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ONE FC: roar of tigers kl fight card complete

ONE FC: roar of tigers kl fight card complete

ONE Fighting Championship has finalised the fight card for its October 17 mixed martial arts event, “Roar of Tigers”, at the iconic Stadium Putra in Kuala Lumpur. Two bouts have been added to the fight card, with Muay Thai champions Saiful Merican of Malaysia and Thailand’s Dejdamrong Sor Amnuaysirichoke set to face each other in flyweight action.

Iranian taekwondo champion Barbod also returns to the cage to meet Egyptian boxing titleist Hisham Hiba. The main event of the night will be a clash of two of the greatest featherweights in the world, Marat Gafurov of Russia and Australia’s Rob Lisita.


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