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ONE FC: Rise of Heroes adds three more fights

ONE FC: Rise of Heroes adds three more fights

Mixed martial arts organisation ONE Fighting Championship has announced details on three more match-ups for its Rise of Heroes fight card, set to take place at the Mall of Asia Arena in Manila on May 2.

Filipino fan-favourite Eduard “Landslide” Folayang will feature in the co-main event opposite former ONE FC lightweight world champion Kotetsu “No Face” Boku of Japan.

An exciting flyweight bout between another popular Filipino fighter, Rey “The Punisher” Docyogen, and Guam’s Joshua “The Hedgehog” Alvarez has also been added to the main card.

The ONE FC cage will also host a battle between two top middleweights, Leandro Ataides of Brazil and Japan’s Tatsuya Mizuno.


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