This Friday, 7 February, ONE Championship will make its long-awaited return to Jakarta, Indonesia with a card stacked with exciting bouts that feature elite athletes.
ONE: WARRIOR’S CODE will showcase the talents of 24 world-class athletes who have achieved some remarkable things throughout their martial arts journeys so far.
Ahead of the show at the Istora Senayan, where more history will be made when Petchmorakot Petchyindee Academy and Detrit Sathian Muay Thai compete for the inaugural ONE Featherweight Muay Thai World Title, check out the statistics that set some of these heroes apart on the global stage.
198: Petchmorakot’s total number of professional bouts. His 160-35-2 (1 NC) record makes him the most experienced athlete on the bill.
4x: Muay Thai World Titles Petchmorakot has won – the WMC, IPMTF, and two Lumpinee Stadium belts.
8 days: Days’ notice Detrit had when he signed to compete in the main event for ONE Super Series gold.
135: Professional wins on Detrit’s record, including two in Muay Thai World Title bouts.
5: BJJ World Championships won by Leandro “Wolf” Ataides.
636 days: Time between Ataides’ win against Vitaly Bigdash and his return to action.
100%: Reinier “The Dutch Knight” De Ridder’s finishing rate.
9 centimeters: De Ridder’s height advantage against Ataides, who stands at 184cm.
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13-0: Iuri Lapicus has the biggest undefeated record at ONE: WARRIOR’S CODE. He won 12 bouts by first-round finish before he joined ONE, and then one by third-round submission in his promotional debut.
1: Number of times Khon Sichan has left the first round in eight mixed martial arts bouts.
0:10: Time on the clock when Koyomi “Moushigo” Matsushima won his pro debut via KO. He won his second at the 0:19 mark, too.
5/5: Itsuki “Strong Heart Fighter” Hirata has won every one of her mixed martial arts bouts by submission including three in the first round.
10 years, 3 months, 7 days: Age gap between Hirata and her opponent, Nyrene “Neutron Bomb” Crowley.