All Fighters Make Weight for One FC 3’s Free Streaming Event

March 30, 2012


All fighters have made weight for One Fighting Championship 3: War of the Lions. The torrential rain did not deter MMA fans who turned out in full force at Chevron House on Friday. The public not only got to meet and have their photos taken with the stunning One FC Ring Girls, they also witnessed the amazing lineup of elite MMA fighters from around Asia and the world at the official weigh-in event of One FC’s second show in Singapore.

After a series of intense stare downs in front of a massive crowd in the heart of Singapore’s Central Business District, Asia’s largest mixed martial arts (MMA) organization is now full speed ahead for an epic showdown at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on 31 March 2012. The event will be headlined by a battle between Felipe Enomoto from Japan and Zorobabel Moreira from Brazil.

One Fighting Championship 3: War of the Lions also features a treat for Japanese MMA fans with an impressive line-up of Dream and DEEP Champions. Thanks to the One FC Network and the partnership with Dream, tomorrow’s fights will include phenomenal match-ups that feature Dream superstar Tatsuya Kawajiri and DEEP Champions Masakazu Imanari, Yuya Shirai and Yoshiyuki Nakanishi.

A host of other international champions will also be featured in the event on Saturday. Melvin Manhoef, a K-1, Dream and Strikeforce superstar from Holland, is one of the most feared strikers in the world. He will be facing DEEP Light Heavyweight Champion Yoshiyuki Nakanishi.

The most anticipated fights for Asian MMA fans would be the clash between Eduard Folayang and Ole Laursen, as well as the professional MMA debut of Singapore’s first female professional MMA fighter Nicole Chua. Nicole Chua will be competing against 7-time National Kickboxing Champion Jeet Toshi from India.

Tickets for the show in Singapore are on sale via MMA fans from anywhere in the world* can catch the action via live streaming free-of-charge on YouTube at

Live streaming commences:
8:00 PM – Kuala Lumpur
1:00 PM – London
8:00 AM – New York City
5:00 AM – San Francisco

*Free live streaming is geo-blocked in Singapore and Japan