After four straight ONE on TNT series ended in April, ONE Championship immediately went on to serve it up. I can assure you that this battle will be resounded by the Thai boxing fans. Because he got a 21-year-old man from Chon Buri, “Tawanchai, P.K. Sanchai, Muay Thai Gym” to start in the battle called ONE: DANGAL
Just the name of the battle indicates Bollywood movie buffs are likely to be familiar with the name “DANGAL”. The film is based on the true story of the family of famous Indian wrestling champion Ritou Fogat. By being projected and being swept away by the landslide in revenues all over the world This battle is therefore important to the Indian nation. With “The Truth” Brandon Vera’s ONE Heavyweight World Championship belt, Brandon Vera, who will protect the belt from parata fighter “Singh” Arjan Bullar, may switch hands to the championship. THE WORLD ONE The first Indian in history could be.
The only Thai athlete in this battle, “Tawan Chai, PK Saenchai Muay Thai Gym”, will make its debut on the world stage as a second partner of the program. Under the Muay Thai competition, 3 rounds wear a 4 oz MMA glove in the Bantamweight version (65.8 kg), where it will face a fighting rival, Sean Clancy, who has been competing with his fellow camp senior Pongsiri. P.K. Saenchai has arrived.
In addition, ONE: DANGAL also has a number of Indian fighters participating in the competition, including Ritu Fogat, Gerard San Mangat, Roshan Mainam, etc. Love martial arts will definitely not miss this Saturday, May 15 at 5:00 p.m. Remember the day-time well and wait for it on ONE Super App, YouTube ONE Championship, AIS Play and Thairath TV Channel 32 at 11:00 PM. Noun
ONE: DANGAL tournament program
Brandon Vera vs. Arjan Bullard (ONE Heavyweight World Championship)
Tawanchai P.K.Sanchai Muay Thai Gym vs. Sean Clancy (Bantamweight Muay Thai)
B Nguyen vs. Ritu Fokat (Mixed Fight Atomweight version)
Ayaka Miura vs. Rayen Bastos (58.25 kg mixed fight)
Gerdar San Mangat vs. Roshan Mainam (65kg Mixed Fight)
Anthony Nido vs. Liang Wei (57.7 kg mixed fight)