Preview, stats and how to watch Petchmorakot vs Jimmy Vienot at ONE 157 on Friday, May 20.
Petchmorakot Petchyindee Academy (164-34-2) is set to return to ONE Championship for the first time since September 2020.
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He will be making his third title defence when he faces challenger, Jimmy Vienot (51-21).
Petchmorakot is riding an active six fight win streak, including four in ONE Championship.
He faces tough opposition against the Frenchman however. Vienot is one of the most successful foreign Muay Thai fighters of this generation.
He is a two-time WMC Muaythai World champion, a WBC Muaythai World champion, and in 2019 won a Lumpinee Stadium title.
The pair are set to clash in the main event at ONE 157 on Friday, May 20.
See the fighters’ recent form with the last three fights shown in reverse chronological order below.
Petchmorakot’s last three fights:
- Thananchai Sitsongpeenong – Win (Pts), April 2021
- Magnus Andersson – Win (TKO), September 2020
- Yodsanklai Fairtex – Win (Pts), July 2020
Jimmy Vienot’s last three fights:
- Arman Hambaryan – Win (Pts), November 2021
- Yodwicha – Win (Pts), October 2021
- Saro Presti – Win (Pts), December 2020
- Petchmorakot is on an active 6 win win streak, including 4 in ONE Championship.
- Since his last title defence in September 2020, Petchmorakot has also gone 4-0 in boxing.
- Jimmy Vienot has won more major World titles (4) then Petchmorakot (1).
- Jimmy Vienot has won 7 of his last 8 fights, only losing to Sowgraw Petchyindee Academy at Lumpinee Stadium in September 2019.
- Only Nong-O (5) and Rodtang (3) have more successful ONE Championship title defences tha Petchmorakot (2).
How to watch Petchmorakot vs Jimmy Vienot at ONE 157?
ONE 157 will air live on Friday, 20 May via the ONE SuperApp and ONE Championship YouTube channel.
The lead card is set to kick-off at 4.30pm SGT (Singapore) / 10.30am BST (British Summer Time).