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ONE Flyweight Muay Thai World Champion Rodtang "The Iron Man" Jitmuangnon is special. The Thai star is a talent we rarely see in martial arts, and it is why fans gravitate toward him.

"The Iron Man" is undefeated on ONE Championship's global stage and has put on some of the most memorable performances in ONE Super Series action.

Perhaps most notably has been his victories over Jonathan Haggerty.

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ONE Championship has begun the week with a big announcement regarding the signing of three outstanding athletes from China.

Joining the promotion will be Qiu Jianliang, "The Prince" Banma Duoji, and "The Warrior" Zhang Lipeng.

Qiu Jianliang is widely considered one of the top kickboxers in the world, and he will join the deep waters of ONE Super Series in a bid for bantamweight glory.

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Nong-O Gaiyanghadao has reigned over the bantamweight Muay Thai division in ONE Championship since 2019 and has successfully defended the belt on four occasions. However, a new challenger has come onto the ONE Super Series scene.

The highly-anticipated debut of Tawanchai P.K. Saenchai Muaythaigym came at ONE: Dangal, and the world-class striker ended the bout exactly as he had foreseen. In the third round, Tawanchai connected with a brilliant head kick that sent Irishman Sean Clancy to the mat.

After the dominant showcase, Tawanchai immediately made his presence felt and announced himself as a top contender in the stacked bantamweight division.

Will he be the one to topple the legend of Nong-O?

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On Friday, June 11, ONE Championship returned with ONE: Full Blast II, a previously recorded event.

The four-bout card featured two ONE Super Series matchups along with two mixed martial arts contests. In all four battles, athletes put on performances that grabbed the attention of their respective divisions.

Did you miss anything from ONE: Full Blast II? Here is a breakdown of how the action went down and who came out on top in Singapore.

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