Rodtang Jitmuangnon will be back in action at ONE on Prime Video 6. The Thai star will return to kickboxing to take on Daniel Puertas in a flyweight fight.
At ONE on Prime Video 4 last weekend he successfully defended his flyweight Muay Thai title with a lopsided decision win over Joseph Lasiri. This will be the second time he has competed under kickboxing rule since signing for the promotion.
Opponent Puertas is coming off a split decision win over Jiduo Yibu at ONE: ‘Full Circle’. Rodtang is not the only big Thai name to be added to the card which is set for Impact Arena on January 14th.
Rodtang Jitmuangnon 🇹🇭 puts the exclamation point on a Muay Thai MASTERCLASS against Joseph Lasiri!
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Superbon Banchamek has established himself as the best pound for pound kickboxer on the planet after beating Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong, Giorgio Petrosyan and Marat Grigorian. He will have another opportunity to establish his credentials as one of the best in the history of the sport when he faces Chingiz Allazov at ONE on Prime Video 6.
The fight was originally scheduled for ONE on Prime Video 2 but was scrapped after both men ended up getting injured. It will have Superbon’s featherweight title on the line and pit the reigning champion against the newly crowned featherweight Grand Prix winner.
Allazov beat Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong by decision in the Grand Prix final at ONE: ‘X’. He stopped both his previous opponents in the opening round during the tournament.
Superbon will go down in history as the man who shocked the world by knocking out Giorgio Petrosyan. He finished the two time K-1 Max champion with a head kick at ONE: First Strike’:
What. A. KNOCKOUT! Superbon 🇹🇭 SLEEPS Giorgio Petrosyan with a second-round head kick to become the first-ever ONE Featherweight Kickboxing World Champion! 😱 #ONEFirstStrike #WeAreONE #ONEChampionship pic.twitter.com/rQzZqEswSx
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The card looks set to be stacked with Thai fighters and Pongsiri PKSaenchaigym will be returning to the ONE Championship cage after a year long absence. The former Lumpinee and Channel 7 welterweight champion has been matched with Liam Harrison who was stopped by Nong-O Gaiyanghadao last time out.
Also added to the card last week was a kickboxing title fight. Flyweight champion Ilias Ennahachi will be defending his title against Superlek Kiatmoo9 in another rematch.
The two first fought last year with Ennahachi’s decision win causing a lot of controversy. Many fans felt Superlek should have won and he will have the opportunity to challenge for the title again in front of the Thai fans.
As previously announced Nong-O Gaiyanghadao is set to defend his bantamweight Muay Thai title against Alaverdi Ramazanov at ONE on Prime Video 6. The event is set for the Impact Arena in Bangkok on January 14th.
The fight was originally scheduled for ONE: ‘X’ in March but Ramazanov was removed from the card for reasons which remain undisclosed. Felipe Lobo replaced him and was stopped in the third round by Nong-O.
At ONE on Prime Video 1 the Thai successfully defended his bantamweight belt for the sixth time, stopping Lian Harrison with low kicks. Ramazanov was the promotion’s bantamweight kickboxing champion but he lost that strap to Captain Petchyindee.
But the Russian is riding a two fight winning streak and avenged his loss to Captain at ONE 161. He beat the Thai by split decision in the rematch.
🚨 FIGHT ANNOUNCEMENT 🚨 Nong-O Gaiyanghadao is BACK at ONE on Prime Video 6! Up next for the ONE Bantamweight Muay Thai World Champion? Dagestani destroyer and former ONE kickboxing king Alaverdi Ramazanov 👀#ONEonPrimeVideo6 #WeAreONE #ONEChampionship pic.twitter.com/abIrpXumHc
— ONE Championship (@ONEChampionship) November 1, 2022
As previously announced the card will feature a mixed rules fight pitting Stamp Fairtex against Anissa Meksen. Both women are highly experienced in Muay Thai and kickboxing.
But the fight will feature different rules in different rounds. The first three minutes will be Muay Thai but the second stanza will be MMA and the rounds will alternate between the two sports.
Stamp has plenty of MMA experience and holds a 8-2 record in addition to being the former ONE Championship atomweight Muay Thai and kickboxing champion. Meksen has enjoyed plenty of successive in the latter two sports but has never competed in the former.
Things are getting spicy 🔥👀@AnissaMeksen meets Stamp Fairtex in the Circle for a mixed rules super-fight on January 13 at ONE on Prime Video 6!#ONEonPrimeVideo6 | Jan 13 | #ONEChampionship pic.twitter.com/If0icgeSju
— ONE Championship (@ONEChampionship) October 7, 2022
Meanwhile Supergirl Jaroonsakgym will be back in action at ONE on Prime Video 6. The Thai atomweight faces Ekaterina Vandaryeva in rematch that has been in the works since the start of the year.
The event is set for the Impact Arena in Bangkok on January 14th and three fights have been added to the card. Among them is a rematch which features two fighters whose first bout ended in unsatisfactory fashion.
Supergirl beat Ekaterina Vandaryeva by split decision at ONE: ‘Heavy Hitters’ but it was the loser who walked away with a $50,000 USD win bonus. Chatri Sityodtong clearly felt the Belarusian should have won and she will get another chance do do just that in January.
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It was recently announced that ONE Championship would be putting on weekly events at Lumpinee Stadium. These shows will get underway in January and will be broadcast internationally according to Chatri Sityodtong.
The first event has been confirmed for January 20th. Nong-O Gaiyanghadao will be defending his flyweight Muay Thai title against Alaverdi Ramazanov in the main event in a bout that had originally been scheduled for ONE on Prime Video 6.
This will be ONE Championship’s first event in Bangkok since 2020. But there has since been a series of Road to ONE events promoted by Fairtex with three tournament winners earning contracts with the promotion.