ONE Championship heads back on the road for its first Prime Video event outside of their Singapore home as the ONE circle heads to the Axiata Arena in Kuala Lumpur for ONE on Prime Video 3 on October 31.

Headlining the event is a battle for the ONE bantamweight title as hard-hitting champ and former UFC veteran John “Hands of Stone” Lineker puts his newly-won title on the line against surging contender and fellow countryman Fabricio Andrade.

Lineker blasted his way to the top of the division by dethroning long-reigning champion Bibiano Fernandes via second-round knockout at ONE Championship: Lights Out back in March.

Now, in his first title defence, he’ll take on compatriot Andrade, who has looked every inch a championship-calibre athlete since his arrival in the organisation in 2020.

Andrade joined ONE as a 3-2 prospect, then reeled off five consecutive victories, four inside the distance, to earn himself a shot at bantamweight gold. He also arrives in Kuala Lumpur with each of his last three fights finishing via first-round knockout, with those wins coming via punches, knees and kicks, showing his well-rounded striking skillset.

Lineker, meanwhile, will continue to do what brought him to the dance, and throw hard and often with his fists in search for another highlight-reel knockout.

The card also features a pair of Muay Thai championship bouts, with Regian Eersel putting his lightweight title on the line against Sinamut Klinmee in the co-main event, while flyweight striking aces Superlek Kiatmoo9 and Panpayak Jitmuangnon face off for the flyweight world grand prix title.

The lead card is also topped by a championship bout, as the inaugural lightweight submission grappling champion will be crowned, as America’s Kade Ruotolo faces Russia’s Uali Kurzhev for the newly-minted title.

ONE on Prime Video 3: Official Fight Card


  • John Lineker vs. Fabricio Andrade – for bantamweight title
  • Regian Eersel vs. Sinsamut Klinmee – for lightweight Muay Thai title
  • Superlek Kiatmoo9 vs. Panpayak Jitmuangnon – for flyweight Muay Thai world grand prix title
  • Kim Jae Woong vs. Shamil Gasanov
  • Jeremy Miado vs. Danial Williams


  • Kade Ruotolo vs. Uali Kurzhev – for lightweight submission grappling title
  • Amir Naseri vs. Taiki Naito – Muay Thai bout
  • Asa Ten Pow vs. Mehdi Zatout – Muay Thai bout
  • Lea Bivins vs. Noelle Grandjean