ROAD FC 19:
Yoon Dong-Sik vs Luis Ramos, Song Hyo-Kyung vs Emi Tomimatsu
ROAD FC 019 adds two more exciting battles at Middleweight and in the Women’s division
ROAD FC 019 will take place on 9 November, 2014 at the Seoul Olympic Hall in Seoul, South Korea. As previously announced, the Main Event is an exciting Middleweight Superfight between ultra-powerful finisher Riki Fukuda of Japan and tough-as-nails Lee Dool-Hee of South Korea.
PRIDE veteran and Gold Medal Judoka Yoon Dong-Sik is back! Yoon was very assertive about restarting his career, but when he faced Japanese standout Riki Fukuda at ROAD FC 016, his comeback was halted in the first round. It was just a small blip on the radar for Yoon. He’s eager and ready to get back in the cage at ROAD FC 19 against the tough Brazilian black belt Luis Ramos.
“Beição” Ramos came to ROAD FC shortly after his UFC career and has spent 30 minutes in the cage with two of Korea’s toughest – Cha Jung-Hwan and Kim Hoon. But since both bouts were too close to call, and awarded Draws, he has yet to see his hand raised at ROAD FC. Ramos will be coming back up to a comfortable 84 kilos to face another very popular Korean opponent in Yoon. Everyone will be expecting a beautiful display of judo from Yoon, but if the fight does hit the canvas, Ramos will be showing off his bag of tricks as well.
ROAD FC is proud to showcase another Women’s MMA match, this time between two Strawweights well-known at home and internationally. Song Hyo-Kyung began her MMA career in Japan and faced some of the toughest in her division, including Emi Fujino and current DEEP JEWELS Champion Mizuki Inoue. She was not deterred by her early trials and claimed her first win at ROAD FC 016. Striker Song will now face another Japanese stand up stand out in former DEEP JEWELS Champion Emi Tomimatsu.
Tomimatsu has tussled with the top in her division at home and abroad. She is a quick striker with lots of experience in her corner who has gone the distance in almost all of her fights, including some thrilling matches that landed her with the title shot. There is no doubt that Tomimatsu will be willing to stand and trade punches with Song, which should make this contender for a blockbuster fight of the night.
Showcasing the very best of MMA sport and entertainment – ROAD Fighting Championship!
Date: Sunday 9 November, 2014
Place: Seoul Olympic Hall, Seoul, South Korea
Live broadcast on SuperAction in South Korea
Live internet stream of Main Card available for $14.95 beginning at 20:00 (KST/JST): https://ww
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 – KOREA” monthly events now will provide many more opportunities for foreign fighters to compete and ascend in the rankings. ROAD FC numbered series events with the Young Guns undercard will be held approximately four times a year in major cities across Korea and Japan in 2014, featuring the most exciting and well-recognized Korean and international MMA fighters. ROADFC events are broadcast live and delay in Korea on SuperAction, internationally on KIX, and streamed live internationally on Epicentre.tv.
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!”