Hudders and Thomas will headline a major ISKA show in Cambodia
Plans are being confirmed for a major and ground breaking show in Cambodia on 28 August 2008.
Frankie Hudders has agreed to defend his ISKA World Welterweight Muaythai title against Meas Chanta of Cambodia and former World Champion Tim Thomas will challenge for the ISKA Intercontinental Light-welterweight title against Cambodia’s Nuon Soriya. Germany’s Alban Ahmedi will defend his ISKA World Middleweight Muaythai title against Cambodia’s Vorn Viva. The show will be staged at the 7000 seat Olympic Stadium in Phnum Penh and will be broadcast live CTN National Cambodian TV. It will be the first ever World Championship event staged in Cambodia.
4 August 2008
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