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Victoria Lee on ending Victoria Souza’s unbeaten streak at ONE: Revolution

Victoria Lee halted the unbeaten streak of Victoria Souza at ONE: Revolution.

This went down at Singapore Indoor Stadium on September 24th as Lee picked up her third straight win of the calendar year.

The second round TKO was impressive and indicated that we have a promising ONE Championship Atomweight competitor to behold for years to come.

Victoria Lee is carving out a strong name for herself within a weight category that is helmed by her older sister Angela Lee. The elder Lee sibling will be returning to the ONE Circle soon and will face the winner of the still-unfolding ONE Atomweight Grand Prix.

I spoke with The Prodigy at the post-event presser and excerpts from our interaction are below.

Victoria Lee

If Victoria Lee was able to showcase her recently shored up skills inside the ONE Circle

“I do feel that I’ve improved a lot from my previous fight. I feel that I was able to showcase some of my ground pound skills and just tightening up my overall game. Of course, there’s still lots for me to improve upon. I’m going to go back, watch the tape, and keep replaying. Improving for my next match.”

Fighting on the ONE: Revolution card with her brother Christian and desires to compete with sister Angela on a future card

“I think that would be amazing if me and my sister could fight on the same card. Experiencing with my brother was such a fun journey. And I think to do it with my sister would be just as fun. Because I mean we’re in the same division. We’re going to be perfect training partners. However, for her return, I am 100% dedicated to helping her come back. Being her primary drilling partner and just helping her get back into peak shape as much as I can.”

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