Pakistan's Ahmed ‘Wolverine’ Mujtaba extends undefeated MMA streak

23-year-old defeats Singapore's Benedict Ang on ONE Championship debut


Zohaib Ahmed November 11, 2016
PHOTO COURTESY: ONE CHAMPIONSHIP

KARACHI: Pakistan's unbeaten Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) star Ahmed Mujtaba improved his career record to 8-0 with a unanimous decision victory over Singapore's Benedict Ang at ONE Championship — Asia’s biggest MMA promotion — at Singapore Indoor Stadium on Friday.

Like the seven opponents before him, Ang was no match for the Quetta-born's deft combination of pace and power.

In Asia’s biggest promotion: Pakistan unleash their Wolverine


The 23-year-old Mujtaba was clearly the busier and more aggressive of the two fighters over three rounds, leaving the judges with no choice but to give a decision in his favour.

Down below is a glimpse of Mujtaba in action against Ang:







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COMMENTS (3)

Harris | 4 years ago | Reply I appreciate the express tribune highlighting this brave young man's achievements... Pls pls highlight his achievement everywhere and anywhere through your network and contacts in media industry... Our govt is incapable neither cares.. As Pakistanis we have to support Pakistanis... Pls help this man who is giving Pakistan a positive name...
Hamza | 4 years ago | Reply Congratulations...
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