With the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) global situation bringing the world to its knees, we’ve seen both the best and the worst of humankind.
On one end, people have gone to great lengths to lend a helping hand to one another. We’ve donated money, Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) such as face masks, gowns, and other materials to our medical frontliners, and shared our blessings with the less fortunate who have limited access to basic necessities such as food, clean water, and shelter. We’ve left no one behind in this worldwide fight against this terrible virus.
The first round of auditions for “The Apprentice: ONE Championship Edition” is already underway. The show was announced late February and is slated for distribution and release in the second half of 2020, under license from MGM Television.
This unique version of “The Apprentice” will feature 16 contestants handpicked from around the world to participate in what ONE Championship describes as a ‘high stakes game of business competitions and physical challenges.’
The world of martial arts can be a bit redundant when it comes to nicknames. However, there are a few prominent figures in the combat sports world whose nicknames are distinct, and just plain cool. The following five stars have unique monikers in martial arts:
Martin “The Situ-Asian” Nguyen
Everything about Martin Nguyen’s nickname is cool. The play and blending of two words are excellent, and it perfectly embodies his cultural background. The Vietnamese-Australian superstar is one of the most unique in the combat sports world. Nguyen’s combination of speed, striking and grappling makes him one of the most dangerous competitors in the world.