Indonesian wrestling standout Elipitua
will collide with Robin Catalan in a three-round
strawweight clash as part of the One
Championship 157
undercard on Friday at Singapore Indoor
Stadium in Kallang, Singapore. Precious little room for error
exists in One
at 125 pounds.

Siregar has lost two of his past three bouts after a promising 3-0
start to his career. The Bali MMA export last competed at One
Championship “Heavy Hitters,” where Senzo Ikeda
cut him down with a punch to the body in the third round of their
Jan. 14 pairing. Catalan, meanwhile, has alternated wins and losses
in each of his past five outings. He last fought on Jan. 22, when
he submitted to a rear-naked choke from Ryuto
in the third round of their One Championship
“Unbreakable 3” encounter.

As Siregar and Catalan pore over the remaining details associated
with their forthcoming confrontation, a look at some of the numbers
that have accompanied them to this point:

26: Years of age for Siregar, who was born on
April 4, 1996 in Medan, Indonesia.

3: Siregar wins by submission, accounting for 75%
of his career total (four). All three resulted in rear-naked
chokes. Siregar owns one other win by knockout or technical
knockout, having put away Phat Soda
with first-round punches and elbows at One Championship “Beyond the
Horizon” in September 2018.

4: Countries in which Siregar has competed as a
mixed martial artist. He has gone 3-0 in his native Indonesia, 1-0
in China, 0-1 in Singapore and 0-1 in Thailand.

120: Seconds needed for Siregar to submit Eka
with a rear-naked choke at One Championship “Dawn of
Valor” on Oct. 25, 2019. Having occurred more than two years ago,
it remains his fastest finish to date.

19: Combined victories between the two
opponents—Ikeda and Pengshuai
—who have beaten Siregar. They sport a cumulative .613
winning percentage (19-11-1).

31: Years of age for Catalan, who was born in
Santa Barbara, Philippines, on Aug. 10, 1990.

3: Catalan victories by knockout or technical
knockout, accounting for 30% of his career total (10). His list of
victims: Gustavo
, Ignacio
and Enrico Salva. Catalan holds three other victories
by submission, three more by decision and another by

7: Organizations in which Catalan has plied his
mixed martial arts trade. He has gone 5-5 in One Championship, 0-2
in Pacific Xtreme Combat, 1-0 in Boracay Beatdown, 1-0 in Sambo
Combat Championship, 1-0 in Sambo Ultimate Fighting Championship,
1-0 in Submission Sport Fight Club and 1-0 in Mindanao Ultimate
Mixed Martial Arts.

15: Professional rounds completed by Catalan since
he arrived on the MMA scene in 2012. He has gone the distance on
three different occasions and carries a perfect 3-0 record in those

.710: Cumulative winning percentage between the
seven opponents—Sawada, Pongsiri
, Hayato
Dejdamrong Sor Amnuaysirichoke
, Alex Silva,
and Rambaa
—who have defeated Catalan. They boast a combined record
of 93-35-3.