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Heroes set to clash in ONE Malaysian event

Heroes set to clash in ONE Malaysian event

Asian MMA behemoth ONE Championship returns to Malaysia tonight with ONE: Clash of Heroes in their second event of 2016. In the main event hometown hero Ev “ET” Ting (10-3) squares off with one of the Philippines’ finest in Eric “The Natural” Kelly (12-1).

Tetsuya Yamada (15-3) of Japan is to make his debut in the ONE cage against the Philippines’ Eduard “Landslide” Folayang (14-5), while Jake Butler (6-1), firmly established as one of the top light heavyweights in the division, faces his next challenge in Japan’s Tatsuya Mizuno (14-10).

Christian Lee, younger brother of Singapore’s MMA darling Angela “Unstoppable” Lee, who made a successful ONE debut in December with a first round TKO of Cambodia’s David Meak, returns to the cage against Mahmoud Mohamed (3-2). The action is to kick off at 6pm Cambodian time.

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