Allycia Rodrigues has signed a bout agreement. The reigning ONE Championship atomweight Muay Thai champion will be back in action on December 3rd.

Rodrigues has yet to defend the belt she won by beating Stamp Fairtex at ONE: ‘A New Breed’ in 2020. The 25 year old has missed nearly two years after giving birth to her first child.

But she will be back in action in Manila later this year and will probably be taking on interim champion Janet Todd:

Two champions

We don’t know the identity of Rodrigues’ opponent yet. But when Angela Lee returned after the birth of her daughter she was handed an immediate title fight so the Brazilian will probably get the same treatment.

ONE Championship did crown an interim champion in her absence. Todd beat Lara Fernandez at ONE 159 to claim that belt and the promotion will be looking to unify the two titles as soon as possible.

Rodrigues was handed a title shot on her ONE Championship debut. So she has only fought once for the promotion but put in an impressive performance to claim a majority decision win over Stamp Fairtex in front of the fans in Bangkok.

Training trip

Last week her son celebrated his 1st birthday and the champion is back in Thailand training at Phuket Fight Club. She holds a Muay Thai record of 31-5 and but has not fought since the win over Stamp.

Next up for Stamp will be a mixed rules fight against Anissa Meksen in Bangkok. That bout is set for the ONE on Prime Video 5 card and will be the Thai’s first time competing in a bout with striking rules since the loss to Rodrigues.

Rodrigues would surely have been watching ONE on Prime Video 2 because Daokongfah Banchamek is just one of five fighters to hold a win over her. The Thai was well beaten by Meksen who has been very vocal about wanting a title shot.

So there are plenty of fights out there for the Brazilian with no shortage of potential opponents. A rematch with Stamp Fairtex could even be a possibility and Rodrigues’ babysitter looks set to be busy!