3 Stars Take Home US$50,000 Performance Bonuses At ONE Fight Night 14
There was no shortage of thrilling finishes and unforgettable action at ONE Fight Night 14: Stamp vs. Ham on Prime Video, which broadcast live in U.S. primetime this past Friday, September 29.
Three superstars, however, shined above the rest with their highlight-reel knockouts – and that earned them some extra cash.
ONE Championship Chairman and CEO Chatri Sityodtong awarded US$50,000 performance bonuses to newly crowned ONE Women’s Atomweight MMA World Champion Stamp Fairtex, ONE Women’s Strawweight Muay Thai World Champion Smilla Sundell, and rising bantamweight Muay Thai contender Asa Ten Pow for their impressive stoppage victories at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.
In the main event, Stamp claimed the ONE Women’s Atomweight MMA World Title and became the first three-sport queen when she beat decorated South Korean veteran Ham Seo Hee.
The finish came in the third round, as the Thai megastar took the wind out of Ham’s sails with a devastating body shot. A knee to the ribs, followed by a flurry of punches, brought the contest to a close.
That spectacular ending earned her 26 pounds of gold, another spot in the history books, and a US$50,000 performance bonus.
Sundell secured a decisive third-round stoppage victory over ONE Women’s Atomweight Muay Thai World Champion Allycia Hellen Rodrigues.
“The Hurricane” did plenty to live up to her nickname, pouring on the offense early and often en route to a TKO finish.
With the win, Sundell enjoyed her first successful ONE Women’s Strawweight Muay Thai World Title defense and left Singapore with a $US50,000 performance bonus, too.
Ten Pow took home the evening’s first performance bonus thanks to his spectacular third-round knockout of dangerous Thai standout Rambolek Chor Ajalaboon.
After putting in solid work through the first two frames, “The American Ninja” rocked his Thai foe with an explosive right hand and melted him with a thunderous head kick in the final stanza to create a moment that’ll live in his highlight reel forever.