Ba Te Er, China’s reigning 80-kilogram Sanda champion, will make his MMA debut in Art of War FC #7 on July 28th in Beijing. A master striker and take-down specialist, Ba Te Er has been working on his ground skills by training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu at the Beijing Jiu-Jitsu Academy. His opponent, Jing Gou Liang, is a world champion Muay Thai kick-boxer and vowed to knock out Ba Te Er standing.
Ming Meng Shen is a knockout expert has a very aggressive style and phenomenal head kicking ability. At the age of 26, he has already amassed a record of 82-8-3, with two championship belts. Ming Meng Shen’s opponent Xu lei, who is a two-time Art of War veteran, has very heavy hands himself so this should prove to be a very exciting evening.
60kg Thai fighter Sha Ming Er has been in over 120 Muay Thai battles, with an impressive record of 113-7-2 and two world championship belts in Muay Thai. This time he will be facing Art of War 6 veteran Jiang Long Yun, who is an excellent wrestler with nearly 20 years of fighting experience. Sha Ming Er says there’s no difference to him fighting under MMA rules and he’d like to teach his opponent how to strike.
Muay Thai World Champions make their mixed martial arts debuts in the Art of War Fighting Championship #7. Will they knock out their Chinese opponents as promised? Will they be taken to the ground and submitted? There’s only one way to find out! Tune into Art of War FC#7 on July 28th!!!
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