Ty Dolla Sign Says He's 'Feeling Great' After Skateboarding Accident, Praises Muay Thai Star Rodtang

"He's the man, bro! He's one of the most talented out there."

By Jesse Rowe | December 8, 2022

Ty Dolla Sign says he's feeling great after having a scary fall in a skateboarding accident last week that left the hip hop star hospitalized. Luckily, from the looks and sound of things, Ty is on the mend and even back to performing for fans, while also taking the time to dish out some love to one of the biggest MMA stars on the planet in the process.

Inside Fighting's Andrew Capucetti caught up with the "Still Sippin" rapper who was leaving dinner in Beverly HIlls, when he was asked about how he was feeling after wiping out on his skateboard.

For those who don't know, Ty took to his Instagram stories last week and posted a photo of himself in the hospital as well as a note to fans saying he was "knocked out for a few" after falling off his board, but that he is back to normal and officially being released back out into the world.

Sounds pretty scary and potentially very serious, but based on his answer to our questions, Ty leaves us no reason to be concerned.

"Feeling great man, thank you."

Now, since this is a combat sports news company, we couldn't help but notice and point out that Ty follows ONE Championship superstar Rodtang Jitmuangnon on his Instagram account. So we had to ask how that relationship came about or if Ty is just a fan of the Muay Thai legend's skillset.

"He's the man, bro! He's one of the most talented out there."

Pretty cool to see Ty showing love to an international fighter who primarily only takes on fights in Asia. But it just goes to show how much the popularity of mixed martial arts has grown worldwide over the last decade.

Glad to see you're feeling better, Ty.

Get ready for fireworks.

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