Way of the Warrior Episode I | RADII China

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Way of the Warrior Episode I | RADII China

Postby marvin8 on Fri Apr 22, 2022 5:07 pm

RADII China
Apr 13, 2022

Produced and filmed across China and the USA, RADII Studios' new 2-part film reveals the struggles, challenges and triumphs that Chinese fighters face while chasing their MMA championship dreams.

Witness the fiery resolve of notable Chinese athletes — many from humble backgrounds — as they chase their dreams to become the world's best in MMA.

See how this sport transcends cultural and national boundaries as these athletes and trainers come together from all parts of the world in their pursuit of a common passion for athletic excellence. We follow young fighters in training, but also former world champions and UFC Hall of Famers.

Episode 1 introduces the mixed martial arts sport in China via interviews with two leading Chinese female MMA fighters and their trainers from the USA and Australia.

Featuring:
Shi Ming, Zhang Weili (guest), Richy Walsh (UFC), Ruben Payan Jr (Stride Gym), Tim Roberts (UFC), with Nicolas Atkin (sports editor, SCMP) as host.

About RADIIChina:
RADII (rā’dē-ī’) is an independent platform of artists, writers and creators dedicated to providing a window into the rarely explored sides of new China.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Vc1EwaV6Lo

Excerpt from "10 Fighters in ONE Championship You Need to Follow:"

JESSE POTTINGER on January 25, 2022 wrote:Way of the Warrior is an ongoing series exploring the growth of MMA in China from a variety of unique perspectives. We’ll introduce the sport’s rising talents, burgeoning fanbase, and cultural ties to China.

It seems like China’s mixed martial arts talent pool is growing every year, and unsurprisingly, many find themselves competing in ONE Championship. Although, the coveted champion title has been claimed by only one Chinese national so far: reigning ONE Women’s Strawweight World Champion Xiong Jingnan.

But Xiong is far from the only Chinese competitor with championship potential: 22 athletes from China are fighting in ONE’s MMA league, and another six are competing in muay Thai and kickboxing.

And while we believe every one of China’s ONE Championship fighters deserves the attention of combat aficionados worldwide, we’ve narrowed the list to 10 athletes that you should watch for in the months and years ahead....
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