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.
Colleen Augustin, Malaysia’s first gold medallist at the Asian Mixed Martial Arts Championships, hopes more people support and understand the sport.
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.
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.
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.
National Press Club of Malaysia president Datuk Ahirudin Attan says the club shares the Fight For Change 2019 message to try almost anything to champion welfare of media practitioners in Malaysia.
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Professional fighter Shareh ‘The Jeneral’ Nasrullah promises to ‘teach’ Twentytwo13 editor Haresh Deol the meaning of pain when they clash for a good cause in Fight For Change 2019 on Nov 23.
Agilan ‘The Alligator’ Thani says Twentytwo13’s Fight For Change 2019 on Nov 23 will help the public understand and appreciate mixed martial arts (MMA) better.
Join Twentytwo13 and our partners – Malaysia Mixed Martial Arts Association and National Press Club of Malaysia – in Fight For Change 2019 on Nov 23, 2019 as we endeavour to change the way people, especially the young, view mixed martial arts, and fight to protect the welfare of journalists in Malaysia.