Danial Williams is focused on improving several aspects of his game, including the following: “I need to take that into consideration for my strategy.”

As he prepares to compete in ONE Fight Night 15, Danial Williams is more dedicated than ever before to being the greatest version of himself that is possible.

Williams has become an almost overnight sensation as a result of his performances within the squared circle all throughout his time competing in ONE Championship. ‘Mini T’ is always dependable, whether he is competing head-to-head with someone like Rodtang Jitmuangnon or standing up to confront Superlek Kiatmoo9 at the eleventh hour.

Even though he enjoys putting on a show for the spectators, he is going to need a new sort of mental focus on October 6 because he will have the chance to actually demonstrate that he is an expert martial artist. In order to win the ONE strawweight kickboxing world championship, he will compete against Jonathan Di Bella in the illustrious Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.

Although you can rest assured that you will be treated to an entertaining battle whenever Williams is on the world stage, he is putting in a lot of work behind the scenes to ensure that this will be the finest performance he has given to far.

The Australian-Thai fighter has been looking back at his career in order to make the appropriate adjustments as he prepares for his second championship challenge under the ONE Championship banner. His thinking has been laser-focused in preparation for the bout, which will be his second title defense.

In an interview that was conducted exclusively for Sportskeeda, Danial Williams said that, in preparation for his match in the capital of Thailand, he has been watching videos of his previous kickboxing matches in order to improve his game.

In his words:

“I’ve been watching my previous kickboxing matches, putting a lot of emphasis on focusing and improving myself because it’s an essential part of my game plan.”

ONE Fight Night 15 will be broadcast live and for free during primetime in the United States for viewers in North America who have a current membership to Amazon Prime Video.

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