Looksaikongdin is a "perfect"
Opponent for Easy Title Shot
by Sue TL Fox
January 18, 2012
(JAN 18 ) On January 14, 2012, at
the Coliseo Olimpico de la UG, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico,
there was a 10-round WBF world title fight scheduled that
featured Irma Sanchez vs. Fahpratan Looksaikongdin.
definitely filled the bill for an "easy" win for a WBF Flyweight
title shot for Sanchez.
Sanchez stopped Fahpratan in the second
round, which appeared to be more of a powder-puff blow to the
now four-time "straight-in-a-row" loser Fahpratan.
A snoozer of a fight which can be viewed on YouTube, it appeared
to WBAN that even a well-schooled amateur could have defeated Fahpratan in any non-title bout.
You will not have to look too much further than to just take a
few moments to view the stats of Fahpratan's boxing record on
Boxrec---her record speaks volumes.
To summarized that record in a nutshell....Fahpratan came into
the fight at the age of 20, with three straight losses, has not
won a fight since 2009. Her previous record is peppered with
almost all pro debuters, and she has not had a win against a
fighter that has ever had a win. She began fighting as a
pro at about age 16
according to Boxrec.
As many of you have already reported to WBAN, the fight appeared
to be nothing more than a joke, a disgrace to be even remotely
called a "title fight" when we have so many talented female
boxers in the sport that could have made this a fight on this
particular card, a night to remember and represent women's
boxing in its greatest form. Too bad no one thinks about that
when making these inept and lame title bouts.