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Sporting year in review 2020
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  • China’s strawweight champion has not fought since beating Joanna Jedrzejczyk in Fight of the Year last March
  • ‘Thug Rose’ remains top choice with Carla Esparza next in line as fans await fight confirmation
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Tokyo-bound Jessica Lee Hoi-yan, Michael Cheng Chun-leung, Grace Lau Mo-sheung, Thomas Heffernan Ho and Vivian Kong Man-wai reflect on athlete life in pandemic.

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UFC strawweight champion Zhang Weili’s heroics in Fight of the Year front runner against Joanna Jedrzejczyk leads a strong surge from Chinese fighters in 2020.

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Clout-chasing and trash-talking aside, will we really see Roy Jones Jnr vs Anderson Silva, Conor McGregor vs Manny Pacquiao, or an ‘ultrafight’ with four Olympic golds on the line?

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ONE Championship and Rizin find ways to stage fights in Asia despite global pandemic, but UFC’s plans for Dana White’s Contender Series Asia on hold amid cloud of uncertainty.

In a sports calendar ravaged by the pandemic, tai chi masters still get knocked out, while there are trick golf shots, bicycle kicks and lots of smashed glass.

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China’s Yan Xiaonan, Japan’s Kanako Murata and Thailand’s Loma Lookboonmee waiting in the wings to follow – and challenge – UFC strawweight queen Zhang Weili.

Michael Jordan, Stephon Marbury, Andy Murray, Bruce Lee and Jose Mourinho among those who featured in the year’s best films and series on sport.

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Garry Tonon and Demetrious Johnson go for gold, as Aung La N Sang chases redemption – here’s what to look forward to in ONE Championship in 2021.

Covid-19 may have put live K-pop performances on hold, but that didn’t stop BTS from smashing records in the US, Blackpink causing a stir with their outfits or Mr Trot sparking a trot revival in 2020

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