Aung La retains dual-title World Champion

The Kachin Post / October 13, 2019

ONE Championship two-division title holder Aung La Nsang, also know as Burmese Python, knocked out his challenger ONE Heavyweight World Champion Brandon Vera, keeping his Light Heavyweight World Title intact.

Aung La conquered Vera in the second rounds of the ONE’s biggest event which commemorates 100th blockbuster show on Sunday in Tokyo, Japan. “This is just the beginning! I can’t wait to do it again,” said Aung La via twitter.

“The Burmese Python then applied final flourish of ground and pound to force the referee to step in and halt the contest at the 3:23 mark of second stanza,” writes in the ONE news. “It gave 43 years old the 26th win of his remarkable mixed martial art career, added another crow-pleasing to his ever-growing cannon of thrilling performance in The Home Of Martial Art.”

Aung La victory cemented his position as a king of ONE’s light heavyweight division with the first defense of that world title. He is the current ONE Middleweight and Light Heavyweight World Champion.

Aung La Nsang was born in Myitkyina, Kachin State and grew up in United States. He now lives in Baltimore, Maryland.