ONE Championship: Full Blast 2 Betting Predictions

ONE Championship: Full Blast 2 Betting Predictions

Written by on June 9, 2021

As always, we have a busy week of MMA action going on, with a variety of different events to watch and wager on. The ONE Championship Full Blast 2 event is a bit of a strange one in that the main card is a mixture of MMA, kickboxing, and Muay Thai, with 4 fights in all set to go on Friday morning. It is an early start for this one, with the main card getting going at 8:30 AM. The good news for those interesting in tuning in is that you can stream Full Blast 2 online on YouTube. Now that you know all the details, let’s take a closer look at the 4 fights on the main card of ONE Championship: Full Blast 2 so you can bet against their ONE Championship odds.

ONE Championship: Full Blast II | MMA Betting Analysis

Wenfeng Wang Vs Taiki Naito

The action begins with a Bantamweight kickboxing bout between a pair of fighters who are at very different levels of experience in pro fighting. Wang has had just 3 professional fights, putting together a 1-2 record in the process. His lone kickboxing fight in ONE ended in a split decision loss. Of late, Naito has been focusing more on the Muay Thai side of things, but he is 4-1 in his last 5 kickboxing bouts, although it was 2018 when those last fights came. Still, I think he uses his experience to get the win in this one.

Jia Wen Ma Vs Chang Min Yoon

We switch to MMA for the next fight on the main card, with this one being a Lightweight bout between a pair of fighters looking to bounce back after a loss. Ma saw a very solid 4-fight win streak come to an end with a devastating Round 1 loss his last time out. That defeat took his overall record to 6-3. Yoon started his pro career on a roll, winning his first 4 fights before going down in the second round in his last outing. I think it will be Yoon who gets the bounce back win.

Ben Wilhelm Vs Tsogookhuu Amarsanaa

We stick with MMA for the next bout on the main card, with the Welterweights springing into action for this one. Wilhelm comes into this fight by putting his perfect record on the line. Those 4 wins all came inside the distance via submission, so Wilhelm is a serious threat here. Amarsanaa won his first fight under the ONE banner, but he followed that up with a loss last time out, taking his pro record to 5-2 in the process. I think Wilhelm will maintain his perfect record with a submission win.

Mongkolpetch Petchyindee Vs Elias Mahmoudi

The main event of the night takes us away from MMA and into the world of Muay Thai. This is a Bantamweight bout that has the potential to be a good one. Petchyindee comes in with a 2-1 career mark, and while he is coming off a loss last time out, it is worth noting that he has won both fights under the ONE banner. You look at Mahmoudi and see a fighter with a 3-4 career mark, but that is a little deceiving, as he is 2-0 in Muay Thai bouts. Tough one to call here, but I am taking Petchyindee.