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Live streaming set for MMA event in Malaysia

Live streaming set for MMA event in Malaysia

Cage fighting fans in the Kingdom will be able to stream live footage of this Saturday’s ONE FC: Return of Warriors event in Kuala Lumpur via the MMA promotion’s website.

The main card, which features the highly anticipated ONE FC Feather-weight World Championship bout between Eric “The Natural” Kelly and Honorio “The Rock” Banario, will cost $9.99, while two undercard fights will be made available for free.

Local TV channel MyTV has signed a deal to broadcast ONE FC events for free this year but will screen this Saturday’s action at a later date in respect for the second official mourning period of the late King Father Norodom Sihanouk, which is being held from Friday. 

To contact the reporter on this story: Dan Riley at [email protected]


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