Gold, gold, gold
Top to Bottom this is a loaded card that features three incredible titles fights to Close out the event. It is even more impressive that each title fight is in a different discipline, with the lightweight submission grappling, light heavyweight and atomweight Muay Thailand world titles all on the line. This makes for an exciting night in the Philippines.
Two-division champ defends his crown
The Netherlands’ Reinier de Ridder will put one of his two pieces of hardware on the line this weekend, when he takes on Russia’s Anatoly Malykhin – himself the current interim heavyweight champ. De Ridder A perfect 16-0 record with four submission wins since joining is the result. ONE In 2019, and is the current champion at middleweight and light weight, and will defend his LHW against Kemerovo. He is also unbeaten with a record of 11-0. Malykhin Has never been out of the second rounds in his career. ONE His career was marked by three remarkable stoppages using his hands. This classic BJJ/Striking fight will be thrilling for fans.
Ruotolo defends the title of world champion
It took less than two months to become a citizen. ONE’s first ever lightweight submission grappling world champion, Kade Ruotolo is back and defending his belt. Ruotolo, a Hawaii-native, was only 19-years old when he won his title. to His amazing skill was reinforced by his incredible skills. It took him just four minutes to Uali Kurzhev won the title, which has been only in ONE Since May. Matheus Gabriel, multiple BJJ world champion from Brazil, is his opponent. Amazing technique and the desire to win are his two main weapons. to go hunting submissions, Gabriel might just be Ruotolo’s toughest task to date. Additionally, you will be able to see Kade’s twin brother Tye in action on the Lead Card.
A new mother puts her title at risk
Many fighters fight for a reason. to Allycia hellen rodrigues is ready to take on the fight, and that’s because she has a new reason. After giving birth for the first time, The Brazilian says she is more hungry than ever and will bring a new level of performance when she defends her atomweight Muay Thai title against America’s Janet Todd. Rodrigues hasn’t fought for more than two years but she has expressed her belief that having a baby doesn’t change anything. to Her level of physical performance. Todd is the interim champ of the division. Todd also holds the Atomweight Kickboxing World title.
A much-anticipated debut
Croatia’s Roberto Soldic steps into the ONE arena this weekend for the first-ever time, and fans from all over the world are very excited to See him in action. With a 20-3 record, he has built up a fearsome reputation in Europe’s and a glance at his record tells you why. A staggering 17 of his 20 wins have been via KO/TKO with two decisions and a submission. to His name. This is an elite striker, with devastating one-shot knockout power – blink and you will miss it. Murad Ramazanov is an undefeated wrestler and will be welcoming Soldic. to The welterweight division, but he will fight confidently due to his 11-0 record and three wins. ONE.
ONE Fight Night 5: De Ridder vs. Malykhin This event will take place at the Mall Of Asia Arena in Manila, Saturday December 3, 5 a.m. GST This is an event you should not miss! to Not to be missed? Mark your calendars! Download the ONE Super App and go to watch.onefc.com now!