ONE On Prime Video 4 Weigh-in Results: Jonathan Haggerty Fails Weight & Hydration in Move up to Bantamweight

Nov 18, 2022
Jonathan Haggerty misses weight & hydration. Photo: ONE Championship
Today, ONE Championship released the ONE on Prime Video 4: Abbasov vs. Lee final weight and hydration results.

Rodtang Jitmuangnon will make his fourth ONE Flyweight Muay Thai title defense against the ONE Strawweight Muay Thai champion Joseph Lasriri, in what will be Lasiri's first fight at Flyweight in over three years. Rodtang failed to make weight in his first attempt but made it three hours later in his second go. Both fighters pass weight and hydration.

Kiamrian Abbasov fails weight and hydration, and as a result, has been stripped of the Welterweight belt and will forfeit 20% of his purse to Christian Lee. Only Lee will be eligible to win the World Title. The bout will now be at a catchweight of 186.25 lbs.

Both Bibiano Fernandes and Stephen Loman fail weight and hydration and have agreed to a catchweight of 153.25 lbs.

Jonathan Haggerty moves up a division, after being hospitalized in his last two booked fights prior to the weigh-ins. He fails weight and hydration, and as a result, will forfeit 20% of his purse to Vladimir Kuzmin. The bout will now be at a catchweight of 148 lbs.




Kiamrian Abbasov (186.25, 1.0248) vs. Christian Lee (185, 1.0140) - Catchweight

Rodtang Jitmuangnon (135, 1.0210) vs. Joseph Lasiri (133.25, 1.0095) - Flyweight 

Bibiano Fernandes (151.50, 1.0207) vs. Stephen Loman (153.25, 1.0128) - Catchweight

Cosmo Alexandre (183.5, 1.0148) vs. Juan Cervantes (184.25, 1.0120) - Welterweight 

Kim Jae Woong (144.5, 1.0152) vs. Kevin Belingon (144, 1.0233) - Bantamweight


Jonathan Haggerty (148, 1.0195) vs. Vladimir Kuzmin (144.5, 1.0226) - Catchweight 

Ruslan Emilbek Uulu (184.25, 1.0031) vs. Isi Fitikefu (184.75, 1.0191) - Welterweight 

Danielle Kelly (114.5, 1.0087) vs. Mariia Molchanova (112.5, 1.0005) - Atomweight 

Liam Nolan (169.25, 1.0103) vs. Eddie Abasolo (167.5, 1.0049) - 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.