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In the early years of K-1 Grand Prix, an out-of-prime, triple-division Muay Thai champion entered the kickboxing arena against a coming into prime kickboxing legend. Nokweed Davy is a legend in many ways: he'd face Jerome Le Banner here, a 107 KG elite kickboxer at 72 KG, winning the heart of all spectators.
Rest in peace, legend.
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72KG Muay Thai Legend vs. 107 KG Kickboxing Legend | RIP Nokweed Davy