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In the run-up to Songkran, 2010, Thai boxers and fighters from a Burmese militia group allied to the Junta met for a series of matches in Myawaddy, just across the Thai-Burma border. <br />
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The fights were held inside a makeshift palisade at the top of town and conducted under Burmese rules, which means no gloves and a lot of blood.

In the run-up to Songkran, 2010, Thai boxers and fighters from a Burmese militia group allied to the Junta met for a series of matches in Myawaddy, just across the Thai-Burma border.

The fights were held inside a makeshift palisade at the top of town and conducted under Burmese rules, which means no gloves and a lot of blood.

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