Angela Lee caused a bit of a storm last month when she touted a potential super fight against ONE Championship atomweight Muay Thai champ Stamp Fairtex. That’s because Denice Zamboanga had supposedly earned the next shot at ONE atomweight MMA champ Lee, after dismantling former challenger Mei Yamaguchi at ONE: King of the Jungle in February. The Filipino star’s fans were upset, and Lee reacted to the criticism by saying she’s ducking nobody, but Stamp (4-0 in MMA) has perhaps made the situation a little easier by saying she’ll happily move aside for friend and trainer partner Denice. “Actually I would like Denice to go first to compete with Angela Lee because for me I feel I need to train more, maybe a few more fights before getting in to fight Angela for the title belt,” Stamp told SCMP MMA . “I need more time to practise and improve my MMA skills, especially my ground game, because Angela is great on the ground. I need more time to learn. But I would love to fight with Angela Lee one day, when I’m ready.” ONE is making its return to action for the first time since that February card in Singapore, where Stamp surrendered her atomweight kick-boxing belt to Janet Todd, with July 31’s No Surrender event in Bangkok. The Thai star will be taking on ONE debutant Sunisa Srisen, in her fifth MMA bout. “Sunisa was set to fight Denice but after we realised Denice was out of the card. I was planning to fight in kick-boxing but Sunisa is coming up to fight me in MMA “She has trained together a few times with me, but after we know we are going to fight together, Sunisa moved to another gym, because we’re gonna meet again in the ring. “Sunisa has skills. She’s quite a new opponent for the global stage like this. However she is good, especially in her judo skills.” Unfortunately, fans might be deprived of seeing the 22-year-old’s traditional “Stamp Dance” ring entrance. “I am a little bit sad because it’s a closed event, we might not have the walkout song, just walk generally into the ring,” she said. “I’m a little bit sad we don’t have a song for me to show my dancing skills.” The global coronavirus pandemic will also prevent Stamp from being able to go ringside to watch her boyfriend Rodtang “The Iron Man” Jitmuangnon defend his ONE flyweight Muay Thai title in the main event against Petchdam Petchyindee Academy. “I might watch Rodtang from backstage, ONE Championship has regulations, with distance between athletes and people in the arena,” Stamp said. “But Rodtang knows I am always supporting him. I know Rodtang is able to do it. “Rodtang and Petchdam used to fight locally two times before, but this is the first time they’re going to fight in ONE, the first time they meet for the flyweight Muay Thai championship. “Rodtang is training even harder than before, I see his improvement, he is in good condition. I will cheer for Rodtang to defend the belt because he is my boyfriend,” she added, laughing.