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Asian prospect of the year


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Asian prospect of the year  

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  1. 1. Asian prospect of the year

    • Petch Sor Chitpattana 34-0
      2
    • Avni Yildirim 8-0
      3
    • Mark Magsayo 12-0
      1
    • Daigo Higa 8-0
      2
    • Hinata Maruta 1-0
      2
    • Albert Pagara 25-0
      5
    • Ryo Matsumoto 16-0
      2


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Petch Sor Chitpattana 34-0 (Thailand)

 

Jeson Umbal 8-3

Eric Panza 8-4-1

Alexis Barateau 0-2

Jayar Estremos 10-10

Jestoni Autida 7-2

Tin Long Hou 1-0

 

Avni Yildirim 8-0 (Turkey)

 

Janne Forsman 21-2

Bernard Donfack 22-12-3

Glen Johnson 54-20-2

Steve Kroekel 19-29-3

Giorgi Aduashvili 17-12-1

Giorgi Beroshvili 16-4-2

Aleksandar Jankovic 8-29

 

Mark Magsayo 12-0 (Philippines)

 

Yardley Suarez 13-1

Rafael Reyes 16-4

Sukkasem Kietyongyuth 13-3

 

Daigo Higa 8-0 (Japan)

 

Renren Tesorio 15-6-3

Kongfah CP Freshmart 14-0

Cris Alfante 11-4-0

Virden Rivera 8-1-1

Pongpayu Chaiyonggym 0-1

 

Hinata Maruta 1-0 (Japan)

 

Jason Canoy 24-5-2

 

Albert Pagara 25-0 (Philippines)

 

William Gonzalez 27-5

Jesus Rios 31-7-1

Rodolfo Hernandez 26-6-1

 

Ryo Matsumoto 16-0 (Japan)

 

Thawee Thodamma 1-4-0

Luis May 17-8-1

Thanuthong Chor Kangwal 0-0

 

Please use the Poll above for your official pick. Winner of the Poll will be the Official Ringnews24/KoBoxingforum Award winner in this category.

 

Who was your Asian prospect of 2015 and why?

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wiki: Turkey (11px-Speakerlink-new.svg.pngi/ˈtɜrki/; Turkish: Türkiye [ˈtyɾcije]), officially the Republic of Turkey (Turkish: 11px-Loudspeaker.svg.png Türkiye Cumhuriyeti <small class="metadata audiolinkinfo" style="cursor:help;">(help·info)</small>), is a parliamentary republic in Eurasia, largely located in Western Asia,

Competes in Eurovision and is affiliated with Eufa >_>

 

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Geography of Turkey

 

Turkey is situated in Anatolia (97%) and the Balkans (3%), bordering the Black Sea, between Bulgaria and Georgia, and bordering the Aegean Sea and the Mediterranean Sea, between Greece and Syria. The geographic coordinates of the country lie at: 39°00′N 35°00′E

 

The area of Turkey is 783,562 km2 (302,535 sq mi);[1] land: 770,760 km2 (297,592 sq mi), water: 9,820 km2 (3,792 sq mi).

 

Turkey extends more than 1,600 km (994 mi) from west to east but generally less than 800 km (497 mi) from north to south. The total land area is about 783,562 km2 (302,535 sq mi), of which 756,816 km2 (292,208 sq mi) are in Western Asia (Anatolia) and 23,764 km2 (9,175 sq mi) are in Southeastern Europe (Thrace).

 

Anatolia (Turkish: Anadolu) is a large, roughly rectangular peninsula, situated bridge-like between Europe and Asia. The Anatolian part of Turkey accounts for 97% of the country's area. It is also known as Asia Minor, Asiatic Turkey or the Anatolian Plateau. The term Anatolia is most frequently used in specific reference to the large, semiarid central plateau, which is rimmed by hills and mountains that in many places limit access to the fertile, densely settled coastal regions.

 

The European portion of Turkey, known as Thrace (Turkish: Trakya), encompasses 3% of the total area but is home to more than 10% of the total population. Istanbul, the largest city of Thrace and Turkey, has a population of 11,372,613. Thrace is separated from Anatolia (the Asian portion of Turkey) by the Bosphorus (Turkish: İstanbul Boğazı), the Sea of Marmara (Turkish: Marmara Denizi), and the Dardanelles (Turkish: Çanakkale Boğazı); which collectively form the strategic Turkish Straits that link the Aegean Sea with the Black Sea. Mount Ararat, Turkey's tallest mountain with an elevation of 5,137 m (16,854 ft), is the legendary landing place of Noah's Ark and is located in the far eastern portion of the country.

 

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geography_of_Turkey

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