Three new Chinese superstars are ready to run wild on the global stage.
Qiu, who is considered the top super featherweight kickboxer on the planet, is riding a 17-bout winning streak.
The multiple-time Kickboxing World Champion recently took a break from competition to pursue a Master’s Degree in Sports Marketing at Loughborough University in London, England.
But now that he has completed his program, the 31-year-old is eager to resume his kickboxing career in ONE Super Series and become the first man from his country to win ONE World Title gold.
“I am very honored to join ONE Championship, the world’s largest martial arts organization. I am excited to take my professional fighting career to the next level,” he says.
“Right now, Xiong Jing Nan is the only Chinese ONE World Champion, but that will soon change. I want to make history as the first-ever male ONE World Champion from China.”
Qiu will officially compete in the ONE Super Series bantamweight kickboxing division, which is currently ruled by its reigning World Champion Capitan Petchyindee Academy.
Joining Qiu in the world’s largest martial arts organization is Banma, who kicked off his professional mixed martial arts career with a 12-bout winning streak.
The 23-year-old strawweight is also known for his starring role in the 2018 Chinese boxing movie “The Golden Belt.”
In addition to those two names, Zhang will look to begin his charge toward the ONE Lightweight World Title.
The 31-year-old veteran became the “The Ultimate Fighter: China” Champion and went on to compete in some of the biggest mixed martial arts promotions around the globe.
All three men will make their ONE debuts soon, so stay tuned to ONEFC.com for more details.