According to Liam Nolan, fighting is about more than just physically defeating an opponent: The phrase “it’s never just a fight” doesn’t apply here.

Being a martial artist, in the eyes of Liam Nolan, is about more than just sparring with another athlete inside of a ring or circle.

After years of hard work and dedication, the British striker sees it as a way to attain greatness and will run it back against Sinsamut Klinmee in a lightweight Muay Thai fight at ONE Fight Night 16.

The athlete from Knowlesy Academy laid down what the martial arts mean to him in front of his return on the loaded November 3 bill, which takes place inside the famed Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand. This event takes place in Thailand.

In an interview with ONE Championship, Liam Nolan stated:

“It’s not easy. In the context of our sport, we have all been there. The competition is so cutthroat and brutal. We are these big, tough men who compete against one another, but the wins and losses mean a lot to everyone of us on an individual level. It’s a really private setting.

Every time we set foot in that establishment, we put the means by which we support ourselves at risk. Therefore, the result is really important to us. Fights are seldom the only thing at stake.
According to the boxer known as “Lethal,” anything can be accomplished so long as one has clear objectives in mind and maps out a methodical strategy for getting there.

Despite the fact that he started his promotional run with a pair of losses, which are periods that might have completely broken down a fighter, the champion of the Roar Combat League decided to power up at his gym in order to correct his deficiencies.

The 26-year-old striker has compiled three wins from four promotional outings since his sophomore outing at ONE: Dreams of Gold in August 2019 – the lone loss coming to Sinsamut when they traded leather at ONE 159 last year. Since his sophomore outing at ONE: Dreams of Gold in August 2019, the striker has made his debut at ONE: Dreams of Gold.

Liam Nolan has a chance to get revenge for his loss at ONE Fight Night 16, as well as a remote possibility of perhaps booking a ticket to a world championship bout against the reigning king of his class, Regian Eersel. As a result, Liam Nolan is almost completely motivated to bring his best version on fight night.

Catch the entirety of the event live on Friday, November 3, during primetime in the United States to find out whether or not he will be successful in his endeavor. Amazon Prime Video members in North America who are currently streaming can watch the event for free.

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