Indonesia vs China: Sunoto, Niu Kang Kang fight at ‘ONE: Eternal Glory’ in Jakarta

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Indonesia and China were among the 14 countries represented at “ONE: Eternal Glory” at the Istora Senayan in Jakarta, Indonesia on January 19, 2019. It is the first event of ONE Championship in 2019.

Featured on the fight card were two Muay Thai bouts and 12 mixed martial arts matches. In the third bout of the evening, “The Terminator” Sunoto, 33, of Indonesia faced Niu Kang Kang, 22, of China.

Blue Corner

Niu was born in China on May 28, 1996. He is training out of Dragon Warrior Gym in Shanghai, China.

“ONE: Eternal Glory” marked Niu’s ONE Championship debut. He previously competed in The Legend King Championship, Kunlun Fight MMA and Rebel Fighting Championship.

Red Corner

Sunoto was born in Indonesia on April 3, 1985. Training out of IndoGym and Team Phantom MMA, he is the World Karate Federation Indonesia Champion.

The Indonesian fighter has been competing professionally since 2013. “ONE: Eternal Glory” marked his 15th bout in ONE Championship.

Fight Result

Sunoto and Niu competed in an MMA bout at a catch weight of 68 kg. Referee Olivier Coste put a stop to the contest after 31 seconds in the first round when the Chinese fighter knocked out his Indonesian opponent via head kick.

Winning at “ONE: Eternal Glory” improved Niu’s professional MMA record to 5 wins and 1 loss. He was the only fighter who represented China in the event.

On the other hand, Sunoto was one of the eight hometown fighters on the card. The recent loss downgraded his record to 10 wins and 5 losses.

“ONE: Eternal Glory” Main Events

In the main event of “ONE: Eternal Glory,” Yosuke “Tobizaru” Saruta, 31, of Saitama, Japan will challenge Joshua “The Passion” Pacio, 22, of La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. The Japanese challenger won via split decision.

In the co-main event, Alexi “Phet” Serepisos, 24, of New Zealand and Mongkolpetch Petchyindee Academy, 23, of Thailand competed in a Muay Thai contest in the flyweight division. The Thai contender won via unanimous decision.

Brazil, India, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, New Zealand, the Philippines, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand and the United Kingdom were also represented at “ONE: Eternal Glory.” Check the complete fight card here.

Here are Michael Schiavello and Mitch Chilson giving a “ONE: Eternal Glory” recap:

[PHOTOS] Indonesia vs Korea: Anthony Engelen, Kwon Won Il fight at ‘ONE: Eternal Glory’ in Jakarta

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Indonesia, the Netherlands and South Korea were among the 14 countries to be represented at “ONE: Eternal Glory” at the Istora Senayan in Jakarta, Indonesia on January 19, 2019. It is the first event of ONE Championship in 2019.

Featured on the fight card were two Muay Thai bouts and 12 mixed martial arts matches. In the fifth bout of the evening, Anthony “The Archangel” Engelen, 33, of Netherlands and Indonesia and “Pretty Boy” Won Il Kwon, 23, of Goyang, South Korea.

Blue Corner

Kwon has been competing professionally since 2014. He is training out of Extreme Combat and Top Gym BF.

“ONE: Eternal Glory” marked Kwon’s ONE Championship debut. He entered the cage as an undefeated fighter.

Red Corner

Engelen was born and raised in Ermelo, Gelderland, Netherlands. His father Roland Engelen is from Manado, North Sulawesi, Indonesia while his mother Inky Engelen is Dutch.

Anthony trains out of Indogym in Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta. “ONE: Eternal Glory” marked his eighth ONE Championship bout.

Fight Result

Anthony and Kwon competed in an MMA match in the featherweight division. Referee Kemp Cheng put a stop to the contest after 1 minute and 7 seconds in the first round when the Korean fighter knocked out his Dutch-Indonesian opponent via strikes.

Winning at “ONE: Eternal Glory” improved Kwon’s professional record to 6 wins and 0 loss. On the other hand, Lasiri now has 8 wins and 5 losses.

“ONE: Eternal Glory” Main Events

In the main event of “ONE: Eternal Glory,” Yosuke “Tobizaru” Saruta, 31, of Saitama, Japan will challenge Joshua “The Passion” Pacio, 22, of La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. The Japanese challenger won via split decision.

In the co-main event, Alexi “Phet” Serepisos, 24, of New Zealand and Mongkolpetch Petchyindee Academy, 23, of Thailand competed in a Muay Thai contest in the flyweight division. The Thai contender won via unanimous decision.

Brazil, China, India, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, the Philippines, Russia, Singapore, Thailand and the United Kingdom were also represented at “ONE: Eternal Glory.” Check the complete fight card here.

Here are Michael Schiavello and Mitch Chilson giving a “ONE: Eternal Glory” recap:

[PHOTOS] Indonesia vs Philippines: Stefer Rahardian, Robin Catalan fight at ‘ONE: Eternal Glory’ in Jakarta

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Indonesia and the Philippines were among the 14 countries to be represented at “ONE: Eternal Glory” at the Istora Senayan in Jakarta, Indonesia on January 19, 2019. It is the first event of ONE Championship in 2019.

Featured on the fight card were two Muay Thai bouts and 12 mixed martial arts matches. In the seventh bout of the evening, Stefer “The Lion” Rahardian, 32, of Jakarta faced Robin “The Ilonggo” Catalan, 30, of Iloilo, Philippines.

Blue Corner

Born in Santa Barbara, Iloilo on August 10, 1988, Catalan started his martial arts training in 2006. He wanted to follow the footsteps of his older brother Rene “The Challenger” Catalan, 30, who is a multiple-time wushu world champion and is also a ONE Championship athlete.

Robin won the Philippines National Wushu Sanda Championship in 2007 and 2008 and the International Federation of Muaythai Amateur World Muay Thai Championship in 2011. “ONE: Eternal Glory” marked his seventh bout in ONE Championship.

Red Corner

A protege of Carlson Gracie, Rahardian is known as a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu specialist. He is training out of Jakarta and Bali Muay Thai and MMA.

Rahardian was the ONE Indonesia Flyweight Tournament Champion. “ONE: Eternal Glory” marked his eighth ONE Championship bout.

Fight Result

Rahardian and Robin competed in an MMA match in the strawweight division. After three five-minute rounds, the contest was left in the hands of the judges.

In the end, referee Kemp Cheng raised the hand of Robin. The Filipino fighter was declared the winner via unanimous decision.

Winning at “ONE: Eternal Glory” improved Robin’s professional MMA record to 8 wins and 5 losses. It marked his fourth win in ONE Championship.

On the other hand, Rahardian now has 8 wins and 3 losses. He is now riding a three-bout losing streak.

“ONE: Eternal Glory” Main Events

In the main event of “ONE: Eternal Glory,” Yosuke “Tobizaru” Saruta, 31, of Saitama, Japan will challenge Joshua “The Passion” Pacio, 22, of La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. The Japanese challenger won via split decision.

In the co-main event, Alexi “Phet” Serepisos, 24, of New Zealand and Mongkolpetch Petchyindee Academy, 23, of Thailand competed in a Muay Thai contest in the flyweight division. The Thai contender won via unanimous decision.

Brazil, China, India, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand and the United Kingdom were also represented at “ONE: Eternal Glory.” Check the complete fight card here.

Here are Michael Schiavello and Mitch Chilson giving a “ONE: Eternal Glory” recap:

[PHOTOS] Italy vs UK: Joseph Lasiri, Jonathan Haggerty fight at ‘ONE: Eternal Glory’ in Jakarta, Indonesia

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Italy and the United Kingdom were among the 14 countries to be represented at “ONE: Eternal Glory” at the Istora Senayan in Jakarta, Indonesia on January 19, 2019. It is the first event of ONE Championship in 2019.

Featured on the fight card were two Muay Thai bouts and 12 mixed martial arts matches. In the eighth bout of the evening, Joseph “The Hurricane” Lasiri, 27, of Milan, Italy faced Jonathan “The General” Haggerty, 21, of Walworth, London, United Kingdom.

Blue Corner

Haggerty is the International Sport Karate Association (ISKA) Super-Featherweight World Champion and a Roar Combat League World Champion. He has been competing professionally since he was nine years old.

“ONE: Eternal Glory” marked Haggerty’s ONE Super Series debut. He is training out of Team Underground, Knowlesy Academy and Keddles Gym.

Red Corner

Born and raised in Milan, Lasiri was 17 years old when he started his Muay Thai training under the tutelage of Diego Calzolari. The latter was was the first Italian to ever win at Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.

Training out of One Shot De Pro, Lasiri is a World Boxing Council (WBC) Muay Thai Super Bantamweight World Champion. “ONE: Eternal Glory” marked his fourth ONE Super Series bout.

Fight Result

Lasiri and Haggerty competed in a Muay Thai match in the flyweight division. After three rounds, the contest was left in the hands of the judges.

In the end, referee Atsushi Onari raised the hand of Haggerty. The British fighter was declared the winner via unanimous decision.

Winning at “ONE: Eternal Glory” improved Haggerty’s professional record to 14 wins and 1 loss. On the other hand, Lasiri now has 31 wins and 8 losses.

“ONE: Eternal Glory” Main Events

In the main event of “ONE: Eternal Glory,” Yosuke “Tobizaru” Saruta, 31, of Saitama, Japan will challenge Joshua “The Passion” Pacio, 22, of La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. The Japanese challenger won via split decision.

In the co-main event, Alexi “Phet” Serepisos, 24, of New Zealand and Mongkolpetch Petchyindee Academy, 23, of Thailand competed in a Muay Thai contest in the flyweight division. The Thai contender won via unanimous decision.

Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, the Netherlands, New Zealand, the Philippines, Russia, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand were also represented at “ONE: Eternal Glory.” Check the complete fight card here.

Here are Michael Schiavello and Mitch Chilson giving a “ONE: Eternal Glory” recap:

[PHOTOS] Indonesia vs India: Priscilla Hertati Lumban Gaol, Puja Tomar fight at ‘ONE: Eternal Glory’ in Jakarta

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Indonesia and India were among the 14 countries represented at “ONE: Eternal Glory.” It is the first event of Singapore-based martial arts organization ONE Championship in 2019.

Featuring 10 mixed martial arts matches and two Muay Thai contests, “ONE: Eternal Glory” took place at the Istora Senayan in Jakarta, Indonesia on January 19, 2019. The ninth bout of the evening is a battle between wushu fighters Priscilla “Thathi” Hertati Lumban Gaol, 30, of Jakarta faced Puja “The Cyclone” Tomar, 25, of Madhya Pradesh, India.

Blue Corner

Tomar resides in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India and trains out of Crossfit Fitness Academy in Delhi, India. She is a multiple-time Indian National wushu champion.

Competing professionally since 2013, Tomar fought first in Super Fight League before joining ONE Championship. “ONE: Eternal Glory” marked her third ONE Championship bout.

Red Corner

At the age of 17, Gaol started her wushu training. She went on to become a local boxing champion, an Indonesian National Wushu Champion and a Southeast Asia Games Wushu bronze medalist.

Training out of Siam Training Camp in Jakarta, Gaol was the ONE Championship athlete with the most fights in 2018, winning five out of six. “ONE: Eternal Glory” marked her ninth outing in the Singapore-based promotion.

Fight Result

Gaol and Tomar competed in an MMA bout in the women’s atomweight division at “ONE: Eternal Glory.”

After three five-minute rounds, the contest was left in the hands of the judges. In the end, referee Olivier Coste raised the hand of Tomar, who was declared the winner via split decision.

Winning at “ONE: Eternal Glory” improved Tomar’s professional MMA record to 4 wins and 3 losses. On the other hand, Gaol now has 5 wins and 4 losses.

“ONE: Eternal Glory” Main Events

In the main event of “ONE: Eternal Glory,” Yosuke “Tobizaru” Saruta, 31, of Saitama, Japan will challenge Joshua “The Passion” Pacio, 22, of La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. The Japanese challenger won via split decision.

In the co-main event, Alexi “Phet” Serepisos, 24, of New Zealand and Mongkolpetch Petchyindee Academy, 23, of Thailand competed in a Muay Thai contest in the flyweight division. The Thai contender won via unanimous decision.

Brazil, China, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, New Zealand, the Philippines, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand and the United Kingdom were also represented at “ONE: Eternal Glory.” Check the complete fight card here.

Here are Michael Schiavello and Mitch Chilson giving a “ONE: Eternal Glory” recap:

[PHOTOS] Philippines vs Singapore: Edward Kelly, Christian Lee fight at ‘ONE: Eternal Glory’ in Indonesia

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The Philippines and Singapore were among the 14 countries represented at “ONE: Eternal Glory.” It is the first event of Singapore-based martial arts organization ONE Championship in 2019.

Featuring 10 mixed martial arts matches and two Muay Thai contests, “ONE: Eternal Glory” took place at the Istora Senayan in Jakarta, Indonesia on January 19, 2019. In the 10th bout of the evening, Edward “The Ferocious” Kelly, 34, of Baguio City, Philippines faced Christian “The Warrior” Lee, 20, of Tanjong Pagar, Singapore.

It was a rematch between Kelly and Lee. During their first encounter at “ONE: Beyond the Horizon” on September 8, 2018 in Shanghai, China, Lee was disqualified due to illegal suplex so the victory was automatically awarded to Kelly.

Blue Corner

Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on June 21, 1998, Lee is the younger brother of reigning ONE Women’s Atomweight World Champion Angela “Unstoppable” Lee, 22. They are both training out of Evolve MMA in Singapore and United MMA in Hawaii, United States.

Christian is a five-time Pankration World Champion. As an MMA fighter, the Evolve MMA fighter has been competing professionally since 2015.

Red Corner

Born on March 1, 1984 in the Philippines, Kelly is training out of Team Lakay in Baguio City, Philippines. He competed on the Philippines Wushu Team in 2000 and joined ONE Championship in 2013.

On January 26, 2018, Kelly knocked out Meas Meu, 28, of Cambodia via head kick and punches after 21 seconds in the first round at “ONE: Global Superheroes.” It is the fastest knockout in ONE featherweight history.

Fight Result

Kelly and Christian competed in an MMA bout in the featherweight division at “ONE: Eternal Glory.” Referee Kemp Cheng put a stop to the contest after 2 minutes and 53 seconds in the first round.

Christian knocked out Kelly via strikes. This improved the Singaporean fighter’s professional MMA record to 11 wins and 3 losses.

On the other hand, Kelly now has 11 wins and 6 losses. “ONE: Eternal Glory” marked the second time the Team Lakay athlete was knocked out via strikes in the ONE Championship cage.

“ONE: Eternal Glory” Main Event

In the main event of “ONE: Eternal Glory,” Yosuke “Tobizaru” Saruta, 31, of Saitama, Japan will challenge Joshua “The Passion” Pacio, 22, of La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. The Japanese challenger won via split decision.

In the co-main event, Alexi “Phet” Serepisos, 24, of New Zealand and Mongkolpetch Petchyindee Academy, 23, of Thailand competed in a Muay Thai contest in the flyweight division. The Thai contender won via unanimous decision.

Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Russia, South Korea, Thailand and the United Kingdom were also represented at “ONE: Eternal Glory.” Check the complete fight card here.

Here are Michael Schiavello and Mitch Chilson giving a “ONE: Eternal Glory” recap:

[PHOTOS] New Zealand vs Thailand: Alexi Serepisos vs Mongkolpetch Petchyindee Academy at ‘ONE: Eternal Glory’ in Indonesia

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New Zealand and Thailand were among the 14 countries represented at “ONE: Eternal Glory.” It is the first event of Singapore-based martial arts organization ONE Championship in 2019.

Featuring 10 mixed martial arts matches and two Muay Thai contests, “ONE: Eternal Glory” took place at the Istora Senayan in Jakarta, Indonesia on January 19, 2019. In the co-main event of the evening, ONE Super Series debutantes Alexi “Phet” Serepisos, 24, of Hamilton, New Zealand faced Mongkolpetch Petchyindee Academy, 23, of Isaan, Thailand.

Blue Corner

Born in Isaan to rice farmer parents, Mongkolpetch was only 10 years old when he first competed. He eventually moved to Nonthaburi, Bangkok, Thailand, trained at Kesa Gym and became a Lumpinee Stadium Muay Thai World Champion.

But due to some distractions, Mongkolpetch stopped training and was kicked out by Kesa Gym. Eventually, he was recruited by Petchyindee Academy.

Red Corner

Serepisos was born in Hamilton to immigrant Greek parents. He was 16 years old when his first child was born.

It was at JAI Thai Boxing where Serepisos started his martial arts training. The Kiwi fighter is The WMC I1 World Champion.

Fight Result

Serepisos and Mongkolpetch competed in a Muay Thai bout in the flyweight division at “ONE: Eternal Glory.” It was one of the two ONE Super Series contests on the card.

After three rounds, the bout was left in the hands of the judges. In the end, referee Atsushi Onari raised the hand of Mongkolpetch, who was declared the winner via unanimous decision.

Winning at “ONE: Eternal Glory” improved Mongkolpetch’s professional record to 111 wins and 40 losses. On the other hand, Serepisos now has 40 wins and 14 losses.

“ONE: Eternal Glory” Main Event

In the main event of “ONE: Eternal Glory,” Yosuke “Tobizaru” Saruta, 31, of Saitama, Japan will challenge Joshua “The Passion” Pacio, 22, of La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines. The Japanese challenger won via split decision.

Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, the Philippines, Russia, Singapore, South Korea and the United Kingdom were also represented at “ONE: Eternal Glory.” Check the complete fight card here.

Here are Michael Schiavello and Mitch Chilson giving a “ONE: Eternal Glory” recap: