Rui Chen One Championship Featherweight with a 9-2 record facing the newly signed Jeremy Pacatiw(Phillipines Bantamweight prospect). One Championship Fight flying under the radar.
Rui Chen 9-2 record is a definitely tough fighter, Fast hands. Last loss fought in a SLUGFEST against Won Il Kwon. Three rounds of action pact striking. See the high level striking in Asia compared to the United States.
We got the Korean Zombie and now the Chinese Zombie in Chen Rui.
“I’ll keep my own pace on fighting and push forward to make him feel pressure. I’ll try to control him in my own distance and find my best shot to finish him by my stand-up fighting skills. I think I can finish him by my punch and fist because he’s not a powerful striker,” he said.https://news.abs-cbn.com/sports/07/27/21/mma-chen-rui-out-to-spoil-jeremy-pacatiws-one-debut
Before signing with One Championship signed with Middle East powerhouse MMA promotion Brave Combat Federation. Trains at Team Lakay with Eduard Folayang, Kevin Belingon & Stephen Loman on a daily basis. Team Lokay is like the American Kickboxing Academy of the Phillipines.
“I want to put on a good show. That’s the impression I want to leave in my ONE debut. I have to give it my all and put it all on the line so the fans and officials can enjoy what they’ll see.”https://asianmma.com/jeremy-pacatiw-says-it-is-win-at-all-costs-when-he-makes-his-one-championship-debut/
- 10-4 record
- 25 years old
- Defeated Keith Lee current Bellator Bantamweight
Last fight and win defeated former Brave CF Bantamweight title challenger Felipe Efrain in a fast pace fight.
Jeremy has the advantage with the quickness, Striking and absorbing punches. Definitely will be a force to reckoned with in the One Championship Featherweight.
Exciting signing for One Championship.
“I’ll say now that they will see a different breed of Jeremy Pacatiw, a much better version of me,” said the fighter of his push heading into his ONE debut.https://www.bworldonline.com/team-lakays-pacatiw-set-for-one-championship-debut/
“Of course there’s pressure. It’s my debut, it’s natural,” he said. “However, it’s up to me to stay focused and overcome that pressure to get that win and put on a great show for the fans watching at home.”https://www.spin.ph/mma/jeremy-pacatiw-raring-to-make-a-name-for-himself-in-one-a2437-20210730