Xiaomi ROAD FC 035 adds Kim Soo-Chul vs Scott Jorgensen, Lee Eun-Soo vs Makshati Sailik
Xiaomi ROAD FC 035 adds Kim Soo-Chul versus Scott Jorgensen and Lee Eun-Soo versus Makshati Sailik.
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7 November, 2016 – ROAD Fighting Championship is excited to announce two more matches for Xiaomi ROAD FC 035 on 10 December at the Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul, South Korea.
First, South Korea's outstanding product Kim Soo-Chul will face thrilling WEC and UFC veteran Scott Jorgensen.
Kim Soo-Chul (14-5-1, Team Force) was expected to be facing Kim Min-Woo for the vacant ROAD FC Bantamweight Championship, however a minor surgery to the latter postponed the match. Kim has faced back-to-back veterans of the sport in his last eight bouts, going undefeated since relinquishing the inaugural ONE Championship belt to Bibano Fernandes. Among those in Kim's win column are UFC vets Issei Tamura and Marcus Brimage, China's top product Jumabieke Tuerxun, Japan's legendary Taiyo Nakahara, and undefeated Jungle Fight Champ Maike Linhares. Kim will again face a mountain of an opponent in his next match.
Scott Jorgensen (15-12, Combat Fitness) is a former WEC title challenger and UFC fighter with a decade of professional MMA under his belt. Prior to MMA, he was a three-time champion collegiate wrestler. Jorgensen has racked up five Fight of the Nights in his career fighting the top in his division, including Antonio Banuelos, Brad Pickett, Dominick Cruz, Eddie Wineland and Urijah Faber. He is a perennial fan favorite who always delivers excitement.
Kim versus Jorgensen is a fight that will definitely have the audience on their feet!
The second match added to Xiaomi ROAD FC 035 is former ROAD FC Middleweight Champion Lee Eun-Soo versus upa and coming Makshati Sailik at Welterweight.
Lee Eun-Soo (16-4, Empower/Him Sports) is the former ROAD FC Middleweight Champion who returns after a long hiatus due to injury which saw him relinquish the belt. Lee is one of the original celebrated Korean mixed martial artists who claimed the Spirit MC Heavyweight Champion and the CMA Openweight Champion. Now he returns to resume his career at the competitive welterweight division of ROAD FC.
Makshati Sailik (5-4, AF Fight Club) is a surging 20-year old welterweight from China. When he was just 15, he was already competing in MMA promotions in China. Before the age of 17 he was the Xinjiang boxing champion. Combine that with three submission finishes in his last four wins, and it looks like Makshati is going to be a big threat to the division.
Lee versus Makshati is proven veteran versus young talent, and there is much at stake for both as the ROAD FC welterweight rankings get even more hotly contested.
Xiaomi ROAD FC 035 in Seoul
Profits from Xiaomi ROAD FC 035 will go to benefit pediatric cancer patients under the “ROAD FC Love Sharing Project”. As previously announced, actor Kim Bo-Sung makes his fighting debut at 50 against Tetsuo Kondo. Plus, ROAD FC Lightweight Champion Kwon A-Sol will face challenger Sasaki Shinji. And, ROAD FC Middleweight Champion Cha Jung-Hwan will take in Choi Young.
Also announced, two “Crying Fist” alums with a long-standing animosity will finally settle the score, as Park Hyung-Geun and Kim Hyung-Su meet in the ROAD FC cage.
Xiaomi ROAD FC 034 in China
Prior to the ROAD FC event on 10, December, Xiaomi ROAD FC 034 will take place on 19 November in Shijiazhuang, Hebei, China. Featured will be ROAD FC Featherweight Champion Choi Mu-Gyeom facing challenger Murat Kazgan, and the China Trials for the 2017 ROAD FC $1 Million 70kg Tournament.
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 034
Date: Saturday, 19 November, 2016
Place: Hebei Gymnasium, Shijiazhuang, China
Live in China on CCTV5 and YY.com
Live in South Korea on SuperAction
Live in Japan on Abema TV
Live internationally on Epicentre.com
Event: Xiaomi ROAD Fighting Championship 035
Date: Saturday, 10 December, 2016
Place: Jangchung Gymnasium, Seoul, South Korea
Special Charity Welterweight Match
Kim Bo-Sung vs Kondo Tetsuo
Kwon A-Sol vs Sasaki Shinji
Cha Jung-Hwan vs Choi Young
Kim Soo-Chul vs Scott Jorgensen
Lee Eun-Soo vs Makshati Sailik
Young Guns 31
Park Hyung-Geun vs Kim Hyung-Su
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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.
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