UFC stars and veterans back Adriano Moraes for success at ONE X

Adriano Moraes debuts to showcase why he’s the king of the flyweight division when he takes on 2nd place rival Yuya Wakamatsu at A championship10th anniversary program of, ONE COMMUNITYon March 26.

The Brazilian boxer is looking to defend his world title and leaves the Singapore Indoor Stadium next month with another bold victory. If he does, Moraes will take his name to the next level.

“An honor for me to defend my belt on the biggest card in history @onechampionship!!!! For Tickets to this great event LINK in my BIO!!! ”

However, his Japanese opponent is on a five-match winning streak, so there will be no hikes in the park for the Brazilian jiu-jitsu specialist on March 26. However, one Some of the top martial arts stars backed Adriano Moraes to win the comment section of his latest social media post.

UFC bantamweight star Rani Yahya is one of them. The 37-year-old understood that his compatriot would face a professional knockout, but he did not back the champion.

Screenshot from Adriano Moraes' Instagram post.
Screenshot from Adriano Moraes’ Instagram post.

Before Adriano Moraes’ fight at ONE X, Yahya commented:

“This is yours. Your technique is transcendent. ”

UFC light heavyweight contender Thiago Santos and former UFC heavyweight star Thiago Alves also confirmed for their fellow American Top Team. Santos dropped three fire emojis, while Alves described boxer ONE’s next fight as one that will be purely entertaining.

Renato Moicano, who took the win after going naked against Alexander Hernandez at UFC 271 last weekend, also made clear his feelings for the flyweight champ. Like his Brazilian counterparts plying their trade in their North American promotion, the 32-year-old is sure the flyweight king will defend his throne.

Moicano says:

“This is the champion!!! Nothing but respect.”

All you need to know about Adriano Moraes’ next opponent is Yuya Wakamatsu

Yuya Wakamatsu is a striker who displays loads of skill on the frame whenever it is required. He is the Flyweight Pancrase champion and hails from Kagoshima, at the southernmost tip of Japan’s four main islands.

He started his martial arts journey as a boxer but soon discovered MMA after watching one of Singapore’s promotional events. At the age of 18, he moved to the Japanese capital to pursue a full-fledged sports career. After two years of training, he turned professional.

‘Little Piranha’ brings in a 15-4 record for the Circle, with his 11 wins being by knockout. He has brought a series of stalwarts through the decision on the global stage, including Hu Yong, Reece McLaren and Dae Hwan Kim. UFC stars and veterans back Adriano Moraes for success at ONE X


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