Crowley looked the more active of the two to start the bout. The Kiwi went to work with a series of jabs and then, as the two women clinched up, Crowley sent a crunching high knee to her Japanese rival’s temple. A couple of sharp jabs had Hirata stumble backward, but the K-Clann representative lunged for the takedown. A mad scramble ensued and Crowley got her opponent's back briefly. Hirata, however, was able to recover. Another takedown followed and Crowley had side control momentarily before Hirata scrambled free and returned to her feet. “Strong Heart Fighter” and Crowley tied up before Hirata got her opponent to the mat. The Japanese athlete got into top position, but the Kiwi used her hips to escape. This did not matter, though. Hirata followed with relentless strikes to conclude an exciting first round.
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    Click here to read how Hirata’s “Strong Heart” helped her overcome setbacks due to injuries as a judoka.

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    Crowley accepted this bout on short notice and enters as an underdog. However, as she told, she wants to prove to all Kiwis that anything is possible.

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    We wrap up the lead card in the atomweight division. Nyrene “Neutron Bomb” Crowley will try to become the first woman to defeat Itsuki “Strong Heart Fighter” Hirata.

    2/7/2020 1:01:42 PM

    Sunoto defeated Nurul Fikri via unanimous decision (mixed martial arts – catchweight of 68 kilograms)

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    Fikri came forward right away, but Sunoto caught him with a right-left combination, with the left hook scoring more cleanly. Fikri entered again, and again "The Terminator" took him to the canvas. A well-timed level change on Fikri's entrance made it an easy takedown to complete. Fikri was able to get full guard with an overhook on Sunoto's right arm. With just over two minutes remaining, the referee stood them back up. However, "The Terminator" secured another takedown within seconds. He advanced from half-guard to side control in the final minute, but he was unable to achieve a finish.
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    Fikri began with an inside leg kick, but Sunoto responded with a combination and a smile. The two athletes exchanged leg kicks as they tried to find opportunities to close the distance. "The Terminator" caught a right leg kick and took Fikri back to the canvas. Sunoto was heavy on top, landing occasional shoulder strikes without posturing up. He was content to ride out top position until the end of the round.
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    After a slow start, Sunoto landed a big left hand toward the end of the first minute that visibly stunned Fikri. "The Terminator" took the bout to the canvas, which allowed Fikri to regain his composure after the heavy strike. Fikri tied up Sunoto well to avoid any ground and pound. Sunoto tried to posture up, but the Gracie Barra trained athlete immediately tied him back up. The Terminator Top Team and Indogym standout attempted to pass, but he got stuck in half-guard.
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    Who did it better?
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    Sunoto is a member of the Indonesian national sambo team.

    2/7/2020 12:37:04 PM
    “The Terminator” Sunoto meets Nurul Fikri in a catchweight contest next.
    2/7/2020 12:36:27 PM

    Abro Fernandes defeated Eko Priandono via unanimous decision (mixed martial arts – flyweight)

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    Fernandes refused to let up in the third stanza, but he instead threw with more precision than power. Then he shot for the takedown, but Priandono was wise to his efforts and kept it standing. Both men had yet to put their foot on the gas, but Priandono started to engage with blazing left hands. This did not deter Fernandes, who continued to circle away and lead with inside kicks to the leg. Priandono continued to throw with more volume and consistency, which forced “The Black Komodo” to keep his defenses tight. After some late activity from "Electric Knock Out," the back-and-forth action came to an end as the bell rang to end the bout.
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    Again, it was a tentative start. Soon, however, Fernandes and Priandono traded leg kicks in the center of the ring. Fernandes waited for his opponent's leg kick, and then he stepped forward and launched a right into the midsection. But his follow-up takedown attempt lacked any real power and the contest remained standing. Priandono opted to counter with his sharp left hand. Conversely, Fernandes continued to lead with his right – he even flung a couple of left kicks, but his opponent circled away. "Electric Knock Out" managed to catch Fernandes on the chin with an overhand right, but “The Black Komodo” did not go down. Fernandes continued to threaten, but neither man looked like they had the upper hand.
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    Fernandes was the early aggressor, as he circled his opponent and tried to work the jab. Priandono, however, stood his ground. “The Black Komodo” started to throw with more power, but he could not connect with his one-two combination against the more shifty Priandono. Both men looked to establish their range and the referee called for more action. Each kept a tight guard, but Priandono launched a left kick at his rival’s midsection just seconds before the first round came to a close.
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    Fernandes and Priandono combine for a 69% finishing rate in their victories. Do not expect this one to go to the judges.

    2/7/2020 12:09:37 PM

    We go back to mixed martial arts action for Abro “The Black Komodo” Fernandes vs. Eko “Electric Knock Out” Priandono. You can expect non-stop movement in this flyweight bout.

    2/7/2020 12:08:32 PM

    Taiki Naito defeats Savvas Michael Petchyindee Academy via unanimous decision (ONE Super Series Muay Thai – flyweight)

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    "Silent Sniper" dropped Michael with a right hand on the outset of the final frame. The Cypriot answered the count once again. Michael pressed forward to stay in the face of Naito, but the Japanese striker's defense allowed him to avoid damage. The Petchyindee Academy representative began throwing caution to the wind in an attempt to break Naito, but he could not land efficiently. "Silent Sniper" covered up or clinched when in danger.
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    Michael came right out with pressure at the beginning of the second round. Naito countered with a right hand over the top. "The Baby Face Killer" moved forward, and Naito dropped him with a counter straight right hand. Michael answered the count to continue the contest. "Silent Sniper" scored with a right kick to the outside of his opponent's thigh. Michael's pace slowed down after the knockdown, as the Japanese striker kept connecting with kicks to his rival's lead leg.
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    The two strikers used leg kicks to gauge the distance between them in the opening seconds. Michael threw a long jab, but Naito countered with a kick to the body. "The Baby Face Killer" landed a good body kick of his own moments later. After a brief stop in the action due to an eye poke to Naito, the action resumed. "Silent Sniper" scored with an inside leg kick and then swept Michael to the mat. The Cypriot pressed forward to force Naito to the ropes. The Japanese striker circled back to the center without taking damage. Michael closed the round coming forward, but he failed to connect with a power shot.
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    This is Michael’s first bout since his freak injury last August. He returns against an athlete who has been on fire. Naito keeps sharpening his skills, thanks to his brothers.
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    We stay with ONE Super Series Muay Thai action, but move to the flyweight division. “The Baby Face Killer” Savvas Michael Petchyindee Academy takes on Taiki “Silent Sniper” Naito!
    2/7/2020 11:39:11 AM

    Josh Tonna defeats Andy Howson via knockout at 2:20 of round two (ONE Super Series Muay Thai – strawweight)

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    Tonna attacked more to start the round, but Howson quickly upped his aggression and connected more with his punches. However, the Aussie briefly dropped his rival to the canvas with a knee to the gut. The Brit answered back with a punching combination and scored with a head kick, which Tonna shook off. While they started dodging each other's strikes, “Timebomb” poured it on in the final 75 seconds of the round. He attacked the Brit against the ropes with a dazzling array of strikes. The Aussie threw him off-balance with a lead hook and then pulled his head down and crumpled him with a knee. While Howson was able to get up, he was in no shape to continue.

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    The two immediately stuck close to each other and batted off strikes. Tonna took control of the ring, but Howson comfortably engaged. Both men exchanged stiff punches and low kicks, but Howson’s body kicks connected more and more. When the Australian retaliated with a body kick of his own, it was caught and he was subsequently dumped to the floor. While Tonna applied pressure, Howson smacked him with a clean cross a few times.

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    One thing fans know about Tonna is that he constantly looks for the knockout. Howson may be a promotional newcomer, but he trains with Liam Harrison, who is known for his incredible KOs. Basically, what we’re saying is … “Don’t Blink.” You are in for a treat.

    2/7/2020 11:19:47 AM

    Next up is a ONE Super Series Muay Thai showdown in the strawweight division between Andy Howson and Josh Tonna.

    2/7/2020 11:18:38 AM

    Fajar defeats Egi Rozten via TKO at 2:39 of round one (mixed martial arts – flyweight)

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    It was a feeling-out process that started slowly before Fajar threw a couple of outside kicks to break the ice. He shot in for a double-leg and got into side mount near the ropes. “Macho” then transitioned into top position, found a way past Rozten’s guard, and began dropping bombs on his opponent. A series of elbows and several punches later, Rozten was left covering up to weather the storm. The referee stepped in to halt the contest and awarded “Macho” the first-round TKO finish.
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    Rozten is a veteran, but he needs to be careful. People who have “Macho” in their name are usually superstars.

    2/7/2020 11:03:59 AM

    Flyweights are on tap as Egi Rozten takes on “Macho” Fajar!

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    Lead card action is coming up shortly. Find out how you can watch it all LIVE!

    2/7/2020 10:53:33 AM
    Before the show starts, go behind the scenes and check out what our athletes were up to on the "ONE: WARRIOR'S CODE Event Week Vlog!"
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    2/7/2020 10:30:44 AM

    Five-time Brazilian jiu-jitsu world champion Leandro Ataides competes against Reinier De Ridder in the evening’s co-main event. Learn more about these two middleweight contenders in this exclusive video feature.

    2/7/2020 10:19:11 AM

    In tonight’s main event, history will be made. Petchmorakot Petchyindee Academy and Pongsiri PK.Saenchaimuaythaigym clash for the inaugural ONE Super Series Featherweight Muay Thai World Championship.

    This bout originally featured Jamal Yusupov and Detrit Sathian Muay Thai, but both had to withdraw from the contest. Learn how this World Title clash came together in the past 48 hours.

    2/7/2020 10:09:18 AM

    This is your 1-hour warning for ONE: WARRIOR’S CODE!

    Stay right here on the live blog for articles, polls, videos, and updates surrounding tonight’s competitors!

    2/7/2020 9:58:02 AM
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