Xiong-Nicolini headlines all-female ONE card on May 28

Singapore—The largest global sports media property in Asian history, ONE Championship™, today announced ONE: EMPOWER, an all-women’s fight card to be broadcast live on May 28.

Xiong-Nicolini headlines all-female ONE card on May 28
ONE: EMPOWER to Feature ONE Women’s Strawweight World Title Fight and World Grand Prix First-Round Matchups

In the main event, reigning ONE Women’s Strawweight World Champion “The Panda” Xiong Jing Nan of China will defend her World Title against #2-ranked strawweight contender Michelle Nicolini of Brazil.

Quarterfinal matchups for the ONE Women’s Atomweight World Grand Prix were also announced.

No. 1-ranked atomweight Denice “The Menace” Zamboanga of the Philippines will face South Korean superstar Seo Hee Ham in the latter’s ONE Championship debut.

No. 2-ranked atomweight Meng Bo of China will take on wrestling phenom Ritu “The Indian Tigress” Phogat of India.

No. 4-ranked atomweight Stamp Fairtex of Thailand will rematch #3-ranked atomweight Alyona Rassohyna of Ukraine following Rassohyna’s last-second victory in February.

Itsuki Hirata of Japan will do battle with ONE Championship newcomer Alyse “Lil’ Savage” Anderson of the United States.

ONE: EMPOWER, May 28

ONE Women’s Strawweight World Championship

(C) Xiong Jing Nan vs. (2) Michelle Nicolini

Strawweight: 52.3 KG–56.7 KG

Mixed Martial Arts

(1) Denice Zamboanga vs. Seo Hee Ham

Atomweight: 47.7 KG–52.2 KG

Mixed Martial Arts

(2) Meng Bo vs. Ritu Phogat

Atomweight: 47.7 KG–52.2 KG

Mixed Martial Arts

(4) Stamp Fairtex vs. (3) Alyona Rassohyna

Atomweight: 47.7 KG–52.2 KG

Mixed Martial Arts

Itsuki Hirata vs. Alyse Anderson

Atomweight: 47.7 KG–52.2 KG

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