Original title: The most beautiful volleyball vice attack revealed a new identity! Once a flower shop owner, now he dabbles in the e-sports industry
The first women's team of King of Glory was established earlier this month. In the team named "Fire Leopard", the name of the former national player Xue Ming of the Chinese women's volleyball team is impressive. She will serve as the team's news guide and will join the team in 2021 KGL League of the year. The e-sports industry is already the Nth project of Xue Ming's career. From the initial professional volleyball player, to the later flower shop owner, to the e-sports ranks, Xue Ming may devote himself to more projects in the future.
Xue Ming, who is 193cm tall, comes from the Beijing Women's Volleyball Team. She was nicknamed "Xiao Ruirui" when she debuted. Her offense was mainly short and flat at the 3rd position. Her offensive lines were varied and she habitually used long-term back zone smash Mainly, the Chinese women’s volleyball team was the strongest in the Beijing Olympic cycle in the blocking link. The most impressive was that the last goal of the quarter-finals of the 2008 Beijing Olympics was the last goal that blocked the Russian heavy gunner Gamova, bringing the Chinese women’s volleyball team into 4 strong ranks.
Xue Ming first entered the national team in 2005, but it was not obvious in the first two years of the Beijing Olympic cycle. It was not until 2007 that he teamed up with Ma Yunwen to become a secondary attacker. Ma Yunwen is accustomed to running back-flight at position 2, and later Xue Ming also strengthened his running at position 2. This strength of blocking makes Xue Ming the strongest offensive in the Beijing Olympic cycle.
However, a major regret in Xue Ming's life is that he failed to win the world championship in the three major competitions. There was only a bronze medal in the Beijing Olympics, and the number of medals was even one less than that of his friend Wang Yimei. Xue Ming, who was still the main force of the national team in 2011, was found to have a premature heartbeat at the beginning of the training camp, and reluctantly withdrew from the national team. The main position was also replaced by Yang Junjing, and eventually missed the World Cup bronze medal. Xue Ming, who quickly faded out of the national team, retired after playing for a league match in Beijing.