ONE: Eternal Glory results and highlights – Saruta tops Pacio on finish-filled card

Yosuke Saruta, Joshua Pacio, ONE Championship, ONE: Eternal Glory
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On Saturday night in Jakarta, Indonesia (Saturday morning in North America), ONE Championship made i’s long-awaited return with the exciting ONE: Eternal Glory card.

In the main event, Japan’s Yosuke Saruta scored a close but impressive defeat of Team Lakay‘s Joshua Pacio, capturing the ONE strawweight belt in the process.

Elsewhere on the ONE: Eternal Glory card, we saw impressive stoppage victories from Christian Lee, Bruno Pucci, Kwon Won Il ,Niu Kang Kang, Aziz Calim, and Oscar Yaqut. 

Here are the full results and highlights of this action-packed ONE: Eternal Glory card!

ONE: Eternal Glory Main Card

Yosuke Saruta defeats Joshua Pacio via split decision to claim the ONE Strawweight World Championship

Mongkolpetch Petchyindee Academy defeats Alexi Serepisos via unanimous decision (ONE Super Series Muay Thai — Flyweight)

Christian Lee defeats Edward Kelly by TKO at 2:53 of round one (Mixed Martial Arts — Featherweight)

Puja Tomar defeats Priscilla Hertati Lumban Gaol via split decision (Mixed Martial Arts — Women’s Atomweight)

Jonathan Haggerty defeats Joseph Lasiri via unanimous decision (ONE Super Series Muay Thai —Flyweight)

Robin Catalan defeats Stefer Rahardian via unanimous decision (Mixed Martial Arts — Strawweight)

Bruno Pucci submits Kotetsu Boku via rear-naked choke at 3:32 of round one (Mixed Martial Arts — Featherweight)

ONE: Eternal Glory Preliminary Card

Kwon Won Il defeats Anthony Engelen via TKO at 1:07 of round one (Mixed Martial Arts — Featherweight)

Koji Ando defeats Rasul Yakhyaev via split decision (Mixed Martial Arts — Lightweight)

Niu Kang Kang defeats Sunoto via knockout at 0:31 of round one (Mixed Martial Arts — 68-Kilogram Catch Weight)

Aziz Calim submits Adi Paryanto via rear-naked choke at 4:40 of round one (Mixed Martial Arts — Strawweight)

Oscar Yaqut defeats Andreas Satyawan via TKO at 2:36 of round two (Mixed Martial Arts — Featherweight)

This article first appeared on BJPENN.COM on 1/19/2019.