Superbon is intent on winning back the world title and has expressed interest in a rematch with Chingiz Allazov.

Superbon Singha Mawynn, a former ONE featherweight kickboxing world champion, wants nothing more than to remove the sour taste of a loss he suffered earlier this year against Chingiz Allazov by beating the Belarusian-Azerbaijani in a rematch. He believes that if he is successful in this endeavor, he will be able to move on from the failure.

In point of fact, the native of Bangkok, who is now 32 years old, is obsessed with someday putting a stop to that injustice. But Superbon also maintains that regaining the ONE global title is the most important thing, placing it above all other concerns.

The featherweight championship bout between Allazov and Marat Grigorian is scheduled to take place at ONE Fight Night 13 later this year. Superbon claims that he wants a shot at the belt regardless of who is currently holding the title.

In the official post-fight interview for ONE Fight Night 11, which took place backstage, the spokesperson for Singha Mawynn stated:

“But whoever wins and has the belt, I want to take the belt first, and then I will have the rematch after.”

At ONE Fight Night 6 in January 2018, Allazov knocked out Superbon with a surprise knockout inside of the first two rounds. This resulted in Superbon losing the belt to Allazov. Since then, the rising star from Thailand has put in a lot of work to better his entire performance, and he displayed those efforts on Friday night.

At ONE Fight Night 11: Eersel vs. Menshikov, the no.1-ranked featherweight kickboxing challenger Superbon Singha Mawynn of Thailand took care of business by scoring another amazing head kick knockout of the no.5-ranked Tayfun ‘Turbine’ Ozcan of Turkey and The Netherlands. Superbon Singha Mawynn defeated Tayfun Ozcan via knockout.

Fans in the United States and Canada who have an active Amazon Prime Video subscription can see a replay of the event after it was broadcast live last Friday, June 9, from the legendary Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Bangkok.

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