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ONE on Prime Video 23 Results

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While there isn’t much in the way of action going on this weekend in combat sports, there’s still some competitive violence on the proverbial dinner plate tonight and tomorrow. It kicks off later this evening (US time) in Bangkok with ONE Championship holding ONE Fight Night 23 from Lumpinee Boxing Stadium.

Live coverage begins tonight at 8 pm ET/ 5 pm PT on Amazon Prime Video inside the United States and Canada only and will feature 11 bouts across the disciplines.

Main Event

There’s been an adjustment to the stakes in the main event tonight. While Ok Rae Yoon (17-4 MMA, 4-1 ONE Championship) will still face Alibeg Rasulov (13-0 MMA, ONE promotional debut), the onetime permanent 170-lb. titleholder is the lone contestant who will be able to score the ONE Interim Lightweight Championship if he wins, with Rasulov only passing his hydration test after the allotted time to submit hydration had expired.

This is a five-round fight at five minutes per round to close the show.

A win by Ok would yield a trilogy bout versus permanent champion Christian Lee at a later date.

Co-Main Event

Immediately before the main attraction, a bantamweight Muay-Thai fight will serve as the focus of the co-headliner. No. 1 contender Nico Carrillo (26-3-1 kickboxing, 3-0 ONE Championship) fights No. 4 contender Saemapetch Fairtex (127-20-1 kickboxing,  5-4 ONE Championship.)

Rest of the Card

Also on the card tonight, you’ll see a contracted catchweight (186 lbs.) grappling contest versing Tye Ruotolo against Jozef Chen, a heavyweight MMA bout between Kang Ji Won (7-2 MMA, 4-2 ONE Championship) and Kirill Grishenko (5-2 MMA, 2-2 ONE Championship), a featherweight Muay-Thai affair pitting No. 5 contender Luke Lessei (7-1 kickboxing, 1-1 ONE Championship) against Bampara Kouyate (0-1 ONE Championship), a flyweight MMA fight between Tatsumitsu Wada (25-12-2, 1 NC MMA, 5-5 ONE Championship) and Xie Wie (21-6 MMA, 8-3 ONE Championship,)  a catchweight  (139.25 lbs.) Muay-Thai fight pairing Ali Saldoev (1-0 ONE Championship) with Black Panther (2-1 ONE Championship), a strawweight MMA fixture matching No. 4 contender Hiroba Manowa (13-5 MMA, 2-3 ONE Championship) and Jeremy Miado (10-7 MMA, 6-7 ONE Championship), a catchweight (125.75 lbs.) Muay-Thai bout between Aliff sor Dechapan (4-1 ONE Championship) and Ellis Barboza (0-0, 1 NC ONE Championship), a heavyweight kickboxing fight pitting Oumar Kane [a.k.a., Reug Reug] (6-1 MMA, kickboxing debut) against Mamadou Kamara [a.k.a., Boucher Ketchup] (ONE Championship debut) and a catchweight Muay-Thai (151.5 lbs.) contest versing Alexey Balyko (2-1 ONE Championship) with Stefan Korodi (0-1 ONE Championship)

ONE on Prime Video 23 Results: (Card: 8 pm ET/ 5 pm PT, Amazon Prime Video)

Main Event: Alibeg Rasulov def. Ok Rae Yoon by Unanimous Decision, ONE Interim Lightweight Championship. (Rasulov ineligible to claim title.)

Co-Main Event: Nico Carrillo def. Saemapetch Fairtex by TKO (Three-Knockdown Rule) at 2:03 into Round 2.

Tye Ruotolo def. Jozef Chen by Unanimous Decision.  Catchweight: 186 lbs.

Kirill Grishenko def. Kang Ji Wong by Unanimous Decision.

Bampara Kouyate def. Luke Lessei by TKO (Uppercut) at 2:08 into Round 3.

Tatsumitsu Wada def. Xie Wie by Unanimous Decision.

Black Panther def. Ali Saldoev by KO (Head Kick) at 0:23 into Round 2.  Catchweight: 139.25 lbs.

Hiroba Manowa def. Jeremy Miado by Split Decision.

Ellis Barboza def. Aliff Sor Dechapan by Split Decision.  Catchweight: 125.75 lbs. 

Reug Reug def. Boucher Ketchup by KO (Left Hand) at 2:08 into Round 1.

Alexey Balyko def. Stefan Korodi by KO (Left Hand) at 2;42 into Round 1. Catchweight: 151.5 lbs. 

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Drew Zuhosky has been writing about combat sports since May of 2018, coming to MMASucka after stints at Overtime Heroics and Armchair All-Americans. A graduate of Youngstown State University in Youngstown, OH, Drew is a charter member of the Youngstown Press Club. Prior to beginning his professional career, Drew was a sportswriter for YSU's student-run newspaper, The Jambar, where he supplied Press Box Perspective columns every week.