United MMA Hawaii Closes After Victoria Lee’s Death!

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The United MMA Hawaii gym owned and run by Victoria Lee’s family has apparently been closed permanently after her untimely death!

 

Earlier : MMA Hawaii Prodigy Victoria Lee Unexpectedly Dies!

Victoria Lee (born Victoria Sun-hei Lee on May 17, 2004) was an American mixed martial artist, who was the youngest fighter to ever compete in ONE Championship.

She was the sister of MMA fighters Angela Lee and Christian Lee, and was the current ONE women’s atomweight champion, having successfully defended the title five times since she won it in 2016.

On Saturday, January 7, 2023, Angela Lee announced that her younger sister, Victoria Lee, died almost two weeks earlier – on Monday, December 26, 2022. Victoria Lee was only 18 years old when she died.

On December 26, 2022 our family experienced something no family should ever have to go through…
It is incredibly difficult to say this…
Our Victoria passed away.

She has gone too soon and our family has been completely devastated since then.
We miss her. More than anything in this world. Our family will never be the same. Life will never be the same.

Victoria Lee’s sudden and unexpected death at just 18 years of age set off anti-vaccination activists who incessantly claimed that she died from the COVID-19 vaccine. Her sister, Angela Lee, however clearly hinted that Victoria committed suicide.

Read more : Did MMA prodigy Victoria Lee die from vaccine SADS?!

Did MMA prodigy Victoria Lee die from vaccine SADS?!

 

United MMA Hawaii Closes After Victoria Lee’s Death!

Victoria Lee’s family owns and runs the United MMA Hawaii gym, which is located in Waipahu, and provides classes for adults in mixed martial arts and jiu jitsu.

It is at that gym that the Lee children were coached by their father, Ken Lee, including 26 year-old Angela – ONE’s atomweight champion, 24 year-old Christian – ONE’s lightweight and welterweight MMA champion – and 17 year-old Adrian, who won an amateur title in Hawaii just days before Victoria Lee’s death.

Angela Lee and her husband, Bruno Pucci, who also competes in ONE Championship, have their own gym in Waipio, called United BJJ Hawaii, where they both have been training students since 2021.

On January 9, 2023 – two days after Angela Lee announced her sister’s death, MMA reporter Todd Atkins posted that United MMA Hawaii sent out notices stating that “all memberships will be canceled and students will no longer be billed moving forward“.

The official United MMA Hawaii Instagram page was also updated to say “PERMANENTLY CLOSED!!!!

United MMA Hawaii sent out notices stating “all memberships will be canceled and students will no longer be billed moving forward.” Their IG says the gym is “permanently closed.”

It should be noted that United MMA Hawaii has not publicly announced its permanent closure, or commented on Victoria Lee’s death.

This, however, may have been the Lee family’s attempt to avoid the intense media and public interest over Victoria’s sudden death.

Angela later called for people to stop hiring private investigators (!!!) or promote conspiracy theories about her sister’s death.

Read more : Angela Lee : STOP conspiracy theories about Victoria!

United MMA Hawaii Closes After Victoria Lee's Death!

 

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