MMA superstar Stamp Fairtex has been called out by nearly every atomweight fighter on the planet. Though she’s heard all the trash talk, Stamp simply does not care, regardless of who it’s from.
The Thai-born Stamp is not bothered by highly ranked fighter ‘Hamzzang’ Ham Seo Hee either. Stamp Fairtex discussed Ham Seo Hee in a recent interview with Calf Kick Sports. The 25-year-old fighter said:
“She is a very good fighter, she’s a challenging opponent. But as I have said, I feel like everyone is trying to talk to me and not in a good way. I don’t really care about it.”
See the full interview below:
South Korea’s ‘Hamzzang’ is currently on an eight-fight win streak. She is the no.3-ranked fighter in the competitive women’s atomweight division, only behind ONE women’s atomweight world champion Angela Lee and Stamp Fairtex.
Stamp Fairtex will be working her way back to a world title shot against Lee this year, but first, she has a mixed-rules super fight to worry about.
Booked for ONE Fight Night 6 on Prime Video, which broadcasts live on January 13, the 25-year-old athlete will face ‘C18’ Anissa Meksen. The fight card will be live and free to watch for North American fans with a Prime Video subscription.
Stamp Fairtex does not care about the trash talk from Anissa Meksen
Anissa Meksen is a well-decorated striker and she has even downplayed Stamp’s abilities inside the Circle. The Thai superstar, though, is not concerned with the trash talk coming from her upcoming opponent.
While speaking to Calf Kick Sports, Stamp explained:
“I don’t really feel anything in particular. Actually, everyone does this before testing me. So I’ll just go, and we will have a fight, and we will see.”
The 25-year-old fighter added that she will be aiming for a submission finish against Meksen. She said:
“For MMA I have been focusing on takedowns … I am absolutely winning this and I will try for submission in the second round.”
In ONE Circle, Meksen and Stamp will battle in a mixed-rules super fight. Each round of their match will alternate between Muay Thai and MMA rules. Fans are eagerly awaiting this showdown booked for ONE Fight Night 6 on January 13 at Bangkok’s Impact Arena.