They are humble, yet heroic. They are strong, but at the same time they are kind. Their souls only ignite when the fight is on. Other than that the fire inside is used to melt away the notion that great fighters must be violent and aggressive. Smiles. Their weapon of choice outside of the ring. However, their meekness should not be confused for weakness. They are born warriors. It is efficiency, I believe. Just as no energy is wasted in muaythai on unnecessary movements and spasms, no breath is wasted on words that carry no weight. It is about action. They run. They train. And they fight.