Muay Thai legend John Wayne Parr was gunning for the 100th and final win of his illustrious career at ONE X on Saturday night in Singapore, but things did not go the way he planned. Instead, the 45-year-old Australian “Gunslinger” lost a decision to the faster and more agile Eduard Folayang, a former ONE Championship lightweight champion in mixed martial arts. He had a few moments in the fight, but not enough to sway the judges. While Parr, who has also competed in boxing, kick-boxing and MMA, did not get the swan song he hoped for, he received a send-off befitting a hero from the crowd inside the Singapore Indoor Stadium, who rose from their seats for a standing ovation and did not quiet until he vanished down a causeway into the belly of the venue. Parr will ride off into the sunset with losses in his last four bouts, including a knockout loss to Dutch great Nieky Holzken in his ONE Championship debut in April if 2021. ONE X: Akimoto steals show in Singapore with kick-boxing title win Muay Thai records are notoriously difficult to verify, but the 45-year-old has competed in well over 130 fights. He will seemingly settle for 99 victories. For Folayang, the victory was sorely needed. The Filipino striker, who represents the famed Team Lakay gym in Baguio City, has lost his last four MMA contests, although three of those losses came by way of reasonably competitive decisions. He was non-committal on his future in ONE’s striking-only Super Series, but did not rule that possibility out either. Folayang was not the only Team Lakay fighter in action on the ONE X bill. Two of his teammates also competed on the card. First up, rising bantamweight contender Stephen Loman (16-2) picked up an impressive decision victory over Shoko Sato with a steady diet of takedowns. In victory, the former Brave CF champion is now 2-0 in ONE Championship, and right on the cusp of title contention in his division. Immediately after Loman’s victory, his stablemate Lido Adiwang (13-5) entered the Circle for a fight with countryman Jeremy Miado. Adiwang, a ranked contender at strawweight, had some success in round one, but was chopped down by a leg kick in the second for a TKO loss. It was his second setback in a row after a submission loss to Jared Brook late last year.