After a stunning performance in his last outing, Algeria’s Nabil Anane will be looking to end the year on a high with another statement performance.
In September the teenager picked up a second round TKO against Nakrob Fairtex to establish himself in ONE Championship’s Muay Thai class, after suffering a first round KO on debut.
That was no ordinary debut however, and defeat to the established Superlek is by no means a disgrace, but it was important to get in the win column.
He will now be looking to back that up at Friday Fights 46 at the Lumpinee Boxing Stadium, Bangkok on December 22 when he takes on the experienced Muangthai PKSaenchaigym. Known for his devastating elbows, Muangthai holds an impressive 7-2 record in ONE and will provide another stern test for Anane.
The two will be part of one of the biggest cards of the year at Friday Fights 46, with no fewer than three title fights scheduled. Tawanchai and Superbon will battle it out at the top of the card for the featherweight Muay Thai world title, while Morocco’s Joseph Lasiri will defend his strawweight Muay Thai title against Prajanchai. In another fight for MENA fans – Algeria’s Anissa Meksen will take on Phetjeeja for the interim atomweight kickboxing world championship.
ONE Friday Fights 46 comes live from the famous Lumpinee Boxing Stadium, Bangkok on Friday December 22. Fight fans in the MENA region can watch the first half of the card on BeINSPORTS from 3.30pm MECCA. The other half of the card is broadcast on ONE Championship’s official YouTube channel and on watch.onefc.com
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