Category Archives: Road FC

Xiaomi ROAD FC 035 official weigh in results and new live MBC broadcast

Xiaomi ROAD FC 035 official weigh in results and new live MBC broadcast Xiaomi ROAD FC 035 official weigh in results and new live MBC broadcast For immediate release:   9 December, 2016 – ROAD Fighting Championship announces the official weigh in results for Xiaomi ROAD FC 035 which will take place tomorrow, 10 December at the JangChung Gymnasium in Seoul, South Korea. On the Main Card with three title fights, all fighters made weight.   Xiaomi ROAD FC 035 marks an exciting new broadcast partnership with Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation (MBC). MBC is South Korea’s leading public tertiary broadcaster, a multimedia group with a nationwide network of 17 regional stations. For the first time, Xiaomi ROAD FC 035 will be broadcast live on MBC in its entirety, including the Young Guns 31 preliminary card, starting at 17:00 Korea Standard Time. The entire event will also...

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Xiaomi ROAD FC 035: Kim Soo-Chul faces late stand in opponent Shimizu Shunichi

Xiaomi ROAD FC 035: Kim Soo-Chul faces late stand in opponent Shimizu Shunichi Xiaomi ROAD FC 035: Kim Soo-Chul faces late stand in opponent Shimizu Shunichi For immediate release: 1 December, 2016 – ROAD Fighting Championship announces that Kim Soo-Chul will indeed have a replacement for his match in Xiaomi ROAD FC 035. Japanese journeyman Shimizu Shunichi has agreed to step in on late notice to face Kim on 10 December in Seoul, South Korea. Originally, Kim Soo-Chul was set to face Kim Min-Woo for the vacant ROAD FC Bantamweight title, however Min-Woo’s minor surgery delayed the match until 2017. Scott Jorgensen was announced as the match up for Kim on Xiaomi ROAD FC 035. Unfortunately, Jorgensen injured his ankle during training camp and was forced to withdraw.  With ten days notice before ROAD FC 035, Shimizu Shunichi has agreed to step in against Kim...

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Xiaomi ROAD FC 035 update: Scott Jorgensen injured, out of fight with Kim Soo-Chul

Xiaomi ROAD FC 035 update: Scott Jorgensen injured, out of fight with Kim Soo-Chul Xiaomi ROAD FC 035 update: Scott Jorgensen injured, out of fight with Kim Soo-Chul For immediate release: 28 November, 2016 – ROAD Fighting Championship announces the unfortunate withdrawal of Scott Jorgensen from his fight with Kim Soo-Chul due to injury.  Jorgensen injured his left ankle during training and has been restricted from activity by a physician for ten weeks to allow for time to heal.  ROAD FC wishes Jorgensen a full recovery, and looks forward to his return and debut in the ROAD FC cage.     Also in response to injury, former ROAD FC Middleweight Champion Lee Eun-Soo will now face up and coming MMA grappling sensation Kuerbanjiang Tuluosibake instead of Makshati Sailik at Welterweight.  Xiaomi ROAD FC 035 in Seoul Profits from Xiaomi ROAD FC 035 will go to...

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Xiaomi ROAD FC 034 Official results, recap, and photos

  Xiaomi ROAD FC 034 Official results, recap, and photos Xiaomi ROAD FC 034 Official results, recap, and photos For immediate release: 19 November, 2016 – ROAD Fighting Championship held Xiaomi ROAD FC 034 in Shijiazhuang, China on 19 November, 2016. The crowd of 8,000 on hand were very vocal for the hometown favorite Zhang Jianjun, and were deafening for the well-known Song Kenan, Yan Xiaonan and Aorigele. It was an event filled with thrillers, drama, and the pride of victory. ROAD FC 034 Main Card Featherweight Champion Choi Mu-Gyeom took on challenger Murat Kazgan as the Main Event match. Early in the first round, Kazgan looked strong, threw overhand rights, and caught a kick that put Choi on the ground. Choi quickly recovered and began a technical and painful assault on Kazgan’s left leg, and blitzed him with punches. Final kicks to the body...

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Xiaomi ROAD FC 034 Official Weigh In results and broadcast schedule

Xiaomi ROAD FC 034 Official Weigh In results and broadcast schedule Xiaomi ROAD FC 034 Official Weigh In results and broadcast schedule For immediate release: 18 November, 2016 – ROAD Fighting Championship presents today’s Official Weigh In Results for Xiaomi ROAD FC 034 which will be held tomorrow, 19 November in Shijiazhuang, China. On the Main Card, all fighters successfully made weight. ROAD FC Featherweight Champion Choi Mu-Gyeom will make his third title defense against Turkish sensation Murat Kazgan. Without needing a weight cut, Aorigele takes on the much more experienced Kawaguchi Yusuke.  Yan Xiaonan and Fujino Emi will make it a slugfest between two of the most brutal cross-continental female fighters in Asia as Fujino successfully made the lower division cut. China’s rising Song Kenan and powerful Russian Elnur Agaev looked to be in excellent form.  Champion wrestlers Hou Zhenlin and Shim Gun-Oh showed...

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ROAD FC announces 5 International Trials for seeding in the $1 Million Lightweight Tournament

ROAD FC announces 5 International Trials for seeding in the $1 Million Lightweight Tournament  ROAD FC announces 5 International Trials for seeding in the $1 Million Lightweight Tournament For immediate release: 17 November, 2016 – The ROAD FC $1 Million Lightweight Tournament will be a 32-man winner-takes-all tournament for Asian and international fighters commencing in 2017. Due to overwhelming interest from international fighters, ROAD Fighting Championship is excited to announce a series of five International Trials to provide more opportunities for international fighters to be seeded in the Tournament. The five Trials will be held from late 2016 through the first quarter of 2017. ROAD FC is honored to be known and respected by athletes from all over the world who wish to compete. To all of the fighters, agents, and fans who have made enquiries, ROAD FC humbly thanks you.  China Trials The first...

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Xiaomi ROAD FC 034 update: Bruno Miranda versus Kim Seung-Yeon postponed due to illness

Xiaomi ROAD FC 034 update: Bruno Miranda versus Kim Seung-Yeon postponed due to illness Xiaomi ROAD FC 034 update: Bruno Miranda versus Kim Seung-Yeon postponed due to illness   For immediate release: 16 November, 2016 – ROAD Fighting Championship would like to wish Bruno Miranda a quick and full recovery from acute gastroenteritis with which he has been unfortunately hospitalized just five days before weigh ins for Xiaomi ROAD FC 034. Due to the severity of the symptoms, Miranda has been deemed unable to compete on Xiaomi ROAD FC 034 on this Saturday, 19 November. His opponent Kim Seung-Yeon has agreed to a postponement to Xiaomi ROAD FC 35 on 10 December so that the highly anticipated match up could still happen. ROAD FC is disappointed not to be able to deliver the match of Miranda versus Kim on Xiaomi ROAD FC 034, however, we...

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Xiaomi ROAD FC 035: Young Guns 31 full card announced

Xiaomi ROAD FC 035: Young Guns 31 full card announced Xiaomi ROAD FC 035: Young Guns 31 full card announced For immediate release: 11 November, 2016 – ROAD Fighting Championship opens the entire preliminary fight card of Young Guns 31. As previously announced, heading Young Guns 31 will be the cumulation of a long-standing feud between “Crying Fist” alums Park Hyung-Geun and Kim Hyung-Su. The sixth fight will be a lightweight Kim Kyung-Pyo (5-0, MMA Story) versus Park Dae-Sung (3-1, Team MOB). Kim holds 3 KOs and 1 submission in an undefeated record since his pro debut last year. Park has been away from the cage since 2014 but is now determined to assault the lightweight rankings. Both fighters are prospects to watch The fifth fight is a featherweight match between Kim Se-Yeong (3-2, Team Gangnam) and Lee Chang-Ju (1-0, Ssabi MMA). Kim has been...

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Xiaomi ROAD FC 035 adds a fan favorite lightweight match: “Parky” versus “Oka”

Xiaomi ROAD FC 035 adds a fan favorite lightweight match: “Parky” versus “Oka” Xiaomi ROAD FC 035 adds a fan favorite lightweight match: “Parky” versus “Oka” For immediate release: 9 November, 2016 – ROAD Fighting Championship is pleased to present a match made for the fans: “Parky” Park Won-Sik faces “Oka” Nandin Erdine at Xiaomi ROAD FC 035 on 10 December at the Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul, South Korea. “Parky” Park Won-Sik (13-6-1-1, Team MAD) has a record in MMA that goes back to 2004. Although he fought in a few Korean promotions, the biggest market was Japan, so he competed there in Mars, DEEP, and Dream. Parky became well-known on both countries for his athleticism, brutal Tae Kwon Do kicks, and finesse in grappling. Unfortunately, injury halted his career, but after successful surgery and rehab, Parky got another shot back in the cage. At...

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ROAD FC announces investment from the China International Culture and Arts Company

ROAD FC announces investment from the China International Culture and Arts Company    ROAD FC announces investment from the China International Culture and Arts Company For immediate release: 8 November, 2016 – ROAD Fighting Championship is pleased to announce investment from the China International Culture and Arts Company, China’s premier management, consulting and brokerage firm for the visual and performing arts. The 11th China Beijing International Cultural and Creative Industry Expo was recently held in Beijing, China to to promote cultural integration – to dig deeper into joint development between the industries of culture, science and technology, education, sports, tourism, and finance. The expo featured over 1,800 exhibitors and was attended by over 220,000 people. It was sponsored by the Beijing State-owned Culture Assets Supervision and Administration Office, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the Industrial Cultural Development and the China Technology Development Association....

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