Singapore’s ONE Championship™ (ONE), the behemoth of martial arts organizations, alongside the ace team of Qatar Tourism, Media City Qatar, and Ooredoo, is set to make a monumental splash in Qatar. Mark your calendars for March 1, because the Lusail Sports Arena is where the magic of ONE 166: Qatar will unfold.
This isn’t just any ordinary fight night. We’re talking about a quintet of ONE World Championship fights, spanning the electrifying realms of MMA, Muay Thai, Kickboxing, and Submission Grappling. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. More tantalizing details and headliners are on the horizon.
For those fans itching to get a slice of the action early, there’s good news. Early bird tickets are up for grabs right now at the Virgin Megastore and Q-Tickets.
Chatri Sityodtong, the big boss at ONE Championship, is buzzing with excitement. He’s gearing up to bring one of the grandest events to the Middle East. A card so stacked, it’s like a martial arts fan’s dream come true. Sityodtong extended a hearty thanks to Qatar Tourism, Media City Qatar, and Ooredoo for joining forces to etch this event in history.
Eng. Abdulaziz Ali Al Mawlawi, the marketing maestro at Qatar Tourism, is equally thrilled. Qatar Tourism, as the Official Event Host, Presenting Partner, and VIP Lounge Sponsor, is pulling out all the stops for this blockbuster event. It’s a testament to Qatar’s commitment to delivering top-notch experiences that resonate both locally and globally.
Sheikh Ali bin Abulla Al Thani of Media City Qatar is proud to team up with ONE Championship and Qatar Tourism for this landmark event. As the official media partner, they’re all set to share the gripping tales of world-renowned athletes with a global audience, further cementing Qatar’s reputation as a powerhouse of diverse and dynamic experiences in sports and entertainment.
For the fans in the Middle East, beIN Sports is where you’ll want to be on March 1 starting at 3:30pm AST. As for the global audience, stay tuned for more details on where you can catch the action in over 190 countries.