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“It was an easy choice for me,” Liam Nolan says of his decision to pursue martial arts rather than engage in risky behaviors, and he has no regrets about his decision.


Liam Nolan, a standout athlete from the United Kingdom, does not look back with regret on the decision to devote his life to martial arts.

After all, attempting to succeed in the fight game is not an easy task to undertake. If you ask any professional fighter in the world, they will unequivocally tell you that a career in combat sports involves a significant amount of dedication as well as a great deal of self-sacrifice.

You spend your time working hard and going to the gym in the hopes that one day you will be able to compete on a global scale, rather than spending your time playing video games or going out with your friends.

Liam Nolan, a startling sensation, has done just that, and he has absolutely no regrets about the decisions he has made since it is those choices that have brought him to ONE Fight Night 16 on November 3. Those choices have led him to ONE Fight Night 16 on November 3.

‘Lethal’ stated the following in a recent interview with ONE Championship:

“I blew a lot of opportunities. When I was younger, I used to devote every waking moment of my life to practicing. Everyone I knew was out and about, attending parties and other social events. To tell you the truth, I even liked myself when I was in the gym. It was an easy decision for me to make because I’ve always wanted to be there.

To this point, it appears that Nolan’s sacrifice has been worthwhile, as evidenced by the fact that he has 21 victories to his name, three of which have come under the banner of ONE Championship.

‘Lethal’ will aim to add another major triumph to his CV when he runs back his clash with Thai superstar Sinsamut Klinmee in July 2022. The fight will take place at the illustrious Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.

In the first time that these two competitors faced each other, Sinsamut emerged victorious after scoring a knockout just 62 seconds into the second round. After earning a victory by unanimous decision over Eddie Abasolo in November of last year, Nolan will seek to even up the series and keep his momentum going when they fight again.

On Friday, November 3, at 9 p.m. Eastern Time (U.S. primetime), Amazon Prime Video users in North America will be able to watch ONE Fight Night 16: Haggerty vs. Andrade live on Prime Video. This event will air during the primetime period in the United States.

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