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Results from China- Cheong Edges Su; Zhao Halts Buray
Pictured: Jun Zhao

On December 31, at the Guangzhou Olongbao Stadium in Guangzhou, China, undefeated Macao super flyweight prospect Lap Cheong Cheong passed his sternest test as a pro by edging Changsa, China's Yinhuan Su over 10 rounds. Two days ago, Jun Zhao, of Da Lian, China, continued to demonstrate the tremendous progress he has made since his decision loss to Su in 2017. Fighting at City Stadium in DiaoBingShan, China, the world-ranked Zhao made his first defense of the WBA Asia bantamweight title a successful one by stopping Jay Francis "Kid" Buray of the Philippines in the second round.

Tuesday, December 31, 2019-

Guangzhou, China-

Non-title Super Flyweight Bout-
OPBF Youth champion Lap Cheong Cheong (OPBF #11; 8-0, 4 KOs)
Split Dec. 10
Yinhuan Su (7-4-2, 1 KO)
- The scores were 97-92 for Su, 97-92 for Cheong, and 96-93 for Cheong.
- This was a solid win for the 23-year-old prospect from Macao. Not only was this his first scheduled ten-round contest, he was raising the level of his competition considerably. Su, 27, owns an eight-round, unanimous decision win over current WBA Asia bantamweight champion Jun Zhao and and lost a very competitive ten-rounder on points to world-ranked flyweight Jayson Mama.

Monday, January 6, 2020-

DiaoBingShan, China-

WBA Asia Bantamweight Title-
Champion Jun Zhao (WBA #14; 13-2-1, 10 KOs)
TKO-2 2:49
Jay Francis "Kid" Buray (11-2-1, 2 KOs)
- This was the 26-year-old Zhao's first defense of the WBA Asia title.
- Buray, 22, the WBA Asia's #9 ranked contender, was down twice before referee Pinit Prayadsab stopped the bout.
Article By: Ken Pollitt