WATCH ONE Championship Immortal Triumph 2019

WATCH ONE Championship Immortal Triumph 2019

WATCH ONE Championship Immortal Triumph 2019

WATCH ONE Championship Immortal Triumph 2019

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ONE Championship 99: Immortal Triumph will be a Combat sport event held by ONE Championship on September 6, 2019 at the Phú Thọ Indoor Stadium in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Fight Card

Main Card

Bantamweight 66 kg Thailand Nong-O Gaiyanghadao (c) vs. France Brice Deval For the ONE Muay Thai Bantamweight Championship
Bantamweight 66 kg Thailand Saemapetch Fairtex vs. France Adam Larfi Muay Thai
Flyweight 61 kg Vietnam Nguyen Tran Duy Nhat vs. Vietnam Azwan Che Wil Muay Thai
Light Heavyweight 102 kg Russia Beybulat Isaev vs. Brazil Anderson Silva Kickboxing
Bantamweight 66 kg Thailand Kulabdam Sor.Jor.Piek-U-Thai vs. France Bobo Sacko Muay Thai
Flyweight 61 kg Australia Chris Nguyen vs. Japan Yukinori Ogasawara Muay Thai
Atomweight 52 kg United States Bi Nguyen vs. India Puja Tomar Muay Thai
Flyweight 61 kg Thailand Panpayak Jitmuangnon vs. Japan Masahide Kudo Kickboxing

Preliminary Card

Flyweight 61 kg Thailand Mongkolpetch Petchyindee Academy vs. Italy Joseph Lasiri Muay Thai
Welterweight 84 kg England Juan Cervantes vs. Netherlands Santino Verbeek Kickboxing
Flyweight 61 kg Thailand Singtongnoi Por Telakun vs. Japan Kohei Kodera Muay Thai
Strawweight 57 kg England Amber Kitchen vs. Slovakia Viktoria Lipianska Muay Thai
Featherweight 70 kg Vietnam Nguyen Thanh Tung vs. Pakistan Shahzaib Rindh Muay Thai
Featherweight 70 kg England Michael Pham vs. Malaysia Mohamad Fakri Bin Yusoff Muay Thai

Background

Rafi Bohic has been forced to withdraw from his scheduled co main event bout against Saemapetch Fairtex due to an injury, Azize Hlali has stepped in as a replacement. Unfortunately, Hlali has been unable to compete. Fairtex instead faced Adam Larfi, who stepped in on a weeks notice for this encounter.

Thanonchai SomawangGaiyang has been forced to withdraw from his scheduled fight against Kohei Kodera due to undisclosed reasons. Kodera instead faced the Lumpinee Muay Thai World Champion Singtongnoi Por Telakun, who stepped in on short notice for this encounter.

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