John Lineker explains why he is a better knockout artist than his competitor Kim Jae Woong.

When the knockout artists John Lineker and Kim Jae Woong meet in the ring at Lumpinee Stadium on August 4, there is little doubt that fireworks will fly.

Styles do make fights, and this key bantamweight match-up between two certified headhunters is definitely one of the most sought-after bouts of the forthcoming ONE Fight Night 13: Allazov vs. Grigorian on Prime Video. Both fighters are known for their relentless pursuit of their opponents’ heads.

Due to the fact that both competitors have a history of creating violent finishes, it is not anticipated that this three-round bout would go the distance.

However, in regard to “Hands of Stone,” he will be the one to leave “The Mecca of Muay Thai” with his awareness unharmed and a victory under his belt:

“As I mentioned before, he is a striker who works in the long distance, but I prefer to focus more on working in the short distance. According to what he said to ONE Championship, “I believe that I can hit him more with my striking.”

Lineker, who formerly held the title of ONE bantamweight world champion, is currently on the road to redemption in his quest to recapture his old title.

Fabricio Andrade, the current master of the category, was able to knock out the 33-year-old competitor at ONE Fight Night 7 in February of last year.

Lineker hopes to demonstrate that he still has a lot left in the tank by beginning a fresh winning run and obtaining another shot at the fighter known as “Wonderboy.” Lineker has 17 knockouts in his 35 career wins.

We have already seen how much damage the Brazilian can do at close range, particularly when he connects on those nasty hooks and uppercuts. We have also seen how much damage the Brazilian can do at long range.

On the other hand, Kim Jae Woong will not make things simple for him.

After wrecking devastation in the featherweight category, “The Fighting God” will now move up to the 145-pound divisions in an attempt to unseat Lineker as the number one fighter in those rankings.

The Korean attacker has a history of knocking out former world champions, most notably Martin Nguyen and Kevin Belingon, both of whom were finished off by him in dominant fashion.

At ONE Fight Night 13, there will definitely be a fireworks display, so don’t miss it! The entire nine-fight spectacular will be broadcast live on US Primetime at no additional cost to those in North America who have a Prime Video subscription and are logged in to watch it.

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