Arjan Bhullar Turns into The FIRST Indian-Origin MMA World Champion

Singapore: Brandon Vera, the legendary MMA Champion put his ONE Championship World Heavyweight title on the road towards the Canadian-born Indian, Arjan Singh Bhullar. Vera misplaced the bout in two rounds making Bhullar the primary Indian origin Champion in One Championship. 

One Championship is a company that conducts Blended Martial Arts (MMA) matches. It’s thought of to be within the prime three MAA leagues behind UFC and IFL. Bhullar has gained a medal on the 2010 Commonwealth Video games representing Canada. 

The primary spherical started with a collection of punches from Bhullar. He seemed good on his ft however as soon as there was a takedown, Vera efficiently tried an omoplata lock and stored Bhullar on the bottom for 2 minutes. 

The second spherical was fully one-sided as Vera could not stand Bhullar’s punches and the referee needed to intervene to cease the sport halfway. 

“India, we got one now,” Bhullar said after the victory. “Your first world champion. Let’s go.”

“We were gonna box him up, get in and out range, wrestle him, pressure him, break him. That was the game plan,” he continued. “I knew I was gonna hurt him. My coaches knew it. I’m well trained, guys. I’ve been with the best since day one.”

“I’ve reached the top of this sport. Now, I wanna assault the professional wrestling trade. AWE, WWE, I’m coming for you guys subsequent. Think about this a warning.”

Within the different One Championship matches performed on Saturday in Singapore, Ritu Phogat final primarily based on a controversial determination. 

“Didn’t thought I lost the match but respect the decision…Am blessed after getting a huge support of you guys around my country and around the world after today’s match… thankyou everyone…Win and loss is part of game next time will work hard more..God bless all..stay safe,” Ritu Phogat wrote after the loss. 

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