‘Soap’ aims to clean up his rival

  Ismail Vorajee / Khmer Times Sophanarith ‘Soap’ Am returns to the ring after a nearly three-year absence. Supplied An American-born Cambodian fighter will be making his return to the ring tonight, eager to shine a spotlight on the martial arts of his ancestral homeland. Sophanarith “Soap” Am, 31, returns to the ring after a

Fundraiser at SHOJO, Boston June 15th 5-8 PM

Join us for music, food and drinks to raise money for Fight for Cambodia and the young men and women in Cambodia and Myanmar empowering themselves through martial arts. Held at Shojo Private Dining: Cambodian Martial Arts demo, Punching Contest, Prizes, and more fun that you can handle before 8PM. Enter through China Pearl, 9

Cambodia Son Fighting for the Future

Rising MMA star Sophanarith “Hanuman” Am— known as Soap—is fighting for more than just a victory each time he steps into the cage. The skillful competitor is fighting for a better future and a better life, not only for himself and his family, but for Cambodia.   The son of Cambodian refugees to the United

Women Fighting for Women

  http://www.phnompenhpost.com/sport/local-mma-hope-fighting-customs   Over the past nine years, women’s mixed martial arts (MMA) has risen from relative obscurity to the current heights many could not fathom in such a short space of time. The once male-dominated sport has been infiltrated by women equipped with equal prowess to engage in high-testosterone action, at times even with