3 Reasons Why Singaporeans Must Watch ONE: CENTURY

3 Reasons Why Singaporeans Must Watch ONE: CENTURY

ONE Championship - October 11, 2019

History will be made in the world of martial arts on Sunday, 13 October.

The mega spectacle that is ONE: CENTURY will mark the promotion’s 100th live show.

A collection of athletes, superstars, and rising stars in combat sports will come together in celebration of this incredible occasion.

Here are three reasons why Singaporeans cannot afford to miss this iconic show at the Ryogoku Kokugikan in Tokyo, Japan.

#1 The Biggest Rematch In Women’s Mixed Martial Arts

There is no greater bout among female athletes than the second highly-anticipated meeting between “Unstoppable” Angela Lee and “The Panda” Xiong Jing Nan.

The last time these two women clashed, they delivered a performance for the ages. Both elite competitors pushed each other in an intense back-and forth contest before Xiong recovered from an incredible armbar submission attempt to score a fifth-round TKO.

Even though Lee suffered the first loss of her professional career, the Singaporean is ready to return the favor and deny “The Panda” her chance at becoming the first female two-division World Champion in ONE Championship.

If their previous contest is any indication, expect nothing short of fireworks in this rematch.

#2 Three World Grand Prix Championship Finals

The amount of action on display at ONE: CENTURY is mind-boggling.

In each of the three ONE World Grand Prix Championship Finals, a winner will be crowned.

Prepare to be blown away when the greatest pound-for-pound flyweight Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson takes on Filipino sensation Danny “The King” Kingad in the ONE Flyweight World Grand Prix Championship Final.

Things get even wilder as Singaporean phenom Christian “The Warrior” Lee and Turkish knockout king Saygid “Dagi” Guseyn Arslanaliev clash in the ONE Lightweight World Grand Prix Championship Final.

To top things off, in the ONE Featherweight Kickboxing World Grand Prix Championship Final, the US$1 million grand prize and title of the best kickboxer on the planet is up for grabs.

Italian-Armenian kickboxing legend Giorgio “The Doctor” Petrosyan squares off against Frenchman Samy “AK47” Sana in the blockbuster finale.

#3 Unprecedented Same Day Double-Header

It is remarkable how The Home Of Martial Arts is able to pack so many events into a single day.

To achieve this colossal feat, ONE Championship will head into unchartered territory by holding a double-header of World Championship events.

There will be 28 current or former World Champions competing on this blockbuster card, with athletes from all across the globe gathered in celebration of the single biggest day in martial arts history.

ONE: CENTURY PART I will kick off at 9am local time – which will be prime time on Saturday night in America – before ONE: CENTURY PART II arrives at 5pm in Tokyo for an entire evening of action.

The action happens at the famous Ryogoku Kokugikan on 13 October in Tokyo, Japan.

ONE: CENTURY PART I begins on Toggle at 8:00am Singapore Standard Time (SGT) on Sunday, 13 October. Once the prelims are over, Toggle airs the main card at 11:00am SGT.

Also, the show will air later in the evening via special delay on CH 5 at 11:00pm SGT.

ONE: CENTURY PART II starts on Toggle at 4:00pm Singapore Standard Time (SGT). Once the prelims are over, Toggle airs the main card at 6:30pm SGT.

Also, the show will air Thursday, 17 October via special delay on CH 5 at 11:00pm SGT.

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