Anissa Meksen will no longer be fighting on Saturday’s ONE Championship Fight Night 6 card in Bangkok. The French-Algerian striker was set to meet Thai MMA star Stamp Fairtex in a special rules clash on the event’s main card, but after failing to appear for Thursday’s pre-fight weight and hydration tests, has been removed from the line-up altogether. “Anissa meksen has missed the weight and hydration testing window and therefore will not fight at ONE Fight Night 6,” senior director of competition Ric Auty said after the official window closed at 11pm local time. It is not clear why Meksen did not show up. The Post was later told that officials are looking to match Stamp up with a late-notice replacement for what would still be a mixed rules fight, alternating between Muay Thai and MMA. While Meksen’s fight with Stamp was the only real casualty of Thursday’s weigh-ins and hydration tests, two other fighters missed their contracted weights for the card. Muay Thai champion Rodtang Jitmuangnon, who was set to meet China’s Jiduo Yibu in a flyweight kickboxing bout on the main card, missed the division’s limit by a pound and a half. ONE plans Victoria Lee tribute, will ‘honour her legacy forever’ The Thai’s fight with Yibu will now proceed at a 136-pound catchweight, per Auty. Belarus’ Ekaterina Vandaryeva also missed her mark for the card, coming in a half-pound heavy for her strawweight Muay Thai rematch with Thailand’s Supergirl Jaroonsak. Their fight is also expected to proceed as a catchweight, but the new weight has not yet been agreed. All the other fighters on the bill passed their pre-fight tests, including featherweight kickboxing champion Superbon Singha Mawynn, who is set to defend his belt against Chingiz Allazov in the main event. Allazov gave fans a scare by failing his first two hydration tests, but ultimately passed on his third try, then made weight to make the fight official. American BJJ black belt Mikey Musumeci is also set to defend his flyweight submission grappling title against Mongolia’s Gantumur Bayanduuren after both men made weight. Former two-division MMA champion Aung La N Sang and his opponent Gilberto Galvao passed their pre-fight tests too. Get caught up on all of Thursday’s weigh-in drama here.