At ONE Fight Night 11, Regian Eersel is prepared to fight for the world title.

Ahead of his next attempt to defend his world title at ONE Fight Night 11: Eersel vs. Menshikov, which was shown on Prime Video, Regian Eersel discussed the mindset of a champion.

The ONE lightweight Muay Thai and kickboxing world champion is thrilled to compete for the second time this year, this time against ONE newcomer Dmitry Menshikov, who will put his abilities to the test.

The event, which will take place on June 9 in the illustrious Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Bangkok, will be shown live and without charge in North America on Amazon Prime Video.

Ever since he signed with ONE Championship in 2018, Eersel has established himself as a formidable opponent who cannot be ignored. However, he already had a significant amount of experience fighting before we met him. “The Immortal” has already won the world championship in kickboxing for the MFC and was the super middleweight world champion for Lion Fight. He has everything it takes to be successful.

Regian Eersel is focused solely on one thing as he prepares for his upcoming fight since he is eagerly anticipating it. On Instagram, where he had posted the whole event card, he riled up his devoted following with the following message:

“Only Violence!! One Month Left,” the message read.
Take a look at the complete card down below:

Fabricio Andrade, who holds the title of ONE bantamweight world champion, and Sam-A Gaiyanghadao, a legendary striker, are also experiencing the buzz of a championship bout. The following comments made by them both online helped to bolster their respective positions:

Fabricio Andrade:

“Let’s go champ”
Sam-A Gaiyanghadao:

“Let’s go 🔥🔥🔥”
Following two consecutive victories in Muay Thai competition against the Thai superstar Sinsamut Klinmee, Regian Eersel is entering the foray in excellent form and on a wave of momentum. Because he is the first ruler, ‘The Immortal’ has never had his immortality put to the proof by European blood.

Dmitry Menshikov, who is 25 years old, will not be an easy opponent to beat. Over the course of the past six years, the Russian striker has amassed a winning run of 11 bouts. Menshikov defeated some of the best strikers in the world throughout those 11 bouts, racking up six knockout victories and five decision victories.

In the month of July, you should prepare yourselves for nothing less than a full-on conflict between Regian Eersel and Dmitry Menshikov; it’s going to be a spectacular event to remember.

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