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ONE Championship, Bloomage International partnership announced along with ‘ONE: Age of Dragons’ fight card

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ONE Championship has announced a partnership with Bloomage International. As a strategic partner, the holding company will work closely with the Singapore-based martial arts organization in developing its brand across all platforms.

Bloomage International has three main pillars namely investments, operations, and commercial real-estate industries. The organization owns more than 30 subsidiary companies, holding companies and joint-stock companies.

Also, Bloomage International owns the Cadillac Center. Located in Beijing, China, the world-renowned stadium is the only venue that has the capacity to host both the Summer Olympics and Winter Olympics.

The Cadillac Arena will be the venue of the ONE Championship event “ONE: Age of Dragons” featuring mixed martial arts, kickboxing and Muay Thai. To be held on November 16, 2019,  it will be headlined by reigning ONE Flyweight Kickboxing World Champion Ilias Ennahachi, 28, of the Netherlands and his challenger “Metal Storm” Wang Wenfeng, 26, of China.

“It is my pleasure to announce ONE Championship’s partnership with Bloomage International,” ONE Championship group president Hua Fung Teh stated. “We are constantly on the lookout for the right partners to join us in bringing authentic martial arts to a worldwide audience. I am super excited to also announce our next show in Beijing, ‘ONE: Age of Dragons.'”

“ONE Championship remains dedicated to delivering Chinese martial arts fans the very best in sports entertainment,” Teh continued. “Showcasing our elite Chinese ONE Championship athletes and giving them the global platform to shine is our goal. I can’t wait for this amazing event this November.”

Bloomage International Investment Group president Zhao Yan said they were very pleased to be partnering with ONE Championship. She described the martial arts organization as “a globally influential sports media property.”

“Bloomage International Culture and Sports Development Co Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Bloomage Group, has long been committed to the development of China’s culture and sports industry and has deep experience in operating world-class sports stadiums and events and developing sports intellectual property assets,” Zhao stated. “Our development goal aligns with ONE Championship’s vision in China and we are confident that this cooperation will be a successful model of large-scale cultural and business cooperation between China and Singapore companies.”

The most recent ONE Championship event in China titled “ONE: Legendary Quest” took place at the Baoshan Arena in Shanghai, China on June 15, 2019. Here is a recap:

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