Bi Nguyen is ready to counter Puja Tomar’s strengths at ‘ONE: Immortal Triumph’ in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Bi Nguyen (©ONE Championship)
Bi Nguyen (©ONE Championship)

Bi “Killer Bee” Nguyen was one of the Vietnamese martial artists featured in the open workout held by ONE Championship as a preliminary activity for “ONE: Immortal Triumph” at the Hotel Nikko Saigon in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam on September 3, 2019. The Vietnamese-American fighter is set to make her debut in the Singapore-based organization’s striking-only league ONE Super Series.

“I’m excited to compete in ONE Super Series,” Nguyen stated. “This organization has so much talent, and the opportunities for athletes are endless. One of the biggest reasons why I love being in ONE Championship is because I can fully test my abilities in all areas of fighting.”

Featuring kickboxing and Muay Thai bouts only, “ONE: Immortal Triumph” is the first ever ONE Championship event that does not have any mixed martial arts match on the card. In the eighth bout of the evening, Nguyen will face her fellow ONE Super Series debutante Puja Tomar of India in a Muay Thai bout in the atomweight division.

“I am in no way taking my opponent, Puja Tomar, lightly,” Nguyen shared. “I’ve prepared very well to counter her strengths and what she brings to the table. I expect a great performance for the both of us and the fans happy with the action they get to see. I’m definitely going for the finish if it presents itself!”

“ONE: Immortal Triumph” marks Nguyen’s third outing in ONE Championship. As a professional MMA fighter, she has 1 win and 1 loss in the promotion.

Taking place at the Phu Tho Indoor Stadium in Ho Chi Minh City on September 6, 2019, “ONE: Immortal Triumph” is the first ever ONE Championship event to take place in Vietnam. Aside from Vietnam, 14 other countries will be represented namely Australia, Brazil, France, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Pakistan, Russia, Slovakia, Thailand, the United Kingdom and the United States.

Ticket information for “ONE: Immortal Triumph” is available at www.onefc.comHere is a clip from the recent workout in Ho Chi Minh City:

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‘SFC 8: Renegades of Fight’ fight card: Nurshahidah Roslie vs Fan Yin, Rey Caitom Jr. vs Elias Nggenggo

'SFC 8: Renegades of Fight'

  • Promotion: Singapore Fighting Championship (SFC)
  • Title: “SFC 8: Renegades of Fight”
  • Venue: Foochow Building, Singapore
  • Date: September 28, 2019

Bout #


Sport/ Division/ Notes

Red Corner (Country)

Blue Corner (Country)


1 Joe Webb (Juggernaut FC, Singapore) Nathan Lieschke (Australia) Amateur MMA 3×3 min/ Catchweight 85kg / Rest time 1 min in between rounds
2 Ian Chue (Naksu Muay Thai, Singapore) Ling Kai Tze (Sharks Muay Thai, Malaysia) Catchweight 70kg/ Professional Muay Thai 3×3 min/ Rest time 1 min in between rounds
3 Ashraf Fauzi (Juggernaut FC, Singapore) TBA Catchweight 70kg/ Professional Mixed-Martial Arts 3×5 min/ Rest time 1 min in between rounds
4 Brandon Ng (Independent, Singapore) Murugan Silvarajoo (Malaysia) Catchweight 70kg/ Professional Muay Thai 3×3 min/ Rest time 1 min in between rounds
5 Kittipong Ho (KBX, Singapore) Hisyam Samsudin (Ewako MMA, Malaysia) TBA/ Pro Boxing 4×3 min/ Rest time 1 min in between rounds
6 Rafi Majid (Juggernaut FC, Singapore) Bambang Rusiadi (Indonesia) Super Middleweight/ Pro Boxing 6×3 min/ Rest time 1 min in between rounds
7 Orwa Issa (King Orwa Boxing Academy, Syria) Gusti El Nino (Indonesia) Lightweight


8 Muhammad Ashiq (Juggernaut Fight Club, Singapore) Selemani Bangaiza (Tanzania) Featherweight


Co-Main Event

9 Rey Caitom (Unbeatable Boxing, Philippines) Elias Nggenggo (Indonesia) Minimum Weight 48kg/ WBC Asian Boxing Council Minimumweight Title/ Pro Boxing 10×3 min/ Rest time 1 min in between rounds

Main Event

10 Nurshahidah Roslie (Juggernaut Fight Club, Singapore) Fan Yin (China)


WBC Silver Female Super Bantamweight Title/ Female Pro Boxing 10×2 min/ Rest time 1 min in between rounds


Malaysia’s Lehe knocks out Bryan Tee at ‘ONE Warrior Series 7’ in Singapore

Olivier Coste, Lehe (©ONE Championship)
Olivier Coste, Lehe (©ONE Championship)

Representing Malaysia, “Lehe F3” Lehe, 22, was one of the winners at “Rich Franklin’s ONE Warriors Series” Season 7. It was his first bout in the ONE Championship subsidiary headed by mixed martial arts veteran Rich “Ace” Franklin, 44, of the United States.

ONE Championship held “ONE Warrior Series 7” in Singapore on August 6, 2019 featuring one Muay Thai contest and 14 professional MMA matches. In the first bout of the evening, Lehe competed in a Muay Thai match in the strawweight division against Bryan Tee, 21, of Singapore.

Including Malaysia and Singapore, 16 countries were represented at “ONE Warrior Series 7.” The others are Australia, Brazil, Brunei, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Myanmar, Northern Ireland, the Philippines, South Korea, Thailand, the U.S. and Vietnam.

Malaysia had three representatives namely Lehe, Matt “Pirate” Korro, 33, and Ariz “Ayep SC” Izzudin, 29. On the other hand, Tee solely represented Singapore.

Representing Nook Kok Supergame Muay Thai Gym of Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, Korro competed in an MMA match in the flyweight division. He was submitted by “The Karate Kid” Sai Nyan Lin, 26, of Myanmar.

Bryan Tee, Olivier Coste, Lehe (©ONE Championship)
Bryan Tee, Olivier Coste, Lehe (©ONE Championship)

Training out of Equinox MMA in Johor Bahru, Malaysia, Izzudin competed in an MMA match in the strawweight division. He was knocked out by Allan Albindo, 22, who trains out of Yaw-Yan Ardigma Cebu in Cebu City, Philippines.

Like Equinox MMA, Lehe’s gym Muay Thai 98 Fitness Gym JB is located in Johor Bahru. His Singapore opponent at “ONE Warrior Series 7” is a product of Eminent Air Muay Thai Singapore at North Bridge Road, Singapore.

Lehe was born on April 25, 1997. He went to Sekolah Kebangsaan Pasir Puteh in Pasir Puteh, Kelantan Darul Naim, Malaysia.

Check all the official results of “ONE Warrior Series 7” on Conan Daily. Watch all the 15 bouts here:

[PHOTOS] UK vs Thailand: Jonathan Haggerty, Rodtang Jitmuangnon fight at ‘ONE: Dawn of Heroes’ in the Philippines

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The United Kingdom and Thailand were represented at “ONE: Dawn of Heroes” on August 2, 2019. It was the third ONE Championship event in 2019 that took place in the Philippines.

Featuring 12 mixed martial arts matches and two Muay Thai matches, “ONE: Dawn of Heroes” took place at the SM Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines. In the co-main event of the evening, Jonathan “The General” Haggerty, 22, of the U.K. faced “The Iron Man” Rodtang Jitmuangnon, 22, of Thailand.

Including the U.K. and Thailand, 12 countries were represented at “ONE: Dawn of Heroes.” The other countries were Australia, Brazil, China, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, South Korea, the United States and Vietnam.

Haggerty was one of the two fighters who represented the U.K. Rodtang was one of the three representatives of Thailand.

Blue Corner

Born in Phatthalung, Thailand on July 23, 1997, Rodtang is training out of Jitmuangnon Gym in Bangkok, Thailand. He has been competing professionally since he was 10 years old.

“ONE: Dawn of Heroes” marked the Rodtang’s fifth ONE Super Series bout. He was coming out of a knockout victory over Sok Thy, 21, of Cambodia.

Red Corner

Haggerty is training out of Team Underground, Knowlesy Academy and Keddles Gym in London, England, U.K. He has been competing professionally since he was 9 years old.

“ONE: Dawn of Heroes” marked Haggerty’s third ONE Super Series outing. He was coming out of a unanimous decision victory that dethroned then ONE Muaythai Flyweight World Champion Sam-A Gaiyanghadao, 35, of Thailand.


Haggery defended his ONE Muaythai Flyweight World Championship title against Rodtang. Atsushi Onari served as the referee.

After five three-minute rounds, the title bout was left in the hands of the judges. In the end, Onari raised the hand of Rodtang, who was declared the winner via unanimous decision.

Winning at “ONE: Dawn of Heroes” improved the professional Muay Thai record of Rodtang to 257 wins, 41 losses and 10 draws. On the other hand, Haggerty now has 15 wins and 2 losses.

Check the complete “ONE: Dawn of Heroes” results on Conan Daily. Meanwhile, here is a clip from the press conference: