Stamp Fairtex has competed in matches before in the United States, most notably the ONE Championship “Century” event that took place in Tokyo, Japan in 2019 when she defeated 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 the women’s atomicweight bout, stealing the show.
Though he completely destroyed Anderson in the bout, Stamp received support from the boisterous crowd inside the sold-out 1stBank Center on multiple occasions. The Denver crowd was already in a frenzy when the Thai megastar approached the stage for her presentation.
Stamp Fairtex shared his excitement at the prospect of fighting again in the US in his interview with Ariel Helwani on The MMA Hour, revealing that he’s had an enjoyable experience during his past fights in the US and is looking forward to the opportunity to compete there once more
“I loved fighting in America. The downfall was that I had to go there [early]before at least a month, to three weeks, which is long enough for me, but I would go back to America again,” he said, according to a item at sportskeeda.com
- Stamp Fairtex adjusted effortlessly to life in Colorado prior to her fight against Alyse Anderson, despite having to travel there weeks prior to the fight.
- His ability to acclimate to mile-high status was evident, as he shared regular updates of his adventures on social media.
- As a former ONE Atomic Weight Muay Thai and Kickboxing World Champion, Stamp is no stranger to traveling and training in new environments, and her positive attitude has come through during her time in Colorado.
While Stamp took her time to enjoy herself, she still worked hard in the months leading up to her fight with Anderson, which gave her another highlight win to add to her long win list. The victory also gave Stamp the opportunity to face South Korean superstar Ham Seo Hee for ONE’s Interim Women’s Atomicweight World Championship.
Stamp Fairtex loves to fight again in the USA
A skilled Thai competitor in Muay Thai and mixed martial arts is called Stamp Fairtex. By the time Stamp was 18, he had won numerous sports titles. Stamp started learning Muay Thai when he was just 5 years old.
He made his professional mixed martial arts debut 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 sizable social media following, Stamp is a licensed personal trainer and fitness instructor.