The largest martial arts promotion in the world has a massive vision for the near future.
Over the past decade, @ONEChampionship has become the largest global sports property in Asia.
— Sports Business Journal (@SBJ) October 11, 2022
Mr. Sityodtong said during the interview, that him and his team envision to do 50 events in Asia, 50 events in Europe and 50 events in the United States, but that he doesn’t know when they will reach this goal.
According to Nielsen ONE Championship has constantly outscored the UFC the last couple of years when it comes to SoMe engagement, and they have a larger broadcast reach, albeit in different parts of the world.
Net loss has increased in 2021, but so has turnover, fighter signings, fight purses, and TV / streaming partnerships, and with the talk of a future IPO, ONE Championship is here to stay for the long run.