"I have been training hard and feel stronger than ever. As always, I feel good in knowing that I can represent the people from Burma and have their tremendous support with each fight I undertake."- Aungla NSang
Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) October 05, 2013
On October 26, Crazy 88 fighter, Aung La "The Burmese Python" N Sang, will step into the cage to face off against Jonavin Webb at Cage Fury Fighting Championships 28 at the Borgata Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Cage Fury Fighting Championships (CFFC) is an East Coast Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) promotion that operates out of Atlantic City, New Jersey. The production focuses on showcasing rising talent in the arena of Professional MMA. Veteran CFFC fighters include Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) fighters Carmelo Marrero, Dan Miller and Jim Miller.
N Sang is a Burmese refugee who began training approximately 8 years ago when he initially came to the United States to attend university for agriculture. In that time he has become a full time Professional Mixed Martial Arts fighter and is currently the Head Muay Thai Instructor at Crazy 88 Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
This will mark N Sang's fourth fight for CFFC. The fighter contributes a portion of his purse from each event to the efforts in Myanmar (N Sang's native home). Coming off a win from CFFC 26, N Sang has remained committed to his training and is ready for the upcoming bout. N Sang commented, "I have been training hard and feel stronger than ever. As always, I feel good in knowing that I can represent the people from Burma and have their tremendous support with each fight I undertake."
N Sang's opponent, Jonavin Webb fights out of Marlton, New Jersey. Webb is a Renzo Gracie fighter who is no stranger to the CFFC stage. The welterweight match up will air on Comcast Sportsnet.
To learn more about Aung La N Sang and the fighters of Crazy 88 - Elkridge visit http://www.BaltimoreMixedMartialArts.com or call (443) 283-1450. To find out more about Crazy 88 - Owings Mills visit http://www.Baltimore-MMA.com or call (410) 999-1064.