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ONE Championship: Qiu Jianliang is lurking for a quick knockout with Hiroki Akimoto

‘Tank’ Qiu Jianliang is ready to make a splash in his ONE Championship debut. The 31-year-old from Bengbu is looking to catch his first opponent in the Circle.

Qiu Jianliang will face Japan’s Hiroki Akimoto at ONE: Winter Warriors, which will be broadcast live from the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Friday, December 3.

Speaking to ONE Championship in a recent interview, Qiu Jianliang detailed his thoughts on this next matchup.

“[I want to] Take him down as soon as possible. The fight will be great because I’m really hungry and I’ve been training and waiting for two years. I’m at my best now. I’m like a hungry lion looking for food inside the ring, to win more… This is the first fight that I’ve rested in two years, and I’m in good shape now. best, let’s see. ”


Qiu Jianliang wants to declare in his first appearance in the Circle

Qiu Jianliang is currently ranked by Combat Press as the second best featherweight super boxer in the world and is looking to make a real impact in the ONE Super Series.

The Chinese superstar is trying to finish early on Akimoto and then win the Capitan Petchyindee Academy bantamweight kickboxing world title ONE.

Needless to say, Qiu Jianliang is keen to become China’s first men’s ONE world champion. Memories of the best boxers in the world will only help him establish his status as one of the best boxers on the planet.

As for why he deserves an instant gold with his win over Akimoto, Qiu Jianliang told ONE Championship:

“I focus more on myself than on my opponent because if you focus more on your opponent, your opponent can always surprise you. If you focus on yourself, you will be unbeatable. That is my job.

“It will be a great fight if I go up against Capitan, who holds the bantamweight belt at ONE. Of course I feel that I am worthy and I will show you why I say that I am.”

Qiu Jianliang is extremely confident in his own abilities in the Circle. Therefore, he did not mind what weapons his opponents possessed in their arsenal.

Jianliang, who is considered the ‘leader of Chinese kickboxing’, will certainly be eager to improve his 51-7 record against a younger Japanese opponent.

Qiu Jianliang seems ready for his debut and the knockout against Akimoto will surely get him a spot in the rankings, if not a shot at the ONE world title.


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