Representing Vietnam and Australia, Uyen Ha, 22, was one of the winners at “Rich Franklin’s ONE Warriors Series” Season 7. It was her second bout in the ONE Championship subsidiary headed by mixed martial arts veteran Rich “Ace” Franklin, 44, of the United States.
ONE Championship held “ONE Warrior Series 7” in Singapore on August 6, 2019 featuring one Muay Thai contest and 14 professional MMA matches. In the fifth bout of the evening, Ha competed in an MMA match in the women’s atomweight division against Neha Kashyap, 24, of India with Isaac Yap as the referee.
Yap put a stop to the strawweight contest after 2 minutes and 30 seconds in the second round when Ha knocked out Kashyap. The Vietnamese-Australian fighter is now riding a two-bout winning streak.
Winning at “ONE Warrior Series 7” improved the professional MMA record of Ha to 2 wins and 0 loss. She is training out of Tiger Muay Thai and MMA Training Camp in Phuket, Thailand.
On the other hand, Kashyap now has 1 win and 2 losses. She is representing Team Prime Time.
“ONE Warrior Series 7” marked Ha’s second consecutive ONE Warrior Series win. When she made her debut at “ONE Warrior Series 3” on October 11, 2018, she knocked out Edilah “Ilah” Johany, 26, of Malaysia in the second round.
Including Australia, India and Vietnam, 16 countries were represented at “ONE Warrior Series 7.” The others were Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Malaysia, Myanmar, Northern Ireland, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand and the U.S.
Ha was one of the three representatives of Australia and one of the two representatives of Vietnam. Caitlin McEwen, 22, and Joseph Luciano, 27, also represented Austalia while Anthony Do also represented Vietnam.
Two fighters represented India including Kashyap. The other one was Raghvendra Singh, 28.
Check all the official results of “ONE Warrior Series 7” on Conan Daily. Watch all the 15 bouts here: