[PHOTOS] US vs Brazil: Sage Northcutt, Cosmo Alexandre fight at ‘ONE: Enter the Dragon’ in Singapore

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The United States and Brazil were among the 19 countries represented at “ONE: Enter the Dragon” on May 17, 2019. ONE Championship held the combat sports event at the Singapore Indoor Stadium in Kallang, Singapore.

Featuring 10 mixed martial arts matches and six ONE Super Series contests, which were six kickboxing bouts, “ONE: Enter the Dragon” was the Singapore-based martial arts organization’s second event in 2019 that took place in Singapore. The 12th bout was between “Super” Sage Northcutt, 23, of the U.S. and Cosmo “Good Boy” Alexandre, 37, of Brazil.

Northcutt was one of the two representatives of the U.S. at “ONE: Enter the Dragon” while Alexandre was one of the two representatives of Brazil. Argentina, Australia, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, the Republic of Moldova, the Netherlands, the Philippines, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, Turkey and Ukraine were also represented.

Blue Corner

Alexandre was a professional footballer before becoming a professional martial artist. Training out of 013 Muay Thai, he was 19 years old when he started his training in Muay Thai.

“ONE: Enter the Dragon” marked Alexandre’s third ONE Championship bout and first MMA match in the promotion. Under ONE Super Series, he defeated Elliot “The Dragon” Compton, 28, of Queensland, Australia at “ONE: Heroes of Honor” on April 20, 2018 but lost to Nieky “The Natural” Holzken, 34, of Helmond, Netherlands at “ONE: Warrior’s Dream” on November 17, 2018.

Red Corner

Northcutt represents Team Alpha Male in the U.S. and is training out of Evolve MMA in Singapore. He previously competed in the Ultimate Fighting Championship and he made his ONE Championship debut at “ONE: Enter the Dragon.”

Born in Katy, Texas, USA on March 1, 1991, Northcutt was 4 years old when he started his MMA training. In 2010, he appeared in two episodes of the Disney XD series “Moises Rules!”

Fight Result

Northcutt and Alexandre competed in an MMA match in the welterweight division. Olivier Coste served as the referee.

Coste put a stop to the welterweight contest after 29 seconds in the first round. Alexandre knocked out Northcutt.

Winning at “ONE: Enter the Draon” improved the professional MMA record of Alexandre to 8 wins and 1 loss. On the other hand, Northcutt now has 11 wins and 3 losses.

“ONE: Enter the Dragon” Main Events

Both fighting out of the Netherlands, Nieky “The Natural” Holzken, 34, and Regian “The Immortal” Eersel, 25, competed for the inaugural ONE Lightweight Kickboxing World Championship in the co-main event. The latter won the title via unanimous decision.

Christian “The Warrior” Lee, 20, of Singapore challenged reigning ONE Lightweight World Championship: Shinya “Tobikan Judan” Aoki, 35, of Japan in the main event. The Singaporean challenger dethroned the Japanese defending champion via technical knockout.

Check the complete results for “ONE: Enter the Dragon” on Conan Daily.

[PHOTOS] Brazil vs Japan: Alex Silva, Yoshitaka Naito fight at ‘ONE: Enter the Dragon’ in Singapore

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Brazil and Japan were among the 19 countries represented at “ONE: Enter the Dragon” on May 17, 2019. ONE Championship held the combat sports event at the Singapore Indoor Stadium in Kallang, Singapore.

Featuring 10 mixed martial arts matches and six ONE Super Series contests, which were six kickboxing bouts, “ONE: Enter the Dragon” was the Singapore-based martial arts organization’s second event in 2019 that took place in Singapore. The seventh bout was the third time Alex “Little Rock” Silva, 36, and Yoshitaka “Nobita” Naito, 35, of Japan competed inside the ONE Championship cage.

Silva was one of the two representatives of Brazil at “ONE: Enter the Dragon” while Naito was one of the four representatives of Japan. Argentina, Australia, Argentina, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, the Republic of Moldova, the Netherlands, the Philippines, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine and the United States were also represented.

Blue Corner

Born in Japan on February 17, 1984, Naito has been competing professionally since 2012. He joined ONE Championship in 2016.

Training out The Paraestra Matsudo in Chiba, Japan, Naito reigned as the ONE Strawweight World Champion from May 27, 2016 to December 8, 2017 and from May 12, 2018 to September 22, 2018. “ONE: Enter the Dragon” marked his seventh bout in ONE Championship.

Red Corner

Born in Brazil on October 10, 1982, Silva has been competing since 2011. He joined ONE Championship in 2012.

Training out Evolve MMA in Singapore, Silva reigned as the ONE Strawweight World Champion from December 9, 2017 to May 12, 2018. “ONE: Enter the Dragon” marked his 10th ONE Championship bout.

Fight Result

Silva and Naito competed in an MMA match in the strawweight division. Olivier Coste served as the referee.

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

Winning at “ONE: Enter the Dragon” improved the professional MMA record of Naito to 14 wins and 3 losses. On the other hand, Silva now has 7 wins and 4 losses.

“ONE: Enter the Dragon” Main Events

Both fighting out of the Netherlands, Nieky “The Natural” Holzken, 34, and Regian “The Immortal” Eersel, 25, competed for the inaugural ONE Lightweight Kickboxing World Championship in the co-main event. The latter won the title via unanimous decision.

Christian “The Warrior” Lee, 20, of Singapore challenged reigning ONE Lightweight World Championship: Shinya “Tobikan Judan” Aoki, 35, of Japan in the main event. The Singaporean challenger dethroned the Japanese defending champion via technical knockout.

Check the complete results for “ONE: Enter the Dragon” on Conan Daily.

Russia vs Brazil: Ikram Aliskerov vs Geraldo Coelho fight at ‘Brave 21: Saudi Arabia’ in Jeddah

Ikram Aliskerov, Mohammed Shahid, Geraldo Coelho
Ikram Aliskerov, Mohammed Shahid, Geraldo Coelho

Russia and Brazil were among the 11 countries represented at the Brave Combat Federation event “Brave 21: Saudi Arabia” held on December 28, 2018 at the King Abdullah Sports City Indoor Sports Hall in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. It is the final event of the Bahrain-based mixed martial arts promotion in 2018.

Featuring 10 MMA bouts, “Brave 21: Saudi Arabia” is the first Brave CF event to be held in Saudi Arabia. In the seventh bout of the evening, Ikram Aliskerov of Makhachkala, Dagestan, Russia faced Geraldo “Luan Santana” Coelho de Lima Neto of Curitiba, Parana, Brazil.

Blue Corner

Born in Rondonopolis, Mato Grosso, Brazil on December 9, 1990, Coelho is training out of CM System in Curitiba. A Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt, he has been competing professionally as an MMA fighter since 2011.

“Brave 21: Saudi Arabia” marked Coelho’s second Brave CF bout. Three fighters represented Brazil in the event namely Coelho, Bruno Assis and Gabriel Miranda.

Red Corner

Aliskerov was born in Russia on December 7, 1992. A Combat Sambo World Champion, he has been competing professionally as an MMA fighter since 2015.

“Brave 21: Saudi Arabia” marked Aliskerov’s fifth Brave CF bout. Six fighters represented Russia in the event namely Aliskerov, Rustam Chsiev, Akhmed Magomedov, Usman Nurmagomedov, Gadzhimusa Gadzhiev and Marat Magomedov.

Fight Result

Aliskerov and Coelho competed in a catch weight of 79 kg. The referee put a stop to the contest in the third round when the Dagestani fighter knocked out his Brazilian opponent.

By winning at “Brave 21: Saudi Arabia,” Alisterov was able to maintain his undefeated record. He now holds a professional MMA record of 7 wins and 0 loss.

On the other hand, it was Coelho’s first loss in Brave CF. He now has 12 wins and 4 losses.

“Brave 21: Saudi Arabia” Main Events

In the co-main event of the evening, Gadzhimusa “Deadshot” Gadzhiev of Makhachkala, Dagestan, Russia faced Rami “The Russian” Hamed of Beirut, Lebanon in the welterweight division. The Lebanese fighter knocked out his Dagestani opponent in the first round.

In the main event, Marat Magomedov of Makhachkala, Dagestan, Russia and Jeremy “JBC” Kennedy of Surrey, British Columbia, Canada battled it out in the featherweight division. The Canadian contender knocked out his Dagestani opponent in the third round.

Bahrain, Canada, China, Egypt, Japan, Lebanon, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and Syria were also represented at “Brave 21: Saudi Arabia.” Check the complete results here.

Russia vs Brazil: Akhmed Magomedov, Gabriel Miranda fight at ‘Brave 21: Saudi Arabia’ in Jeddah

Akhmed Magomedov, Gabriel Miranda, Carlos Kremer
Akhmed Magomedov, Gabriel Miranda, Carlos Kremer

Russia and Brazil were among the 11 countries represented at the Brave Combat Federation event “Brave 21: Saudi Arabia” held on December 28, 2018 at the King Abdullah Sports City Indoor Sports Hall in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. It is the final event of the Bahrain-based mixed martial arts promotion in 2018.

Featuring 10 MMA bouts, “Brave 21: Saudi Arabia” is the first Brave CF event to be held in Saudi Arabia. In the third bout of the evening, Akhmed Magomedov of Makhachkala, Dagestan, Russia faced Gabriel “Fly” Miranda of Curitiba, Parana, Brazil.

Blue Corner

Miranda was born in Telêmaco Borba, Paraná on March 25, 1990. Training out of CM System in Curitiba, he made his Brave CF debut on September 7, 2018 at “Brave 15” where he submitted Fernando “Nando” Noriega of Peru via guillotine choke.

“Brave 21: Saudi Arabia” marked Miranda’s second Brave CF bout. Three fighters represented Brazil in the event namely Miranda, Bruno Assis and Geraldo Coelho.

Red Corner

Born in Dagestan, Magomedov previously competed in Alliance Fighting Champions. When he made his Brave CF debut on May 11, 2018 at “Brave 12: KHK Legacy,” he submitted Anthony “The Archangel” Engelen of the Netherlands and Indonesia.

“Brave 21: Saudi Arabia” marked Magomedov’s second Brave CF bout. Six fighters represented Russia in the event namely Chsiev, Akhmed Magomedov, Usman Nurmagomedov, Ikram Aliskerov, Gadzhimusa Gadzhiev and Marat Magomedov.

Fight Result

Magomedov and Miranda competed in the featherweight division. After three five-minute rounds, the bout was put in the hands of the judges.

In the end, the referee raised the hand of Magomedov. The Dagestani MMA fighter was declared the winner via unanimous decision.

By winning at “Brave 21: Saudi Arabia,” Magomedov was able to keep his undefeated record. He now holds a professional MMA record of 5 wins and 0 loss.

On the other hand, Miranda now has 13 wins and 5 losses. The loss to Magomedov ended the Brazilian fighter’s four-bout winning streak.

“Brave 21: Saudi Arabia” Main Events

In the co-main event of the evening, Gadzhimusa “Deadshot” Gadzhiev of Makhachkala, Dagestan, Russia faced Rami “The Russian” Hamed of Beirut, Lebanon in the welterweight division. The Lebanese fighter knocked out his Dagestani opponent in the first round.

In the main event, Marat Magomedov of Makhachkala, Dagestan, Russia and Jeremy “JBC” Kennedy of Surrey, British Columbia, Canada battled it out in the featherweight division. The Canadian contender knocked out his Dagestani opponent in the third round.

Bahrain, Canada, China, Egypt, Japan, Lebanon, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and Syria were also represented at “Brave 21: Saudi Arabia.” Check the complete results here.