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Leone v Kojima bout added to War of Nations

Leone v Kojima bout added to War of Nations

One Fighting Championship has added another three exciting fights to the blockbuster card set to take place on March 14 at Stadium Negara in Kuala Lumpur.

Top flyweight contenders Andrew Leone of the US and Japan’s Shinichi Kojima meet in one of the year’s most anticipated match-ups, while lightweights Kotetsu Boku of Japan and Frenchman Arnaud Lepont are set to do battle and American Harris Sarmiento clashes with Herbert Burns of Brazil in featherweight action.


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