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Tok Sophon gets cleared for flyweight cage fight in KL

Tok Sophon gets cleared for flyweight cage fight in KL

Cambodian mixed martial artist Tok Sophon made weight at 56.6kg in Kuala Lumpur ahead of his flyweight bout tonight at ONE FC: Warrior Spirit against Malaysian opponent Saiful Merican, who tipped the scales at 56.7kg.

Coverage from Stadium Putra will begin on local channel MyTV from 6pm, with Sophon’s match slotted in fifth in a 10-fight card.

The scheduled main event between Portugal’s Vitor Pinto and Japan’s Nobutatsu Suzuki has been dropped after Pinto failed to clear his pre-fight medical tests.

The catchweight bout between Brazil’s Adriano Moraes and Yusup Saadulaev of the US has been moved to the top of the card.


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