Former national rugby captain and coach Boon Hoon Chee sees many similarities between rugby and mixed martial arts and hopes Fight For Change 2019 will change people’s perception about the combat sport.
No sooner had the race to qualify for the 2020 Olympics ended just over a week ago, a new race began – an acrimonious contest for posts in the Malaysia Hockey Confederation – and it’s threatening to make Malaysian hockey the biggest loser.
Colleen Augustin, Malaysia’s first gold medallist at the Asian Mixed Martial Arts Championships, hopes more people support and understand the sport.
Liverpool looks to take a giant step towards the Premier League crown with victory over Manchester City but a nine-point gap this early in the season is not insurmountable.
Amnig boss Colin Cheang Yee Hong is happy to promote more MMA events, including Fight For Change 2019, as a busy calendar accompanied by a good business plan will help the sport grow.
Malaysian hockey will remain stagnant as long as the officials continue fighting each other.
Football Association of Malaysia to implement new rule requiring state football associations to have Under-19 and Under-21 leagues
Former squash player Sharon Wee turned broadcast journalist backs Twentytwo13 editor Haresh Deol for Fight For Change 2019, says it takes a spark to light up a movement.
Johor Hockey Association submits nomination form for Malaysia Hockey Confederation elections, confirming Twentytwo13’s report on Oct 12.
Unai Emery needs a big win against Crystal Palace to earn back the trust of the Arsenal faithful.
Selangor Hockey Association fouls up by misspelling president’s name on the nomination list for Malaysian Hockey Confederation elections.
Meet five female triathletes who overcame adversities to compete in Ironman 70.3 Langkawi on Saturday.
Seasoned mixed martial artist Muhamad Fahim Noh is happy to be part of Fight For Change 2019 as he hopes to see more youths get into the sport while raising awareness about the role and plight of journalists in Malaysia.