Christian Lee’s priority is maintaining 100% finishing rate

Christian Lee

Christian Lee

ONE Women Atomweight World Champion Angela “Unstoppable” Lee’s brother Christian “Warrior” Lee is nothing short but spectacular ever since making his professional debut under the ONE Championship banner in December 2015. His impressive skillset boasts unorthodox and unpredictable striking techniques, as well as technical grappling and creative submission maneuvers.

Although a decisive triumph could seal the deal for Christian as the next contender for the ONE Featherweight World Championship, he is keeping his eyes on getting his hand raised as maintaining his 100 percent finishing rate appears to be at the top of his list. He said, “You can show just how good you are when people know exactly what you are going to do, but they still cannot stop you from doing it.”

In Christian’s last outing, he tied the record for most finishes in the promotion’s history. He pulled off a highlight-reel knockout of former ONE Lightweight World Champion Kotetsu Boku in December 2017.

Christian draws another Japanese icon in his next assignment as he squares off with two-division former DEEP champion Kazunori Yokota on the undercard of “ONE: Visions of Victory.” They will compete in the featherweight division at the Axiata Arena in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on March 9, 2018.

After losing to Martin “The Situ-Asian” Nguyen in 2016, Christian defeated all of his opponents in 2017. Before beating Boku, Christian defeated Jianping Wan and Keanu Subba.

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Currently, Christian has 8 wins and 1 loss while Yokota has 26 wins and 7 losses. Here is a short clip featuring Christian:

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