Ahead of ONE Championship's Atomweight World Grand Prix, Ritu "The Indian Tigress" Phogat has decided to step inside the Circle against American Bi "Killer Bee" Nguyen at ONE: Dangal on Saturday, May 15.

The Indian star is a member of one of the most famous families in her home country, and she is hoping to bring India to the forefront of martial arts. Thus far, her plan is going according to plan as she has kept a perfect professional record with dominant performance after dominant performance.

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One of the world's premier sport karate tournaments is just five weeks away, as the events at the Battle of Atlanta will begin Thursday, June 17th with the Professional Martial Arts Conference (PROMAC) Championships and Award Ceremonies. The Battle is PROMAC's marquee event and a number of competitors vying for national PROMAC titles will likely bolster the expected large turnout for the North American Sport Karate Association (NASKA) portion of the event taking place on Friday and Saturday.

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ONE Championship is a central figure in the rise and growth of mixed martial arts in India, and that will be on full display on Saturday, May 15, when they bring their latest event to the masses.

ONE: Dangal will feature four of the top Indian athletes in the sport today.

In the main event, "Singh" Arjan Bhullar will go for gold against ONE Heavyweight World Champion Brandon "The Truth" Vera.

Bhullar is a former Commonwealth Games gold medalist and has made a successful transition into mixed martial arts. He made a dominant debut against Mauro Cerilli to earn his shot at greatness. A victory would be massive for the Indian talent who continues to give back to his community.

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Per my Blog last week on the Las Vegas Kosen Judo Tournament, it should be emphasized that Celita Schutz the Current President of the USJA has made a solid commitment to the promotion and expansion of their Kosen Judo Rules as developed by John Paccione the Past President of the USJA. Continuing along this theme, I asked my friend and colleague Steve Scott to elaborate on his concept of Freestyle Judo.

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