Aung La N Sang will put one of his two belts on the line at “ONE Championship 75: Spirit of a Warrior.”
Sang (22-10), the organization’s reigning middleweight and light-heavyweight titleholder, looks to defend the middleweight strap when he fights challenger Ken Hasegawa (16-2-1) in the upcoming main event.
ONE Championship 75 takes place June 29 at Thuwunna Indoor Stadium in Yangon, Myanmar, and the event streams on the ONE Championship app.
Sang, a 33-year-old Burmese fighter, is on a 7-1 run. In his most recent bout, he picked up the light-heavyweight title after knocking out Alexandre Machado in just 56 seconds.
Two bouts earlier, he won the 185-pound belt after scoring a decision victory over Vitaly Bigdash, which was followed by a first-round submission win over Alain Ngalani in a non-title open-weight/heavyweight bout.
He now returns to middleweight to fight Hasegawa, a 31-year-old Japanese fighter. The former DEEP and Rizin FF competitor, who’s on a 4-1 run (with three stoppages), now makes his ONE Championship debut.
Additional ONE Championship 75 matchups will be announced in the coming weeks.
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Source: USA Today – MMA Junkie
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