He wrote in a post on Instagram: “Hello fans in Canada, I have injured my wrist, and with great regret I must once again postpone my study tour in Canada.”
“We are so excited to come to Canada and meet our fans and show you my way of training! See you in November for the most interactive training experience with The Iron Man.
The 26-year-old Thai hasn’t said much since his loss, his first in kickboxing or Muay Thai since a 2018 decision loss to Tenshin Nasukawa in Japan outside the ONE Championship promotional banner.
“Sorry everyone I couldn’t win,” he said on social media. “Finally our battle is over forever. I am sad but I will keep fighting.”
“Thank you to everyone who was there for me, whether I won or lost. Thank you,” he added in a separate Facebook post.
“I am very disappointed and sad. Believe me, the next day I will definitely be back as strong as before. Stay by my side and Muay Thai together, all fans.
Rodtang cut a miserable figure immediately after the fight, falling onto the ring steps after going through the ropes. He did not speak to the media behind the scenes, and appeared despondent at the fighter’s hotel.
“Whether you lose or win, I will always support you. I will be by your side in every turn. Keep fighting,” his wife and fellow fighter Aida Luxaykongdin wrote in her own Instagram post.