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Superbon Singha Mawynn Pens an Emotional Message After Devastating Knockout Loss to Chingiz Allazov at ONE Fight Night 6

Published 01/16/2023, 3:36 AM EST

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The ONE Fight Night 6 definitely lived up to the expectations of the fans. But it was also a heartbreaking night for the main eventer, Superbon Singha Mawynn. The Thai fighter couldn’t stick to his words as he suffered a second-round TKO loss against Chingiz Allazov. Superbon looked devastated after the fight and stayed down for a few minutes even after the stoppage of the fight.

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‘Banchamek’ recently took to social media and offered his apologies to the entire fraternity of his fans, who had placed their trust in him. He was of the opinion he had disappointed his fans and also vowed to return stronger. A handful of noted ONE Championship fighters consoled Superbon with their endearing words, urging him to never give up.

Superbon Singha Mawynn was graceful even in defeat


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‘Banchamek’s’ mental condition was very evident from his after-defeat post. He wrote, “I’m sorry to disappoint the Thai people and all my supporters with yesterday’s fight”. Superbon continued, “I’m very grateful for all the encouragement from everyone. I’ll fix my mistakes and come back stronger.”

This humble gesture from Superbon garnered a lot of reactions from ONE championship audiences. A few of his fellow ONE championship fighters appreciated his graceful nature after defeat.


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The famed former atomweight kickboxing and Muay Thai champion of ONE, Stamp Fairtex wrote, “Love” in reply to Superbon’s humble words. It’s pertinent to note that Fairtex had managed to get the better of her opponent, “Supergirl” Anna Jaroonsak, in her own bout at ONE Fight Night 6.

ONE featherweight Muay Thai champ, Tawanchai, also had some consoling words for Superbon. He replied, “Keep fighting brother, I’m cheering for you”. Former ONE strawweight Muay Thai and kickboxing champion, Sam-A Gaiyanghadao, also replied to Superbon with a similar endearing tone.

‘Banchamek’ was visibly shattered by the loss as he was seen shedding tears on his coach’s shoulder after getting back to his feet. But, he also maintained his class with respectful words for his opponent when they met backstage after the bout.

Chingiz Allazov respected Superbon Singha Mawynn and was willing for a rematch

Chingiz Allazov seemed quite pumped up as he successfully managed to back his words. ‘Chinga’ said, “We see many mistakes of Superbon, “OK, he is the best pound for pound fighter in the world, but all fighters have mistakes. He make every day these mistakes. He makes in second round.”

Previously, Allazov had pointed out the same fact and planned to make Superbon suffer for it. He finally looked happy that he could back his words. Allazov also had the best wishes for Superbon as he said, “I say respect to Superbon. I say speedy recovery. I wish him best life. I wish all the best for him, for family, for team.”

‘Chinga’ also stated that he would be up for a rematch if Superbon wishes for the same.


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Allazov was offended by Superbon saying that he would knock ‘Chinga’ out and claim the $100,000 prize associated with it.

On the other hand, Allazov’s teammate and ONE Light Heavyweight champion, Anatoly Malykhin, was there to witness his friend, ‘Allazov’s’ win. He was super involved in the fight and barged into the circle to congratulate his teammate.


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Allazov also iterated Malykhin’s words saying, “After the fight Anatoly say, ‘Who is killed? Who is knocked out? Give me US$100,000’”. But he also realized that all this talking was a part of the game. Allazov said, “But it’s normal he [Superbon] say this. It’s part of the sport, it’s part of the game. I have respect for Superbon.”

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Written by:

Souvik Roy


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Souvik Roy is currently a UFC writer at EssentiallySports. An avid UFC follower, Souvik combined his love for the sport and his passion for words to turn his interest into his Livelihood. A Diploma holder in Electrical Engineering, Souvik has worked as a Freelance Link Builder and Content Writer previously and wrote for various clients and businesses.
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Rohini Kottu