ONE CHAMPIONSHIP

  • TWO WORLD TITLE FIGHTS SET FOR ONE: DEFENDING HONOR IN SINGAPORE ON 11 NOVEMBER

    SHINYA AOKI DEFENDS ONE LIGHTWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP AGAINST EDUARD FOLAYANG

    MARAT GAFUROV DEFENDS ONE FEATHERWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP AGAINST NARANTUNGALAG JADAMBAA

  • Vietnamese pride Martin Nguyen driven to knockout Folayang

    by Elishah Pangilinan

    “This match is going to be stopped,” he guaranteed. “I would love for it to be a KO, but I see it as a submission or a TKO , of course.” said  Martin “The Situ-Asian” Nguyen

    The 28-year-old Vietnamese-Australian standout knocked out the previously unbeaten Marat “Cobra” Gafurov last August.

  • VITALY BIGDASH FACES AUNG LA N SANG IN HIGHLY-ANTICIPATED REMATCH AT ONE: LIGHT OF A NATION

    30 May 2017 – Yangon, Myanmar: The largest sports media property in Asian history, ONE Championship™ (ONE), returns to Yangon, Myanmar on 30 June for another blockbuster evening of world-class, authentic martial arts action. The Thuwunna Indoor Stadium is set to play host to ONE: LIGHT OF A NATION, featuring ONE Middleweight World Champion Vitaly Bigdash, who will defend his title against hometown hero “The Burmese Python” Aung La N Sang in the main event.

  • VITALY BIGDASH TO DEFEND ONE MIDDLEWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP AGAINST AUNG LA N SANG

    MARCIN PRACHNIO OUT OF MAIN EVENT DUE TO INJURY

    COMPLETE FIGHT CARD SET FOR ONE: QUEST FOR POWER

    03 January 2017 – Jakarta, Indonesia: The largest sports media property in Asian history, ONE Championship™ (ONE), has just announced that middleweight contender Marcin Prachnio has suffered an injury and is out of ONE: QUEST FOR POWER.

  • WORLD CHAMPION & GOLD MEDALIST MICHAEL PHELPS TO ATTEND ONE: UNSTOPPABLE DREAMS AS SPECIAL GUEST

    10 May 2018 – Singapore: The largest global sports media property in Asian history, ONE Championship™ (ONE), has just announced that multiple-time gold medalist Michael Phelps of the United States will attend the event ONE: UNSTOPPABLE DREAMS, set for 18 May at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.

  • World renowned martial arts coach George Castro coming to the Philippines

    Former professional mixed martial artist turned fight coach, George Castro, is set to arrive in Manila the first week of January to make good on Brandon Vera’s promise to bring the world-famous Alliance MMA gym to Philippine shores.

    Castro, who has worked with Vera for the past four years, previously served as the strength and conditioning coach at Alliance MMA in San Diego, California.

    “The plan is to bring a new style -- my style of training -- to the Philippines. I want to go everywhere and show everybody what I know and spread my knowledge,” said Castro. “Asia has a bunch of tough fighters with a lot of heart, especially in the Philippines.”

  • Xiong Jing Nan sees picture-perfect Father’s Day moment by retaining world title

    Following an impressive win this past January, newly-crowned strawweight queen “The Panda” Xiong Jing Nan has emerged as one of the biggest martial arts superstars in the world.

  • Yoshitaka Naito has no plans of wasting opportunity to reclaim gold in Jakarta

    After grotesquely relinquishing his possession of the ONE Strawweight World Championship this past December, Yoshitaka “Nobita” Naito has been handed a golden opportunity to win back the gold-plated strap that he once called his and against the only man to ever defeat him.

    The 34-year-old native of Matsudo, Japan has been granted a rematch against newly-minted division kingpin Alex “Little Rock” Silva in the main event of ONE: GRIT AND GLORY, which takes place at the Jakarta Convention Center on 12 May.

  • Zebaztian Kadestam credits international exposure to four-year stint in PH

    ONE Championship welterweight contender Zebaztian “The Bandit” Kadestam might have been born and raised in Stockholm, Sweden, but he found his second home 5,792 miles away from his birthplace.

    With a professional record of nine wins and three losses, Kadestam believes that the well-established mixed martial arts scene in the Philippines played a pivotal role in his career and to where he is presently.