ROAD FC 16 Official Results

27 July, 2014 - ROAD FC 016 delivered nonstop action to a sold-out arena, Jo Nam-Jin crowned the first ROAD FC Flyweight Champion

ROAD FC 016 Main Event Synopsis

ROAD FC 016 took place on 26 July at the sold-out Park Chung-Hee Stadium in Gumi, South Korea featuring the first Flyweight Championship match.  Team MAD's Jo Nam-Jin displayed his wrestling, resilience, and sheer willpower in a three-round Split Decision verdict over Team MAX's Song Min-Jong to become the first ROAD FC Flyweight Champion.  
Both fighters pushed the action from the opening bell.  Jo stipulated a striking battle in the first round, and Song responded in the second by pressing for takedowns.  In the third, Jo edged out Song with control in a very close round, and the judges awarded him the verdict, making him the new ROAD FC Flyweight Champion.
Riki Fukuda was very cautious of Yoon Dong-Sik's incredible judo.  Light engagements in striking ended in the clinch.  Yoon went for a harai goshi and Fukuda stepped out of it which allowed him the back take.  Fukuda finished with pounding from that position to get the victory over the Korean hero by way of TKO.
As predicted, Bruno Miranda and Lee Kwang-Hee delivered amazing striking action.  Miranda's timing and combinations were incredible, but Lee's chin was made of stone.  Therefore, Miranda timed a knee to the liver that crumpled Lee, so the Brazilian won by TKO.
Song Hyo-Kyung proved she is more that a pretty face by taking down and pounding out Kimura Hazuki.  Hazuki was not afraid to strike with Song, and on the ground she constantly worked for reversals out of positions and escaped an arm bar, but Song was far too strong for her.  Kazuki's corner threw in the towel.
Park Hyung-Geun tasted sweet revenge against Crying Fist Season 3 Winner Lim Byung-Hee.  In the first round, Park muscled Lim down and took his back and kept him there until the bell.  Park showed a brilliant grappling game and dominant top position in the second round, and the referee was forced to stop Lim from receiving any more damage.
Young Guns 15 Synopsis

On the Young Guns 15 undercard, Kim Dae-Sung opened the event by opening up Seol Bo-Kyung's face with sharp elbows and his aggression won the verdict on the judges' scorecards.  Kim Kyu-Hwa also found the judges rule in his favor with his single leg take downs more controlling and damaging than Kim Jin-Min's high-flying throws.


Yoo Tae-Woo won with the first submission of the night as he threw Ryu Kyung-Gwan down and went for the Rear Naked Choke.  Jo Young-Jun didn't follow this up with another finish, but he did outwork Jeon Chan-Hyun enough to win the decision.


Daiju Takase entertained the crowd with his Gangnam Style entrance before he faced very tough last-minute stand-in Whi Seung-Bae.  They thrilled the crowd by trading kicks and heavy punches.  It was Takase's stunning left hook to Whi's jaw that ended the fight in the first round.

Lightweight Title Match Set for ROAD FC 017 in Seoul, South Korea


ROAD FC will take place on 17 August, 2014 in Seoul, South Korea.  Former Lightweight title contender Kume Takasuke and top striker Kwon A-Sol will fight for the Lightweight Championship which was vacated by Nam Yui-Chul.


Also, Korean superstar Lee Yun-Jun will face submission ace Thiago Luis Silva, and the beautiful Song Ga-Yeon will make her MMA debut versus Emi Yamamoto.


Showcasing the very best of MMA sport and entertainment – ROAD Fighting Championship!

ROAD Fighting Championship 016 OFFICIAL RESULTS

Date:  Saturday 26 July, 2014
Place:  Park Chung-Hee Stadium, Gumi, South Korea


Main Card:

Flyweight Championship
Jo Nam-Jin defeats Song Min-Jong by Split Decision at 5:00 minutes of round 3

Middleweight Match
Fukuda Riki defeats Yoon Dong-Sik by TKO at 3:32 minutes of round 1

Lightweight Match
Bruno Miranda defeats Lee Kwang-Hee by TKO at 4:21 minutes of round 1

Women's 54kg Catchweight Match
Song Hyo-Kyung defeats Kimura Hazuki by withdraw at 2:21 minutes of round 2

Featherweight Match
Park Hyung-Geun deafeats Lim Byung-Hee by unanimous decision at 5:00 minutes of round 2

Young Guns 15 Undercard

Middleweight Match
Takase Daiju defeats Whi Seung-Bae by TKO at 4:34 minutes of round 1

Jo Young-Jun defeats Jeon Chan-Hyun by Split Decision at 5:00 minutes of round 2

Lightweight Match
Yoo Tae-Woo defeats Ryu Kyung-Gwan by RNC (Rear Naked Choke) at 2:53 minutes of round 1

Flyweight Match
Kim Kyu-Hwa defeats Kim Jin-Min by Split Decision at 5:00 minutes of round 2

Middleweight Match
Kim Dae-Sung defeats Seol Bo-Kyung by unanimous decision at 5:00 minutes of round 2


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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.  ROAD FC numbered series events with the Young Guns undercard are held in major cities across Korea in 2014, featuring the most exciting and well-recognized Korean and international MMA fighters.  "ROAD FC - KOREA" events provide more opportunities for foreign fighters to compete and ascend in the rankings.  ROAD FC events are broadcast live and delay in Korea on SuperAction, internationally on KIX, and streamed live internationally.
About ROAD FC Official Gym

To support this expansion and all ROAD FC fighters, the ROAD FC Official Gym in Gangnam, Seoul has been constructed.  This state-of-the-art facility is approximately 500 square meters, has a cage built to ROAD FC specifications, and generous mat area for martial arts training and CrossFit.  Famous Korean MMA fighter Seo Doo-Won, formerly of the National Wrestling Team, is the Head Coach.

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!"

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Road FC 16 Results

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