ONE Championship will make its first trip to Ho Chi Minh City for its inaugural Vietnam event on Friday, 6 September.
The promotion will bring ONE: IMMORTAL TRIUMPH to the Phu Tho Indoor Stadium and, for the first time in history, the entire show will feature strictly ONE Super Series bouts.
There are multiple ways fans all across the globe can watch ONE: IMMORTAL TRIUMPH.
As always, the preliminary card can be viewed on ONE’s official Facebook and Twitter pages, 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 main card will begin on B/R Live at 9:30am Eastern Standard Time (EST)/6:30am Pacific Standard Time (PST).
If you want to watch the preliminary card live, then head over to ONE’s Facebook and Twitter pages at 7:30am EST/4:30am PST.
For Those Living In Japan
Catch all the action on AbemaTV beginning with the preliminary card at 8:30pm Japan Standard Time (JST).
Once the prelims are over, stay on AbemaTV for the main card. That begins at 10:30pm JST.
For Those Living In India
Watch the preliminary card on Hotstar and Star Sports Select 2 at 5:00pm India Standard Time (IST).
The main card will follow on those two networks at 7:00pm IST, so don’t change the channel.
For Those Living In Indonesia
The preliminary card starts on Vidio.com at 6:30pm Western Indonesian Time (WIB). Stay put for the main card, which kicks off at 8:30pm WIB.
Also, the event will air on SCTV at 11:30pm WIB on Saturday, 7 September.
For Those Living In Malaysia
The main card begins at 9:30pm Malaysia Time (MYT) on TV1 and Astro SuperSport HD. To watch the prelims, go to ONE’s Facebook and Twitter pages at 7:30pm MYT.
In addition to that, Astro Arena will have a special showing of ONE: IMMORTAL TRIUMPH at 1:00am MYT on Saturday, 7 September.
For Those Living In Myanmar
Check out the main card at 8:00pm Myanmar Time (MMT) on Skynet Sports 3 and MNTV.
However, to catch the prelims, log on to ONE’s Facebook and Twitter pages at 6:00pm MMT.
For Those Living In The Philippines
The main card will air on ABS-CBN S+A at 9:30pm Philippine Standard Time (PHT).
To check out the prelims live, watch them on ONE’s Facebook and Twitter pages at 7:30pm PHT.
For Those Living In Singapore
Watch the main card on Toggle at 9:30pm Singapore Standard Time (SGT). At 10:00pm SGT, Channel 5 will cut into the live broadcast.
To view the preliminary card, go to ONE’s Facebook and Twitter pages at 7:30pm SGT.
For Those Living In Thailand
Thairath will cut into the live broadcast at 10:30pm Indochina Time (ICT), just in time for the main and co-main events.
Until then, watch the event on ONE’s Facebook and Twitter pages beginning with the preliminary card at 6:30pm ICT.
For Those Living In Vietnam
Check out ONE’s Facebook and Twitter pages at 6:30pm ICT for the preliminary card. Then, tune in to HTV The Thao at 8:30pm ICT to watch the main card. Also, HTV 9 will cut into the live broadcast at 10:00pm ICT.
Furthermore, you can purchase a ticket here to see the action live and in person at the Phu Tho Indoor Stadium.
Last, But Certainly Not Least
ONE: IMMORTAL TRIUMPH can be streamed live in its entirety on ONE’s YouTube channel and the ONE Super App (some regions excluded).
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Kulabdam Sor. Jor. Piek Uthai vs. Bobo Sacko (Super Series Muay Thai — bantamweight)
Nguyen Tran Duy Nhat vs. Azwan Che Wil (Super Series Muay Thai — flyweight)
Beybulat Isaev vs. Anderson Silva (Super Series kickboxing — light heavyweight)
Chris Nguyen vs. Yukinori Ogasawara (Super Series Muay Thai — flyweight)
Bi Nguyen vs. Puja Tomar (Super Series Muay Thai — atomweight)
Panpayak Jitmuangnon vs. Masahide Kudo (Super Series kickboxing — flyweight)
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Santino Verbeek vs. Juan Cervantes (Super Series kickboxing — welterweight)
Singtongnoi Por Telakun vs. Momotaro (Super Series Muay Thai — flyweight)
Amber Kitchen vs. Viktoria Lipianska (Super Series Muay Thai — catch weight of 58.5kg)
Michael Pham vs. Mohamad Fakri Bin Yusoff (Super Series Muay Thai — featherweight)