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Krak Samphors

    Krak Samphors (Khmer: ក្រាក់ សម្ភស្ស), hailed as The Life-taking Steel shinbone Warrior, stands as a testament to the indomitable spirit of Kun Khmer fighters. Born in 1976 in Roluos Village, Roluos Commune, Bakong District, Siem Reap Province, Cambodia, Samphors has become a formidable force in the world of Kun Khmer, showcasing his skills with a remarkable fight record.

    Standing at a height of 1.73 meters and weighing 65 kilograms, Samphors is a product of the Sen Bunthen Benkak Kun Khmer gym, affiliated with the MoI Boxing Association. Under the guidance of his experienced trainer, Sen Bunthen, Samphors has carved his niche in the world of combat sports.

    With a total of 175 fights, Samphors boasts an impressive record of 889 wins, 176 losses, and 10 draws. What truly sets him apart is his exceptional ability to finish fights, with 121 victories coming by way of TKO. This extraordinary feat places him among the elite fighters in Kun Khmer.

    Known for his lethal high kick that earned him the moniker “The Life-taking Steel shinbone Warrior,” Samphors has left a trail of awe and admiration in the hearts of fans. His fighting style is a testament to the rich tradition of Kun Khmer, a discipline deeply rooted in Cambodian culture.

    Despite his current achievements, Samphors faced a hiatus in his career two decades ago. The challenges of matchmaking and the meager fight prizes during that period led him to step away from the ring. He transitioned to working as a construction worker, facing the struggles of a different kind. However, a few years ago, fueled by unwavering support from his fans, Samphors made a triumphant return to the ring, rekindling his passion for Kun Khmer.

    His resurgence has been marked by dedication, perseverance, and an unyielding commitment to the sport that defines him.As of the last update on 06/01/2024, provided by Krud Kun Khmer on TVK, Krak Samphors continues to leave an indelible mark on the Kun Khmer landscape.

    Stay tuned for more updates on this remarkable fighter as additional information becomes available and can be verified.

    Born 1976
    From Siem Reap Province
    Height 1.73m
    Weight 65kg
    Other Names The Life-taking Steel shinbone Warrior
    Style Kun Khmer, Pradal Serey
    Stance Orthodox
    Boxing Gym Sen Bunthen Benkak Kun Khmer of the MoI Boxing Association
    Trainer Sen Bunthen
    Years Active -Present
    Total 1075
    Wins 889
    Losses 176
    Draws 10
    TKOs 121
    Last Updated 06/01/2024 (Krud Kun Khmer TVK)
    CAUTION: The fight records of Kun Khmer Fighters have been inconsistent across TV stations. Therefore, these numbers are subject to change based on the latest fights available, with the name of the TV station hosting the event mentioned.