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Chingiz Allazov is praised by Superbon as ‘the better man’ for his achievements.


Superbon Singha Mawynn is a prideful competitor and former titleholder in the sport of featherweight kickboxing, but he isn’t so proud that he won’t give credit where credit is due. He was the former world champion in this weight class.

The Bangkok native, who is now 32 years old, suffered a devastating knockout loss in the second round to Chingiz ‘Chinga’ Allazov at ONE Fight Night 6 in January of last year. Allazov is currently the reigning featherweight king. Superbon was completely and totally overpowered by the Belarusian-Azerbaijani, and when it was all said and done, he ended up handing over his prized ONE gold.

Instead of offering explanations for his disappointing performance, though, Superbon made a solemn oath to get better and to improve himself.

Superbon acknowledged Allazov’s accomplishments in a recent interview with ONE Championship.

The spokesman for Singha Mawynn stated that

“I put in a lot of work to prepare for that fight, but he was simply the more skilled competitor that evening.”
According to Superbon, he has since taken a step back and examined his game, and he has discovered areas of his skill set that he can hone and strengthen. This week, the 32-year-old will have the opportunity to demonstrate those advancements while competing at home in Bangkok.

It is widely anticipated that Superbon Singha Mawynn, a former ONE featherweight kickboxing world champion and the current No.1-ranked featherweight kickboxing contender in ONE Championship, will make his return to action against No.5-ranked ‘Turbine’ Tayfun Ozcan of Turkey and The Netherlands. Superbon Singha Mawynn will be competing against Tayfun Ozcan of Turkey and The Netherlands.

At ONE Fight Night 11: Eersel vs. Menshikov, the two best featherweights in the world will square off against each other on Prime Video.

On Friday, June 9, the event will be streamed live and completely free to fans in the United States and Canada who have a valid Amazon Prime subscription. The broadcast will originate from the famous Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.

Keep an eye on Sportskeeda so you don’t miss any of the breaking news and other updates regarding the event.

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