Xiaomi ROAD FC 030 update: Kim Seung-Yeon injured, bout with Baoshe Riguleng postponed
ROAD FC regretfully announces that Kim Seung-Yeon is injured, his bout with Baoshe Riguleng has been postponed.
2 April, 2016 - ROAD Fighting Championship regrets to announce that Kim Seung-Yeon has sustained an injury in training and will be unable to compete in Xiaomi ROAD FC 030 on 16 April in Beijing, China. His bout with sanda champion Baoshe Riguleng has been postponed.
After his training accident on 31 March, Kim was diagnosed with severe ligament damage and muscle strain; the attending physician stated that the injury will take 4 weeks to heal. Kim was very disappointed to be pulled off his first international bout.
A replacement was initially sought, however Baoshe indicated his desire to face the “Crying Fist” winner in his ROAD FC debut, and agreed to postpone their match to a later date, when Kim will be fully recovered.
Xiaomi ROAD FC 030
On Xiaomi ROAD FC 030, the Openweight Tournament Semifinals will take place. Mighty Mo will take on Myung Hyun-Man, and Choi Hong-Man will face Aorigele. A women's match that promises violence is set between China's top MMA female fighter Yan Xiaonan and Korean sanda standout Lim So-Hee. The entertaining Alatengheili taking on Japan's Sasaki Fumiya. Now opening up the main card will be He Nannan versus Alexey Polpudnikov.
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Event: Xiaomi presents ROAD Fighting Championship 030
Date: Saturday, 16 April, 2016
Place: Beijing Worker's Sports Complex, Beijing, China
Tickets available at:
Maoyan (mobile) http://www.maoyan.com
Live on CCTV5 in China at 20:00 CST
Live on SuperAction in Korea at 18:00 CST
Live on Epicentre.TV around the world at 18:00 CST
Openweight Tournament Semifinal A
Choi Hong-Man vs Aorigele
Women's -52 kg Catchweight Match
Yan Xiaonan vs Lim So-Hee
Openweight Tournament Semifinal B
Myung Hyun-Man vs Mighty Mo
Alatengheili vs Sasaki Fumiya
He Nannan vs Alexey Polpudnikov
Albert Cheng vs Yuki Ishihara
Yang Junkai vs Oh Du-Suk
Zheng Xiaoliang vs Jang Ik-Hwan
Shang Lianru vs Kim Se-Yeong
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