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Petrosyan, Petchyindee Academy face off at ONE: Masters of Destiny

Kuala Lumpur -- The largest global sports media property in Asian history, ONE Championship™ (ONE), recently held the official ONE: MASTERS OF DESTINY Open Workout at The Grounds KL at MAHSA Avenue in Kuala Lumpur, featuring ONE Championship athletes scheduled to take part on the blockbuster card.

Petrosyan, Petchyindee Academy face off at ONE: Masters of Destiny
ONE Championship stars Giorgio “The Doctor” Petrosyan (right) and Petchmorakot Petchyindee Academy
ONE Championship stars Giorgio “The Doctor” Petrosyan, Petchmorakot Petchyindee Academy, Ev Ting, Daichi Abe, Saiful “The Vampire” Merican, “Jordan Boy” Mohammad bin Mahmoud, Jihin “Shadowcat” Radzuan, and Jomary Torres all came out to showcase their skills and face-off against each other in intense staredowns.

Ticket information for ONE: MASTERS OF DESTINY is available at www.onefc.com.

Athletes are scheduled to compete at ONE: MASTERS OF DESTINY, which takes place Friday, 12 July at the Axiata Arena in Kuala Lumpur. In the main event, striking superstars Giorgio “The Doctor” Petrosyan of Italy and Petchmorakot Petchyindee Academy of Thailand will do battle in a ONE Featherweight Kickboxing World Grand Prix Quarter-Final bout.

A multiple-time Kickboxing World Champion, Petrosyan is one of the greatest and most dominant kickboxers of all time, having already accomplished an incredible amount in his sensational career. This includes two K-1 World MAX World Championships, a Glory Slam Tournament Championship, and several other prestigious titles.

Petrosyan joined ONE Super Series in 2018 and has since put together a solid run through the ranks. Now competing in the ONE Featherweight Kickboxing World Grand Prix, Petrosyan looks to emerge the winner of the tournament and claim the million dollar prize.

Hailing from Ubon Ratchathani in Thailand’s northern Isan region, Petchmorakot has already defeated some of the biggest names in Muay Thai, claiming multiple Muay Thai Championships in the process. Petchmorakot has claimed Lumpinee Stadium World Championships in two divisions, as well as a WMC Muay Thai title, in a career spanning almost 200 professional bouts. Incredibly, he is still only at the beginning of his career, and now he hopes to attain international glory on the global stage of ONE Championship.

Friday, 12 July

Axiata Arena, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Main Event

ONE Super Series Featherweight Kickboxing World Grand Prix Quarter Final

Giorgio Petrosyan vs Petchmorakot Petchyindee Academy

ONE Super Series Kickboxing: 70.3kg

Angela Lee vs Michelle Nicolini

Mixed Martial Arts: 56.7kg

Ev Ting vs Daichi Abe

Mixed Martial Arts: 77.1kg

Abro Fernandes vs Gurdarshan Mangat

Mixed Martial Arts: 61.2kg

Jihin Radzuan vs Jomary Torres

Mixed Martial Arts: 52.2kg

Troy Worthen vs Chen Rui

Mixed Martial Arts: 65.8kg

Hiroki Akimoto vs Kenny Tse

ONE Super Series Kickboxing (8oz. gloves): 61.2kg

Kai Ting Chuang vs Janet Todd

ONE Super Series Kickboxing (8oz. gloves): 52.2kg

Dae Sung Park vs Kimihiro Eto

Mixed Martial Arts: 77.1kg

Aleksi Toivonen vs Akihiro Fujisawa

Mixed Martial Arts: 61.2kg

Saiful Merican vs Mohammed Bin Mahmoud

ONE Super Series Muay Thai (4oz. gloves): 65.8kg

Adrian Mattheis vs Li Zhe

Mixed Martial Arts: 56.7kg

Bozhena Antoniyar vs Bi Nguyen

Mixed Martial Arts: 52.2kg

George Mann vs Sorgraw Petchyindee Academy

ONE Super Series Muay Thai (4oz. gloves): 70.3kg

Josh Tonna vs Yoshihisa Morimoto

ONE Super Series Kickboxing (4oz. gloves): 61.2kg

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Topics: ONE: MASTERS OF DESTINY , Giorgio Petrosyan , Petchmorakot Petchyindee Academy
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