ONE: Pursuit Of Greatness live results and highlights | Aung La N Sang stops Mohammad Karaki in the first

ONE Championship, Aung La N Sang

On Friday night (Friday morning in North America) ONE Championship returned to beautiful Yangon, Myanmar’s Thuwunna Indoor Stadium with the action-packed ONE: Pursuit of Greatness card.

Like most of ONE Championship’s recent stops in Myanmar, this one was topped by an Aung La N Sang appearance, as the ONE middleweight and light heavyweight title defended his middleweight belt against Lebanon’s Mohammad Karaki.

The co-main event, meanwhile, saw undefeated Burmese sensation Phoe Thaw take on his biggest test yet in long-time ONE featherweight contender Keanu Subba. The card also featured a number of striking-only bouts as part of the ONE Super Series.

Here are the full results for Friday’s finish-filled ONE: Pursuit of Greatness card:

The Main Card | ONE Super App

Aung La N Sang defeats Mohammad Karaki via TKO at 2:21 of round one (Mixed Martial Arts — ONE Middleweight World Title)

Keanu Subba submits Phoe Thaw via guillotine choke at 2:47 of round one (Mixed Martial Arts — Featherweight)

Tarik Khbabez defeats Ibrahim El Bouni via TKO at 2:26 of round three (ONE Super Series Kickboxing — Light Heavyweight)

Masakazu Imanari submits Radeem Rahman via armbar at 1:23 of round one (Mixed Martial Arts — Catch Weight Of 67 Kilograms)

Han Zi Hao defeats Ryan Jakiri via knockout at 1:39 of round one (ONE Super Series Kickboxing —Bantamweight)

Ye Thway Ne defeats Mite Yine via unanimous decision (Mixed Martial Arts —Flyweight)

Luis Santos defeats Daichi Abe via knockout from a liver kick at 0:33 of round one (Mixed Martial Arts — Welterweight)

Preliminary Card | ONE Super App, Twitter, Facebook

Josh Tonna defeats Joseph Lasiri via unanimous decision (ONE Super Series Kickboxing — Flyweight)

Ahmad Qais Jasoor defeats Ma Xu Dong via knockout at 2:16 of round two (Mixed Martial Arts — Bantamweight)

Rudy Agustian submits Kaji Ebin via Americana at 4:01 of round one (Mixed Martial Arts — Flyweight)

This article first appeared on BJPENN.COM on 10/26/2018.