ROAD FC 027 Official Weigh in results, quotes and photos for first CHINA event

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ROAD FC 027 Official Weigh in results, quotes and photos for first CHINA event

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XIAOMI presents ROAD FC 027 Official Weigh in results, quotes and photos

 

25 December, 2015 - Official weigh ins for ROAD Fighting Championship's first event in China, XIAOMI presents ROAD FC 027 in Shanghai, took place on 25 December, 2015 in the China Hall of the Pudong Shangri-La. All 22 fighters made weight on the first try.

 

The flair of the giants in the Openweight Tournament facing off and the “country versus country” rivalry created an electric atmosphere. Respect was shown between the China versus Korea matches, with the notable exception being Aorigele's and Kim Jae-Hun's ongoing war of the beastly men.

 

XIAOMI presents ROAD FC 027 will take place tomorrow, 26 December, at the Shanghai Oriental Sports Centre at 19:00 China Standard Time. This ground-breaking cross-cultural MMA endeavor will be broadcast live from 20:30 on China's state run station CCTV 5.

 

 

Quotes from the fighters of XIAOMI presents ROAD FC 027 in China

 

Luo Quanhao:

 

“I don't have a particular strategy but I've been training really hard for this match. And I'll show you what I'm capable of tomorrow.”

 

Choi Hong-Man:

 

“I'm excited to be in the Openweight Tournament and to fight in ROAD FC in China. I think people here like my opponent better! He is a young guy with a good background and I'd like to see him show that against me. My tension is gone and I've been training really well. Actually, I'd like to end up in the final and fight Mighty Mo.”

 

Zhang Lipeng:

 

“Merry Christmas! I don't know if people know me in South Korea, but my opponent is a well-known Taekwono fighter. Tomorrow I'll give you the chance to try and kick me.”

 

Hong Young-Ki:

 

“I will work hard for the win.”

 

Aorigele:

 

“I come into this match without the looks of my opponent. He thinks he's scary because he looks like a Japanese yakuza. Kim Jae-Hun thinks he can come to China and retire me in the first round? This is mindless crap. His wrestling is weak, I'll show him why Mongolian wrestling is famous.”

 

Kim Jae-Hun:

 

“The Openweight Tournament quarterfinals will go down with glory. This is going to be the most exciting match of ROAD FC 027. He should be scared of me. He's not my equal, I'd like to slap him for thinking it. I don't think this will be a long war, it will be a short slugfest. I've wrestled with weak opponents who are more fragile than him.”

 

Zhao Zilong:

 

“My opponent is 39 and a legend in MMA, I have a lot of respect for him. But I'm very hungry. I lost 15 kgs, it was a difficult process. I'm thankful to be in ROAD FC and I consider it to be global competition.”

 

Minowa Ikuhisa:

 

“Minowaman is back. ROAD FC in China is a big reason to celebrate. Tomorrow we'll fight hard. I will win.”

 

Zhao Zhikang:

 

“Tomorrow both my opponent and I are going to put on a good fight.”

 

Choi Mu-Song:

 

“I'm going into this match with all my heart; I'm willing to die for it.”

 

Bao Yincang:

 

“I'll do my best.”

 

Nandinerdene:

 

“I'm going to work really hard for the win.”

 

Mighty Mo:

 

“I'm going to make a big impact in China with my performance.”

 

Choi Mu-Bae:

 

“I represented Korea in wrestling in the 1990 Beijing Asian Games. I'm looking at this fight with Mighty Mo as if it's the last fight of my life. There is so much meaning in this to me. It may not look like it but I'm in great condition and I'm ready to show it tomorrow.”

 

Liang Lingyu:

 

“I really prepared for this so I expect to show you my best tomorrow.”

 

Myung Hyun-Man

 

“Tomorrow's match won't go to decision. One of us is going down, and it will be by a KO. This will be too much like a war so it has to be that way.”

 

He Nannan:

 

“Tomorrow I'm going to win because I worked harder.”

 

Tanaka Daisaku:

 

“Tomorrow's fight is going to be hard, so I hope everybody cheers for me.”

 

Yan Xiaonan:

 

“I've put a lot of preparation in for this match. I'm looking to have a good fight inside the cage.”

 

Nam Ye-Hyun:

 

“I'd like to thank ROAD FC for this big opportunity. I'm willing to give everything I have in the cage, because that's what my father taught me.”

 

Yibugele:

 

“I will bite down and show you my best in the cage.”

 

Choi Jong-Chan:

 

“I'm honored to participate in the first event in China. It was a lot of preparation. This will be my best fight. I'll show you when I get in the cage.”

 

 

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!"

 

 

Event: XIAOMI presents ROAD Fighting Championship 027

Date: Saturday, 26 December, 2015

Place: Shanghai Oriental Sports Center, Shanghai, China

 

Live at 19:00 CST

In Korea: Live on SuperAction

In Japan: Live PPV stream on Niconico at http://live.nicovideo.jp/gate/lv246169843

 

Internationally: Live PPV stream on Epicentre.tv at http://www.epicentre.tv/events/road-fc-027/

 

Main Card live at 20:30 CST

In China: Live on CCTV5, live stream on CNTV

 

Limited tickets on sale at http://www.228.com.cn/ticket-79631342.html

 

 

OFFICIAL WEIGH IN RESULTS

 

Part 2

 

6th Openweight Tournament Quarter Final

Luo Quanhao : 116.5kg

Choi Hong-Man : 151.5kg

 

5th -70kg Lightweight Match

Zhang Lipeng : 69.95kg (Pass)

Hong Young-Ki : 70.45kg (Pass)

 

4th Openweight Tournament Quarter Final

Aorigele : 146.7kg

Kim Jae-Hun : 126.1kg

 

3rd -93kg Light Heavyweight Match

Zhao Zilong : 90.7kg (Pass)

Minowa Ikuhisa : 81.7kg (Pass)

 

2nd -61.5kg Bantamweight Match

Zhao Zhikang : 61.8kg (Pass)

Choi Mu-Song : 61.35kg (Pass)

 

1st -70kg Lightweight Match

Bao Yincang : 70.15kg (Pass)

Nandinerdene : 70.5kg (Pass)

 

Part 1

 

5th Open Tournament Quarter Final

Mighty Mo : 129.6kg

Choi Mu-Bae : 114.3kg

 

4th Open Tournament Quarter Final

Liang Lingyu : 95.5kg

Myung Hyun-Man : 118kg

 

3rd -65.5kg Featherweight Match

He Nannan: 65.75kg (Pass)

Tanaka Daisaku : 65.45kg (Pass)

 

2nd -52kg Strawweight Match

Yan Xiaonan : 52.2kg (Pass)

Nam Ye-Hyun : 52.4kg (Pass)

 

1st -65.5kg Featherweight Match

Yibugele: 65.9kg (Pass)

Choi Jong-Chan: 65.9kg (Pass)

 

 

For updates please visit:

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Official Sina blog ROADFC (http://blog.sina.com.cn/roadfc)

 

Media Contacts:

 

Lee Li

Marketing Dept. Manager

(+852) 9125-2653

 

Mark Lee

Marketing Dept. General Manager

(+82 33) 766 7666

 

ROAD Inc. Marketing Dept.

1008-12, Haenggu-dong, Wonju-Si, Gangwon-do, Korea 26455

 

 

About ROAD Fighting Championship

 

The 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 Epicentre.tv. 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.

 

About Xiaomi

 

Xiaomi Inc. is a privately owned Chinese electronics company headquartered in Beijing, China, that is the world's 3rd largest smartphone maker. Xiaomi designs, develops, and sells smartphones, mobile apps, and related consumer electronics. Since the release of its first smartphone in August 2011, Xiaomi has gained market share in mainland China and expanded into developing a wider range of consumer electronics, including a smart home device ecosystem. The company's founder and CEO is Lei Jun, China's 23rd richest person according to Forbes. The company sold over 60 million smartphones in 2014

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