Xiaomi presents ROAD FC 029 official results for the undercard Young Guns 27

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Xiaomi presents ROAD FC 029 official results for the undercard Young Guns 27

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Xiaomi presents ROAD FC 029 official results for the undercard Young Guns 27

 

15 March, 2016 -  ROAD FC 029 took place on 12 March, 2016.  In the Main Event, Featherweight Champion Choi Mu-Gyeom tactfully made his second successful defense of the title in a blistering 3 rounds with Marlon Sandro.  The undercard, Young Guns 27, was broadcast on SuperAction on 13 March.

 

In the Main Event for Young Guns 27, Modern Pankration Federation representative Gennadiy Kovalev took on Korean boxing champion Cha In-Ho in what was expected to be a hot striker's match up.  Kovalev made clear that the nine KOs on his record were no fluke as he hunted Cha right from the bell.  Kovalev got a huge double leg takedown at the cage, but immediately disregarded his own intention of taking the fight to the ground.  His sights set on Cha, he swung for the fences and got the TKO halfway through the first round.

 

The remaining 6 fights on the Young Guns 27 card showcased a mix of fighters transitioning from the amateur ranks of ROAD FC: Into League and Central League, plus other young pros looking to launch their careers.

 

Kang Yeun-Su and Koo Bon-Hyuk went back and forth in their 2-round affair, with Koo doing the most work in the first with a dominant position on the ground.  However, Kang came back strong in the second, dominated most of the round, and racked up the scorecards in his favor for the decision win.

 

Burenzorig Batmunkh proved too tough for Choi Won-Jun to handle throughout 2 rounds.  Batmunkh showed good prowess in playing keep away from Choi's powerful kicks.  Batmunkh did his best work inside where he pressured, grappled and punched his way to a win.

 

Muay Thai proponent La In-Jae did his best work in the clinch against a very tough grinder Jeon Young-Jun.  La worked constantly, didn't allow Jeon a moment to breathe,  and the scorecards proved La was the obvious winner at the end of 2 rounds.

 

In a match turned completely upside down, Lee Hoo-Sun's Jiu Jitsu never came into play against striker Hong Jong-Tae, because he knocked the latter out in 41 seconds of their match.

 

A very evenly matched Kim Tae-Gyun and Go Gi-Won put on a good show in their dual second professional match.  Go's reach was impressive, and his takedown defense successful in the first round.  Kim's very good footwork and distancing kept him safe, and in the second his takedown racked up points.  Kim continued to snipe from the outside and outpointed Go at the bell.

 

Kim Hyeon-Min versus Lee Jin-Kyu ended in a disappointing No Contest when Kim's finger found its way into Lee's eye.

 

Stay tuned for ROAD FC 030 in Beijing on 16 April!

 

Event: Xiaomi presents ROAD Fighting Championship 029

Date: Saturday, 12 March, 2016

Place: Chiak Stadium, Wonju, South Korea

 

Young Guns 27 Undercard

OFFICIAL RESULTS

 

7th -77kg Welterweight Match

Gennadii Kovalev defeats Cha In-Ho by TKO (Punch), 1ROUND, 2:15

6th -57kg Flyweight Match

Kang Yeun-Su defeats Koo Bon-Hyuk by decision 3:0

5th -77kg Welterweight Match

Burenzorig Batmunkh defeats Choi Won-Jun by decision 3:0

4th -84kg Middleweight Match

La In-Jae defeats Jeon Young-Jun by decision 3:0

3rd -65.5kg Featherweight Match

Lee Hoo-Sun defeats Hong Jong-Tae by KO (Punch)1ROUND 0:41

2nd -57kg Flyweight Match

Kim Tae-Gyun defeats Go Gi-Won by decision 3:0

1st -77kg Welterweight Match
Kim Hyeon-Min vs Lee Jin-Kyu, No Contest, 1ROUND 3:41seconds

 YoungGuns271 Kim def Lee YoungGuns272 Kim def Go YoungGuns273 Lee def Hong YoungGuns275 Buren def Choi YoungGuns276 Kang def Koo YoungGuns277 Kovalev def Cha YounGuns274 La def Jeon

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Media Contacts:

 

Lee Li

Marketing Dept. Manager

(+852) 9125-2653

 

Mark Lee

Marketing Dept. General Manager

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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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