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Cambodian fighters go 3 for 4 over Thai rivals

Cambodian fighters go 3 for 4 over Thai rivals

Cambodia claimed three of the four bouts against Thai opponents during the 2015 AEC Fighting tournament, hosted by Bayon TV and held at the Vietnam Circus Centre on Saturday.

Chub Cheang scored a third-round knockout of Anup Sor Kamsing, while compatriots Phal Sophan and Vong Noy both completed impressive stoppage wins within the first minute of their fights against Lamnunchee Rongrean Angthong and Sansakchai Auqurnmung respectively.

Em Vutha was the only local man to fall to his Thai foe, receiving a fifth-round stoppage from the referee after suffering some heavy blows from Rombo Sor Sophit.

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