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One FC Adds Final Bout to Nov. 15 “Warrior Spirit” Fight Card

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One FC 12 Warrior Spirit PosterONE Fighting Championship (ONE FC), Asia’s largest mixed martial arts organization with a 90-percent market share, presented by Tune Talk, has added the final bout to the blockbuster Malaysia card set to take place on 15 November at the iconic Stadium Putra in Kuala Lumpur. One of the top prospects in Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) Adriano Moraes makes his highly anticipated ONE FC debut against undefeated slugger Josh Paiva.

Tickets for ONE FC: WARRIOR SPIRIT, presented by Tune Talk, are on sale now at www.AirAsiaRedTix.com. Tickets are priced at RM348 for the complete VIP experience that includes exclusive red carpet entrance, access to the VIP lounge and premium cage-side seating. The categories that follow are priced at RM248, RM148, RM98 and RM48 respectively. Booking fees and service charges apply.

Fans around Asia can catch all the action live on STAR Sports. Check your local listings. Also, fans from around the world can witness the action online via live streaming at www.onefc.livesport.tv. Main card fights will be available for purchase at just US$9.99.

CEO of ONE Fighting Championship™ Victor Cui stated, “ONE FC is constantly on the lookout for the top prospects around the word and Adriano Moraes and Josh Paiva on this card is testament to that fact. These two fighters have taken the world of MMA by a storm and are both entering the ONE FC cage undefeated. The stakes are extremely high, because come 15 November, only one of them can leave with his win record intact. Expect sparks to start flying from the very start of the first round.”

Adriano Moraes is undefeated in his mixed martial arts career, having won all nine of his bouts contested in his native Brazil. He is equally adept in both striking and grappling, having amassed the same number of knockouts and submissions in his career. He will look to keep his winning streak alive when he competes outside of Brazil for the first time. He takes on another undefeated mixed martial artist in Josh Paiva, who represents the toughest test of his young career and it will be a litmus test of his abilities if he can be the first one to serve Paiva a defeat.

Josh Paiva is the current KOTC Flyweight Champion and is undefeated in professional MMA. His accomplishments in the cage have led many to consider him one of the top prospects in MMA to watch this year. He has proven his considerable strength in striking having ended two of his five fights with highlight reel knockouts. Paiva’s striking base comes from his experience training in Muay Thai, Taekwondo, Judo and Boxing, and he will look to make a big impression on 15 November at ONE FC: WARRIOR SPIRIT when he enters the ONE FC cage for the first time.

The main event of the evening will crown the inaugural ONE FC Welterweight World Champion. The bout features a battle between the top mixed martial artist to ever come out of Malaysia, Adam Shahir Kayoom, against Japanese slugger Nobutatsu Suzuki.

  • Mordant

    Have you seen a crappier card on paper, ever? Who are any of these fighters on this card? This is an event full of nobodies. Who the hell would want to watch this card? One FC is a complete joke.

  • fight2win

    For the doubters, I bet if you want the One FC event and compare it to any mma events, you will no doubt find out its more entertaining and exciting with its overall contents. Big names may get people interested, but people want to see exciting fights, which One FC brings due to its rules, whereas other promotions may have big names but most of the times its boring due to its strict rules. Unless u are a fan of guys grinding each other up and down, hugging each other against the fence or roll over each other on the ground. There will always be doubters, these are the ones to only please by the names in the ring and not the performance in it, hence the booing from the audience. It is always better to watch and compare, rather than judge on the outside. One FC has repeated but on the most entertaining show with its overall contents. This is down to the rules, making the fight more flow.