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Vietnam's top Muay Thai fighter will compete in ONE Championship in Singapore

Vietnam's top Muay Thai fighter, Nguyen Tran Duy Nhat, will face Japanese fighter Yuta Watanabe in the ONE: Edge of Greatness event to be held in Singapore Indoor Stadium on November 22.

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Vietnam's top Muay Thai fighter, Nguyen Tran Duy Nhat will compete in the ONE: Edge of Greatness in Singapore. — Photo techrum.vn

 

Nhat is an undefeated Muay Thai fighter of Vietnam, triumphing at all national championships as well as many international tournaments, particularly the victory over Muay Thai star, Victor Pinto in Thai Fight championship in 2015. This year, Nhat also made headlines when he won the World Lethwei Championship for the second time.

Earlier, Nhat knocked out Malaysian Azwan Che Wi at the Asian biggest martial arts event ONE: Immortal Triumph held in HCM City last month.

Nhat’s rival, Watanabe is the champion of many events including MAJKF, J-Network, WPMF Super Bantamweight Championships, and WMC Muay Thai Open. He has had 19 wins, nine losses and three draws in the professional Muay Thai.

The upcoming match will be a chance for the Vietnamese star Nhat to hone his skills and gain experience for the SEA Games in the Philippines this year.

Besides the match between Nhat and Watanabe, the event will see legend Nong-O Gaiyanghadao of Thailand vs his teammate Saemapetch Fairtex; Singapore’s Amir Khan vs Malaysian martial arts star Ev Ting; Tiffany Teo of Singapore vs Maira Mazar of Brazil. VNS

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