MMA

  • EV TING EDGES KAMAL SHALORUS IN MAIN EVENT OF ONE: THRONE OF TIGERS

    10 February 2017 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: The largest sports media property in Asian history, ONE Championship™ (ONE), has once again electrified the capacity crowd at the Stadium Negara in Kuala Lumpur with another exciting evening of world-class mixed martial arts. The absolute best in local and international mixed martial arts stars took the ONE Championship cage by storm, delighting fans in Malaysia with non-stop action. In the main event, Ev “E.T” Ting emerged victorious over Kamal “Prince of Persia” Shalorus to win by split decision in a high-octane catchweight encounter.

  • EV TING HEADLINES ONE: THRONE OF TIGERS AGAINST KAMAL SHALORUS

    09 January 2017 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: The largest sports media property in Asian history, ONE Championship™ (ONE), has just announced its return to Malaysia in 2017 with another spectacular evening of world-class mixed martial arts (MMA) action. ONE: THRONE OF TIGERS is set to electrify the Stadium Negara once again on 10 February. In the main event, hometown hero Ev “E.T.” Ting will take on lightweight veteran Kamal Shalorus.

  • EV TING OUTLASTS ROB LISITA TO WIN BY UNANIMOUS DECISION

    2 September 2016 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: The largest sports media property in Asian history, ONE Championship™ (ONE), electrified the Stadium Negara once more with another spectacular showcase of world-class mixed martial arts action. ONE: UNBREAKABLE WARRIORS featured eight Malaysian MMA superstars defending their home turf in front of a packed crowd cheering them on.

  • Eye injury derails Georges St-Pierre’s UFC return

    Georges St-Pierre finally revealed the reason for the delay of his UFC return.

    After announcing Georges St-Pierre’s Octagon return against Michael Bisping in March, the UFC decided to scrap the fight earlier this month. According to UFC president Dana White, it was because St-Pierre would only be available to fight around November.

  • Filipino fighter Jimmy Yabo guns for spectacular finish at ONE: LIGHT OF A NATION

    After falling short in two of his ONE Championship outings last year, Filipino fighter Jimmy “The Silencer” Yabo seeks to start his 2017 campaign on a high note as he is set to take on an outstanding grappling prodigy.

    Yabo will test his mettle against Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu ace Bruno Pucci on the undercard of ONE: LIGHT OF A NATION, which takes place at the Thuwunna Indoor Stadium in Yangon, Myanmar on 30 June.

  • Filipino MMA fighter Lausa wins in UFC debut

    DECORATED local combat sports fighter Jenel “The Demolition Man” Lausa made a successful debut at the Ultimate Fighting Championship yesterday, beating opponent Yao “The Conqueror” Zhikui by unanimous decision in their three-round preliminary flyweight contest at “UFC Fight Night 101” in Melbourne, Australia.

    Fighting in the first of his four-fight deal with the UFC, 28-year-old Lausa did not disappoint in his maiden outing in the world’s biggest mixed martial arts organization as he dominated his opponent from start to finish en route to the UD (unanimous decision) win, 30-27, 30-27 and 30-27, in the opening fight of the UFC event at Rod Laver Arena.

  • Five MMA athletes to watch on the undercard of ONE: THRONE OF TIGERS

    ONE Championship, which is widely considered as the frontrunner of mixed martial arts (MMA) in the Asian region, is set to electrify the 12,000-seater Stadium Negara in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia once again by holding ONE: THRONE OF TIGERS on Friday, 10 February.

    Looking to keep that big ball of momentum going generated by the recent card in Jakarta, Indonesia, the blockbuster live event will feature the absolute best in local and international MMA talent, accentuating a tremendous main event bout between hometown hero Ev “E.T.” Ting and lightweight veteran Kamal Shalorus.

  • Floyd Mayweather on Conor McGregor match: ‘We’re gonna have another superfight’

    Floyd Mayweather is getting more and more positive about a potential boxing match with Conor McGregor.

    Now that Conor McGregor has apparently signed his side of the deal for a boxing match with legend Floyd Mayweather, everyone is asking Floyd about the status of his side of things. Over the weekend Mayweather was in the UK for his protege Gervonta Davis’ bout with Liam Walsh, and was quizzed about it at every turn.

  • Floyd Mayweather will be sparring with a UFC fighter in preparation for Conor McGregor fight

    UFC lightweight Kevin Lee will now be helping emulate Conor McGregor in sparring sessions with Mayweather.

    While a contract has yet to be signed between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor for a much anticipated boxing showdown, both fighters have begun making preparations for the now seemingly inevitable superfight. One of the wildcard questions surrounding the fight is what exactly Conor McGregor will bring with him to the ring, which makes him somewhat difficult to prepare for. But Floyd is still doing what he can to find bodies to spar against that may be similar to the Irish UFC star.

  • Floyd Mayweather: I remember when Dana White used to hang around me and ‘carry my bags’

    Floyd Mayweather issues another response to Dana White’s $25 million offer to fight Conor McGregor.

    Last week, Dana White offered Floyd Mayweather a sum of $25 million to fight Conor McGregor in a boxing match. Floyd Jr. simply laughed off the offer, calling the UFC president a “f----ng comedian.”

    On Saturday night, the retired undefeated boxer was at the Badou Jack-James DeGale fight, where he was showing support for the former, who was signed under Mayweather Promotions. Speaking to Fight Hype backstage, Mayweather explained further why the $25 million offer that was presented to him would not be enough.

  • Floyd Mayweather: I think Conor McGregor fight will happen, but ‘we’ll just wait and see’

    Floyd Mayweather was in England to support his fighter, Gervonta Davis, but he was inevitably asked about fighting Conor McGregor.

    After Gervonta Davis (18-0, 17 KOs) stopped Liam Walsh (21-1, 14 KOs) in England to successfully defend his IBF junior lightweight (130 lbs) title, BT Sport seized the opportunity to interview Davis’ promoter, Floyd Mayweather (49-0, 26 KOs), and of course he was asked about getting back into the ring to fight UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor. While Mayweather didn’t provide an answer to reporters when the topic of McGregor was brought up on Thursday, he did offer up something different on Saturday.

  • FOLAYANG AND TING FACE-OFF IN MANILA

    28 March 2017 – Manila, Philippines: The largest sports media property in Asian history, ONE Championship™ (ONE), in conjunction with Predator gaming laptops, recently held an Exclusive Media Day for ONE: KINGS OF DESTINY, featuring main event combatants ONE Lightweight World Champion Eduard “Landslide” Folayang of Baguio City, Philippines, and challenger Ev “E.T.” Ting of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The two fighters faced off in front of the media at the Top of the Citi Restaurant in Citibank Tower on Tuesday, 28 March, in Manila.

  • Former boxing champ Ricardo Mayorga calls out Conor McGregor for mixed rules bout

    Ricardo Mayorga vs Conor McGregor? Looks like everyone just wants to get paid.

    In the age of superfights and crossover appeal, we’ve seen a rise in fighters clamoring for fights that will net them bigger paydays via pay-per-view revenue.

  • Former UFC star Chael Sonnen signs with Bellator MMA

    Chael Sonnen has been hinting at a return to MMA for quite some time, and while he will be returning to competition, it won’t be in the UFC. The Associated Press’ Greg Beacham reported on Thursday night that Sonnen has signed a multi-fight deal with Bellator MMA.

  • Frank Mir open to facing Jon Jones in grappling match

    Frank Mir would like to compete in Submission Underground, possibly against Jon Jones.

    Frank Mir is coming off a first-round knockout defeat to Mark Hunt last March. With that loss marking his second consecutive one so far and also facing a long suspension, the former heavyweight champion has been forced to contemplate his future and has some second thoughts about his professional fighting career.

  • Frank Mir still likes Brock Lesnar trilogy: ‘It makes a lot more sense than some other fights’

    Back in April of last year, when Frank Mir was notified that he had been flagged by USADA for a drug test failure, one thought seemed to spring to the forefront: Retirement. For the then 36-year-old heavyweight, who started his career way back in 2001, a potential two years away from active competition seemed like a surefire career killer.

    "That was probably my last time fighting," Mir said.... "I don't see any other way around it. Age is catching up to me now. I'm not gonna get any younger in the next two years,” Mir said, when faced with the possibility of suspension.

  • Frankie Edgar vs. Jeremy Stephens, 4 more fights confirmed for UFC 205

    The UFC 205 card in New York is slowly but surely coming together with the full card set to be announced in just a few days.

    The latest matchup added to the historic card at Madison Square Garden is a featherweight matchup between Frankie Edgar and Jeremy Stephens.

  • Frankie Edgar’s head coach on McGregor’s boxing: Mayweather ‘might not realize how fast Conor is’

    Count Mark Henry, coach to fighters like Frankie Edgar and Edson Barboza, among those who give Conor McGregor a real shot against Floyd Mayweather.

    Since the idea of Conor McGregor vs. Floyd Mayweather was first floated as a possibility, there have been no shortage of fans, fighters, and pundits quick to throw shade at the competitiveness of the matchup. Mayweather, a multiple time world champion boxer, undefeated through 49 pro bouts, taking on a man in Conor McGregor who, for all his combat skills, has never boxed professionally in his life. 49-0 against 0-0 doesn’t exactly scream ‘close fight’.

  • Garbrandt to Dillashaw: If you get beat by Mighty Mouse, I will never fight you

    UFC bantamweight champion Cody Garbrandt has been removed from the UFC 213 card, and is out indefinitely due to a back injury. His challenger T.J. Dillashaw, in turn, wasted no time in getting himself a new opponent, calling out flyweight champion and top pound-for-pound fighter Demetrious Johnson.

    Mighty Mouse seems uninterested in facing Dillashaw, but if the fight does happen, Garbrandt wants in on the action. On Monday’s episode of The MMA Hour, he laid down his own stipulation for his former Team Alpha Male comrade.

  • Gegard Mousasi unleashes on 'cry baby' Conor McGregor

    Gegard Mousasi got into a Twitter battle with Conor McGregor recently

    At the UFC 204 post fight press conference, Gegard Mousasi took aim at several fighters during his question and answer period and even took a shot at featherweight champion Conor McGregor.