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ROAD FC Young Guns 39 preliminary card breakdown, broadcast details for Saturday, July 28

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ROAD Fighting Championship 048 will take place on July 28, 2018 at the Wonju Gymnasium in South Korea. The main event is the Middleweight Championship Match between reigning Champion Choi Young and challenger La In-Ja. Also, exciting middleweights Michel Pereira and Yang Hae-Jun will debut in ROAD. Plus, home grown Wonju fighters make a strong appearance, including stand outs former “High School Fighter” Lee Ye-Ji and Fireman Shin Dong-Guk.

Young Guns 39 preliminary card

Yoo Jae-Nam vs Han Yi-Moon

Yoo Jae-Nam (5-7, ROAD Gym Wonju) is the long-time training partner of former ROAD FC Champion Kim Soo-Chul. During his career he’s faced bright times as a hot prospect, and stumbling stress with a string of losses, but always delivered exciting performances. Yoo recently broke his spate of bad luck with a first round choke submission victory over Tatsuhito Satsuma.

Han Yi-Moon (4-3-1, Team Finish) entered the TV show “Crying Fist” as a teenager and became an instant standout by showing off his aggression and strong skills. He went through a 4-year professional MMA career and then stopped to complete his military service. Han’s last match saw him draw with Yuan Ye in a thriller, and fans will remember this well when he returns to the cage for the first time in over two and a half years.

Yoo Jae-Nam versus Han Yi-Moon is a battle between two well-known Korean fighters who have complete skill sets – will Yoo continue his climb or will Han make a brilliant return?

Kim Hyung-Su vs Jeon Chang-Geun

Another battle between popular MMA reality TV stars is set when “Crying Fist” standout Kim Hyung-Su faces “Fearless Guys” winner Jeon Chang-Geun.

Kim (3-1-1, Kim Daehwan MMA) is a well-known wrestler who overcame a rare blood cancer and used his platform to champion children suffering similar diseases. He bravely challenged Kron Gracie in the pair’s debut MMA performance, and went on to go 3-1-1 with a recent TKO over much more experienced Sano in The Outsider Tournament Finals.

Jeon (1-0, BNM Multi Gym) announced his presence on “Fearless Guys” by calling himself a “Fighting Genius”. He then proceeded to back up his claim with dominance in the drills and skill tests, rising through the sparring and matches to win the whole competition. Jeon’s first pro appearance in ROAD FC is highly anticipated since the season’s end.

Damlanpurev Baasankhuu vs Ko Dong-Hyuk

Baasnkhuu (4-1-1, Team Tungaa) has made a name for himself beating some highly ranked Mongolian and Chinese fighters. His debut with Yuta Nezu was a hard-fought draw which shook off the ring rust from almost 2 years away from the cage.

Ko (0-4, Team Strong Wolf) is a 21-year old rookie who carved a long amateur career in the ROAD leagues before going pro. Although he has yet to earn a win on his record, Ko is gunning for as much experience as possible which included his first pro fight against none other than DEEP champ Yuki Motoya.

Toichubaev Bakhtiyar vs Jeong Sang-Jin

Bakhtiyar (10-4, Jash Kuch) is a Kyrgyzstan prospect who’s trying to make a name for himself on the international fight scene. He has good knockout power and endurance which makes him a threat to anyone. Jeong (1-0, Team Poma) has come to MMA later than most, but has shown impressive performances in his amateur fights, and won by armbar in his pro debut. He’s expected to show much more striking potential in what will be abig step up in levels this fight.

Baek Seung-Min vs Gwun Do-Hyung

Baek (1-2, Korean Zombie MMA) and Gwun (0-2, Gumi MMA) are two rookies who show the ferocious Korean style, and will make an exciting fight for the fans. They both need the win to work their way into the rankings.

Lee Han-Yong vs Jin Ik-Tae

The show gets started with an openweight bout between two young rookies out to make a name for themselves!

Event: ROAD Fighting Championship 048
Date: July 28, 2018
Venue: Wonju Gymnasium
City: Wonju, South Korea
Live Broadcast:
16:00KST YouTube/RoadFC

Middleweight Championship
Choi Young vs La In-Jae

Middleweight Match
Michel Pereira vs Yang Hae-Jun

Women’s Atomweight Match
Lee Ye-Ji vs Arai Mika

Middleweight Match
Jeon Uh-Jin vs Choi Won-Jun

Lightweight Match
Shin Dong-Guk vs Hayashi Tamotsu

Middleweight Match
Kim Dae-Sung vs Lee Jong-Hwan

YOUNG GUNS 39 Preliminary Card

Bantamweight Match
Yoo Jae-Nam vs Han Yi-Moon

Lightweight Match
Kim Hyung-Su vs Jeon Chang-Geun

Flyweight Match
Baek Jong-Hyun vs Park Su-Wan

Bantamweight Match
Damlanpurev Baasankhuu vs Ko Dong-Hyuk

Bantamweight Match
Toichubaev Bakhtiyar vs Jeong Sang-Jin

Baek Seung-Min vs Gwun Do-Hyung

Lee Han-Yong vs Jin Ik-Tae


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