Thai Fight (Thai: ไทยไฟต์;[1] stylized as THAI FIGHT in capitals) is a Muay Thai promotion based in Bangkok, Thailand, which hosts events worldwide and all across Thailand.[2] Thai Fight events are produced in conjunction with the Tourism Authority of Thailand.[3] The inaugural tournament took place on August 29, 2010,[4] and the promotion has since featured notable fighters such as Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee, Saiyok Pumpanmuang, Yodsanklai Fairtex, Buakaw Banchamek and Saenchai.[5]

Thai Fight
TypePrivate
IndustryMuay Thai promotion
Muay Thai event organizer
Founded2009
FounderNopporn Wartin
HeadquartersBangkok, Thailand
Key people
Nopparat Puttarattanamanee
Tanee Temboonsak
WebsiteOfficial website

In 2011, the King of Thailand Bhumibol Adulyadej (King Rama IX) started supporting the Thai Fight events and founded the Thai Fight King’s Cup Tournament.[6] The winners are awarded the King’s Cup and a 1,000,000 Thai baht cash prize.[7] The annual Thai Fight: King of Muay Thai tournament awards the finalist a grand prize of 2,000,000 baht and an Isuzu pickup truck.[8]

HistoryEdit

CreationEdit

Thai Fight Co. Ltd. was founded by former film and television director Nopporn Wartin. His vision of spreading Thai culture and Thai traditions eventually led to the birth of the “Thai Fight” brand. Muay Thai being the national sport of Thailand, Wartin chose to use it as a platform to spread his vision to the rest of the world. The first Thai Fight event was hosted on August 29, 2010.[9] Thai Fight fully embraces Thai cultural values and uniquely reflects Thai cultural identity.[4]

BusinessEdit

The Thai Fight office is located in the Wang Thonglang District of Bangkok.

After its founding in 2009, the company went on to host its first Thai Fight: King of Muay Thai tournament on August 29, 2010. Notable fighters who participated included Fabio Pinca, Youssef Boughanem, Liam Harrison and Vitaly Gurkov. The tournament concluded in December 6, 2010, with Pinca emerging as the first-ever Thai Fight champion.

In 2011, the promotion rose to further popularity with its signing of former K-1 World MAX champion and superstar Buakaw Banchamek, who would go on to win two Thai Fight tournaments in 2011 and 2012. However, he was engaged in a dispute with his gym at the time: Por. Pramuk. Buakaw appeared on THAI FIGHT Extreme 2012: Pattaya without the gym's approval, leading to them suing both him and Thai Fight. This resulted in Buakaw announcing his retirement from Muay Thai. Thai Fight would file a countersuit against Por. Pramuk, which eventually led to an agreement between all parties with withdraw all lawsuits.[10][11] Buakaw fought on Thai Fight for the final time at Thai Fight 2012 on December 16, 2012, defeating Vitaly Gurkov to win the 70kg King's Cup Tournament Championship.[12]

Thai Fight held its first overseas event on May 14, 2011 with THAI FIGHT Extreme 2011: France in Cannes, France. In 2011, three of six Thai Fight events (titled THAI FIGHT Extreme) were held outside of Thailand, with the other two events taking place in Hong Kong and Japan. In 2012, Thai Fight also held two international events (also titled THAI FIGHT Extreme) in England and France. Between 2011 and 2013, ten THAI FIGHT Extreme events were hosted, five of which were held in foreign countries.

Thai Fight returned to hosting overseas events in 2014 (titled THAI FIGHT World Battle), visiting Macau and Vietnam. In 2015, the promotion held events (now titled THAI FIGHT Proud to Be Thai) in China, Russia and Vietnam. The promotion regularly hosts events internationally, in countries such as: Russia, Italy, Spain, Japan, Cambodia, Vietnam, France and England.[13] However, there has not been an international event since 2018.

On November 25, 2017, Thai Fight held the historic KHMER THAI FIGHT event. The event was held to strengthen ties between Thailand and Cambodia.[14] Being held in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, the event was unlike previous Thai Fight events due to the fact that it featured both Muay Thai and Kun Khmer matches, with the event pitting the Southeast Asian fighters against various foreign fighters.[15]

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Thai Fight held its first event behind closed doors in 11 years, with THAI FIGHT DMHTT at Siam Omnoi Stadium on April 25, 2021.[16]

TourismEdit

The promotion is run in conjunction with the Tourism Authority of Thailand and is aimed at promoting tourism in the Kingdom of Thailand.[17]

Thai Fight Kard ChuekEdit

In 2013, the promotion produced a reality television show where Thai Fight stars Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee and Saiyok Pumpanmuang coached a team of farang on the reality television series Thai Fight Kard Chuek, to be shown over between July and August 2013 on Thailand's Channel 3. Notable fighters who appeared on the series included Youssef Boughanem and Tun Tun Min (credited as Zaw Tum). On December 22, 2013, the two coaches faced each other in the Thai Fight Kard Chuek Final, where Sor Klinmee defeated Pumpanmuang by extension-round decision to claim the 6,000,000 baht grand prize.[18]

Thai Fight Kard Chuek also refers to the format of Muay Thai where fighters use rope bindings in place of gloves to pay homage to Muay boran, the historical form of the sport, with modern Muay Thai rules in place.[19][20] Since 2014, most fights in Thai Fight have been predominantly fought under Kard Chuek rules with few exceptions using gloves.

SponsorshipEdit

The brand Thailand Graphite Co. Ltd, Isuzu, Thai Beverage and the Tourism Authority of Thailand are sponsors of the promotion.[8]

BroadcastingEdit

For almost a decade, Thai Fight's longtime television partner was Channel 3. In 2020, it was announced that Thai Fight had entered a partnership with Channel 8, joining Muay Thai programs Super Champ Muay Thai and Muay Hardcore.

Beginning in 2019, the Thai Fight official YouTube channel also began broadcasting events via the YouTube livestreaming function.

RulesEdit

Match lengthEdit

Thai Fight deviates from customary Muay Thai by hosting three-round matches, as opposed to five rounds. This is to prevent stalling and encourage more activity between fighters. Each fight consists of three rounds of three minutes with 2-minute rest periods between each round.

In the event of a draw after 3 rounds, a fourth extension round will be fought. If the fight is still tied after 4 rounds, a fifth round will be fought to determine a winner.

JudgingEdit

Fights can be won by decision, knockout or technical knockout. Three knockdowns will automatically result in a technical knockout.

In Thai Fight, knockdowns are scored differently from conventional Muay Thai and kickboxing. If a knockdown is scored, the dominant fighter will be awarded 10–9 round. In the event a fighter scores two knockdowns in the same round, the round will be scored 10–8 in favor of the dominant fighter. Otherwise, rounds are judged based on a fighter's aggression, striking volume and use of Muay Thai techniques.[23] In recent Thai Fight events, use of certain mae mai and luk mai techniques can earn a fighter performance-based cash bonuses.

Weight classesEdit

While there are no official weight classes in Thai Fight, with superfights being held at varying weight classes, there are 4 titles across three weight classes during the Thai Fight King's Cup Tournament.

The inaugural Thai Fight tournament in 2010 saw fighters contesting for the 67kg welterweight tournament title. The 2011 tournament saw the introduction of the 70kg title. Up until 2013, the only tournament titles in Thai Fight were the 67kg and 70kg King's Cup Tournament. The 70kg Kard Chuek title was first contested for in 2013. In 2014, the first Thai Fight 72.5kg King's Cup Tournament was held. Thai Fight also held a one-time Heavyweight Tournament in 2012, where fighters weighing over 100 kilograms competed.

Division Upper weight limit
Welterweight 67 kg (148 lb)
Junior Middleweight 70 kg (154 lb)
Middleweight 72.5 kg (160 lb)

List of Thai Fight eventsEdit

# Event Date City
76 THAI FIGHT Strong July 4, 2021   Pattaya, Thailand
75 THAI FIGHT DMHTT April 25, 2021   Samut Sakhon, Thailand
74 THAI FIGHT Nan April 3, 2021   Nan, Thailand
73 THAI FIGHT Pluak Daeng November 28, 2020   Rayong, Thailand
72 THAI FIGHT Korat 2020 November 7, 2020   Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand
71 THAI FIGHT Begins October 17, 2020   Nonthaburi, Thailand
70 THAI FIGHT New Normal September 19, 2020   Bangkok, Thailand
69 THAI FIGHT Thai Fest in Patong December 21, 2019   Phuket, Thailand
68 THAI FIGHT Mae Sot November 23, 2019   Mae Sot, Thailand
67 THAI FIGHT Bangsaen October 26, 2019   Bang Saen Beach, Thailand
66 THAI FIGHT Kham Chanod August 24, 2019   Udon Thani, Thailand
65 THAI FIGHT Betong June 29, 2019   Betong, Thailand
64 THAI FIGHT Samui 2019 April 27, 2019   Ko Samui, Thailand
63 THAI FIGHT Mueang Khon 2019 March 30, 2019   Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand
62 THAI FIGHT Phuket February 23, 2019   Phuket, Thailand
61 THAI FIGHT Nakhon Ratchasima December 22, 2018   Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand
60 THAI FIGHT Saraburi November 24, 2018   Saraburi, Thailand
59 THAI FIGHT Chiang Rai October 27, 2018   Chiang Rai, Thailand
58 THAI FIGHT Rayong August 15, 2018   Rayong, Thailand
57 THAI FIGHT Hat Yai July 17, 2018   Hat Yai, Thailand
56 THAI FIGHT Samui 2018 May 12, 2018   Ko Samui, Thailand
55 THAI FIGHT Rome April 21, 2018   Rome, Italy
54 THAI FIGHT Mueang Khon March 24, 2018   Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand
53 THAI FIGHT 2017 Bangkok January 27, 2018   Bangkok, Thailand
52 THAI FIGHT Chiang Mai December 23, 2017   Chiang Mai, Thailand
51 KHMER THAI FIGHT November 25, 2017   Phnom Penh, Cambodia
50 THAI FIGHT Barcelona September 30, 2017   Barcelona, Spain
50 THAI FIGHT We Love Yala July 15, 2017   Yala, Thailand
49 THAI FIGHT Italy May 27, 2017   Turin, Italy
48 THAI FIGHT Samui 2017 April 29, 2017   Ko Samui, Thailand
47 THAI FIGHT The Fighter King December 24, 2016   Bangkok, Thailand
46 THAI FIGHT AIR RACE 1 November 19, 2016   Rayong, Thailand
45 THAI FIGHT Chengdu October 15, 2016   Chengdu, China
44 THAI FIGHT London September 11, 2016   London, United Kingdom
43 THAI FIGHT KMITL August 20, 2016   Bangkok, Thailand
42 THAI FIGHT Proud to Be Thai July 23, 2016   Nonthaburi, Thailand
41 THAI FIGHT Samui 2016 April 30, 2016   Ko Samui, Thailand
40 THAI FIGHT Paris April 18, 2016   Paris, France
39 THAI FIGHT Korat March 19, 2016   Korat, Thailand
38 THAI FIGHT Count Down December 31, 2015   Bangkok, Thailand
37 THAI FIGHT 2015: 2nd Round November 21, 2015   Nakhon Pathom, Thailand
36 THAI FIGHT 2015: First Round October 24, 2015   Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
35 THAI FIGHT Proud to Be Thai 2015: Moscow September 17, 2015   Moscow, Russia
34 THAI FIGHT Proud to Be Thai 2015: 100 Years Narathiwat August 22, 2015   Narathiwat, Thailand
33 THAI FIGHT Proud to Be Thai 2015: China July 18, 2015   Zhengzhou, China
32 THAI FIGHT Proud to Be Thai 2015: Samui May 12, 2015   Ko Samui, Thailand
31 THAI FIGHT Proud to Be Thai 2015: CRMA April 14, 2015   Nakhon Nayok, Thailand
30 THAI FIGHT 2014: Competition for the Championship Round December 21, 2014   Bangkok, Thailand
29 THAI FIGHT 2014: 2nd Round November 22, 2014   Khon Kaen, Thailand
28 THAI FIGHT 2014: First Round October 25, 2014   Bangkok, Thailand
27 THAI FIGHT World Battle 2014: Vietnam September 20, 2014   Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
26 THAI FIGHT World Battle 2014: Nakhon Sawan August 16, 2014   Nakhon Sawan, Thailand
25 THAI FIGHT World Battle 2014: Macao June 28, 2014   Macau
24 THAI FIGHT World Battle 2014: Chakrinaruebet April 16, 2014   Sattahip, Thailand
23 THAI FIGHT World Battle 2014: Klai Kang Won February 22, 2014   Hua Hin, Thailand
22 THAI FIGHT 2013: Competition for the Championship Round December 22, 2013   Bangkok, Thailand
21 THAI FIGHT 2013: 2nd Round November 30, 2013   Bangkok, Thailand
20 THAI FIGHT 2013: First Round October 23, 2013   Bangkok, Thailand
19 THAI FIGHT Extreme 2013: Pattani September 22, 2013   Pattani, Thailand
18 THAI FIGHT Extreme 2013: Bangkok June 29, 2013   Bangkok, Thailand
17 THAI FIGHT Extreme 2013: Pattaya April 19, 2013   Pattaya, Thailand
16 THAI FIGHT Extreme 2013: Muay Thai Day February 23, 2013   Ayutthaya, Thailand
15 THAI FIGHT 2012: Competition for the Championship Round December 16, 2012   Bangkok, Thailand
14 THAI FIGHT 2012: 2nd Round November 25, 2012   Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand
13 THAI FIGHT 2012: First Round October 23, 2012   Bangkok, Thailand
12 THAI FIGHT Extreme 2012: France September 19, 2012   Lyon, France
11 THAI FIGHT Extreme 2012: England August 17, 2012   Leicester, United Kingdom
10 THAI FIGHT Extreme 2012: Pattaya April 17, 2012   Pattaya, Thailand
9 THAI FIGHT 2011: Competition for the Championship Round December 18, 2011   Bangkok, Thailand
8 THAI FIGHT 2011: 2nd Round November 27, 2011   Samut Prakan, Thailand
7 THAI FIGHT 2011: First Round September 25, 2011   Pathum Thani, Thailand
6 THAI FIGHT Extreme 2011: Japan August 17, 2011   Tokyo, Japan
5 THAI FIGHT Extreme 2011: Hong Kong July 17, 2011   Hong Kong
4 THAI FIGHT Extreme 2011: France May 14, 2011   Cannes, France
3 THAI FIGHT 2010: Competition for the Championship Round December 6, 2010   Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand
2 THAI FIGHT 2010: 2nd Round October 23, 2010   Bangkok, Thailand
1 THAI FIGHT 2010: First Round August 29, 2010   Bangkok, Thailand

ChampionsEdit

Thai Fight King’s CupsEdit

Starting in 2011, his majesty Bhumibol Adulyadej (King Rama IX) started gracing the trophies of the Thai Fight annual tournaments.[6] The annual Thai Fight King’s Cup Tournament sees international fighters competing against Thailand's elite athletes and the winners of each weight divisions are awarded the King’s Cups and 1,000,000 Thai baht.[7] Since his succession to the throne, King Maha Vajiralongkorn has continued the tradition started by his father.

The 2020 schedule saw the introduction of the Queen's Cup, bestowed by Queen Suthida, which will be the first women's tournament in Thai Fight.

Event King
King's Cup 2020 King's Cups from King Vajiralongkorn / Queen's Cup from Queen Suthida
King's Cup 2019 King's Cup from King Vajiralongkorn
King's Cup 2018 King's Cup from King Vajiralongkorn
King's Cup 2017 King's Cup from King Bhumibol Adulyadej & Vajiralongkorn
King's Cup 2016 King's Cup from King Bhumibol Adulyadej
King's Cup 2015 King's Cup from King Bhumibol Adulyadej
King's Cup 2014 King's Cup from King Bhumibol Adulyadej
King's Cup 2013 King's Cup from King Bhumibol Adulyadej
King's Cup 2012 King's Cup from King Bhumibol Adulyadej
King's Cup 2011 King's Cup from King Bhumibol Adulyadej

Tournament ChampionsEdit

The annual Thai Fight: King of Muay Thai tournament sees international and local fighters compete for the grand prize of 2,000,000 Thai baht and an Isuzu pickup truck.[8]

Event Date Division Champion
Thai Fight 2010 December 6, 2010 Welterweight / 67 kg   Fabio Pinca
Thai Fight 2011 December 18, 2011 Welterweight / 67 kg   Kem Sitsongpeenong
Junior middleweight / 70 kg   Buakaw Banchamek
Thai Fight 2012 December 16, 2012 Welterweight / 67 kg   Singmanee Kaewsamrit
Junior middleweight / 70 kg   Buakaw Banchamek
Heavyweight / 100+ kg   Patrice Quarteron
Thai Fight 2013 December 22, 2013 Welterweight / 67 kg   Fahmongkol Sor.Jor.Danrayong
Junior middleweight / 70 kg   Yodsanklai Fairtex
Junior middleweight / 70 kg (Kard Chuek)   Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee
Thai Fight 2014 December 21, 2014 Junior middleweight / 70 kg (Kard Chuek)   Yodsanklai Fairtex
Middleweight / 72.5 kg   Saiyok Pumpanmuang
THAI FIGHT Count Down December 31, 2015 Junior middleweight / 70 kg   Tengnueng Sitjaesairoong
Middleweight / 72.5 kg   Youssef Boughanem
THAI FIGHT The Fighter King December 24, 2016[24] Welterweight / 67 kg   P.T.T. Petchrungrueng
Junior middleweight / 70 kg   Saenchai
THAI FIGHT 2017 Bangkok January 27, 2018 Welterweight / 67 kg   Saenchai[25][26]
Junior middleweight / 70 kg   Saensatharn P.K. Saenchai Muaythaigym[25]
Junior middleweight / 70 kg (Kard Chuek)   P.T.T. Petchrungrueng[25]
Middleweight / 72.5 kg   Chanajon P.K. Saenchai Muaythaigym[25]
THAI FIGHT Nakhon Ratchasima December 22, 2018 Welterweight / 67 kg   Saenchai[27]
Junior middleweight / 70 kg   Satanfah Rachanon[27]
Junior middleweight / 70 kg (Kard Chuek)   Sasha Moisa[27]
Middleweight / 72.5 kg   Payak-Samui Lukjaoporongtom[27]
THAI FIGHT Thai Fest in Patong December 21, 2019[28] Welterweight / 67 kg   Amir Naseri[29]
Junior middleweight / 70 kg   Saenchai[28]
Junior middleweight / 70 kg (Kard Chuek)   Kitti Sor.Jor.Danrayong[28]

Championship historyEdit

Heavyweight / 100+ kg King's Cup ChampionshipEdit

No. Name Event Date
1   Patrice Quarteron
def. Dmitry Bezus
Thai Fight 2012
Bangkok, Thailand
December 16, 2012

Middleweight / 72.5 kg King's Cup ChampionshipEdit

No. Name Event Date
1   Saiyok Pumpanmuang
def. Antoine Pinto
Thai Fight 2014
Bangkok, Thailand
December 21, 2014
2   Youssef Boughanem
def. Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee
THAI FIGHT Count Down
Bangkok, Thailand
December 31, 2015
3   Chanajon P.K. Saenchai Muaythaigym
def. Saiyok Pumpanmuang
THAI FIGHT Bangkok 2017
Bangkok, Thailand
January 27, 2018
4   Payak-Samui Lukjaoporongtom
def. Yurik Davtyan
THAI FIGHT Nakhon Ratchasima
Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand
December 22, 2018

Junior Middleweight / 70 kg King's Cup ChampionshipEdit

No. Name Event Date
1   Buakaw Banchamek
def. Franki Giorgi
Thai Fight 2011
Bangkok, Thailand
December 18, 2011
2   Buakaw Banchamek
def. Vitaly Gurkov
Thai Fight 2012
Bangkok, Thailand
December 16, 2012
3   Yodsanklai Fairtex
def. Expedito Valin
Thai Fight 2013
Bangkok, Thailand
December 22, 2013
4   Tengnueng Sitjaesairoong
def. Jose Neto
THAI FIGHT Count Down
Bangkok, Thailand
December 31, 2015
5   Saenchai
def. Julio Lobo
THAI FIGHT The Fighter King
Bangkok, Thailand
December 24, 2016
6   Saensatharn P.K. Saenchai Muaythaigym
def. Naimjon Tuhtaboyev
THAI FIGHT Bangkok 2017
Bangkok, Thailand
January 27, 2018
7   Satanfah Rachanon
def. Boburjon Tagayev
THAI FIGHT Nakhon Ratchasima
Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand
December 22, 2018
8   Saenchai
def. Tophik Abdullaev
THAI FIGHT Thai Fest in Patong
Phuket, Thailand
December 21, 2019

Junior Middleweight / 70 kg Kard Chuek King's Cup ChampionshipEdit

No. Name Event Date
1   Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee
def. Saiyok Pumpanmuang
Thai Fight 2013
Bangkok, Thailand
December 22, 2013
2   Yodsanklai Fairtex
def. Christophe Pruvost
Thai Fight 2014
Bangkok, Thailand
December 21, 2014
3   P.T.T. Petchrungrueng
def. Dany Njiba
THAI FIGHT Bangkok 2017
Bangkok, Thailand
January 27, 2018
4   Sasha Moisa
def. Saensatharn P.K. Saenchai Muaythaigym (forfeit)
THAI FIGHT Nakhon Ratchasima
Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand
December 22, 2018
5   Kitti Sor.Jor.Danrayong
def. Gabriel Mazzetti
THAI FIGHT Thai Fest in Patong
Phuket, Thailand
December 21, 2019

Welterweight / 67 kg King's Cup ChampionshipEdit

No. Name Event Date
1   Fabio Pinca
def. Youssef Boughanem
Thai Fight 2010
Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand
December 6, 2010
2   Kem Sitsongpeenong
def. Fabio Pinca
Thai Fight 2011
Bangkok, Thailand
December 18, 2011
3   Singmanee Kaewsamrit
def. Andrei Kulebin
Thai Fight 2012
Bangkok, Thailand
December 16, 2012
4   Fahmongkol Sor.Jor.Danrayong
def. Ruslan Kushnirenko
Thai Fight 2013
Bangkok, Thailand
December 22, 2013
5   P.T.T. Petchrungrueng
def. Sean Kearney
THAI FIGHT The Fighter King
Bangkok, Thailand
December 24, 2016
6   Saenchai
def. Henrique Muller
THAI FIGHT Bangkok 2017
Bangkok, Thailand
January 27, 2018
7   Saenchai
def. Jamal Madani
THAI FIGHT Nakhon Ratchasima
Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand
December 22, 2018
8   Amir Naseri
def. Petch-Samui Lukjaoporongtom
THAI FIGHT Thai Fest in Patong
Phuket, Thailand
December 21, 2019

Isuzu Cup SuperfightEdit

Since 2012, Thai Fight has also hosted the Isuzu Cup Superfight. The Isuzu Cup Superfight is the only instance in Thai Fight where Thai fighters face each other. The winner of the Isuzu Cup Tournament is pitted against a hand-picked fighter from Thai Fight to contest for a multi-fight contract with the organization.

List of Isuzu Cup Superfight winnersEdit

Event Date Division Champion
THAI FIGHT Extreme 2012: Pattaya April 17, 2012 67 kg   Singmanee Kaewsamrit
THAI FIGHT Extreme 2013: Pattaya April 19, 2013 67 kg   Fahmongkol Sor.Jor.Danrayong
THAI FIGHT World Battle 2014: Chakrinaruebet April 6, 2014 70 kg   Saiyok Pumpanmuang
THAI FIGHT Proud to Be Thai 2015: CRMA April 4, 2015 70 kg   Tengnueng Sitjaesairoong
THAI FIGHT Korat March 19, 2016 67 kg   P.T.T. Petchrungrueng
THAI FIGHT Samui 2017 April 29, 2017 70 kg   Saensatharn P.K. Saenchai Muaythaigym
THAI FIGHT Samui 2018 May 12, 2018 67 kg   Satanfah Rachanon
THAI FIGHT Samui 2019 April 27, 2019 62 kg   Petch-Samui Lukjaoporongtom
THAI FIGHT Pluak Daeng November 28, 2020 64 kg   Kongklai AnnyMuayThai

Notable fightersEdit

Master of Ceremony: MCEdit

Present
Former

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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