Almost three years ago, Kevin Belingon of Team Lakay received a voice attack defending one of the bantamweight champion Bibiano Fernandes.
Fernando's Brazilian jiu-jitsu was too much to handle the Ifugao home when he bowed only one minute after the opening watch.
On Friday night, Belingo, who is equipped with his team at his "BJJ", seems to be an undisputed champion champion when he gets a second crack in the brilliant Brazilian in virtuosos.
"This will be BJJ vs. BJJ," the 31-year-old said before the showdown set at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.
"In previous battles, we have demonstrated that our approach works, although I respect [Fernandes’] because he is black and white, I'm going to make a bank for my own style, "he added to the filipino.
Stablemate Geje Eustaquio made the BJJ's concealment shortly after he had united the straps at Julianne Moraes's expense in June.
Two fighters will finally mess up on January 23, 2016 in China. Belingon was caught in the 11th catch of Fernandes, which now has 14 wins.
The Filipino side increased six profits after this loss, including the temporary name he won at the expense of Martin Nguyen.
"They say weight and struggle are our weaknesses," Belingo said. "We're jamming on the basics. The fans also saw our improvement on the pitch."
"This time, I am convinced counteract it and struggle," he closed.
Belingo's win attracts Team Lakay's current champion to three. He could join the rigorous Joshua Pacio, who came with Eustaquo and Eustaquo.
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