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International tourney wraps up on Saturday

International tourney wraps up on Saturday

The Gold Regent Wine International Kun Khmer tournament concludes this Saturday at TV3 boxing arena. Four Cambodian fighters and four visiting foreigners have been whittled down to the final four after bouts that began on February 5. “The Cambodian Bull” Chey Kosal takes on Iranian challenger Vahid Roshani in the first semifinal, before local legends Thun Sophea and Sen Bunthen go toe-to-toe in the second semifinal of three 3-minute rounds. The winners of these fights will then face each other in the final later the same evening. The fightcard at TV3 starts at 3:30pm Saturday.

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