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Aung La N Sang feels that Martin Nguyen needs to come back and train in Florida

LockerRoom Team
07 November 2022

Former ONE Championship double champion Aung La N Sang feels that his former teammate Martin Nguyen needs to come back and train at Kill Cliff MMA in Florida.

Aung La opened about the same during his interview with MMA Superfan and was addressing the recent run of Nguyen. A former multi-weight champion, Nguyen is 1-3 in his last four fights in ONE Championship and in his last fight, he was stopped by Ilya Freymanov.

The Burmese Python talked about the fight and broke down Nguyen’s game.

"Yeah he [Nguyen] needs to come back and train. He needs to come back and train at Kill Cliff FC right now to get better looks. I feel like he was doing a lot of boxing, which is good, but Freymanov did a good job of kicking and showing the knee,” Aung La said.

Nguyen currently holds a professional MMA record of 14-6 to his name and has been part of ONE Championship since 2014. He has been part of some exciting fights in the promotion and has held two titles as well.

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Kill Cliff FC, formerly known as Sanford MMA, has played host to a long list of champions including former UFC Welterweight champion Kamaru Usman, Former Bellator champion Michael Chandler, Former UFC Welterweight champion Robbie Lawler, Anthony Johnson among others.

As for Aung La, he is set to fight Yushin Okami next at ONE 163. Aung La will be looking to bounce back from his loss against Vitaly Bigdash when he faces the Japanese Icon. Aung La has noted that he is planning to win back the ONE Middleweight title but admitted that it might take him a year to achieve the same.

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