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Enkh-Orgil Baatarkhuu

Weight Limit
144.4 LBS / 65.5 KG
5'6" FT / 168 CM
35 Y
Team Tungaa

About Enkh-Orgil Baatarkhuu

Hailing from the vast and rugged steppes of Khovd, Mongolia, Enkh-Orgil Baatarkhuu has emerged as one of the most promising talents in the world of mixed martial arts today.

The protege of former ONE Featherweight World Champion Narantungalag “Tungaa” Jadambaa has steadily risen through the ranks in ONE Championship with his unstoppable pressure, punishing clinch work, smothering ground game, and iron chin.

Baatarkhuu developed an early passion for combat sports during his formative years. He would watch his favorite action heroes on television and engage in unorganized grappling matches with other young kids in his neighborhood. He enjoyed those activities so much that he eventually wanted to master wrestling. But ultimately, training in the ground art led him somewhere else.

He had hoped to be an Olympic gold medalist in taekwondo and a member of the Mongolian National Team, but when that failed to come to fruition, he decided to try something new. In 2009, Baatarkhuu discovered mixed martial arts and fell in love with it.

Baatarkhuu became a force to be reckoned with in both the local and regional circuits, racking up victory after victory. His incredible run led him to join the inaugural season of Road to ONE: Mongolia, a 10-episode reality series where a US$100,000 contract and a roster spot with ONE were up for grabs. 

He seized the opportunity, earning back-to-back victories during the show’s two-part finale. In the tournament final, he scored a walk-off, one-punch knockout of compatriot Bat-Ochir Batsaikhan to wrest the six-figure deal and chance to perform on the global stage.

The Team Tunga representative didn’t disappoint in his debut, dominating Team Lakay’s Adonis Sevilleno over the course of three rounds for a unanimous decision win. He then followed it up with a first-round TKO of ONE Warrior Series alumnus Rockie Bactol

Baatarkhuu’s next assignment will represent a key move toward gearing him up for the elite of the talent-filled bantamweight division. He is slated to take on Filipino phenom Jhanlo “The Machine” Sangiao at ONE Fight Night 13 on Prime Video on August 4.

ONE Championship Records

Event Results

Result Method Round Method and round Opponent Opponent and event Country Date Event
R2 (4:55)
R2 (4:55)
R2 (4:55) Artem_Belakh avatar 500x345 2
Artem Belakh
Russia Jan 12, 2024
ONE Fight Night 18: Gasanov vs. Oh on Prime Video
Jan 12, 2024
Submission SUB
R2 (2:53)
R2 (2:53)
R2 (2:53) Jhanlo_Mark_Sangiao avatar 500x345 1
Jhanlo Mark Sangiao
Philippines Aug 4, 2023
ONE Fight Night 13: Allazov vs. Grigorian on Prime Video
Aug 4, 2023
R1 (4:59)
R1 (4:59)
R1 (4:59) Rockie_Bactol avatar 500x345 1
Rockie Bactol
Philippines May 19, 2023
ONE Friday Fights 17
May 19, 2023
Unanimous Decision UD
R3 (5:00)
Unanimous Decision
R3 (5:00)
R3 (5:00) Adonis_Sevilleno avatar 500x345 1
Adonis Sevilleno
Philippines Apr 21, 2023
ONE Friday Fights 13
Apr 21, 2023

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