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Foreigners lose bouts on Apsara TV fight night

Cambodian fighters won both of the international bouts on Saturday’s Apsara TV card at the Old Stadium. Raksmey Phum Kdeab club boxer Khim Dyma took a points decision over Ghanaian opponent Leonard Ghituka, after nearly registering a knockout blow with his knee during the fourth round of their 62-kilogram fight. In Saturday’s final bout, Agriculture Association club brawler Phon Phanna was awarded victory by the judges over Iraq’s Matsu Izhadit, despite many spectators believing the tourist had given the better performance over five rounds. TRANSLATED BY PANN RETHEA

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