Besides capturing the IBC Featherweight Championship, Victorio Senduk competed in wushu at the Southeast Asian Games, medaling in 2007 and 2011. He first began training in karate at age 14, and within three short years, proved talented and diligent enough to become a professional martial artist.
In 2003, Senduk saw a local Indonesian martial arts promotion on TV, and became interested in testing his skills in the cage. With this goal in mind, he decided to begin training in other disciplines as well to become a more complete competitor. His run of success in the cage as well as in the wushu arena brought him to the attention of ONE Championship, and he soon achieved his dream of competing on the global stage by making a successful debut at ONE’s inaugural Indonesia event in 2012.
After continuing his perfect record competing in regional events, Senduk is thrilled to once again be competing in the world’s largest martial arts organization, and sharpens his skills every day in pursuit of international glory.