Angela Lee is the youngest world champion of the Mixed Martial Art (MMA) when she was crowned as ONE Championship's Atomweight World Champion in 2016 at the age of 19, earning her comparisons with boxing legend Mike Tyson who won his first world title at the age of 20.

A rising star of Singaporean-Korean descent, Angela comes from a family of impressive martial artists where both her parents are martial arts competitors and instructors. Her three younger siblings all practice martial arts too. Angela holds a 1st degree Black Belt in Taekwondo and Total Defence System (TDS), and a Brown Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

With the sport of Mixed Martial Art (MMA) gaining explosive popularity in the last five years, Angela has helped propelled the sport that is now being broadcast to potentially 1 billion households worldwide. She is recognised as one of the top 50 most marketable athlete and is reportedly one of the top 5 earners in this sport.

A beacon in a male dominated sports, Angela recognises that she is in an influential position of being a role-model for women in Asia and she continuously encourages women in Asia to believe in themselves and strives to achieve their dreams and aspirations.