Jarred Brooks, the current holder of the ONE strawweight world championship, has stated that he will fight anyone who is interested in challenging him for the title and that all it will take is a callout for the fight to take place.
In December, “The Monkey God” won a majority decision over longstanding champion Joshua Pacio of the Philippines, which propelled him to the top of the strawweight division and earned him the title of “King of the Strawweights.”
Jarred Brooks, being the genuine fighter that he is, does not intend to maintain his title for extended periods of time and is open to taking on any and all challenges that come his way. He stated that anyone who wanted to oppose him just needed to make their intentions clear and “call him out.”
The standout from the Mash Fight Team, who is 30 years old, provided this information with ONE Championship, saying:
“All they have to do is say, ‘Hey, let’s fight,'” I said. I have the need to fight. I want to be successful financially. I should have a baby around this time soon. To put it another way, I have more faith in my abilities than anyone else competing at flyweight or strawweight. Therefore, people need to confront me about it.
Next week, Jarred Brooks will compete for the world title in the flyweight submission grappling division of ONE Championship. This comes as he waits for his next opponent in the strawweight division of mixed martial arts.
In the all-American co-headlining title showdown at ONE Fight Night 13 on Prime Video in Bangkok, the fighter originally from Indiana will compete against Mikey Musumeci, who holds the title of reigning flyweight grappling world champion.
The fight between two champions will take place in the Lumpinee Boxing Stadium, and Prime Video users in North America will be able to watch it live and for free on their streaming service.
Jarred Brooks is striving to become a two-time ONE world champion, therefore in preparation for the fight for the championship, he is going to compete at a heavier weight class.
After winning the world championship in September of last year, Mikey Musumeci will be making his third attempt to defend his title.
In his most recent bout, which took place in May in the United States, “Darth Rigatoni” defeated Osamah Almarwai of Yemen after forcing him to tap out to a rear-naked choke from behind.