ONE: Unbreakable Weigh-In And Hydration Test Results
ONE Championship has released the final weigh-in and hydration test results ahead of tonight’s ONE: Unbreakable, which goes down at the Singapore Indoor Stadium, starting at 8.30pm local time. The promotion’s first card of 2021 features four mixed martial arts bouts, and two kickboxing matchups.
In the main event, Alaverdi Ramazanov makes the first defence of his ONE bantamweight kickboxing title against the number two ranked Capitan Petchyindee Academy. In the evening’s co-main event, former champion Shinya welcomes James Nakashima to the lightweight division. ‘Nako’ fought less than three months ago, when he lost to Kiamrian Abbasov at ONE: Inside The Matrix 2 whilst challenging for the ONE welterweight title, ending his unbeaten record.
Elsewhere on the ONE: Unbreakable card, Rade Opacic faces Bruno Susano in a heavyweight kickboxing contest, former welterweight champion Zebaztian Kadestam goes up against the undefeated Gadzhimurad Abdulaev, the number two ranked atomweight Meng Bo meets Samara Santos, and Team Lakay’s Lito Adiwang takes on Team Alpha Male’s Namiki Kawahara in a strawweight matchup.
Final Weigh-In And Hydration Test Results For ONE: Unbreakable
ONE Bantamweight Kickboxing World Championship Bout (61.3kg – 65.8kg)
Alaverdi Ramazanov (65.80kg, 1.0156) vs Capitan Petchyindee Academy (64.90kg, 1.0066)
Lightweight (70.4kg – 77.1kg)
Shinya Aoki (75.50kg, 1.0023) vs James Nakashima (76.70kg, 1.0091)
Kickboxing – Heavyweight (102.2kg – 120.2kg)
Rade Opacic (106.55kg, 1.0152) vs Bruno Susano (102.20kg, 1.0027)
Welterweight (77.2kg – 83.9kg)
Zebaztian Kadestam (83.90kg, 1.0222) vs Gadzhimurad Abdulaev (83.90kg, 1.0248)
Meng Bo (54.80kg, 1.0233) vs Samara Santos (53.20kg, 1.0057)
Strawweight (52.3kg – 56.7kg)
Namiki Kawahara (56.60kg, 1.0009) vs Lito Adiwang (56.70kg, 1.0103)
*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.