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3 Reasons Why ONE 160 Is A Must-See Card 

LockerRoom Team
27 July 2022

ONE Championship has dished out exciting martial arts action throughout the first seven months of 2022, and the lineup for ONE 160: Ok vs. Lee II on 26 August looks to continue that trend.  

The organization returns to the bright lights of the Singapore Indoor Stadium on that evening, and it promises to deliver from start to finish. 

Here’s a breakdown of why ONE 160 will be unmissable when it goes down on 26 August. 

A Heated Rematch

It has almost been a year since Christian “The Warrior” Lee lost his ONE Lightweight World Championship to Ok Rae Yoon at ONE: REVOLUTION.  

After a five-round banger, the combat sports world was sent reeling when the defending World Champion was handed a unanimous decision loss by the judges. 

Lee has been most vocal with his opinions about the result over the last year, and he has been calling for a rematch since the decision was announced inside the Circle. 

The Singaporean-American superstar finally gets his chance to reclaim the lightweight strap in the main event of ONE 160. But whether or not he’ll have what it takes to best his South Korean opponent remains to be seen. 

The ONE Flyweight Muay Thai World Grand Prix Semifinals 

The semifinals of the greatest Muay Thai tournament of the year kicks off on 26 August, with Thai dynamo Superlek “The Kicking Machine” Kiatmoo9 taking on Brazilian brawler Walter Goncalves for the first spot in the ONE Flyweight Muay Thai World Grand Prix Championship Final. 

Both fighters put on outstanding performances in the tournament's quarterfinals. "The Kicking Machine" lived up to his moniker by chopping down Taiki "Silent Sniper" Naito, while Goncalves knocked out Josue "Tuzo" Cruz with a flurry of punches after only 35 seconds. 

Which man will leave the Circle with a chance to fight for the coveted silver belt? Tune in to find out. 

Grappling Phenom Renato Canuto’s Long-Awaited Debut 

One of the most exciting submission grapplers in the sport will make his first appearance in the Circle to start ONE 160 off in style. 

Renato Canuto has received a lot of attention for his skill set on the canvas, and he most recently won gold at the IBJJF World Championships.  

With that type of heat behind him, fans would be wise to tune in from the start to see the Brazilian star take on his compatriot, Valdir Rodrigues. 

Whether fans prefer stand-up, mixed martial arts, or submission grappling, this show will keep everyone entertained. 

Download the ONE Super App to catch all the action at ONE 160: Ok vs. Lee II on Friday, 26 August, at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.


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