Yushin Okami may be close to 40 now than 30, but the former UFC challenger hasn’t abandoned his dream of becoming a world champion.
The longtime, middleweight contender, who was stopped by Anderson Silva during his historic run as UFC champ, is getting set to make his ONE debut on May 4th. At “For Honor”, Okami will take on Kiamrian Abbasov.
Recently ONE shared out the video below, which features the Japanese star discussing his career, as well as his desire to become number one in the world.
Heading into his next bout, the 37-year-old Okami is carrying a record of 35-12. “For Honor” will be hosted by Jakarta, Indonesia.