March 13, 2015, fighters come head to head at the One FC 25 at the Putra Indoor Stadium in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

One FC started Sept. 3, 2011, with One Fighting Championship: Champion vs. Champion. 24 events later, Once FC has been molding fighters into champions, taking the bloody, bruised image and shaping it into technique and style, instead. The event will now be One Champion, rather than One Fighting Championship (FC).

This brings us to One Championship: Age of Champions. Here is what you need to know.

The main event you do not want to miss is Adriano Moraes (12-1-0) going head-to-head with Asuka Mikami (11-2-1) for the Flyweight Title. Moraes has been winning a majority of his fights by submission, while Mikami has been mostly decision. What does this mean? While this is going to be a fairly equal skilled fight, Mikami better play smart, or the results may be devastating.

On the other hand, Mikami has been undefeated in his last 12 fights. He has not lost a fight since 2009, against Ryuji Takada. He has spent long hours training and getting ready, and will not go down easy. While his wins have mainly been judges decision, he has proven himself to be one who does not give up easy. He is quick on his feet, and once he has you cornered, it is known to be over from there.

Both fighters pose a good threat, but there can only be one champion. Among all fights this year, this is definitely one you will not want to miss.

 

Stay tuned for the latest news and updates revolving around ONE FC 25.

About The Author

Colter Lindstrom
Staff Writer

Colter Lindstrom grew up scrapping with friends involved in the local MMA gym and Martial Arts Sports Academy. While a shoulder injury prevented a future in fighting, he continues his love for the sport. He is earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing at Full Sail University, where he works on perfecting his coverage details. ​