‘I Love This Fight’ – Liam Harrison Previews Tawanchai Vs. Superbon World Title Showdown

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Just like fans across the globe, three-time Muay Thai World Champion Liam “Hitman” Harrison is giddy with excitement for the upcoming clash between two of the most explosive strikers on the planet at ONE Fight Night 15 on Friday, October 6.

The hallowed grounds of Bangkok’s Lumpinee Boxing Stadium will host two of its favorite sons, as reigning ONE Featherweight Muay Thai World Champion Tawanchai PK Saenchai defends his gold against former ONE Featherweight Kickboxing World Champion Superbon Singha Mawynn live in U.S. primetime.

Considered an astute student of the striking arts, Harrison enthusiastically offered his two cents on this gargantuan showdown of epic proportions.

The British superstar told onefc.com:

“Tawanchai vs. Superbon, I love this fight.” 

“Superbon might be a little bit technically better, but Tawanchai is so sharp and so fast, so powerful. I think he might be a little bit stronger than Superbon as well.”

Tawanchai added another entry to his absurd highlight reel at ONE Fight Night 13 last week. The 24-year-old megastar broke Davit Kiria’s arm with a laser-like kick for the TKO victory in his promotional kickboxing debut.

Meanwhile, Superbon returned to the win column at ONE Fight Night 11 in June, separating Tayfun Ozcan from his senses with a ridiculous head kick knockout. It was a huge bounce-back performance after losing his featherweight kickboxing belt to reigning king Chingiz Allazov in January.

Given that both Thais are known for mind-blowing finishes, Harrison expects an all-out war when they finally share the ring:

“Superbon’s technically a little bit better, but Tawanchai has been fighting Muay Thai more, and I think he’s a got a bit more power. But either way, it’s going to be a really good fight.”

Harrison ‘Split’ On Winner Of Tawanchai Vs. Superbon

Tawanchai PK Saenchai and Superbon Singha Mawynn possess similar kick-heavy styles, adding more intrigue to this Thai vs Thai super-fight between proven knockout artists.

The reigning ONE Featherweight Muay Thai World Champion is a master at finding weak points in an opponent’s body and exposing them with compact yet highly destructive blows.

Meanwhile, Superbon is a methodical headhunter, needing just a split-second to capitalize on mistakes and counter effectively with his world-ending head kicks.

With all that in mind, even Liam Harrison is having a hard time picking who comes out on top in this highly anticipated matchup.

He added:

“Superbon can beat people with his technique and his skill. Obviously, he’s got a dangerous head kick. Oh yeah, it’s going to be a good, but I’m going to go with Tawanchai for that one. In fact, I don’t know. I’m split on it. I’m really split. I think it’s a great fight.”

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