Danny Kingad, Adriano Moraes, Demetrious Johnson, One Championship, Mixed Martial Arts

Danny Kingad, Adriano Moraes

Danny Kingad anticipating Johnson-Moraes ONE showdown

ONE Championship rising star Danny Kingad aims to be next in line for the winner between the Adriano Moraes and Demetrious Johnson match

4/10/2020 2:21:00 PM

ONE Championship rising star Danny Kingad aims to be next in line for the winner between the Adriano Moraes and Demetrious Johnson match.

ONE Championship rising star Danny Kingad aims to be next in line for the winner between the Adriano Moraes and Demetrious Johnson match

Updated 6:44 PM, April 10, 2020ASPIRING CHAMP. Danny Kingad looks forward to having a crack at the flyweight title. File photo from ONE ChampionshipMANILA, Philippines – Danny"The King" Kingad is keeping an eye on the upcoming super match between ONE flyweight world champion Adriano"Mikinho" Moraes and pound-for-pound great Demetrious"Mighty Mouse" Johnson.

Anti-terrorism bill passed by Congress, now awaits Duterte signature Taiwanese voters oust mayor who sought presidency Enforcers who abuse anti-terrorism measures will be punished – Lacson

Kingad, who lost to both men in the circle, rebounded with a win against Xie"The Hunter" Wei to open the year and he may very well be facing one of these flyweights again in the future. (READ:Young stars Pacio, Kingad leading Team Lakay's new generation

)"I'll face whoever ONE wants me to face next," Kingad said."I don't like picking opponents. Whoever is in front of me, I'll take them on.""But of course, I am also waiting for the winner between Adriano and DJ. I think that will be a good fight. My target is to be next in line for the winner."

Unfortunately for Kingad, the world title matchup has no set date because the coronavirus pandemic has dashed all plans for sporting events.For now, the 24-year-old can only guess how the bout between the flyweights will unfold. (READ:Team Lakay confident about return to glory days

)"DJ might be the smaller guy, but he always finds ways," Kingad said."He is really good. Moraes is a bit taller. Their strengths are entirely different.""We should be looking out for DJ's game plan against Moraes, particularly how he will close the distance. If Moraes keeps his distance, it could turn out well for him."

"This is a tough, tough fight. I wish them both well."Having faced both men in the past,"The King" believes it will be a battle of styles and the outcome may depend on where the bout plays out."Adriano will have a reach advantage on the feet, I think there’s one important thing to note – Moraes is really tall," Kingad said.

"However, if DJ cuts the distance, then that advantage will shift, add to it the fact that DJ can take him down. I think DJ has the overall advantage mainly because he's too quick and he can find angles he can exploit."But Kingad also believes the Brazilian has an equalizer – his world-class submission game.

'This is not terrorism': Filipinos take to the streets after anti-terror bill hurdles Congress US sues Chinese firm over half-million 'fake' N95 masks LIVE UPDATES: COVID-19 pandemic

"I like Adriano's chances on the ground," Kingad added."That's his specialty. That's where he is really dangerous. If DJ makes a mistake, I think Adriano has the tools to capitalize on it." Read more: Rappler »

Boris Johnson's condition is 'improving' after third night in intensive careBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson's condition 'continues to improve' after his third night in intensive care with the coronavirus, his official spokesman says

In Johnson’s absence, UK foreign minister to lead applause for health workersLONDON - Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab will lead the British government’s show of appreciation for the nation’s health workers on Thursday, standing in for his boss, Prime Minister Boris Johnson, whose shock admission to intensive care with COVID-19 has underscored the seriousness of the viral outbreak.

UK’s Johnson out of intensive care as his condition improvesLONDON — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson&039;s condition has improved and he has been moved out of intensive care where he was treated for three days with COVID-19, his office said

2 persons, including 1 homeless, found dead in ManilaTwo people, one of them a homeless man, were found dead in Manila on Tuesday. Paki naman isko homeless pala

OFWs affected by global pandemic to receive P10K one-time financial aid from DOLECEBU CITY—The overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) affected by the coronavirus 2019 pandemic will soon receive a one-time financial assistance of P10,000. “The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) has already prepared the guidelines of the DOLE-AKAP (Abot Kamay ang Pagtulong) assistance program for OFWs to ensure its effective and streamlined implementation,” Secretary Silvestre Bello III […]

Go touts one-time financial assistance to provincesSenator Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go appealed on April 9 that a one-time financial assistance be granted to provincial local government units (PLGUs) for them to weather the current coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak.