ONE: Age Of Dragons Weigh-In And Hydration Test Results

Ahead of tonight’s ONE: Age Of Dragons, ONE Championship has released the final weigh-in and hydration test results.

ONE: Age Of Dragons goes down tonight at Cadillac Arena in Beijing, China, at 5pm local time. The main event will see Ilias Ennahachi defend his ONE flyweight kickboxing title against Wang Wenfeng. The co-main event also sees a title bout, as Tarik Khbabez and Roman Kryklia will compete for the inaugural ONE light heavyweight kickboxing title.

Complete ONE: Age Of Dragons Final Weigh-in and Hydration Test Results:

MAIN CARD:

ONE Flyweight Kickboxing World Championship (56.8 KG – 61.2 KG):
Ilias Ennahachi (61.2 kg, 1.0152) vs. Wang Wenfeng (61.15 kg, 1.0152)

ONE Light Heavyweight Kickboxing World Championship (93.1 KG – 102.1 KG)
Tarik Khbabez (102.1 kg, 1.0099) vs. Roman Kryklia (101.3 kg, 1.0233)

Muay Thai Catchweight (73.0KG): 
Yodsanklai IWE Fairtex(72.8 kg, 1.0095) vs. Jamal Yusupov (73.0 kg, 1.0007)

Mixed Martial Arts Atomweight (47.7 KG – 52.2 KG):
Meng Bo (52.2 kg, 1.0237) vs. Laura Balin (52.05 kg, 1.0244)

Mixed Martial Arts Atomweight (47.7 KG – 52.2 KG):
Ritu Phogat (51.9 kg, 1.0023) vs. Nam Hee Kim (51.6 kg, 1.0132)

Mixed Martial Arts Strawweight (52.3 KG – 56.7 KG): 
Miao Li Tao (56.55 kg, 1.0066) vs. Jeremy Miado (55.65 kg, 1.0004)

PRELIMS:

Kickboxing Featherweight (65.9 KG – 70.3 KG): 
Jorina Baars (68.2  kg, 1.0009) vs. Christina Breuer (69.45 kg, 1.0000)

Mixed Martial Arts Featherweight (65.9 KG – 70.3 KG): 
Tang Kai (70.0 kg, 1.0009) vs Edward Kelly (69.45 kg, 1.0000)

Mixed Martial Arts Bantamweight (61.3 KG – 65.8 KG): 
Yusup Saadulaev (65.8 kg, 1.0103) vs. Daichi Takenaka (65.6 kg, 1.0009)

Kickboxing Catchweight (73.0KG): 
Enriko Kehl (72.95  kg, 1.0132) vs. Armen Petrosyan (73.0 kg, 1.0248)

Mixed Martial Arts Strawweight (52.3 KG – 56.7 KG): 
Hexigetu (56.5 kg, 1.0183) vs. Ramon Gonzales (55.9 kg, 1.0061)


*Hydration values less than or equal to 1.0250 earn a passing mark, while values greater than or equal to 1.0251 earn a failing mark. Athletes who failed weight and hydration tests on Day 1 or Day 2 are given another chance to clear tests on the morning of the event.


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