Rajadamnern Stadium Muay Thai World Champion Yodlekpet T-ded 99 grew up as a fan of Muay Thai after watching the sport regularly with his father. He began his own training at the age of 10 at a smaller camp in his home province of Roi Et. Yodlekpet realized that his bout purses could help support his family, so after cleaning out the opposition in his local area, he moved to Bangkok and joined the T-ded 99 camp when he was just 16 years old.
Yodlekpet went on to win over 100 times in the ring, and even claimed a Rajadamnern Stadium World Title in 2017. He is known for his incredibly aggressive style where he constantly moves forward to land punches, elbows, and low kicks to inflict maximum damage on his opponent.
Aptly nicknamed “The Destroyer,” he has already made his mark in the biggest stadiums in Thailand, and is now ready to introduce himself to a global audience. He recognizes the enormous opportunity ONE Super Series represents, and is determined to seize his chance at international fame and glory.