Styles make fights and Eddie Ng believes his next bout will be a memorable one. He’s taking on Honorio Banario at ONE: Heroes of the World and the lightweight thinks it’s a match-up which will bring the fans to their feet.
“It’s a fight that people can get excited about because of the way we fight. It’s a collision course, like two trains that are heading towards each other. Both of us are always chasing the finish (and) I don’t think me and Banario will ever take a step back until one of us gets our hand raised.”
Ng was touted as a possible title contender after winning his first four fights for the promotion. He’s currently coming off back to back losses, but the Hong Kong native says he’s always had a tendency to be self critical regardless of results.
“I set the bar very high for myself, probably a bit too hard on myself at times. Every fight that I’ve had, I’m never fully happy with it. I always think there’s something better that I could have done. Why did I do this when I could have done that? That was a mistake. And it doesn’t matter if it was a win or loss. Where are the areas of improvement?”
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Although Ng was born in England, his parents are both from Hong Kong, which is only separated from Macau by a few miles of water. Several members of his family will be making the short ferry trip to come and watch him fight at the Cotai Arena and it’s something ….View full article