The finale of ONE Championship’s UNBREAKABLE series delivered fiery action from the opening bout to the main event.
Five of the six fights at ONE: UNBREAKABLE III – a previously recorded show that aired on 5 February – ended in spectacular knockouts or submissions, while the other matchup featured a three-round striking masterclass.
In the main event at the Singapore Indoor Stadium, Ukrainian grappling ace Alyona Rassohyna shocked mixed martial arts fans by submitting Thai superstar Stamp Fairtex in the fleeting moments of their atomweight clash.
Stamp, a former two-sport ONE World Champion, was in control for much of the bout and seemed to be nearing a decision win. But in the last minute of the final round, she fell into Rassohyna’s guard and was caught in a guillotine.
The Fairtex athlete then tapped with only seconds remaining, forcing the referee to intervene and award Rassohyna the come-from-behind win.
In the evening’s co-main event, rising Brazilian star Fabricio “Wonderboy” Andrade went three thrilling rounds with #2-ranked bantamweight contender Shoko Sato before emerging with the victory.
The first two rounds were almost a stalemate, as both athletes traded hard, heavy shots but never pulled too far ahead.
In the final frame, however, Andrade took the lead as he defended the attacks of Shoko and landed stinging elbows and hooks to steal the unanimous decision.
Full Results For ONE: UNBREAKABLE III
Alyona Rassohyna defeats Stamp Fairtex via submission (guillotine choke) at 4:53 of round three (mixed martial arts – atomweight)
Fabricio Andrade defeats Shoko Sato via unanimous decision (mixed martial arts – bantamweight)
Ryuto Sawada defeats Robin Catalan via submission (rear-naked choke) at 4:19 of round one (mixed martial arts – strawweight)
Kang Ji Won defeats Mehdi Barghi via TKO at 4:50 of round one (mixed martial arts – heavyweight)
Ahmed Mujtaba defeats Rahul Raju via knockout at 0:56 of round one (mixed martial arts – bantamweight)
Tial Thang defeats Paul Lumihi via TKO at 2:25 of round two (mixed martial arts – bantamweight)
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