ROAD FC 027 in China update: OPENWEIGHT TOURNAMENT rematch Mighty Mo vs Choi Mu-Bae


ROAD FC 027 in China update: OPENWEIGHT TOURNAMENT rematch Mighty Mo vs Choi Mu-Bae


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ROAD FC 027: 26 December, 2015 at the Shanghai Oriental Sports Center in Shanghai, China
Openweight Tournament begins: Choi Mu-Bae steps in to face Mighty Mo in a revenge match

11 November, 2015 - ROAD Fighting Championship will make an historic global expansion into China with ROAD FC 027 in Shanghai on 26 December, 2015 in the 18,000-capacity Shanghai Oriental Sports Center.


Beginning at ROAD FC 027 will be the very first Openweight Tournament.  Four tournament quarterfinal matches will take place during this event.  Featured in this tournament will now be a rematch between "Super Samoan" Mighty Mo Siliga (45, Aguirre's Fighting System) and "Heavy Tank" Choi Mu-Bae (45, Choi Mu-Bae Gym).


Mighty Mo and Choi already faced each other in October at ROAD FC 026.  Mighty Mo reversed the fate of both fighters with a KO in just 37 seconds of the first round, ending his 3-fight losing skid and stopping Choi's 3-win streak.  When the Openweight Tournament was decided, Choi made it very clear that he wanted in, and that he wanted a rematch.  ROAD FC has granted his request, and once again fans can expect to be on the edge of their seats for a brutal conclusion.


Korea's home-grown K-1 veteran Myung Hyun-Man will also be in the tournament against an opponent soon to be announced.


The third match for the Openweight tournament is as previously announced, China's fast-rising Aorigele from Xi'an Sports University versus "Crying Fist" veteran slugger Kim Jae-Hun.


Also, China's top lightweight and UFC TUF China winner Zhang Lipeng will debut with ROAD FC against Korean Taekwondo master Hong Young-Ki in an action-packed style-versus-style match up.


Plus, China's "King of Sanda" Zhao Zilong will face Japanese legend Minowa Man in a match with global appeal and historical significance!

Event: ROAD Fighting Championship 027
Date: Saturday, 26 December, 2015
Place: Shanghai Oriental Sports Center, Shanghai, China
Main event live at 20:00KST
In Korea: Live on SuperAction
In China: Live on Qinghai TV
Internationally: Live PPV stream on Epicentre.tvOpenweight Tournament Quarterfinal Match
Siala-Mou Siliga vs Choi Mu-Bae
Lightweight Match
Zhang Lipeng vs Hong Young-Ki
Openweight Tournament Quarterfinal Match
Myung Hyun-Man vs TBA
Light Heavyweight Match
Zhao Zilong vs Ikuhisa Minowa
Openweight Tournament Quarterfinal Match
Aorigele vs Kim Jae-Hun
Women's Strawweight Match
Yan Xiaonan vs Nam Ye-Hyun
Featherweight Match
He Nannan vs Tanaka Daisaku
Bao Yingcang vs Mungutsooj Nandinerdene

ROAD FC is the stage where legends shine, rookies thrill, and epic battles are waged that determine the future of MMA. From the pageantry of the grand entrance to the final crunch of the KO, ROAD FC showcases the very best of Mixed Martial Arts sports and entertainment. As we say in Korea, "Fighting!"

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Media Contacts:
Lee Li
Marketing Dept. Manager
Mark Lee
Marketing Dept. General Manager
ROAD Inc. Marketing Dept.
1008-12, Haenggu-dong, Wonju-Si, Gangwon-do, Korea 26455About ROAD Fighting ChampionshipThe sport of MMA is booming in South Korea, and behind the incredible growth is ROAD FC. As this new era of Mixed Martial Arts begins, ROAD FC is committed to creating more opportunities for fighters in growth, experience, and support. The amateur and semi-pro Central and Into Leagues provide a structured, safe, and competitive atmosphere for beginning fighters. The Young Guns undercard series brings these up and coming fighters into the spotlight as professionals.

ROAD FC events are held in major cities across Korea, Japan, and soon China featuring the most exciting and well-recognized Korean and international MMA fighters. ROAD FC events are broadcast live and delay in Korea on SuperAction, internationally on KIX, and streamed live internationally on The full archive of ROAD FC events are available on demand in China on Xunlei KanKan and scheduled to air on The Fight Network in Canada.


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