STEPHEN Loman earned the biggest victory of his career, taking down former One bantamweight champion Bibiano Fernandes by unanimous decision on Saturday at One Fight Night 4 in Singapore.
The No. 5-ranked bet from Team Lakay was the clear aggressor in all three rounds and save for an early scare after Fernandes dropped him with a right hand early in round two, was impressive all throughout the match, punishing the former titleholder with his strikes while also scoring big takedowns.
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It was the 27-year-old's third straight win since joining One Championship last year, improving his record to 17-2.
Fernandes, on the other hand, suffered his second defeat of the year to sink to 24-6.
Unfortunately, Kevin Belingon could not end his losing streak as he suffered a first-round technical knockout loss to Kim Jae Woong.
Kim connected on a left hook and went on a a ground and pound, getting the win at the 2:33 mark of the first round.
Belingon suffered his fifth straight defeat to fall to 20-10, while Kim improved to 13-7.