“To do something that nobody has ever done is special,” Fabricio Andrade said about his goal of achieving glory in two different sports.

Fabricio Andrade is more than prepared to take advantage of the opportunity to become a two-sport ONE world champion and accomplish what no man or woman has done in the promotion’s illustrious history to this point. Fabricio Andrade is more than ready to do what no man or woman has done in the promotion’s illustrious history to this point.

On November 3, Andrade, the current ONE bantamweight MMA world champion, will compete against fellow titleholder Jonathan Haggerty for the vacant bantamweight kickboxing belt. If Andrade prevails, he would have the opportunity to make history by being the first fighter in MMA history to win both the MMA and kickboxing world championships.

Fabricio Andrade expressed his appreciation to FightWave for the opportunity to carve his name into the annals of MMA history when speaking with FightWave in advance of their highly anticipated champion vs. champion clash at ONE Fight Night 16. The bout is scheduled to take place on November 16, 2018.

The book “Wonder Boy” said:

“There’s a lot of, a big challenge behind all of that,” Andrade said. “All of these are things that make me motivated to take this fight because there’s a lot of, a big challenge behind all of that.” “That’s what gets my blood pumping. When you get the chance to do something that no one else has ever done before, it is a very remarkable opportunity.

Fabricio Andrade defeated John Lineker at ONE Fight Night 7 in February and won his first ONE global championship as a result of his outstanding performance in the bout. ‘Wonder Boy’ secured his fifth finish inside the Circle by compelling Lineker to retire on his stool before the fifth round. This helped further strengthen his reputation as one of the most dangerous attackers in the promotion.

One of the most energetic fighters in ONE, Jonathan Haggerty, who is the current ONE bantamweight Muay Thai world champion, will be standing in his way of achieving triumph in two different weight classes.

In April, ‘The General’ scored a brutal first-round knockout victory over the Thai veteran Nong-O Hama. Since then, he has been working toward the goal of adding a huge name and another 26 pounds of gold to his already amazing CV.

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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