ByAmy Kaplan, writer at Creators.co
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Tenshin Nasukawa now has the same amount of wins as years he's been alive. The 18-year-old prodigy has added the 18th win (and 14th KO) to his record after defeating his opponent, the former IBF world champion Amnat Ruenroeng, in a kickboxing match this weekend.

Nasukawa made his MMA debut at Rizin in December where he won two fights in two days — first against Nikita Sapun via a first round KO, and then against Dylan Oligo via his first ever MMA submission. He's set for his third MMA fight this April.

But in-between, he's staying busy by competing in Muay Thai and kickboxing matches — like the one above.

Nasukawa faked a knee, then threw a slick left hook to his opponents liver to stop the fight, proving he is a fighter we should all keep our eyes on.

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