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Phetjeeja Dominates Todd in ONE Kickboxing Title Figh

In the main event at Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Bangkok, "The Queen" Phetjeeja unified the ONE Women's Atomweight Kickboxing World Title by defeating defending champion Janet "JT" Todd. The victory marked the end of Todd's illustrious career, as she not only relinquished her belt but also competed in her final bout.



Phetjeeja


Phetjeeja, just 22 years old and entering the contest as the interim titleholder, showcased her skills by utilizing overhand rights behind her jab and fake push kicks. In contrast, Todd, a Japanese-American veteran known for her accurate body kicks, struggled to keep up with her younger opponent's relentless attacks.


Despite Todd's efforts to mount a comeback with counter left hooks and one-twos, Phetjeeja's speed and agility allowed her to maintain control throughout the fight. As the championship rounds began, Phetjeeja continued to dominate, scoring a definitive eight-count with a low kick-right hand combo in the final minute of the bout.


After 15 minutes of intense action, the judges awarded Phetjeeja the victory, improving her record to 208-6 overall and crowning her the undisputed ONE Women's Atomweight Kickboxing World Champion. For Todd, the fight marked the end of a remarkable career that spanned more than 50 fights across 10 years and included becoming a two-sport World Champion in ONE.

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