Myanmar NBurma N
Aung La N Sang became a beacon for Burma
A middleweight world champion Aung La "The Burmese Python" N Sang has a shot at doubling his goldman. He' will be challenging Brazilian Alexandre "Bebezao" Machado for the ONE Light Heavyweight World Championship on Friday, February 23, at ONE: It will take place at the Thuwunna Indoor Stadium in Aung La N Sang's old tamping facility in Yangon, Myanmar.
The 32-year-old Myanmar veteran has the chance to become the second double world champion and inspired a national warrior. The Aung La N Sang community relocated to the country's capitol so that he and his brothers and sisters could go to Yangon International School. He was the best scorer and was the most involved sportsman in the sport.
As his graduation year ended, he was planning to go to the United States and hoping one of these days to go home to improve the lives of a new breed in Myanmar. Aung La N Sang Leaved Myanmar in 2003 to attend Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan, to pursue a degree in Agricultural Sciences.
When Aung La N Sang saw a Samoan class mate hit a big sack, he was thrilled. "Burmese Python" was devoted to artisan training as he traveled to the Indiana yard several days a month while he kept pace with his schooling. He made his pro début in May 2005 in the lightweight weight category against Emerson Rushing, a much larger opponent with a feminine fighting experience.
At 2:24 a.m. of the first lap, a ring physician broke off the fight when Aung La N Sang could not go on because of a swelling cheek bone. Though many people would give up after such a discouraging launch, this motivates only Myanmar's heroes. The Aung La N Sang began in the midweight, his more naturally weighted category, and won his next five games in the first round.
As he spent more quality leisure pursuits, he kept pace with his college education and helped himself by working on a dairying business near the university. There he practiced and enjoys the gymnastics scene, but two month later went into a wandering beekeeping post in Florida. In the next year and a half, however, Aung La N Sang realised that he was not satisfied with the course of his own being.
Earning a regular salary from his bustling daily work, but this means that he invested fewer lessons in his combat sports practice, and as a consequence he saw blended results in his competitioncareers. A Myanmar star had to make a tough decision and finally chose to resign from his full-time position to realize his dream of becoming Fighting-Champions.
After Aung La N Sang returned to Maryland, practiced with Crazy 88 MMA and learned a few lessons from his time as a milk producer. Aung La N Sang entered the ONE Championship in 2014. The most important thing is that he uses his Myanmar stature as Myanmar's most important sporting superhero to help his people.
In March 2017, for example, he collected $6,000 at a fundraiser including his 2014 NAGA Golden Award, a set of ONE Championship hand-signed mittens and other equipment. Later in June Aung La N Sang came back to Yangon to compete with the then unbeaten middleweight world champion Vitaly Bigdash from Russia for the ONE belt:
The Burmese Python's first match five month ago was a re-match that was quickly acceptable before she lost a gruelling five-round-match. Myanmar's protagonist would not be disowned on this fateful June evening. Bigdash was knocked out by Aung La N Sang with an explosion headbutt and almost ended him with a hand-to-hand fight in the first round.
Aung La N Sang's energetic, distinctive sense of direction and the capacity to reverse his rival's attack brought him a decisive win. The Burmese Python" was honored with the ONE Middleweight World Championship in front of all his compatriots.
It' a tribute to Aung La N Sang that he made the right choice to quit his profession ten years ago to follow his passions, and it is also a turnaround in his teenager fortune when he became the first Myanmar-born MYC. From a small city in Myanmar, it's incredible and an honour for me to be able to take part in a FIFA Women's World Cup," says Aung La N Sang.
With the ONE Light Heavyweight title and the double Fighting Art Championship on February 23rd, Aung La N Sang can once again underline that.