ONE In The Media

  • ABS-CBN

    Roy “The Dominator” Doliguez hopes to get a breakthrough win when he steps inside the cage in ONE: Total Victory at Jakarta Convention Center in Indonesia on Saturday night. The former strawweight title contender was once considered one of the brightest prospects in his division, but he hasn't lived up to the hype.
  • ABS-CBN

    Welterweight champion Ben “Funky” Askren will step inside the cage for the last time when he tackles Japanese grappler Shinya Aoki in ONE Championship’s biggest card this year. Askren, unbeaten in 18 pro MMA fights, will appear together with the “Tobikan Judan” (grand master of flying submissions) in the co-main event of ONE: Immortal Pursuit in Singapore on November 24.
  • The New Paper

    Last May, mixed-martial arts (MMA) golden girl Angela Lee beat Mei Yamaguchi to become the youngest female world champion in the sport's history at the age of 19. Come Nov 24, at the ONE Championship: Immortal Pursuit event, the two fighters will square off once more at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.
  • The Straits Times

    Angela Lee and Mei Yamaguchi have promised their mixed martial arts (MMA) fans that their eagerly anticipated title rematch later this year will be one for the ages. The pair fought in May last year, with Lee defeating the Japanese via unanimous decision after five rigorous rounds to claim the inaugural One Championship atomweight title at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.
  • Jakarta Globe

    Jakarta. Indonesian mixed martial arts fighter Adrian "Papuan Badboy" Matheis is determined to bounce back after three consecutive defeats in this year's ONE Championship, which will return to Jakarta on Saturday (16/09). Adrian will face Cambodian kickboxing fighter Phat Soda at Jakarta Convention Center in a bout dubbed 'Total Victory."
  • Khmer Times

    Three Cambodian mixed martial artists will look to score famous victories as they enter the cage at ONE Championship: Total Victory tomorrow at the Jakarta Convention Centre in Indonesia.
  • Today

    SINGAPORE — Based on her recent declarations, one might get the impression that ONE Championship’s Women’s Atomweight world champion Angela Lee has become a little too cocksure of her abilities after becoming the world’s youngest ever mixed martial arts (MMA) world champion.