ONE FC Rise of the Kingdom Weigh-in Results: Inaugural Flyweight Title Bout Set

September 11, 2014
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Adriano Moraes vs Geje EustaquioONE Fighting Championship announced Thursday that all but one of the fighters have made weight and are ready for ONE FC: Rise of the Kingdom, which takes place Friday evening at the Koh Pich Theatre in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Chan Reach failed to make weight and will be replaced by Kun Khmer champion Sam Ang Dun.

ONE Fighting Championship CEO Victor Cui stated, “We are very excited about ONE FC: Rise of the Kingdom being here in Cambodia for the very first time! Our band of world-class mixed martial artists are ready to take Asia by storm tomorrow night here in The Kingdom. Be prepared for a night of unforgettable action where we showcase the talents of local Cambodian fighters in our Featherweight Grand Prix. The response for the fights has been fantastic with the support of Nagaworld and MyTV and we can’t wait to put on a spectacular show for all the fans in Cambodia.”

In the main event, Adriano Moraes of Brazil battles Geje Eustaquio of the Philippines for the inaugural ONE FC flyweight world championship.

Adriano Moraes, said, “I am excited and proud to be fighting for the inaugural ONE FC flyweight championship title and I cannot wait to fight in front of all the fans in Cambodia on Friday. I will give my best and earn the flyweight championship!”

Geje Eustaquio said, “It is an honor for me to represent the Philippines to compete for the inaugural ONE FC flyweight title. Winning it would mean a lot to me and my country and it will be life changing. I have been working and training hard so I am prepared for the fight and I will go into the cage and give my best fight yet.”

Adriano Moraes (56.6 kg/125 lbs) vs. Geje Eustaquio (56.6 kg/125 lbs)

Caros Fodor (70.2 kg/155 lbs) vs. Vincent Latoel (69.9 kg/154 lbs)

Suasday Chau (70 kg/154 lbs) vs. Arnaud Lepont (70 kg/154 lbs)
Radeem Rahman (60.6 kg/134 lbs) vs. Sung Ming Yen (60.8 kg/134 lbs)
Amir Khan (65.3 kg/144 lbs) vs. Jian Kai Chee (65.8 kg/145 lbs)
Chan Heng (64.5 kg/142 lbs) vs. Meas Meu (64.5 kg/142 lbs)
Sam Ang Dun (65.8 kg/145 lbs) vs. Chin Heng (64.4 kg/142 lbs)
Prak Chansin (65.6 kg/145 lbs) vs. Chan Rothana (64.5 kg/142 lbs)
Tharoth Sam (49.3 kg/109 lbs) vs. Vy Srey Chai (50 kg/110 lbs)

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  • onepunch

    It’s been a longtime since there is a tournament that grants the winner on the same night. Nice that they fo it for Cambodia fighters and the winner can go train at a better gym with all expenses paid. This absolutely gives fighters a chance to improve and progress. After all, if you’re coming back to the same country, it helps to bring in the crowd where a local fighter can win. Anyway, best matches are the title and co-main. Like to see also how the locals perform.