ONE Championship Announces Return to Japan with ONE 165: Rodtang vs. Takeru PPV Event on January 28 at Ariake Arena

ONE Championship, the big boss of martial arts organizations, is making a grand comeback to Japan. Mark your calendars for January 28 because it’s going down at the Ariake Arena in Tokyo with the epic ONE 165: Rodtang vs. Takeru. This is not just any event; it’s a historic pay-per-view spectacle, and the cherry on top? A five-round flyweight kickboxing super-fight starring none other than ONE Flyweight Muay Thai World Champion Rodtang Jitmuangnon going toe-to-toe with Japan’s kickboxing superstar, Takeru Segawa.

But wait, there’s more! ONE 165 isn’t just about the kickboxing showdown. It’s also hosting a lightweight MMA clash that’ll have fans on the edge of their seats. We’re talking about the Japanese fighting legend Shinya Aoki throwing down with the American sensation Sage Northcutt. And guess what? This is just a taste of what’s to come, as more jaw-dropping bouts will be announced soon.

Now, for those who can’t resist being the first in line, early bird tickets are up for grabs on Rakuten Ticket. Thanks to a swanky deal with Never Say Never (NSN), Rakuten Ticket is bringing live ONE events back to Japan for years to come. If you’re itching for more ticket info, it’s all there waiting for you.

And for the VIPs in the house, Stage Front VIP, the official Global VIP Experience Partner of ONE, is all set to make the ticket buying experience for ONE 165 nothing short of fabulous.

For those wondering how to snag this pay-per-view in Japan and beyond, stay tuned. More details are coming your way soon.

Chatri Sityodtong, the big boss at ONE Championship, is over the moon about teaming up with Rakuten Ticket. He’s all about the innovation and passion that this partnership brings to the table, especially in Japan, where martial arts is more than just a sport – it’s a cultural icon. He’s reminiscing about the epic moments ONE has had in Tokyo and is super excited to kick off a new era with Rakuten Ticket and NSN.

Joe Umemoto, the head honcho at Rakuten Ticket, is just as pumped. He’s talking about not just bringing top-tier athletes to Japan, but also shaking things up with new, innovative experiences for martial arts fans all over the country.

And Joel Borras, the bigwig at NSN, is feeling pretty honored to be part of ONE’s return to Japan. He’s all about bringing the best of sports and entertainment together, and he’s tipping his hat to Chatri and his team for making this collaboration happen.