• Amazing Allazov
  • It is pretty early in 2023 to be talking about knockout of the year contenders – but Chingiz Allazov certainly gave us one to discuss. Taking on the legendary Superbon, the Azerbaijani-Belarussian landed a sumptuous right cross in the second round to turn the lights out on the champ. Allazov ends the year with the win in the ONE Featherweight Kickboxing World Champion and receiving a $60,000 Bonus. A very good night’s work.

    • Jaroonsak, Fairtex, and Jaroonsak both make absolute warriors

    Anissa Mexen and Stamp Fairtex had been rumored to be in a mixed-rules match, but Mexan failed weight cutting protocol. The fight was canceled. Up stepped 19-year-old Anna Jaroonsak – for a three round strawweight kickboxing bout, and did these two put on a show. Fairtex may have come out of it with a decision win and a performance bonus – but both came out with huge credibility for the short-notice fight.

    Never let the glasses fool you – Mikey Musumeci is a beast. His defense ONE The American won the Flyweight Submission Grappling World Title. He performed a demonstration against Gantumur Baanduuren. Musumeci had a goal to be the top sambo fight in his division, so he got Bayanduuren in. The American spent the whole fight controlling the pace, position, and seamlessly transitioning. from One submission after another. Bayanduuren, who was indestructible, deserves credit for not being stopped. Musumeci, however, is at a higher level.

    • Rodtang seeks two titles

    The current ONE Rodtang, Flyweight Muay Tha World Champion Rodtang might not have his title at stake this weekend but he certainly made an impact. He made his way to the next level. ONE unbeaten run to 13 bouts across striking disciplines with an impressive catchweight kickboxing clash over Jiduo Yibu – could we He could challenge for the second title within the next few years.

    • It’s still a treasure trove of wisdom that legends possess

    Two ONE With impressive wins, legends demonstrated that they still have a lot of fight left in their legs this weekend. Aung La N Sang, a former world champion at middleweight and light-heavyweight light heavyweights gave plenty of joy to his supporters by taking down Gilberto Galvao within 89 seconds. After having suffered three losses in a row, the Burmese Python won back-to-back victories. Garry Tonon was another man who bounced back from a loss. With a win in the first round of kimura over Johnny Nunez, he got 2023 off on the right foot. Tonon’s defeat last time out was his first in seven ONE The MMA fighter can look up to the featherweight division.