Championship will postpond all upcoming private events till May 29, 2020
Championship will postpond

The possible spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) has led various leagues, teams, and individual players to assess infections while traveling to the United States. Some teams take precautionary measures to limit the spread of coronavirus, such as limiting access to media and audiences or canceling events and competition altogether.

The ONE Championship will host all upcoming private events without any audience as the outbreak of the coronavirus continues.

One CEO, Chatri Sityodtong, announced on Thursday.

“The team and I have decided to quickly turn all events in the One Championship into private, audience-less events,” Sityodtong wrote on the Facebook page.

Championship will postpond all upcoming private events till May 29, 2020
Championship will postpone

Without an exemption, the security of our admirers, athletes, personnel, associates, and the community is top precedence for the ONE Championship. Due to the extraordinary global conditions of COVID-19, all scheduled live audiences ONE event will be suspended until at least May 29, 2020.

For millions of house fans approximately the globe, the show will keep on from a relaxed and safe living space. The global private broadcast program will be all in Singapore, April 17, April 24, May Starting on the initial schedule of May 1st, May 8th, battle cards for these broadcast-only shows will be announced shortly, with additional dates added in the near future, and on May 29, 2020, The ONE Infinity Series, the world’s top martial arts event in Manila, will be launched alongside ONE Infinity 1 at the Mall of Asia Arena. Also, Read: San Antonio Spurs: Some reasons why Tim Duncan is a hall of famer

In the future, this promotion will allow viewers at the event, which may vary depending on whether the coronavirus is spread throughout Asia.

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The ONE Championship held a pre-closure event after the first outbreak of the coronavirus that began in Wuhan, China.

UFC may soon comply with a similar set of rules applied by state governments. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signals the possibility of a ban on all collective rallies in the state before the next UFC on the Columbus ESPN 8 card, and the promotion was issued in Brasilia, Brazil before submission We are working on a similar decree. Kevin Lee disagrees this weekend. Charles Oliveira of the main event.


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