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Yuthakun khorm fights back at Beeline Arena

Yuthakun khorm fights back at Beeline Arena

Fans of Cambodian martial art Yuthakun khorm head to Beeline Arena this Friday to see the highly anticipated second fight night, which had to be rescheduled from its original date of October 19 due to the mourning period of the late King Father Norodom Sihanouk.

The six-bout card, featuring the main event, a bout between French K1 instructor Theodore Bitcheff and San Kimbrak from Siem Reap, will start at 5:30pm, with tickets priced at $1 per person or $5 for entrance to the VIP lounge. 

To contact the reporter on this story: Chris Derbuc at [email protected]

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