Superbon believes top five featherweights in ONE Championship are on equal footing

Superbon Singha Mawynn is considered to be one of the best strikers in the world, pound-for-pound, and she is a former world champion in the featherweight division of ONE kickboxing.

The Thai superstar, who is 32 years old, was at the top of the heap not so long ago, with a three-fight winning streak in the organization. During that run, the great Italian-Armenian Giorgio ‘The Doctor’ Petrosyan finished with a knockout that was awarded the “Knockout of the Year” title.

However, Superbon was knocked from his lofty perch and placed back into the lion’s den that is the featherweight top five after suffering an unexpected stoppage loss to Chingiz Allazov in January of this year at ONE Fight Night 6. Allazov is currently the reigning king of the featherweight kickboxing division.

There, the level of competitiveness is really high. It’s like a tank filled with talented sharks, and the fighters are all ready to tear each other to shreds.

Superbon was asked about the promotion’s featherweight kickboxing category in a recent interview with ONE Championship. He provided his thoughts on the competition. The famous Thai actor stated:

“In my opinion, everyone of the top five competitors in this division is just as good as the next. Everyone has the same potential for success or failure.
The top five featherweight kickboxers are as follows: Superbon at number one, Marat Grigorian at number two, Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong at number three, the legendary Giorgio Petrosyan at number four, and Tayfun Ozcan at number five.

At this point, the man who calls the shots is none other than Belarusian-Azerbaijani Allazov, who is slated to compete against Grigorian at ONE Fight Night 13.

In the meanwhile, if Superbon prevails against his subsequent opponent, he will be eligible for another shot at the championship belt. The fight between Superbon Singha Mawynn and ‘Turbine’ Tayfun Ozcan will take place on ONE Fight Night 11: Eersel vs. Menshikov, which will be broadcast on Prime Video.

On Friday, June 9, the event will be televised live from the famous Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand, and will be available to stream for free to fans in the United States and Canada who have an active subscription to Amazon Prime Video.

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