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Four fighters honoured after France title wins

Four fighters honoured after France title wins

A quartet of triumphant Cambodian kickboxers returned home to the Kingdom on Saturday evening after winning title bouts at an Asia-Europe tournament in southern France the previous weekend.

Ministry of Defence Club’s Vong Noy, who won a brace of belts, Roeung Sophan of Mokod Reach Sey Club, Ministry of Interior Club’s Sen Bunthon and Victorious Dragon Club’s female fighter Vi Srey Khouch were warmly welcomed by Cambodian Boxing Federation president Tem Moeun, CBF general secretary Mil Kado and Bayon TV boxing promoter Neang Si Sovatha at Phnom Penh International Airport.

Each fighter was to receive a cash bonus of $1,200 from the federation while Vi Srey Khouch would be granted a motorbike from Hun Sen’s bodyguard department’s vice commander Deang Sarun, according to Neng Si Sovatha.


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