How To Watch ONE: CENTURY PART II – Aung La N Sang Vs. Vera
After igniting the world with the most exciting martial arts action over the past eight years, ONE Championship has finally arrived at its historic 100th event.
This event is so big and monumental, it has been divided into two parts.
The world’s largest martial arts organization will broadcast ONE: CENTURY PART II live from the Ryogoku Kokugikan in Tokyo, Japan on Sunday, 13 October.
In the main event of the double-header’s second installment, two-division ONE World Champion Aung La “The Burmese Python” N Sang defends his light heavyweight belt against ONE Heavyweight World Champion Brandon “The Truth” Vera.
Also, the ONE Bantamweight World Title will be defended, the ONE Flyweight Muay Thai World Title will be up for grabs, and the million-dollar ONE Featherweight Kickboxing World Grand Prix Championship Final will be decided.
There are multiple ways fans all around the world can watch ONE: CENTURY PART II live.
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 event live in your home country.
For Those Living In The United States
The preliminary card will begin on B/R Live at 4:00am Eastern Standard Time (EST)/1:00am Pacific Standard Time (PST).
Stay tuned to B/R Live to watch the main card, which begins at 6:30am EST/3:30am PST.
For Those Living In Japan
The preliminary card starts on AbemaTV at 5:00pm Japan Standard Time (JST).
Once the prelims are over, stay on AbemaTV for the main card. That begins at 7:30pm JST. Also, TV Tokyo will cut-in to the live broadcast at 9:54pm JST.
Finally, you can purchase a ticket and head to the Ryogoku Kokugikan to witness the spectacle in person.
For Those Living In India
Watch the preliminary card on Hotstar and Star Sports Select 1 at 1:30pm India Standard Time (IST).
The main card will follow on those two networks at 4:00pm IST, so don’t change the channel.
For Those Living In Indonesia
The preliminary card starts on Vidio.com and MAXStream at 3:00pm Western Indonesian Time (WIB). Remain on Vidio.com or MAXStream for the main card, which begins at 5:30pm WIB.
Also, the event will air on SCTV at 10:30pm WIB later in the day.
Finally, the event will be streamed live in its entirety on ONE’s Indonesia Facebook page, as well as YouTube, beginning at 3:00pm WIB.
For Those Living In Malaysia
The preliminary card gets underway at 4:00pm Malaysia Time (MYT) on Astro Super Sports 2. All the main card action will continue on that channel, but RTM TV2 will cut-in to the live broadcast at 7:30pm MYT.
Also, the show will air via special delay on Astro Arena at 11:30pm MYT.
For Those Living In Myanmar
The preliminary card begins on Skynet Sports 3 at 2:30pm Myanmar Time (MMT).
This will be followed by the main card, which will broadcast live at 5:00pm MMT on MRTV Entertainment.
For Those Living In The Philippines
To catch the main card, tune in to ABS-CBN S+A or Cignal TV at 6:30pm Philippine Standard Time (PHT). TV5 will show the special delay live at 9:30pm PHT.
Before that, catch the preliminary card on ONE’s Facebook, Twitter, or YouTube at 4:00pm PHT.
For Those Living In Singapore
The preliminary card starts on Toggle at 4:00pm Singapore Standard Time (SGT). Once the prelims are over, remain on Toggle for the main card, which begins at 6:30pm SGT.
Also, the show will air Thursday, 17 October via special delay on CH 5 at 11:00pm SGT.
For Those Living In Thailand
All the action can be viewed on ONE’s Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, or AIS PLAY beginning with the preliminary card at 3:00pm Indochina Time (ICT).
However, Thairath TV32 will show the live action from 4:20pm ICT to 6:00pm ICT, and will have a delayed showing at 10:15pm ICT.
For Those Living In Vietnam
The preliminary card can be watched on ONE’s Facebook, Twitter, or YouTube at 3:00pm Indochina Time (ICT).
As for the main card, tune in to HTV The Thao at 5:30pm ICT.
For Those Living In Other Regions Around The World
View the event live on FITE in the following countries: Australia, Brazil, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, France, the Netherlands, Spain, Croatia, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Argentina, Mexico, South Africa, and Turkey (check FITE for start times in your respective country).
Last, But Certainly Not Least
ONE: CENTURY PART II can be streamed live in its entirety on ONE’s YouTube channel and the ONE Super App (some regions excluded).
(c) Aung La N Sang vs. Brandon Vera (ONE Light Heavyweight World Championship)
Shinya Aoki vs. Honorio Banario (mixed martial arts — lightweight)
(c) Bibiano Fernandes vs. Kevin Belingon (ONE Bantamweight World Championship)
(c) Rodtang Jitmuangnon vs. Walter Goncalves (ONE Flyweight Muay Thai World Championship)
Giorgio Petrosyan vs. Samy Sana (ONE Featherweight Kickboxing World Grand Prix Championship Final)
Mauro Cerilli vs. Arjan Bhullar (mixed martial arts — heavyweight)
Mei Yamaguchi vs. Jenny Huang (mixed martial arts — women’s atomweight)
Yosuke Saruta vs. Daichi Kitakata (Shooto World Champion vs. Pancrase World Champion — strawweight)
Shoko Sato vs. Rafael Silva (Shooto World Champion vs. Pancrase World Champion — bantamweight)
Hernani Perpetuo vs. Hiroyuki Tetsuka (Shooto World Champion vs. Pancrase World Champion — welterweight)
Koshi Matsumoto vs. Takasuke Kume (Shooto World Champion vs. Pancrase World Champion — lightweight)