ONE Championship returns home to “The Lion City” for its latest thriller, and you can stay connected to all of the action. Follow our blog for ONE: EDGE OF GREATNESS, coming to you live from beautiful Singapore. In the main event, ONE Bantamweight Muay Thai World Champion Nong-O Gaiyanghadao will defend his title against Thai phenom Saemapetch Fairtex. The card will also feature Amir Khan, Ev Ting, Rahul Raju, Dejdamrong Sor Amnuaysirichoke, Alex Silva, Colbey Northcutt, and more!

    Take a moment to learn more about Padmi’s background and what led her to ONE Championship.

    11/22/2019 1:03:16 PM

    ONE: EDGE OF GREATNESS is just getting started. Now, Putri “Ami” Padmi welcomes Colbey Northcutt to ONE Championship in a flyweight contest!

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    We caught up with a very happy Petchmorakot backstage. He was beyond thrilled with his victory. “I didn’t fight Muay Thai for a year, since last fight in ONE with Liam Harrison. After that, I fought in the kickboxing rule set, which was not my original style. But, I tried my best,” he says. “I am an elbow and knee type of fighter, so I finished my opponent with my best weapon. This fight, I came back to being myself. I feel very confident.”

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    Alex Silva defeats Peng Xue Wen via submission (armbar) at 4:45 of round two (mixed martial arts — strawweight)

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    Silva opened the contest with his boxing, but he held his hands low and quite open. As Peng moved forward with another cross, the Brazilian ducked and hit a takedown. 


    The man known as “Little Rock” strategically advanced to side control and then the north-south position for a possible choke, but Peng got loose and returned to his feet.


    Although Silva continued with his volume-punches, Peng cracked him with a cross and a hook. However, he soon hit a takedown, and then went for an armbar, but the Chinese athlete quickly shook him off.


    With the action back upright, Silva used his punches to set up another takedown. From there, he jumped into mount. He went for a last-minute armbar in mid-roll and … he got the tap!!!

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    Operating out of the southpaw stance, Alex Silva obliged to trade with Peng. He connected with punches and even landed a strong side head kick, which was partially blocked. The Chinese athlete did not necessarily retaliate with volume, but he picked his shots wisely.


    Silva went for the takedown halfway into the opening stanza, but the grappling-savvy Peng did well to defend and move away. That left the two to stand and trade. The Brazilian’s shots got loopier, and a cross from his rival would wobble him.


    Peng rushed forward to finish him, but Silva went for a failed leg lock. However, that allowed him to reverse positions. Nonetheless, Peng was able to scramble back to his feet, prompting a stand-up battle once again.


    Despite engaging, the Brazilian seemed a bit tentative. He landed a spinning back kick, but it did not affect his Chinese opponent. Soon thereafter, the bell rang.

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    Did you know…


    ONE: EDGE OF GREATNESS marks Peng’s first trip to the Singapore Indoor Stadium?


    Silva has only competed twice in the venue, walking away with a 1-1 record.

    11/22/2019 12:39:53 PM
    We are kicking off the main card with a colossal strawweight match-up!
    Former ONE Strawweight World Champion Alex “Little Rock” Silva goes head-to-head with Chinese grappler Peng Xue Wen.
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    That is all for the prelims!
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    After celebrating his win with his fans, Shuya Kamikubo paid respect to Bruno Pucci. “Thanks to Bruno, I could find the problems and issues [in my skill set],” he said. “It was really great to fight him. I respect him as a person because he is so mature.”

    11/22/2019 12:25:04 PM
    Petchmorakot Petchyindee Academy defeats Charlie Peters via knockout at 1:48 of round two (ONE Super Series Muay Thai — featherweight)
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    Peters used good footwork to escape from an onslaught of leg kicks early in the second round. 
    They get tangled in the ropes, and then the action shifted back to the center of the ring. The two-division Lumpinee Stadium Muay Thai World Champion changed gears and went on the offensive. He dropped Peters with a clean hit as they clinched in the corner, but the Englishman managed to get back to his feet.
    Petchmorakot drove forward, drove a few painful knees into his rival, and crumpled Peters to the canvas. After Peters was unable to continue, the referee called a stop to the action.
    11/22/2019 12:19:04 PM
    After the initial feeling out period, both men exchanged leg kicks. Petchmorakot put power behind his kicks, but “Charlie Boy” smartly evaded and nearly swept the Thai hero.
    Petchmorakot threw out a high kick to the head of his English opponent, but Peters returned with inside kicks to the thigh.
    He lined up a roundhouse, but Peters started to let his hands fly, and as the Thai hero moved forward, the Double K representative swept him to the canvas.
    Peters stormed in with an offensive tirade, and let loose with more combinations. Petchmorakot launched a flying knee as Peters egged him on. The action is intense and we can expect more in round two.
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    This is Peters’ second bout in ONE, and it could not be any tougher. He is facing a guy who shocked the world in the ONE Featherweight Kickboxing World Grand Prix.

    11/22/2019 12:03:18 PM

    And now, it’s time for the last bout on the prelims. We have top-notch ONE Super Series action as Petchmorakot Petchyindee Academy takes on Charlie “Boy” Peters in a featherweight affair.

    11/22/2019 11:58:11 AM

    Nguyen Tran Duy Nhat defeats Yuta Watanabe via knockout at 0:30 of round two (ONE Super Series Muay Thai — flyweight)

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    Nguyen went right back to what was successful in the first round - the head kick. It landed flush again, and that marked a KO win for "No. 1."
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    Nguyen launched a hard high kick to get the attention of Watanabe in the opening minute. Nguyen checked a few low kick attempts from the Japanese striker and returned fire with a sharp kick to the body.
    As Watanabe backed away, Nguyen scored with a head kick to put him on the canvas. Watanabe answered the count, but he got dropped again right away.
    Nguyen tried to close the show in the waning seconds of the round, but Watanabe covered up and made it to the second frame.
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    EIWA SPORT GYM’s Watanabe is a former WMC Muay Thai Open Champion. Duy Nhat, representing Hochiminh City Muay Team, returns after a third-round KO back in September.

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    Flyweight bragging rights are up for grabs when Vietnam’s Nguyen Tran “No. 1” Duy Nhat squares off against Japan’s Yuta Watanabe in ONE Super Series Muay Thai action.
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    We saw Liam Nolan backstage following his win, and he was in good spirits. “My left kick worked a lot. I felt in control when I was stepping forward, and I felt stronger, faster, and more technical than him,” Nolan said. “I want to just keep progressing and hopefully fight better people moving forward.”

    11/22/2019 11:45:42 AM

    Shuya Kamikubo defeats Bruno Pucci via unanimous decision (mixed martial arts — bantamweight)

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    Kamikubo runs forward with an overhand right, which connects, followed by a few more short punches. Then, he went back for the takedown towards the corner. Pucci defended well for nearly two minutes, but the Japanese warrior would not be denied — he hit it and threw punches from the guard. 


    The Brazilian went into his bag of jiu-jitsu tricks, but Kamikubo shut down his counter-attacks, returned to guard or half-guard, and threw punches when the opportunity presented itself. As "Puccibull" tried to escape at the very end, Kamikubo threw knees to the head and went back towards his grappling-heavy strategy.

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    Kamikubo lowered his head and threw punches to get in close for a takedown. He quickly grabbed his waist, put him on his back, and, from the half guard position, methodically flung knees and elbows at Pucci’s head.


    The Brazilian returned to his feet, but Kamikubo did not give him a chance to breathe. He worked for a single-leg, hit a takedown, struck from the half-guard position. "Puccibull" did well to manuever to his opponent's back and go for a rear-naked choke, but he was slammed to the mat and ate some ground and pound before covering up.


    Again, Pucci escaped, but for Kamikubo, it was rinse and repeat. Will it differ in the third round? We will find out!

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    It was a round packed with grappling.

    Pucci came out with fire and immediately looked for a modified guillotine choke of sorts, but the Japanese bantamweight reached for a leg and tried taking him down towards the ropes. Mr. “Puccibull” pulled guard and worked towards a triangle, but Kaimukbo slid out.


    Though Pucci returned to his feet quickly, “Stealth” stayed glued to him and searched for a takedown near the corner. The Brazilian reversed course and hit a takedown of his own, and he even got his rival’s back. But Kamikubo escaped and brought him down against the corner.


    The pair kept reversing each other's attempts, but Kamikubo eventually put him in a D'Arce-type grip and flung some knees to the head. His Brazilian rival escaped, but those would be the most significant strikes of the opening stanza.

    We're off to round two.

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    Take a look at the athlete profiles for Pucci and Kamikubo before the bell rings for the first round.

    11/22/2019 11:22:18 AM

    Now we head to mixed martial arts action in the bantamweight division as Bruno “Puccibull” Pucci meets Shuya “Stealth” Kamikubo. This will be Pucci’s bantamweight debut, and he is riding a two-bout win streak, whereas Kamikubo is on a six-bout win streak.

    11/22/2019 11:21:27 AM
    Liam Nolan defeats Brown Pinas via unanimous decision (ONE Super Series Muay Thai — featherweight)
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    Nolan threatened constantly with his trademark high kicks, but the power in his hands also kept Pinas on guard. 
    Pinas started to come alive a little, and landed several clean strikes. He even scored a nice spinning back elbow counter. 
    The Dutchman found a way to close the distance and threw a series of combinations. Nolan returned fire with powerful kicks as both men tangled at the ropes just as the bell sounded.
    It is up to the judges now.
    11/22/2019 11:20:18 AM
    Nolan began to take command of the round from the start. Pinas tried to find a way past Nolan’s tight guard, but could not connect with his stiff jabs.
    The Englishman continued to deliver stabbing leg kicks to Pinas’ midsection whenever the Dutchman crept forward to strike.
    Nolan continued to maintain his work rate with front kicks and jumping round kicks, and both men found themselves at the corner of the ring.
    The bell has rung, and we are headed to round three!
    11/22/2019 11:15:31 AM
    Both men tested each other with kicks in the opening minute. A front push kick from the Englishman sent Pinas backwards, but the Dutchman kept on advancing.
    They traded kicks as Nolan pushed Brown against the ropes. The English striker’s confidence grew, and he started to move forward and connected with a nice inside kick, which sent Pinas to the canvas momentarily.
    More furious kicks followed from the former Roar Combat League Champion. His aggression kept Pinas tight on defense, as the bell rung to close the first round.
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    The Dutchman, Pinas, already made a mark in ONE Championship with a highlight-reel knockout against Yohann Fairtex Drai last November, but Britain’s Nolan is no easy out. The former Roar Combat League World Champion hopes to pick up win #17 in this European clash.

    11/22/2019 11:02:59 AM

    Let’s kick-off the prelims with a ONE Super Series contest in the featherweight division between Brown Pinas and Liam Nolan!

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    The prelim action is set to begin. Find out how you can watch it all live here.

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    Don’t forget to set your fantasy line-up for ONE: EDGE OF GREATNESS. Download the ONE Super App and make your picks!
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    Colbey Northcutt has made it a family affair inside the Circle. But now, she is ready to forge her own path toward the top. Sage’s sister is set to make her ONE debut by opening the main card against Putri Padmi.
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    Here is the full card for ONE: EDGE OF GREATNESS tonight

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    Saemapetch Fairtex will battle his idol, Nong-O Gaiyanghadao, for the ONE Bantamweight Muay Thai World Championship in the main event. But do not expect hero worship. Read why Saemapetch has no plans to hold back in his quest for ONE glory.

    11/22/2019 10:10:45 AM

    Welcome to the ONE: EDGE OF GREATNESS live blog! We are at an hour before showtime, but keep it locked right here for articles, polls, and videos surrounding the athletes competing tonight!

    11/22/2019 10:08:53 AM
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