A veteran Muay Thai fighter from Thailand named Seksan Or Kwanmuang continued his unbeaten streak in ONE Championship last week, and he has stated that he is willing to bet it against anyone moving forward.
At ONE Friday Fights 46, which took place on December 22 in Thailand, “The Man Who Yields To No One” won eight consecutive fights in a row, making it the most successful fighter of this year. In a 50-50 decision, he prevailed over River Daz, who was from Australia.
During the in-ring interview that took place after the fight, Seksan, who is 34 years old, stated that he intends to grow on this accomplishment regardless of who ONE chooses to represent him.
I don’t have a particular person in mind at this time. I am prepared to take on anyone weighing 140 pounds.
In order to prevail against Daz, Seksan had to dig deep because his opponent was intent on making a strong impression by putting forth a vigorous performance and winning.
Nevertheless, the Thai’s efforts were successful, even though he only managed to do so by the skin of his teeth.
Seksan basks in opportunity to compete in ONE Championship
Seksan, a martial arts veteran from Thailand, was on the verge of calling it quits in the sport of Muay Thai until ONE Championship presented him with the opportunity to continue participating. According to him, he is happy that he decided to accept the offer.
Since making his promotional debut in January, “The Man Who Yields To No One” has been exactly that. He has won all eight of his fights to this point, including the most recent one, which took place at ONE Friday Fights 46 on December 22. He defeated River Daz of Australia by a split decision.
The South China Morning Post conducted an interview with him, during which he discussed the experiences he has had in ONE. He stated:
I was completely unprepared for the opportunity to compete in ONE Championship, and it still feels like a dream to me. I was on the verge of giving up my career as a Muay Thai fighter before ONE Lumpinee. After that, I became a member of ONE Lumpinee, and now that I’m involved with ONE Championship, I feel a great deal of pride in myself. It’s almost fantastical.”
The interview can be found below:
Before joining ONE, Seksan had already established himself as a legend in the Lumpinee Boxing Stadium, where he had competed in more than 300 bouts throughout the course of his career.