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ONE FC adds to its stable of champions

ONE FC adds to its stable of champions

ONE Fighting Championship, Asia’s largest mixed martial arts organisation, has signed seven top prospects to a growing stable of world class athletes.

Russian featherweight champion Marat Gafurov, Saipan heavyweight champion Kelvin Fitial, Australian champion Rob Lisita and his compatriot and BRACE featherweight champion Martin Nguyen have all signed with ONE FC following successful stints with their regional promotions.

They are joined by top free agents Kultar Gill, a Canadian-Indian kickboxer, and Shooto flyweight veteran Kentoro Watanabe of Japan.

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