Top 5 Knockouts | ONE: NO SURRENDER Athletes

ONE: No Surrender is right around the corner. ONE Championship's return event is slated for July 31 in Bangkok, and it features a high-dose of striking action. Six bouts line the card with two mixed martial arts contests and four ONE Super Series matches.

World Champions Rodtang Jitmuangnon and Petchmorakot Petchyindee Academy are set to defend their gold against top-notch contenders Petchdam Petchyindee Academy and Yodsanklai IWE Fairtex respectively.

Also, in action, Stamp Fairtex returns to the mixed martial arts world in an attempt to keep her undefeated record spotless against undefeated countrywoman Sunisa Srisen.

Enjoy this look back at the top athletes competing on the card with the Top 5 Knockouts from ONE: No Surrender warriors. Included in the video is Stamp Fairtex's scintillating head kick KO over Rashi Shinde, and Rodtang's incredible TKO over Jonathan Haggerty.

The highlights showcase the bout-ending speed and power these high-level athletes possess. ONE: No Surrender should be a showcase of the elite technique at the top-level of martial arts.

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