Victoria Lee, a rising mixed martial artist who competed for the ONE Championship, died last month, her sister Angela Lee said on Saturday. Lee was 18 years old at the time.
Angela Lee wrote on Instagram that Victoria Lee died on December 26 as she heartbroken for “the most beautiful soul.”
Angela Lee said, “She has gone too soon and our family has been completely devastated since then, We miss her. More than anything in this world. Our family will never be the same. Life will never be the same.
“We miss you so very much, sister. More than you can ever imagine. We’re all broken. Because you were a part of each of us, and when you left, we each lost a part of you. We won’t be the same anymore.”
There is currently no known information on the cause of death. Following his death, people are now curious to know about her family, career as well as how much did she worth. Keep reading to know everything in detail.
Know About Victoria Lee’s Family
Victoria Sun-hei Lee was born on May 17, 2004, in Wahiawa, Hawaii. She moved there from Mililani, where she lived with her parents Ken and Jewelz and her brother Adrian, who had just won a mixed martial arts championship on December 18 in Hilo, Hawaii.
In the history of ONE, the last name “Lee” is very important. Angela and her brother Christian Lee have been two of the biggest stars in the promotion. Victoria was thought to be the next sibling who would follow in their footsteps.
What Was Victoria Lee’s Net Worth?
According to multiple reports, Victoria Lee had a net worth of $1 million.
Victoria Lee was one of MMA’s most promising young fighters. Lee followed in the footsteps of her older siblings when she signed with ONE Championship in 2021. ONE Championship is a well-known MMA promotion in Asia.
Lee earned the titles of Hawaii State Wrestling Champion, IMMAF Junior World Champion, and Hawaiian Pankration Junior World Champion two times each. Lee got help from Evolve MMA while training at the United MMA Gym in Hawaii with her brother-in-law, Bruno Pucci.
Lee signed a contract on September 30, 2020, when he was 16 years old, to fight in the Atomweight division of the ONE Championship. At the ONE Championship 129: Fists of Fury event on February 26, 2021, she fought for the first time and beat Sunisa Srisan in the second round.
She fought Wang Luping for the second time on July 30, 2021, at the ONE Championship: Battleground event. She won with a triangle armbar in the first round. On September 24, 2021, at ONE Championship 143: Revolution, Lee competed Victoria Souza. She won by ground and pound in the second round.