ONE In The Media

  • Today Online

    SINGAPORE – Get set for an electrifying night of Mixed-Martial Arts (MMA) action this Friday (May 26) when Asia’s top promotion ONE Championship rolls into town with ONE: Dynasty of Heroes. Headlining an exciting card at the 12,000-seater Singapore Indoor Stadium will be the much-anticipated five-round women’s atomweight championship clash between Singapore’s very own Angela “Unstoppable” Lee and Brazilian contender Istela Nunes.
  • International Business Times

    ONE Championship CEO International Victor Cui has revealed why the Asian MMA promotion is not interested in UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor. The Irishman is arguably the biggest combat star in the world today but many eyebrows were raised when ONE chairman and CEO Chatri Sityodtong said the Singapore-based promotion would never put an offer in front of McGregor.
  • Yahoo Sports

    SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Mixed martial arts may have started as a male-dominated sport, but women have grappled their way to the upper echelons of MMA and will only gain more popularity in the coming years, undefeated champion Angela Lee said.
  • ABS-CBN

    MANILA — Angela “Unstoppable” Lee is set to square off with Brazil’s Istela Nunes in the main event of ONE: Dynasty of Heroes, which takes place at Singapore Indoor Stadium on May 26. Lee, a Canadian who resides in Singapore, made history in May 2016 when she captured the inaugural atomweight title with a victory over Japan's Mei Yamaguchi.
  • ABS-CBN

    MANILA, Philippines – American mixed martial artist Ben "Funky" Askren is brimming with confidence ahead of his much-awaited return to the ONE Championship cage on May 26, where he will defend his welterweight title against Agilan "The Alligator" Thani of Malaysia.
  • Daily Mail

    SINGAPORE, May 18 (Reuters) - Mixed martial arts may have started as a male-dominated sport, but women have grappled their way to the upper echelons of MMA and will only gain more popularity in the coming years, undefeated champion Angela Lee said.