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ONE Championship: EV Ting vs Honorio Banario

Ev Ting had little trouble taking care of Team Lakay’s Honorio Banario, finishing the Filipino via Guillotine Choke just moments into the first round. Banario opted to shoot for takedowns instead of relying on his Wushu base which proved to be his downfall. Ting capitalized on a missed shot by Banario and sunk in a deep choke to force the tap.

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SSC Championship 2

Saigon Sports Club proudly announce SSC Championship 2 with more exciting and unforgettable moments. Tune back on 13 September 2015 for more information.

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TFW - Training For Warriors

Saigon Sports Club brings International TFW Training For Warriors to Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam.

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Pre Kid Program from 13 June - 28 June 2015

Saigon Sports Club proudly presents pre kid mixed martial arts program in Crescent Mall, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

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UFC Fight Night 65: Daniel Hooker vs Hatsu Hioki

In the second, Hooker (12-5 MMA, 2-1 UFC) made him pay with a brutal knockout that left Hioki (27-9-2 MMA, 3-5 UFC) facedown and unconscious on the mat at 4:13 of Round 2. The featherweight bout closed out the preliminary card of today’s UFC Fight Night 65 event at Adelaide Entertainment Centre in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. It streamed on UFC Fight Pass. The head kick was there for Hooker early on, but instead of hurting Hioki with it he mostly ended up giving the Japanese fighter a way of taking him down, which Hioki was happy to take advantage of. But even on the mat, Hooker showed quickly that he could hold his own. After getting mounted by Hioki in the first, Hooker escaped with relative ease. He began to shrug off some of those takedown attempts in the second, just as he also began to find his range on the feet. Late in the second, Hooker managed to put his shin across Hioki’s jaw, stunning him just long enough to allow Hooker to unload with follow-up punches that sent Hioki reeling toward the mat. As Hioki attempted to regain his bearings, a right hand from Hooker laid him flat. Another added insult to injury, though by then Hioki was already out, lying motionless on the canvas. “I don’t know how I feel right now,” Hooker said. “I’m calm, trying to process what this all means. Hatsu Hioki is a legend of MMA and to beat him is an honor. For this fight, I had to change my mentality. In my last fight, I fought like a premium fighter and I did well. Going into tonight, I fought like the main-event fighter. That change was key. I also made the switch to southpaw, which I don’t think anyone has done like that so early in their career. It worked and helped make the openings.” The victory bounces Hooker back into the win column after a unanimous decision loss to Maximo Blanco in September snapped what had been a six-fight winning streak. Hioki has now lost five of his last six.

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ONE 25: EV Ting vs Cary Bullos

Ev Ting vs Cary Bullos Featherweights Cary Bullos and Ev Ting put on a mostly even striking battle in the first round of their contest, but it was the second round where things got interesting. From the clinch along the fence, Ting executed an expertly-timed foot sweep from double underhooks, a takedown so forceful that Bullos landed directly on his head. In the ensuing scramble, Ting immediately locked up a standing guillotine choke before Bullos could do more than get to his base. The choke was too locked on to avoid and Bullos was forced to tap at 1:05 of the second round.

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