While she’s not happy with the fact that she lost the first fight of her career to close out 2014, flyweight up-and-comer Andrea “KGB” Lee does see good thing came out of it.
Against veteran Roxanne Modafferi at Invicta FC 10, Lee was able to push the fight to a split-decision; proving she belongs near the top of the 125-pound class and helping her make proper changes to her game.
“I learned a lot from that loss,” Lee told MMAWeekly.com. “There were some things I needed working on. I feel like I’m doing a lot better in my all-around game and it has improved a lot since then.
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“I’m not making any excuses. I lost the fight. It was an honor to fight Roxanne, but to lose to her was not a bad thing, especially at such an early stage in my career. I wish I would have won, but fighting her showed that I could compete with girls at her level.”
Lee was able to rebound this September with a late third-round submission of Rachael ….View original article