ONE On Prime Video 5 Weigh-in Results: Jackie Buntan Fails Weight and Hydration, and as a Result, Will Forfeit 20% Of Her Purse to Amber Kitchen. All Other Fighters Pass.

Dec 02, 2022
Amber Kitchen and Jackie Buntan at the weigh-ins. Photo: ONE Championship
Today, ONE Championship released the ONE on Prime Video 5: De Ridder vs. Malykhin Final Weight and Hydration results.

Two-division world champion Reinier de Ridder and Interim Heavyweight world champion Anatoly Malykhin both made weight and hydration on their first attempt. De Ridder comes in at 217.25 lbs, while Malykhin is the heavier of the two at 223.50 lbs. The ONE Light Heavyweight Championship will be on the line.

Roberto Soldic and Murad Ramazanov both came in well-hydrated and pass weight. It will be the highly anticipated ONE Championship debut for the former KSW champion as he takes on undefeated Murad Ramazanov.

Kade Ruotolo and Matheus Gabriel both easily pass weight and hydration for their Lightweight Submission Grappling Championship fight.

In the only Muay Thai fight of the night, Jackie Buntan is not able to make weight and hydration in time and has to forfeit 20% of her purse to Amber Kitchen. The fight will be contested at a 130lbs catchweight.




Reinier de Ridder (217.25, 1.0083) vs. Anatoly Malykhin (223.50, 1.0057) - Light Heavyweight

Kade Ruotolo (168.00, 1.0061) vs. Matheus Gabriel (168.00, 1.0031) - Lightweight

Roberto Soldic (184.25, 1.0070) vs. Murad Ramazanov (185.00, 1.0070) - Welterweight

Amber Kitchen (125.00, 1.0152) vs. Jackie Buntan (130.00, 1.0014) - Catchweight

Dae Sung Park (169.75, 1.0195) vs. Lowen Tynanes (168.75, 1.0122) - Lightweight


Eduard Folayang (170.00, 1.0036) vs. Edson Marques (168.75, 1.0099) - Lightweight

Tye Ruotolo (179.25, 1.0099) vs. Marat Gafurov (175.00, 1.0233) - Catchweight

​​Jasur Mirzamukhamedov (263.75, 1.0164) vs. Oumar Kane (260.00, 1.0078) - Heavyweight

Lin Heqin (115.00, 1.0132) vs. Denice Zamboanga (114.25, 1.0053) - Atomweight

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.