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In Brief: Meas Chanta pulls out

In Brief: Meas Chanta pulls out

PHNOM PENH - Reigning ISKA world welterweight champion Meas Chanta

pulled out of his main event fight against Voy Sothun Sunday at TV5

arena. Meas Chanta was "feeling unwell" in the hours leading up to the

bout according to his trainer Chit Sarim. Stand-in fighter Um Dara went

on to lose on points to Voy Sothun.


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