Rodtang explains the thought process that lies behind his incredible will.

A profound passage about how discipline is the path to success was relayed by Rodtang.

“The Iron Man” has established himself as a household name in the world of combat sports. Rodtang, who is only 25 years old, possesses a promotional record of 12-0 and has won the flyweight division of the ONE Muay Thai World Championships six times. His accomplishment in ‘the art of eight limbs,’ which he refers to as ‘the art of eight limbs’, has made the Thai fighter a model for perseverance and determination, despite the fact that he is still relatively young.

A recent post that Rodtang made on Facebook that was motivating and was loosely translated from Thai to English can be seen here.

“Discipline does not come from starting, nor does success come from waiting; success comes not from asking, but from doing.”
On January 13, the current flyweight Muay Thai world champion prevailed against Jiduo Yibu in a kickboxing match by way of a unanimous decision victory. Before withdrawing due to an injury, he was slated to compete against Superlek for the world title in the flyweight division of ONE kickboxing. Before ‘The Iron Man’ pulled out of the highly-anticipated fight for the world title, he already had his next Muay Thai match scheduled, which took place on May 5 of this year.

The Thai superstar successfully defended his flyweight Muay Thai world championship at ONE Fight Night 10: Johnson vs. Moraes III, which was broadcast on Prime Video. The fight took place in amazing fashion. The fight between the 25-year-old and the promotional newbie Edgar Tabares resulted in a knockout victory for the younger fighter in the second round. The fans in North America awarded ‘The Iron Man’ a hearty standing ovation shortly after the battle was over.

Amazon Prime Video subscribers in North America may watch the free replay of ONE Fight Night 10: Johnson vs. Moraes III for free on Amazon Prime Video.

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