The 'Tonga Muscle Man', which became a hot topic at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics and the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, appeared again at the Tokyo Olympics today (23rd).

Pita Taupatofua (Taekwondo) of Tonga, who entered the 122nd entry at the opening ceremony held at the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo, Japan this evening, entered the opening ceremony as a jockey with oil on her upper body, exposing her shiny muscles.

At the Rio Olympics five years ago, Taupatofua became a hot topic among sports fans around the world by waving the Tonga flag while showing off her muscles at the Rio Olympics. was considered a 'star'.

According to 'MyInfo', a website that provides official information about the event, Taupatofua attended the opening ceremony today and said, "I want to inspire young people to become Olympic athletes of the future."

As if keeping the Corona 19 situation in mind, he emphasized, "We are at sunset now, but after this time the sun will surely rise again."