Friday, September 24, 2021 10:21 AM (GMT+7)
(Sports news, martial arts news) Winning and losing is normal, but Shaolin masters are ready to die in martial arts.
James Yang, a 32-year-old Chinese-American boxer, will make his Asian professional MMA debut – One Championship this weekend. In his first time attending an official martial arts tournament, the 32-year-old boxer said he used to practice at Shaolin Temple.
Yang used to learn Shaolin martial arts
“I lived in Shaolin Temple, a rural area of China when I was 17 years old, in an area where everything was poor. We didn’t have the Internet, which was terrible. But it was a place where I learned a lot, from martial arts to martial arts. patience and that’s how I grew,” Yang said of his time studying martial arts at the Shaolin Temple.
Although he still hasn’t made his professional debut, James Yang attended the tournament in the Northwestern region, and he has never lost.
Yang has traveled the world to learn many different martial arts, he has been to Canada, China, Thailand and all over the United States. This nomadic lifestyle makes Yang an unpredictable fighter, his fight will be worth watching at the ONE Championship event on September 24.
In the debut match of ONE on September 24 in Singapore, boxer Yang clashed with Roel Rosario (Philippines), a puncher who has experienced 8 fights (5 wins, 3 losses).
32-year-old boxer (left) vs Filipino boxer (right)
“I want to have the best performance of my life. Nothing but fierce, that’s the martial arts philosophy I want to bring. It’s like any other fight, he wants to beat me and so do I,” Yang threatened the Filipino puncher.
“It’s a fight, you have to know that in competitions like this you have to be prepared to die, that’s the reality. I can die, so can my opponent. I’m ready to die for my dream,” James Yang said chilling before the ONE Championship: Revolution event.
(Sports news, martial arts news) The most expensive boxer on the planet has a statement that will surprise his opponent after hearing it.