All fights list 2019, champion titles held, age, height and weight, KO ratio of the boxer Chayaphon «Wanheng Menayothin» Moonsri.

Chayaphon Moonsri

Information updated: 2019.12.08

Wins
54
(18 KOs)

Losses
0
(0 KOs)

Draws
0
 

Real name: Chayaphon Moonsri

Alias: Wanheng Menayothin

Titles held: WBC (minimumweight)

Born: Oct 27, 1985 (34 age)

Nationality: ThailandThailand

Division: minimumweight

Weight: 105 lb (47,63 kg)

Height: 5′ 2″ (158 cm)

Reach: 64½″ (164 cm)

Stance: orthodox

KOs: 33%

Birth place: Maha Sarakham, Thailand

Residence: Bangkok, Thailand

Wins by KO: 33%
Wins by dec: 66%
Losses by KO: 0%
Losses by dec: 0%

Chayaphon Moonsri next fight will be announced later.

The last fight of Chayaphon Moonsri took place on October 25, 2019 against Simpiwe KonkcoSimpiwe Konkco.
Moonsri won by unanimous decision (UD).

Chayaphon Moonsri vs. Simpiwe Konkco

Chayaphon Moonsri last fight
Date Opponent Result Notes
2019-10-25 Simpiwe Konkco Win
UD
Retained WBC minimumweight title
2019-05-31 Tatsuya Fukuhara Win
TD
Retained WBC minimumweight title
2018-11-16 Mektison Marganti Win
UD
2018-08-29 Pedro Taduran Win
UD
Retained WBC minimumweight title
2018-05-02 Leroy Estrada Win
TKO
Retained WBC minimumweight title
2017-11-25 Tatsuya Fukuhara Win
UD
Retained WBC minimumweight title
2017-08-25 Jack Amisa Win
UD
2017-06-03 Omari Kimweri Win
UD
Retained WBC minimumweight title
2017-03-31 Jaysever Abcede Win
UD
2017-01-25 Melvin Jerusalem Win
UD
Retained WBC minimumweight title
2016-12-14 Silem Serang Win
PTS
2016-08-02 Saul Juarez Win
UD
Retained WBC minimumweight title
2016-05-27 Edo Anggoro Win
KO
2016-03-03 Go Odaira Win
TKO
Retained WBC minimumweight title
2015-11-24 Young Gil Bae Win
TKO
Retained WBC minimumweight title
2015-10-08 Ardi Buyung Win
TKO
2015-06-02 Jerry Tomogdan Win
KO
Retained WBC minimumweight title
2015-02-05 Jeffrey Galero Win
UD
Retained WBC minimumweight title
2014-11-06 Oswaldo Novoa Win
RTD
Won WBC minimumweight title
2014-06-27 Samuel Tehuayo Win
UD
2014-04-25 Domi Nenokeba Win
TKO
2014-03-28 Heri Amol Win
UD
2013-12-27 Madit Sada Win
UD
2013-10-31 Jack Amisa Win
PTS
2013-08-30 Yuma Iwahashi Win
UD
Retained WBC International minimumweight title
2013-07-24 Domi Nenokeba Win
TKO
2013-05-31 Raul Pusta Jr Win
TKO
Retained WBC International minimumweight title
2013-03-29 Samuel Tehuayo Win
UD
2013-01-25 Jack Amisa Win
UD
2012-12-03 Roilo Golez Win
UD
Retained WBC International minimumweight title
2012-09-28 Jerson Luzarito Win
TKO
Retained WBC International minimumweight title
2012-06-22 Safwan Lombok Win
UD
2012-04-27 Boy Tanto Win
TKO
2012-02-24 Jonathan Refugio Win
TKO
Retained WBC International minimumweight title
2011-12-23 Albert Alcoy Win
PTS
2011-11-11 Crison Omayao Win
UD
Won vacant WBC International minimumweight title
2011-09-20 Jetly Purisima Win
KO
Retained WBC International Silver minimumweight title
2011-06-24 Florante Condes Win
UD
Retained WBC International Silver minimumweight title
2011-03-31 Noli Morales Win
TD
Retained WBC International Silver minimumweight title
2011-01-06 Remy Cuambot Win
TD
Won vacant WBC International Silver minimumweight title
2010-08-06 Jayson Rotoni Win
UD
Retained WBC interim International minimumweight title
2010-04-30 Ronelle Ferreras Win
UD
Retained WBC interim International minimumweight title
2009-12-24 Jayson Rotoni Win
UD
Won WBC interim International minimumweight title
2009-10-02 Justin Golden Boy Win
KO
Retained WBC Youth minimumweight title
2009-06-26 Ruel Lagunero Win
UD
Retained WBC Youth minimumweight title
2009-02-25 Adi Nukung Win
PTS
Retained WBC Youth minimumweight title
2008-10-31 Ardin Diale Win
UD
Retained WBC Youth minimumweight title
2008-08-29 Kuk Chol Jon Win
TKO
Retained WBC Youth minimumweight title
2008-04-25 Sofyan Effendi Win
UD
Retained WBC Youth minimumweight title
2007-10-24 Armando de la Cruz Win
KO
Retained WBC Youth minimumweight title
2007-07-31 Dennis Juntillano Win
UD
Retained WBC Youth minimumweight title
2007-03-30 Yiming Ma Win
TKO
Won vacant WBC Youth minimumweight title
2007-02-23 Danny Linasa Win
UD
2007-01-26 Roel Gade Win
UD
Professional debut

Chayaphon Moonsri is a Thai professional boxer.

Chayaphon «Wanheng Menayothin» Moonsri

Boxer Chayaphon «Wanheng Menayothin» Moonsri

  • Total fights: 54
  • Wins: 54
  • Wins by KO: 18
  • Losses: 0
  • Draws: 0

A 21-year-old Moonsri made his professional debut on Jan 26, 2007 against Roel Gade.

Chayaphon won by unanimous decision (UD).

On Nov 6, 2014 Moonsri became the WBC minimumweight champion.

The Thai won Oswaldo Novoa.

Chayaphon Moonsri remains undefeated as a professional.