A person said, “I can’t wait to see where it goes” – According to Amber Kitchen, the relationship between ONE and Sky Sports will be a “dream come true” for boxers in the United Kingdom.

In a press release that was issued not too long ago, ONE Championship announced that they had entered into a significant collaboration with Sky Sports, which is the most prominent and largest sports broadcaster in Europe.

As part of the exclusive relationship, ONE Championship will broadcast its live events and ancillary programming on Sky’s broadcast and digital channels. These platforms will be accessible to fans all over the United Kingdom and Ireland.

It is only natural that fighting fans and fighters alike are enthusiastic about the potential that this news presents. Considering that Europe is one of the major markets for martial arts in the world, there are millions of fans who are eagerly awaiting content from ONE Championship tournaments. We are eagerly anticipating the arrival of the largest martial arts organization in the world.

Amber Kitchen, a former WBC England Muay Thai champion and an athlete competing for ONE Championship, was so excited at the recent news that she could hardly contain her joy.

The twenty-four-year-old fighter discussed the connection between ONE Championship and Sky Sports, as well as the implications of this cooperation for fans in the United Kingdom, during an interview with veteran martial arts reporter Nic Atkin.

As ‘AK 47’ put it:

It is a significant deal for the sport that Sky Sports has signed on. I am quite excited to find out what happens next. Due to the fact that there are so many skilled boxers hailing from the United Kingdom, Wembley would be a dream come true. It would be an incredible experience to have it in England, with all of the local supporters, and the crowd would be incredible.

You are able to watch a portion of the interview with Nic Atkin here:

Additionally, Chatri Sityodtong, chairman and CEO of ONE Championship, expressed his pleasure about the relationship with Sky Sports in the same news release.

As Sityodtong put it:

“For a number of years, our supporters in the United Kingdom have been demanding that ONE be carried on one of the most prominent networks in the region. It gives me great pleasure to inform today that we have entered into a new relationship with Sky Sports, which is the market leader in live sports broadcasting in the United Kingdom and is among the most well-known sports networks in the entire globe. The celebration of martial arts and the ongoing expansion of ONE Championship’s global footprint are both receiving a significant boost from this arrangement, which represents a crucial milestone.

In a press release that was issued not too long ago, ONE Championship announced that they had entered into a significant collaboration with Sky Sports, which is the most prominent and largest sports broadcaster in Europe.

As part of the exclusive relationship, ONE Championship will broadcast its live events and ancillary programming on Sky’s broadcast and digital channels. These platforms will be accessible to fans all over the United Kingdom and Ireland.

It is only natural that fighting fans and fighters alike are enthusiastic about the potential that this news presents. Considering that Europe is one of the major markets for martial arts in the world, there are millions of fans who are eagerly awaiting content from ONE Championship tournaments. We are eagerly anticipating the arrival of the largest martial arts organization in the world.

Amber Kitchen, a former WBC England Muay Thai champion and an athlete competing for ONE Championship, was so excited at the recent news that she could hardly contain her joy.

The twenty-four-year-old fighter discussed the connection between ONE Championship and Sky Sports, as well as the implications of this cooperation for fans in the United Kingdom, during an interview with veteran martial arts reporter Nic Atkin.

As ‘AK 47’ put it:

It is a significant deal for the sport that Sky Sports has signed on. I am quite excited to find out what happens next. Due to the fact that there are so many skilled boxers hailing from the United Kingdom, Wembley would be a dream come true. It would be an incredible experience to have it in England, with all of the local supporters, and the crowd would be incredible.

You are able to watch a portion of the interview with Nic Atkin here:

Additionally, Chatri Sityodtong, chairman and CEO of ONE Championship, expressed his pleasure about the relationship with Sky Sports in the same news release.

As Sityodtong put it:

“For a number of years, our supporters in the United Kingdom have been demanding that ONE be carried on one of the most prominent networks in the region. It gives me great pleasure to inform today that we have entered into a new relationship with Sky Sports, which is the market leader in live sports broadcasting in the United Kingdom and is among the most well-known sports networks in the entire globe. The celebration of martial arts and the ongoing expansion of ONE Championship’s global footprint are both receiving a significant boost from this arrangement, which represents a crucial milestone.

Amber Kitchen raring to make a ONE Championship comeback

Amber Kitchen, who hails from the United Kingdom, has not exactly had a pleasant sailing experience in ONE Championship. Under the ONE Championship banner, the 24-year-old fighter has suffered defeats against Viktoria Lipianska, Diandra Martin, Jackie Buntan, and most recently, Martine Michieletto. Additionally, she has lost four consecutive fights.

However, due to the fact that she is the daughter of the legendary Muay Thai fighter Julie Kitchen, fighting is in her blood. She is determined to turn her career around and win her next battle, and she will not stop at anything to achieve this goal.

Keep up with Sportskeeda MMA for the latest information and news regarding her next fight.

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