Multiple-time Muay Thai World Champion Yodpanomrung Jitmuangnon was not always the elite athlete we see today. In stark contrast, he was a lazy child who preferred playing video games to training. In an effort to get him to become more active, Yodpanomrung’s father sent him to a Muay Thai camp when he was 9 years old, and although he liked it at first, he tried to quit training just three years later.
Fortunately, his father persuaded him to be patient and continue with his Muay Thai journey, and it turned out to be a life-changing decision. Yodpanomrung grew to love Muay Thai again when he realized he could make a living and support his family with it, and he became incredibly successful in the ring.
Despite his young age, he has already won over 200 professional bouts and claimed multiple World Titles along the way, including WPMF, WMC, and Omnoi Stadium Muay Thai World Championships. Yodpanomrung is thrilled to be representing his country and national martial art on the globe stage, and hopes to become well-known around the world by making a name for himself in ONE Super Series.