Mark your calendars and ready your fight predictions—ONE Fight Night 15 is amping up for an electrifying night at the revered Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Bangkok on Friday, October 6.
We’re talking about a rearranged sizzler that pits Thai sensation Anna “Supergirl” Jaroonsak against Spain’s indomitable Cristina Morales. And you better believe it’s going to be a feast for fight fans, airing live in U.S. primetime!
Originally slated for a face-off at ONE Fight Night 13 on August 4, Morales had to bow out last-minute because medical clearance eluded her. Supergirl took it in stride and showed no signs of slowing down. She clinched a win against WBC Muay Thai World Champion Lara Fernandez in an 11th-hour catchweight clash.
With that, her ONE Championship scorecard glows at an impressive 3-1. And if you’re wondering about that single blemish? Well, that came in a spine-tingling, bonus-winning duel against Thailand’s own combat superstar, Stamp Fairtex.
Fueled by the roaring anticipation of a home-country crowd, Supergirl, who hails from Jaroonsak Muay Thai, is poised for rapid-fire action. Cristina Morales, however, is no shrinking violet. The Team Jesus Cabello ace, who boasts a staggering 48-8 professional record, will be keen to silence the ardent Thai fans. Already seasoned with kickboxing rule sets, Morales is eyeing this U.S. primetime spectacle to broadcast a defining message: She’s here to win.
Meanwhile, Morales, the ISKA K-1 World Champion, isn’t a stranger to the ONE circle. Both fighters are undoubtedly eyeing the ONE Women’s Atomweight Kickboxing World Championship title, currently held by Janet Todd. If either one clinches an indisputable victory on October 6, that’s almost a guaranteed ticket toward the golden glories.
But wait—there’s more on the ONE fight menu. Lumpinee Boxing Stadium will also play backdrop for a high-stakes Muay Thai skirmish on September 8 during ONE Friday Fights 32. Sitthichai “Killer Kid” Sitsongpeenong, a living legend in Thai fighting circles, squares off against the 21-year-old Iranian wunderkind, Mohammed Siasarani. This featherweight fracas could set the stage for the winner to be the next in line for the ONE Featherweight Muay Thai World Title. Currently, Sitthichai is sitting pretty as the #2-ranked featherweight Muay Thai contender with an eight-time world championship to his name. And don’t discount Siasarani—he’s a rising rocket in the Muay Thai world.
And as if that’s not enough to quench your combat thirst, let’s not forget ONE Fight Night 15 is also hosting Jonathan Di Bella, the ONE Strawweight Kickboxing World Champion. Ten months after grabbing gold against China’s Zhang Peimian, the Canadian-Italian is defending his throne for the first time. Stepping into the ring with him will be Danial “Mini T” Williams, who previously battled for a ONE World Title. With a full fight camp behind him, Williams is all set to cause an upset and snatch that title.
With a line-up like this, featuring everything from title defences to title hunts, and rising stars to seasoned warriors, ONE Fight Night 15 promises an unforgettable collision of talent, skill, and sheer fighting spirit. This October, get ready for fists to fly, kicks to land, and stars to be born or solidified.