Stamp Fairtex vs. Janet Todd set for ONE Super Series Muay Thai World Championship bout in Singapore
ONE Championship heads back home to Singapore for the first time in 2019 with a massive world title bout on deck, as reigning ONE Super Series Kickboxing Atomweight World Champion Stamp Fairtex of Thailand attempts to become a two-sport world champion when she meets American Janet Todd for the vacant ONE Super Series Muay Thai Atomweight World Championship at ONE: CALL TO GREATNESS on Friday, 22 February.
One of Thailand’s fastest-rising martial arts stars, 21-year old Stamp made a name for herself as a Muay Thai star, amassing an 80-bout professional record and winning a number of regional championships.
In 2018, Stamp made her mixed martial arts debut via the ONE Warrior Series, knocking out Rashi Shinde via head kick in just 19 seconds, earning her a contract with the Singaporean-based martial arts promotion.
Later that year, Stamp made her ONE debut, this time via the ONE Super Series, challenging Kai Ting Chuang for the ONE Super Series Kickboxing Atomweight World Championship.
In front of a home country crowd in Bangkok, Thailand, Stamp outstruck Kai for five rounds to win via unanimous decision and become a world champion in her first bout with the promotion.
Now, she has the opportunity to become ONE’s first-ever two-sport world champion, but to do that, she will first have to go through a tough contender in Todd.
The 32-year old amateur Muay Thai standout has over 30 bouts on her resume and has won championships with the WBC as well as medals with the IFMA.
In her debut, much like Stamp, Todd has the massive opportunity to capture the most prestigious prize in the industry.
ONE: CALL FOR GREATNESS will also feature a pair of ONE Lightweight World Grand Prix quarterfinal matchups, as Amir Khan meets Ariel Sexton and Ev Ting faces Saygid Guseyn Arslalaliev.
The winners will advance into the semifinals and move one step closer to a shot at the ONE Lightweight World Championship.