Xiaomi ROAD FC 033 adds women's catchweight match: Lin Heqin vs Kim Hae-In
Xiaomi ROAD FC 033 adds women's catchweight match Lin Heqin vs Kim Hae-In
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9 August, 2016 – Xiaomi ROAD FC 033 will take place on 10 September, 2016 at the Hefei Sports Center in Hefei, Anhui, China. A women's -54kg catchweight match has been added to complete the card: Lin Heqin versus Kim Hae-In.
China's Lin Heqin (3-1, Black Tiger) will face South Korea's Kim Hae-In (debut, SSABI MMA) in a match that will pit Sanda against Taekwondo. Lin is emerging as a fighter to be watched as she rides a three-fight win streak into this match. While Kim is making her professional MMA debut, she is a lifetime practitioner of Taekwondo and now trains MMA under former ROAD FC Bantamweight Champion Lee Kil-Woo.
Both women possess an arsenal of amazing kicks, so this match should be a striker' treat to watch. Lin and Kim will be fighting to climb the rankings ladder in determining the new top generation of women's MMA fighters in Asia.
Xiaomi ROAD FC 033
Headlining Xiaomi ROAD FC 033 is an exciting Openweight Tournament special reserve match: Aorigele versus Myung Hyun-Man.
Two of the hottest bantamweights in Asia face off when top Korean prospect Kim Min-Woo takes on Shooto Champion Yuta Nezu.
Fan favorites Hong Young-Ki and Uesako Hiroto will meet at Featherweight.
At Bantamweight, on fire veteran Alatengheili accepts a challenge from prospect Jang Dae-Yeong.
At 100kgs, China's Strongman Champion Zhang Jianjun will take on Korean tough guy Kim Dae-Sung.
In an Openweight bang up, two champion wrestlers will meet in MMA as China's Hou Zhenlin faces Korea's Shim Gun-Oh.
At Lightweight, Turkish sensation Murat Kazgan will face up and comer Abe Ukyo.
Opening ROAD FC 033 two rookies will star, as China's Yang Junkai versus Korea's Jang Ik-Hwan are set to ignite the event's nation versus nation competition of the best fighters in Asia!
New Wave MMA 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 ROAD Fighting Championship 033
Date: Saturday, 10 September, 2016
Place: Hefei Sports Center, Hefei, China
Aorigele VS Myung Hyun-Man
Kim Min-Woo VS Nezu Yuta
Women's -54 Catchweight Match
Lin Heqin vs Kim Hae-In
Alatengheili VS Jang Dae-Yeong
Hong Young-Ki VS Uesako Hiroto
Zhang Jianjun VS Kim Dae-Sung
Hou Zhenlin VS Shim Gun-Oh
Murat Kazgan VS Abe Ukyo
Yang Junkai VS Jang Ik-Hwan
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