This Friday, 10 January, ONE Championship kicks off its 2020 calendar of events when it returns to Bangkok, Thailand.
ONE: A NEW TOMORROW will showcase a stacked card of athletes who have achieved some remarkable things throughout their martial arts journeys so far.
Ahead of the show at the Impact Arena that promises an evening of top-class action, check out the facts and stats that set some of the heroes apart from their peers.
260-41-10: Rodtang “The Iron Man” Jitmuangnon’s Muay Thai record. Despite being just 22, he is the most experienced athlete on the bill.
80%: Jonathan “The General” Haggerty’s finishing rate thanks to 12 KOs in his 15 wins.
0:19: Length of Stamp Fairtex’s mixed martial arts debut. She knocked out Rashi Shinde with a head kick.
72 bouts: Puja “The Cyclone” Tomar’s seven-bout mixed martial arts run is bolstered by extensive experience in wushu with a 67-5 record and Indian title.
15 years, 17 days: Sangmanee Sathian MuayThai’s age when he won his first of seven Muay Thai World Titles at Lumpinee Stadium in April 2012.
10/10: Thanh Le has recorded a stoppage in every one of his professional mixed martial arts bouts.
4 October 2014: Date of Ryogo “Kaitai” Takahashi‘s last defeat. The Japanese athlete has won eight bouts in a row since then.
8x: British Muay Thai Legend Liam “Hitman” Harrison has won more World Titles than anyone on the card.