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ONE FC: War of the Lions will air on YouTube for FREE this Saturday

ONE FC: War of the Lions will air on YouTube for FREE this Saturday

Before we tell you how to watch ONE FC: War of the Lions for free this Saturday, we must all mutually agree that ONE FC’s next show in Malaysia should be entitled ‘ONE FC: Wrath of the Lava Gods.’ A title for an MMA card doesn’t get any better than that. You could plug your fingers away on your keyboard for the next century and still not manifest a title that’s more epic than ‘Wrath of the Lava Gods.’ Go ahead, try. I’ll be right here eating this sugar-free snack. It’s a sugar-free snack because I don’t want to anger the hyperglycemic gods. That could be the name of the next show, ‘ONE FC: Anger of the Hyperglycemic Gods. Diabetics will get in for free that night.

Just minutes ago, ONE FC press released that ONE FC: War of the Lions going down March 31st will be aired on YouTube in HD for absolutely free. Apparently ONE FC understands that a lot of you guys are irresponsible with your finances and can’t afford whatever nominal fee the organization was going to charge for the event. The CEO of ONE FC, Victor Cui, just wants you to see guys like Kawajiri, Melvin Manhoef, Imanari and Felipe Enomoto smash body parts live from Singapore — so they’re delivering it directly to your orbital sockets free of charge.

You guys already know what I’m about to tell you. The MiddleEasy chatroom will be back for ONE FC: War of the Lions, and prizes will be given away (again). Also, you guys have two more days to enter our ONE FC: War of the Lions poster design contest, and the entries are already looking slick. There’s your good news for this Monday morning, it’s all downhill from now. Go back to bed, you’ve earned it.

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