Two-sport world champion Jonathan Haggerty is planning to dominate the world of mixed martial arts (MMA) with the help of renowned submission grapplers. Read on to learn more about Haggerty’s ambitious plan and his collaboration with the Ruotolo twins.
|Jonathan Haggerty, two-sport world champion, aims to dominate MMA.
|Haggerty plans to train with the Ruotolo twins, Tye and Kade.
|The Ruotolo twins are successful submission grapplers in the ONE Championship.
|Haggerty’s expertise in striking will aid the twins in their transition to MMA.
Jonathan Haggerty’s Ambitious Plan
Jonathan Haggerty, the two-sport world champion holding the ONE bantamweight Muay and kickboxing world titles, has set his sights on dominating the world of mixed martial arts (MMA). With the goal of becoming ONE Championship ‘s first fighter to simultaneously hold three world titles, Haggerty is enlisting the help of some of this generation’s best submission grapplers.
In his last fight, Haggerty made history by knocking out ONE bantamweight MMA world champion Fabricio Andrade for the vacant ONE bantamweight kickboxing world championship. Following this monumental win, Haggerty revealed his plans to cross-train with the renowned Ruotolo twins, Tye and Kade.
The Ruotolo twins are no strangers to success in the ONE Championship . Tye recently dominated Magomed Abdulkadirov to claim the inaugural ONE welterweight submission grappling world title, while Kade is the reigning ONE lightweight submission grappling world champion.
Haggerty’s decision to train with the Ruotolo twins not only benefits him but also aids the twins in their transition to MMA. As they venture into the world of mixed martial arts, Haggerty’s expertise in striking will prove invaluable to their development.
To get a glimpse of Haggerty’s plans and his thoughts on the collaboration, watch the full interview below:
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Edited by Harvey Leonard