ONE: Reign of Valor results
Asian promotion ONE Championship visited Myanmar on March 8 with the mixed-fight bill held at the Thuwunna Indoor Stadium in Yangon. The event billed as “Reign of Valor” featured a series of bouts with welterweight title contested in the headliner of the show.
In the main event Zebaztian Kadestam faced Georgiy Kichigin in defense of his ONE Welterweight title. The scheduled for five rounds championship bout ended prior the final bell. The champion retained the belt via the second-round TKO.
“For the better part of the first two rounds, Kadestam was on the wrong end of a grappling clinic from Kichigin, as he was getting taken down and controlled on the ground. In the dying minutes of the second round however, Kadestam landed a thunderous elbow in the clinch that had the challenger dazed at the end of the round. Visibly still hurt from the elbow, Kichigin was unable to answer the third round bell and the victory was awarded to Kadestam,” reads the event recap sent out by the promotion.
In the co-main event Phoe Thaw stopped Yohan Mulia Legowo in the first round with strikes. Also on the card, Mauro Cerilli similarly defeated Alain Ngalani. The complete fight results from ONE: Reign of Valor can be found below.
Zebaztian Kadestam def. Georgiy Kichigin by TKO (RTD, R2 at 5:00)
Phoe Thaw def. Yohan Mulia Legowo by TKO (Strikes, R1 at 4:56)
Mauro Cerilli def. Alain Ngalani by TKO (Strikes, R1 at 1:41)
Rene Catalan def. Yoshitaka Naito by TKO (Strikes, R1 at 4:32)
Gurdarshan Mangat def. Toni Tauru by KO (R3 at 1:23)
Petchmorakot Petchyindee Academy def. Kenta Yamada by unanimous decision
Tial Thang def. Rin Saroth by unanimous decision
Enriko Kehl def. Liam Nolan by KO (R2 at 2:12)
Tarik Khbabez def. Andrei Stoica by unanimous decision
Lin Heqin def. Jomary Torres by submission (Triangle Choke, R1 at 4:12)
Chen Rui def. Roman Alvarez by TKO (Strikes, R2 at 2:48)
Bozhena Antoniyar def. Audreylaura Boniface by TKO (Strikes, R2 at 1:31)
Rui Botelho def. Yuta Watanabe by unanimous decision
Kohei Kodera def. Kenny Tse by unanimous decision