ONE Championship fighter Victoria Lee dies at 18

MMA fans is mourning.

Her death on December 26 in Hawaii was publicly announced by the Valley of the Temples Memorial Park and Funeral Homes in Kaneohe on Friday, and confirmed by her sister Angela Lee, ONE’s atomweight MMA champion, on Saturday.

The younger sister of ONE champions Angela and Christian Lee, Victoria died on December 26 in Hawaii. Her cause of death has not been made public; a celebration of her life is set for January 22.

Victoria Lee (May 17, 2004 – December 26, 2022) was an American mixed martial artist of Chinese, Singaporean and Korean heritage who competed in ONE Championship.

She was a two-time Hawaiian Pankration Junior World Champion, Hawaii State Wrestling Champion and IMMAF Junior World Champion. She trained at United MMA Gym in Hawaii under her brother-in-law Bruno Pucci and was supported by Evolve MMA. A bright prospect in the MMA world, Victoria Lee followed her older sister into professional MMA after wrestling in their native Hawaii and competing in pankration. 

She made her ONE debut in February 2021, submitting Sunisa Srisan in the second round. In all, she amassed a 3-0 record under the ONE banner, stopping all of her opponents. She most recently fought in September 2021, stopping by TKO Victoria Souza.

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