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Supergirl Determined To Show Full Capacity In Homecoming Showdown

LockerRoom Team
12 January 2023

Anna “Supergirl” Jaroonsak’s career under ONE Championship’s banner remains unblemished, but the Thai prodigy isn’t fully satisfied with her previous performance.

The youthful scrapper was last seen in January 2022 at ONE: HEAVY HITTERS in a split-decision victory over Ekaterina Vandaryeva, where the Bangkok native received a plethora of criticism after getting the nod.

The outpour of comments hurt the Jaroonsak product, and one year to the day, “Supergirl” returns in the rematch this Saturday, 14 January, at ONE Fight Night 6: Superbon vs. Allazov in a bid to turn the blood, sweat, and tears into pride and glory.

“What got me down the most was trash comments,” the 19-year-old said. “Most of the comments from foreigners were okay. But from Thai people, some comments were harsh and hurt me. I’d never felt in such a situation. I couldn’t handle those criticisms.

“I was crying like a baby. I couldn’t even watch the match. I shut myself in the room and told my sister to turn off my phone because I didn’t want to accidentally read more comments on social media.

“I try to understand everything and keep my chin up. I know we can’t control what people say. And it doesn’t bother me anymore. Anyway, it is the greatest lesson I have learned in my life. I’ve learned to select only constructive comments to improve myself more and ignore those toxic ones.”

As far as the upcoming bout with “Barbie” goes, “Supergirl” has no issues with her recent foe. Now, after a year of preparations, the 45-fight veteran has had a long time to overcome the backlash, and the comments, and wants to show her true potential.

In the eyes of the atomweight, this fight is about setting the record straight when she walks down the aisle once again in her backyard in Bangkok.

“What hurts me from the last fight was not the opponent. I don’t have any problem with ‘Barbie.’ I want the result to be crystal clear this time so there won’t be any room for arguments. It doesn’t matter if I win or lose, but it must be clear-cut,” the Muay Thai artist said.

“This time, I am so determined to put on the show. I’d like to show my full capacity.”

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