[PHOTOS] Thailand vs England: Sam-a Gaiyanghadao, Jonathan Haggerty fight at ‘ONE: For Honor’ in Jakarta, Indonesia

Sam-A Gaiyanghadao, Jonathan Haggerty

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Thailand and England were among the 14 countries represented at “ONE: For Honor.” It was the second ONE Championship event in 2019 that took place in Indonesia.

Featuring 10 mixed martial arts matches and four ONE Super Series contests, which are four Muay Thai bouts, “ONE: For Honor” took place at the Istora Senayan in Jakarta, Indonesia on May 4, 2019. In the main event, Jonathan “The General” Haggerty, 21, of Walworth, London, United Kingdom challenged reigning ONE Flyweight Muay Thai World Champion Sam-A Gaiyanghadao, 34, of Buriram, Thailand.

Sam-A was one of the two fighters who represented Thailand at “ONE: For Honor” while Haggerty solely represented England. Cambodia, China, India, Japan, Kyrgyzstan, Lithuania, Malaysia, Russia, Scotland, South Korea and the United States were also represented.

Blue Corner

Haggerty has been competing professionally since he was 9 years old. He was an International Sport Karate Association (ISKA) Super-Featherweight World Champion and a Roar Combat League World Champion.

“ONE: For Honor” marked Haggerty’s second ONE Super Series outing. When he made his promotional debut at “ONE: Eternal Glory” at the Istora Senayan in Jakarta, Indonesia on January 19, 2019, he defeated Joseph “The Hurricane” Lasiri, 27, of Milan, Italy.

Red Corner

Sam-A was 15 years old when he started training at the Petchyindee Muay Thai academy in Bangkok, Thailand. On May 18, 2018, he was crowned the inaugural ONE Muay Thai Flyweight World Champion by defeating Sergio “Samurai” Wielzen, 31, of the Netherlands at “ONE: Unstoppable Dreams” at the Singapore Indoor Stadium in Kallang, Singapore.

“ONE: For Honor” marked Sam-A’s third ONE Super Series bout. He was born Phithakammara Pawit in Buriram on October 13, 1983.

Fight Results

Atsushi Onari served as the referee of the championship bout between Sam-A and Haggerty. Jonathan Lai, Ian Cartwright and Olivier Coste served as the judges.

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

Winning at “ONE: For Honor” improved the Muay Thai record of Haggerty to 15 wins and 1 loss. On the other hand, Sam-a now has 366 wins, 47 losses, 9 draws.

Check the official results for “ONE: For Honor” on Conan Daily.

[PHOTOS] Japan vs Kyrgyzstan: Yushin Okami, Kiamrian Abbasov fight at ‘ONE: For Honor’ in Jakarta, Indonesia

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Japan and Kyrgyzstan were among the 16 countries represented at “ONE: For Honor.” It was the second ONE Championship event in 2019 that took place in Indonesia.

Featuring 10 mixed martial arts matches and four ONE Super Series contests, which are four Muay Thai bouts, “ONE: For Honor” took place at the Istora Senayan in Jakarta, Indonesia on May 4, 2019. In the co-main event of the evening, Yushin “Thunder” Okami, 37, of Kanagawa, Japan and Kiamrian “Brazen” Abbasov, 25, of Novorossiysk, Kyrgyzstan.

Okami was one of the four fighters who represented Japan at “ONE: For Honor” while Abbasov solely represented Kyrgyzstan. Australia, Cambodia, China, England, India, Lithuania, Malaysia, Russia, Scotland, South Korea, Thailand, the United States and Vietnam were also represented.

Blue Corner

Originally from Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, Abbasov is training out of Novoros Fight in Novorossiysk. He was born in Bishkek on July 8, 1993.

A former Prime Selection GP Welterweight Champion, Abbasov has been competing professionally since 2011 and he joined ONE Championship in 2018. “ONE: For Honor” marked his third ONE Championship bout.

Red Corner

Born on July 21, 1981 in Kanagawa, Okami has been competing professionally since 2002. He previously competed in the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

Okami made his ONE Championship debut at “ONE: For Honor.” He is training out of Wajutsu Keishukai Tokyo in Koto, Tokyo, Japan.

Fight Results

Okami and Abbasov competed in an MMA match in the welterweight division. Olivier Coste served as the referee.

Coste put a stop to the contest after 1 minute and 10 seconds in the second round. Abbasov knocked out Okami.

Winning at “ONE: For Honor” improved the professional MMA record of Abbasov to 21 wins and 4 losses. On the other hand, Okami now has 35 wins and 13 losses.

“ONE: For Honor” Main Event

Jonathan “The General” Haggerty, 21, of Walworth, London, United Kingdom challenged reigning ONE Flyweight Muay Thai World Champion Sam-A Gaiyanghadao, 34, of Buriram, Thailand in the main event. [RESULT TO BE ADDED HERE]

Check the official results for “ONE: For Honor” on Conan Daily.

[PHOTOS] Japan vs Russia: Tetsuya Yamada, Marat Gafurov fight at ‘ONE: For Honor’ in Jakarta, Indonesia

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Japan and Russia were among the 16 countries represented at “ONE: For Honor.” It was the second ONE Championship event in 2019 that took place in Indonesia.

Featuring 10 mixed martial arts matches and four ONE Super Series contests, which are four Muay Thai bouts, “ONE: For Honor” took place at the Istora Senayan in Jakarta, Indonesia on May 4, 2019. The 12th bout of the evening was between Tetsuya “MMA Fantasista” Yamada, 29, of Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Japan and Marat “Cobra” Gafurov, 34, of Makhachkala, Dagestan, Russia.

Yamada was one of the four fighters who represented Japan at “ONE: For Honor” while Gafurov was one of the two representatives of Russia. Australia, Cambodia, China, England, India, Kyrgyzstan, Lithuania, Malaysia, Scotland, South Korea, Thailand, the United States and Vietnam were also represented.

Blue Corner

Born in Russia on November 21, 1984, Gafurov has been competing professionally as an MMA fighter since 2010. He joined ONE Championship in 2014.

Gafurov is a former ONE Featherweight World Champion. “ONE: For Honor” marked his 10th ONE Championship bout.

Red Corner

Born in Yokosuka on April 2, 1990, Yamada has been competing professionally as an MMA fighter since 2007. A former ZST Welterweight Champion, he joined ONE Championship in 2016.

Yamada is training out of Top Team Makhachkala. “ONE: For Honor” marked his sixth outing in the promotion.

Fight Results

Yamada and Gafurov competed in an MMA match in the featherweight division. Kemp Cheng served as the referee.

After three five-minute rounds, the featherweight contest was left in the hands of the judges. In the end, Cheng raised the hand of Gafurov, who was declared the winner via unanimous decision.

Winning at “ONE: For Honor” improved the professional MMA record of Gafurov to 17 wins and 2 losses. On the other hand, Yamada now has 26 wins, 7 losses and 2 draws.

“ONE: For Honor” Main Event

Jonathan “The General” Haggerty, 21, of Walworth, London, United Kingdom challenged reigning ONE Flyweight Muay Thai World Champion Sam-A Gaiyanghadao, 34, of Buriram, Thailand in the main event. [RESULT TO BE ADDED HERE]

Check the official results for “ONE: For Honor” on Conan Daily.

[PHOTOS] Thailand vs Australia: Yodpanomrung Jitmuangnon, Tyler Hardcastle fight at ‘ONE: For Honor’ in Jakarta, Indonesia

Yodpanomrung Jitmunagnon, Fabrice Fairtex Delannon
Yodpanomrung Jitmunagnon, Fabrice Fairtex Delannon

*More photos to be added after the bout

Thailand and Australia were among the 16 countries represented at “ONE: For Honor.” It was the second ONE Championship event in 2019 that took place in Indonesia.

Featuring 10 mixed martial arts matches and four ONE Super Series contests, which are four Muay Thai bouts, “ONE: For Honor” took place at the Istora Senayan in Jakarta, Indonesia on May 4, 2019. The 11th bout of the evening was between Yodpanomrung “The Lightning Knee” Jitmuangnon, 24, of Thailand and Tyler Hardcastle, 22, of Perth, Western Australia, Australia.

Yodpanomrung was one of the two fighters who represented Thailand at “ONE: For Honor” while Hardcastle solely represented Australia. Cambodia, China, India, England, Japan, Kyrgyzstan, Lithuania, Malaysia, Russia, Scotland, South Korea and the United States were also represented.

Blue Corner

Originally from Doncaster, England, Hardcastle moved to Australia with his family. He is training out of Riddler’s Gym in Perth.

Hardcastle was born on July 17, 1996. He made his ONE Super Series debut at “ONE: For Honor.”

Red Corner

Yodpanomrung was 9 years old when he started his Muay Thai training. He multiple Muay Thai World Championship titles including those from World Professional Muaythai Federation, World Muaythai Council, Omnoi and Channel 7 Stadium.

“ONE: For Honor” marked Yodpanomrung’s second ONE Super Series bout. When he made his debut in the league at “ONE: Conquest of Heroes” on September 22, 2018 at the Jakarta Convention Center in Jakarta, he lost via split decision to “The Funky Drummer” Fabrice Fairtex Delannon, 36, of French Guiana.

Fight Results

Yodpanomrung and Hardcastle competed in an Muay Thai contest in the bantamweight division. Atsushi Onari served as the referee.

Onari put a stop to the contest after 2 minutes and 11 seconds in the third round. Yodpanomrung knocked out Hardcastle.

Winning at “ONE: For Honor” improved the professional Muay Thai record of Yodpanomrung to 231 wins, 69 losses and 2 draws. On the other hand, Hardcastle has 24 wins and 9 losses.

“ONE: For Honor” Main Event

Jonathan “The General” Haggerty, 21, of Walworth, London, United Kingdom challenged reigning ONE Flyweight Muay Thai World Champion Sam-A Gaiyanghadao, 34, of Buriram, Thailand in the main event. [RESULT TO BE ADDED HERE]

Check the official results for “ONE: For Honor” on Conan Daily.