|Real name||Boonsai Sangsurat|
|Weight(s)|| Bantamweight |
|Height||1.63 m (5 ft 4 in)|
|Born||12 June 1978|
Roi Et Province, Thailand
|Wins by KO||51|
Boonsai Sangsurat (Thai: เม็ดเงิน 3เคแบตเตอรี่; born 12 July 1978)), better known as Medgoen Singsurat, is a Thai former professional boxer.
Sangsurat has assumed various ring names, including Big Daddy Med (Thai: เม็ดเงิน กระทิงแดงยิม) and Medgoen Lukjaopormahesak (Thai: เม็ดเงิน ลูกเจ้าพ่อมเหศักดิ์), albeit his real name or birth name has been confirmed as "Boonsai Sangsurat" (Thai: บุญใส สังสุราช). The non-Thai media also refer to him as Medgoen Singsurat, 3K Battery for Filipinos or simply Medgoen Singh.
Medgoen is a southpaw fighter who turned pro in 1997 and in 1999, captured the Lineal Flyweight Championship with a win over Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao.Because of his win over Manny Pacquiao, Medgoen's name is often mentioned during Pacquiao's fights, because he is one of the seven opponents to have beaten Pacquiao (the other six being Rustico Torrecampo, Erik Morales, Timothy Bradley, Juan Manuel Márquez, Floyd Mayweather Jr., and Jeff Horn), and one of the three opponents to have knocked Pacquiao out. He is the second boxer to defeat Pacquiao in the latter's overall pro boxing career. He also won the vacant WBC Flyweight title that had been stripped from Pacquiao due to Pacquiao coming overweight at the weight-ins. He defended the titles once more before losing the titles in 2000 to Malcolm Tuñacao by TKO.
Medgoen is promoted by Thai Storage Battery Public Company Limited, and hence bears the 3K Battery name, as the company contracts Thai boxers to sponsor their products.
Medgoen Singsurat has a family full of boxers. His 2nd cousin, Saranyoo Tohchoodee, born April 18, 1991 in Thailand, also was a professional boxer before giving up boxing to go to America to study along with his sister. He used the fighting style Southpaw, which he learned from his cousin. He began his boxing career at the young age of 6 and continued fighting both in and out of the ring, giving him the nickname Saranyoo "Street King" Tohchoodee, until he was 13. Most of his fights took place in local venues and were shown on Blow by Blow, an evening boxing show. He had a professional record of 23-2-0 with 19 KO's which is still a record in southeast Asia.
Besides being one of the greatest youth boxers in Southeast Asia, he was also a soccer prodigy. He was going to play for the Thailand national team until he broke his ankle in a game and never could fully recover, but he did manage to become a very good table tennis player in the meantime. He was the top ranked youth player in Thailand for 2 years in a row.
|80 fights||74 wins||6 losses|
|80||Win||74–6||Wanchana Pattanakarngym||TKO||3 (6)||Jun 24, 2011||Chokchai 4 Market, Bangkok, Thailand|
|79||Win||73–6||Pichit Twins Gym||TKO||2 (6)||Apr 29, 2011||E-sarn University, Khon Kaen, Thailand|
|78||Win||72–6||Pichit Twins Gym||PTS||4||Feb 25, 2011||Ratchaburi, Thailand|
|77||Win||71–6||Noppadol Chornkratok||TKO||2 (6)||Feb 01, 2011||Ban Kwao, Chaiyaphum, Thailand|
|76||Win||70–6||Anucha Banti||TKO||3 (6)||Oct 29, 2010||Thungsimuang, Udon Thani, Thailand|
|75||Win||69–6||Panturak Namtong||PTS||6||Sep 24, 2010||Siam Society Hotel and Resort, Bangkok, Thailand|
|74||Win||68–6||Taiwo Ali||TKO||5 (6)||Aug 06, 2010||Sanam Chan Royal Palace, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand|
|73||Win||67–6||Alejandro Muñoz||PTS||6||Jul 02, 2010||Sanam Chan Royal Palace, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand|
|72||Win||66–6||Atsushi Uechi||TKO||4 (6)||May 27, 2010||Chokchai 4 Market, Bangkok, Thailand|
|71||Win||65–6||Tarik Charafi||PTS||6||Mar 18, 2010||Prov. Electricity Boxing Arena, Samut Songkhram, Thailand|
|70||Win||64–6||Sissy Keriyngkir||KO||2 (6)||Jan 15, 2010||Phaisali, Thailand|
|69||Loss||63–6||Mikio Yasuda||TKO||2 (8)||Sep 30, 2009||Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka, Japan|
|68||Win||63–5||Pompetch Kiatmungmee||PTS||6||Jul 31, 2009||Sara Buri, Thailand|
|67||Win||62–5||Yong Sathong||PTS||6||May 29, 2009||Bangla Stadium, Patong, Thailand|
|66||Win||61–5||Anusorn Chaisura||TKO||4 (4)||Mar 27, 2009||City Hall Ground, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand|
|65||Win||60–5||Anucha Rassameeyan||KO||6 (6)||Jan 30, 2009||Bangkok University, Thonburi Campus, Bangkok, Thailand|
|64||Win||59–5||Dennarong Bigshotcamp||KO||3 (6)||Dec 03, 2008||Tha Tako, Thailand|
|63||Win||58–5||Akbar Mohammadpour||PTS||6||Aug 29, 2008||Railway Station Boxing Arena, Sara Buri, Thailand|
|62||Win||57–5||Kaichon Patonggym||TKO||3 (6)||Jun 18, 2008||Saphan Hin, Phuket, Thailand|
|61||Win||56–5||Roger Monserto||KO||3 (10)||Apr 25, 2008||Bangkok, Thailand|
|60||Win||55–5||Yodkumarn Chitraladagym||PTS||6||Feb 29, 2008||Chok Chai 4, Lad Prao, Bangkok, Thailand|
|59||Win||54–5||Denpayak Sor Pisanu||PTS||6||Jan 25, 2008||Sara Buri, Thailand|
|58||Loss||53–5||Jorge Arce||TKO||1 (12)||Dec 01, 2007||Tingley Coliseum, Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.||For WBC Latino bantamweight title|
|57||Win||53–4||Dennarong Bigshotcamp||KO||4 (6)||Oct 24, 2007||Bang Phli, Thailand|
|56||Win||52–4||Noppachai Sithkosol||KO||3 (6)||Sep 21, 2007||Pattaya, Thailand|
|55||Win||51–4||Fahsai Sithkaruehad||KO||3 (6)||Jul 31, 2007||Jomthong, Thailand|
|54||Win||50–4||Payakdam Sithsaithong||KO||3 (10)||Jun 29, 2007||Bangkok, Thailand|
|53||Win||49–4||Refly Rengkung||UD||8||Apr 27, 2007||Krabi, Thailand|
|52||Win||48–4||Raheem Kadayree||TKO||7 (8)||Mar 30, 2007||Mathayom Wat Sing Schoo, Samut Prakan, Thailand|
|51||Win||47–4||Tarek Krab||KO||4 (6)||Feb 23, 2007||Chokchai 4 Center, Bangkok, Thailand|
|50||Win||46–4||Roger Monserto||TKO||5 (6)||Dec 29, 2006||Sara Buri, Thailand|
|49||Win||45–4||Ric Moreno||KO||4 (8)||Oct 05, 2006||Wat Ban Plee Yai Klang, Thailand|
|48||Win||44–4||Jonathan Gonzales||KO||3 (10)||Sep 07, 2006||Samut Songkhram, Thailand|
|47||Win||43–4||Roger Monserto||TKO||5 (6)||Mar 31, 2006||Chokchai 4 Center, Bangkok, Thailand|
|46||Loss||42–4||Nobuto Ikehara||TKO||3 (10)||Jan 15, 2006||IMP Hall, Osaka, Japan|
|45||Win||42–3||Rodel Orais||TKO||3 (12)||Jul 29, 2005||Sukhumwit Market, Bangna, Bangkok, Thaliand||Retained WBC Asian super flyweight title|
|44||Win||41–3||Joel Avila||KO||5 (12)||May 27, 2005||Sara Buri, Thaliand||Retained WBC Asian super flyweight title|
|43||Win||40–3||Dragon Zheng||TKO||6 (12)||Mar 25, 2005||City Hall, Samut Songkhram, Thaliand||Retained WBC Asian super flyweight title|
|42||Win||39–3||Leo Escobido||KO||6 (12)||Jan 14, 2005||Central Stadium, Phitsanulok, Thaliand||Retained WBC Asian super flyweight title|
|41||Win||38–3||Katsumi Makiyama||TKO||8 (12)||Oct 29, 2004||Central Stadium, Phitsanulok, Thaliand||Retained WBC Asian super flyweight title|
|40||Win||37–3||Jojo Rodrigo||KO||3 (12)||Sep 24, 2004||Laksi Plaza, Bangkok, Thaliand||Retained WBC Asian super flyweight title|
|39||Win||36–3||Daothai Kiatkamjorn||TKO||5 (10)||Jul 15, 2004||Nonthai District, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thaliand|
|38||Win||35–3||Jimboy Rodriguez||UD||12||May 21, 2004||Nonthai District, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thaliand||Retained WBC Asian super flyweight title|
|37||Win||34–3||Edmund Nonong Develleres||TKO||4 (12)||Mar 26, 2004||Por Kungpao Restaurant, Bangkok, Thaliand||Retained WBC Asian super flyweight title|
|36||Loss||33–3||Joven Jorda||KO||4 (6)||Jan 03, 2004||Channel 7 Studios, Bangkok, Thaliand|
|35||Win||33–2||Rodel Orais||TKO||5 (10)||Oct 24, 2003||Ratchaburi, Thaliand||Retained WBC Asian super flyweight title|
|34||Win||32–2||Rodel Orais||TKO||3 (10)||Aug 09, 2003||Khon Kaen, Thaliand||Retained WBC Asian super flyweight title|
|33||Win||31–2||Jun Magsipoc||KO||5 (12)||May 05, 2003||Bangkok, Thaliand||Retained WBC Asian super flyweight title|
|32||Win||30–2||Archie Villamor||KO||4 (12)||Mar 14, 2003||Roi-Et, Thaliand||Retained WBC Asian super flyweight title|
|31||Win||29–2||Alfren Bulala||UD||12||Jan 31, 2003||Bangkok, Thaliand||Won vacant WBC Asian super flyweight title|
|30||Win||28–2||Rey Llagas||KO||5 (8)||Nov 26, 2002||Bangkok, Thaliand|
|29||Win||27–2||Jun Magsipoc||UD||8||Sep 06, 2002||Future Park Plaza, Rangsit, Thaliand|
|28||Win||26–2||Rolly Mandahinog||TKO||4 (6)||Jul 05, 2002||Maepranom Industry, Bangkok, Thaliand|
|27||Win||25–2||Rolly Mandahinog||UD||6||Apr 19, 2002||Provincial gymnasium , Khon Kaen, Thaliand|
|26||Win||24–2||Yosuke Kobayashi||KO||9 (10)||Jul 07, 2001||International Conference Hall, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan|
|25||Loss||23–2||Alfren Bulala||TKO||6 (10)||Mar 02, 2001||Phichit, Thailand|
|24||Win||23–1||Rey Llagas||PTS||10||Dec 29, 2000||Koh Kong Island, Cambodia|
|23||Win||22–1||Ramil Anito||TKO||7 (10)||Sep 22, 2000||Sara Buri, Thailand|
|22||Win||21–1||Noel Sungahid||TKO||3 (10)||Jun 23, 2000||Bangkok, Thailand|
|21||Loss||20–1||Malcolm Tuñacao||TKO||7 (12)||May 19, 2000||Srimnang Outdoor Arena, Udon Thani, Thailand||Lost WBC flyweight title|
|20||Win||20–0||Masaki Kawabata||UD||12||Feb 25, 2000||Mahachai Villa Arena, Samut Sakhon, Thailand||Retained WBC flyweight title|
|19||Win||19–0||Manny Pacquiao||TKO||3 (12)||Sep 17, 1999||Pakpanag Metropolian Stadium, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand||Won vacant WBC flyweight title|
|18||Win||18–0||Eddie Felisilda||KO||3 (?)||May 21, 1999||National Stadium, Sara Buri, Thailand|
|17||Win||17–0||Rogelio Lapian||TKO||5 (8)||Apr 30, 1999||Thung Song, Thailand|
|16||Win||16–0||Rolando Baclayo||PTS||8||Mar 06, 1999||Buddamonton, Thailand|
|15||Win||15–0||Ramil Gevero||KO||3 (?)||Dec 29, 1998||Bangkok, Thailand|
|14||Win||14–0||Jerry Pahayahay||UD||10||Nov 14, 1998||Bangkok, Thailand|
|13||Win||13–0||Ernesto Rubillar||TKO||5 (10)||Sep 20, 1998||Samut Prakan, Thailand|
|12||Win||12–0||Juanito Rubillar||KO||9 (10)||Aug 12, 1998||Ratchadaphisek, Thailand|
|11||Win||11–0||Kaaj Chartbandit||KO||3 (?)||Jun 05, 1998||Bangkok, Thailand|
|10||Win||10–0||Jerwin Balaba||TKO||8 (?)||May 01, 1998||Kanchanaburi Stadium, Kanchanaburi, Thailand|
|9||Win||9–0||Alpong Navaja||PTS||10||Feb 06, 1998||Bangkok, Thailand|
|8||Win||8–0||Ramil Gevero||PTS||10||Nov 21, 1997||Sawananan School, Sawankalok, Sukhothai, Thailand|
|7||Win||7–0||Rodolfo Guilos||KO||3 (6)||Sep 26, 1997||Provincial Stadium, Sara Buri, Thailand|
|6||Win||6–0||Rodolfo Guilos||KO||3 (6)||Aug 01, 1997||Prince Palace Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand|
|5||Win||5–0||Roy Tarazona||TKO||4 (?)||Jun 24, 1997||Bangkok, Thailand|
|4||Win||4–0||Alpong Navaja||PTS||8||May 02, 1997||Ban Rai Temple, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand|
|3||Win||3–0||Ramil Gevero||PTS||8||Mar 28, 1997||Pak Kret Stadium, Pak Kret, Thailand|
|2||Win||2–0||Ramon Algora||KO||2 (6)||Mar 07, 1997||Central Stadium, Loei, Thailand|
|1||Win||1–0||Roy Clave||PTS||6||Jan 30, 1997||Provincial Stadium, Chumphon, Thailand|
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| Lineal Flyweight Champion|
17 September 1999 – 19 May 2000
Title last held byManny Pacquiao
| WBC Flyweight Champion |
17 September 1999 – 19 May 2000