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How To Watch ONE: A NEW TOMORROW

ONE Championship is ready to kick off its 2020 calendar of events in style.

This coming Friday, 10 January, the world’s largest martial arts organization will return to the Impact Arena in Bangkok, Thailand for ONE: A NEW TOMORROW.

In the main event, ONE Flyweight Muay Thai World Champion Rodtang “The Iron Man” Jitmuangnon defends his belt against Jonathan “The General” Haggerty in a rematch from their August 2019 blockbuster.

Also, in the co-main event, two-sport ONE World Champion Stamp Fairtex continues her climb towards three-sport World Title glory. This time, she faces Indian Wushu Champion Puja “The Cyclone” Tomar in a mixed martial arts bout.

There are several ways fans all across the globe can watch ONE: A NEW TOMORROW live.

The event will broadcast to over 140 countries around the world on various different mediums, and fans can see the action on their television sets, their tablets, their computers, and their mobile devices.

As always, the show can be viewed on ONE’s official Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube accounts, as well as the ONE Super App. However, viewing options differ from country to country.

For a detailed breakdown, check below to see how you can watch the action live in your country.

United States

The prime card begins on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and the ONE Super App at 6:30am Eastern Standard Time (EST)/3:30am Pacific Standard Time (PST).

For the main card, switch to B/R Live at 8:30am EST/5:30am PST.

Japan

AbemaTV will air the lead card at 7:30pm Japan Standard Time (JST).

The prime card begins on AbemaTV at 8:30pm JST.

To watch the main card, tune-in to AbemaTV at 10:30pm JST.

Korea

The prime card gets underway on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and the ONE Super App at 8:30pm Korea Standard Time (KST).

To watch the main card, tune-in to IB Sports at 10:30pm KST.

Finally, ONE: A NEW TOMORROW will air on delay this coming Tuesday, 14 January at 7:00pm KST on JTBC.

India

The prime card begins on Hotstar and Star Sports Select 2 at 5:00pm India Standard Time (IST).

To watch the main card, tune-in to Hotstar or Star Sports Select 2 at 7:00pm IST.

Indonesia

The lead card begins on Vidio.com and MAXStream at 5:30pm Western Indonesia Time (WIB).

This will be followed by the prime card, which starts on Vidio.com and MAXStream at 6:30pm WIB.

To watch the main card, tune-in to Vidio.com or MAXStream at 8:30pm WIB.

Also, SCTV will air the event later in the evening at 11:30pm WIB.

Malaysia

The prime card begins on Astro SuperSport 2 at 7:30pm Malaysia Time (MYT).

To watch the main card, tune-in to RTM Sports, TV 2, or Astro SuperSport 2 at 9:30pm MYT.

Myanmar

The prime card begins on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and the ONE Super App at 6:00pm Myanmar Time (MMT).

To watch the main card, tune-in to Skynet or MNTV at 8:00pm MMT.

The Philippines

The prime card begins on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and the ONE Super App at 7:30pm Philippine Standard Time (PHT).

To watch the main card, tune-in to ABS-CBN S+A at 9:30pm PHT.

Singapore

The prime card starts on Toggle at 7:30pm Singapore Standard Time (SGT).

To watch the main card, tune-in to Toggle at 9:30pm SGT.

Also, Channel 5 will cut-in to the live broadcast at 10:00pm SGT.

Thailand

To check out the lead card, tune-in to AIS Play at 5:30pm Indochina Time (ICT).

The prime card begins on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, the ONE Super App, and AIS PLAY at 6:30pm ICT.

To watch the main card, tune-in to YouTube, the ONE Super App, or AIS PLAY at 8:30pm ICT.

Also, Thairath TV32 will air the main card on a one-hour delay at 9:30pm ICT.

Vietnam

The prime card starts on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and the ONE Super App at 6:30pm ICT.

To watch the main card, tune-in to HTV The Thao at 8:30pm ICT.

Last, But Not Least

ONE: A NEW TOMORROW can be streamed live in its entirety on ONE’s YouTube channel and the ONE Super App (some regions excluded).

*Note: the lead card will be aired on select digital channels only. However, the full bouts and highlights from the lead card will be available for your viewing pleasure later on ONEFC.com. To read about the results in real-time, check out our live blog.

Main Card

Rodtang Jitmuangnon vs. Jonathan Haggerty (ONE Flyweight Muay Thai World Championship)

Stamp Fairtex vs. Puja Tomar (mixed martial arts — women’s atomweight)

Sangmanee Sathian MuayThai vs. Kenta Yamada (ONE Super Series Muay Thai — bantamweight)

Thanh Le vs. Ryogo Takahashi (mixed martial arts — featherweight)

Liam Harrison vs. Mohammed Bin Mahmoud (ONE Super Series Muay Thai — bantamweight)

Prime Card

Muangthai P.K. Saenchaimuaythaigym vs. Brice Delval (ONE Super Series Muay Thai — bantamweight)

Raimond Magomedaliev vs. Joey Pierotti (mixed martial arts — welterweight)

Victor Pinto vs. Adam Noi (ONE Super Series kickboxing — bantamweight)

Ma Jia Wen vs. Shinechagtga Zoltsetseg (mixed martial arts — featherweight)

Han Zi Hao vs. Mehdi Zatout (ONE Super Series Muay Thai — bantamweight)

Lead Card

Maira Mazar vs. Ayaka Miura (mixed martial arts — women’s strawweight)

Yohan Mulia Legowo vs. Roel Rosauro (mixed martial arts — featherweight)