ROAD FC 041 official results

ROAD FC 041 official results

RoadFC - August 14, 2017
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ROAD Fighting Championship announces the official results for Xiaomi ROAD FC 041 which took place on August 12, 2017 in Wonju, South Korea at the Wonju Gymnasium.

In the main event, Myung Hyun-Man and Chris Barnett did not disappoint in their rematch from their unfortunate first No Contest. Myung hurt Barnett with kicks, and Chris came back with fierce clinching and work inside. In the second round, Myung landed a low knee which called for a time stop, and on the return both men rushed in with punches. Myung landed a right to the chin that sent Barnett face down on the canvas.

Myung, “I think I’m just beginning. I’ve been stubborn with my kickboxing, but I want to evolve. I don’t care who I face, I’ll beat up anyone.”

Barnett, “I enjoyed myself. I know how it ended, but I am perfectly fine. Hit my music!” And he “b-boyed” his exit!

Maesawa Tomo and Lee Ye-Ji put on a wonderful match to celebrate the technical progression of women’s MMA in Asia. Lee was brilliant in the first round with striking and takedown defense, but Maesawa’s grappling skills slowly took the edge and gave her the win by split decision.

Jake Heun and Choi Mu-Bae each played to their strengths and put on a brutal 3-round war. Heun cracked Choi over and over, and earned the win on points, but Choi and his tough skull showed exactly why he’s a legend at 47.

Heun, “Give Choi Mu-Bae a huge round of applause, he’s a legend. Thank you Korea and ROAD. Mighty Mo, where are you at?”

Choi, “I made my debut at 31, and now I’m 47. I’m one of the few Koreans with a Pride FC trophy. I’m going to learn new techniques and evolve. It’s not about winning, it’s about lasting, and gives me more motivation to research and do it again. To all the middle aged men, do your thing and have confidence!”


Bruno Miranda and Ki Won-Bin showed a more patient approach than they are known for in their $1 Million Tournament reserve match. As they warmed up, the hands flew and both men got knockdowns, but Miranda had the upper hand, literally, and demolished Ki standing.

Miranda, “Korea is my second home now, I love the support you give me. I want $1 million, I will fight anybody.”


In the rematch between “Crying Fist” foes, Jang Dae-Young and Park Hyung-Geun put on a brutal and emotional performance. Jang lived up to his promise that he would be able to overcome the earlier split decision win and get a knock out.

Jang, “Sometimes you make mistakes, and I made a big one last time. For 4 months I only thought about Park. I want to thank my family and my team.”


Young Guns 35

The Young Guns 35 preliminaries showcased some incredible performances by Korean fighters. Out of seven fights, there were three knock outs and three submissions. Yoo Jae-Nam finally got back in the win column and Shin Seung-Min showed why hes a hot prospect with a knockout in under 30 seconds.

New Wave MMA 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!”

Xiaomi ROAD Fighting Championship 041
Saturday, August 12, 2017
Wonju Gymnasium, Wonju, South Korea


Openweight Match
Myung Hyun-Man def Chris Barnett by TKO, R2 1:48

Women’s Atomweight Match
Maesawa Tomo def Lee Ye-Ji by Majority Decision, 2:0, 1 Draw

Openweight Match
Jake Heun def Choi Mu-Bae by Unanimous Decision

Lightweight Tournament Reserve Match
Bruno Miranda def Ki Won-Bin by TKO, R1 4:36

Bantamweight Match
Jang Dae-Young def Park Hyun-Geun by Submission, RNC, R1 2:12

Middleweight Match
Park Jung-Kyo def Kim Ji-Hoon by TKO, R1 3:36

Young Guns 35

-60 Catchweight Match
Yoo Jae-Nam def Satsuma Tasuhito by Submission, RNC, R1 2:43

Featherweight Match
Shin Seung-Min def Min Kyeong-Chul by KO, R1 0:26

Women’s -50kg Catchweight Match
Shim Yu-Ri def Baek Hyeon-Ju by Submission, RNC, R2 1:15

Flyweight Match
Jeong Won-Hee def Seo Dong-Soo by KO, R1 1:14

Middleweight Match
Hwang In-Su def Lee Jong-Hwan by TKO, R1 2:47

Flyweight Match
Kim Jin-Yong def Kim Hyo-Ryeong by Unanimous Decision

Bantamweight Match
Hong Jong-Tae def Lee Seong-Su by Submission, RNC, R2 4:52


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.