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O2 TV picks up rights to One Championship

Czech pay-television broadcaster O2 TV has bolstered its mixed martial arts portfolio, announcing a new media-rights deal for Singapore-based promotion One Championship.

O2 currently holds rights to several MMA promotions. In 2019 it will broadcast the Czech and Slovakian promotion XFN, Czech promotions FFN, FNW and Heroes Gate, and Russian promotion M-1 Global.

The O2 TV Sport channel will first broadcast the One Championship event held in Jakarta, Indonesia on January 19.

One Championship have recently signed up several well-known fighters from the UFC including former champions Eddie Alvarez (lightweight) and Demetrious Johnson (flyweight).

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