ONE Championship celebrated the release of its latest weekly offering at Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand, by hosting a dozen more exciting MMA and Muay Thai fights.
ONE Fight Night 11 took place on March 31 and included a rematch of the main event between two Muay Thai rising stars as well as six non-competitive bouts.
Here's what happened in the capital city's most famous combat sports venue in case you missed any of the action.
Superball takes main event
In Friday's main event, Superball Tded99 and Kongklai Annymuaythai exchanged three more intense rounds of 138-pound catchweight Muay Thai battle.
Unlike their initial meeting, which ended in a split-decision victory for Superball, the rematch was considerably easier for the judges to call.
This time, the Tded99 representative knocked Kongklai out twice, once in the first round and once in the second, and won the unanimous decision.
The victory improved the 26-year-old Thai's total record to 72-19-1 and 2-0 in the ONE Championship.
ET gets a huge win
ET Tded99 made a big impression in his ONE debut, knocking out Apiwat Sor Somnuk after only 37 seconds of their 130-pound catchweight Muay Thai match.
Apiwat attempted to score by punching the larger man, but ET remained calm and attempted his first jumping knee. Although it missed the mark, it was a foreshadowing of his winning stroke.
When Apiwat backed up again, the TDed99 athlete lunged forward with an airborne scissor knee that caught his opponent's chin and promptly terminated the bout, bringing his record to 81-38-2.
Tyson Harrison gets KO win
Tyson Harrison knocked out Rambo Mor Rattanabandit in the last seconds of their furious bantamweight Muay Thai fight.
The Australian's post-fight comments was surprising since, despite pressing Rambo into the ropes for the majority of their nine-minute striking match, he was battered and trailing on the scorecards.
But, in classic Harrison form, he wore the damage proudly and used it to fire himself until the last moments, when he walloped Rambo with a strong right hand to score the buzzer-beating KO at 3:00 of round three.
"John Wayne Noi" improved his record to 23-9 with the remarkable performance, solidifying his place as one of the most intriguing Westerners in Muay Thai today.