Angela lee MMA fighter Next fight, Net Worth-Contract

One Atomweight Championship Champion Angela Lee has just turned 22 but she is already the largest star of her promotion and one of the world’s most famous martial artists. As she takes the next steps in her career and life, including marrying fellow One Championship fighter husband Bruno Pucci, Lee looks just as unstoppable as ever.

Angela Lee is a well-known person best known as a MMA Fighter. Angela was born in Vancouver, Canada, on July 8, 1996. She and Roger Gracie both competed on the MMA roster of the ONE Championship based in Singapore. Angela Lee is a MMA Fighter list member. Mixed martial artist who in May 2016 at the age of 19 won the ONE Women’s Atomweight belt. Her win and subsequent fresh contract with ONE Championship made her the most highly paid adolescent blended history of martial arts.

Net Worth of Angela Lee

Angela Lee is the world’s largest earning female fighter for mixed martial arts. She did not reveal data about her net worth, but it is clear she has nearly $1 million from as her net worth in 2019. As disclosed, Cris Cyborg and Joanna Jedrzejczyk are also the top five highest paid One Championship fighters among both males and females suppressing.

She took home $68,200 to defeat Mei Yamaguchi in 2016 as the performance bonus.

How Angela lost the match, Xiong Jing Nan Knocks Out Angela Lee

The situation entering the fifth and final round was fully exploited by “The Panda.”

She went on the assault with a punches barrage, battering with a slew of overhand rights and left hooks her visibly exhausted rival. Although Lee was on her back foot absorbing the blows, she came down for a take down with a double leg. However, it was easily shrugged by the Chinese hero. Xiong continued to walk her down with punches and kicks, but it was a rib-rattling shot at Lee’s body that had her fingers dropped and her pain winced.

“The Panda” followed with punches to the head and kicks to the ribs, knowing the end was close. Lee folded in half and turned away from the penalty, forcing referee Kemp Cheng to call a stop at round five at 1:37.