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Sanshou Cup Muay-Thai Fight Night: 5 Fights announced for the event

Kerala will be hosting the Sanshou Cup Muay-Thai Fight night on April 4 at the New Bus Stand, Karuvarakundu in Malapuram. The fight card will have 11 fights featuring fighters from all around India along with some international fighters as well.

The Sanshou team has so far announced five fights for the tournament with four of them pitting Indian fighters against foreign opponents.

Indian MMA star Priya Sharma will be going up against Dolphina Tony of Malaysia at the event in what she termed as her toughest challenge till date.

“This will be my toughest fight. She is very experienced. I’m Excited for the new challenge out of my comfort zone,” Priya noted in an exclusive statement.

Elsewhere, Priya’s teammate from Ultimate Fitness and MMA, Sarita Rathod will also be in action at the event when she fights GAMMA World championship medallist Priya Saini. Fighting out of Delhi Martial Arts Academy, Priya has plenty of experience in the striking scene and it would be a fight worth looking out for as Sarita has an impressive resume as well.

Meanwhile, three members from the Sanshou team will be going up against tough foreign opponents at the event. Kerala-based Askar will fight Singpayak of Thailand at the event while Razal Marzook will be locking horns with Ahmad Ondash of Lebanon. Sanjeed Lisan will be fighting Abdullah Ondash of Lebanon on the same card making it three representation for Kerala at the event.

The remaining fights are expected to be announced in the coming weeks. Below are the fights announced so far.

  • Priya Sharma (India) vs. Dolphina Tony (Malaysia)
  • Priya Saini (India) vs. Sarita Rathod (India)
  • Sanjeed Lisan (India) vs. Abdullah Ondash (Lebanon)
  • Askar (India) vs. Singpayak (Thailand)
  • Razal Marzook (India) vs. Ahmad Ondash (Lebanon)

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