Jonathan Di Bella, the reigning and undisputed ONE strawweight kickboxing world champion, is poised to make his maiden defense of his world title with a level head, calm demeanor, and complete composure. This self-assurance is a direct result of the extensive preparation he has put into researching his subsequent adversary, ‘Mini T’ Danial Williams, who hails from both Australia and Thailand.
At ONE Fight Night 15: Tawanchai vs. Superbon, which will be streamed live on Prime Video, Di Bella is scheduled to defend his strawweight kickboxing crown against Williams. On Friday, October 6, the event will be telecast live from the illustrious Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Bangkok, which is located in Thailand.
In a recent interview with ONE Championship, Di Bella discussed the upcoming opponent he would be facing and expressed his thoughts on them.
The Canadian-Italian superstar was quoted as saying:
“There are many things that I notice [about him]. My impression is that he possesses an excellent straight right hand. He has a wide variety of low kicks and calf kicks that are very effective. His belligerence and his unyielding nature.
Fans are getting worked up and eager for what is likely going to end up being a contender for “Fight of the Year” thanks to this amazing battle between two tough strikers. Di Bella is absolutely bursting with self-assurance because he is completely aware of what to anticipate from a man named “Mini T.”
Having said all of this, the Canadian-based fighter, who is 27 years old and fights out of, says he will continue to analyze Williams’ previous fights in order to get a better read on him.
Di Bella continued, saying
“I have to look at all of the other fights he’s been in and see what he’s done on the winning end.”
Fans in the United States and Canada have the opportunity to watch ONE Fight Night 15 live and for free on Amazon Prime Video. The event will take place in New York City.
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