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ONE Championship to hold two live fights at Singapore Indoor Stadium in December

The events will be limited to 250 spectators each, with tickets priced at $188.

Phoon Jia Hui
Phoon Jia Hui

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Published: 24 November 2020, 9:17 AM

Mixed martial arts (MMA) fans in Singapore can look forward to two live events in the month of December, with ONE:Big Bang and ONE: Collision Course set to take place on Dec 4 and Dec 18 respectively. 

Both events will be broadcast live from the Singapore Indoor Stadium and will see up to 250 paid spectators in attendance. To qualify for admission, patrons are required to undergo the Antigen Rapid Test (ART) on event day and produce a valid negative ART certificate.

These shows continue ONE’s partnership with the Singapore Government to pilot the return of live international sports production. 

‘Superfan’ ticket packages are priced at $188 each and they come with premium socially distanced seating as well as exclusive merchandise worth over $80. 

Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased here

In Big Bang, Ukraine’s Roman Kryklia will look to defend his title against Dutch-Turkish counterpart Murat Aygun in a light heavyweight kickboxing world championship contest.

Five other bouts have been scheduled too. One of such will see Kairat Akhmetov of Kazakhstan come up against the Philippines’ Danny Kingad in a clash between flyweight title contenders. 

The lineup for ONE:Collision Course, which will see Thailand’s Nong-O come up against countryman Rodlek P.K.. PHOTO CREDIT: ONE CHAMPIONSHIP 

 

Also a six-bout contest, Collision Course will see a title defence happening. 

Reigning Bantamweight Muay Thai World Champion Nong-O Gaiyanghadao from Thailand will have the opportunity to defend his crown when he takes on compatriot Rodlek P K Saenchai Muaythaigym. 

Other highlights include the return of Singaporean fighter Amir Khan as he takes on South Korea’s Park Dae Sung in a lightweight MMA clash. Former champion Marat Gafurov of Russia will lock horns with the undefeated America’s Lowen Tynanes in another lightweight fight.


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