Seo Rye-kyung (32, Cheonan Beat Son Jeong-Oh Boxing), a professor of pediatrics at Soonchunhyang University’s Cheonan Hospital who is working as an active doctor at a university hospital, laid the foundation for the women’s boxing world champion.
In a world title match against Kulatida Cuesanol of Thailand at the gymnasium of the Gyeonggi Human Resources Development Institute in Suwon, Gyeonggi Province, she won the TKO victory just 15 seconds after the third round. She now has seven wins (five ties) in eight matches.
Seo Ryeo-kyung, the Korean women’s light flyweight champion of the Korea Boxing Commission (KBM), plans to beat Kulatida Cuesanol to play the WIBA minimal world title match.
Having proved his powerful punch, he will pursue a world title match in Incheon as planned. If he wins this match, his next goal is one of the four major boxing titles.
Seo Ryeo-kyung, who started boxing in 2018 to relieve stress from working at the hospital, debuted on the professional stage in 2019 with her powerful punch ability.
Currently working at the pediatric emergency room of Soon Chun Hyang University Cheonan Hospital, Seo Ryeo-kyung is engaged in strong work intensity and boxing at the same time. In the first round, Seo ryeo-kyung staged an exploratory battle with a light punch.
He effectively pressured Kulatida Cuesanol, a former Thai Muay Thai player, using accurate punches and long arms. 슬롯머신
The opponent came out rough in the second round, but Seo Ryeo-kyung effectively spilled the punch and took the first down with a light straight.
Just before the end of the second round, he stole his second down with consecutive hits, but the ball at the end of the round rang.
Ryeo-kyung drove the momentum and pushed her opponent hard at the start of the third round, and eventually the referee stopped the game in 15 seconds and declared Ryeo-kyung’s TKO victory.