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MMA Latest Fight Ratings – One Championship: Global Rivals




Missed the show? Want to know which fights are worth your time? Check out MMA Latest Fight ratings! We had three judges to rate the fights on One Championship Global Rivals this weekend. MMA Latest editors, Bramono Lunardi, Hazwady Nazran and lifelong MMA fan, Jason Tellier.

Fights are scored via a round by round basis based on action,technical variety,competitiveness and shock value which will be explained in detail below. The highest possible score for a ight will be 5 stars.

Highest Rated Fight: Li Kai Wen vs Martin Nguyen – ***½
Highest Rated Round: Li Kai Wen vs Martin Nguyen (Round 1) – ***½

One Championship Global Rivals FIght Ratings:

Joshua Pacio vs Rabin Catalan
Hazwady: * Bramono:** Jason:**
Average Rating:*½

Li Kai Wen vs Martin Nguyen
Hazwady: ***½ Bramono:***½ Jason:***
Average Rating:***½

Honorio Banario vs Vaughn Donayre
Hazwady: ** Bramono:* Jason:**
Average Rating:*½

Muin Gafurov vs Reece Mclaren
Hazwady: *** Bramono:*** Jason:**½
Average Rating:***

Lowen Tynanes vs Koji Ando
Hazwady: * Bramono:* Jason:*½
Average Rating:*

Geje Eustaquio vs Gianni Subba
Hazwady: ** Bramono:½ Jason:**

Ben Askren vs Nikolai Alesakhin
Hazwady: ** Bramono:* Jason:*½

How fights are scored           
Fights are scored via a round by round basis based on action,technical variety,competitiveness and shock value which will be explained in detail below.           
The total score of all criteria will be 15 points per round. The final score will be – [Total judges score/(number of rounds x15)] x 5 rounded up or down to the nearest .5           
A finish within rounds will be awarded with an extra .5 star, reason being, a fight of the same quality would be more entertaining with a finish rather than a decision.           
The .5 star finish rule will also allow fights to be rated with a 5.5 star rating           
Blatant fouls are to be awarded -1 point per round.

A judge scored 7 points for each round for a fight that ends in a decision.            
Total score will be (21/45)*5 = 2.5 stars           
A judge scored 7 points for each round for a fight that ends in a 2nd round KO           
Total score will be [(14/30)*5] + .5 stars = 3 stars           
Judging Criteria
1) Action       
Action is defined by the quantity and quality of the action in the fight.
Action should not be judged by technical quality.            
Stalling like lay and pray, cage grind, clinching for long periods without striking and refusing to engage should be awarded with low points.
Duration of fights that is not sufficient to determine the quantity or quality of action in the fight such as Conor 13 seconds KO win over Aldo should be awarded with 0 points           
2) Technical Variety           
Technical Variety criteria should be judged by technical quality in both offense and defense from both fighters           
“”Throwing technique out the window”” fights such as the brawl between Don Frye vs Takayama should be awarded with 1 point.
“”1 technique un-countered”” fights such as JDS body jab fest over ben rothwell should be awarded with 1 point.”           
Technical Variety is to be judged in every department,  fights that didn’t go to the ground or fights that only stay on the feet are still eligible to be awarded the full 3 points.           
Duration of fights that is not sufficient to determine the technical variety in the fight such as Conor 13 seconds KO win over Aldo should be awarded with 0 points           
3) Competitiveness           
An easy guide would be:            
a 10-8 round should be awarded 0-1 points           
a 10-9 round should be awarded 1-2 points           
Rounds that are hard or near impossible to score according to mma judging should be awarded 3 points           
Duration of fights that is not sufficient to determine the competitiveness of the fight such as Conor 13 seconds KO win over Aldo should be awarded with 0 points           
4) Shock value aka The Ronda Rousey Shock Meter           
Shock Value is defined by expectations vs result and the reference to Ronda Rousey during her title reign would be a perfect example           
There would be zero shock value if Ronda wins with an armbar but it would definitely be shocking if Ronda loses via an armbar           
Shock Value should also be awarded for special or unique moments(inclusive of momentum change) in the particular round and it is not restricted to fighting techniques, e.g Rory Lawler Epic Staredown           
Shock Value is given 6 points per round.           

The MMA Latest Fight Ratings system is still in its trial phase so feedbacks and criticism are welcomed.

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Felice Herrig vs. Karolina Kowalkiewicz in the works for UFC 223



UFC 223 looks to add a variety of intriguing bouts. With Paul Felder vs. Al Iaquinta reportedly set for the unannounced UFC 223 card, the promotion looks to add a high stakes female flyweight match-up. According to, sources confirmed a bout between Felice Herrig and Karolina Kowalkiewicz, is in the works for the pay-per-view card.


Assuming the match-up does come to be, both women have much to gain from a victory. For Herrig, she currently sits on a four-fight win streak. A streak in which the strawweight contender defeated Kailin Curran, Alexa Grasso, Justine Kish, and Cortney Casey. The MMA veteran, Herrig, began fighting professionally in 2009. As of late, her issues with the marketing machine that is the UFC have intensified.

After demonstrating her technical prowess over Justine Kish at UFC Fight Night 122: Chiesa vs. Lee, Herrig put her emotions on display. She stated at the post-fight media scrum, “Sometimes, I feel like, I’m not young and beautiful enough for the UFC to want to promote me. And it’s sad because I’ve really worked so hard to be here and it’s hard to see these people who’ve not been through what I’ve been through. Who just got into the UFC at the right time. They’re getting all these opportunities and I see how hard I work to get here and it’s just like, it doesn’t matter. I just feel like, ‘I’m not pretty enough and I’m not getting any younger'”.

A frustrated Felice Herrig then spoke to in December. She claimed, “Aside from (former UFC women’s strawweight champ) Joanna (Jedrzejczyk), I’m the only strawweight who’s gone on a four-fight winning streak. That’s a fact. At this point, I want to fight someone in the top 10. It doesn’t really make sense for me to keep fighting girls that are ranked below me. That’s the whole point. If I want to keep working my way up. I fight the most dangerous girls outside the top 10”. The #9 ranked women’s flyweight has a point. In her UFC career, she recorded one loss in six appearances. Yet, she has one co-main event booking, while fighters like Michelle Waterson, booked the main event in her second UFC bout. In Waterson’s third bout, she received a co-main event scheduling. Understandably, Felice Herrig is upset with her situation.

Later in her interview, Herrig brought up Kowalkiewicz as a potential next opponent. “For whatever reason, I really want to fight Karolina. I just think that would be an exciting fight… Stylistically, I really like that fight. She’s ranked above (me), and it may be a good gauge for me,” she stated. Right now, it looks like Herrig is close to getting what she wants.

Kowalkiewicz last fought in her native country of Poland on the UFC Fight Pass card, UFC Fight Night 118: Cowboy vs. Till, in October. The Polish star defeated Jody Esquibel, after losing consecutive contests to former UFC female strawweight champion, Joanna Jedrzejcyk and Claudia Gadelha, respectively.

A win for either makes a good case for the next or an eventual title challenger. Kowalkiewicz holds a victory over current division champion, Rose Namajunas. While a win for Herrig would further establish her impressive win streak and undoubtedly give her the boost in the rankings she deserves.

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Douglas Lima found out about change to co-main event at Bellator 192 from the internet



Bellator 192 fight card has gone through a shake-up over the past week. Bellator president Scott Coker revealed last week that the scheduled welterweight title fight between Rory MacDonald and champion Douglas Lima will now be serving as the co-main event and the heavyweight matchup between Chael Sonnen and Rampage Jackson would instead take top billing. At the time no explanation was made for the change. Monday Douglas Lima was a guest on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani to discuss this change.

“I was little bummed, but it is what it is, it’s business you know. I was pretty excited you know? Being the main event, having Rampage fight as the co-main event, I was happy there. Then I was bummed out that they changed it back to the co-main event. It’s not going to change a thing for me, I’m just focusing on the fight.”

Lima has been notoriously looked over in the eyes of fight fans. A longtime member of Bellator and a two-time champion has not gotten the notice he deserves and hopes to get.

“I found out through the internet, nobody tells me anything, I didn’t know. the same thing happened in New York, I thought my fight would be before the two main events there, but it ended up being the first fight of the night on Pay-Per-View. Hopefully, it doesn’t take anything away from the fight, you know spotlight and stuff.”

Lima is looking to make all the naysayers take notice at Bellator 192 that takes place at The Forum in Inglewood, Califonia on January 20th.

“This is the fight I’ve been waiting for for a long time. To get my name out there, to get people to know who I am. I’ve been delivering a lot of good fights, fights fans like to watch but no attention yet. I’m hoping though that after a win over Rory this week it will really put my name out there and show all these welterweights out there that I am for real.”

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Al Iaquinta vs. Paul Felder rescheduled for UFC 223 in April



MMA fans around the world wept in deep sorrow when Al Iaquinta withdrew from a bout scheduled for UFC 218 against Paul Felder. Weep no more, for Paul Felder faces Al Iaquinta at UFC 223. Rumblings behind the match-up, first reported by, came Sunday night before confirmed the bout scheduled for unannounced pay-per-view card, later in the evening.


The original bout fell through due to a severe knee injury to Iaquinta. He spoke to BJ Penn Radio about the injury nearly a week before the December 2nd, PPV event in Detriot. The Long Island real estate agent claimed, “I tore my PCL and my MCL maybe three or four months ago… for me to really put in a full training camp and do what I need to do, I would’ve had to just focus on fighting and physical therapy… it was the kind of thing where all roads led to me not kind of taking a risk and fighting on December 2nd”.

Iaquinta went on to say, “I kind of accepted the fight, but I never signed a bout agreement… I was kind of told I had to give them an answer pretty quick. It was a fight I thought I really wanted. I thought it was a good stylistic match-up for me, so I accepted the fight, and then thinking about it over the course of a day, we realized it probably wasn’t a smart decision for my health, for everything”.

An outspoken lightweight, he is not the first of his kind. Al Iaquinta is no stranger to idly waiting on the sideline for the UFC to make a move. Contract disputes and other bad strokes of luck left the Serra-Longo with three octagon appearances since 2015. The feud between Iaquinta and the promotion comes as a surprise when looking at the credentials of the aforementioned fighter. With an octagon record of 8-2, he earned notoriety as one of the best lightweights in the world. During his time in the UFC, he defeated Kevin Lee, Ross Pearson, Joe Lauzon, Jorge Masvidal, and most recently Diego Sanchez.

His opponent, “The Irish Dragon”, Paul Felder, holds an impressive UFC record of his own. At 7-3, Felder defeated tough competition as well. His record notes wins over Daron Cruickshank, Jason Saggo, Stevie Ray, and Charles Oliveira. Even more impressive than his record, his knockout ratio. At this stage of his career, Felder knockouts 55% of his opponents (10 knockouts in 18 career pro bouts).

Like his opponent Iaquinta, Paul Felder has a separate career outside of fighting. As many should notice, Felder found a role as a color commentator with the promotion he fights for. Following the footsteps in a long line of fighters before him, Felder announced multiple events alongside another new addition to the UFC broadcast team, Brendan Fitzgerald.

PPV card, UFC 223 and its location are not official yet. Despite a lack of an announcement, the event takes place in Brooklyn, New York at the Barclays Centre, according to multiple reports. Currently, the card features no official bouts. Reports state Felice Herrig vs. Karolina Kowalkiewicz (per Jim Edwards), and Evan Dunham vs. Mairbek Taisumov (per Farah Hannoun) are both in the works for UFC 223.

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