Snowboard Iskola

When not delivering stunning knockouts in the spotlight of ONE Championship, "Smokin" Jo Nattawut frequently indulges in the exhilarating pursuit of racing down snow-covered mountains on his snowboard. On December 8, during U.S. primetime, the 34-year-old Thai warrior will face off against the promotional newcomer Luke "The Chef" Lessei in an eagerly anticipated featherweight Muay Thai clash at ONE Fight Night 17: Kryklia vs. Roberts, available on Prime Video. Currently in the final stages of preparation for the showdown in Bangkok, Nattawut recently shared his passion for snowboarding with, emphasizing how this recreational activity contributes to his overall development as a fighter. Despite boasting an impressive career with over 70 wins and a WMC Muay Thai World Championship, Nattawut is not confined solely to the realm of combat sports. Instead, snowboarding serves as a rejuvenating escape from the demanding training routines. Having been a resident of the United States since 2013, the Thai star discovered this hobby while living in the mountains of Colorado. His preferred spot for snowboarding, the nearly 4-mile track outside of Keystone, continues to hold a special place in Nattawut's heart. Although he no longer resides in Colorado, he remains committed to another season of snowboarding, gearing up for winter in Seattle with the acquisition of a season pass.

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