PINOY warriors Adonis Sevilleno and Carlos Alvarez are both seeing action tonight, April 21, 2023 in the undercard of ONE Friday Fights 13 at the historic Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.

Sevilleno attempts for his first win in the ONE Championship cage as he faces Road to ONE: Mongolia Season 1 winner Enkh-Orgil Baatarkhuu.

The 29-year-old Sevilleno is looking for his first win in the ONE Championship cage after losing his organizational debut. He fought fellow Pinoy Drex Zamboanga in his ONE debut on Dec. 3, 2022, and lost by unanimous decision in Singapore.

After a rough start to his pro MMA career, in which he lost two out of three fights, Baatarkhuu has been nothing but stellar. He won his last six fights, including two in the Road to ONE: Mongolia tournament to earn him a $100,000 ONE Championship contract. He scored a second round rear-naked choke submission win over Bayarjargal Tsendoo to earn a trip to the finals and then impressively knocked out Bat-Ochir Batsaikhan with one punch to win the reality series.

Sevilleno is 2-3, while Baatarkhuu is 7-2.

Meanwhile, Alvarez, the brother-in-law of former ONE flyweight champion Geje Eustaquio, is up against Iranian Reza Abasi in the same event.

The 24-year-old Alvarez, who trains out of the dreaded Team Lakay, will make his debut in the ONE Championship against Abasi.

Alvarez is just new to the pro ranks and won his debut with a first round standing guillotine choke of John Farnican in 2019.

Abasi, on the other hand, is also relatively new to the pro ranks and made his debut in 2021 with a first round armbar submission of Bilal Jalal. He suffered his first career defeat in his next fight following a unanimous decision loss to Michael Diega-Scheck last year.

Alvarez is 1-0, while Abasi is 1-1.

The main event of ONE Friday Fights 13 features a flyweight Muay Thai contest between Lumpinee Stadium Muay Thai champion Batman Or Atchariya (65-21-2) and Paidang Kiatsongrit (96-26-2).

Rambolek Chor Ajalaboon (61-12-3) is up against Chinese Zhang Chenglong (49-18-1) in the main supporting bout.