ONE: ONLY THE BRAVE – which airs this Friday, 28 January, at the Singapore Indoor Stadium – has received a fresh headliner and some new additions to the main and lead cards.
Jeremy "The Jaguar" Miado was hardly surprised with the performance Senzo Ikeda had at ONE: HEAVY HITTERS.
With the Filipino forced to pull out due to health and safety protocols, Ikeda had to make a quick pivot and face Elipitua "The Magician" Siregar in the first fight night of 2022.
Without question, Miao Li Tao is treating this upcoming match against Jeremy "The Jaguar" Miado at ONE: NEXTGEN this 29 October in Singapore like his life depended on it.
And he has every reason to.
It's been two years since he suffered a shock first round knockout loss to the Filipino at ONE: AGE OF DRAGONS back in November 2019 and it was a defeat that never really sat well with the Chinese grappler.
Team Lakay has gone to great lengths priming the development of its next wave of fighters, deviating from its traditional striking to a more well-balanced approach that incorporates a solid ground game.
Jhanlo Mark "The Machine" Sangiao is the perfect embodiment of that, with his father and famed coach Mark Sangiao expecting great things once the former makes his promotional debut at ONE: WINTER WARRIORS II on 17 December in Singapore.
ONE Championship™ (ONE) returned to the Singapore Indoor Stadium with ONE: NEXTGEN, which aired live on Friday, 29 October. The event featured a pair of explosive kickboxing matchups, an action-packed heavyweight mixed martial arts showdown, a rematch between two fierce strawweights, and the semifinal round of the historic ONE Women’s Atomweight World Grand Prix.
ONE Championship™ (ONE) returned with ONE: WINTER WARRIORS, which aired live from the Singapore Indoor Stadium. The card featured a battle for the ONE Lightweight Kickboxing World Title, the conclusion of the historic ONE Women’s Atomweight World Grand Prix, and other exciting martial arts contests.
In the main event, reigning ONE Lightweight Kickboxing World Champion Regian Eersel continued his reign of dominance after going to war with Islam Murtazaev to secure a split decision and retain his World Title.
ONE Championship™ (ONE) today announced multiple changes to the upcoming ONE: NEXTGEN card, which broadcasts live from the Singapore Indoor Stadium this Friday, 29 October.
ONE Light Heavyweight Kickboxing World Champion Roman Kryklia has withdrawn from his ONE Heavyweight Kickboxing World Title bout against Iraj Azizpour. Taking Kryklia’s place is Anderson “Braddock” Silva, who will face Azizpour in a heavyweight kickboxing non-title bout.
Confidence is definitely riding high for Jeremy "The Jaguar" Miado after he silenced doubters and proved that his conquest of Miao Li Tao was no fluke.
The Filipino striker turned in a repeat performance over his Chinese rival, scoring a second round technical knockout win at ONE: NEXTGEN last Friday to show that his victory was not one-off.
"I've heard all the talk that I got lucky, and Miao even said it, but with this win, I think I proved that my past win was no luck and I really am the better fighter," he said.
Rising South Korean heavyweight star “Mighty Warrior” Kang Ji Won has rapidly built a reputation as an upset-machine in ONE Championship.
Since joining the Singapore-based martial arts organization, the 26-year-old Kang has put together two stunning finishes in the Circle, stopping highly regarded Iranian wrestlers in Mehdi Barghi and Amir Aliakbari.