The renowned Seksan has served as a source of motivation for Superbon Singha Mawynn, who has developed a new workout routine that has the potential to enhance his wear and tear resistance.
Without regard to the length of time you have been fighting, there are always strategies to continue becoming better. A major example was recently demonstrated by Superbon, a former world champion in the featherweight division of ONE Kickboxing. Superbon observed that Muay Thai great Seksan would lift weights with his head and neck in order to reduce the likelihood of being knocked out.
As a consequence of this, Superbon Singha Mawynn made the decision to give the workout a shot before his upcoming bout on December 22. In the main event of ONE Friday Fights 46, he will be competing against Tawanchai PK Saenchai for the featherweight Muay Thai world title.
A video of Superbon Singha Mawynn attempting Seksan’s signature workout was uploaded to Instagram by ONE Championship. In the video, the former featherweight kickboxing champion of ONE Championship had the following to say:
“Seksan would be my hero. Despite the fact that I observe him perform this neck exercise on a daily basis, I have never once witnessed him being knocked out. I hope that in my next bout, I can be as good as he was.
For information on how to watch ONE Friday Fights 46 from your area, check the listings on your local television station or go to the official website of ONE Championship. Through the pay-per-view service available on watch.onefc.com, fans in the United States and Canada will be able to witness ONE Friday Fights 46: Tawanchai vs. Superbon.
Superbon Singha Mawynn’s idol, Seksan, will also fight at ONE Friday Fights 46
Seksan made his debut in ONE Championship on January 20. Prior to that, he had won the Muay Thai world championship four times with various companies. The Thai great swiftly demonstrated to everyone that there was still more gas left in the tank by winning seven consecutive fights in 2023, including two knockout victories against opponents.
At ONE Friday Fights 46, “The Man Who Yields To No One” intends to continue his remarkable run by finishing the calendar year with an 8-0 promotional record at the legendary Lumpinee Boxing Stadium. This will be just the beginning of his spectacular run. The 34-year-old fighter needs to defeat River Daz, who has competed twice under the ONE Championship brand in 2023, in order to accomplish this goal.
If Seksan were to prevail over Daz, he would serve as a reminder to everyone that he is not to be disregarded as a possible contender for the ONE World Championship award.