Video-Reug Reug Ends Alain Ngalani at ONE Championship Debut – MMA Sports

Cult hero Senagaris wrestler Umar Kane, also known as “Leg Roig,” who debuted under the ONE Championship flag, certainly didn’t take long to settle around him— Alan’Panther’Ngarani Stops Kickboxing Talent..

‘Reug Reug’ debuted under the ARES banner in December 2019, clashing with Sofiane Boukichou and improving the professional record in mixed martial arts to 2-0 after finishing the French in the second round. ..

After a call from the referee, Olivier Coste increased the action primarily after kicking the leg, and after kicking some stiff liver from Ngalani at the ONE: Unbreakable 2 event, “Reug Reug” was a wrestling background. Using, shot a fairly simple takedown and scored Ngalani, Before ending with a long strike barrage, Request the referee to stop the action.Full footage of the battle has been officially posted ONE Championship YouTube Channel..

Ngarani, who suffered a second defeat in Cameroon’s 45-year-old striker strike, faced event headliner Mauroceriri in March 2019, dropping a knockout in the first round on a knee strike. The famous Muay Thai practitioner was constantly linked to the promotion rookie, the decorated former UFC heavyweight champion Vitor Belfort, but the pairing didn’t fail.

Promotions pair him with the next person, given that “Leug Roig” won against someone in Ngarani’s respect in his second professional fight, which debuted under the banner of Chatri Sitton. It will be interesting to see the plan-especially the matching of Abdul Basil Vagabov on the same card as fellow heavyweight, Seriri.

Due to the defeat from Senegal, Ngarani fell professionally to 4-6 (1) and all his 11 outings were placed under the ONE Championship flag. The veteran held the fastest finish record in the history of the organization and stopped Hideki Sekine with a one-punch knockout in just 11 seconds at ONE: Total Victory in September 2017.

– MMA Sports

Video-Reug Reug Ends Alain Ngalani at ONE Championship Debut Video-Reug Reug Ends Alain Ngalani at ONE Championship Debut

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