has very little runway with which to work.

The Evolve
star will return to the One
cage for the first time in more than two years
when she defends her women’s atomweight title against Nong Stamp
in the One
Championship “One X”
main event on Saturday at Singapore Indoor
Stadium in Kallang, Singapore. Lee has lost two of her past three
bouts. She has not competed since she submitted Jingnan
with a rear-naked choke in the fifth round of their Oct.
12, 2019 rematch at One Championship “Century” Part 1. Stamp,
meanwhile, has the wind of a three-fight winning streak at her
back. She last fought at One Championship “Winter Warriors,” where
she submitted Ritu Phogat
with a second-round armbar in the Dec. 3 final of the promotion’s
atomweight grand prix.

As Lee and Stamp approach their anticipated confrontation at 115
pounds, a look at some of the numbers that have accompanied them to
this point:

25: Years of age for Lee, who was born on July 8,
1996 in Vancouver, British Columbia.

7: Lee wins by submission, accounting for 70% of
her career total (10). Her methods of choice: three rear-naked
chokes, one armbar, one twister, one neck crank and one anaconda
choke. Lee owns one other win by knockout or technical knockout—she
put away Jenny Huang
with punches at One Championship “Warrior Kingdom” on March 11,
2017—and two more by decision.

2,150: Days spent by Lee as One Championship
women’s atomweight titleholder. She captured the crown with a
five-round unanimous decision over Mei
at One Championship “Ascent to Power” on May 6, 2016
and has successfully defended it on four different occasions

6: Countries in which Lee has plied her mixed
martial arts trade. She has gone 5-0 in Singapore, 2-0 in
Indonesia, 1-1 in Japan, 1-0 in the Philippines, 1-0 in Thailand
and 0-1 in Malaysia.

.821: Cumulative winning percentage between the
two women—Xiong and Michelle
—who have beaten Lee. They boast a combined record of

24: Years of age for Stamp, who was born in
Rayong, Thailand on Nov. 16, 1997.

3: Stamp victories by knockout or technical
knockout, accounting for 38% of her career total (eight). Her
complete list of victims: Sunisa
, Puja Tomar
and Rashi
. Stamp holds two other victories by submission and three
more by decision.

19: Seconds needed for Stamp to cut down Shinde
with a head kick in her professional debut at One Championship “One
Warrior Series 2” on July 19, 2018. Having occurred nearly four
years ago, it remains the fastest finish of her brief but eventful
nine-fight career.

1: Loss on the Stamp ledger. She submitted to a
third-round guillotine choke from Alyona
at One Championship “Unbreakable 3” in January 2021.
She avenged the setback a little more than seven months later when
she eked out a split verdict against Rassohyna in their

14: Rounds completed by Stamp as a mixed martial
artist. She has gone the distance on three different occasions and
carries a perfect 3-0 record in those bouts.