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20 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 20 most handsome mixed martial artists who had at least one bout in the ONE Championship cage in 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
  • Defeated 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
  • Knocked out Luis Santos at “ONE: Dynasty of Heroes” on May 26, 2017
  • Lost to Ben Askren via technical knockout 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
  • Knocked out Jimmy Yabo 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
  • Defeated Muhammad Aiman via unanimous decision at “ONE: Kings of Destiny” on April 21, 2017
  • Lost to Adriano Moraes via 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
  • Defeated 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
  • Submitted Anatpong Bunrad at “ONE: Legends of the World” on November 10, 2017

9. “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
  • Defeated Vitaly Bigdash via unanimous decision at “ONE: Hero’s Dream” on June 30, 2017
  • Submitted Alain Ngalani 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
  • Defeated 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
  • Submitted Richard Corminal at “ONE: Immportal Pursuit” on November 24, 2017

6. Rasul Yakhyaev

Rasul Yakhyaev

Rasul Yakhyaev

  • Born on June 20, 1991
  • Fihting out of Chechnya, Russia
  • Defeated 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
  • Fihting out of Kemerovo Oblast, Russia
  • Defeated 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
  • Fihting 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
  • Defeated 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
  • Knocked out Nobutatsu Suzuki 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
  • Knocked out A.J. Lias Mansor 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
  • Knocked out Richard Corminal at “ONE: Warrior Kingdom” on March 11, 2017
  • Knocked out Rajinder Singh Meena 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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