ONE Championship returns to the Impact Arena in Bangkok for one of the promotion’s biggest shows of the year, ONE 167.

The event may have lost its original main event due to an injury suffered by Stamp Fairtex but the card is still stacked with some of the biggest names in the promotion.

In the main event, Tawanchai defends his ONE featherweight Muay Thai world championship against Jo Nattawut in a rematch.

The two Thai strikers last met back at ONE Fight Night 15 in a kickboxing bout that went right down to the wire with Tawanchai getting his hand raised but they are now set to run it back in Muay Thai where the champion has been dominant.

Co-main event billing goes to arguably the biggest star in the promotion as Rodtang Jitmuangnon returns for his first appearance of the year.

“The Iron Man” will be making the switch to kickboxing for this bout as he takes on Denis Puric who has had plenty to say about his opponent ahead of this fight.

For MMA fans, there’s plenty to get excited about on this card with two debuts in particular being worth tuning in for.

The youngest of the Lee siblings, Adrian Lee will make his pro debut on this card as he takes on Antonio Mammarella.

He will be looking to follow in the footsteps of both his older brother and sister Christian and Victoria who have won gold in ONE Championship as well as honouring the memory of his late sister Victoria.

Elsewhere, ONE lightweight submission grappling world champion Kade Ruotolo makes the long awaited switch over to MMA when he faces Blake Cooper in his pro debut.

The jiu-jitsu phenom is certainly one to watch but don’t expect his fights to last very long if they hit the ground.

Speaking of submission grappling, flyweight champion Mikey Musumeci is also in action as he moves up to bantamweight to take on the last man to defeat him, Gabriel Sousa.

Alongside the top two fights, there’s some great match-ups for striking fans as Liam “The Hitman” Harrison makes his long awaited return from injury against Katsuki Kitano and Japanese star Masaaki Noiri comes in for his ONE debut against Thai legend Sitthichai.

All the action inside the Impact Arena is set to kick off for UK fans on Friday night into the early hours of Saturday morning via Sky Sports.