ONE Battleground: Aung La N Sang ‘learning through the losses’, aims to get belt back

ONE Battleground: Aung La N Sang ‘learning through the losses’, aims to get belt back

Aung La N Sangs preparation has been a learning experience.
His last triumph came against MMA veteran and ex-UFC heavyweight contender, Brandon Vera, in December 2019. Despite the current problems with successive champion beats, La N Sang feels that he has dealt with the losses well and eagerly anticipates a new beginning.
” I work a lot on my wrestling, my grappling,” La N Sang stated throughout his pre-fight scrum. “I deal with a great deal of various physique that give me a tough time. And just selecting really tough rounds and working with a great deal of terrific people at Sanford [MMA] helped me. And burning the midnight oil nights with my trainers and my coaches and trying to fix my holes simply to end up being a much better total combined martial artist. Like I stated, you understand, I lost, but its alright. Im gaining from the losses, and Im attempting to improve. We train and we spar so hard. Like, these fights, they do not take a lot out of me due to the fact that of the preparation. So I just want to become a higher-level performer and a better mixed martial artist.”.
La N Sang enters the bout at 26-12, 1 NC and seeks to get back in title contention with a win.

The losses to De Ridder were La N Sangs very first given that January 2017. After losing to Vitaly Bigdash, he combated him in an instant rematch in June 2017.
After then, La N Sang became a two-division champion, defeating the similarity Alain Ngalani and Ken Hasegawa throughout his seven-fight winning streak.

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YANGON, MYANMAR – JUNE 30: Aung La N Sang prepares to deal with Vitaly Bigdash at ONE Championship Light Of A Nation at the Thuwunna Indoor Stadium on June 30, 2017 in Yangon, Myanmar. (Photo by Dux Carvajal/ONE Championship/Getty Images).
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Aung La N Sang is excited to one day reclaim gold.
Aung La N Sang is excited to lastly make his go back to the ONE Championship circle after back-to-back title fight losses to Reinier De Ridder in the light heavyweight department. For the second time in 2021, La N Sang will seek to re-establish himself as one of the best fighters the promotion has to use when he handles Leonardo Atadies at ONE: Battleground on Friday night.

” I work a lot on my fumbling, my grappling,” La N Sang said during his pre-fight scrum. “I work with a lot of different body types that provide me a difficult time. And working late nights with my trainers and my coaches and trying to repair my holes simply to become a much better total combined martial artist. I just desire to end up being a higher-level performer and a much better blended martial artist.”.