ONE Fight Night 14 Virtual Press Conference

ONE Championship™ (ONE) athletes who are set to compete at ONE Fight Night 14: Stamp vs. Ham answered questions from the media in a faceoff session at the ONE Fight Night 14 Virtual Press Conference ahead of the blockbuster event this Friday night.

Stamp Fairtex, ONE Women’s Interim Atomweight World Title Contender:

Legacy with the Belt:

“Securing this world championship would place me as the first female to claim titles in three disciplines: Muay Thai, Kickboxing, and MMA. This achievement will not only increase my fanbase but also inspire women everywhere, proving that with determination, anyone can reach such heights.”

Lessons from Angela Lee Fight:

“My bout with Angela Lee shifted my focus intensely towards MMA, particularly BJJ. The anxiety I felt then taught me the importance of emotional balance, and the need to remain poised for the fight.”

Training Plans in the US:

“The warm reception from the US audience was heartening. I relished training with the local squad earlier, and I hope to establish a gym in the US someday. Should ONE Championship tour the US again, I’d jump at the chance to train alongside local female athletes and learn from them.”

New Entrance Performance:

“To be honest, I’m not certain about the song I’ll use and haven’t practiced a lot, so fans should expect a surprise on the event day.”

Ham Seo Hee, ONE Women’s Interim Atomweight World Title Contender:

Strategy Against Stamp’s Striking:

“Stamp is renowned for her impactful kicks, but I’m confident in my defensive skills. So far, I’ve effectively countered such tactics and foresee no challenges on that front.”

Experience Edge in MMA:

“Experience is vital in MMA. With considerably more MMA bouts under my belt than Stamp, I genuinely feel I hold a distinct advantage in our upcoming fight.”

Significance of the ONE Title:

“Winning the ONE Championship title is the pinnacle of my aspirations. It represents the singular goal I’ve pursued, and capturing it would fulfill my ultimate dream.”

Danielle Kelly, ONE Women’s Atomweight Submission Grappling World Title Contender:

Proving Ground Against Jessa:

“While I acknowledge being the underdog in the past, times change and fighters evolve. I’m eager to present an exhilarating bout and showcase my enhancements.”

Jessa’s Progress Since Their Last Bout:

“Jessa has evolved in all aspects. I avoid fixating on a single strength to prevent oversight elsewhere. Training for every possible scenario is essential at this advanced level. I’m prepping for an exhilarating fight.”

On Leading an All-Female Main Event:

“Headlining this all-women’s card is exhilarating, especially considering the magnitude of the title. Having trained since I was ten, I recognize the importance of this fight for upcoming generations. This event, with its global visibility, is a fantastic platform for promoting women in combat sports.”

Jessa Khan, ONE Women’s Atomweight Submission Grappling World Title Contender:

ONE’s Future in Promoting Jiu-Jitsu:

“ONE Championship is excellently championing martial arts, including Jiu-Jitsu. The increasing platform for women is admirable. As Danielle and I gear up for a historical women’s Jiu-Jitsu title match, I hope our performance sets the stage for the sport’s growth.”

Jiu-Jitsu’s Momentum in the US:

“Jiu-Jitsu’s evolution in the US is commendable, with a rise in elite competitors. My hope is that our bouts inspire its continuous global expansion.”

Being Part of an All-Female Main Event:

“This event is historic. Whichever one of us secures the win, it will undoubtedly benefit the next wave of female Jiu-Jitsu athletes. Recognition and opportunities for women in the sport are expanding, and I envision an even brighter future.”