Jordan Watson, the pretty boy of English muaythai, is proudly representing the United Kingdom at the King’s Cup 2010.

Jordan, a true ambassador in the art of muaythai, has been competing since the age of 6 years old, starting his career as the English Junior Champion.

Jordan is known for his technical abilities and ‘never die’ attitude, as well as for his blessing character.

Jordan said: “I may be the smallest in weight, but I am the biggest at heart and King’s Cup is not just about muaythai. In football it used to be every player’s dream to play once in a lifetime at Wembley, in muaythai it is everyone’s dream to fight once at the King’s birthday”.

He went on stating: “Every fighter in the event is a superstar in their own rights, and regardless who ends up winning the trophy, we will all fight with honour and pride”.