After successful runs with ONE: Empower and ONE:Revolution, ONE Championship now puts under the spotlight its rich collection of next-gen athletes who will see action in ONE:Next Gen, a three-series fight extravaganza of ONE’s hot new talents.
 
ONE: Next Gen, the first of the series, happens on Friday, October 29, followed by Next Gen II on November 12 and Next Gen III on November 26. A thrilling highlight of ONE: Next Gen is the Final Four of the ONE Women’s Atomweight Grand Prix, that will edge us closer to the answer to “who will challenge Angela Lee”?
 
Pinoy fans should look forward to Next Gen III, where our very own Team Lakay warrior Lito Adiwang will face Jared Brooks in the main event. It will be Lito’s first ever main event in ONE.
 
This story shows the way to the exciting trilogy of ONE: Next Gen fights up ahead.
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ONE Championship Announces Full Card for ONE: NEXTGEN on 29 October

Roman Kryklia Defends ONE Light Heavyweight Kickboxing World Title Against Murat Aygun

Final Four Square Off in ONE Women’s Atomweight World Grand Prix Semifinals

Headliners for ONE: NEXTGEN II and ONE: NEXTGEN III Also Announced

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7 October 2021 – Singapore: ONE Championship™ (ONE) today announced the full card for ONE: NEXTGEN, which broadcasts live from the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Friday, 29 October.

In the main event, Ukrainian skyscraper Roman Kryklia returns to defend the ONE Light Heavyweight Kickboxing World Championship against Dutch-Turkish bruiser Murat Aygun.

Also featured on the card is the semifinal round of the historic ONE Women’s Atomweight World Grand Prix. The final four will see #3-ranked atomweight Stamp Fairtex of Thailand lock horns with Grand Prix alternate Julie Mezabarba of Brazil, who is replacing an injured Ham Seo Hee. In the other semifinal matchup, #4-ranked atomweight Ritu Phogat of India will meet undefeated Itsuki Hirata of Japan.

ONE: NEXTGEN
Friday, 29 October

ONE Light Heavyweight Kickboxing World Championship
Roman Kryklia vs. Murat Aygun
Heavyweight: 102.2 KG – 120.2 KG

ONE Women’s Atomweight World Grand Prix – Semifinal
Stamp Fairtex vs. Julie Mezabarba
Atomweight: 47.7 KG – 52.2 KG

ONE Women’s Atomweight World Grand Prix – Semifinal
Ritu Phogat vs. Itsuki Hirata
Atomweight: 47.7 KG – 52.2 KG

Mixed Martial Arts
Kirill Grishenko vs. Dustin Joynson
Heavyweight: 102.2 KG – 120.2 KG

Mixed Martial Arts
Miao Li Tao vs. Jeremy Miado
Strawweight: 52.3 KG – 56.7 KG

Kickboxing
Beybulat Isaev vs. Bogdan Stoica
Light Heavyweight: 93.1 KG – 102.1 KG

ONE: NEXTGEN II and ONE: NEXTGEN III will also take place at the Singapore Indoor Stadium and air via tape delay on 12 November and 26 November, respectively.

ONE: NEXTGEN II features a main event showdown between #1-ranked bantamweight Muay Thai contender Saemapetch Fairtex and newly signed Thai star Rittewada Petchyindee Academy. In the co-main event, surging featherweights Tang Kai and Yoon Chang Min do battle inside the Circle.

ONE: NEXTGEN III is headlined by an explosive mixed martial arts showdown between high-level strawweights Lito Adiwang and Jarred Brooks. In the co-main event, former ONE Bantamweight Kickboxing World Champion Alaverdi Ramazanov returns to Muay Thai action against Pongsiri PK.Saenchai Muaythaigym.

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