ONE: Inside the Matrix II Results

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ONE: Inside the Matrix II is slated to go down from Singapore, and it is a great card. It isn’t loaded with championships the way ONE: Inside the Matrix was, but it is a good fight card nonetheless. The card is headlined by a welterweight championship fight, with Kiamrian Abbasov defending his title against American challenger James Nakashima.

The co-main event could very well be a lightweight title eliminator, with Timofey Nastyukhin taking on Dutch fighter Pieter Buist. In a flyweight fight, Kim Kyu Sung of South Korea will take on Yuya Wakamatsu of Japan. The other flyweight fight on the card features Indonesian Eko Roni Saputra and Ramon Gonzales of the Philippines. Finally, the opening bout of the card is an atomweight bout between Priscilla Hertati Lumban Gaol of Indonesia and Meng Bo of China. Overall, it’s a pretty good card with plenty of top contenders and an intriguing championship fight to top it off.
Follow along as we provide you with live results of ONE: Inside the Matrix II. The results of all five fights on the card can be found below.

ONE: Inside the Matrix II Results

Kiamrian Abbasov def. James Nakashima via Round 4 TKO to retain the welterweight championship

Timofey Nastyukhin def. Pieter Buist via Unanimous Decision

Yuya Wakamatsu def. Kim Kyu Sung via Round 1 KO

Eko Roni Saputra def. Ramon Gonzales via Round 1 SUB

Meng Bo def. Priscilla Hertati Lumban Gaol via Round 1 KO


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