ONE.SHOP: ONE Championship Unveils Online Store in Thailand

On June 30th, ONE Championship™ (ONE), the world’s largest martial arts organization, announced the launch of ONE.SHOP, their official online shop in Thailand.

Now, locals and residents have the opportunity to directly buy official ONE Championship products and merchandise from the ONE.SHOP Thailand store.

With domestic delivery available, followers across the nation can easily get their hands on the latest offerings.

Furthermore, Thai supporters now have the ability to conduct their online transactions via a local payment portal, GB Prime Pay.

To commemorate the ONE.SHOP Thailand opening, customers who spend a minimum of THB 2,200 between June 30th and July 14th will receive free ONE Championship ONE logo socks (2 pairs) and a ONE Camo Logo Baseball cap, while supplies last.

Plus, tickets for the live ONE Fight Night 12: Superlek vs. Khalilov event at the Lumpinee Boxing Stadium on Saturday, July 15 are offered at a reduced rate (15% OFF on CAT 1-3) with the promo code ONECHAMPS on Thai Ticket Major.

The Managing Director of ONE Thailand, Prem Busarabavonwongs, expressed: “It is with great excitement that we announce the official launch of ONE.SHOP in Thailand. Thai fans are especially important to us here at ONE Championship.”

“With the incredible amount of passion they show at every live event, they are the absolute greatest fans in the world. Stay connected to receive special offers and discounts on exclusive products, as well as discounts to ONE Championship’s biggest live events,” he expressed.

ONE Championship, the hub of Martial Arts, stands as the largest sports media asset in Asian history, broadcasting globally to more than 170 nations.

It showcases martial artists and World Champions from over 80 countries, including Thailand, practicing various martial arts forms like Muay Thai, kickboxing, MMA, and submission grappling.

With weekly ONE Fight Night and ONE Lumpinee events, the historic Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Bangkok is commonly hailed as the “Mecca of Muay Thai” and martial arts hub in the nation.