Adrian Lee successfully defended his amateur title in Hawaii last weekend. The teenager looks set to follow in his siblings footsteps by signing for ONE Championship.

The fight was notable because it was the first time one of the family members had competed since Victoria Lee committed suicide on boxing day last year. She was also signed to ONE Championship and her siblings have all taken time off to mourn.

Christian Lee is set to return to the sport although we don’t have a specific timeline. He was in his brother’s corner last weekend and paid tribute to him on Instagram:


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Uncertain future

Angela Lee’s future looks less certain. She has set up a non profit organization called FightStory which helps raise awareness of mental health issues in the industry.

Last week Lee talked openly about her sister’s death for the first time. As well as acknowledging that Victoria had taken her own life she admitted that she had tried to commit suicide herself in 2017.

The interim atomweight title will be on the line in Singapore next week at ONE Fight Night 14. Seo Hee Ham faces Stamp Fairtex and Angela Lee will be cageside for that contest.

She is expected to make an announcement although it is unclear whether she will be fighting the winner or retiring permanently. Lee has kept her cards close to her chest when it comes to her competitive future.


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Competitive career

In February he won the Hawaii State wrestling championships competing at 160lbs. Adrian Lee is the only member of the family to have been competing this year.

Having signed Angela Lee, Christian Lee and Victoria Lee it would be a massive surprise if ONE Championship didn’t hand Adrian Lee his professional debut. Between them his brothers and sisters currently hold two titles with the promotion.

Angela Lee is still the atomweight champion and looks set to announce imminently whether or not she wants to defend that belt. Meanwhile Christian Lee holds the lightweight and welterweight titles and will definitely be returning.

He could well be joined on the roster by Adrian Lee. The teenager looks set to be the fourth member of the family to turn pro and sign with ONE Championship.