“Determination Pays Off” – Anna “Supergirl Jaroonsak” Wants to Inspire the Next Generation of Fighters

Published 10/30/2023, 9:15 AM EDT

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Anna ‘Supergirl’ Jaroonsak has seen her star rise to incredible heights in ONE Championship. Now, she hopes that aspiring fighters can find inspiration in her success. At ONE Fight Night 16: Haggerty vs. Andrade on Friday, November 3, the Thai star will have a chance to add to her accomplishments.

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She takes on Spanish striker Cristina Morales in an atomweight kickboxing showdown inside the iconic Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand. Jaroonsak already has a combined total of 40 wins in Muay Thai and kickboxing competition. Further, her three wins in four outings in the world’s largest martial arts organization has helped her become a global superstar.

Anna ‘Supergirl’ Jaroonsak about her rise in ONE Championship

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“It was unexpected,” the 19-year-old told ONE, when asked about her rise in the sport. “I only knew I was doing my best in every fight. I fight big, even in a very small event. When I got to fight overseas, I was already on top of the world. I never stayed at a luxury hotel before, but I had a chance during that time. I was already so happy because of that. Being in ONE Championship is beyond a dream. I’m very proud of who I have become.”

Having started in the world of martial arts at a young age, Jaroonsak understands how difficult it is to excel. But through her relentless spirit to unleash greatness, she overcame the odds and is now among the stars competing in the global stage of ONE Championship.

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An inspiration for the upcoming generation of fighters!

As ‘Supergirl’ prepares to continue her quest for a World Championship in her upcoming fight, she hopes her journey will help inspire others to pursue their dreams and work through the challenges they face.

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“I want the younger generation to see how determination pays off,” she said. “I have [came from] humble beginnings – I started right at my home, a small space, no fancy equipment.” Further, she talked about her early fighting career. “I didn’t go to a big, famous gym yet I am here now, I want them to see that everything takes time, but you’ll get where you want to be if you don’t give up.”

Do you think Jaroonsak can continue her impressive run in the pioneer MMA promotion? Let us know in the comments below.

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Sushant Sharma

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Sushant Sharma is a senior writer at EssentiallySports. With over 500 articles to his name, he is an authority on the sport of MMA and the UFC. This experienced content writer has been following the sport since 2016 and is a practitioner himself.
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