United MMA Hawaii, a family-owned Waipahu facility, has closed its doorways in response to the health club’s Google itemizing and a report from Fight sports activities reporter Todd Atkins. The information comes on the heels that Victoria Lee, an 18-year-old skilled combined martial artist, and member of the Lee household that owns and operates United MMA Hawaii, tragically handed away.
Atkins tweeted on Sunday that United MMA had despatched out notices to members, stating that “all memberships might be cancelled, and college students will not be billed shifting ahead”.
The outline on the United MMA’s official Instagram web page was additionally modified to “completely closed”.
Victoria Lee was coached by her father Ken Lee, in addition to her 26-year-old sister Angela Lee, and 24-year-old brother Christian Lee.
Christian is ONE Championship’s light-weight and welterweight MMA champion. Angela holds the atomweight title.
The household additionally consists of 17-year-old brother Adrian, who received an beginner title in Hawaii simply days earlier than Victoria’s demise.
Angela Lee and her husband Bruno Pucci, who additionally competes in ONE, had opened the United BJJ Hawaii health club in Waipio in 2021, the place they’re each instructors.
Victoria was slated to compete in her fourth professional struggle, reverse India’s Zeba Bano, at ONE on Prime Video 6 on January 14 in Bangkok.
A celebration of her life has been scheduled for January 22 earlier than her burial.
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