Yuya Wakamatsu defeats Dae Hwan Kim via unanimous decision
    10/13/2019 2:59:18 AM
    Both men controlled the center of the Circle at various times, but it was Wakamatsu who darted in with single punches and kicks, which left a mark on the South Korean.
    However, when he attacked with more punches, Kim bum-rushed him to the fence, landed a takedown, and assumed top position. He landed some elbows, but Wakamatsu surrendered his back, escaped out the back door, and smashed his tired foe with a body kick.
    The Japanese star couldn't muster up any more offense before the final bell sounded, but the hometown hero could earn the nod.
    10/13/2019 2:59:06 AM
    This methodical game of chicken continued in the second round, as each man respected the other's power and didn't want to commit a bout-ending error. But halfway through the period, Dae Hwan Kim went on the attack, applied pressure, and threw Yuya Wakamatsu to the canvas with 20 seconds to spare in the frame. He dropped some ground strikes and went for a choke, but he didn't have enough time to fully execute it, as the bell rang to end the round.
    10/13/2019 2:48:51 AM
    Yuya Wakamatsu put Dae Hwan Kim on the back foot. He wisely picked his shots, cleanly tagging the South Korean on the chin a handful of times. Kim played the role of the counter-striker and got a few strikes in of his own. However, while they went toe-to-toe, they were still hesitant to strike. Expect the action to pick up in round two.
    10/13/2019 2:41:38 AM
    Now, it's time for the final bout of the preliminary card.
    Yuya Wakamatsu takes on Dae Hwan Kim.
    Let the battle of the flyweight knockout artists begin!
    10/13/2019 2:35:05 AM

    Agilan Thani showed up backstage and was in good spirits. He may not have gotten the win, but he was thrilled to share the Circle with a legend of the sport. The Malaysian sensation said, “I am just thankful to be a part of this big card and to be fighting Yushin Okami. This is a game. There has to be a winner and there has to be a loser. I am happy for Yushin Okami, but I’ll come back soon and keep on winning.”

    10/13/2019 2:32:43 AM

    Lito Adiwang is backstage! He smiled, and he also gave us a "scary" face upon request (which, as you can see, is not scary at all). About his victory, he said, "I feel very happy. I knew he was a tough opponent. He is a hometown hero, but I’m here to win and I prepared hard for this. So I came, and I conquered."

    10/13/2019 2:25:09 AM

    Sam-A Gaiyanghadao defeats Daren Rolland via knockout 1:20 of round two

    10/13/2019 2:23:47 AM
    These rounds were so exciting, we had to watch it twice!

    Sam-A Gaiyanghadao and Daren Rolland engaged in an absolute thriller. There was back-and-forth action, elbows thrown, and a plethora of sweeps.
    However, during a wild forward-attack from Rolland in the second frame, Sam-A stepped back and knocked his French rival out cold with a straight left.
    10/13/2019 2:23:38 AM
    It's time! It's time! It's Muay Thai time!
    Former ONE Flyweight Muay Thai World Champion Sam-A Gaiyanghadao makes history again, as he competes against Daren Rolland in the first-ever ONE Super Series Muay Thai men's strawweight contest!
    10/13/2019 2:13:17 AM

    Yushin Okami defeats Agilan Thani via split decision

    10/13/2019 2:05:26 AM
    This time, it was Agilan Thani's turn to take the back. He secured Yushin Okami's back and locked-in a body figure-four, but was not able to slide his arm underneath the chin to get the rear-naked choke. 
    Okami scrambled away, but Thani stuck to him like glue. He kneed the Japanese star to the body and got the back again. However, when it became apparent he wasn't going to get the choke, he pounded Okami's ribs until the bell sounded to end the match.
    10/13/2019 2:03:40 AM
    Join us for the preliminary card of ONE: CENTURY PART I, happening right now!
    10/13/2019 2:02:31 AM
    Yushin Okami took Agilan Thani back to the ground and worked towards his favorite submission — the rear-naked choke. He kept trying to improve his position to lock-in the choke, but Thani valiantly denied him.
    The "Alligator" went for a last-ditch guillotine choke at the end of the round, but could not get the tappity tap he wanted. Round three is on the horizon.
    10/13/2019 1:57:46 AM
    Following the initial feeling-out stage, Yushin Okami struck. Agilan Thani tried to drag his Japanese foe to the ground, but it backfired. He returned to his feet and the striking exchanges continued.
    Okami eventually hit a double-leg takedown, scrambled out of a guillotine choke, and secured a seemingly airtight rear-naked choke. Thani held on, and he even stood up with Okami strapped on him like a backpack. An exciting end to the opening frame. 
    10/13/2019 1:52:29 AM
    It's time for the Legend versus the Phenom!
    Japanese martial arts icon Yushin "Thunder" Okami returns home to face Malaysian sensation Agilan "Alligator" Thani in a welterweight showdown.
    Grappling enthusiasts, this one is especially for you.
    10/13/2019 1:43:01 AM
    The ONE Women's Atomweight World Title main event between "Unstoppable" Angela Lee and "The Panda" Xiong Jing Nan is still to come.
    In the meantime, get prepared for the awesomeness with this special preview.
    10/13/2019 1:40:10 AM

    Itsuki Hirata defeats RIka Ishige via submission (armbar) at 4:44 of round two

    10/13/2019 1:34:52 AM
    A fun stand-up exchange to kick off the second frame, but Hirata got the better of the punches and then took her Thai rival to the canvas. There was a brief stand-up by the referee, but Hirata rocked Ishige once more, took her to the ground, and worked for an armbar. She eventually secured the submission, forcing Ishige to tap out with just seconds to spare in the round.
    10/13/2019 1:34:10 AM

    Hirata wasted no time once the bell rang. She floored Ishige with a straight right, and then she pounced with ground and pound. The Thai went for an armbar, but Hirata escaped and returned to her ground attack. This round clearly belonged to the Japanese rising star.
    10/13/2019 1:26:37 AM
    Rika "Tiny Doll" Ishige is walking to the Circle dressed as Sailor Moon!
    The Thai starlet is known for cosplaying. Before she throws down, check out the five times she dressed up as a pop culture icon.
    10/13/2019 1:19:00 AM
    Before we get ready to see Itsuki Hirata battle Rika Ishige, take a few minutes to read Demetrious Johnson's letter to his younger self.
    10/13/2019 1:09:25 AM

    Lito Adiwang defeats Senzo Ikeda via TKO at 1:57 of round one

    10/13/2019 1:05:21 AM
    The "Thunder Kid" struck in Tokyo. Lito Adiwang hip tossed Senzo Ikeda against the Circle's fence, trapped the Japanese star's right arm between his legs, and cranked with a headlock. Ikeda escaped, however, an injury to his left arm forced the referee to call off the bout.
    10/13/2019 1:03:42 AM
    Take a few minutes to check out Lito Adiwang's handiwork from ONE Warrior Series.
    10/13/2019 12:44:16 AM
    Next up is Japan's own Senzo Ikeda. He is the Pancrase Flyweight World Champion who is moving down to strawweight.
    Ikeda welcomes Team Lakay's Lito "Thunder Kid" Adiwang to ONE Championship. Fans of Rich Franklin's ONE Warrior Series will be familiar with the Filipino, who is riding a five-bout win streak.
    This is one of our sleepers for Bout Of The Night. Read more about it here.
    10/13/2019 12:40:39 AM

    Yoon Chang Min defeats Phoe Thaw via submission (rear-naked choke) at 3:17 of round one

    10/13/2019 12:34:34 AM
    Another fast one. Yoon Chang Min uses his extraordinary grappling to attack Phoe Thaw's perceived area of weakness. The South Korean took the striking specialist down, jockeyed for position, and slapped on the rear-naked choke for the win.
    10/13/2019 12:33:14 AM

    Between Phoe Thaw and Yoon, they have only one loss.

    Also, Phoe Thaw has an 88 percent finishing rate and Yoon has a spotless 100 percent finishing rate.
    Logic says this one may not go the distance.
    10/13/2019 12:02:31 AM
    The show continues to roll!
    Myanmar featherweight sensation Phoe "Bushido" Thaw meets South Korea's Yoon Chang Min.
    10/13/2019 12:02:31 AM

    Kwon Won Il defeats Sunoto via TKO at 1:43 of round one

    10/13/2019 12:02:31 AM
    The first bout opened with a bang. Kwon Won Il stood and traded with Sunoto. He caught the Indonesian, and finished him on the canvas with ground and pound.
    10/13/2019 12:02:31 AM
    ONE: CENTURY PART I will kick off with a bantamweight mixed martial arts bout between "The Terminator" Sunoto and "Pretty Boy" Kwon Won Il.

    Kwon is looking to stand and trade with the Indonesian. It will be interesting to see if "The Terminator" obliges or if he has other plans.
    10/12/2019 11:56:40 PM
    It's a beautiful day at the Ryogoku Kokugikan in Tokyo, Japan. 

    ONE: CENTURY will get underway in 15 minutes.

    To watch live, click here, and also, log in to the ONE Super App to build your ONE Fantasy team in case you have not done so yet!
    10/12/2019 11:45:24 PM

    In the main event of ONE: CENTURY’s first epic event, Angela Lee defends her ONE Atomweight World Title in a rematch against ONE Women’s Strawweight World Champion Xiong Jing Nan. Lee was unable to dethrone Xiong in their first contest, and she faces a tough test to hold on to her crown, as the Chinese superstar will be giving her all to become ONE’s first ever two-division Women’s World Champion.

    Plus, two World Grand Prix Champions will be crowned. The greatest mixed martial artist of all time, 12-time Flyweight World Champion Demetrious Johnson, battles Filipino phenom Danny Kingad for the ONE Flyweight World Grand Prix Championship, while ONE Lightweight World Champion Christian Lee meets explosive knockout artist Saygid Guseyn Arslanaliev for the ONE Lightweight World Grand Prix Championship.

    10/12/2019 11:43:09 PM
    It’s the biggest event in martial arts history, as ONE Championship commemorates its 100th blockbuster show. 
    It will be a full day of non-stop action, with two stacked cards being hosted on the same day. Featuring a record seven World Title bouts and 28 martial arts World Champions, fans will get to see the very best martial artists on the planet showcase their skills in massive contests.
    10/12/2019 10:56:55 PM
    10/12/2019 1:19:41 PM
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