BASADRE KOs THAI OPPONENT IN JAPAN, WINS VACANT WBC YOUTH BANTAMWEIGHT TITLE

Daryl "Flash" Basadre celebrates with his manager Jim Claude Mananquil.

Daryl “Flash” Basadre celebrates with his manager Jim Claude Mananquil.

By REY DANSECO

Philippine number two super flyweight contender Flash Daryl Basadre (14-1-1, 10 KOs) knocked out previously undefeated knockout artist Yodsindaeng Jor Chaijinda (6-1, 4 KOs) of Thailand on Sunday night in Kanazawa, Japan.

Basadre sent Chaijinda thrice en route to a sensational knockout win in the 8th round, making him the first man to stopped Chaijanda.

“Thank you Lord God for the victory tonight, I won the fight,” Basadre said after his first ring appearance in Japan.

Basadre, 22, captured the vacant WBC world youth bantamweight title in his impressive win.

“Opponent down three times… God is great,” said Jim Claude Mananquil, who manages Basadre and some other young champions from Gen. Santos City, superstar Manny Pacquiao and former WBC super featherweight champion Rolando Navarette’s hometown in southern Philippines.

It was Basadre’s second time to set foot in Japan. He was hired as sparring partner of former WBC light flyweight champion Naoya Inoue and ex-WBC flyweight king Akira Yaegashi from September to October this year.

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