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Kritsada Kongsrichai. (One Championship Website)

Thai avenges compatriot’s defeat in ONE event

Kritsada Kongsrichai made sure Jeremy Miado would not defeat another Thai fighter.

Kongsrichai exacted revenge for his fellow Thai Dejdamrong Sor Amnuaysirichoke after beating Miado at the One: Spirit of a Warrior at the Thuwunna Indoor Stadium in Yangon, Myanmar on Friday night.

Kongsrichai showed why he was a former national champ in wrestling, quickly bringing the fight to the ground – denying Miado a chance to get his patented striking game – and won via unanimous decision.

In the main event that spilled to early Saturday, Aung La N Sang knocked out Ken Hasegawa with less than two minutes left in their epic showdown for the One middleweight title.

In a pulsating stand-up battle between two well-known grapplers that went down the wire, N Sang sneaked in a huge uppercut over Hasegawa that put the latter down to the canvas for good at the 3:13 mark — or 1:47 left — in the fifth round.

The win assured that the host country hero, who is also the One light heavyweight champ, will still hold two championship belts in his hands. PNA

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