Mardsua is a big name on the muaythai scene winning many accolades along his journey and rising to fame in 2012. Representing Thailand, Mardsua began training at a very young age where his talent was quickly recognised and he began fighting on local shows.
Mardsua has a massive fan base in Hong Kong as he has been crowned the WMC I-1 champion many times and holds notable wins over Antoine Pinto, John Wayne Parr and Jordan Watson to name a few.
Mardsua shot to fame when he entered the WMC sanctioned TV show the Challenger where he was put in a house alongside 16 other contestants, battling it out each week through a series of gruelling challenges and fights by process of elimination.
Mardsua made it to the final to face UK superstar Jordan Watson, winning the fight and securing 100.000 usd as well as the WMC belt at the Stadium Negara in Kuala Lumpur.
Mardsua truly is an example of someone who’s hard work has paid off, growing from a local fighter to an international superstar. Kudos to you from all at the WMC.