‘Wondergirl’ and ‘Supergirl’ Jaroonsak sisters kick into high gear during workout

Two of the fiercest strikers in women’s Muay Thai happen to be sisters Nat and Anna Jaroonsak, better known in the combat sports world as ‘Wondergirl’ and ‘Supergirl’, who have been training Muay Thai since their younger age. Learning from their father Jaroon Chanthasri, a former Sor Vorapin fighter, the two took the Muay Thai world by storm with their world class speed and striking.

The ONE Championship Instagram account recently gave fans a glimpse into the sisters’ training. In the video, “Wondergirl” and “Supergirl” take turns kicking and kneeling with pinpoint precision.

“Sisters Nat “Wondergirl” Jaroonsak & Anna “Supergirl” Jaroonsak Stay KICKIN'”

The two sisters made their ONE Championship debuts in 2020, just a month apart, with “Wondergirl” in August and her sister “Supergirl” in September.

It didn’t take long for the two to make a big impression. Nat Jaroonsak knocked out opponent Brooke Farrell in just 81 seconds. What’s even more impressive is that she returned to ring ONE a week later and picked up her second straight win, defeating KC Carlos in the second round of their contest.

Not to be outdone, “Supergirl” Anna Jaroonsak earned a first-round TKO against opponent Milagros Lopez in her ONE Championship debut. ‘Supergirl’ was only 16 at the time. Anna Jaroonsak has competed once since her debut, facing Belarusian “Barbie” Ekaterina Vandaryeva at ONE: Heavy Hitters in January this year.

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‘Wondergirl’ Nat Jaroonsak switches to mixed martial arts

With more than 50 victories in Muay Thai to his credit, Nat Jaroonsak had nothing more to prove. After a brief but successful run in the ONE Super Series, Jaroonsak decided to pursue mixed martial arts.

Back at his home gym, Jaroonsak began training for his first foray into MMA. Believing that ONE Championship just wanted her to compete in Muay Thai, Jaroonsak was pleasantly surprised when the organization offered her the opportunity to compete in MMA on the biggest combat sports stage in the world.

During an interview with Black Belt Magazine, Jaroonsak said:

“I’ve been waiting for this for years. Finally my dream is coming true. I thought I was going to start MMA with a small promotion first, but then I got the chance to fight in ONE. This is amazing. I take it.”

ONE Championship took a chance and Jaroonsak did not disappoint. She scored an 82-second armbar submission over undefeated Indian fighter Zeba Bano at ONE 157 in May.

You can’t ask for a much better start than this.

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Kristen T. Prall