One Pride 32 sets lightweight champion showdown

One Pride lightweight champ Jeka Saragih is riding a seven-right win streak.

One Pride lightweight champion Jeka Saragih will put his belt on the line for a second time this year in the main event of ONE Pride Fight Night 32.

Saragih defended his belt for the fourth time against Hendrik Tarigan in July, needing just one minute to finish the fight with a rear-naked choke. That win extended his unbeaten streak to seven wins stretching back to 2016.

Up next for the reigning champ is Filipino fighter Mhar John Manahan, who remains undefeated with ONE Pride since joining the promotion in December 2017.

An accomplished kickboxer, Manahan trains under the tutelage of wushu world champion and ONE FC fighter Rene Catalan.

ONE Pride 32 will go down at the Tennis Indoor Stadium in Jakarta on 21 September.

In the co-main event, bantamweight champion Achmad Eko Priandono will defend his title against Yusuf Susilo, a striker with a contrasting style style.

Susilo brings a karate background and provides a unique challenge with a fighting style that relies on accurate and powerful strikes.

After losing to Sony Rizaldi in 2017, Priandono switched camp to Saint Martial Arts and racked up three consecutive knockouts on his way to the bantamweight title.

In the classic grappler vs. striker bout, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu stylist Yesreel Mocodaser faces boxer Jamil Burhan.


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