ONE Championship made a triumphant return to Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand on Friday, February 9. The event, which aired live in Asia primetime, showcased a diverse lineup of martial arts, including MMA, kickboxing, and Muay Thai. The 12-fight card saw emerging young stars, close-fought battles, and even a dramatic last-second knockout victory, providing an unforgettable night for fans.
In the main event, Rambolek Chor Ajalaboon secured a victory over Soner “Golden Boy” Sen in a bantamweight Muay Thai bout. George “G-Unit” Jarvis also claimed victory in a split-decision win over Mustafa Al Tekreeti in a lightweight Muay Thai matchup.
Wanpadej Looksuan made a dramatic comeback in the 129-pound catchweight Muay Thai bout, scoring a last-second knockout against Petphadan Jitmuangnon. Peyman Zolfaghari overcame Petnamkhong Mongkolpet in a 122-pound catchweight Muay Thai matchup to secure a unanimous victory.
In other bouts, Punmongkol Sor Mongkolkarnchang narrowly edged out Jomjai Naksugym, Junior Fairtex dominated Angela Chang to continue her win streak, and Avatar PK Saenchai secured a knockout win over Antar Kacem in bantamweight Muay Thai action.
The event also saw impressive victories by Mohammed Boutasaa, Temirlan Bekmurzaev, and Tomoki Sato, among others. Each battle provided thrilling action and showcased the skill and heart of the athletes competing in the fighting capital of the East.