Angela Lee retires from ONE Championship
Angela Lee retires from One Championship after her 8 year career in professional MMA (Mixed Martial Arts).
Check out her retirement announcement below:
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— ONE Championship (@ONEChampionship) September 30, 2023
Lee was born in Vancouver to a Chinese-Singaporean father Ken Lee and a South Korean-born Canadian mother Jewelz Lee. She moved to Hawaii with her family at age 7. Her parents are both martial artists, so she began training at a young age and competing at age 6. Her younger brother Christian is also an MMA fighter and her other younger brother Adrian (born in Waipahu), also trains in martial arts. Lee’s younger sister Victoria, who was also a mixed martial artist signed to ONE, died in 2022 at the age of 18.
In 2011, Angela Lee won her division at the USA Amateur pankration national championships, and the next year, she claimed her division at the World Pangration Athlima Federation world championships in Greece. Lee was awarded her Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt on February 9, 2018, by third-degree black belt Mike Fowler and her father Ken Lee, who is also a black belt.
Her total MMA record includes 14 matches with 11 wins and 3 losses. On her wins side she won by 1 KO, 2 by decision and 8 by submission. She has lost twice by decision and 1 by knockout.
Lee’s younger brother Christian is the reigning ONE Lightweight World Champion and ONE Welterweight World Champion. Her youngest sibling, Victoria, made her successful MMA debut at the age of 16 on February 26, 2021.