After a couple of training sessions with the current ONE featherweight kickboxing world champion Chingiz Allazov, Sinsamut Klinmee acknowledged that he had a significant amount of ground to make up in the stand-up portion of their sport.
At the same time that the visiting Azerbaijani and Belarusian striker was honing his skills at Pattaya’s Venum Training Camp over the weekend, the former ONE lightweight Muay Thai world championship contender was doing the same thing.
Last year, Sinsamut made an immediate impact in both his debut and his sophomore outing. He earned two knockout victories in the second round, one against the Dutch legend Nieky Holzken and the other over the English firecracker Liam Nolan.
Since he suffered two consecutive losses at the hands of the Dutch-Suriname star Regian Eersel, things have not gone very well for him and have not flowed particularly smoothly.
Sinsamut, however, is a man who has strived to achieve his goals ever since he was a child, and he vows to make a proclamation upon his return to the kingdom.
Being able to rub elbows and practice hitting the pads with a striker as ferocious as Chingiz Allazov might provide him with a wealth of knowledge and push him closer to achieving his objective. The 27-year-old person posted a picture of them online along with the following caption:
“I must be better.”
Within a few minutes, the two-time holder of the K-1 world championship reacted with two emojis: a praying face and a single finger pointing upward. Together, these represent the phrase “praying for you to reach the top.”
Even though it hasn’t been decided yet who the Thai will compete against in the following round, the visiting superstar already has it all planned out.
The main event of ONE Fight Night 13 will take place on Friday, August 4, and will see the bearded king of the division defending his recently won world title against the Armenian dynamo Marat Grigorian.
Chingiz Allazov wants to extend his reign at the top of the world’s most competitive striking class by winning his third fight of the year and making it two victories from two fights so far in 2019.
On August 4, fans in the North American region who have an active Amazon Prime Video subscription will be able to see all of the action online.