Stamp Fairtex holds both the ONE Super Series atomweight kickboxing and Muay Thai titles, but it looks as though ONE Championship has bigger plans for the Thai sensation.
ONE Championship CEO Chatri Sityodtong recently shared his thoughts on the possibility of Stamp being hoisted up onto a totally different realm of being a three-time champion with the promotion.
After visiting the Fairtex gym, where he saw Stamp in training, Sityodtong said he was “super impressed” with Fairtex’s fast-developing mixed martial arts skills.
He revealed the 21-year-old is eyeing the the women’s atomweight MMA title, currently in the hands of Angela Lee.
Fairtex claimed the ONE Women’s atomweight kickboxing title from Kai Ting Chuang in October 2018, before she dominated Janet Todd three months later at ONE: Call to Greatness to capture the inaugural women’s atomweight Muay Thai title.
Now, she wants to put her stamp on another sport and Sityodtong teased of Stamp’s debut in the ONE cage.STAMP WILL BE MAKING HER MMA DEBUT LATER THIS YEAR.
“If there is anyone who can be a world champion in Muay Thai, mixed martial arts and kickboxing at the same time, it is Stamp,” Sityodtong said.
Sityodtong also shared how two of the best camps paved the way for the brightest stars today, such as Fairtex, and expressed gratitude for “laying the foundation” for future fighters.
Stamp is currently scheduled to defend his Muay Thai title at ONE: Legendary Quest, which take place 15 June at the Baoshan Arena in Shanghai, China. She faces Alma Juniku of Australia.