‘The Panda` Xiong of China defeated Teo of Singapore with a volley of crisp punches

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Xiong punching Tiffany in the cage of Jakarta One Championship Kings of Courage yesterday night

Jakarta, Indonesia: ONE Championship electrified the Jakarta Convention Center once again on Saturday night at ONE: KINGS OF COURAGE.

In the main event, the “Panda” Xiong Jing Nan of China was crowned the inaugural ONE Women’s Strawweight World Champion with a technical knockout victory over Singapore’s Tiffany Teo.

A riveting striking battle took place between two outstanding female martial artists. “The Panda” Xiong Jing Nan etched her name in the pages of history as the first ever ONE Women’s Strawweight World Champion, defeating Singaporean martial arts ace Tiffany Teo by referee stoppage in the fourth round.

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Tiffany Teo suffers several punches

Relying on her accurate striking, Xiong tagged Teo repeatedly with her patented overhand rights and stinging left hooks that presented a difficult problem to solve for the tough Singaporean.

Through sheer power and determination, Xiong overwhelmed her opponent and secured the finish by dropping Teo with a volley of crisp punches, prompting veteran referee Olivier Coste to call a halt to the contest.

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the “Panda” Xiong Jing Nan of China crowned the inaugural ONE Women’s Strawweight World Champion.

Xiong Jing Nan, after crowned ONE Women’s Strawweight World Champion, said: “I want to thank ONE Championship for this chance to show what China, and what women can do.”

 “I am happy to represent China and take a lot of pride in that. I feel great and I’m overwhelmed. This is a message to all the women across the world, you can achieve anything. This win is dedicated to my grandmother and grandfather who passed away recently,” she added.

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Indonesian flyweight  Stefer Rahardian finishing Imran of Pakistan in One Championship at Jakarta Convention Center last night.

Meanwhile, in the co-main event of the evening, Indonesian flyweight prodigy Stefer Rahardian drew the loudest cheers from the hometown crowd at the packed Jakarta Convention Center as he turned in another stellar performance, dominating Pakistan’s Muhammad Imran over three rounds to keep his unblemished professional record intact. Rahardian fully utilized his grinding ground-and-pound to pummel Imran repeatedly while threatening to end matters with various submission attempts. All three judges scored the bout in favor of Rahardian, who had his arm raised via unanimous decision.

@Malaysia World News

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