One FC 22 Results: ‘Battle of Lions’ Play-by-Play & Updates

By James Goyder Nov 7, 2014

Sherdog.com reports from the Singapore Indoor Stadium in Kallang, Singapore, with live One FC 22 play-by-play.

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Kirstie Gannaway vs. Adek Omar

Round 1

The taller Gannaway opens up with her jab and quickly smashes Omar in the mouth with a clean right cross. Omar clinches, but instantly gets whisked to the canvas and has her back taken in a heartbeat by the Evolve MMA product. Gannaway is sliding off Omar's right side slightly, so she gives up on the choke and attacks with punches while regaining her balance. She keeps looking for it but continues sliding off of Omar, so she goes over the top for an armbar. Omar slips out, but winds up locked in a triangle. The Malaysian fighter is completely out of her depth on the ground against the far more skilled Gannaway. Gannaway stays patient, tightens the triangle, locks her grip behind her own knee and forces the tap.

The Official Result

Kirstie Gannaway def. Adek Omar via Submission (Armbar) R1 2:34

Jeff Huang vs. Zuli Silawanto

Round 1

Huang lands a tentative inside low kick followed by a straight right hand which connects clean. Suliwanto responds with a high kick which misses. They clinch against the cage, where Huang scoring with some straight knees to the midsection before dropping for a single-leg which he completes instantly, ending up in his opponents guard. He quickly scores with heavy punches and elbows. Huang's pounding is consistent, as he lands with a big stream of left hands, then starts landing freely with both. Referee Yuji Shimada is looking to stop the fight, but Suliwanto kicks his opponent away to make space. Huang dives on him, where the Taiwanese prospect lands some knees to the head from the side and then takes his man's back. He easily locks up the rear-naked choke for the tap.

The Official Result

Jeff Huang def. Zuli Silawanto via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) R1 3:10

Amir Khan vs. Waqar Umar

Round 1

Khan, who suffers from Tourette’s syndrome, can be seen twitching slightly but it doesn’t seem to bother him as he comes out with a fast jab, catches a kick from Umar. He clinches with the Pakistani fighter briefly, but then circles away to stand at range Khan is on the front foot; his body kick is blocked followed by another jab which lands clean as Umar counters with a body kick of his own. Khan throws an inside leg kick which Umar seems to feel is low as he grabs his cup and looks to referee Olivier Coste. Coste calls nothing and the Khan takes full advantage of his opponent’s ill-advised lapse in concentration: the Singaporean rushes him with a knee to the midsection from close range followed by two short sharp right elbows which knock Umar out cold, falling straight back like a tree. Khan gets some quick follow-up before Coste intervenes in the brutal knockout.

The Official Result

Amir Khan def. Waqar Umar via KO (Elbows) R1 1:25

Rocky Batolbatol vs. Martin Nguyen

Round 1

Batolbatol comes out in the southpaw stance as Nguyen tries a few feints as part of an early feeling-out process. Batolbatol leads with a right hook-left uppercut but Nguyen has his hands high and blocks before charging in with a flying knee attempt of his own. Batolbatol lands a kick to the cup of Nguyen, then charges in looking for the kill but referee Yuji Shimada dives in to pause the fight and give the Filipino a stern warning. The pause is a brief one and Nguyen wastes no time in shooting for a single-leg takedown immediately after the restart. He postures up and lands some elbows, taking Batolbatol's back as the Filipino attemtps to roll away but Batolbatol uses the cage to work his way up to the feet. The pace slows but Batolbatol is able to land a hard left hand to the body followed up by a left kick to the midsection. Nguyen narrowly misses with a high kick of his own. Batolbatol is looking to land his left hook but Nguyen times him and gets a takedown with ten seconds remaining, landing a hard kick to Batolbatol's body as he jumps up, ending a very even round.

Round 2

Batolbatol immediately lands another low kick to the groin from his southpaw stance and, as it is a second offence, Yuji Shimada issues a yellow card. Nguyen doesn’t appear to be badly hurt and comes out of the break with more kicking offense. A straight left hand from Batolbatol hurts Nguyen, who stumbles backwards but the Filipino is in a rush and overcommits. He runs right at his foe and Nguyen capitalizes by taking him down, quickly taking Batolbatol's back, sinking his hooks in and finishing the fight with a rear-naked choke.

The Official Result

Martin Nguyen def. Rocky Batolbatol via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) R2 2:10

Cary Bullos vs. Major Overall

Round 1

The southpaw Bullos comes out with a left kick and a flurry of punches. Overall steps away, then uncorks a head kick that knocks Bullos back. As he falls, Overall throws a soccer kick which just misses. As he tries to scramble to his feet, Overall dives on his back, instantly sinking the rear-naked choke before he even gets his hooks in, and gets the tap.

The Official Result

Major Overall def. Cary Bullos via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) R1 0:29

Dwayne Hinds vs. Christophe Vandijck

Round 1

Trinidad and Tobago’s Hinds is thrown quickly from the clinch by the Belgian judoka. Hinds gets straight back up and van Dijck works for a takedown which he eventually secures but not before eating a few short punches. Hinds doesn’t stay down for long and pops up again as both men exchange punches in the clinch before van Dijck executes a headlock throw and quickly passes straight into full mount. The pace appear to have taken its toll on Hinds who gives up his back and covers up, making no effort to intelligently defend himself as van Dijck goes to work with punches and elbows. Eventually, the trapped Hinds feebly taps out.

The Official Result

Christophe van Dijck def. Dwayne Hinds via TKO (Submission to Punches) R1 2:40

Tatsuya Mizuno vs. Brayan Rafiq

Round 1

Rafiq throws an overhand right and simultaneously ducks down for a takedown. Mizuno turns his back but as Rafiq tries to get a grip from behind, Mizuno grabs a hand and uses a kimura attempt to secure a takedown of his own. Rafiq pops right back up after a scramble with the Japanese fighter once again pressed up against the cage. Mizuno twists around to face Rafiq and lands some short elbows as he works for a takedown. Referee Olivier Coste hasn't seen enough action from the pair, so he breaks them up. Rafiq immediately shoots for another takedown and traps Mizuno up against the cage but this time Coste separates them even faster. Rafiq eats a left hook as he charges in for another takedown but wears it well before yet again shooting for a takedown, which Mizuno counters with another kimura attempt. Once more, he’s able to us it to sweep use it to sweep Rafiq and threaten him briefly, but the round expires.

Round 2

Mizuno leads with two left kicks to the body, but Rafiq barrels into him and pushes him into the fence again. This time the Frenchman is able to complete the takedown and attempt a kneebar while Mizuno counters with a kimura, finishing up in the Frenchman’s half guard. The pace slows as Mizuno grinds on top. He finally postures up and starts firing off a few punches before Rafiq establishes full guard and ties him up again. Mizuno opens up with another flurry and Rafiq attempts to counter with a leglock, which Mizuno easily defends, then stepping away asking Rafiq to get back to his feet. With 30 seconds left in the round, Mizuno lands a knee to the midsection followed by a couple of hooks but Rafiq answers back with a flurry of his own that stops Mizuno's momentum.

Round 3

Mizuno lands more left roundhouse kicks to the body as Rafiq winds up on punches that miss. They clinch and Mizuno lands two hard knees to the midsection but Rafiq complains that one of them was low and is given a few seconds to recover by Olivier Coste. The French fighter is on the back foot and eats another left kick to the body followed by a knee to the head from the clinch. Rafiq looks exhausted and is content to circle out as Mizuno marches forward. The pace slows and Coste warns them to be active once more. Rafiq lands a flurry, then Mizuno lands a spinning back kick in the dying seconds of a dull round and fight. After three rounds, Sherdog.com sees the fight for Tatsuya Mizuno.

The Official Result

Tatsuya Mizuno def. Brayan Rafiq via Decision (Unanimous) R3 5:00

Bakhtiyar Abbasov vs. Luis Santos

Round 1

The southpaw Santos opens up with leg kicks before tagging Abbasov with a left hook. The Azerbaijani tries for a takedown, but on his advance he eats a hard left knee to the midsection which buckles his legs. Abbasov collapses to the ground in agony, grabbing at his rib cage. He taps the nat once weakly and when Santos sees him tap, the Brazilian walks away triumphantly with his hand raised before referee Yuji Shimada even realizes that Abbasov wants out of the fight.

The Official Result

Luis Santos def. Bakhtiyar Abbasov via TKO (Submission to Knee to the Body) R1 0:53

Koji Ando vs. Zorobabel Moreira

Round 1

Moreira is back inside the One FC cage after a two-year absence and throws a couple of push kicks from his back leg followed by a left low kick. Koji And is beign very patient but he eats a hard left hook from Moreira who is doing a good job of keeping Ando at range and using his reach. Moreira steps in and lands a right knee and follows it up with two left low kicks and a jab while Ando struggling to find any sort of rhythm. He times a knee attempt from Moreira and takes the Brazilian down, only to see him explode straight back up. The round finishes with Moreira landing two hard leg kicks to the inside right leg of the Japanese southpaw.

Round 2

Moreira lands a body kick but Ando catches it and kicks out his standing leg. The Brazilian is briefly on his back but Ando can’t capitalize and he gets straight back to his feet. Moreira’s output has diminished and now it’s Ando pressing the pace and starting to find a home for his punches but Moreira rallies and lands a crisp right cross. Moreira lands three more kicks to Andos inside right leg and then a hard knee from the clinch followed by a big right kick to the midsection and a right push kick to the face. Moreira lands more kicks to the inside of Ando's right leg but the Japanese fighter counters with a couple of quick punches of his own.

Round 3

Moreira comes out with a flying knee to Ando’s midsection followed up with another knee. Ando grabs a leg and looks to take the BJJ black belt down. Ando needs to do something to change the momentum of the fight but can only paw away with ineffectual punches, although he is able to lock his hands around Moreira’s waist temporarily in a takedown attempt, only for the Brazilian to slide out and go back to work with the inside leg kicks. With 90 seconds to go, Ando lands a salvo to the body. Moreira collapses to the floor and referee Olivier Coste dives in to stop the fight as Ando attempts to attack his prone opponent with soccer kicks.

The Official Result

Koji Ando def. Zorobabel Moreira via TKO (Punches) R3 4:21

ONE FC Middleweight Title:
Leandro Ataides vs. Igor Svirid

Round 1

Ataides comes forward from the opening bell but walks straight into a stiff jab from Svirid which stuns him. The Brazilian staggers backwards and the Kazakh middleweight follows up with a flurry of punches which drop the Brazilian flat on his face. A few follow up shots and the fight is over just like that, and Igor Svirid is the middleweight champion.

The Official Result

Igor Svirid def. Leandro Ataides via TKO (Punches) R1 0:17

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