Agilan ‘Alligator’ Thani only plans to fight twice this year but is confident it is the right approach towards seeking another world title bout.
Jihin “Shadow Cat” Radzuan is determined to make her way to the top despite being overtaken by Itsuki “Strong Heart Fighter” Hirata and Stamp Fairtex in the race to face ONE atomweight queen “Unstoppable” Angela Lee for the world title in 2020.
Denice ‘The Menace Fairtex’ Zamboanga aims to follow in the footsteps of ONE Atomweight Muay Thai and Kickboxing world champion Stamp Fairtex when she faces Jihin ‘Shadowcat’ Radzuan at ONE: Mark of Greatness tomorrow.
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.
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.
As co-organiser of Fight For Change 2019, Malaysia Mixed Martial Arts Association (MASMMAA) president Rashid Salleh is on a mission to get mixed martial arts (MMA) introduced in schools while helping the National Press Club of Malaysia fight for the welfare of journalists and raise money for its Journalist Welfare Fund.
Demetrious ‘Mighty Mouse’ Johnson confident of beating Danny ‘The King’ Kingad to become inaugural ONE Flyweight World Grand Prix Championship winner.
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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.
Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world, said American anthropologist Margaret Mead. We at Twentytwo13 are committed to fostering change.
Fresh from winning the WBA Asia South Cruiserweight title, Malaysian boxer Farkhan Haron believes more can be done to promote boxing and other martial arts if stakeholders join forces.
Malaysian Mixed Martial Arts Association working to get sport in schools as national body eager to invest in youth development.