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THE MMA: MMA: The Myanmar Champion wants to inspirit compatriots after he has won ONE championship.
Like Eduard Folayang for the Philippines, Aung La Nsang is hoping to inspired his own country after becoming Myanmar's first MMA champ. "The Burmese Python" was the crowning himself ONE's new midweight champ by overthrowing previously undefeated Russia's Vitaly Bigdash in ONE's show: "The Burmese Python": Winning took place 5 month after Nsang's defeat against the same competitor in Jakarta.
I' ve already been defeated once, but I never give up," Nsang said in a South China Morning Post article. Nsang Bigdash tumbled in the first round with a bubble-forming combo, which tumbled the Russians against the cages. This was a tight competition, but in the end all three of them won in favour of Aung La, who took home a hard-won unanimity win.
I' m hoping to be an inspirational force for the Myanmari. That', Nsang said. It was the exact opposite of what occurred at their first encounter in January, when Nsang was summoned with a deadline of only 10 days. Nsang was looking fragile at the moment because of a failure to prepare.
In round three, he took a nasty headbutt, but bravely struggled to the last clock before unanimously defeating the Russian.
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Competion will take place on November 3 at Thuwunna Indoor Stadium in Myanmar against Cameroon' weighty forward Alain Ngalani. "I am excited that ONE mediumweight female champ Aung La N Sang will compete against Thailand's gravity champions Alain Ngalani in a five-round competition," Sityodtong said.
Sang normally struggles with 185 lbs, while Ngalani struggles with 227 lbs. "I will always be proud to defend my homeland as crown champions and I am happy to take the initiative to inspire my compatriots with my season in the cages? Ngalani will be the greatest adversary I have ever fought, and it's a real challenge," said N Sang, Myanmar's most prolific competitor in the game.
Sang, whose constrictive nickname "the Burmese python," recently drugged former Russian champions Vitaly Bigdash and became the new ONE midweight kings. He is the heavy weight winner of Kuay Tai and kick boxing. Recently, he beat former heavy-weight claimant for the championship, Hideki Sekine, in just 11 seconds.
âThis is a historical matchup spoken for years,â said Ngalani.