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Aung La N Sang vs. Leandro Ataides co-headlines ONE Championship: Battleground on July 30

4 days ago   |   By MMAjunkie

Aung La N Sang and Leandro Ataides both will look to rebound from losses to Reinier de Ridder.
N Sang (26-12-1) meets Ataides (11-4) in the co-main event of ONE Championship: Battleground, which takes place July 30 at Singapore Indoor Stadium. The main card airs on the B/R Live app at 8:30 a.m. ET via tape delay.
N Sang, a former ONE Championship dual title holder, is coming off two straight losses to de Ridder in which he dropped both his middleweight and light heavyweight titles. Prior to that, “The Burmese Python” had won seven in a row, with only one fight going the distance.
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