WIBA champ Samson tops billing at charity boxing tourney

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Pol. Col. Apichai Kroppech, chief of Pattaya Police chaired the June 15 press conference of the International Muay Thai tournament hosted by Red Horse.
Pol. Col. Apichai Kroppech, chief of Pattaya Police chaired the June 15 press conference of the International Muay Thai tournament hosted by Red Horse.

Women’s International Boxing Association Minimum-weight champ Samson Tor Buamas will headline the card at a charity Muay Thai boxing tournament in Pattaya June 30.

The 2015 WIBA champ will smack gloves in a 10-round match against Indonesia’s Nadya Nakor at the International Muay Thai Tournament hosted by Red Horse.  In all, four of the nine fights at Central Festival Pattaya Beach will feature international boxers.

Admission to the tournament is free with money from sponsors going to aid the families of police officers injured or killed on the job.

Thanakorn Manjit, managing director for Red Horse Ltd., said at a June 15 news conference that the entire fight card will be televised by Narongwas Ltd on channels 3 and 28.