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Goodman Oupoints Worawut,

Wison Stops Dib, Scott Stops Hall!

By: Rick Rivers

Wednesday, July 10th, WIN Entertainment Centre, Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia: In the main event of Trent, George, Matt Rose – No Limit Boxing - “All In” Promotion broadcast live on Australia FOX, Australia Kayo Sports, Australia Main Event, Albion Park, New South Wales, Australia’s, Sam Goodman lined himself up for a possible shot at undisputed super bantamweight. “Monster” Naoya Inoue with a decisive twelve round unanimous decision over Bangkok, Thailand’s, unbeaten Thachtana Luangphon.


Luangphon going by the alias, Chainoi 'Rock Man' Worawut limited to intermittent right hand counters attempted to close the spacing and work Goodman to the body only see the defensively sound Aussie answer the call keeping the rapid back and forth battle through the middle rounds finding his groove and turning up the pressure in the second half firing and landing in combination catching the fading Thai fighter and the judges eyes with some rapid combinations for a clear cut, zero retaining, 119-109, 117-113, 117-111 twelve round unanimous decision win. Goodman claiming to have injured his left hand in round six improves to 19-0, 8Ko’s while “The Rockman” Luangphon slips to 25-1-1, 15Ko’s.

In a ten round, all-Aussie, lightweight, co-feature, Caboolture, Queensland, Australia’s, Liam Wilson picked up a much-needed win stopping Sydney, New South Wales, Youssef Dib in eight rounds.


Wilson entering off a March, WBO Interim World Super Featherweight title seventh round TKO loss to former WBO Featherweight and WBC Super Featherweight Champion, Oscar Valdez moving to the

135-pound division looking for a shot in the arm, got the jolt he needed facing putting the light punching youngest of the fighting Dibs’ (Billy Dib and Billel Dib) on the move early. 


Closing the spacing in round three Wilson targeting the body saw Dib answer in kind, until putting the pedal to the floor in the seventh hurting his fellow countryman to the body. Staying on the attack in round eight Wilson backed Dib to the ropes for a set of heavy hooks dropping him to the canvas forcing referee Les Fear to stop the bout at 0:45 of round eight. Wilson ahead on all three judges’ scorecards at the time of the stoppage, 68-65, 67-66, 67-66 improves to 14-3, 8Ko’s while Dib 2-2 in his last four outings slips to 21-2, 11Ko’s.

In a special attraction, six round pairing of Aussie, heavyweight former rugby stars, Sydney, New South Wales, Curtis Scott banged out Broadford, Victoria’s, “Big Bad” former Australian Rules football star, Barry Hall in the opening round.


The 26-year-old former NRL, Canberra Raiders star, Scott immediately jumped the much larger, 47-year-old with quick, straight punches, repeating the deed breaking through and dropping the out of sorts former AFL, St Kilda, Football Club rugby star with a straight right lead, rapid combination for a referee Will Soulos ten count at 1:26 of round one. Scott needing a step up in opposition stays perfect at 3-0, 3Ko’s while Hall stopped in back-to-back fight ponders his new career choice at 0-1-2.


Full Results

Super Bantamweight          

Sam Goodman W12 Thachtana Luangphon                 


Liam Wilson KO8 Youssef Dib


Amber Amelia W6 Connie Brown


Curtis Scott KO1 Barry Hall          

Liam Talivaa W6 Johan Linde

Brandon Grach TKO6 John Maila

Mounir Fathi TKO6 Anton Markovic       

Super Bantamweight         

Shanell Dargan W5 Pannaporn Kaewpawong  

Super Lightweight

Billy Polkinghorn W5 Jordan Kasilieris   


Alessandro Grippa W4 John Weetra     


No Limit Boxing is one of the world's leading boxing promoters. With more than a decade of experience, the business has elevated boxing in Australia with a series of innovative and history making events that have broken records for attendance and viewership.


In 2022, No Limit Boxing announced a ground-breaking multi-year broadcast deal with Foxtel with No Limit Boxing events available exclusively on Main Event and Kayo Sports in Australia and abroad.

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