On August 29, 2014, ONE FC hosted ONE FC 19: Reign of Champions. ONE FC 19 took place at the Dubai World Trade Centre in Dubai, United Arab Emirates and aired live via on-line pay per view. The event featured three title fights, including former Bellator champion Ben Askren. The main event featured a lightweight title fight between former Dream and Bellator fighter Shinya Aoki and Kamal Shalorus. Since losing to Eddie Alvarez at Bellator 66, Aoki has won five straight fights, three of which have been under the ONE FC Banner. Shalorus brought a two fight win streak into the fight as he hope to shock the world with a victory over Aoki. Co-main event featured a welterweight title fight between wrestling stand out and former Bellator welter weight champion Ben Askren and current ONE FC welterweight champion Nobutatsu Suzuki, who was coming off of two straight ONE FC victories over Phil Baroni and Brock Larson. The third title fight on the card featured a featherweight title fight between Koji Oishi and Jadamba Narantungalag. Oishi had two straight KO victories under the ONE FC banner while Narantungalag was coming off of a decision victory at ONE FC 16. The full fight card results for ONE FC 19 are listed below.

Shinya Aoki vs. Kamal Shalorus for lightweight title
Nobutatsu Suzuki vs. Ben Askren for welterweight title
Koji Oishi vs. Jadamba Narantungalag for featherweight title
Christian Holley vs. Roger Huerta
Cristiano Kaminishi vs. James McSweeney
Herbert Burns vs. Hiroshige Tanaka
Vaughn Donayre vs. Mohamad Walid
Dejdamrong Sor Amnuaysirichoke vs. Ali Yaakub
Ana Julaton vs. Ann Osman

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