[PHOTOS] Indonesia vs Cambodia: Priscilla Hertati Lumban Gaol vs Nou Srey Pov fight at ‘ONE: For Honor’ in Jakarta

*More photos to be added after the bout

Indonesia and Cambodia 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 10th bout of the evening was between Priscilla “Thathi” Hertati Lumban Gaol, 30, of Jakarta and Nou Srey Pov, 24, of Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Gaol was among the seven hometown heroes who competed at “ONE: For Honor” while Nou was one of the two representatives of Cambodia. Australia, China, England, India, Japan, Kyrgyzstan, Lithuania, Malaysia, Russia, Scotland, South Korea, Thailand, the United States and Vietnam were also represented.

Blue Corner

Nou was a Kun Khmer World Champion and is currently training at Cambodian Top Team. “ONE: For Honor” marked her second ONE Championship outing.

In 2018, Nou was named the Female Fighter of the Year by the World Lethwei Championship. In the same year, she made her successful professional MMA debut and ONE Championship debut.

Red Corner

Gaol started training in wushu when she was 17 years old and went on to become a Wushu World Championship bronze medalist. She is training out of Siam Training Camp in Jakarta.

“ONE: For Honor” marked Gaol’s 10th ONE Championship bout. She made his professional MMA debut and promotional debut in 2017.

Fight Results

Gaol and Nou competed in an MMA match in the women’s atomweight division. Kemp Cheng served as the referee.

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

Winning at “ONE: For Honor” improved the professional MMA record of Gaol to 6 wins and 4 losses. On the other hand, Nou now has 1 win and 1 loss.

“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] 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:

‘ONE: Eternal Glory’ results: Joshua Pacio vs Yosuke Saruta, Alexi Serepisos vs Mongkolpetch Petchyindee Academy

Joshua Pacio, Yosuke Saruta

  • Promotion: ONE Championship
  • Title: “ONE: Eternal Glory
  • Venue: Istora Senayan, Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Date: January 19, 2019

PRELIMINARY CARD

1. Oscar Yaqut (Indonesia) vs Andreas “Yahyaz” Satyawan (Indonesia)

  • DIVISION: Featherweight (MMA)
  • WINNER: OSCAR YAQUT
  • METHOD: Technical Knockout
  • TIME AND ROUND: 2:36 of Round 2
  • REFEREE: Kemp Cheng

2. Adi “Zenwalk” Paryanto (Jakarta, Indonesia) vs Aziz “The Krauser” Calim (Surakarta, Central Java, Indonesia)

  • DIVISION: Strawweight (MMA)
  • WINNER: AZIZ CALIM
  • METHOD: Submission via Rear-Naked Choke
  • TIME AND ROUND: 4:40 of Round 1
  • REFEREE: Kemp Cheng

3. “The Terminator” Sunoto (Jakarta, Indonesia) vs Niu Kang Kang (Shanghai, China)

  • DIVISION: Catchweight (68 kg) (MMA)
  • WINNER: NIU KANG KANG
  • METHOD: Knockout via Head Kick
  • TIME AND ROUND: 0:31 of Round 1
  • REFEREE: Olivier Coste

4. Rasul Yakhyaev (Grozny, Chechnya, Russia) vs Koji “The Commander” Ando (Tokyo, Japan)

  • DIVISION: Lightweight (MMA)
  • WINNER: KOJI ANDO 
  • METHOD: Split Decision
  • ROUNDS: 3
  • REFEREE: Olivier Coste

5. Anthony “The Archangel” Engelen (Netherlands and Indonesia) vs “Pretty Boy” Won Il Kwon (Goyang, South Korea)

  • DIVISION: Featherweight (MMA)
  • WINNER: WON IL KWON
  • METHOD: Technical Knockout
  • TIME AND ROUND: 1:07 of Round 1
  • REFEREE: Kemp Cheng

MAIN CARD

6. Bruno “Puccibull” Pucci (Curitiba, Parana, Brazil) vs Kotetsu “No Face” Boku (Shizuoka, Japan)

  • DIVISION: Featherweight (MMA)
  • WINNER: BRUNO PUCCI 
  • METHOD: Submission via Rear-Naked Choke
  • TIME AND ROUND: 3:32 of Round 1
  • REFEREE: Olivier Coste

7. Stefer “The Lion” Rahardian (Jakarta, Indonesia) vs Robin “The Ilonggo” Catalan (Iloilo, Philippines)

  • DIVISION: Strawweight (MMA)
  • WINNER: ROBIN CATALAN
  • METHOD: Unanimous Decision
  • ROUNDS: 3
  • REFEREE: Kemp Cheng

8. Joseph “The Hurricane” Lasiri (Milan, Italy) vs Jonathan Haggerty (Walworth, London, England)

  • DIVISION: Flyweight (ONE Super Series, Muay Thai)
  • WINNER: JONATHAN HAGGERTY
  • METHOD: Unanimous Decision
  • ROUNDS: 3
  • REFEREE: Atsushi Onari

9. Priscilla “Thathi” Hertati Lumban Gaol (Jakarta, Indonesia) vs Puja Tomar (Muzaffernaga, India)

  • DIVISION: Women’s Atomweight (MMA)
  • WINNER: PUJA TOMAR
  • METHOD: Split Decision
  • ROUNDS: 3
  • REFEREE: Olivier Coste

10. Edward “The Ferocious” Kelly (Baguio City, Philippines) vs Christian “The Warrior” Lee (Singapore)

  • DIVISION: Strawweight (MMA)
  • WINNER: CHRISTIAN LEE
  • METHOD: Technical Knockout
  • TIME AND ROUND: 2:53 of Round 1
  • REFEREE: Kemp Cheng

 CO-MAIN EVENT

11. Alexi “Phet” Serepisos (New Zealands) vs Mongkolpetch Petchyindee Academy (Thailand)

  • DIVISION: Flyweight (ONE Super Series, Muay Thai)
  • WINNER: MONGKOLPETCH PETCHYINDEE ACADEMY
  • METHOD: Unanimous Decision
  • ROUNDS: 3
  • REFEREE: Atsushi Onari

MAIN EVENT

12. Joshua “The Passion” Pacio (La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines) vs Yosuke “Tobizaru” Saruta (Saitama, Japan)

  • DIVISION: ONE Strawweight World Championship
  • WINNER: YOSUKE SARUTA
  • METHOD: Split Decision
  • ROUNDS: 5
  • REFEREE: Olivier Coste

Cancelled bouts:

  • ONE Strawweight World Championship: Joshua “The Passion” Pacio (La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines) vs Hayato Suzuki (Takahagi City, Ibaraki, Japan)
  • MMA strawweight: Riski “King Kong” Umar (Ternate, North Maluku, Indonesia) vs Aziz “The Krauser” Calim (Surakarta, Central Java, Indonesia)
  • MMA bantamweight: “The Terminator” Sunoto (Jakarta, Indonesia) vs Xie Jun Peng (Harbin, Heilongjiang, China)
  • MMA lightweight: Kharun “Predator” Atlangeriev (Dagestan, Russia) vs Koji “The Commander” Ando (Tokyo, Japan)
  • MMA featherweight: Anthony “The Archangel” Engelen (Netherlands and Indonesia) vs Thai Rithy (Vihea Sua, Kandal, Cambodia)
  • MMA bantamweight: “Lycanthrope” Ahmad Qais Jasoor (Kabul, Afghanistan) vs Masakazu “Ashikan Judan” Imanari (Tokyo, Japan)
  • ONE Super Series kickboxing middlerweight: Florent Kaouachi (Reunion Island, France) vs Steve “The Smashing Machine” Mckinnon (Sydney, New South Wales, Australia)
  • MMA featherweight: Yohan “The Ice Man” Mulia Legowo (Magelang, Central Java, Indonesia) vs AJ “Pyro” Lias Mansor (Sabah, Malaysia)

After Rika Ishige, Angelie Sabanal to conquer Priscilla Hertati Lumban Gaol

Angelie Sabanal, Olivier Coste, Rika Ishige
Angelie Sabanal, Olivier Coste, Rika Ishige

It was in ONE Championship where Angelie “The Explorer” Sabanal, 29, made her debut as a professional mixed martial arts fighter. Fighting out of Cagayan de Oro, Philippines, she earned a unanimous decision victory over Rika “Tiny Doll” Ishige, 29, of Bangkok, Thailand at “ONE: Iron Will” at the Impact Arena in Bangkok on March 24, 2018.

Ishige was heavily favored to win the bout against Sabanal. But the relatively unknown Filipina martial artist entering a high-profile match on a stacked card begged to disagree and educated everyone about who she is and what she is capable of.

A national Muay Thai silver medalist, Sabanal pulled off a major upset in her ONE Championship debut, greatly relying on her savvy Muay Thai background to rout the Thai rising star via unanimous decision. She showcased her pinpoint accurate striking early on, peppering Ishige with stinging kicks and stiff punches.

Although Ishige boldly traded strikes with Sabanal from bell to bell, the latter pulled away in the final round, landing the more telling blows. In the end, the Filipina contender earned the undivided nod from the three judges at cageside.

“I did not know what to do,” Sabanal recalled. “Do I celebrate or do I cry? I was really surprised because I did not expect the outcome. I couldn’t explain the feeling at the exact moment my name was announced as the winner.”

On November 17, 2018, Sabanal will compete in the ONE Championship cage for the second time. She will be one of the three fighters to represent the Philippines at “ONE: Warrior’s Dream” at the Stadium Istora in Jakarta, Indonesia.

At “ONE: Warrior’s Dream,” Sabanal will compete in the women’s atomweight division against Priscilla “Thathi” Hertati Lumban Gaol, 30, of Jakarta. The latter is a SEA Games Wushu bronze medalist.

Sabanal is confident that she will have her hand raised in triumph once more at the expense of a competitive Jakarta native like Gaol, who has won four of her last five matches in 2018. The Cagayan de Oro native said, “I want to win again because I want to give back to my gym and the people who love and support me.”

“I am competing for my country,” Sabanal added. “Everything I do is for all of them and as long as I can do this, I will keep doing this.”

“I don’t mind if they have no idea who I am before the fight. What matters most is that the fans in Jakarta will remember me after the match. Surely, I will do my best in my upcoming bout this Saturday,” she ended.

Get to know a little bit more about Sabanal here: