On September 24, One Championship: Revolution is going to take place in Singapore Indoor Stadium. The headlining of the event is going to be a welterweight title bout between Christian Lee and Rae Took Ok.
Christian Lee great mix martial artist. He is only 23 years old, but he already holds the One FC lightweight title. He is a KO artist, but he also has a black belt in Brazilian Jujitsu.
He made his professional debut in One FC in 2015. Since then, he made himself one of the most spectacular finishers of the promotion. In 2019, he defeated Japanese legend Shinya Aoki and became the youngest male mix martial arts world champion.
He also defeated Saygid Guseyn at One: Century Part 1, and became ONE lightweight world Grand Prix champion.
“The Warrior” has 15 victories and 3 defeats. 10 out of 15 victories are via KO/TKO, and 4 via submissions. He is on 6 winning streaks, and the last time he won at One Championship: One on TNT 2.
The challenger for the title is going to be Rae Yoon OK, from South Korea. He made his One FC debut in 2021, and already earned 2 victories. The last time he fought against former Bellator, One FC, and UFC lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez. It was a very close fight, but Rae managed to drop Eddie several times and defend most of his takedown attempts.
Both fighters have identical records, with 15 victories and 3 defeats. Despite the big gap between the age, there is no difference between their experience. Nevertheless, both fighters already managed to earn some serious victories in their career against tough opponents.
Lee should defeat his rival. Both fighters are really good at striking, but Lee can always find the way to his rival’s chin. In addition, Rae Yoon Ok has a good takedown defense, but Lee will have a significant advantage on the ground since he has a black belt in BJJ and more submission victories. We think that Lee will finish his rival via KO or submission; also, Ok has a perfect chin and great defense on the ground. The fact that Ok is fighting as N2 inside the cage, and Lee loves to control the center; Lee should earn a unanimous decision victory because of the pressure he will put on his rival.