ROAD FC 037: Young Guns 32 open

ROAD FC 037: Young Guns 32 open

RoadFC - February 26, 2017
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ROAD Fighting Championship is proud to open the full Young Guns 32 preliminary card for Xiaomi ROAD FC 037 on March 11, 2017 at the Grand Hilton Convention Center in Seoul, South Korea.

From RINGS in Japan come two brothers who are champions in The Outsiders, Asakura Kai and Asakura Mikuru. Kai holds the Flyweight belt, while Mikuru is a double division title holder at 65kg and 70kg. Both brothers grew up in The Outsiders amateur and professional ranks, and both are known for their remarkable finish rates by KO, thanks to karate.

Asakura Kai (7-0, RINGS) will be facing his second opponent in ROAD FC, another on-fire flyweight with a 6-fight win streak broken only by a Draw in a contender’s match, Alatengheili (11-5-1, Team Alt). Both fighters are extremely talented, with fast, powerful striking and the ability to take it to the ground for a brutal finish.

Asakura Mikuru (4-0, RINGS) will have his first fight outside of Japan against Oh Du-Seok (0-2, Team Thai Hone). Mikuru’s background in karate has created a furious striker. Oh, a champion kick boxer in WBKF and national champ with the World Muay Thai Federation, has struggled in his MMA transition with back to back losses in ROAD FC China events. Oh will finally have the high ground of home territory and more cage experience, but Mikuru will not be a walk in the park.

Also on the card, Guangdong Glory teammates Yang Junkai (2-3) and Wang Deyu (3-1) return against Shin Seung-Min (4-1, Ssen Gym) and Kim Tae-Gyun (1-2, Team Finish).

Middleweights will also feature twice, as diehard Choi In-Yong (0-2, Team Klaus) looks for his first win over sambo National Team medalist Lim Dong-Hwan (debut, Team Strong Wolf), and Jeon Young-Jun (2-1, Team MAD) waits for a late notice fill in to be confirmed.

Finally, flyweights Yun Ho-Young (2-3, Ssen Gym) and Go Gi-Won (0-1, Ssabi MMA) look to climb the growing 57kg division.
A previously announced for the main event, former Shooto champion Nezu Yuta and Jang Ik-Hwan will cap off the prelims with a Muay Thai strikers’ delight.

ROAD FC XX Rematches of rookie versus veteran are the theme in the co-Main Events for the first ROAD FCXX all female card, as tough prospect Kang Jin-Hee rematches Japanese boxing champion Raika Emiko, and “School Girl Fighter” Lee Ye-Ji returns against women’s MMA pioneer “Princess” Shinashi Satoko. Park Jeong-Eun versus Sharma Devaiah will be a thriller between two
aggressive fighters who like to get down to business. Lim So-Hee versus Hana Date will showcase the oldest martial arts of kung fu and Maharaja Kalurika.

Fujino Emi versus Natalya Denisova will be veteran aggressor versus tactical up and comer. National Muay Thai champion Shim Yoo-Ree and Shooto amateur fighter Harada Shiho will make their co-debut in professional MMA. Opening the main card, Hong Yun-Ha vs Wang Xiangjie will be grappler versus striker, however both women are determined to show their all around MMA game.

Event: Xiaomi ROAD Fighting Championship 037
Date: Saturday, 11 March, 2017
Place: Grand Hilton Convention Centre, Seoul, South Korea
Guns start: 17:30KST
Main Card start: 20:00KST

ROAD FC XX Main Card
Women’s Flyweight MatchKang
Jin-Hee vs Raika Emiko
Women’s -46.5kg Catchweight MatchLee
Ye-Ji vs Shinashi Satoko
Women’s Atomweight MatchPark
Jeong-Eun vs Sharma Devaiah
Women’s Atomweight MatchLim
So-Hee vs Hana Date
Women’s Strawweight MatchFujino
Emi vs Natalya Denisova
Women’s Strawweight Match
Yu-Ri vs Harada Shiho
Women’s -50.5kg Catchweight MatchHong
Yun-Ha vs Wang Xiangjie


Young Guns 32 Preliminary Card
Bantamweight MatchNezu
Yuta vs Jang Ik-Hwan
Flyweight MatchAlatengheili
vs Asakura Kai
Middleweight MatchJeon
Young-Jun vs TBA
Featherweight MatchShin
Seung-Min vs Yang Junkai
Featherweight MatchOh
Du-Seok vs Asakura Mikuru
Flyweight BoutWang
Deyu vs Kim Tae-Gyun
Flyweight MatchYun
Ho-Young vs Go Gi-Won
Middleweight MatchChoi
In-Yong vs Lim Dong-Hwan


ROAD Fighting Championship has been at the forefront of the incredible growth. In this new era of Mixed Martial Arts, ROAD is committed to creating more opportunities for all 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. The Young Guns undercard series brings these up and coming fighters into the spotlight as professionals. ROAD FC events are held in major cities across Korea, Japan, and China featuring the most exciting and well-recognized Korean and international MMA fighters. ROAD FC events are broadcast live and delay in Korea, China, and Japan, Southeast Asia on KIX, and streamed live in the US on DAZN, in China on, in Southeast Asia on, and in other countries on YouTube. The full archive of ROAD FC events are available on demand on YouTube and, and in China on Xunlei KanKan.