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Sen Rady set to fight Laos’s Tharng Bang for CBF title

Sen Rady set to fight Laos’s Tharng Bang for CBF title

Popular Apsara Kun Khmer Club fighter Sen Rady will face Laotian opponent Tharng Bang, in a 57kg Cambodian Boxing Federation title bout today in Takeo provincial town, to be broadcast live on Apsara TV.

Tharng Bang has a feared left kick, touted as the best along the Mekong River, and he holds a 65-10-5 record including 16 victories inside the distance. He has previously beaten Cambodia’s Em Lithou but was edged by Yen Dina.

Sen Rady told the Post: “It’s hard to predict a winner in this fight because I know [Tharng Bang] is good, but I will try my best to secure the title.”

The match will be followed by a 65kg contest between Royal Cambodian Armed Forces Club’s Phal Sophat (126-20-4) and young Chinese prospect Xie Wei, who has won 29 of his 32 fights with 20 by way of knockout.

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