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MMA’s One Championship launches TV, film production division

Asian mixed martial arts promotion One Championship has launched a television and film production division.

The division, One Studios, will deliver “high-quality and compelling” television programs and feature films starring One athletes, the promotion said Monday.

One Championship plans to make a “huge announcement” regarding its first movie project, with no details yet provided.

One Studios will distribute content globally via digital partners such as Netflix, YouTube, Facebook, and Amazon, among others, as well as to existing television broadcast partners around the world.


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