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By Billy Hull [email protected]
Posted November 07, 2017
November 7, 2017
Updated November 7, 2017 6:15pm
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ONE Women’s Atomweight World Champion Angela Lee, at her dad or mum’s fitness center, United MMA in Waipio.
Mililani’s Angela Lee, the ONE Championship feminine world atomweight champion, was concerned in a automotive accident on Monday whereas on a go to dwelling and can miss her title protection scheduled for Nov. 24 in Singapore.
Lee is staying in Mililani and was driving to her dad and mom’ fitness center in Waipio.
ONE Championship CEO Chatri Sityodtong launched a press release on his Facebook web page.
“ONE Atomweight World Champion Angela Lee got into a terrible car accident yesterday with her car flipping over 5-6x according to the police,” Sityodtong wrote. “She was driving to her morning training at the gym when she fell asleep. Miraculously, she survived with only a concussion, some minor burns, and a banged up body. If she was not wearing a seatbelt, it would have most certainly been a different story. I saw photos of the damaged car, and it was a complete wreck. Angela will not be competing on November 24. We are all blessed and relieved that Angela will make a full recovery. Please join me in sending love, prayers, and positive energy to Angela and her family.”
Lee turned the primary feminine MMA world champion from Hawaii with a unanimous determination over Mei Yamaguchi in May 2016. She was scheduled to defend her title in a rematch in opposition to Yamaguchi later this month.
Lee is Eight-Zero in her MMA profession with six wins by submission.