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Sen Bunthen, Thun Sophea respark rivalry

Sen Bunthen, Thun Sophea respark rivalry

Sen Bunthen and Thun Sophea will square off today at the TV5 boxing arena in a highly anticipated rematch of the pair’s September 10 bout. Among two of the most dominant fighters in the light-middleweight division, the pair will be meeting for the third time. Thun Sophea earned the decision in the first contest in July 2009 at the CTN boxing arena. Sen Bunthen took the decision in the second, held at the TV5 boxing arena in Takhmao. Sen Bunthen, the underdog in the last fight, heads into today’s contest a narrow favourite. Fights start from 5pm.

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