Kwon Won-il (28) will compete with the top 5 in Asia’s largest group One Championship, a mixed martial arts bantamweight official ranking.
According to ONE Championship on the 29th, ‘ONE Fight Night 11’ will be held on June 10 at Lumpini Stadium (capacity: 5,000) in Bangkok, Thailand. Kwon Won-il, 4th in the One Championship bantamweight class, faces 5th ranked Artem Bellach (27, Russia).
ONE Fight Night 11 is a competition to match the main card schedule so that it can be watched live on the global OTT service ‘Amazon Prime Video’ from 8:00 pm on June 9 in New York, USA.
Kwon Won-il wants to continue the momentum he made by TKO Mark Abelardo (32, New Zealand/Philippines), the winner of season 3 of the martial arts reality program ‘One Warrior Series (OWS)’, with an uppercut following a counter knee kick in November last year.
Bellach won a unanimous decision victory over Leandro Issa (40, Brazil) in his One Championship debut in October of last year. He was recognized for his ‘top 5’ skills by beating the experienced director of the bantamweight championship match.
Kwon Won-il has accumulated experience in major tournaments that cannot be compared with Bellach, as his One Championship record of 7 wins and 4 losses suggests. He raised his name value by defeating one championship Filipino strongmen such as featherweight champion Eric Kelly (41) and former bantamweight champion Kevin Bellingon (36).카지노사이트
Bellach succeeded in advancing to the One Championship by defeating ‘Shooto Brazil’ champion Elvis Silva (34) and Russian AMC bantamweight title match career Nikita Voltabayev (27, Kazakhstan).
Kwon Won-il’s greatest strength as a mixed martial artist is his good physical condition in the bantamweight class, such as height of 178 cm-wingspan (shoulder + arms) 182 cm, and KO win rate of 83.3% (10/12).
Bellach is not tall at 170cm, but as the submission win rate of 70% (7/10) suggests, he has excellent decision-making power to win surrenders with Jiu-Jitsu techniques. The guillotine choke, rear naked choke, and triangle choke are especially good at chokes.
Kwon Won-il has a painful memory of suffering two losses in the One Championship because he could not get out of the choke and arthrosis. It is a mid-to-long-range strike that saves a long reach, and the key is how much Bellah won’t give you a chance to approach.