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Two of the award-winning Evolve additions from 2018 will return to action at Singapore's Inner Stage at ONE: Heart Of The Lion on Friday, November 9th.

Gray's superstar "Killer Lion" Tonon will make his featherweight debut to face Sung Jong Lee in a mixed martial arts contest on the Singapore card stack.

They will undoubtedly join the best kickboxer pound-for-pound on the planet, Giorgio "The Doctor" Petrosyan, who will receive the Sorgraw Petchyindee Academy in one kilogram of catch ONE Super Kickboxing Race series.

Tonon, a five-year-old EBI Grappling champion, made his debut in mixed martial arts earlier this year at ONE: IRON WILL, where he hit Filipino striker Richard Corminal in the first round of their encounter. He followed her quickly winning a hard-won victory over India's Rahul Raju at ONE: THE CENTER LEADER.

In both periods, Tonon showed that he was able to mix it as impressively as on the ground where his forces are.

Although he started 2-0 in his career in mixed martial arts, Tonon still believes he has a lot to work on and will show how much he has improved when he returns to the cage.

Lee's opponent, a NAGA No-Gi champion, has more cage experience with four wins and two losses.

He made his debut at the largest martial arts organization in the world against Amir Khan at ONE: UNSTOPPABLE OREAMS earlier this year.

The victory against Singapore's biggest, strongest one caused his move to the featherweight division, creating the fight against Tonon.

Lee believes he can submit Tonon – an ambitious task, but what Korea will surely start in the direct cord if he succeeds.

Meanwhile, Petrosyan will compete in her second fight in promotion after an extraordinary debut at ONE: THE SPIRIT HEROES.

At the premiere of the ONE Super Series in Manila in the Philippines, the physician was surgical in his precision against Jo Nattawut, defeating the Thai star with a unanimous decision to improve his record by 97-2-2 (1 NC).

The 32-year-old remains humble and is committed to constantly improving his skills, setting the ground for even better performance on his return.

Sorgraw also enthused fans at ONE: SPIRIT OF A WARRIOR on his debut when he got himself off the canvas to defeat Samy "AK47" Sana after three rounds of action.

The world champion of the Lumpinee Muay Thai Stadium has proved he can adapt his skills to the kickboxing rules in his battle with the Frenchman.

He will have a difficult challenge ahead, but he is accustomed to overcoming the incredible challenges in life and will surely try to win the biggest win of his career when he steps in the ONE stage once again.


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