Vaughn Donayre out to end slump, Rene Catalan eyes win streak in ONE Jakarta card
Vaughn Donayre takes on Dutch-Indonesian fighter Vincent Latoe in the ONE: Quest for Power fight card in Jakarta on January 14. Reuben Terrado

RENE Catalan and Vaughn Donayre return to the ONE Championship cage as they fight separate opponents in the ONE: Quest For Power on January 14 at the Jakarta Convention Center.

Catalan faces hometown bet Adrian Matheis in his fourth bout in the promotion, while Donayre takes on Dutch-Indonesian fighter Vincent Latoel as part of the fight card that has Vitaly Bigdash defending his ONE middleweight world title against Marcin Prachnio.

Catalan, a former wushu gold medalist in the 2006 Asian Games, looks to get another win in the flyweight division after beating Zhang You Liang in ONE: Unbreakable Warriors last September, his first victory as an MMA fighter after four fights.

Donayre, meanwhile, is coming off a loss to Amir Khan in ONE: Defending Honor last November in Singapore in a lightweight fight when he tapped out from Khan’s rear-naked choke. It was the Dubai-based Filipino’s sixth loss in 14 fights.

In the main event, Bigdash (8-0) will make his first title defense after winning the belt last October 2015 with a technical knockout over Igor Svirid. He will face Prachnio, who has a 12-2 MMA record and on a seven-bout winning streak including five TKOs.

Prachnio is also unbeaten in ONE fights.

“2017 is shaping up to be a phenomenal year for ONE Championship. We have an exciting lineup of world-class events all across iconic cities in Asia, and we are thrilled to kick things off in Jakarta,” said ONE CEO Victor Cui.

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