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Janet Todd ready to strike on ONE Fight Night 8

When Janet Todd enters the Circle at ONE Fight Night 8 on Amazon Video, she looks ready to unleash her anger as the interim atom weight Muay Thai champion of ONE.

JT will compete against Allycia Hellen Rodrigues of Brazil to unify the atom weight Muay Thai world championship. In July of last year, the American defeated Lara Fernandez by a unanimous vote to win the interim belt.

As she prepares for her forthcoming title battle, Todd is riding a seven-fight winning streak. She has won matches via stoppage over Anne Line Hogstad, Ekaterina Vandaryeva, and Wang Chin Long.

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Janet Todd expresses her enthusiasm for the American Muay Thai scene

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The 37-year-old interim atom-weight Muay Thai queen is happy to watch the growth of her discipline worldwide. She stated to the ONE Championship:

“I think in the United States, we have like the United States Muay Thai Federation that’s been doing some really big things for the sport, not just for women, but for Muay Thai in general. That’s actually been helping and has been giving more women more experience in tournaments, bringing up their experience so that they can compete on the world stage. And most recently, at IFMA World Games, a lot of women from our U.S. team medaled against people that competed from all over the world.”

Allycia Hellen Rodrigues, a striking prodigy, will present Todd with a difficult challenge as she seeks to bring the undisputed world title home to the United States. The 24-year-old, who hasn’t competed since August 2020, is regarded as a top potential after defeating Stamp Fairtex by a majority decision in her promotional debut.


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