Chingiz Allazov Claims Kickboxing Gold at One on Prime Video 6 With Nasty KO

One Championship put on its first combat sports event of 2023 with One on Prime Video 6, which featured three title fights.

The main event for the featherweight kickboxing championship saw defending titleholder Superbon Singha Mawynn take on grand prix winner Chingiz Allazov. It was Allazov that set the pace early and showed he was here to fight by keeping up constant pressure. The second round would see Allazov knock down Mawynn twice with heavy punches and then destroy the champion with a clean overhand right. The official end came at 1:03 of Round 2.

The co-main event was a flyweight kickboxing bout between Superlek Kiatmookao and Daniel Puertas for the vacant title. While it was Puertas pushing the action forward early, Kiatmookao was able to land stunning knees to the body as his opponent stepped in. Puertas continued eating leg kicks but never failed to move forward and Kiatmookao was visibly tired at the end of Round 2. However, Kiatmookao would show renewed vigor in the third round and badly hurt Puertas with punches, which he followed up with precise knees and powerful head kicks. Over the championship rounds, Kiatmookao would slow down a bit but continue landing heavy kicks to the body and enough sharp punches to secure a unanimous decision victory.

Mikey Musumeci successfully defended his flyweight submission grappling world championship against Gantumur Bayanduuren. The American pulled guard early in the 10-minute round and would eventually start working on a kneebar. Bayanduuren would defend well, although both men would eventually reach a stalemate with both working on the other's leg to no avail. The match would end with Musumeci taking the back and securing a unanimous decision win.

The final mixed martial arts fight was contested at a 215-pound catchweight between Aung La N Sang and Gilberto Galvao. It was N Sang (29-13, 1 NC) that immediately wobbled Galvao (30-8-1) with an uppercut just seconds into the first round. While the Brazilian attempted to grapple, N Sang cut his opponent with elbows and then sent him to the canvas. A series of punches would end the fight with "The Burmese Python" picking up a TKO win at 1:29 of Round 1.

In 136.5-pound catchweight kickboxing action, Rodtang Jitmuangnon took on Jiduo Yibu. It was Jitmuangnon that immediately pressed the action and started landing on Yibu to both the head and body repeatedly. The punishment continued in the second frame as Yibu's face was bloodied. Fully in control, Jitmuangnon showboated his way to a unanimous decision victory.

In a last-minute strawweight kickboxing match, fan-favorite Nong Stamp faced Ann Jaroonsak. Both women came out swinging but it was the reach advantage of "Supergirl" that was the difference early on. The action stayed steady in the second frame as "Stamp Fairtex" was pushed against the cage while both women found space to connect with punches and kicks, although it was Jaroonsak that had the edge. Despite the similarly paced third round, it was "Stamp Fairtex" that received the split-decision win.

Garry Tonon made quick work of Jonathan Nunez. After using a kimura on the feet to secure a takedown, Tonon (7-1) kept twisting the arm of Nunez (7-3) until the fighter tapped. The submission officially came just 1:53 into Round 1.

The first fight of the card was a 150-pound catchweight contest between Jae Woong Kim and Shoko Sato. A tepid first round saw both men punished with a yellow card and a 10-percent purse reduction. Round 2 was much more action-packed with Sato (34-15-2, 1 NC) bloodying the nose of Kim (13-8) due to precision punches that slipped past the Korean fighter's guard. The damage would continue in the third round with Kim's eye becoming badly damaged by the end. After three rounds, it was Sato that was awarded a unanimous decision victory.
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