Reigning ONE Women’s Atomweight World Champion, “Unstoppable” Angela Lee, has proven that her Brazilian jiu-jitsu skills are top-notch with six of her nine career victories coming by submission.
As the youngest female mixed martial arts world champion in history, the 23-year-old has proven to possess a thorough understanding of the “gentle art” since her professional debut, kickstarting her career by winning her first five bouts with ONE Championship, pulling off a wide array of submission techniques such as armbars and rear-naked chokes.
A 19-year-old Singaporean was recently awarded the gold medal after a grueling finals match at the World IBJJF (International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation) Championships last week held at Long Beach, California.
Constance Lien had a tough grand finals under their category against her 21-year-old Brazilian opponent Jaine da Silva Fragoso on Friday morning. With just a few seconds away from her dream at becoming a world title holder, Lien hold out as Fragoso’s arm restrains her neck in the grand finals, according to The New Paper.