American blended martial arts legend Demetrious Johnson lauds the partnership between ONE Championship and Prime Video for taking high quality martial arts motion to extra folks in North America.
The multi-year settlement between the 2 teams was sealed early final 12 months and includes at the least 12 reside ONE occasions broadcast solely to Prime Video subscribers in america and Canada yearly.
On his MightyCast podcast, Demetrious Johnson gave props to ONE and Prime Video for making the linkup occur, giving extra followers the chance to catch high quality fight sports activities motion that includes prime athletes from completely different elements of the world with out costing them an excessive amount of.
The reigning ONE flyweight MMA world champion mentioned:
“Now, girls and gents, that is free to start with, you don’t received to pay 65, 95 or something of that shit proper now. In all probability by no means as a result of Amazon Prime is providing you with bangers totally free.”
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Demetrious Johnson headlined the primary ONE on Prime Video present in August final 12 months in Singapore, the place he knocked out Brazilian rival Adriano Moraes within the fourth spherical of their second encounter to develop into the brand new ONE flyweight king.
Then ‘Mighty Mouse’ was again once more to banner the tenth version of the ONE on Prime Video present in america in Might. He took on Moraes as soon as once more and wound up with a unanimous resolution victory to stay as the principle man in his division.
On September 29, the promotion will likely be holding ONE Combat Night time 14 on Prime Video on the Singapore Indoor Stadium.
The occasion will likely be bannered by high-stakes matches involving prime ladies fighters within the promotion, together with the interim ONE atomweight MMA world title struggle between Thai famous person Stamp Fairtex and South Korean veteran Ham Search engine optimisation Hee.
ONE Combat Night time 14 is out there reside and totally free to Prime Video subscribers in North America.