Stamp Wins Vacant ONE Women’s Atomweight MMA World Title With TKO Finish of Ham Seo Hee

ONE Championship™ lit up the Singapore Indoor Stadium with a card that’ll be talked about for ages. The highlight? ONE Fight Night 14: Stamp vs. Ham which boasted three world title fights. These included the ONE Women’s Atomweight MMA World Title, the ONE Women’s Strawweight Muay Thai World Title, and the debut of the ONE Women’s Atomweight Submission Grappling World Title.

The powerhouses at ONE Championship, along with the renowned luxury performance brand TUMI, rolled out the red carpet (or rather, the championship belt) for our new World Champions.

Main Showdown: Stamp Fairtex clinched the ONE Women’s Atomweight MMA World Title in a breathtaking finish, sending Ham Seo Hee to the canvas with a TKO in round three. With Angela Lee leaving the belt up for grabs right before the fight, both fighters felt the pressure. The first round was cautious, but by the second, it was evident both fighters were there to win. After surviving a knockdown, Stamp almost ended the fight with an armbar. But it was in round three when Stamp secured her place in the ONE history books, dropping Ham with a body shot and follow-up flurry.

The Surprise Act: Youth met experience as 18-year-old Smilla Sundell defended her ONE Women’s Strawweight Muay Thai World Title against Allycia Hellen Rodrigues. Sundell, nicknamed “The Hurricane,” weathered an early storm but turned the tables with a shaking left hook. The young Swede continued her onslaught, sealing the deal with a TKO.

The Grappling Galore: Danielle Kelly won the first-ever ONE Women’s Atomweight Submission Grappling World Title. Her match against Jessa Khan, a rematch everyone was watching, was electric. The two seemed evenly matched, but Kelly took command and cinched a unanimous decision win after an engaging ground game.

Punch-Out Extravaganza: Xiong Jing Nan brought down Muay Thai sensation Nat “Wondergirl” Jaroonsak in a striking-focused bout. Xiong, revisiting her boxing background (but with those petite 4-ounce gloves), peppered Nat with varied punches. The end? A third-round TKO for Xiong, proving her striking skills are second to none.

The Classic Duel: Former ONE Bantamweight MMA World Champion John Lineker clashed with #2 bantamweight MMA contender Stephen Loman in a make-or-break fight. Loman attempted to control the pace with range kicks, but Lineker’s raw power dominated, earning him a unanimous decision win.

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ONE Fight Night 14 saw iconic partnerships, including Stage Front VIP, Monster Energy, TUMI, and Fairtex. Each brought their own unique flavor, whether it was in the stadium or right there in the Circle, or exclusive content streamed worldwide.

Star Performances: Stamp Fairtex, Smilla Sundell, and Asa Ten Pow, all taking home a cool US$50,000. Now that’s a respectable payday!

ONE Fight Night 14 Complete Results

Stamp Fairtex defeats Ham Sea Hee via TKO (referee stoppage) at 1:04 of round three to claim the ONE Women’s Atomweight MMA World Title

Smilla Sundell defeats Allycia Hellen Rodrigues via TKO (referee stoppage) at 2:58 of round three to retain the ONE Women’s Strawweight Muay Thai World Title

Danielle Kelly defeats Jessa Khan via unanimous decision to claim the ONE Women’s Atomweight Submission Grappling World Title

Xiong Jing Nan defeats Nat Jaroonsak via TKO (referee stoppage) at 2:42 of round three (Striking Special Rules – catchweight 129 lbs)

John Lineker defeats Stephen Loman via unanimous decision (MMA – bantamweight)

Dmitry Menshikov defeats Rungrawee Sitsongpeenong via KO (punch combo) at 2:41 of round one (Muay Thai – lightweight)

Eduard Folayang defeats Amir Khan via KO (punch combo) at 1:57 of round three (MMA – lightweight)

Mauro Cerilli defeats Paul Elliott via TKO (doctor’s stoppage) at 5:00 of round one (MMA – heavyweight)

Asa Ten Pow defeats Rambolek Chor Ajalaboon via KO (punch-kick combo) at 0:25 of round three (Muay Thai – bantamweight)

Maurice Abevi defeats Blake Cooper via TKO (referee stoppage) at 4:36 of round one (MMA – lightweight)