ONE Championship to hold 12 further MMA events in 2021

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Aung La N Sang (upper position) tries to choke his rival Reineir De Ridder at ONE Inside the Matrix event in Singapore on 30 October, 2020. Photo: Aung La N Sang’s FB

ONE Championship, which organizes MMA martial arts competitions in Asia, is planning to hold 12 more tournaments between July and December, according to the ONE Championship source.
The ONE Championship has been holding competitions this year, but due to the COVID-19 epidemic, only 12 events have been held, from January to May, including an event which was held previously in this month.
As pandemic rates rise again in Asia, the fighting organization has postponed and cancelled some of the competitions scheduled for the end of May and this month.
According to the ONE Championship, the next competitions will be held on 9 and 30 July. 13 and 27 August, 3 and 24 September, 8 and 29 October,12 and 26 November and 10, 31 December.
The organization will announce the trailer and fixtures within a month before the start of the competition.
Myanmar MMA Fighters Aung La N Sang and Tial Thang also took part in the previous fights of the ONE Championship. Aung La has lost both of his Championship belt in the recent fights but Tial Thang could maintain his best moment with the win over Paul Lumini at the Unbreakable III event of ONE Championship in Singapore on 5 February.
After losing ONE middleweight and light heavyweight title belts, Aung La N Sang is set to challenge for the Middleweight title later this year, with at least one more bout for the Burmese Python to come this year. —GNLM

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