War of Dragons is now complete. Alain Ngalani (1-1-1) and Chi Lewis Parry (5-0-1) have signed on to the July 11th event, giving ONE ten exciting fights to list on its foray into East Asia.

Ngalani and Parry last met at ONE FC’s Honor and Glory in May. The fight, however, ended in a no contest when Parry accidentally kicked Ngalani in the groin.

Ngalani will no doubt be looking for redemption in the Republic of China. Though he got off to a great start in his MMA career when he almost kicked the head off of Mahmoud Hassan at ONE FC’s Champions & Warriors, he has not been able to repeat his success in either of his following bouts. War of Dragons will be a chance for him to show the world that his first win was not just a one-time event.

Chi Lewis Parry, on the other hand, will be looking to keep his no-loss streak alive. Up until his last fight with Ngalani, the thirty-year-old Englishman had nothing but finishes on his MMA record. At War of Dragons, he’ll be looking to make sure a loss doesn’t sully his almost perfect career.

War of Dragons is under two weeks away. The event will be airing live from the Taiwan National University Sports Center and will also be aired on Livesport.tv for fans who can’t make it to Taipei. A list of all ten matches can be seen below.

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Chris Zahar is an American-born journalist. He has been covering Asian MMA since 2013, and his work has been featured in both Fight of the Night and Yahoo Sports. He has also interviewed such top Asian, ONE FC stars as Rob Lisita, Paul Cheng, and Sam "Sung Ming Yen." Chris also has the honor of training at TOUGH MMA, the only Taiwanese fight team to have exclusive partnership with ONE Fighting Championship. In his spare time, Chris not only enjoys mixed martial arts, but studies politics, philosophy, and Chinese. He is also happily married and a proud father to his son. Chris resides in Taiwan.

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