Queensberry inks Brandun Lee

Super lightweight contender Brandun Lee (28-0, 23 KOs) has signed promotional terms with Frank Warren and the undefeated Californian will now fight under the Queensberry banner.

“I am thrilled to have signed with Queensberry Promotions,” said Lee. “July 27th will be the first time I fight overseas professionally and I’m extremely grateful. I’m looking to start a wonderful new campaign with the Warrens and Queensberry as a whole this summer. I know they will provide me with great opportunities in the future. My team is now complete and I’m ready for war.”

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      • Brandun Lee is not half Chinese. He’s half Mexican & Korean. His father was Korean and his mother was Mexican. He was born in the US in Yuba City California making him an Mexican American Korean.

  • He’s been in the mix for a while at 140. Its time to get him some more exposure. I’ve seen a little bit of him and wish to see more.

  • Brandon Lee, David Benavidez, and Sebastian Fundora are all half-Mexican.

  • That is lovely news! Lee (like several others) was just completely lost in that PBC lineup.

  • Why are you folks dissecting his ethnicity???? Like it fucking matters! He’s either a good fighter or a really good fighter who’s gonna make it to the next level. I for one haven’t been terribly impressed, but hopeful he does his thing! Enough with the half Mexican crap already folks!! Really!!!!!

  • Borimex, curious: what ethnicity and or race does your name on this site signify?

    In terms of Brandon Julio Lee, 28-0, 23 KO’s, it’s time to step up.

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