Watch Highlights, Full Bouts of ONE: CONQUEST OF CHAMPIONS via the ONE Super App, Globe GoWATCH
Calling all Pinoy Sports fans! Experience the thrill and excitement of watching our country’s pride, Brandon “The Truth” Vera, defend his ONE Heavyweight World Championship title all over again with the ONE Super App and Globe GoWATCH!
Asia’s premier and elite martial artists converged on November 23 at the Mall of Asia Arena as they battled for supremacy and fought for the right to be hailed a world champion.
Two of the Philippines’ most beloved world champion athletes, Brandon “The Truth” Vera and Eduard “Landslide” Folayang, headlined the blockbuster twelve-match card, ONE: CONQUEST OF CHAMPIONS.
“There is no doubt as to the popularity of ONE Championship, whose rise in the sports arena is nothing short of meteoric. And being Globe’s newest sports content partner, we want to make sure that Filipino Martial Arts aficionados will have easy access to ONE Championship content to show their support to our lion-hearted athletes,” says Jil Go, Vice President of Portfolio and Partner Management, Content Business Group of Globe.
As one of the event’s co-main features, the pride of Baguio, Eduard Folayang, clashed with the knockout king Singaporean Amir Khan, clinching a unanimous decision victory after a full five rounds and claiming the ONE Lightweight World Championship Belt for the second time.
Ending the night was a match-up of epic proportions as two of the best heavyweights on the planet clashed head-on, with ONE Heavyweight World Champion Brandon Vera returning to the cage after two years as he put up his belt against Heavyweight Mauro “The Hammer” Cerilli, who made his ONE debut coming off a five-fight winning streak. It took less than two minutes for Vera to show the world why he wears the belt.
To watch this most awaited return of Martial Arts in the Philippines and other bouts (both live and on-demand) right on your mobile screen anytime, anywhere, download the ONE Super App and subscribe to GoWATCH data wallet—starting with GoWATCH 29 (2 GB for 3 days) up to GoWATCH 399 (10 GB for 30 days)—where you can also watch local athletes in full slam-bang action.