On Friday, Dec. 19, ONE Fighting Championship made its China debut for its 24th event, dubbed Dynasty of Champions, from the Olympic Sports Center Gymnasium in Beijing. The event was originally tabbed for October, but was pushed back.

In the night’s main event, bantamweight Ji Xian faced undefeated Song Ya Dong. Xian, with a background in sanda, won his first eight professional bouts. His countryman Ya Dong had yet to taste defeat through five fights and just turned 20 years of age.

The night’s co-main event featured veteran lightweight Adrian Pang against Dutchman Vincent Latoel. Pang had been out of action for a year, but the Aussie had notched five wins in his last six outings and is a former Legend FC lightweight champion. Latoel, meanwhile, looked to rebound from a submission loss to UFC veteran Caros Fodor.

The card also featured two one-night tournament in the flyweight and featherweight divisions.

The 10-fight event kicked off Friday at 5 a.m. ET. It airs via online pay-per-view for $9.99.

FULL RESULTS
Ji Xian def. Song Ya Dong by unanimous decision
Adrian Pang def. Vincent Latoel by submission (guillotine choke). Round 3,2:15
Li Kai Wen def. Wang Ya Wei by unanimous decision – Beijing featherweight tournament final
Li Wei Bin def. Wang Wei by unanimous decision – Beijing flyweight tournament final
Michal Pasternak def. Rafael Silva by unanimous decision
Ariel Sexton def. Anvar Alizhanov by submission (reverse triangle). Round 1, 3:18
Wang Ya Wei def. Li Gen by TKO (strikes). Round 1, 2:26 – Beijing featherweight tournament semifinal
Li Kai Wen def. He Nan Nan by TKO (strikes). Round 1, 2:19 – Beijing featherweight tournament semifinal
Wang Wei def. Liu Xu by unanimous decision – Beijing flyweight tournament semifinal
Li Wei Bin def. Hao Yi Jie by submission (armbar). Round 1, 2:51 – Beijing flyweight tournament semifinal

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