What's the most useful MMA skill a fighter should have? Tell us and stand to win ONE: Defending Honor tickets and other goodies

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Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fans know that the combat can be divided into three basic skill sets: Striking, grappling and submission.

Tell us which skill set is the most useful and stand to win a chance to watch ONE: Defending Honor in Singapore on November 11, 2016 and ONE Championship prizes worth $706.

Read on to find out more.


Fighters can use their hands, elbows, knees and legs to throw strikes in the ring and this is what makes it more exciting and unpredictable than boxing.


Grappling has two main uses in MMA -- controlling the opponent and taking the opponent to the ground. It is essential for fighters hoping to keep the fight in their domain.


Submissions include mainly chokes, arm locks and leg locks. They may look milder to the casual observer, but can be just as devastating in submitting an opponent.

Here's your chance to win tickets to watch ONE: Defending Honor in Singapore on November 11, 2016.

Stomp is teaming up with ONE Championship to give away five prize bundles.

Each bundle includes:

1 pair of of CAT 2 tickets worth $188 each
1 pair of ONE Championship gloves worth $250
1 ONE Championship shirts worth $80

All you have to do is tell us which one of these skills is the most useful and why?

Submit your entries to us via email to stomp@stomp.com.sg, with the subject header, ONE: Defending Honor.

Make sure to include you name and contact number in the email as well.

The deadline to submit your entry is November 4, 2016.

Our judges' decision is final. We will not enter into any correspondence over the awarding of the prizes.

Fans can look forward to an awesome night of action.

The main event features the return of ONE Lightweight World Champion Shinya Aoki who goes up against contender Eduard Folayang.

In the co-main event, ONE Featherweight World Champion Marat Gafurov takes on former champion Narantungalag Jadambaa in a highly-anticipated rematch.

The event also features the debut of 26-year-old Singaporean Tiffany "Soul Crusher" Teo who goes up against former Egyptioan Boxing Champion Walaa Katyusha" Abbas and 23-year-old Niko Soe who is facing off against Muhamad "The Rising" Haidar of Malaysia.

Local favourite Benedict Ang is also back to continue his winning streak with a professional record of three wins and no losses.