ONE Championship: First Strike event to be launched on 15 October

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One of the greatest events of ONE Championship named “First Strike” will be held in Singapore on 15 October, ONE Championship officials said.
“In the main event, a new king will be crowned in the most stacked division in all of the combat sports, as Giorgio Petrosyan, widely considered the greatest kickboxer of all time, takes on Thai sensation Superbon for the inaugural ONE Featherweight Kickboxing World Championship.
“It’s simply the pinnacle of striking action. Mark your calendars, check your local listings, and download the ONE Super App now!”, ONE Championship officials added.
In the main event or ONE Featherweight Kickboxing World Title Fight, Giorgio Petrosyan will take on Superbon.
In the World Grand Prix quarterfinal, Marat Grigorian will face Andy Souwer.
In another World Grand Prix quarterfinal, Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong will fight with Tayfun Ozcan. In the Heavyweight Kickboxing bout, Rade Opacic will fight against Patrick Schmid.
ONE: First Strike will be broadcast to more than 150 countries, and fans can watch via television, tablet, computer, or mobile device.
Fans from Myanmar could enjoy the event live on Skynet Channel at 7 pm Myanmar Standard Time (MST) on Friday, 15 October.
The full event stream will be available on ONE’s YouTube channel and the ONE Super App beginning at 8:30 pm Singapore Standard Time (SST).
Also, the first two bouts will be streamed on ONE’s Facebook page. — GNLM

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