Fight Network Presents ONE: Odyssey of Champions Live This Sunday, Sept. 27 at 9:30 a.m. ET!!

Sep 26, 2015
(PRESS RELEASE) -- Toronto – Fight Network, the world’s premier 24/7 television channel dedicated to complete coverage of combat sports, presents a live broadcast of ONE Championship: Odyssey of Champions this Sunday, September 27 at 9:30 a.m. ET from Istora Senayan in Jakarta, Indonesia, headlined by a clash for the ONE featherweight championship, as Mongolian champion Jadamba Narantungalag (10-3) defends against undefeated Russian contender Marat Gafurov (11-0), plus Roger Huerta (22-7-1) returns to the ONE cage for a lightweight showdown with Japan’s Koji Ando (11-4-2).

Fight Network’s live broadcast of ONE: Odyssey of Champions will air exclusively in Canada.

In other featured bouts, Brazilian Herbert Burns (5-0) battles Russian Timofey Nastukhin (9-1) in a pivotal featherweight bout, Brazilian Leandro Ataides (8-1) meets Russian Alexey Butorin (9-0) in middleweight action, American Jake Butler (5-1) takes on Brazil’s Cristiano Kaminishi (8-2) in a light heavyweight matchup, Frenchman Arnaud Lepont (11-4) faces off with Holland’s Vincent Latoel (15-16-2) at 150 pounds, Muin Gafurov (5-0) locks horns with American Casey Suire (5-1) in a bantamweight bout, Sotir Kichukov (13-3) and Yusup Saadulaev (13-4-1) throw down in a bantamweight bout, and female strawweights Angela Lee (1-0) and Elena Pashnina (0-2) will collide.

But first, Fight Network will televise the live prelims for UFC Fight Night™: Barnett vs. Nelson exclusively in Canada on Saturday, September 26 from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. ET. The main card will be televised on TSN5. In the featured prelim, well-travelled Japanese veteran Keita “K-Taro” Nakamura (30-6-2, 1NC) makes his UFC return against Chinese standout Li “The Leech” Jingliang (10-3) in a welterweight showdown. In other action, Germany’s Nick “Sergeant” Hein (12-2, 1NC) and Canadian “Rajin” Kajan Johnson (20-12-1) enter enemy territory for lightweight clashes against Japan’s Yusuke Kasuya (9-1) and Naoyuki Kotani (33-12-7), respectively, while Japanese welterweight prospect Shinsho “Animal” Anzai (8-2) throws down with Dominican Republic export Roger “Viva” Zapata (4-1).

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