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Kingstar and Petchsatit Fight to a Draw


Petchsatit charged forward with only thirty seconds left in the second round, suddenly coming to life after almost two rounds of inactivity.

His late charge in round two continued into the third round, where he and Kingstar battled for dominance in the clinch and ultimately went on to draw against each other.

It wasn't the decision neither fighter wanted. Both came into this fight off a three-fight losing streak. Both wanted the win. But both we so evenly matched that they negated each other in the exchanges.

At the end of the third round both fighters waved their hands in the air signaling to the crowd that each of them thought they'd done enough to get the win.

But all three judges scored the fight a draw. Better than a loss, but not the outcome neither expected.

Neither Petchsatit nor Kingstar added another loss to their record, but they also didn't add a win.


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