Myanmar MMA star Tial Thang’s fight to be launched on 27 August

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Myanmar MMA starfighter Tial Thang celebrates the victory after beating Paul Lumini in Singapore on 5 February 2021.  PHOTO: ONE CHAMPIONSHIP

The ONE “Battleground III” event will be held in Singapore on 27 August with the participation of Myanmar MMA star Tial Thang. The tournament is organized by the ONE Championship and will start at 7 pm Myanmar Standard Time.
Myanmar MMA star Tial Thang will fight against Song Min Jong of South Korea in the Men’s Bantamweight category of the ONE Championship event.
In the main card or Featherweight Men’s Muay Thai bout, Sittichai of Thailand will fight against Tawanchai of Thailand.
In the Men’s Catchweight bout, Dejdamrong of Thailand will face Banma Duoji of China.
Next in the Men’s Flyweight fight, Dae Hwan Kim of South Korea will take on Xie Wei of China.
In the Women’s Atomweight fight, Binguyen of Viet Nam will meet against Jenelyn Olsim of the Philippines. In another Men’s bout of Bantamweight, Purev Otgonjargal of Mongolia will fight with Ben Royle of the United Kingdom.
The event does not include the World Championships, but it will be a good match because of the participation of famous fighters, and thus it will be an important fight for Tial Thang.
This is Song Min Jong’s 20th bout, winning 11 of 19 bouts and has faced eight matches losses. Tial Thang has won three straight wins in the ONE history with no loss record.
The Myanmar fighter lives in the United States and trains with well-known Burmese Python Aung La N Sang. Tial Thang joined ONE Championship in 2019 for the fourth time in a row.
The Myanmar star has beat Saroth, a Cambodian national in March 2019, Kim, a South Korean national in December 2019, and also won Paul Lumini in February 2021 respectively. —Ko Nyi Lay/ GNLM

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