Since the first fight in the professional ring, Thai boxer Khaosai Galaxy has become one of the leading punchers in Asia.
From his debut in 1980 in the professional ring, Khaosai Galaxy conquered the 2nd flyweight category, becoming the undefeated world champion in 1984 and holding this title for 7 years, until the end of his professional career in 1991.
In the mid-80s, he was often called a smaller version of Mike Tyson, and for good reason, because he laid packs of his opponents one by one without giving them the slightest chance, no less effective than "Iron Mike".
For 11 years of performances, “Thai Tyson” set several records for his weight, which have not been beaten so far: 12 knockouts in a row, 20 WBA title defenses in the 2nd flyweight and 7 years in champion status.
He spent 48 fights, scoring 47 victories, 41 victories were won by knockout and only one unfortunate defeat by a split decision at the start of his career.
Today, I propose to look at a few examples of the destructive power of the "Thai Tyson" Khaosai Galaxy.