Arnaud Lepont wonders if Shinya Aoki's memory is short after his last knockout loss to Eddie Alvarez because he knows there's no chance he'll stand and trade with him at ONE FC. read news >>
Saturday’s One Fighting Championship headliner between Shinya Aoki and Arnaud Lepont will move forward as planned, as both lightweights hit their contracted marks at Friday’s One FC 6 weigh-in. read news >>
It's been almost six months since Shinya Aoki last competed, and it appears the time off is giving the former DREAM champion a bit of a razor's edge as he heads into his next bout. read news >>
- 2 years ago
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Shinya Aoki will not, in fact, be headlining August's "ONE FC 5: Pride of a Nation" event.
Promotion officials today announced that the former DREAM champ is now
slated to fight Arnaud Lepont at "ONE FC 6: Rise of Kings."
The event takes place Oct. 6 at the 12,000-seat Singapore Indoor Stadium
in Singapore. Broadcast plans for the event are not yet official. Additionally, ONE FC CEO Victor Cui announced that three title fights will grace "ONE FC 6: Rise of Kings."
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All fighters taking part in Saturday's "ONE FC 6: Rise of Kings" event have successfully made weight at today's weigh-ins.
Among those weighing in were lightweights Shinya Aoki (154.1 pounds) and Arnaud Lepont (154.8), who headline the event.
ONE FC takes place at Singapore Indoor Stadium in Singapore, and the $9.99 online pay-per-view of the event kicks off at 8 a.m. ET/5 a.m. PT (8 p.m. SGT local time).
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- 2 years ago
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Former Dream lightweight champion Shinya Aoki will make his One Fighting Championship debut a little later than expected. read news >>
Shinya Aoki put a stamp on his ONE FC lightweight championship with a quick finish, while Ben Askren stormed the cage to take the welterweight championship. read news >>
"Reign of Champions" took place on pay-per-view (PPV) earlier this morning (Fri., Aug. 29, 2014) from inside Dubai World Trade Centre in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). ONE FC entertained Dubai this morning (Fri., Aug. 29, 2014) with three title fights and multiple quality match ups, producing a thoroughly enjoyable fight card. In the main event, Shinya Aoki defended his lightweight title with ease, scoring his twenty-fourth career submission win against UFC import Kamal Shalorus. Despite the read news >>
Shinya Aoki was the lone champion to successfully defend his belt, while Ben Askren and Jadamba Narantungalag won new titles at ONE FC 19.Filed under: MMA Rumors, News read news >>
Kamal Shalorus became the latest victim of the vaunted Shinya Aoki ground game. read news >>
- 24 days ago
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Shinya Aoki wrapped up a night of quick finishes with another gem of his own, as the ONE FC lightweight champion effortlessly submitted former UFC fighter Kamal Shalorus with a first-round rear-naked choke to retain his title in the main event of ONE FC 19, which took place Friday at Dubai's World Trade Centre. Aoki (36-6, 1 NC) tripped his foe early, then worked his way into full mount while Shalorus (9-4-2) desperately clung to Aoki's neck. Once Aoki freed himself, he wasted little time latchi read news >>