ONE In The Media

  • ABS-CBN

    MANILA – Team Lakay’s Kevin “The Silencer” Belingon has revenge on his mind ahead of his cage fight against Finland’s Toni “Dynamite” Tauru. Tauru defeated Belingon’s teammate Geje Eustaquio last December, using a rear naked choke to snuff out “Gravity.” Belingon is confident that Tauru will have an even match this time when they meet at the Mall of Asia Arena on April 21 in the undercard of ONE: Kings of Destiny.
  • Yahoo Sports

    Angela Lee giggles the sort of laugh you’d expect to hear from a shy college student who is too polite to say something that could come off as boastful. But while she’s just two years removed from high school, the 20-year-old Hawaiian also happens to be a butt-kicker of the highest order, the youngest mixed martial arts world champion for a major promotion in the sport’s history.
  • Astro Awani

    KUALA LUMPUR: Three Malaysian mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters will be battling their opponents this April at ONE Championship's 'Kings Of Destiny' in Manila, Philippines. The event's highlight will feature local MMA hero, Ev Ting making his first title shot against ONE lightweight world champion, Eduard Folayang.
  • CNN Philippines

    Metro Manila (CNN Philippines) — ONE Championship revealed on Monday the thrilling bouts for Kings of Destiny scheduled for April 21 at the Mall of Asia Arena. Hometown champion Eduard Folayang headlines the event and will defend his title for the first time against Malaysian Ev Ting in the lightweight division. Kevin Belingon, another local hero, will lock horns with Finland's Toni Tauru in the bantamweight class.
  • ABS-CBN

    MANILA, Philippines – Aside from Eduard "Landslide" Folayang, several other Filipino mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters will also see action in the ONE: Kings of Destiny fight card on April 21 at the Mall of Asia Arena. Folayang is making the first defense of his ONE lightweight world title against Malaysia's Ev "E.T." Ting in the main event, but before "Landslide" fights in front of his compatriots again, fight fans in Manila will first get a glimpse of some of the rising stars of Filipino MMA.
  • The New Paper

    On May 22, 2015, she entered the ring at the Singapore Indoor Stadium as a bright-eyed teenager, eager to launch her mixed martial arts (MMA) career. The following May, Angela Lee walked into the cage a nervous contender, facing Japan's Mei Yamaguchi in a battle for the inaugural ONE Championship atomweight world title. Two months from now, Lee, 20, will return to the 12,000-seater venue a confident world champion, to meet "probably my toughest opponent yet".
  • Khmer Times

    ONE Championship, Asia’s largest Mixed Martial Arts Promotion, has announced a blockbuster main event for Singapore-hosted ONE: Dynasty of Heroes in May. Women’s Atomweight World Champion Angela Lee, fresh from a successful first title defense in March, will put her title on the line once again when she takes on Istela Nunes of Brazil in the main event.
  • The Straits Times

    One Championship's Angela Lee wanted to defend her atomweight title "multiple times" this year - and now she will be getting her wish. Mixed martial arts (MMA) promoter One Championship announced yesterday that Lee will face Brazilian Istela Nunes at its Singapore event, dubbed One: Dynasty of Heroes, on May 26. The event will be held at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.