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30 most handsome ONE Championship fighters 2017

They are strong and scary in the cage but they also happen to be blessed with good looks. Here is a list of the 30 most handsome mixed martial artists who had at least one bout in the ONE Championship cage in 2017:

 

30. Marcin Prachnio

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I'm glad to announce that I signed with the UFC! It was time to move to the next level after One Championship kept me side lined for so long and didn’t give me an opportunity to develop myself. I'm going to test skills with the best fighters in the best organization in the World💪 My debut will be on UFC on Fox on the 24th of February in Orlando, Florida. I'm super exited and can't wait to step in the cage again! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #fight #fighter #marcinprachnio #win #ko #amazing #photoofday #picoftheday #great #selfie #ufc #mma #kickboxing #karate #bjj #awesome #kungfu #tko #gym #training #hardwork #workout #workhard #gymshark #warsaw #poland #goodlife #goodmorning #trainhard #athlete

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  • born on July 14, 1988
  • fighting out of Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • won over Gilberto Galvao via knockout via punch at “ONE: Kings and Conquerors” on August 5, 2017

29. Martin “The Situ-Asian” Nguyen

  • born on March 5, 1989
  • fighting out of Sydney New South Wales, Australia
  • won over Kazunori Yokota via knockout via punch at “ONE: Quest for Power” on January 14, 2017
  • won over Marat Gafurov via knockout via punch at “ONE: Quest for Greatness” on August 18, 2017
  • won over Eduard Folayang via knockout via punches at “ONE: Legends of the World” on November 10, 2017

28. Eduard “Landslide” Folayang

  • born on November 22, 1983
  • fighting out of Baguio City, Philippines
  • won over Ev Ting via unanimous decision at “ONE: Kings of Destiny” on April 21, 2017
  • lost to Martin Nguyen via knockout via punches at “ONE: Legends of the World” on November 10, 2017

27. Amir Khan

  • born on November 5, 1994
  • fighting out of Singapore
  • won over Rajinder Singh Meena via technical knockout via punches at “ONE: Dynasty of Heroes” on May 26, 2017
  • won over Jaroslav Jartim via knockout via head kick and punches at “ONE Championship: Shanghai” on September 2, 2017
  • won over Adrian Pang via unanimous decision at “ONE: Immortal Pursuit” on November 24, 2017

26. Georgi “Stanchev” Stoyanov

  • born on July 7, 1980
  • fighting out of Burgas, Bulgaria
  • won over Saygid Guseyn Arslanaliev via disqualification due to kick to grounded opponent at “ONE: Quest for Power” on January 14, 2017

25. Gianni Subba

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  • born on December 4, 1992
  • fighting out of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • won over Riku Shibuya via unanimous decision at “ONE: Quest for Greatness” on August 18, 2017

24. Andrew Leone

Andrew Leone

Andrew Leone

  • born on August 17, 1989
  • fighting out of Cortland, New York, United States
  • lost to Bibiano Fernandes via rear-naked choke submission at “ONE: Kings and Conquerors” on August 5, 2017

23. Joshua “The Passion” Pacio

  • born on January 10, 1996
  • fighting out of Baguio City, Philippines
  • won over Dejdamrong Sor Amnuaysirichoke via split decision at “ONE: Warrior Kingdom” on March 11, 2017
  • lost to Hayato Suzuki via rear-naked choke submission at “ONE: Kings and Conquerors” on August 5, 2017
  • won over Roy Doliguez via knockout via spinning back fist at “ONE: Legends of the World” on November 10, 2017

22. Kyle “Kyote” Rozewski

  • born on July 30, 1983
  • fighting out of Varysburg, New York
  • won over Tetsuya Yamada via rear-naked choke submission at “ONE Championship: Shanghai” on September 2, 2017

21. Emilio “The Honey Badger” Urrutia  

  • born on November 19, 1986
  • fighting out of Miami, Florida, United States
  • won over Edward Kelly via unanimous decision at “ONE: Quest for Greatness” on August 18, 2017

20. Vaughn “The Spawn” Donayre

Vaughn Donayre (Facebook/Vaughn Donayre)

Vaughn Donayre (Facebook/Vaughn Donayre)

  • born on May 11, 1979
  • fighting out of Cebu, Philippines
  • lost to Vincent Latoel via unanimous decision at “ONE: Quest for Power” on January 14, 2017

19. Edward “The Ferocious” Kelly

Edward Kelly (Facebook/Edward Kelly)

Edward Kelly (Facebook/Edward Kelly)

  • born on March 1, 1984
  • fighting out of Baguio City, Philippines
  • lost to Emilio Urrutia via unanimous decision at “ONE: Quest for Greatness” on August 18, 2017

18. Geje “Gravity” Eustaquio

Geje Eustaquio (Facebook/Geje Eustaquio)

Geje Eustaquio (Facebook/Geje Eustaquio)

  • born on April 6, 1989
  • fighting out of Baguio City, Philippines
  • won over Anatpong Bunrad via split decision at “ONE: Dynasty of Heroes” on May 26, 2017
  • lost to Kairat Akhtemov via split decision at”ONE: Total Victory” on September 16, 2017

17. Zebaztian “The Bandit” Kadestam

Zebaztian Kadestam (Instagram/Zebaztian Kadestam)

Zebaztian Kadestam (Instagram/Zebaztian Kadestam)

  • born on September 27, 1990
  • fighting out of Sweden
  • won over Luis Santos via knockout via knees at “ONE: Dynasty of Heroes” on May 26, 2017
  • lost to Ben Askren via technical knockout via punches at “ONE Championship: Shanghai” on September 2, 2017

16. Bruno “Pucci Bull” Pucci

Bruno Pucci (Facebook/Bruno Pucci)

Bruno Pucci (Facebook/Bruno Pucci)

  • born on July 23, 1990
  • fighting out of Brazil
  • won over Jimmy Yabo via technical knockout via punches at “ONE: Light of a Nation” on June 30, 2017

15. “The Pugilist” Yang Fei

  • born in 1992
  • fighting out of Hubei, China
  • lost to Muhammad Aiman via unanimous decision at “ONE: Immortal Pursuit” on November 24, 2017

14. Danny “The King” Kingad

Danny Kingad (Facebook/Danny Kingad)

Danny Kingad (Facebook/Danny Kingad)

  • born on September 5, 1995
  • fighting out of Baguio City, Philippines
  • won over Muhammad Aiman via unanimous decision at “ONE: Kings of Destiny” on April 21, 2017
  • lost to Adriano Moraes via rear-naked choke submission at “ONE: Legends of the World” on November 10, 2017

13. Ahmed “The Wolverine” Mujtaba

Ahmed Mujtaba (Facebook/Ahmed Mujtaba)

Ahmed Mujtaba (Facebook/Ahmed Mujtaba)

  • born on February 21, 1993
  • fighting out of Quetta, Pakistan
  • lost to Keannu Subba via submission at “ONE: Throne of Tigers” on February 10, 2017
  • won over Li Kai Wen via disqualification due to punches to back of head at “ONE: Immortal Pursuit” on November 24, 2017

12. Burn “Hitman” Soriano

Burn Soriano (Facebook/Burn Soriano)

Burn Soriano (Facebook/Burn Soriano)

  • born on March 5, 1986
  • fighting out of the Philippines
  • lost to Saiful Merican via technical knockout at “ONE: Throne of Tigers” on February 10, 2017
  • lost to Chen Lei via technical knockout at “ONE: Hero’s Dream” on November 3, 2017

11. Eduardo Novaes

Eduardo Novaes (Facebook/Eduardo Novaes)

Eduardo Novaes (Facebook/Eduardo Novaes)

  • born on July 26, 1980
  • fighting out of Brazil and Singapore
  • lost to Muhammad Aiman via technical knockout at “ONE: Throne of Tigers” on February 10, 2017

 

READ MORE: 10 most beautiful ONE Championship fighters 2017

 

10. Reece “Lightning” McLaren

Reece McLaren (Facebook/Reece McLaren)

Reece McLaren (Facebook/Reece McLaren)

  • born on September 17, 1991
  • fighting out of Queensland, Australia
  • lost to Kevin Belingon via knockout at “ONE: Quest for Greatness” on August 18, 2017
  • won over Anatpong Bunrad via brabo choke submission at “ONE: Legends of the World” on November 10, 2017

9. “The Burmese Python” Aung La N Sang

Aung La N Sang (Facebook/Aung La N Sang)

Aung La N Sang (Facebook/Aung La N Sang)

  • born on May 21, 1985
  • fighting out of Kachin, Myanmar
  • lost to Vitaly Bigdash via unanimous decision at “ONE: Quest for Power” on January 14, 2017
  • won over Vitaly Bigdash via unanimous decision at “ONE: Hero’s Dream” on June 30, 2017
  • won over Alain Ngalani via guillotine choke submission at “ONE: Hero’s Dream” on November 3, 2017

8. Vitaly Bigdash

Vitaly Bigdash (Facebook/Vitaly Bigdash)

Vitaly Bigdash (Facebook/Vitaly Bigdash)

  • born on July 25, 1984
  • fighting out of Rostov, Russia
  • won over Aung La N Sang via unanimous decision at “ONE: Quest for Power” on January 14, 2017
  • lost to Aung La N Sang via unanimous decision at “ONE: Light of a Nation” on June 30, 2017

7. Arnaud “The Game” LePont

Arnaud LePont (Facebook/Arnaud LePont)

Arnaud LePont (Facebook/Arnaud LePont)

  • born on May 13, 1980
  • fighting out of Vietnam
  • won over Richard Corminal via arm-triangle choke submission at “ONE: Immportal Pursuit” on November 24, 2017

6. Rasul Yakhyaev

Rasul Yakhyaev

Rasul Yakhyaev

  • born on June 20, 1991
  • fighting out of Chechnya, Russia
  • won over Shannon Wiratchai via unanimous decision at “ONE: Warriors of the World” on December 9, 2017

5. Timofey Nastyukhin

Timofey Nastyukhin (Facebook/Timofey Nastyukhin)

Timofey Nastyukhin (Facebook/Timofey Nastyukhin)

  • born on November 24, 1989
  • fighting out of Kemerovo Oblast, Russia
  • won over Koji Ando via unanimous decision at “ONE: Kings and Conquerors” on August 5, 2017

4. Li Kai Wen

Li Kai Wen (Facebook/Li Kai Wen)

Li Kai Wen (Facebook/Li Kai Wen)

  • born on October 16, 1995
  • fighting out of Tianjin, China
  • lost to Ahmed Mujtaba via disqualification due to punches to back of head at “ONE: Immortal Pursuit” on November 24, 2017

3. Ev “E.T.” Ting

  • born on August 11, 1989
  • fighting out of New Zealand and Malaysia
  • won over Kamal Shalorus via split decision at “ONE: Throne of Tigers” on February 10, 2017
  • lost to Eduard Folayang via unanimous decision at “ONE: Kings of Destiny” on April 21, 2017
  • won over Nobutatsu Suzuki via technical knockout via punches at “ONE: Quest for Greatness” on August 18, 2017

2. Anthony “The Archangel” Engelen

Anthony Engelen (Facebook/Anthony Engelen)

Anthony Engelen (Facebook/Anthony Engelen)

  • born on June 23, 1985
  • fighting out of Gelderland, Netherlands
  • won over A.J. Lias Mansor via knockout via punch at “ONE: Quest for Power” on January 14, 2017

1. Shannon “OneShin” Wiratchai

  • born on November 14, 1988
  • fighting out of Bangkok, Thailand
  • won over Richard Corminal via knockout via punch at “ONE: Warrior Kingdom” on March 11, 2017
  • won over Rajinder Singh Meena via knockout via knee at “ONE: Kings and Conquerors” on August 5, 2017
  • lost to Rasul Yakhyaev via unanimous decision at “ONE: Warriors of the World” on December 9, 2017

 

READ MORE: 10 most beautiful ONE Championship fighters 2017

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