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Regarding the production of diss tracks, Jarred Brooks has stated, “I don’t think there’s anybody in mixed martial arts that’s doing that.”


Jarred “The Monkey God” Brooks, the current holder of the strawweight world championship for ONE, likes to engage in trash talking with his opponents in order to get into their heads well before the bout actually takes place. One of the ways that he accomplishes this goal is by creating diss tracks and raps about his adversaries, in which he mocks them and dissects their behaviors through the medium of poetic expression.

Brooks discussed his thought process behind recording diss tunes in a recent interview with ONE Championship. He also stated that he is the only one in the MMA industry who is doing this.

The ‘Monkey God’ had this to say:

“It also requires a significant amount of investigation. Therefore, I will go back and watch these people from the beginning of their mixed martial arts careers up until the present time, when we are at the point where we are right now. I will start at the very top and work my way down. And studying, as well as seeing what I can do to make him think, “Holy shit, this guy knows me,” in the back of his brain while I go about my business. And I want other people to get to know me in this way by demonstrating that I am familiar with the one in question, namely my rival. That I am so deeply committed to winning this game that I will create a track detailing how I will defeat you or how other players have previously defeated you. In light of all of this, it is inevitable that I will emerge victorious over you in the end. Right? Therefore, I don’t believe anyone competing in mixed martial arts is engaging in that practice.

Will he release a diss track directed at his upcoming competitor? We won’t have to wait long to find out.

In the co-main event of ONE Fight Night 13: Allazov vs. Grigorian, which will be broadcast on Prime Video, ONE strawweight world champion ‘The Monkey God’ Jarred Brooks will compete against BJJ genius ‘Darth Rigatoni’ Mikey Musumeci for his ONE flyweight submission grappling world title. Brooks will be defending his title.

On Friday, August 4, the action may be seen live on broadcasts originating from the illustrious Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.

Amazon Prime Video offers subscribers in the United States and Canada the opportunity to watch all of the action at no additional cost.

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