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Victoria "The Prodigy" Lee has set ONE Championship on fire in 2021 with two successful mixed martial arts victories inside the Circle. Now, the teenage sensation returns for another stiff test when she meets Victoria Souza at ONE: Revolution on Friday, September 24.

The 24-year-old Brazilian is also undefeated with an 80% finishing rate. She has two submissions and two KO/TKOs under her belt as she tries to derail Lee's hype train at ONE: Revolution.

But it won't be that simple.

Lee is an exceptional talent with a pedigree that is second to none. Her older sister, Angela, became the youngest-ever mixed martial arts World Champion and still holds the ONE Atomweight World Championship to this day. Her brother, Christian, is on a hot streak of his own and reigns over the stacked lightweight division as its World Champion as well.

And "The Prodigy" may be the most talented of the family.

As Lee continues to mature as a martial artist, she becomes even more exciting to watch. Her well-rounded skill set only becomes more dangerous with each passing day as she soaks up the knowledge from her World Champion siblings at United MMA.

Souza will be her next test, and on a day where her brother defends the ONE Lightweight World Championship. Under the bright lights of a live card with millions watching, Lee must shine the brightest she ever has.

Fans will not want to miss a second of her exciting career as they could be watching history each time out. Lee will open the main card on September 24 and kickstart the event in a major way.

ONE: Revolution will air live on Bleacher Report on Friday, September 24, at 6:30 a.m. EST/3:30 a.m. PST.

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