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WATCH as John Lineker acquires a terrifying power in advance of his battle with Stephen Loman

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This week, as he prepares for his upcoming mixed martial arts match against Stephen Loman, former ONE bantamweight world champion John Lineker has been demonstrating some insane power.

The Brazilian superstar has always had great success in the past when he has attempted to knock his opponents unconscious by utilizing his explosiveness. Even though it’s a straightforward strategy for the game, Lineker almost always hits the target with a deadly impact.

This week, the 33-year-old veteran has been working on his combos, and he has rehearsed every exercise in the book in order to get ready for another knockout and to keep his position as the top-ranked contender in his weight class.

He posted a video on Instagram of his most recent boxing workout, along with a statement that has had all of the MMA fans on social media worked up.

This is what Lineker said, translated:

“I’m ready for another one,” the boxer said.

Check out some of the responses from fans down below:

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His victory over Kim Jae Woong at ONE Fight Night 13 in August of this past year was one of the most impressive comeback efforts that John Lineker has put on to this time. In spite of the fact that he was trailing Kim on the scorecards by a narrow margin, he turned up the pressure, and with only four seconds left in the battle, he knocked Kim out with a powerful punch that ended the fight.

On Friday, September 29, at ONE Fight Night 14: Stamp vs. Ham, Lineker is now scheduled to compete against fast-rising talent ‘The Sniper’ Stephen Loman, making a swift turnaround from their previous bout. If Lineker is successful in his bout against Loman, who has a record of 17-2 overall, there is a possibility that Fabricio Andrade may challenge him to a trilogy bout for the ONE bantamweight world title.

Watch the fight between John Lineker and Stephen Loman, as well as the rest of ONE Fight Night 14’s bouts, on Amazon Prime Video in both the United States and Canada.

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