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ONE FC 12: Warrior Spirit Card Finalized with Adriano Moraes vs Josh Paiva

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One FC has announced their final addition to their “Warrior Spirit” fight card. Flyweights Adriano Moraes and Josh Paiva will face off against one another on November 15th in Malaysia.

The American Josh Paiva has an undefeated record of 4-0, with two wins by knockout, one by submission, and one decision.

His Brazilian opponent Adriano Moraes, is also undefeated. His total record is 9-0, with three knockouts, three submissions, and three decisions.

Here is the official announcement by One FC:

“ONE FC is constantly on the lookout for the top prospects around the word, and Adriano Moraes and Josh Paiva on this card is testament to that fact,” ONE FC CEO Victor Cui stated. “These two fighters have taken the world of MMA by a storm and are both entering the ONE FC cage undefeated. The stakes are extremely high, because come Nov. 15, only one of them can leave with his win record intact. Expect sparks to start flying from the very start of the first round.”

The complete fight card includes:

  • Adam Kayoom vs. Nobutatsu Suzuki
  • Leandro Ataides vs. Brayan Rafiq
  • Peter Davis vs. Alaa Mazloum
  • Saiful Merican vs. Tok Sophon
  • Gianni Subba vs. Chen Yun Ting
  • A.J. Lias Mansor vs. Melvin Yeoh
  • Steven Durr vs. Samir Mrabet
  • Nik Harris vs. Zuli Silawanto
  • Casey Suire vs. Raymond Tan
  • Adriano Moraes vs. Josh Paiva
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Steve Sohanaki
Steve became interested in combat sports when he joined his high school’s wrestling team as freshman. His experience as a wrestler sparked his interest in mixed martial arts when he recognized the compatibility between the two sports. From there, he continued to wrestle all throughout college until he earned his bachelor’s degree in history. Steve’s interests in combat sports center mostly around grappling, but he’s also interested in the history of the sport and where it’s headed in the future.