ONE Championship previously announced the main and co-main events for ONE: REIGN OF DYNASTIES, which is scheduled for Friday, 9 October.
But now, the promotion revealed the undercard, and it looks just as entertaining.
Aside from the ONE Strawweight Muay Thai World Title clash between division king Sam-A Gaiyanghadao and Josh “Timebomb” Tonna and the co-main event feature between Aleksi “The Giant” Toivonen and Reece “Lightning” McLaren, four more bouts have been added.
Kicking off the event is a flyweight mixed martial arts contest between Indian Wrestling Champion Roshan Mainam and ONE Hefei Flyweight Tournament Champion Liu Peng Shuai.
Mainam will try to build off of an impressive debut win over Khon Sichan in November 2019, while Liu will try to get his second consecutive promotional victory.
Following that bout will be a clash between inaugural ONE Strawweight World Champion Dejdamrong Sor Amnuaysirichoke and “Wolf Of The Grasslands” Hexigetu. The two will meet in a strawweight mixed martial arts matchup.
Dejdamrong has won three of his last four bouts by TKO or submission. Meanwhile, Hexigetu is coming off a dominant performance against Ramon Gonzalez in November 2019 and will attempt to stifle the Thai’s winning run.
In the evening’s third bout, Indonesia’s Eko Roni Saputra returns to action when he takes on Murugan “Wolverine” Silvarajoo in a 63.5-kilogram catch weight mixed martial arts tilt.
Saputra, an Indonesian Wrestling Champion, has won his last two promotional bouts in the first round, and he will try to score the hat trick on 9 October. But standing in his way will be Silvarajoo, an F3 Boxing Champion who is riding a three-bout win streak.
Before the co-main event kicks off, the promotion’s co-knockout king, Amir Khan, takes on Indian rising star Rahul “The Kerala Krusher” Raju in a lightweight mixed martial arts contest.
When the two clash, Khan will try to steer his luck in a more favorable direction and get a win for his ailing father, while Raju will look to keep his two-bout submission streak going strong.
Read More From ONE Championship: