A sport native to Southeast Asia, sepak takraw (kick volleyball) varies from the similar sport of footvolley with its use of a rattan ball. In sepak, players are only allowed to use their feet, knee, chest, and head to touch the ball. Such mechanics require skills and athletic expertise, making for a thrilling match as seen in the video.
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Mistakenly labeling the game as “chinlone” (a variation of sepak takraw which is not competitive), Leduc, the self-proclaimed “King of Lethwei”(which refers to the Burmese fighting style), wrote:
“Holy shit! These guys have insane skills!” Rogan wrote in his post which has since been viewed over 2.2 million times.
In hopes of landing an interview on Rogan’s popular podcast to discuss lethwei and Myanmar, Leduc reportedly asked his followers in a now-deleted post to bombard Rogan to request him about it, Coconuts Media reports.