Full Card Revealed For ONE Friday Fights 30 On August 25
ONE Friday Fights 30 looks set to deliver another action-packed lineup at Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Asia primetime on August 25.
This week’s 12-bout card features some huge names from the world of Muay Thai, along with the usual dose of the sport’s hottest rising stars.
And while “the art of eight limbs” takes center stage at the iconic venue in Bangkok, Thailand, there will also be a pair of mixed martial arts battles to open the show.
However, durable veteran Kaonar is a tough test for anybody.
The 33-year-old is a former Lumpinee Stadium Muay Thai World Champion and was also the last man to defeat current ONE Flyweight Muay Thai World Champion Rodtang Jitmuangnon in a five-round battle back in 2020.
Expect a fierce contest that will top the bill in style as each man looks to rebound from a defeat in their last outing.
The 19-year-old Thai knows that another emphatic victory would make a huge statement in the organization.
Plus, ISKA Kickboxing World Champion Eisaku Ogasawara debuts against Yodwittaya Petchompoo in a notable international Muay Thai clash at 132 pounds.
In the MMA ranks, American athlete Mark Choinski faces South Korea’s Gwanwoo Lim at featherweight.
And in the opening matchup, unbeaten phenoms Gadzhimurad Amirzhanov and Mehraban Farhadi square off at welterweight.
Full Card For ONE Friday Fights 30
- Saemapetch Fairtex vs. Kaonar Sor Jor Thongprajin (Muay Thai – bantamweight)
- Aliff Sor Dechapan vs. Yangdam Sor Tor Hiewbangsaen (Muay Thai – 119-pound catchweight)
- Worapon Paidonggym vs. Zlatan Jitmuangnon (Muay Thai – 140-pound catchweight)
- Songchainoi Kiatsongrit vs. Chokdee Maxjandee (Muay Thai – 116-pound catchweight)
- Chatanan Sor Jor Joyprajin vs. Haodong Jitmuangnon (Muay Thai – 129-pound catchweight)
- Chalawan Ngorbangkapi vs. Kaoklai Chor Hapayak (Muay Thai – strawweight)
- Kongklai Annymuaythai vs. Silviu Vitez (Muay Thai – 139-pound catchweight)
- Yodwittaya Petchompoo vs. Eisaku Ogasawara (Muay Thai – 132-pound catchweight)
- Ricardo Bravo vs. Denpanom Pran26 (Muay Thai – 165-pound catchweight)
- Sho Ogawa vs. Petgarfield Jitmuangnon (Muay Thai – 138-pound catchweight)
- Mark Choinski vs. Gwanwoo Lim (MMA – featherweight)
- Gadzhimurad Amirzhanov vs. Mehraban Farhadi (MMA – welterweight)