Jonathan Haggerty says fight camp is great, prepares for war against Mongkolpetch

Jonathan Haggerty be prepared to show his best form as he returns to the Circle against Mongkolpetch at ONE: Bad blood.

The two standout professionals will meet in a three-round Muay Thai flyweight match at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Friday, February 11.

Last week, Haggerty took to Instagram to point out the impressive results during training for the Thai star.

The flyweight Muay Thai 2nd place contender posted a 29-second clip of him performing 50 left kicks to the pad, showing he’s ready for his latest challenge in ONE.

“Faster, smarter, faster and stronger. The fight camp was awesome. “

In his last match of the promotion in Singapore, the British star delivered a decisive unanimous victory over Taiki Naito.

Last year, he competed in an event in Dublin, Ireland, and defeated French striker Arthur Meyer to win the ISKA Muay Thai Lightweight World Championship.

Jonathan Haggerty is hoping to capitalize on this momentum in 2022. The 24-year-old has made it clear that his goal is to regain ONE flyweight world title he lost. Rodtang during their first meeting in August 2019.

Based on his latest workout videos on Instagram, ‘The General’ is definitely poised to make a case for a world championship title.

Who is Jonathan Haggerty fighting at ONE: Bad Blood?

‘General’s opponent, Mongkolpetch, is a flyweight 4th Muay Thai candidate.

Mongkolpetch knocked out 5th-placed Elias Mahmoudi in his final match under the ONE Super Series banner. The star from Bangkok relied on his crisp kicks, slits and hooks to get the winning goal.

More impressively, the Petchyindee Academy star has so far had a perfect run in the Circle, picking up four decisive wins in four outings.

Jonathan Haggerty may be his toughest opponent in the Circle to date, but the decorated resume and Thai’s 116-win record mean he will be ready to take on the original player. London is tall.

Expect fireworks as two world Muay Thai champions trade leather goods in Singapore. The Englishman’s powerful left-back shots, splits and elbows are sure to break through the opposition’s defence. However, Mongkolpetch’s linear attacks and good squeeze technique will reduce the opponent’s dominance inside the Circle. Jonathan Haggerty says fight camp is great, prepares for war against Mongkolpetch


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