Original title: Last night, Muay Thai boy Zhang Chenglong lost in a fierce battle against the Japanese championship controversy. Doesn't the opponent deserve a KO?
Black whistle is the thing that most disgusts boxing fans. All kinds of black whistle are not uncommon. The most familiar one is that monk Yilong defeated the last king of K-1 Enrique Cole and Muay Thai prince Biaoqiu by relying on the black whistle. Monk Yilong became the first Chinese player to defeat two K-1 kings. However, due to the black whistle winning, he was often scorned by boxing fans and despised by the majority of boxing fans.
In yesterday’s ONE Championship, the Chinese featherweight star Zhang Chenglong and his opponent Qiu Yuan Haogui started the headline main event. Zhang Chenglong is the fastest growing Chinese player in recent years, and has played in Emei Legend, GLORY, ONE and other domestic and foreign events. Outstanding performance, defeated Maxim Peterkovic, Shinmani, Adrian Maxim, Nafi Bilarowski and other world famous players, is one of the most potential Chinese players.
And his opponent Qiu Yuan Haogui is not a good stubble, Qiu Yuan Haogui from the evolution boxing gym, is a player with strength far greater than fame, has practiced karate, Muay Thai, free fighting, has a wealth of fighting experience, won the WFKO karate world Champion, WBC Muay Thai Japanese Featherweight Champion, MA Kickboxing Japanese Featherweight Champion, 2009 All Japan Bantamweight Tour Champion and 2010 K-1 Koshien Champion. He is an all-around master.