ONE: Revolution

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ONE: Revolution full card reveal (Victoria Lee and Martin Nguyen among additions)

ONE: Revolution marks a return to full live cards for ONE Championship.

Promotional figurehead Chatri Sityodtong announced the news on this Autumn event via his personal Twitter.

ONE previously announced the title fight trifecta at the top of their September 24th card. But they have since fleshed out the full event rundown as they again take over Singapore Indoor Stadium.

There are several intriguing fight additions across multiple combat disciplines both on the main card and lead card alike.

After almost a year out of action, Martin Nguyen resumes competing against a man known as The Fighting God Kim Jae Woong. Nguyen versus Woong was initially supposed to go down at ONE on TNT II in April. But they will now compete in the Fall.

Nguyen is the first-ever two-division champion in ONE history and the former featherweight/ lightweight king aims to reassert himself.

ONE: Revolution

Amir Aliakbari looks to go 1-1 under the ONE banner here as he tests skills against unbeaten heavyweight Anatoly Malykhin.

This bout was initially targeted for ONE on TNT III in April and will finally be coming to fruition.

Victoria Lee makes a quick turn around back to the ONE Circle here. The 2-0 rising star is set for her third fight for the calendar year after garnering a victory in July.

The Prodigy takes on 5-0 Victoria Souza who has an eighty percent finishing rate with all of those W’s occurring in the opening round. The Gladiator CF veteran rides a streak of three finishes into this debut effort in the ONE Circle.

Lito Adiwang looks to go 2-0 so far in his 2021 campaign against Hexigetu Hexi.

Hexigetu is riding a three-fight win streak under the ONE Championship banner overall. He looks to notch his first victory of the calendar year.

In ONE Super Series action, Petchdam returns for some high-octane Muay Thai action. He will be colliding with the karate-informed kickboxing stylings of Taiki Naito.

Naito has captured the Shoot Boxing Japan Super Bantamweight Championship. He aims to carve out a path towards gold in ONE with a Petchdam victory here.

Also, Buchecha’s MMA debut is now confirmed. Marcus Almeida will indeed test skills against Thomas Narmo in a heavyweight affair.

Which of the new bouts announced for ONE: Revolution are you most excited for?

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