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Ki Chong Tran meets Mike in MMA cage at Phuket club

Ki Chong Tran meets Mike in MMA cage at Phuket club

Mixed martial artist Ki Chong Tran of Phnom Penh’s A Fighter gym will face Thai featherweight Siwa Kontieng in the cage of Full Metal Dojo 2 at Seduction Nightclub on the island of Phuket tomorrow night.

American-born Cambodian Ki chong will look to exert his dominance on the ground against his Chiang Mai-based opponent, who has a 3-1 MMA record and a nickname of ‘Mike’.

Headlining the nine-bout card is a welterweight clash between Finnish knockout specialist Glenn Sparv (9-3), who triumphed over Mikael Dubois of Canada in the inaugural Full Metal Dojo main event on June 7, and Frenchman Jason Ponet (9-8).

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