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Thai billionaire confirmed to take Asia's biggest MMA award to Vietnam

Thai billionaire confirmed to take Asia's biggest MMA award to Vietnam

ONE Championship Chatri Sityodtong president confirmed that Vietnam will become the next stop of Asia's biggest MMA tournament.

In September of this year, fans of the opposing sport could freely watch the matches belonging to the ONE Championship system in Vietnam. The intense competition between boxers in MMA, Muay Thai, kick-boxing ... will take place in Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam. Talking to the press on the morning of June 12th, Thai billionaire Chatri Sityodtong said this was the right time for Asia's biggest MMA tournament to enter the Vietnamese market.

Over the years, the ONE Championship has taken place in many Southeast Asian countries, and received a huge fan base. According to the Chairman of the tournament, Vietnam is a country with a long history of martial arts and many potential martial artists such as Martin Nguyen, Bi Nguyen and Tran Quang Loc ... So Thai billionaire Chatri Sityodtong believes in the near future, there will be a pure Vietnamese champion winning the One Championship playground. 

Sharing about the plan to develop the tournament in Vietnam, the Thai billionaire revealed after Ho Chi Minh City, the ONE Championship will also expand the event to many other cities. With martial arts events taking place in September, Mr. Chatri Sityodtong believes martial arts fans will experience great feelings.

Thai billionaire confirmed to take Asias biggest MMA award to Vietnam

Billionaire Chatri Sityodtong shared: "We not only aim to promote martial arts but also want to promote the country and people here to world friends. ONE Championship wants to show the greatness of the world. Vietnam The ONE Championship will hold its first event in Vietnam on September 6 with the name ONE Immortal Triumph. Currently, we are not able to share much information, everything can be revealed later 1 month".

Finally, the Chairman of Chatri said he would respect the rules set by the countries in general and Vietnam in particular. Therefore, Asia's biggest MMA tournament will not bring too many changes in the way of organizing and competing when coming to Vietnam.