Date: Jan 23, 2016
By: Adrian Hardie / Staff reporter
Taiwanese bantamweight Sung Ming-yen is looking to continue his unbeaten run inside the ONE Championship cage as he girds for battle against Indonesia’s Sunoto in Changsha, China, tonight.
In Sunoto (3-1-0), who will also be fighting his third ONE fight, Sung (4-1-0) is fighting something of an unknown quantity, who likes to switch between southpaw and orthodox stance.
“I have heard a lot about him, but I can’t find many videos of him online,” Sung told the Taipei Times. “I know he is a versatile fighter who is not only good at striking, but also with ground control. He was a featherweight fighter before, but this time he dropped to fight in the bantamweight category, which means he might have a strength advantage over me, but I think we will be a good challenge for me.” [FULL STORY]