Jeremy Miado stopped by Dejdamrong in rematch

/ 07:08 PM February 23, 2019

Photo from ONE Championship

Dejdamrong Sor Amnuaysirichoke earned his redemption after stopping Filipino Jeremy Miado in their rematch in ONE: Call to Greatness Saturday at Singapore Indoor Stadium.

The former ONE strawweight champion scored a second round TKO over Miado at the 2:38 mark to hike his record to 10-4.


Dejdamrong and Miado engaged in a back-and-forth duel in the opening round.

The Thai warrior then, found an opportunity and seized it when he denied Miado’s weak takedown attempt before going for vicious knee strikes that prompted the referee to end the fight.


The 40-year-old Dejdamrong finally got back at Miado, who knocked him out just 84 seconds into their first meeting in March of last year.

Miado dropped to 8-4 having lost four of his last six fights.

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