It was a historic evening last Sunday, 13 October, as the iconic Ryogoku Kokugikan once again played host to the world’s greatest martial arts talents. Live from Tokyo, Japan, ONE: CENTURY 世紀 featured two full-scale World Championship events, with both Part I and Part II drawing a massive crowd of passionate martial arts fans.
In the main event of Part I, reigning ONE Women’s Atomweight World Champion “Unstoppable” Angela Lee retained her World Title, submitting challenger and ONE Women’s Strawweight World Champion “The Panda” Xiong Jing Nan with a rear naked choke.
In the main event of Part II, reigning ONE Light Heavyweight World Champion “The Burmese Python” Aung La N Sang put together a spectacular performance, finishing ONE Heavyweight World Champion Brandon “The Truth” Vera in the second round to retain his World Title.
Relive all the action and excitement of ONE: CENTURY 世紀 here.
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About ONE Championship™
ONE Championship (ONE) is the largest global sports media property in Asian history, and the largest producer of millennial live sports content in Asia. Headquartered in Singapore, ONE is the Home of Martial Arts, and is the world’s largest martial arts organization, hosting bouts across all styles of martial arts such as Muay Thai, Kickboxing, Karate, Kung Fu, Silat, Sanda, Lethwei, Mixed Martial Arts, Tae Kwon Do, Submission Grappling, and more. ONE hosts the biggest sports entertainment events across Asia, featuring some of the world’s best martial artists and world champions on the largest global media broadcast in Asia. ONE Esports, a subsidiary of ONE Championship, runs Asia’s largest global esports Championship Series with some of the biggest blockbuster game titles in the world. In addition to its digital platforms, ONE Championship broadcasts to over 2.6 billion potential viewers across 140+ countries with some of the largest global broadcasters, including Fox Sports, ABS-CBN, Astro, ClaroSports, Startimes, Thairath TV, Skynet, Mediacorp, Great Sports, Tencent, Star TV, Mediaset Italia, ProSiebenSat.1, Dubai Sports, Turner Sports, and more.