Aung La N Sang competes against Alexandre Machado for the vacant ONE light heavyweight world championship on Friday, February 23 at Thuwana indoor stadium in Yangon.
“The Burmese Python” Aung La N Sang scored a decisive first-round knockout victory over Alexandre Machado to win the vacant ONE Light Heavyweight World Championship. Aung La N Sang got the job done in just 56 seconds, knocking out Machado with a thunderous high kick. With his remarkable conquest of Machado, Aung La N Sang now has both the ONE Middleweight World Championship and ONE Light Heavyweight World Championship titles in his possession.
His record moves to 22-10-0-1, while Machado drops to 8-3.
Just to remind you, Martin Nguyen is no longer the only two-division king of ONE Championship.
Check out the thunderous knockout below:
Aung La N Sang made quick work of game contender Alexandre Machado to walk away as your new ONE Light Heavyweight World Champion, and now historic two-division world champion! #QuestForGold #Yangon #MartialArts pic.twitter.com/CFt9Ju2JyG
— ONE Championship (@ONEChampionship) February 23, 2018