Mixed Martial Arts

Singapore vs South Korea: Amir Khan, Dae Sung Park fight at ‘ONE: Collision Course 2’

Amir Khan, Yuji Shimada, Dae Sung Park (©ONE Championship)

Amir Khan, Yuji Shimada, Dae Sung Park (©ONE Championship)

“Crazy Dog” Dae Sung Park, 27, of South Korea was one of the winners at “ONE: Collision Course 2,” the last ONE Championship event in 2020. It was the Korean mixed martial artist’s fourth victory in the Singapore-based martial arts promotion.

Park is training at Team Macho in Ansan, South Korea. He is a ONE Warrior Series alum.

Featuring four MMA fights and two Muay Thai contests, “ONE: Collision Course 2” took place place at the Singapore Indoor Stadium in Kallang, Singapore and broadcast in the evening of December 25, 2020. It was pre-recorded with a limited audience in attendance due to the new coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

In the third bout of the evening, Park fought Amir Khan, 26, of Singapore in an MMA bout in the lightweight division. Yuji Shimada served as the referee.

After three five-minute rounds, the lightweight contest was left in the hands of the judges. In the end, Shimada raised the hand of Park, who was declared the winner via split decision.


Winning at “ONE: Collision Course 2” improved the professional MMA record of Park to 11 wins, 2 losses, 0 draw and 1 No Contest. The Korean MMA fighter is now riding a five-bout winning streak.

On the other hand, Khan to 13 wins and 8 losses. “ONE: Collision Course 2” marked his 19th outing in ONE Championship.

Khan is training at Evolve MMA in Singapore. He stands 180 cm while Park is 178 cm tall.

Nine countries were represented at “ONE: Collision Course 2” namely Algeria, Brazil, China, France, Japan, Kazakhstan, Russia, Singapore and South Korea. Khan solely represented the host country while Park was one of the two representatives of South Korea.

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