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Apsara TV, NagaWorld host international friendly fight card

Apsara TV, NagaWorld host international friendly fight card

Apsara TV and NagaWorld host their international kickboxing friendly fight card at Old Stadium indoor hall tomorrow.

The monthly event, now in its eighth edition, will include seven bouts featuring local and foreign boxers square off from 4pm.

Cambodians May Chhaytib and Chhim Sarat open the proceedings with a 60kg contest.

Female fighter Sok Sreytoch the takes on a French counterpart, Mia Sabatier, at 57kg.

Yen Dina faces Khom Pisith at 57g in another all-Cambodian before Dun Ratha meets Northern Irish brawler Richard Weir in a 70kg battle.

Closing out the day’s action is three Cambodian v Thailand fights.

Chhit Nguy faces Thai fighter Yort Thanong Phet Bang Lang at 52kg, Samrith Sopheab is pitted against Keatisak Sor Phnacheu Phet of Thailand at 60kg, and Long Vandoeun takes on Thai opponent Yort Pousean Chor Ratanakchhai at 69kg.

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