Singapore’s ONE Championship is enjoying record growth in television viewership and social media engagement, according to data released by Neilsen, Facebook and Repucom.

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According to a company press release, comparing from 2014 to Q1 2017 annualized figures, social media impressions grew from 352 million to 4-billion, with digital and online video impressions increasing a thousand-fold from 312 thousand to 314 million over the same period.

The company has partnered with Facebook to livestream preliminary bouts from its cards, while making deals with major television networks across Asia.

ONE can currently be seen on television in over 118 countries – including on the Fight Network in Canada – up nearly double from 60 countries in 2014.

The company’s next pay-per-view is Dynasty of Heroes, which is scheduled for May 26 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. In the main event, atomweight champion Angela Lee (7-0-0) returns to the cage against two-time Muay Thai world champion Brazilian challenger Istela Nunes (5-0-0).

In the co-main event, welterweight champion Ben Askren (15-0-0, 1 NC) takes on Malaysia’s Agilan Thani (7-0-0).

Other bouts include:

Shinya Aoki vs. Garry Tonon

Amir Khan vs. Rajinder Singh Meena

Luis Santos vs. Vuyisile Colossa

Dejdamrong Sor Amnuaysirichoke vs. Adrian Matheis

Tiffany Teo vs. Rebecca Heintzman

Jomary Torres vs. Rika Ishige

 More bouts are expected to be announced.

@kenaiandrews ONE Championship enjoying record growth as it looks forward to Dynasty of Heroes