Wonjongkam (left) and Daisuke Naito in March 2010
|Real name||Pongsakorn Wonjongkam|
(พงศกร วันจงคำ )
|Weight(s)|| Flyweight |
|Born||August 11, 1977|
Bua Yai District, Nakhon Ratchasima Province
|Wins by KO||47|
Pongsaklek Wonjongkam (Thai : พงษ์ศักดิ์เล็ก วันจงคำ; born: August 11, 1977) is a former Thai professional boxer and current boxing trainer. He is a two-time former lineal flyweight champion. During his first reign as world flyweight champion, which lasted between 2001 to 2007, Wonjongkam defended his title 17 times against 16 fighters, with both numbers being a flyweight record.
Wonjongkam had a record of 9-2 early in his career. Both losses were to Filipino journeyman Jerry Pahayahay, whom Wonjongkam would defeat by 10-round decision in February 1998.Since his second loss on July 11, 1996 to July 18, 2007, Wonjongkam won 55 consecutive bouts, the longest continuous win streak in boxing at the time.
On March 28, 1997 Wonjongkam knocked out Mzukisi Sikali of South Africa in 48 seconds to win the WBU Light Flyweight Championship. Sikali would go on to hold both the IBO Flyweight and WBU Super Flyweight titles.
On March 2, 2001, Wonjongkam fought Malcolm Tuñacao for the WBC and Lineal Flyweight Championships.Tuñacao won the Flyweight Lineage Championship from Medgoen Singsurat, who won the title by knocking out Manny Pacquiao. Pacquiao would later become the number one pound for pound fighter in the world. Wonjongkam won by first-round TKO after knocking Tuñacao down three times.
In his fourth Lineal and WBC Flyweight title defense, on April 19, 2002, Wonjongkam knocked out Japanese flyweight titleholder Daisuke Naito in 34 seconds.This knockout set the record for fastest knockout in division history.
On November 17, 2006, Wonjongkam defeated South African boxer Monelisi Mhikiza Myekeni by unanimous decision.Wonjongkam set the flyweight division record for consecutive title defenses, 16, with this victory. He then successfully defended his title against Tomonobu Shimizu, after Shibizu retired on his stool between the 6th and 7th rounds. Shibizu was the 16th boxer Wonjonkgam defended his title against, establishing another flyweight record.
Wonjongkam was ranked number ten in Ring magazine's pound-for-pound rankings, but Jermain Taylor bumped him off the list on June 18, 2006. Wonjongkam was ranked as The Ring's number one flyweightuntil his loss to Daisuke Naito in 2007.
Wonjongkam suffered a shocking upset decision loss to Daisuke Naito in July, 2007, ending his long run as champion. Wonjongkam had defeated Naito twice in previous titles defenses. On March 8, 2008, Wonjongkam faced Naito in a rematch which ended in a draw.
Wonjongkam won the vacant Interim WBC Flyweight Championship in a bout against Mexican Julio César Miranda on April 24, 2009. The 12 round bout ended by a unanimous decision. Wonjongkam defended his interim title against Takahisa Masuda by knockout, setting the stage for a bout against Lineal WBC Flyweight Champion Koki Kameda, who had recently defeated Naito to win the title.
On March 27, 2010, Wonjongkam fought Lineal Champion, Koki Kameda, to unify the WBC Flyweight Championship and Interim WBC Flyweight Championship. The winner would also claim the vacant The Ring Flyweight Championship.Wonjongkam defeated Kameda by a 12-round majority decision to become the WBC and Ring Flyweight Champion.
On March 2, 2012, Wonjongkam lost his Lineal, The Ring and WBC Flyweight Titles in an upset technical knockout stoppage to Sonny Boy Jaro of Philippines. He was knocked down five times before the fight was stopped in the sixth round.
Wonjongkam won the vacant WBC International flyweight title against Hyobu Nakagama on August 31, 2012. However, he lost the title to Rey Megrino on November 1, 2012, by a third-round TKO, marking Wonjongkam's fifth defeat. Even more disappointingly for Wonjongkam, Megrino had a losing record of 17-20-3 going into this fight, and had been beaten twice before by Wonjongkam, first by ten-round UD in October 2007, and a first round stoppage in July 2010.
|90 Wins (47 knockouts), 5 Losses (3 knockouts, 2 decisions), 2 Draws|
|Win||90–5–2||Falazona Fidal||UD||6||2013-08-30||City Hall Ground, Chonburi|
|Win||89–5–2||Yudi Arema||UD||6||2013-06-28||City Hall, Samut Songkhram|
|Win||88–5–2||Nimrod Daniel||TKO||1 (6), 1:18||2013-04-26||Khon Kaen|
|Loss||87–5–2||Rey Megrino||TKO||3 (12), 2:06||2012-11-01||Central Pavilion, Nakhon Ratchasima||Lost WBC International Flyweight title.|
|Win||87–4–2||Charlie Cabilla||TKO||1 (6), 1:26||2012-09-28||Kad Choengdoi, Chiang Mai|
|Win||86–4–2||Hyobu Nakagama||UD||12||2012-08-31||Nakhon Si Thammarat||Won vacant WBC International Flyweight title.|
|Win||85–4–2||Ji-Hun Lee||TKO||4 (6)||2012-07-27||Amphawa District Office, Samut Songkhram|
|Win||84–4–2||? Tubis||KO||3 (6)||2012-05-31||City Hall Ground, Chonburi|
|Loss||83–4–2||Sonny Boy Jaro||TKO||6 (12)||2012-03-02||Chonburi||Lost WBC, The Ring, and lineal flyweight titles|
|Draw||83–3–2||Hirofumi Mukai||TD||1 (12), 0:47||2011-12-23||11th Royal Infantry Regiment, Bangkok||Retained WBC, The Ring, and lineal flyweight titles|
|Win||83–3–1||Edgar Sosa||UD||12||2011-10-21||11th Royal Infantry Regiment, Bangkok||Retained WBC, The Ring, and lineal flyweight titles|
|Win||82–3–1||Pakasit Twins Gym||TKO||1 (6), 0:59||2011-08-04||Central Sports Stadium, Nakhon Ratchasima|
|Win||81–3–1||Takuya Kogawa||UD||12||2011-07-01||Hat Yai, Songkhla||Retained WBC, The Ring, and lineal flyweight titles|
|Win||80–3–1||Muhammad Nurfawaid||TKO||5 (6)||2011-03-25||Sara Buri|
|Win||79–3–1||Ego Yohan||KO||3 (6), 2:15||2011-01-28||Khao Thong Temple, Nakhon Sawan|
|Win||78–3–1||Heri Purnomo||TKO||4 (6), 0:49||2011-01-06||Central Stadium, Nakhon Phanom|
|Win||77–3–1||Suriyan Sor Rungvisai||UD||12||2010-10-08||Muang, Srisaket||Retained WBC, The Ring, and lineal flyweight titles|
|Win||76–3–1||Rey Migreno||TKO||1 (10), 1:37||2010-07-02||Sanam Chan Royal Palace, Nakhon Pathom|
|Win||75–3–1||Kōki Kameda||MD||12||2010-03-27||Ariake Colosseum, Tokyo||Won WBC and lineal flyweight titles|
Won vacant The Ring flyweight titles
|Win||74–3–1||Rodel Tejares||TKO||6 (6)||2009-12-02||Vocational College, Ubon Ratchathani|
|Win||73–3–1||Takahisa Masuda||TKO||6 (12), 1:06||2009-08-28||Chiang Mai||Retained Interim WBC Flyweight title.|
|Win||72–3–1||Julio César Miranda||UD||12||2009-04-24||Chachoengsao||Won Interim WBC Flyweight title.|
|Win||71–3–1||Shahram Toradide||KO||2 (6)||2009-01-30||Bangkok University, Bangkok|
|Win||70–2–1||Amir Jordan||UD||6 (6)||2008-12-08||Thabo, Nong Khai|
|Win||69–3–1||Danny Sutton||TKO||2 (6)||2008-10-31||Chokchai Four, Bangkapi, Bangkok|
|Win||68–3–1||Akbar Mohammadpour||TKO||6 (10)||2008-09-25||Wat Pakbung, Minburi, Bangkok|
|Draw||67–3–1||Daisuke Naito||PTS||12||2008-03-08||Kokugikan, Tokyo||For WBC and lineal flyweight titles|
|Win||67–3||Jack Amisa||KO||2 (10)||2007-11-27||Thabo, Nong Khai|
|Win||66–3||Rey Migreno||UD||8 (8)||2007-10-24||Bangplee|
|Loss||65–3||Daisuke Naito||UD||12||2007-07-18||Korakuen Hall, Tokyo||Lost WBC and lineal flyweight titles|
|Win||65–2||Tomonobu Shimizu||RTD||7 (12),3:00||2007-04-06||Tabkwang Stadium, Sara Buri||Retained WBC and lineal flyweight titles|
|Win||64–2||Lito Sisnorio||TKO||4 (10), 2:15||2007-01-26||City Hall, Tak||Catch weight of 113 lbs.|
|Win||63–2||Monelisi Mhikiza Myekeni||UD||12||2006-11-17||Suranaree Stadium, Nakhon Ratchasima||Retained WBC and lineal flyweight titles|
|Win||62–2||Everardo Morales||TKO||4 (12), 0:55||2006-06-30||Siam Paragon Center, Bangkok||Retained WBC and lineal flyweight titles|
|Win||61–2||Daigo Nakahiro||UD||12||2006-05-01||11th Inf Reg, Bangkok||Retained WBC and lineal flyweight titles|
|Win||60–2||Gilberto Keb Baas||UD||12||2006-02-16||Chainat||Retained WBC and lineal flyweight titles|
|Win||59–2||Isidro Balabat||TD||5 (10)||2005-12-23||Rajabhak University, Petchaboon|
|Win||58–2||Daisuke Naito||TD||7 (12), 2:38||2005-10-10||Korakuen Hall, Tokyo||Retained WBC and lineal flyweight titles|
|Win||57–2||Mark Sales||UD||6||2005-07-29||Sukhumwit Market, Bangkok|
|Win||56–2||Daniel Diolan||TKO||3 (6)||2005-04-29||Petchpaiboon Market, Petchaburi|
|Win||55–2||Noriyuki Komatsu||TKO||5 (12), 1:42||2005-01-29||Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka||Retained WBC and lineal flyweight titles|
|Win||54–2||Sherwin Manatad||UD||8||2004-11-26||Chiengsaen, Chiang Rai|
|Win||53–2||Randy Mangubat||UD||19||2004-10-08||Arcadia Hilton Hotel, Phuket|
|Win||52–2||Luis Angel Martinez||TKO||5 (12), 1:49||2004-07-15||Khon Kaen||Retained WBC and lineal flyweight titles|
|Win||51–2||Ronnie Canete||KO||3 (10)||2004-04-30||Nakhon Ratchasima|
|Win||50–2||Trash Nakanuma||UD||12||2004-01-03||Pacifico Yokohama, Yokohama, Kanagawa||Retained WBC and lineal flyweight titles|
|Win||49–2||Hussein Hussein||UD||12||2003-11-14||Lumpinee Boxing Stadium, Bangkok||Retained WBC and lineal flyweight titles|
|Win||48–2||Jaime Acerda||KO||9 (10)||2003-07-25||City Hall, Chaiyaphum|
|Win||47–2||Randy Mangubat||UD||12||2003-06-05||Songkhla||Retained WBC and lineal flyweight titles|
|Win||46–2||Hidenobu Honda||UD||12||2002-11-26||Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka||Retained WBC and lineal flyweight titles|
|Win||45–2||Jesús Martínez||UD||12||2002-09-06||Future Park Plaza, Rangsit||Retained WBC and lineal flyweight titles|
|Win||44–2||Daisuke Naito||KO||1 (12), 0:34||2002-04-19||Khon Kaen||Retained Lineal & WBC Flyweight titles.|
Fastest knockout ever in a World Flyweight title bout.
|Win||43–2||Luis Alberto Lazarte||TKO||2 (12), 2:43||2001-12-06||Jomtien Hotel, Pattaya||Retained WBC and lineal flyweight titles|
|Win||42–2||Alex Baba||TD||8 (12), 2:35||2001-10-26||Indoor Basketball Gymnasium, Hat Yai||Retained WBC and lineal flyweight titles|
|Win||41–2||Hayato Asai||TKO||5 (12), 0:47||2001-07-15||Aichi Budokan, Nagoya, Aichi||Retained WBC and lineal flyweight titles|
|Win||40–2||Alvin Felicilda||PTS||10||2001-05-08||Udon Thani|
|Win||39–2||Malcolm Tuñacao||TKO||1 (12), 2:42||2001-03-02||Phichit||Won WBC and lineal flyweight titles|
|Win||38–2||Ramil Anito||TKO||5 (10)||2000-12-29||Koh Kong Island|
|Win||37–2||Nathan Barcelona||TKO||6||2000-09-22||Sara Buri|
|Win||36–2||Gener Milla||TKO||3||2000-08-25||Sakon Nakhon|
|Win||35–2||Ramil Anito||PTS||10||2000-07-01||Nakhon Pathom|
|Win||34–2||Texas Gomez||KO||7||2000-05-19||Srimnang Outdoor Arena, Udon Thani|
|Win||33–2||Mark Sales||UD||10||2000-03-17||Roi Et|
|Win||32–2||Joven Simbajon||PTS||8||2000-02-25||Mahachai Villa Arena, Samut Sakhon|
|Win||29–2||Rolando Baclayo||KO||6||1999-11-12||Sara Buri|
|Win||28–2||Randy Mangubat||PTS||8 (10)||1999-09-17||Pakpanag Metropolitan Stadium, Nakhon Si Thammarat|
|Win||25–2||Dennis Sabsal||PTS||8||1999-04-30||Thung Song|
|Win||23–2||Roy Tarazona||PTS||8||1998-12-04||Tonsuk College Ground, Phutthamonthon|
|Win||21–2||Ramil Gevero||PTS||10||1998-10-23||Sakon Nakhon|
|Win||17–2||Jerry Pahayahay||PTS||10||1998-02-27||"Specially built arena", Ko Samui|
|Win||15–2||Ramil Gevero||PTS||10||1997-09-26||Sara Buri|
|Win||14–2||Jaime Aliguin||PTS||10||1997-08-01||Prince Palace Hotel, Chantaburi|
|Win||12–2||Mzukisi Sikali||TKO||1 (12)||1997-03-28||Pakkred Stadium, Nonthaburi||Won WBU Light Flyweight title.|
|Win||8–1||Ramon Algora||KO||1||1996-04-04||Udon Thani|
|Loss||7–1||Jerry Pahayahay||PTS||8||1995-12-22||Sakon Nakhon|
|Win||7–0||Ramil Gevero||TKO||5||1995-11-05||Sara Buri|
|Win||5–0||Bernardo Jun Davalos||KO||2||1995-08-27||Rangsit|
|Win||1–0||Bernardo Jun Davalos||KO||3||1994-12-21||Bangkok|
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