JEREMY Miado flew the flag high in the undercard of ONE Conquest of Champions as he beat Peng Xue Wen of China on Friday at the Mall of Asia Arena.
The 25-year old slugger dominated Peng from the get-go and gave the wrestler no room to operate. He finished the job 35 seconds into the second round when he conected on a thunderous right uppercut before pouncing on his hapless foe.
Miado improved to 8-3 as Peng, 22, fell to 3-5.
His compatriot Rocky Bactol, however, wasn't as fortunate as he dropped his ONE main card debut, falling to Japanese foe Akihiro Fujisawa late in the third round of their flyweight contest.
Bactol lost via TKO due to punches as Fujisawa used his superior wrestling skills to finish off his fellow ONE Warriors Series alumnus at the 4:40 mark of the third round.
The 19-year old Filipino started out guns ablaze, tagging his Japanese foe with slick combinations which he packaged with excellent takedown defense.
Fujisawa's experience though prevailed as he wore out Bactol with takedown after takedown to eventually get the finish and improve to 5-0. Bactol fell to 1-1.
In the curtain raiser, Indonesian Rudy Agustian did just enough to come away with a unanimous decision victory over Asraful Islam.