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Chan Heng to headline Malaysian MMA event

Chan Heng to headline Malaysian MMA event

Top Cambodian mixed martial artist Chan Heng will headline Warrior Fighting Championship’s inaugural fight card, the 11-bout Rumble in Penang, Saturday night at the Gurney Paragon Arena in George Town, Malaysia, with a bantamweight clash against Malaysia’s Muhammad Hanif bin Zainal.

A Fighter Club member Chan (7-2) endured a first round mauling at the hands of compatriot Meas Meu in ONE FC: Rise of the Kingdom at Koh Pich Theatre on September 12, eventually succumbing to a rear naked choke submission.

Bin Zainal (6-3-1) has been away from the cage for well over a year after also suffering a first round defeat, an armbar submission by Taiwan’s Rocky Lee at Legend FC 11 on April 27, 2013.


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