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Rodtang Jitmuangnon, Yodsanklai IWE Fairtex, Stamp Fairtex Discuss Upcoming Fights at ONE: NO SURRENDER

Stamp, Yodsanklai,and Rodtang break down their respective ONE No Surrender fights

ONE Surrender

Before they step into the ONE Championship ring on Friday, July 31st in Bangkok, ONE Flyweight Muay Thai World Titlist Rodtang Jitmuangnon, Muay Thai great Yodsanklai IWE Fairtex, and ONE Atomweight Muay Thai World Titlist Stamp Fairtex talk about their upcoming contests for ONE: NO SURRENDER.

Rodtang defends his ONE World Title against rival Petchdam Petchyindee Academy in the top of the marquee attraction. The legend Yodsanklai challenges Petchmorakot Petchyindee Academy for the ONE Featherweight Muay Thai World Title. Stamp returns to MMA action and takes on newcomer Sunisa Srisen.


Here’s what each martial artist had to say ahead of their respective match ups:

ONE Surrender

Rodtang Jitmuangnon said: “What can I say? I believe I am tougher than he (Petchdam) is. I studied his recent training, and I can say Petchdam has made a lot of improvements since the last two times I fought him. But I think his style is still going toe-to-toe. I can move backward, forward, and with powerful punches. This style has brought me victories. I’m going to knock him out. I know he has many trainers helping to prepare him for this fight. He really wants my belt. But we’re using 4oz. gloves for this one. My power will bring me victory. Anytime I compete, I always want the fans to have fun and be excited. I want this fight to be one of the most memorable for all the fans, for me and for Petchdam.”

Yodsanklai IWE Fairtex said: “This is a tough championship fight and I need a belt on my shoulder. It will be my honor to win the ONE World Title. ONE Super Series is the biggest global stage I’ve ever performed on in my career. I know I am much older than he is, but I don’t think age is a disadvantage here. My experience will provide me the victory. I want to invite everyone to watch this fight, it’s going to be special.”

Stamp Fairtex said: “I am so excited to be in the ring again. I’ve waited such a long time for this moment. I want to continue improving my skills in mixed martial arts, that’s why I took this fight. But of course, the title I lost to Janet Todd is still on my mind. I’m hungry to get revenge there too. Sunisa [Srisen] is a friendly girl and kind of a younger sister to me. I think she’s good in Judo and her ground game. My strength is in striking, however, I think I have more experience. I’m going for the knockout.”

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