Asia’s biggest Mixed Martial Arts organisation ONE fighting championship took to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam at the Phu Tho Indoor Stadium to host its first-ever fight in the country.
It featured a stacked card from top to bottom and it also featured a Muay Thai bout between India’s Puja Tomar and Vietnamese-American Bi Nguyen. It was a highly entertaining bout and Nguyen defeated Tomar via split decision in the atomweight category. Tomar was pressured by Bi throughout the fight, but she ended the fight on a strong note.
Hometown hero 🇻🇳 Bi Nguyen returns to the winner's circle with a hard-earned split decision victory over Indian hero Puja Tomar! @killerbeemma #WeAreONE #ImmortalTriumph #HoChiMinh #MartialArts pic.twitter.com/2bbXkBwqR0
— ONE Championship (@ONEChampionship) September 6, 2019
“Nguyen and Tomar went toe-to-toe for three rounds, providing the fans in Ho Chih Minh City with non-stop striking action. Through the majority of the contest, Nguyen proved to be more aggressive with her combinations as Tomar took a mostly defensive stance. In the third and final round, Nguyen picked up the pace and outstruck Tomar to end the bout on a strong note and walk away with the decision win in her home country,” the fight recap sent out by ONE Championship (courtesy of FightMag.com.au)
The main event was headlined ONE Bantamweight Muay Thai World Champion Nong-O Gaiyanghadao and Algerian Muay Thai star Brice Delval. The Thai Muay Thai legend Nong-O Gaiyanghadao successfully defended his title by defeating Delval via split decision.
NONG-O GAIYANGHADAO RETAINS ONE BANTAMWEIGHT MUAY THAI WORLD TITLE WITH SPLIT DECISION OVER BRICE DELVAL