Height: 5'5" / 165 cm Weight: 135 lbs/ 61 kg
Age: 32 Team: Selapak/ Fight for Good
Chan Rothana is a talented Kun Khmer specialist and a Cambodian native. He has established himself as a deadly striker in the ONE Championship Flyweight and Bantamweight division having earned many of his victories through TKOs.
Height: 5'6" / 167 cm Weight: 135 lbs/ 61 kg
Age: 33 Team: Team PT / Fight for Good
Shunichi Shimizu grew up in Tokyo, Japan and started learning judo at the age of 15, a decision influenced by his father. After 5 years of training, he transitioned to MMA as PRIDE MMA started to gain popularity. Inspired by Hideo Tokoro for his techniques and speed in grappling, Shunichi soon became a submission artist and won most of his wins on the ground and was nicknamed "The Rolling Star".
He achieved the title BushidoFC World Champion and is currently training Lethwei in Yangon with Team PT to improve his MMA by adapting the fast paced Myanmar traditional martial art. In his 2018 debut Lethwei match he took World Champion Tun Lwin Moe to a 5 round draw.
He is giving back by teaching the young generation about judo and grappling to improve their MMA skills. His love for travelling has brought him many places around the world and led him to the team members of Team PT/Fight For Good.
MMA Record: 32W - 11D - 21L
Height: 5'8" / 173 cm Weight: 134 lbs/ 61 kg
Age: 25 Team: Team PT / Fight for Good
Born in Loikaw, Kayah, Sai Nyan Lin entered the world of martial arts at a young age practicing karate and was soon recruited by Myanmar Karatedo Federation. Two years after moving to Yangon for his karate training, Sai Nyan Lin was introduced to fellow MMA fighter Phoe Thaw and soon found himself training for MMA full time.
Karate Black Belt (2nd Dan)
Myanmar -75kg Champion (2015-2017)
2015 SEAKF Open Championship (Bronze)
2-2 in ONE Warrior Series MMA
Height: 5’1” / 155 cm Weight: 115 lbs / 52 kg
Date of birth: 21 May 1995
Fighting Style: Boxing, Kickboxing,
Team: Bali MMA
Hometown/State: Loikaw, Kayah, Myanmar
Toto grew up in rural Loikaw, Kayah, and has always dreamed of moving to the big city and travelling abroad. To pursue this, she took her chance at boxing at the age of 16. Soon after she was recruited to train for and compete in the 2013 SEA Games in Naypyidaw.
Her childhood dream was then realized when it eventually led her to become a boxing coach at a gym in the city of Yangon. In 2018, she debuted in ONE Championship and scored the fastest knockout in women’s history under just 24 seconds. She was then able to move abroad to train at Bali MMA for her professional MMA career. Although her childhood dreams have been achieved, she now have even bigger aspirations as she trains to challenge tougher opponents and earn bigger glories.
Height: 5'5" / 165 cm Weight: 126 lbs/ 57 kg
Age: 20 Team: Team PT / Fight for Good
As the youngest member of Fight For Good, Swan started his lethwei career at the age of 9. He sees the art of nine limbs as a heritage that has been passed down from one generation to the next and is deeply honored to be able to participate in it. Although he came from humble beginnings, Swan has led an impressive lethwei career and earned the mentorship of Phoe Thaw. He hopes to earn a belt fighting mixed martial arts in his weight division.
2016 Myanmar Lethwei Championship (Gold)
2019 Myanmar Boxing Championship (Gold)
Height: 5'6" / 168 cm Weight: 143 lbs/ 65 kg
Age: 23 Team: Team PT / Fight for Good
Tauk Shar grew up helping his family with work in the farm in Mae Kadan village in western Bago division. His interest in martial arts started from viewing Lethwei matches on the television as a teenager. Through
Lethwei, he met Fight For Good’s Phoe
Thaw, and was soon involved in training Mixed Martial Arts at Team PT. Tauk Shar’s goal is to one day earn a belt of his own.
Height: 5'2" / 157 cm Weight: 110 lbs/ 50 kg
Team: Team PT / Fight for Good
Born in Pwaykalay village in Myawaddy district of Kayin State, Eh Eh frequently had to move during her childhood to avoid conflicts in the region. She was introduced to judo at the age of 14 and was recruited for the SEA Games after three months. Eh Eh practices many forms of martial arts including bando, vovinam, ssireum and lethwei.
Lethwei Record: 5W - 5D - 0L
MMA Record 3-0
Myanmar National Lethwei Champion Female 48-50kg - 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018