WATCH: Angela Lee on being the world's youngest MMA champion

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In an interview with CNN, ONE FC star Angela Lee sits down to set the record straight on her incredible journey so far.

And there is obviously a lot to come from the Canada-born fighter who, at just 20-years-old, is one of the most exciting fighters in the world.

Born to a Singaporean father and South Korean mother and having moved to Hawaii at just seven years of age, Lee has a cosmopolitan background.

She is also the elder sister of Christian Lee, who also fights in ONE FC.
That's a family you certainly wouldn't want to get into a sibling rivalry with.






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Mayweather taunts McGregor: 'Sign the paper'

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“If Conor McGregor really wants this fight to happen, stop blowing smoke up everybody’s ass,” Mayweather told ESPN, accusing the Irishman of stalling on a deal.

“Sign the paper. Sign the paper. You said you were boss, so just sign the paper and let’s make it happen.”

Speculation of a fight between retired former boxing welterweight king Mayweather and McGregor has intensified in recent months.

In February, a report in Ireland said the two sides had agreed terms and were only awaiting the resolution of a “third party hold-up” to confirm the deal.

The Nevada State Athletic Commission also confirmed it was aware of negotiations between Mayweather and McGregor.

Mayweather, who retired undefeated in September 2015 with a perfect 49-0 record, has said he is willing to fight McGregor in a boxing ring.

However McGregor, 28, is under contract to the Ultimate Fighting Championship, who would have to sign off on the bout for it to happen.

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IN PICS: Tag Heuer showcases Ali-inspired watch

TAG Heuer, in partnership with Ahmed Seddiqi & Sons, captivated its Dubai audience by exhibiting its exquisitely crafted Muhammad Ali Middle East timepiece.

To mark the Dubai debut of the Muhammad Ali Arabic Dial creation, TAG Heuer organized an exhilarating boxing class for a lucky few on Tuesday.

Boxing was definitely the highlight of the evening as VIPs were invited to an engaging boxing demonstration at 8PM along with additional entertainment.

The event was attended by friends of the brand Hassan Akhras and Raha Moharrak, who have a great impact within the sports community and a close relationship with TAG Heuer. The brand also had the pleasure of welcoming Jordanian boxing champion and captain of the women’s national team Arifa Bseiso who took to the boxing ring and perfectly captured the spirit of the brand motto #DontCrackUnderPressure.

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