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For the 2021 conclusion event for ONE Championship, ONE Winter Warriors results can be found right here. This event will be broadcast from the Singapore Indoor Arena and features MMA and Kickboxing. It will be happening on Friday, December 3rd at 8:30 PM SGT/8:30 AM EST/12:30 PM GMT, and MMA Sucka has fight fans covered with the event’s results. 

ONE Winter Warriors

In the main event for ONE Winter Warriors, the Lightweight Kickboxing World Champion Regian Eersel will be looking to defend his title against the powerful Russian  Islam Murtazaev. The Suriname & Dutch reigning champion Eersel has been undefeated since 2016 and is on an impressive seventeen-fight win streak between kickboxing and Muay Thai bouts. Murtazaev hails from the Dagestan region of Russia and has a record of 20-4 in the sport. He has a KO victory in his last fight and is always seeking to end the fight. Murtazaev will be hungry for gold and to make his name in the sport.

The defending champion Eersel has collected some great wins in his run, over fighters such as Nieky Holzken, Anthony Njokuani, Brad Riddell, and others. He earned his ONE Championship title by defeating the former ONE and GLORY kickboxing champion Holzken in 2019.

“I’m dangerous as long as I can breathe,” Murtazaev continued, “I try to strike whenever I can, suddenly and surprisingly. I always take risks and go to the end. This will be spectacular and exciting. Don’t blink.”

The co-main event of the evening will be the highly anticipated conclusion to the ONE Championship Atomweight Grand Prix between Thailand’s Stamp Fairtex and India’s Ritu Phogat. The commonwealth wrestling gold medalist, Phogat, defeated Bo Meng of China and Filipina Jenelyn Olsim en route to the tournament’s final. The 23-year-old former Muay Thai and Kickboxing Champion Fairtex avenged a loss to Alyona Rassohyna and Brazil’s Julie Mezabarba this year during the Grand Prix.

“I will not play her game.” Stamp said, “I think that if she would try to stand and fight with me, she would get knocked out.”

Phogat remains confident and says, “I’m really excited about the upcoming match. In the atomweight division, my wrestling prowess has been unmatched.”

The winner of the ONE Atomweight Grand Prix will be next in line to fight the ONE Championship Atomweight titleholder Angela Lee. “I really love Stamp and Ritu,” said Lee, the champion, “I think they both have such big hearts and they’re both very humble. I’ve been a fan of them for a while now so I just want to congratulate them both on being in the finals of this…you don’t need to trash talk your opponent, I don’t think that’s who they are and that’s not who I am.”

Also featured on ONE Winter Warriors will be Marcus Buchecha, of Brazil, facing off against South Korea’s Ji Won Kang. Buchecha is one of the most decorated Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu competitors in history. He has held gold medals in the World Jiu-Jitsu championships and ADCC, for the Absolute and +99kg classes. “Mighty Warrior” Ji Won Kang is undefeated over five MMA bouts and will be seeking the knockout. Thus far he was all of his ONE Championship fights via KO/TKO.

“Let’s do it. I never expect an easy fight anyway, it’s a big challenge.” Brazil’s Buchecha said.

ONE Winter Warriors Results

Regian Eersel def. Islam Murtazaev via Split Decision – Defends ONE Championship Lightweight Kickboxing Title.

Stamp Fairtex def. Ritu Phogat via Submission (Armbar) at 2:14 of Round 2 – ONE Championship Atomweight Grand Prix Final.

Hiroki Akimoto def. Jianliang Qiu via Unanimous Decision.

Saygid Guseyn Arslanaliev def. Timofey Nastyukhin via KO (Punches) at 0:49 of Round 3.

Marcus Buchecha def. Ji Won Kang via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) at 2:27 of Round 1.

Yuya Wakamatsu def. Yong Hu via Unanimous Decision.

How to Watch: ONE Winter Warriors can be seen on the ONE Championship Super App, the ONE Championship YouTube page, and Bleacher Report’s YouTube page.


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Timothy Wheaton is a combat sports writer who covers MMA, Kickboxing, and Muay Thai. He has been an avid follower of these sports since 2005. Tim is a host alongside Frazer Krohn on the MMA Sucka Podcast.

With MMA Sucka, Tim has contributed interviews, articles, and podcasts. He has also represented MMA Sucka in person at live Bellator and GLORY Kickboxing events.

Tim also works with a host of other media sites such as Calf Kick Sports, Sportskeeda MMA, Low Kick MMA, Vecht Sport Info, Fighters First, and Beyond Kickboxing. Tim is is the authority on kickboxing and MMA journalist who has covered K-1, PRIDE FC, UFC, GLORY Kickboxing, Bellator, ONE Championship, and plenty more.

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