Arian Sadikovic feels that he has accomplished a lot thanks to his victory over Nieky Holzken. The Bosnian-German slugger, on the other hand, was left with the same sensation after being given the opportunity to compete inside the renowned Lumpinee Boxing Stadium.
Fans flocked in droves to the world-famous arena on the night of June 9 to see ONE Fight Night 11, with the hopes of catching some action-packed bouts that included mixed martial arts (MMA), muay thai, submission grappling, and kickboxing. Even though there were several incredible knockouts on the packed card, the fights that went the full distance were applauded just as enthusiastically by the audience.
An illustration of this can be found in the fight between Arian Sadikovic and Nieky Holzken.
During the back-and-forth conflict, both combatants had brief periods of superiority over the other. However, as the fight neared its halfway point, Holzken was unable to compete with the level of intensity displayed by Fightschool Hannover and Team CSK.
For his part, the 28-year-old slugger turned up the pressure at every available chance, throwing blows in bunches that ultimately led to him being awarded a decisive victory by unanimous decision.
Arian Sadikovic was thrilled by his triumph against the multiple-time kickboxing world champion, but he also stated that the mood inside the mecca of Muay Thai was unparalleled. This was despite the fact that he was overjoyed by his victory. The combatant who goes by the name ‘Game Over’ said:
“It was great. The environment was pleasant to be in. There were quite a few of my close friends there. It was of a very high quality.
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There hasn’t been any news or confirmation on who he will face next, but he has one name and aim in mind right now: the ONE lightweight kickboxing world title held by Regian Eersel.
Fans located in North America can watch a replay of ONE Fight Night 11 on Amazon Prime Video in order to relive every moment of the action.