Vitaly Bigdash misses weight for Aung La trilogy, fight to go ahead at catchweight

LockerRoom Team
25 February 2022

The much-awaited trilogy fight between Vitaly Bigdash and Aung La N Sang will now happen at Catchweight. This is after Vitaly Bigdash failed to be under the Middleweight limit of 93 KG despite passing the hydration test.

UPDATE | Vitaly Bigdash defeats Aung La N Sang in trilogy fight via decision

Despite not coming under the limit, both the fighters have agreed to go ahead with the fight at a catchweight of 95 KG.

“Vitaly Bigdash passes hydration but fails to register under the middleweight limit of 93.0 KG. Catchweight of 95.0 KG has been agreed to by his opponent,” an official statement from ONE Championship read.

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Bigdash and Aung La will be locking horns for the third time as the fighters have earlier fought twice. The rivalry currently stands at 1-1 between the two and the score is expected to be settled at ONE: Full Circle this weekend.

Apart from Bigdash, Zebaztian Kadestam also missed the weight.

“Zebaztian Kadestam passes hydration but fails to register under the welterweight limit of 83.90 KG. Catchweight of 87.30 KG has been agreed to by his opponent,” ONE Championship stated.

You can see the complete hydration results for ONE: Full Circle below.

ONE: FULL CIRCLE Final Weight and Hydration Results

Mixed Martial Arts - Middleweight (84.0 KG – 93.0 KG)

  • Reinier de Ridder (92.60 KG, 1.0074) vs. Kiamrian Abbasov (90.90 KG, 1.0164)

Kickboxing - Light Heavyweight (93.1 KG – 102.1 KG)

  • Roman Kryklia (102.10 KG, 1.0091) vs. Murat Aygun (102.10 KG, 1.0191)

Mixed Martial Arts - Catchweight (95.0 KG)

  • Aung La N Sang (92.50 KG, 1.0199) vs. Vitaly Bigdash (95.00 KG, 1.0040)*

Kickboxing - Featherweight (65.9 KG – 70.3 KG)

  • Enriko Kehl (69.20 KG, 1.0120) vs. Tayfun Ozcan (70.10 KG, 1.0112)

Kickboxing - Heavyweight (102.2 KG – 120.2 KG)

  • Guto Inocente (118.75 KG,1.0009) vs. Bruno Susano (107.10 KG, 1.0136)

Mixed Martial Arts - Bantamweight (61.3 KG – 65.8 KG)

  • Fabricio Andrade (65.50 KG, 1.0214) vs. Jeremy Pacatiw (65.45 KG, 1.0087)

Mixed Martial Arts - Catchweight (87.30 KG)

  • Valmir da Silva (83.60 KG, 83.60 KG, 1.0061) vs. Zebaztian Kadestam (87.30 KG, 1.0061)**

Muay Thai - Bantamweight (61.3 KG – 65.8 KG)

  • Chris Shaw (65.55 KG, 1.0053) vs. Vladimir Kuzmin (64.60 KG, 1.0061)

Muay Thai - Catchweight (58.0 KG)

  • Diandra Martin (57.60 KG, 1.0241) vs. Smilla Sundell (56.70 KG, 1.0023)

Mixed Martial Arts - Middleweight (84.0 KG – 93.0 KG)

  • Yuri Simoes (92.00 KG, 1.0066) vs. Daniyal Zainalov (92.60 KG, 1.0233)

Kickboxing - Flyweight (56.8 KG – 61.2 KG)

  • Jiduo Yibu (60.70 KG, 1.0031) vs. Daniel Puertas (61.20 KG, 1.0203)

Mixed Martial Arts - Lightweight (70.4 KG – 77.1 KG)

  • Rahul Raju (76.35 KG, 1.0156) vs. Drex Zamboanga (73.65 KG, 1.0027)

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