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ONE flyweight yang dies in manila hospital aged 21

ONE flyweight yang dies in manila hospital aged 21

The ONE Championship family suffered a tragic loss when Chinese flyweight Yang Jian Bing passed away yesterday at 12.06pm due to cardiopulmonary failure.

The formal hospital medical reports and procedures are still being carried out.

He was 21 years old. Yang, a native of China was hospitalised at the San Juan De Dios Hospital in Pasay, the Philippines, after a sudden collapse on Thursday morning.

CEO of ONE Championship, Victor Cui, said: “Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and loved ones of Yang Jian Bing.”

Yang competed in the ONE flyweight division and his last bout for ONE was on June 20. He was scheduled to compete on the card of ONE: Spirit of Champion in Manila last night.

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