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Sor Rungvisai is Pumped To Defend WBC Belt on October 6 Card

Bangkok, Thailand: The largest global sports media property in Asian history, ONE Championship™ (ONE), has just announced that tickets are now available for the upcoming blockbuster event, ONE: KINGDOM OF HEROES, set for 6 October at the Impact Arena in Bangkok, Thailand.

In the main event, the WBC Super Flyweight World Champion Srisaket Sor Rungvisai will defend his boxing world title. In addition, Thailand’s biggest and brightest martial arts talents are set to take the stage and showcase their incredible skills.

Ticket information for ONE: KINGDOM OF HEROES is available at www.onefc.com

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Sor Rungvisai stated: “I am happy and honored to take part in this historical ONE Championship's event. I was at ONE Championship's event in Bangkok earlier this year, and it blew my mind with its world class production, entertainment, and fights. I would also like to thank everyone who made this possible.

"With ONE Championship opening its doors for athletes like me to showcase our talent on the global stage, it means a lot. This is a new challenge, and I love challenges. I am looking forward to defending my WBC World Title belt in ONE Championship.”

Sor Rungvisai is one of Thailand’s most celebrated pugilists in history, winning the WBC super flyweight world championship on two occasions.

Holding a professional record of 45-4-1 with 40 knockouts, Sor Rungvisai is ranked No. 6 on the pound-for-pound best boxers list of The Ring Magazine.

After regaining the WBC super flyweight world championship in March 2017 and then successfully defending it twice in the United States, Sor Rungvisai will defend his WBC world title in ONE Championship's historical event in Thailand.

Apart from Sor Rungvisai, other local and international martial arts stars are ready to climb atop the ONE Championship ring to showcase their amazing skills.

Don’t miss an exciting martial arts spectacle as ONE: KINGDOM OF HEROES hits Bangkok’s Impact Arena on 6 October! Tickets are now on sale.

User Comments and Feedback
Comment by Julioavr83 on 07-23-2018

He's going to face Iran Diaz a mexican rookie who holds victories over former world champions, Hernan "Tyson" Márquez and Luis ""Nica" Concepción, very tough fight for the mexican but not impossible!.

Comment by Chaba on 07-23-2018

Rungvisai getting peanuts fighting on Superfly even though he is the star attraction, some very wealthy Thai people involved in sports, probably getting better money and no need to travel! Arroyo v Rungvisai would be nice!

Comment by Letmaku on 07-23-2018

retire nietes or be embarrased 😁

Comment by Scopedog on 07-23-2018

A rematch against Estrada would be what I'd want, but the US networks might want to save that for a card in the states.

Comment by badboyz08 on 07-23-2018

not sure who want to go to thailand, money probably not right, hopefully some good name.

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