ROAD FC 036 results, recap and photos

ROAD FC 036 results, recap and photos

RoadFC - February 13, 2017
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ROAD Fighting Championship announces the results of Xiaomi ROAD FC 036 on February 11, 2017 at the Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul, South Korea.

In the Main Event of Xiaomi ROAD FC 036, Riki Fukuda and Kim Nae-Chul delivered a rousing performance to put the exclamation point on a thrilling night of fights. The massive middleweights ran the gamut of power punching, brutal clinch work and surprising grappling attacks. Both fighters racked up point after point on the scorecards, but it was Fukuda who edged out at the final decision. Fukuda will now be the next title challenger to ROAD FC Middleweight Champion Cha Jung-Hwan, in a rematch that Fukuda hopes will see his title restored to him.

Controversial pro wrestler Yoshiko made her MMA debut against newcomer Chun Sun-Yoo and it was every bit as thrilling as expected. Yoshiko’s unpolished brawling contrasted with the much taller Chun’s technique, but very quickly it didn’t matter. Yoshiko landed a punch that toppled Chun unconscious in just over two minutes.

Cross-straits standouts Taiyo Nakahara and Moon Jea-Hoon made the drop to flyweight as contenders, and put on a clear style versus style match. Moon stuck to his Taekwondo and Nakahara to his grappling, each staying true to form. Nakahara’s work ended up edging out Moon’s on the scorecards.

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Event: Xiaomi ROAD Fighting Championship 036
Date: Saturday, 11 February, 2017
Place: Jangchung Gymnasium, Seoul, South Korea


Main Card – Part 2

#6 Middleweight Match
Riki Fukuda def Kim Nae-Chul by UD

#5 International Trials for Lightweight Tournament Match
Sasaki Shinji def Albert Cheng by UD

#4 International Trials for Lightweight Tournament Match
Leo Kuntz def Hong Young-Ki by Submission, RNC R3 1:47

#3 International Trials for Lightweight Tournament Match
Park Dae-Sung def Rodrigo Caporal by Split Decision 2:1

#2 Women’s Openweight Match
Hirano Yoshiko def Chun Sun-Yoo by KO, R1 2:01

#1 International Trials for Lightweight Tournament Match
Shamil Zavurov def Kim Won-Gi bu UD


Main Card – Part 1

#6 Flyweight Match
Nakahara Taiyo def Moon Jea-Hoon by UD

#5 International Trials for Lightweight Tournament Match
Toninho Furia def Lee Hyung-Seok by UD

#4 International Trials for Lightweight Tournament Match
Kim Chang-Hyun def Andy Main by UD

#3 International Trials for Lightweight Tournament Match
Ronys Torres def Ermek Tlauov by Submission, Guillotine, R1 4:47

#2 Reserve Lightweight Match
Park Hae-Jin def Cho Young-Seung by UD

#1 Reserve Lightweight Match
Ki Won-Bin def Jeong Jae-Il by TKO R1 0:59


Opening matches

#3 Lightweight Match
Min Kyeong-Chul def Cho Young-Jun by TKO R1 4:45

#2 Flyweight Match
Seo Dong-Soo def Park Su-Wan vs by TKO, R 1 1:48

#1 Bantamweight Match
Seo Jin-Soo def Lee Seong-Su by UD


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