Brandun Lee

  • WINS
  • Losses
  • Draws
  • ko's
  • Alias
  • Height
  • Reach
  • Division
  • Light Welterweight
  • Age
  • 25
  • Country
  • Born in
  • Yuba City
  • 82.14%
  • Bouts
  • 28
  • 83
  • Stance
  • O

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Early Life and Amateur Career


Brandun Lee was born on April 25, 1999, in Yuba City, California. Growing up in a family with a strong connection to martial arts and boxing, Lee was introduced to combat sports at a very young age. His father, Bobby Lee, was a former kickboxer and martial artist who played a significant role in shaping Brandun’s interest in boxing. By the age of six, Lee had already started training in boxing, and it quickly became apparent that he had a natural talent for the sport.


Lee’s amateur career was marked by a series of impressive achievements and a rapid rise through the ranks. He began competing in amateur tournaments across the United States, showcasing his skill, speed, and power. One of his early significant accomplishments came when he won the National Junior Olympics in 2014. This victory was a clear indication of his potential and set the stage for further success in his amateur career. In 2015, Lee continued to build his reputation by winning the USA Boxing Youth National Championships. His performances in these tournaments earned him a spot on the USA Boxing team, where he represented the country in various international competitions.


Professional Career


Brandun Lee’s professional boxing career began with an explosive debut on January 28, 2017, at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he secured a first-round knockout victory over Christopher Johnson. This set the tone for a career characterized by Lee’s powerful punches and aggressive style. Over the next few years, Lee built an impressive undefeated record, quickly rising through the ranks with a series of dominant performances. Lee continued his winning streak with a series of knockouts and unanimous decision victories. On March 31, 2017, he delivered a first-round TKO against Seth Basler at the 2300 Arena, and on June 1, 2017, he secured a third-round TKO over Jack Grady at the Camelback Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona. These early victories showcased Lee’s knockout power and established him as a rising star in the super lightweight division.


As Lee progressed in his career, he faced increasingly tougher opponents and maintained his perfect record. On February 23, 2018, he stopped Matt Murphy in three rounds at the Derby Park Expo in Louisville, Kentucky, and later that year, on September 2, he delivered a first-round TKO against Jorge Luis Munguia at the Mountaineer Casino Ballroom in New Cumberland, West Virginia. Lee’s ability to finish fights early became a hallmark of his career, earning him a reputation as a formidable contender.


In 2021, Lee captured the vacant IBO Inter-Continental light welterweight title with a third-round KO of Samuel Teah on March 10 at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut. This victory marked a significant milestone in his career, further cementing his status as a top prospect. He continued to dominate with notable wins, including a first-round KO of Ezequiel Victor Fernandez on August 14, 2021, and a seventh-round KO of Juan Heraldez on December 11, 2021, both at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California.


Lee’s momentum carried into 2022 and 2023 with a series of impressive victories. On April 16, 2022, he secured a unanimous decision win over Zachary Ochoa at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, and on August 20, 2022, he defeated Will Madera by unanimous decision at Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, Florida. His most recent bouts include a fourth-round KO of Diego Gonzalo Luque on January 7, 2023, at Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C., and a unanimous decision victory over Pedro Campa on April 8, 2023, at Dignity Health Sports Park.