• 19-year-old Victoria Lee recently graduated from high school
  • Lee remains undefeated after three ventures in ONE Championship
  • She also hinted as to when she could be fighting again

Under the ONE Championship banner, the Lee siblings have been one of the most formidable groups across multiple divisions thanks to their incredible dedication to training.

With her older siblings Angela and Christian Lee already reaching the mountaintop of the promotion, Victoria Lee will look to do the same in the coming years after completing her goal of graduating from high school.

“When I was fighting throughout the school year, it was definitely pretty difficult to juggle, like the timing of school and training, as well as the homework. So now, it’s nice to have all that time in the day just to train. Now I get to focus on just training and it’s just a way more enjoyable experience,” the student-athlete said.

Lee made her debut at ONE: Fists of Fury in February 2021 against Sunisa Srisen, ending the fight in the second round with a stellar rear-naked choke.

She followed that performance up with a triangle armbar victory over Luping Wang in July before getting her first knockout win against Victoria Souza at ONE: Revolution in September.

There is no doubt in the minds of many that Lee is quickly living up to her in-ring moniker of “The Prodigy” thanks to her stellar performances thus far into her young career.

However, fans have also been clamoring to see her in the cage against some of the most formidable opponents in the atomweight division–the same division that older sister is the champion of.

While there will those chomping at the bit to challenge Lee’s growing skillset, the 19-year-old is not too concerned with the identity of her next opponent.

“I have been watching some of the fights in my division. But I never want to choose a fight. Whoever’s ready and whoever’s next line, I’ll just be ready to fight. There’s no specific person that I want to choose,” Lee remarked.

The Singapore-based organization recently announced its partnership with Amazon Prime Video to air 12 of its live events in North America at prime time, with Lee noting that she would want the opportunity to showcase her skillset to a much bigger audience.

“Amazon Prime is so mainstream here, and I just think that’s awesome. If there’s an opportunity [to fight] there, that would definitely be the choice because that would just be awesome,” she mentioned.

“I would love to get back in the Circle. Maybe towards the end of this year. I just started training again, and I’ll definitely be ready by the end of this year.”