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ONE: FIRE & FURY – By The Numbers

This Friday, 31 January, ONE Championship will visit Manila, Philippines, for the first time in 2020 with another stacked card of martial arts.

ONE: FIRE & FURY will showcase the talents of 22 world-class athletes who have achieved some remarkable things throughout their martial arts journeys so far.

Ahead of the show at the Mall Of Asia Arena, check out the facts and stats that set some of the heroes apart from their peers, including the stars of the main event, Joshua “The Passion” Pacio and Alex “Little Rock” Silva.

2:04:44: Total time Pacio has spent competing in the Circle.

12-0: “The Passion” is undefeated when he has competed at home in the Phillippines.

88% Pacio’s finishing rate – including five knockouts and eight submissions.

2: If Pacio wins, he will become the only man record two ONE Strawweight World Title defenses – beating six previous reigns that ended with just one, or none.

89%: Silva’s submission rate. All but one of his nine wins have come via tapout.

x3: If Silva wins, he will become the third man to have two reigns with the strawweight belt – joining Pacio and Yoshitaka “Nobita” Naito.

2-0: “Little Rock’s” Record in the Mall Of Asia Arena.

4-1: Silva’s record against Filipino opponents. Geje “Gravity” Eustaquio defeated him by unanimous decision in the Brazilian’s second pro match-up at ONE: BATTLE OF HEROES.

4: Number of submissions in ONE by Silva and Pacio – tied for the most in the strawweight division with Adrian “Papua Badboy” Mattheis.



#1: Eduard “Landslide” Folayang will set the record for the most bouts in ONE history with his 19th on 31 January.

86-12: Pieter “The Archangel” Buist’s Muay Thai record, including 18 KOs, on top of his 16-4 mixed martial arts record.

11-1: Danny “The King” Kingad’s record when he has gone the distance. The 24-year-old has battled to the judges’ scorecards in his last seven bouts.

5: “The Hunter” Xie Wei’s winning streak – all knockouts – since he debuted in ONE Hero Series last January.

7 years, 11 months: Age gap between “The Baby Shark” Petchdam Petchyindee Academy and Kohei “Momotaro” Kodera.

116>39: Despite that difference, Petchdam has 77 more pro bouts.

3 minutes, 9 seconds: Circle time by “Pretty Boy” Kwon Won Il in his three ONE wins.

54: Shoko Sato’s pro bouts, making the Shooto Bantamweight World Champion the most experienced mixed martial artist on the card.

9-0: Ivanildo “Monstrinho” Delfino is the only undefeated athlete on the bill.

29 March, 2008: The last, and only time, Tatsumitsu “The Sweeper” Wada was knocked out – in his second pro contest against an opponent with 25 bouts’ experience.

Read more: 3 Bouts That Could Steal The Show At ONE: FIRE AND FURY