- The injured Lito Adiwang will be getting an MRI on his knee right after twisting it at A single X
- Staff Lakay head coach Mark Sangiao believes that Adiwang was on tempo to win prior to the damage
- Sangiao says they will be all set for whoever the promotion desires them to experience following
Combined martial arts (MMA) fans have been eagerly waiting around for an update with regards to the personal injury of Team Lakay standout Lito Adiwang that he sustained at One X.
Intercontinental Small business Times sports editor and combat sporting activities analyst Nissi Icasiano was capable to talk with the camp’s mentor, Mark Sangiao, all through a digital press convention past week and Sangiao reported that Adiwang would be having x-rays to check out his knee and an MRI shortly following.
Sangiao later despatched an update to Icasiano that Adiwang has certainly had his x-rays and will be possessing an MRI alongside some check-ups, with the MRI success to be launched sometime this 7 days.
Adiwang twisted his proper knee late into the next round versus fellow Filipino Jeremy Miado, which observed him slide to the floor in pain.
As a final result, Miad picked up the victory by means of specialized knockout.
From Sangiao’s perspective, “The Thunder Kid” was on tempo to earn the combat if not for the injury.
“We experienced the edge. His shots just ended up not connecting, but I also saw that some have been hitting their mark which I imagine is why Miado’s straights and killer shots could not land cleanly. He could not established that one particular up for the reason that each and every time he would try the shot, Lito was prepared to counter,” Sangiao advised Icasiano.
“When we were being debriefing after the fight, Lito stated that he felt anything was mistaken with his knee when he shot for a takedown in the 2nd round. When he moved backwards, that was when it got even worse.”
By natural means, a rematch would be lingering in the intellect of Adiwang and Crew Lakay as the reduction brought about him to Miado having his No. 5 spot in ONE’s strawweight rankings.
But for the team’s head coach, whoever the Singapore-based promotion decides to put in front of his pupils is entirely ok for them.
“For us, we are never in the company of buying and choosing [our opponents]. Whoever One states we have to encounter, we are generally ready for it. If that [Jeremy Miado rematch] is the fight that will be given to us, we will be all set,” Sangiao declared.
The reduction puts Adiwang on a two-struggle losing streak and although it would be fascinating to see him get again at Miado sometime quickly, a matchup with Japanese knockout artist Senzo Ikeda who is driving a 3-fight winning streak of his own could also happen.
In spite of the decline, Group Lakay was even now able to have a potent outing of their individual after Stephen Loman’s unanimous selection victory and staff captain Eduard Folayang coming out on top rated in his Just one Tremendous Series debut towards the now-retired Muay Thai legend John Wayne Parr.
“We’re very, extremely delighted with it. We celebrated our two victories there in Singapore. Even so, we however shed one while. But for us, that is nevertheless a main victory considering the fact that all of our men fought their ideal. Overall, we’re delighted,” Sangiao claimed of his wards’ 1 X performances.
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