Angela and Christian Lee aim to be first MMA sibling champs

One Championship's reigning atomweight champion Angela Lee will seek to preserve her unbeaten record against Japan's Mei Yamaguchi at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Friday. Her brother Christian (below) faces Martin Nguyen for the featherweight belt
One Championship's reigning atomweight champion Angela Lee will seek to preserve her unbeaten record against Japan's Mei Yamaguchi at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Friday. Her brother Christian faces Martin Nguyen for the featherweight belt on the same night.ST PHOTO: ALPHONSUS CHERN
One Championship's reigning atomweight champion Angela Lee will seek to preserve her unbeaten record against Japan's Mei Yamaguchi at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Friday. Her brother Christian (below) faces Martin Nguyen for the featherweight belt
One Championship's reigning atomweight champion Angela Lee will seek to preserve her unbeaten record against Japan's Mei Yamaguchi at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Friday. Her brother Christian (above) faces Martin Nguyen for the featherweight belt on the same night.ST PHOTO: ALPHONSUS CHERN

Angela and Christian claim they are both in top physical condition ahead of title fights

The tight-knit bond of one family will take centre stage for One Championship's Unstoppable Dreams event at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Friday.

Mixed martial arts fighter Angela Lee and her younger brother Christian will feature in two of the night's three world title bouts as they bid to become the sport's first sibling champions.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on May 15, 2018, with the headline 'Lees aim to be first MMA sibling champs'. Print Edition | Subscribe