- 37-7 MMA Record
- 4 Fight Win Streak
- Notable Wins: Mike Pyle, John Alessio, Melvin Manhoef
- 10-1-2 MMA Record
- Won 7 of Last 8 Fights
- Notable Wins: Phil Baroni
March 14th, 2014
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
OneFC officials announced today that former WEC and UFC veteran, Brock Larson, will meet Nobutatsu Suzuki to crown the promotion’s first welterweight champion. Other bouts scheduled for the card include a great match-up between bantamweight prospects Kevin Belingon and Dae Hwan Kim, as well as a flyweight bout between Yasuhiro Urushitani and Adriano Moraes.
Brock Larson gets a shot at his first world title on the heels of a current four-fight win streak, including decision wins over Eduardo Pamplona and Melvin Manhoef. Larson fought four times for the UFC in 2009, going 2-2 during that stretch, earning wins over Jesse Sanders and Mike Pyle.
36-year old, Nobutatsu Suzuki holds an impressive 10-1-2 record in his eight-year mixed martial arts career. He suffered his first professional loss in December of 2012, following a submission loss to Keita Nakamura at a Vale Tudo Japan event. Suzuki rebounded last May with a first round TKO victory over Phil Baroni in his OneFC debut.
- Brock Larson (37-7) vs Nobutatsu Suzuki (10-1-2)
- Kevin Belingon (12-3) vs Dae Hwan Kim (9-0-1)
- Adriano Moraes (9-1) vs Yasuhiro Urushitani (21-6-6)
- Sherilyn Lim (1-0) vs Ann Osman (0-1)
- Peter Davis (7-3) vs TBD