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3 of the Best Finishes From the Stars Competing at ONE Fight Night 10

Published 05/01/2023, 6:03 AM EDT

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ONE Fight Night 10: Johnson vs. Moraes III on Prime Video is the organization’s historic North American debut, and the blockbuster fight card is fitting for the occasion. Emanating from 1stBank Center in Colorado, the May 5 show is topped by a trio of World Title fights and is jam-packed with ONE’s biggest superstars from top to bottom. 

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Now just days away from the event that has martial arts fans around the globe salivating, we look back at three unforgettable finishes from athletes competing at ONE Fight Night 10. 

#1 Demetrious Johnson Evens The Score With Adriano Moraes 


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In the evening’s main event, reigning ONE Flyweight World Champion Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson will defend his gold and try to seal the rivalry in his favor when he takes on former titleholder Adriano “Mikinho” Moraes in an epic trilogy fight. 

 In April 2021, the Brazilian became the first man to ever finish Johnson, knocking him out with a thunderous knee. But the MMA GOAT bounced back in a big way in August 2022, scoring a sensational flying knee knockout to even the score with Moraes and capture the flyweight crown in the process. 


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 #2 Reinier De Ridder Chokes Out Aung La N Sang 

ONE Middleweight World Champion Reinier “The Dutch Knight” de Ridder has done more than enough to prove he can hang with BJJ phenom Tye Ruotolo ahead of their 10-minute submission grappling showdown. 

Widely regarded as the best overall grappler in MMA, “The Dutch Knight” won the first of his two divisional titles when scored a sensational first-round submission on former middleweight king Aung La “The Burmese Python” N Sang in October 2020 at ONE: INSIDE THE MATRIX.

De Ridder flexed his judo and BJJ black belt early, dragging the fight to the canvas where he immediately took his rival’s back before sinking in a brutal rear-naked choke, securing the World Title he proudly owns to this day. 

#3 Zebaztian Kadestam Destroys Tyle McGuire


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 Swedish star Zebaztian “The Bandit” Kadestam is set to square off with Roberto “Robocop” Soldic in a highly anticipated battle of vicious knockout artists that could earn either man a shot at gold. 

For Kadestam, it wouldn’t be his first time touching a ONE World Title. In November 2018, “The Bandit” took on American grappler Tyler McGuire for the vacant welterweight crown and landed an epic knockout that continues to live on in highlight reels. 


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After battering his foe for nearly 25 full minutes, Kadestam closed the show with a massive right hand followed by a savage knee on the ground, etching his name in the history books in dramatic fashion.

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Written by:

Souvik Roy


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Souvik Roy is an exceptional UFC writer with an impressive portfolio of over 500 articles at EssentiallySports. The young writer did not allow speech impairment to come in the way of his love for writing and covering fights. As a keen observer, Souvik's passion for MMA was sparked when he discovered the UFC after being introduced to WWE.
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Rohini Kottu