Stamp Fairtex made her debut on U.S. soil at ONE Fight Night 10, the very first time in her professional MMA career that she fought in the country.
She is one of the most well-known athletes in Asian combat sports, and as such, she had no choice but to participate in ONE Championship’s first-ever on-ground event held in the United States. She is one of the greatest names in Asian combat sports.
The Thai striker demonstrated that she is just as much of a superstar in the west as she is in the east live from the 1stBank Centre in Broomfield, Colorado, which was completely sold out.
She established the tone with her famous walkout, and then she followed it up like she usually does inside the Circle by knocking out Alyse Anderson with a massive body shot in the second round.
During a night that was packed with monumental occurrences, the 25-year-old left an indelible mark, becoming one of the most significant topics of conversation on the Monday after the tragedy.
She made her debut appearance on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani just a few days after ONE Fight Night 10, where she discussed her career up to this point as well as the experience of competing in the United States. Helwani was the host of the show.
She shared that she was taken aback by the kind reception that she received in Colorado, but that this wasn’t the only thing that she was able to take away from the trip.
This particular bout was full of new experiences, including the weather itself, since the fighter had to acclimatise to the new environment by spending some time in the United States before the fight. Stamp informed Helwani the following:
“Yes, I had a good time, and I got to experience snow for the very first time in Denver.”
You can see the entire interview down below:
The incredible performance that Stamp delivered versus Alyse Anderson is available for free to viewers in North America thanks to the replay of ONE Fight Night 10 that is available on Prime Video.