Pursuit of Greatness

Middleweight World Championship

N Sang vs Karaki

26 Oct 2018 (Fri), 6:30PM
Thuwunna Indoor Stadium, Yangon

Synopsis

On 26 October, Myanmar’s greatest sporting hero in history will return to thrill Yangon once again at ONE: PURSUIT OF GREATNESS. In the main event, two-division kingpin Aung La “The Burmese Python” N Sang will defend the ONE Middleweight World Championship for the second time against the undefeated Mohammad “O Lutador” Karaki, one of the most accomplished mixed martial artists to ever emerge from the Middle East. Besides being the reigning Phoenix Middleweight Champion, Karaki is a former two-division Desert Force Champion, and looks set to give Aung La N Sang the toughest test of his amazing World Championship reign. However, “The Burmese Python” has never been beaten on home soil, and will be giving his all to defend both his World Title, and the hopes of an entire nation. In addition, Myanmar’s finest warriors will be taking to the cage alongside the world’s best martial artists and superstar strikers, making this an event you simply cannot afford to miss.

Fight Card

Main Card: 8PM

Middleweight World Championship
Aung La
N Sang
Myanmar
WIN
KO/TKO (R1)
vs
Mohammad
Karaki
Lebanon
LOSS
Featherweight
Phoe Thaw
Myanmar
LOSS
vs
Keanu
Subba
Malaysia
WIN
Submission (R1)
Super Series (KICKBOXING) - LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT
Ibrahim
El Bouni
Morocco
LOSS
vs
Tarik
Khbabez
Morocco
WIN
KO/TKO (R3)
Catch Weight (67.0KG)
Radeem
Rahman
Singapore
LOSS
vs
Masakazu
Imanari
Japan
WIN
Submission (R1)
Super Series (kickboxing) - Bantamweight
Han
Zi Hao
China
WIN
KO/TKO (R1)
vs
Ryan
Jakiri
Philippines
LOSS
Flyweight
Ye
Thway Ne
Myanmar
WIN
Decision/Unanimous (R3)
vs
Mite
Yine
Myanmar
LOSS
Welterweight
Luis
Santos
Brazil
WIN
KO/TKO (R1)
vs
Daichi
Abe
Japan
LOSS

Prelims: 6:30PM

Super Series (kickboxing) - flyweight
Joseph
Lasiri
Italy
LOSS
vs
Josh
Tonna
Australia
WIN
Decision/Unanimous (R3)
Bantamweight
Ma
Xu Dong
China
LOSS
vs
Ahmad
Qais Jasoor
Afghanistan
WIN
KO/TKO (R2)
Flyweight
Rudy
Agustian
Indonesia
WIN
Submission (R1)
vs
Kaji
Ebin
Philippines
LOSS