Top MMA Fights to Catch This Week in Absence of UFC Event
As this week has no UFC Event, there are other must-watch MMA fights to for this Week’s from Stamp Fairtex fights to more. Here’s a detail about it.
MMA enthusiasts have grown accustomed to thrilling weekends packed with UFC event. Week after week, fans were treated to action-packed events, each featuring powerful fights that left them in awe. However, this week is a rare exception, as there’s no scheduled UFC event. But fret not, fight fans, because the MMA scene has plenty in store to keep your weekend brimming with excitement. From must-watch matches like Stamp Fairtex vs. Ham Seo Hee, there’s a lineup of bouts set to deliver the adrenaline rush fans crave. Let’s delve into the details and explore what’s in store.
Not to miss MMA Bouts while no UFC event
UFC fans don’t worry One FC got a blockbuster headlining event set between Stamp Fairtex and Ham Seo Hee at ONE Fight Night 14, streaming on Prime Video. This high-stakes battle will determine the ONE Interim Women’s Atomweight MMA World Champion, set to unfold in U.S. prime time on Friday, September 29 (8 AM SGT – September 30).
The #1-ranked Stamp and #2-ranked Ham will now go head-to-head, vying for the prestigious title. Stamp, already a ONE Women’s Atomweight Muay Thai and Kickboxing World Title holder, aims to make history by becoming a remarkable three-sport ONE World Champion.
Adding to that tge event includes the ONE Women’s Strawweight Muay Thai World Championship, featuring a clash between the reigning champion Smilla Sundell and challenger Allycia Rodrigues. Additionally, fans can look forward to the ONE Women’s Atomweight Submission Grappling World Championship with Danielle Kelly taking on Jessa Khan. So there will be no shortage of the MMA fight.
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Where to Watch: Stamp vs Ham
India: Catch the entire event live on Disney+ Hotstar and Star Sports Select 2 at 5:30 AM India Standard Time (IST) on Saturday, September 30.
US/Canada: Fans in the U.S. and Canada can tune in live on Amazon’s Prime Video on Friday, September 29, at 8 PM ET/5 PM PT with an active Prime subscription.
Australia: 7 plus will be the destination for Aussie fans at 10 AM Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) on Saturday, September 30.
UK: For fans in the UK, the event will be available for live viewing on watch.onefc.com, ONE’s Facebook page, and ONE’s YouTube channel at 1 AM BST on Saturday, September 30.