WKA British Champion Andrew Miller was first exposed to combat sports when he started wrestling at the age of 8, following in the footsteps of his father, who had placed fifth at the Commonwealth Games in the sport.
When he was 18 years old, Miller discovered Muay Thai after being invited to try it out at a gym with a friend, and he was hooked instantly. He trained hard for a year before stepping into the ring to compete for the very first time, and then he turned professional after just one amateur bout. He went on to compete extensively across the United Kingdom, winning an SPMF Scottish Championship and a WKA British Title before relocating to Thailand in 2015 to take his Muay Thai training to the next level.
There, Miller went on to compete against the very biggest names in Thailand, with perhaps his biggest win being a TKO over Rungravee Sasiprapa in March 2017. He is excited to face the best strikers in the world in ONE Super Series, and he already has his eye on the ONE Bantamweight Muay Thai World Championship.