On Friday, Dec. 6, ONE FC hosted its 13th event, dubbed Moment of Truth, from the Mall Of Asia Arena in Pasay City, Philippines. The event streamed live via online pay-per-view.

The night’s main event featured a featherweight title rematch, as Koji Oishi once again faced the man he knocked out to earn the belt, Honorio Banario. The pair met at ONE FC 9 in May, with the Japanese fighter stopping Banario in the second round. The 36-year-old Oishi entered the contest having tasted defeat just once since 2008. For the Filipino fighter, Banario, the loss to Oishi was just the second of his career.

In addition to the night’s title tilt, the card also featured a pivotal bantamweight clash between Team Lakay product Kevin Belingon and Spain’s David Aranda Santacana. Also on the main card, UFC and Strikeforce veteran Caros Fodor took on Vuyisile Colossa and another Team Lakay fighter, lightweight Eduard Folayang, looked to get back in the win column as he clashed with veteran Vincent Latoel.

The 10-fight event kicked off at 7 p.m. local time (7 a.m. ET) for the price of $9.99 on LiveSport TV.

Koji Oishi def. Honorio Banario by KO (punch), Round 3, 1:43  – for featherweight title
Kevin Belingon def. David Aranda Santacana by KO (punch), Round 1, 2:53
Eduard Folayang def. Vincent Latoel by decision (unanimous)
Vuyisile Colossa def. Caros Fodor by decision (unanimous)
Geje Eustaquio def. Eugene Toquero by decision (unanimous)
Dae Hwan Kim def. Thanh Vu by submission (rear-naked choke), Round 2, 4:10
Paul Cheng def. Alain Ngalani by submission (strikes), Round 1, 4:54
Koetsu Okazaki def. Joshua Alvarez by submission (rear-naked choke), Round 2, 3:13
Ruel Catalan def. Khim Dima by TKO (ref stoppage), Round 1, 3:35
Herbert Burns def. Edward Kelly by submission (rear-naked choke), Round 1, 0:44

Photo: Koji Oishi (blue trunks) battles Honorio Banario (ONE FC)

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