ONE 164 Weigh-in Results: Superlek and Panpayak Both Fail to Pass Hydration & Weight – Fight Still On, but No Flyweight Muay Thai Grand Prix Title on the Line

Dec 02, 2022
Superlek and Panpayak at the weigh-ins. Photo: ONE Championship
Today, ONE Championship released the ONE 164: Pacio vs. Brooks Final Weight and Hydration Results.

More weigh-in drama at ONE Championship. Superlek and Panpayak both fail to pass weight and hydration, and are ineligibly to compete in the Flyweight Muay Thai Grand Prix Final. Both will still compete at a 138 lbs catchweight.

In the main-event Jarred Brooks challenges Joshua Pacio for his ONE Strawweight title. Both fighters pass weight and hydration on their first attempt.

Anacleto Lauron fails weight and hydration. Jhanlo Mark Sangiao has declined to take a portion of Lauron’s purse. The bout will now be at a catchweight of 156.25 lbs.

Meng Bo fails weight and hydration, and as a result, will forfeit 20% of her purse to Jenelyn Olsim. The bout will now be at a catchweight of 130.75 lbs.




Joshua Pacio (125.00, 1.0044) vs. Jarred Brooks (124.75, 1.0136) - Strawweight Title

Superlek Kiatmoo9 (135.25, 1.0237) vs. Panpayak Jitmuangnon (138.00, 1.0241) - Catchweight

Brandon Vera (248.75, 1.0195) vs. Amir Aliakbari (247.75, 1.0241) - Heavyweight 

Geje Eustaquio (125.00, 1.0152) vs. Hu Yong (130.00, 1.0014) - Flyweight 

Jeremy Pacatiw (145.00, 1.0070) vs. Tial Thang (144.50, 1.0160) - Bantamweight

Adonis Sevilleno (144.75, 1.0036) vs. Drex Zamboanga (145.00, 1.0040) - Bantamweight


Jhanlo Mark Sangiao (148.00, 1.0036) vs. Anacleto Lauron (156.25, 1.0136) - Catchweight

Tagir Khalilov (135.00, 1.0066) vs. Chorfah Tor.Sangtiennoi (135.00, 1.0187) - Flyweight 

​​Lara Fernandez (114.50, 1.0023) vs. Dangkongfah Banchamek (114.50, 1.0044) - Strawweight

Jenelyn Olsim (124.75, 1.0070) vs. Meng Bo (130.75, 1.0237) - Catchweight

Hydration values less than or equal to 1.0250 earn a passing mark, while values greater than or equal to 1.0251 earn a failing mark. Athletes who failed weight and hydration tests on Day 1 or Day 2 are given another chance to clear tests on the morning of the event.