One Championship: Warriors of Light Brings the Heat to Bangkok





Tonight on May 10th One Championship will take ownership of Bankok’s Impact Arena for the event called Warriors of Light. This card is filled with great match-ups, especially the Main Event with Nong-O Gaiyanghadao Vs Hiroaki Suzuki. Suzuki has fought for several promotions in Japan and will be making his One Championship debut in this event. Suzuki is going into the fight double hungry because he is coming off a loss in his last fight against Fukashi Mizutani in Knock Out back in 2018/06. Adding that to the fact that this will be his inaugural fight under the banner of One Championship and you have a very hungry fighter stepping into the spotlight.

 

In addition to the Gaiyanghadao Vs Suzuki fight, you have 2 more warriors on the card that you want to keep an eye on. The first one is Kazuki Tokudome. Tokudome has had a long career in MMA. He has fought for some major promotions including a stint in the UFC and even becoming the lightweight King of Pancrase for a while. He fights out of Paraestra Hachioji, which is a gym in Japan that is known for producing champions. This fight will be Tokudome’s 3rd fight in the One Championship promotion. He is suffering from a 2 fight losing streak at the moment and will be looking for a chance to prove himself to everyone in One Championship and to all his fans around the world. He will be facing Adrian Pang from Australia.

 

 

 

 

Adrian Pang has a solid MMA record that has made him a force to be reckoned with in One Championship’s 155lbs division. Pang is on a 1 fight winning streak and this will be his 8th fight in One Championship. He has had a peppered run with the promotion with several wins and losses. He will be looking to keep his winning streak going and taking the fight to Tokudome.

This card is stacked and sure to be an entertaining event for MMA die-hard fans and new fans alike. You can enjoy watching this event both live and free using the One Championship Application that is available in any OS application store for free download.

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Jeremy Deschner
Black Belt in American Karate from the Texas Karate Institute. Now training in Brazilian Jiujitsu in Japan. Twitter: @mmajpn1 @jiujitsu_Jedi