The World Lethwei Championship is hoping to grow internationally and in the Philippines with four local children prepared to feature their battling abilities Pinoy Teleserye Replay.
Jean Claude Saclag, Ariel Lee Lampacan, Ryan Jakiri, and Fritz Biagtan are prepared to speak to the nation in the quickest developing blended hand to hand fighting rivalry on the planet — WLC.
“The Philippines is a hotbed for battle sports and the fans are the absolute generally energetic on the planet,” said Gerald Ng, WLC’s CEO who is a continuous Manila guest. “Filipino battle sports competitors have all the abilities to make an interpretation of well into Lethwei, and I really accept that there could be a Filipino titleholder in Lethwei soon.”
Ng accepts that Saclag, Lampacan, Jakiri, and Biagtan could make a colossal effect as a component of the developing WLC list.
Saclag won the silver award in wushu during the 2014 Asian Games and was one of the many battle sports competitors who blew some people’s minds in the as of late finished up 2019 Southeast Asian Games where he arose successfully in the finals of the men’s 63.5-kilogram low kick competition by vanquishing Malaysia’s “Jordan Boy” Mohammed Bin Mahmoud.
The Team Lakay part almost polished off his adversary in the second round when he opened up an impeccably executed companion to the waist. Despite the fact that Mahmoud supernaturally endure the surge, the discipline proceeded in the third and keep going round, putting him on the less than desirable finish of all the more frightening blows.
On the off chance that his insistent SEA Games execution was any sign, he could change into a deadly weapon on the Lethwei stage.
Lampacan hails from the area of Benguet where the famous Team Lakay is based, drenched himself into combative techniques at 14 years old. It just took him under a year to be hailed as the best junior Muay Thai professional at the 2013 Batang Pinoy.
Lampacan’s upward swing grabbed the eye of Billy Alumno and the Muay Association of the Philippines. As a feature of the public group, he spoke to the nation in different global competitions like the 2019 SEA Games. He defeated Thailand’s Sakchai Chamchi, 29-28, to seize the gold decoration in the 54-kilogram class.
Aside from his amazing remaining in Muay Thai, Lampacan additionally possesses a great blended hand to hand fighting (MMA) record of 4-1 as a component of the Universal Reality Combat Championship (URCC).
Jakiri passes by the moniker “Filipino Assassin” because of his determined however forceful offense. That has empowered him to cop the title of a six-time Philippine public Muay Thai boss.
He is associated with his feature reel triumph under the Kunlun Fight pennant in April 2014 when he made brisk work of previous OPBF Intercontinental titlist Ou-Yang. He took his Chinese rival unconscious with a high kick and a subsequent overhand right in the first round.
He additionally got back a silver-award in the 2019 SEA Games.
Finally, Fritz Biagtan is an exceptional contender with colossal potential.
At just 25, he won the URCC strawweight title in his third MMA battle as a master.
Biagtan effectively safeguarded the belt against countryman Solomon Dultra by means of third-round TKO in August 2017 preceding he surrendered it to Anthony Do through accommodation a year later.
He bound up a couple of eight-ounce gloves at Rizin 15 in April 2019, getting down to business with Japanese kickboxing phenom Tenshin Nasukawa in a losing exertion. Then, Biagtan similarly fiddled with boxing, easily taking care of Uzbekistan’s Shekhnazar Yusubov in the second round of their March 2018 session.