ONE Fight Night 9 Weigh-in Results: Nong-O & Jonathan Haggerty Is On! Han Zi Hao Suffers Heat Stroke, Three Fighters Miss Weight

Apr 21, 2023
Nong-O & Jonathan Haggerty in great shape. Photo: ONE Championship
The ONE Championship weigh-ins for ONE Fight Night 9: Nong-O vs. Jonathan Haggerty went down yesterday.

Reigning ONE Bantamweight Muay Thai champion Nong-O passed weight and hydration ahead of his title fight against Jonathan Haggerty. Haggerty who struggled with his weight cut in the past, and came in over the limit in his Bantamweight debut, easily passed the testing today. He came in 1.5 lbs under the 145 lbs weight limit. 

Both Han Zi Hao and Asa Ten Pow missed weight for their fight. The Chinese fighter suffered a heat stroke while running, and has not been cleared by the doctor to cut any more weight. The bout will now proceed at a catchweight of 149.50 lbs.

Matias Farinelli missed weight for his fight, and as a result, will forfeit 25% of his purse to Jhanlo Mark Sangiao. The bout will now proceed at a catchweight of 149.75 lbs.




Nong-O Hama (144.00, 1.0156) vs. Jonathan Haggerty (143.50, 1.0023) - ONE Bantamweight Muay Thai Championship

Halil Amir (168.50, 1.0248) vs. Maurice Abevi (169.00, 1.0107) - Lightweight

Bokang Masunyane (123.25, 1.0070) vs. Hiroba Minowa (124.75, 1.0078) - Strawweight 

Saemapetch Fairtex (145.00, 1.0140) vs. Felipe Lobo (143.75, 1.0132) - Bantamweight

Denice Zamboanga (114.25, 1.0107) vs. Julie Mezabarba (115.00, 1.0036) - Atomweight

Isi Fitikefu (185.00, 1.0218) vs. Valmir Da Silva (182.25, 1.0023) - Welterweight

Meng Bo (124.25, 1.0214) vs. Dayane Cardoso (125.00, 1.0023) - Strawweight

Han Zi Hao (149.50, 1.0083) vs. Asa Ten Pow (145.25, 1.0241) - Catchweight

Jhanlo Mark Sangiao (143.00, 1.0112) vs. Matias Farinelli (149.75, 1.0031) - 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.