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One Championship Ideal For Brands Looking To Connect With Asians, Founder Says

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 03 / 23 / 17

One Championship, an Asia-based MMA promoter, said that it is the "ideal choice for global brands looking to connect with Asians" because "there's nothing more authentic" than MMA, according to Charlotte McEleny of THE DRUM. One Championship has "already managed to amass significant scale in Asia....

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