ONE Championship recently launched its mobile application providing MMA fans access to the promotion’s live events and its library of digital content for free.
ONE In The Media
- Singapore. Asia's global sports media property ONE Championship on Monday (14/05) showcased its new mobile app and its upcoming event ONE: Unstoppable Dreams slated for this Friday at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.
- On Friday, May 18, the Singapore Indoor Stadium plays host to ONE: Unstoppable Dreams. The event will feature three world title matches, the return bout of former ONE World Lightweight Champion Eduard “Landslide” Folayang, and a ONE Super Series Kickboxing match between two Muay Thai legends who will make their debut in ONE.
- PETALING JAYA, May 14 — Singapore’s most famous martial artists Angela and Christian Lee are four days away from the biggest fight in their careers. The duo will be headlining ONE: Unstoppable Dreams this Friday to complete their childhood mission; to be mixed martial arts (MMA) first ever sibling world champions.
- The tight-knit bond of one family will take centre stage for One Championship's Unstoppable Dreams event at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Friday.
- ONE Championship, the Singapore-based mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion, has announced the launch of its new mobile over-the-top (OTT) app.
- SINGAPORE — Mixed martial arts (MMA) fans will now be able to watch their favourite One Championship fighters in action on their mobile devices free-of-charge with the launch of the new One Championship mobile application on Monday (May 14).
- ONE Championship fighters Angela and Christian Lee were present at Monday’s press event and outlined their goals for the upcoming Singapore show.
- SINGAPORE - Anticipation is mounting for what could be the most compelling fight night from One Championship yet, as the mixed martial arts promotion held a press conference at Marina Bay Sands on Monday (May 14) ahead of Friday's Unstoppable Dreams event.
- With her sunny smile and sun-kissed tan, Angela Lee could be mistaken for any carefree 21-year-old if you just glimpsed her out and about in Singapore. Except, of course, this young woman already has some formidable achievements under her belt—at age 19, she became the world’s youngest mixed martial arts (MMA) champion when she defeated Japan’s Mei Yamaguchi to win the One Championship women’s atomweight title, and subsequently defended that title successfully twice.