ONE Championship will be kicking off three straight weekends of events with a Big Bang on Friday, December 4th. This card features some very exciting fights, including a showdown for ONE’s Light Heavyweight Kickboxing Championship. In addition to that, One: Big Bang will also see an MMA featherweight fight that could decide the next title challenger. Without further ado, let’s take a look at what’s in store for ONE: Big Bang.
Main Card (8:30 p.m. SGT | 7:30 a.m. ET)
Roman Kryklia vs Murat Aygun – Light Heavyweight Kickboxing Championship fight Fight Postponed due to one of Kyrklia’s coaches testing positive.
Marat Grigorian vs Ivan Kondratev – Kickboxing featherweight fight
Koyomi Matsushima vs Garry Tonon – MMA featherweight fight
Anderson Silva vs Murat Aygun – Kickboxing light heavyweight fight
Andy Souwer vs Zhang Chunyu – Kickboxing featherweight fight
Bokang Masunyane vs Rene Catalan – MMA strawweight fight
Bi Nguyen vs Jihin Radzuan – MMA atomweight fight
Ritu Phogat vs Jomary Torres – MMA atomweight fight
Amir Aliakbari vs ???
ONE is attempting to replace Amir Aliakbari’s opponent after Islam Abasov withdrew from the fight. If they are able to find a replacement opponent, ONE fans will be able to enjoy some heavyweight MMA action.
How To Watch ONE: Big Bang
The event starts at 8:30 p.m. Singapore time and will be available to stream all over the world. The entire event will be streamed on the ONE Super App. For more specific details on how to watch in select markets, check out this link!
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Dana White wastes little time when he’s in a bind. Reports surfaced early on Sunday morning that Petr Yan would no longer be able to defend his bantamweight title against Aljamain Sterling on December 12th. This left everyone in the MMA world wondering what fight might become the new main event of a PPV that is under three weeks away.
Never fear though, as Uncle Dana had a plan. He announced after UFC 255 that he would like for Deiveson Figueiredo to face Brandon Moreno next for the UFC Flyweight Championship. Little did fans know, Dana wasn’t meaning next year.
Rumors began to appear later on that Dana was actually targeting December 12th as the date for this epic clash. Many people were curious as to why the fight was getting made so quickly, as both men had just fought the night before. When the news broke that the Yan-Sterling fight had officially been postponed, the quick turnaround for Figueiredo and Moreno made perfect sense.
What better way to save a PPV than with two guys that just came off of impressive wins that fans are still buzzing about? Figueiredo just made his first flyweight title defense in a dominant performance, defeating Alex Perez by guillotine in just under two minutes. Brandon Moreno put in an impressive showing himself, defeating Brandon Royval just one second before the end of the first round. This is a fight that everyone wants to see.
Will this fight become official?!