3 Battles That Could Steal The Show At ONE Fight Night 10: Johnson Vs. Moraes III

Stamp Fairtex vs. Anna Jaroonsak at ONE Fight Night 6

Topped by a trio of massive World Title fights, ONE Championship’s North American debut will undoubtedly finish with a bang.

But beyond those headlining bouts, the historic ONE Fight Night 10: Johnson vs. Moraes III on Prime Video card is completely stacked with intriguing and action-packed matchups this Friday, May 5.

Nearly every contest will carry major World Title implications, so fans will be in for a treat from start to finish at 1stBank Center in Colorado.

Here, we look at three pivotal fights – each promising to produce fireworks – that could steal the show at ONE Fight Night 10.

#1 Stamp Fairtex Vs. Alyse Anderson

Thai superstar Stamp Fairtex is ready to make her United States debut – and she plans to deliver a sensational performance that brings her closer to gold.

The former ONE Atomweight Muay Thai and Kickboxing World Champion is currently the #1-ranked atomweight MMA contender. Next, she hopes to secure another shot at three-sport supremacy with a win over American rising star Alyse Anderson.

Stamp’s world-class striking and ever-evolving ground game paired with Anderson’s well-rounded skill set and grappling prowess means this bout has all the makings of a barnburner.

And ultimately, it could produce the division’s next World Title challenger.

#2 Roberto Soldic Vs. Zebaztian Kadestam

A finish is all but guaranteed when lethal knockout artists Roberto Soldic and Zebaztian Kadestam lock horns for their much-anticipated welterweight MMA showdown.

These sluggers own 29 knockouts in 34 combined victories, and a stoppage this Friday could lead to a crack at 26 pounds of gold.

Considered the hottest free agent in MMA before signing with ONE last year, Soldic has molded himself after his Croatian compatriot and combat sports icon Mirko “Cro Cop” Filipovic, becoming one of the planet’s most feared strikers.

And fortunately for fans, his upcoming opponent never shies away from a firefight.

Kadestam is a former ONE Welterweight World Champion, is coming off a pair of dominant knockout triumphs, and recently proclaimed that “somebody has to sleep” in this must-see contest.

#3 Aung La N Sang Vs. Fan Rong

Riding the confidence of two straight first-round knockouts, Aung La N Sang hopes to continue his climb back to the middleweight MMA throne when he battles Chinese bruiser “King Kong Warrior” Fan Rong.

A hero in Myanmar and beloved for his incredible 93 percent finishing rate, Aung La N Sang will finally get to compete in front of American fans.

The former ONE Middleweight and Light Heavyweight World Champion will also have plenty of support at 1stBank Center after spending the past two decades living and training in the United States.

However, Fan will present an extremely dangerous threat.

The Chinese powerhouse is a certified finisher in his own right, owning a stellar 19-3 professional record with 11 submissions and six knockouts. And to the delight of fans, he will happily engage with Aung La N Sang in an all-out war.

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