ONE In The Media

  • Manila Standard

    ANGELA Lee hopes to cement her claim as the face of women’s MMA in Asia when she defends her crown against unbeaten Jenny Huang at ONE: Warrior Kingdom March 11 at the Impact Arena in Bangkok, Thailand. Lee spent the past two years building her reputation in the mixed martial arts world becoming the inaugural ONE Women’s Atomweight World Champion.
  • Taipei Times

    Undefeated Taiwanese mixed martial artist Jenny Huang is to challenge women’s atomweight world champion Angela “Unstoppable” Lee for her title at the “ONE: Warrior Kingdom” event in Bangkok on March 11. Huang, 26, with a professional mixed martial arts record of five wins and no losses, crosses paths with the 20-year-old champion in the main event at the 12,000-capacity Impact Arena.
  • South China Morning Post

    There is a reassuring normalcy about Angela Lee. Fresh and buoyant, athletic and photogenic, she walks through your world in a pleasant and unthreatening manner. Sporting the standard millennial fitness uniform, workout tights with a loose fitting training top, she could easily pass for a modern day yoga or Pilates junkie. But then she snaps on a pair of open finger grappling gloves and everything changes.
  • The Star Online

    STUDENTS from SMK Sultan Abdul Samad received a once-in-a-lifetime chance to train with ONE Championship mixed-martial arts (MMA) athletes through a community initiative spearheaded by Caltex Havoline.

    MANILA – Former strawweight title contender Joshua Pacio has been lined up for another tough fight this March in Bangkok, Thailand. Pacio, a member of the famed Team Lakay, will be pitted against former strawweight champion and 3-time Lumpinee Stadium Muay Thai king Dejdamrong Sor Amnuaysirichoke on March 11 in "ONE: Warrior Kingdom."
  • Fox Sports Asia

    As Pacquiao’s curtain call looms, ONE Championship chairman Chatri Sityodtong sees Filipino mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter Eduard Folayang as the perfect successor of the 38-year-old pugilist from the South Cotabato suburb of General Santos.
  • Deal Street Asia

    Sports entertainment brands are emerging as compelling investments for both individual and institutional investors given the rising middle class in Asia. ONE Championship, which closed an investment from Heliconia Capital Management, a unit of Singapore’s state investment fund Temasek Holdings, seeks to create a pan-Asian sports entertainment property centred around the rich tradition of martial arts in the entire region.