ONE Fight Night 12 Weigh-in Results: Superlek, Walter Goncalves, and Yuya Wakamatsu Miss Weight, Fights Go Ahead as Catchweight Bouts

Jul 14, 2023
Superlek misses weight for the second time. Photo: ONE Championship
The ONE Championship weigh-ins for ONE Fight Night 12: Superlek vs. Tagir Khalilov went down yesterday.

Reigning ONE Flyweight Kickboxing champion Superlek was not able hit the required 135 lbs weight limit for his Muay Thai fight against Tagir Khalilov. The Russian fighter passed on his first attempt. Both agreed to fight at a catchweight of 135.25 lbs. A quick turnaround for the Thai fighter, who stopped Nabil Anane just three weeks ago at ONE Friday Fights 22.

Yuya Wakamatsu came in half a pound too heavy for his MMA Flyweight contest against Xie Wei. The bout will now proceed at a catchweight of 135.50 lbs.

Former Muay Thai Flyweight contender Walter Goncalves misses weight for his MMA debut against Chinese prospect Banma Duoji. The fight will go ahead at a catchweight of 135.75 lbs.

Despite three fighters missing weight, the match-ups remain in tact and the 9-bout card continues as planned.



Superlek Kiatmoo9 (135.25 lbs, 1.0156) vs. Tagir Khalilov (134.75 bls, 1.0095) – Catchweight

Garry Tonon (153.25 lbs, 1.0136) vs. Shamil Gasanov (154.00 lbs, 1.0031) – Featherweight

Amir Aliakbari (250.25 lbs, 1.0229) vs. Dustin Joynson (240.75 lbs, 1.0226) – Heavyweight

Xie Wei (134.50, 1.0229) vs. Yuya Wakamatsu (135.50, 1.0132) – Catchweight

Aaron Canarte (153.75, 1.0103) vs. Akbar Abdullaev (154.25, 1.0248) – Featherweight

Lara Fernandez (114.50 lbs, 1.0244) vs. Phetjeeja (114.50 lbs, 1.0191) – Atomweight

Walter Goncalves (135.75 lbs, 1.0218) vs. Banma Duoji (133.50 lbs, 1.0049) – Catchweight

Tammi Musumeci (123.25 lbs, 1.0053) vs. Amanda Alequin (123.50 lbs, 1.0005) – Strawweight

Constantin Rusu (168.75 lbs, 1.0214) vs. Bogdan Shumarov (169.25 lbs, 1.0229) – Lightweight

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.