Andrea Lee
KGB
Makes a difference with her volume
FlyweightUFC
February 17, 2019
Lee defeated Ashlee Evans-Smith via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) at UFC on ESPN 1 on Sunday in Phoenix.
ANALYSIS
In order to take this fight, Lee needed to stop takedowns and get off with her striking. For the most part, she did that in this fight. Evans-Smith continually went for takedowns, but she was really only able to hold position on the ground for an extended period once. On the feet, both fighters landed their offense. However, Lee's output was much higher and that carried her to a decision victory. Lee improves to 10-2 as a professional and 2-0 in the UFC.
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Steps up in replacement
FlyweightUFC
December 21, 2018
Lee will face Ashlee Evans-Smith at UFC on ESPN on Feb. 17, MMAFighting.com reports.
ANALYSIS
Lee takes the place of Jessica-Rose Clark, who had to withdraw from her fight with Evans-Smith because of a lingering foot injury. Even though Lee is technically considered a short-notice replacement, she'll have plenty of time to prepare for her second-ever fight under the UFC banner.
Saturday's fight called off
FlyweightUFC
December 14, 2018
Lee's scheduled fight Saturday against Jessica-Rose Clark was called off after Clark was deemed medically unfit Friday.
ANALYSIS
The nature of Clark's medical issue is not yet clear. With the decision coming on the eve of the fight, it's far too late for a replacement to be found to square off against Lee. She'll hope to find an opponent for an upcoming card instead.
Will fight Jessica-Rose Clark in December
FlyweightUFC
September 4, 2018
Lee will fight Jessica-Rose Clark at UFC Milwaukee on Dec. 15.
ANALYSIS
Lee took to the Octagon under the UFC banner for the first time in May, finishing with a unanimous decision win over Veronica Macedo. That gives her some momentum and confidence heading into what will be a matchup versus a slightly more experienced fighter. Her opponent, Clark, has fought three times in the UFC and owns a 2-1 record, though she most recently took a loss to Jessica Eye back in June. Look for Lee to potentially use her five-inch reach advantage to get the upper hand in this fight.
Picks up a win in her UFC debut
FlyweightUFC
May 19, 2018
Lee defeated Veronica Macedo via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) at UFC Fight Night on Saturday in Santiago, Chile.
ANALYSIS
Despite supposedly being a striker, Lee had her best moments on the ground. She easily entered the clinch against her inexperienced opponent and scored takedowns. She took the back on multiple occasions and threatened with submissions, but she was never close to finishing the fight. Lee seems like someone that the UFC would like to push. However, she will need to sharpen her entire MMA game in order to make noise in the UFC flyweight division. Nonetheless, the two earned Fight of the Night bonuses for their efforts.
Set for long-awaited debut at UFC Chile
FlyweightUFC
February 26, 2018
Lee is scheduled to make her UFC debut against Veronica Macedo on May 19 in Santiago, Chile, Alexander K. Kee of MMAFighting.com reports.
ANALYSIS
Lee has thrived while competing in Invicta FC and Legacy Fighting Alliance promotions and will finally make her UFC debut after her first scheduled fight was canceled due to a drug-testing complication. Macedo, on the other hand, will look to bounce back from a third-round defeat by TKO against Ashlee Evans-Smith during her own UFC debut last September.