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ONE Championship ignited 2021 with ONE: UNBREAKABLE and ONE: UNBREAKABLE II. Next, the promotion will kick off February with the final event in a spectacular series.

ONE: UNBREAKABLE III, a previously recorded show that took place at the Singapore Indoor Stadium, will air this Friday, 5 February, on the ONE Super App and select channels to be announced.

Headlining the series finale is a mixed martial arts clash between former two-sport ONE World Champion Stamp Fairtex and Ukrainian Mixed Martial Arts Champion Alyona Rassohyna.

Stamp is hoping to make a run at gold in the all-encompassing sport – the only discipline in ONE that hasn’t seen her hold a World Title.

Standing in the #5-ranked atomweight’s way is Rassohyna, who is 12-4, owns 10 submission wins, and will be looking to make a statement in her debut by taking out the ONE veteran.

In the evening’s co-main event, Japanese Mixed Martial Arts Champion Shoko Sato will enter the Circle against Fabricio “Wonder Boy” Andrade.

Sato is undefeated in ONE, beating top athletes along the way to earn the #2 spot in the bantamweight rankings.

Andrade, meanwhile, won his debut last August and will be looking to use Sato as a springboard to reach the top of the division.


  • Stamp Fairtex vs. Alyona Rassohyna (mixed martial arts – atomweight)

  • Shoko Sato vs. Fabricio Andrade (mixed martial arts – bantamweight)

  • Han Zi Hao vs. Adam Noi (ONE Super Series Muay Thai – bantamweight)

  • Ryuto Sawada vs. Robin Catalan (mixed martial arts – strawweight)

  • Rahul Raju vs. Ahmed Mujtaba (mixed martial arts – lightweight)

  • Tial Thang vs. Paul Lumihi (mixed martial arts – bantamweight)

Cath the final installment of the UNBREAKABLE series on Friday, 5 February, by tuning into the previously recorded ONE: UNBREAKABLE III on the ONE Super App.

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