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Stamp Fairtex ecstatic at possibility of competing in the US again

Stamp Fairtex has already competed in matches in the US, most notably at the ONE Championship event “Century” that took place in Tokyo, Japan in 2019, when she won over Janet Todd to win the ONE Championship Atomweight Kickboxing World Championship.

Stamp Fairtex made a memorable impact at ONE Fight Night 10: Johnson vs. Moraes III on Prime Video, stunning the audience with a spectacular knockout victory over Alyse Anderson in their women’s atomweight matchup, stealing the show.

Even though she absolutely destroyed Anderson during the bout, Stamp received support from the raucous crowd inside the sold-out 1stBank Centre on multiple occasions. The Denver audience was already in a frenzy when the Thai megastar approached the stage for her introduction.

Stamp Fairtex shared her excitement for the prospect of fighting in the United States again in her interview with Ariel Helwani on The MMA Hour, revealing that she had an enjoyable experience during her past fights in the US and is eagerly anticipating the opportunity to compete there once more

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“I loved fighting in America. The downfall of it was I had to go there [early], before at least a month, for three weeks, which is quite a long time for me, but I would go back to America again”, she said, according to an article on sportskeeda.com

  • Stamp Fairtex effortlessly adapted to life in Colorado ahead of her fight against Alyse Anderson, despite having to travel there weeks prior to the bout.
  • Her ability to acclimate to the mile-high state was apparent, as she shared regular updates of her adventures on social media.
  • As a former ONE atomweight Muay Thai and kickboxing world champion, Stamp is no stranger to travelling and training in new environments, and her positive attitude shone through during her time in Colorado.
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Even though Stamp took her time enjoying herself, she still worked hard in the months preceding her fight with Anderson, which gave her another highlight-reel victory to add to her long list of victories. The victory also gave Stamp the opportunity to face South Korean superstar Ham Seo Hee for the interim women’s atomweight world championship of ONE.

Stamp Fairtex loves fighting in the US again

A skilled Muay Thai and mixed martial arts competitor from Thailand is named Stamp Fairtex. By the time Stamp was 18 years old, she had won numerous sports titles. Stamp started learning Muay Thai when she was just 5 years old.

She debuted in mixed martial arts professionally in 2018, soon gained notoriety, and won the titles of ONE Championship Atomweight Muay Thai and Kickboxing World Champion. She is renowned for her power, finesse, and determination to strike opponents. In addition to her substantial social media following, Stamp is a licensed personal trainer and fitness instructor.

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