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How To Watch ONE: AGE OF DRAGONS – Ennahachi Vs. Wang

This Saturday, 16 November, ONE Championship returns to the Chinese capital with a colossal martial arts showcase topped by a pair of ONE Super Series World Championship bouts.

The world’s largest martial arts organization brings ONE: AGE OF DRAGONS to the Cadillac Arena in Beijing, China, and it will be a night packed with historic title matches, exciting returns, and noteworthy debuts.

In the headline attraction, ONE Flyweight Kickboxing World Champion Ilias Ennahachi defends his belt against longtime foe “Metal Storm” Wang Wenfeng. It will be the third time these two men have faced each other, and this rubber match will decide the king of the division.

Also, in the co-main event, Tarik “The Tank” Khbabez meets his old rival Roman Kryklia. The winner will become the first-ever ONE Light Heavyweight Kickboxing World Champion.

This spectacle will also feature the return of “The Hero” Yodsanklai IWE Fairtex, the debut of wrestling superstar Ritu “The Indian Tigress” Phogat, and more world-class athletes.

There are several ways fans all around the world can watch ONE: AGE OF DRAGONS live.

The event will broadcast to over 140 countries across the globe on various different mediums, and fans can watch the action unfold on their television sets, their tablets, their computers, and their mobile devices.

As always, the preliminary card can be viewed on ONE’s official Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube accounts, as well as the ONE Super App.

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

United States

The preliminary card begins on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and the ONE Super App at 4:00am Eastern Standard Time (EST)/1:00am Pacific Standard Time (PST).

To watch the main card, switch to B/R Live at 5:30am EST/2:30am PST.

Also, TNT will air a one-hour highlights show at 1:00am EST on Sunday, 17 November (or for those of you on the west coast, 10:00pm PST later that Saturday, 16 November).

Japan

The preliminary card starts on Abema TV at 6:00pm Japan Standard Time (JST).

To watch the main card, tune-in to Abema TV at 7:30pm JST.

Korea

The preliminary card begins on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and the ONE Super App at 6:00pm Korea Standard Time (KST).

To watch the main card, go to JTBC 3 FOX Sports or IB Sports at 7:30pm KST.

India

The preliminary card starts at 2:30pm India Standard Time (IST) on Hotstar and Star Sports Select 2.

To watch the main card, tune-in to Hotstar or Star Sports Select 2 at 4:00pm IST.

Indonesia

The preliminary card begins on Vidio.com and MAXStream at 4:00pm Western Indonesia Time (WIB).

To watch the main card, tune-in to Vidio.com or MAXStream at 5:30pm WIB.

Also, SCTV will air the event on a same-day delay at 11:30pm WIB.

Malaysia

The preliminary card starts on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and the ONE Super App at 5:00pm Malaysia Time (MYT).

To watch the main card, head Astro SuperSport 3 or RTM HD Sports at 6:30pm MYT.

Myanmar

The preliminary card begins on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and the ONE Super App at 3:30pm Myanmar Time (MMT).

To watch the main card, head to Skynet Sports 3 or MNTV at 5:00pm MMT.

The Philippines

The prelims start on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and the ONE Super App at 5:00pm Philippine Standard Time (PHT).

To watch the main card, tune-in to Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, or the ONE Super App at 6:30pm PHT.

Also, ABS-CBN S+A will show the main card on a same-day delay at 11:00pm PHT.

Singapore

The preliminary card begins on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and the ONE Super App at 5:00pm Singapore Standard Time (SGT).

To watch the main card, tune-in to Toggle at 6:30pm SGT.

Also, Channel 5 will show a special delay of ONE: AGE OF DRAGONS at 12:00am SGT on Sunday, 17 November.

Thailand

The preliminary card starts on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, the ONE Super App, and AIS PLAY at 4:00pm Indochina Time (ICT).

To watch the main card at 5:30pm ICT, stay on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, the ONE Super App, or AIS PLAY.

Also, Thairath will air the event on delay at 10:15pm ICT.

Vietnam

The preliminary card begins on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and the ONE Super App at 4:00pm ICT.

To watch the main card, tune-in to HTV The Thao at 5:30pm ICT.

Last, But Certainly Not Least

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

Main Card

Ilias Ennahachi vs. Wang Wenfeng (ONE Flyweight Kickboxing World Title)

Tarik Khbabez  vs. Roman Kryklia (ONE Light Heavyweight Kickboxing World TItle)

Yodsanklai IWE Fairtex vs. Jamal Yusupov (ONE Super Series Muay Thai — catch weight of 73 kilograms)

Meng Bo vs. Laura Ballin (mixed martial arts — women’s atomweight)

Miao Li Tao vs. Jeremy Miado (mixed martial arts — strawweight)

Ritu Phogat vs. Nam Hee Kim (mixed martial arts — women’s atomweight)

Preliminary Card

Jorina Baars vs. Christina Breuer (ONE Super Series kickboxing — featherweight)

Tang Kai vs. Edward Kelly (mixed martial arts — featherweight)

Yusup Saadulaev vs. Daichi Takenaka (mixed martial arts — bantamweight)

Enriko Kehl vs. Armen Petrosyan (ONE Super Series kickboxing — catch weight of 73 kilograms)

Hexigetu vs. Ramon Gonzales (mixed martial arts — strawweight)