The winningest IBJJF World Jiu-Jitsu champion of all time with 13 wins, Marcus Buchecha Almeida was set to make his MMA debut date set for his MMA on February 24th for One Championship in Singapore, but he had to postpone his debut because of an injury.
Now fully recovered, Buchecha is now ready to make his debut at ONE against the Korean Ji Won Kang. The fight will be on April 7th.
Kang is an undefeated with pro-MMA record of 4-0. He won his ONE debut by TKO.
Buchecha, at 30, also boasts two ADCC titles – the world’s largest grappling tournament – among other achievements in Jiu-Jitsu. The heavyweight signed with One and has been training in several MMA gyms like ATT, Kings MMA and AKA.
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Kang’s last fight:
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- Marcus “Buchecha” Almeida is a 13-time world champion, a record number of titles.