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 ONE FC 10: Champions & Warriors - Event Coverage and Results 
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ONE Fighting Championship has announced that the fighters are ready for ONE FC: CHAMPIONS & WARRIORS which takes place tomorrow evening at Istora Senayan in Jakarta, Indonesia. The entire card, which is headlined by a Lightweight bout between Kotetsu Boku vs. Vuyisile Colossa, will also be available live on Pay-Per-View at http://www.onefc.livesport.tv.



MAIN EVENT:

Lightweight Bout: Kotetsu Boku (68.3 kg/ 150.6 lbs) VS Vuyisile Colossa (68.3 kg/ 150.6 lbs)


MAIN CARD:

Lightweight bout: Willy Ni (70.1 kg/ 154.5 lbs) VS Vincent Latoel (68.3 kg/ 150.6 lbs)
Catchweight bout (90kg): Jake Butler (89.8 kg/ 198.0 lbs) VS James Kouame (88.2 kg/ 194.4 lbs)
Featherweight bout: Bruno Pucci (65.3 kg/ 144.0 lbs) VS Bashir Ahmad (65.6 kg/ 144.6 lbs)
Lightheavyweight bout: Eugenio Tan (92.5 kg/ 204.0 lbs) VS Vincent Majid (91.8 kg/ 202.4 lbs)
Flyweight bout: Almiro Barros (56.2 kg/ 123.9 lbs) VS Kian Pham (56.7 kg/ 125.0 lbs)
Heavyweight bout: Mahmoud Hassan (101.5 kg/ 223.8 lbs) VS Alain Ngalani (101.5 kg/ 223.8 lbs)


UNDER CARD:

Lightweight bout: Caros Fodor (69.9 kg/ 154.1 lbs) VS Yang Seung Ho (69.6 kg/ 153.4 lbs)
Featherweight bout: Long Sophy (64.1 kg/ 141.3 lbs) VS Max Metino (64.2 kg/ 141.5 lbs)
Flyweight bout: Raymond Tan (56.2 kg/123.9 lbs) vs Brianata Rosadhi (55 kg/ 121.3 lbs)



Fans from around the world can witness the action online via live streaming at http://www.onefc.livesport.tv. The first three undercard fights are available for viewing free-of-charge and the main card fights will be available for purchase at just US$9.99. Visit the official ONE FC: CHAMPIONS & WARRIORS weigh-in photo gallery by clicking: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/7pof14b9qwz30a2/SFZmzHv8q8

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ONE FC 10: Champions & Warriors - Results
September 13, 2013
Istora Senayan
Jakarta, Indonesia




Main Card:

Vuyisile Colossa def. Kotetsu Boku via Unanimous Decision

Vincent Latoel def. Willy Ni via Submission (Guillotine Choke) Round 1 (1:25)

Jake Butler def. James Kouame via Submission (Arm-Triangle Choke) Round 1 (2:11)

Bruno Pucci def. Bashir Ahmad via Submission (RNC) Round 1 (3:13)

Vincent Majid def. Eugenio Tan via Submission (Kimura) Round 1 (1:30)

Almiro Barros def. Kian Phan via Unanimous Decision

Alain Ngalani def. Mahmoud Hassan via TKO (Strikes) Round 1 (0:31)


Preliminary Card:

Caros Fodor def. Yang Seung Ho via Unanimous Decision

Max Metino def. Long Sophy via Submission (Kimura) Round 2 (3:24)

Raymond Tan def. Brianata Rosadhi via Submission (Guillotine Choke) Round 1 (0:21)

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ONE FC impressed the packed crowd in attendance at Istora Senayan for ONE FC: Champions & Warriors. Fans were treated to a night of exhilarating action, culminating in a clash of two of the best strikers in the lightweight division, Kotetsu Boku and Vuyisile Colossa.

CEO of ONE Fighting Championship Victor Cui stated, “ONE FC put on another night of exciting world class MMA action that captivated the Indonesian audience and the millions of viewers around the world. Local heroes emerged while international stars staked their claims for a title opportunity with impressive finishes. ONE FC: CHAMPIONS & WARRIORS proved to be a resounding success and ONE FC will be back in Indonesia very soon.”

The main event was a standup battle. The opening stanza saw Vuyisile Colossa land several leg kicks while former ONE FC Lightweight World Champion Kotetsu Boku regularly switched stances to land several big punches. The second round was largely dominated by Colossa whose devastating leg kicks and precise punches had Boku retreating on several occasions. Colossa landed a devastating barrage of elbows and knees in the third round, but the resilient Boku fought hard to survive the onslaught and made it out of the round. The judges awarded the unanimous decision victory to Colossa, who will surely be moving up the ranks in the Lightweight division with a win over the former titleholder.

In the co-main event of the evening, Dutch-Indonesian striker Vincent Latoel showed off his grappling abilities when he submitted Willy Ni of the Netherlands. Both fighters came out swinging and after an intense back-and-forth scramble, the opportunistic Vincent Latoel squeezed in a guillotine choke that saw Willy Ni tap out in the first round.

The three representatives of the famed Evolve MMA Fight Team in Singapore also staked their respective title claims in the Light Heavyweight, Featherweight and Flyweight divisions. Jake Butler demonstrated his signature wrestling skills as he pulled off two successive suplexes against James Kouame. He advanced from the slam to secure an arm triangle and extend his winning streak in ONE FC to three. Bruno Pucci also won via submission in the first round as the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt defeated Bashir Ahmad via rear naked choke. Almiro Barros had to work harder as he smothered Australian Kian Pham to a three round unanimous decision.

The night also saw one of the most electrifying knockouts of the year. Heavyweight monolith and kickboxing champion Alain Ngalani wasted little time in his mixed martial arts debut. He displayed remarkable speed when he knocked out Egyptian boxing champion Mahmoud Hassan in less than a minute in the first round with a spinning heel kick that will go down as a huge favourite for knockout of the year.

Indonesia’s own hometown warriors, Max Metino and Vincent Majid, emerged with key victories in front of the raucous hometown audience. Metino received a standing ovation when he walked out and the crowd roared at his every move. He managed to control most of the first round by taking Long Sophy down. After a takedown in the second round, the grappling specialist earned the submission victory via keylock. National Judo champion Majid was knocked down early by his opponent Eugenio Tan, but managed to turn it into a dominant position and finished his opponent with the same submission as Metino.

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