ROAD FC 046: All matches open

ROAD FC 046: All matches open

RoadFC - February 8, 2018
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Opening up Part 2 with a bantamweight flash grenade, Alatengheili (10-7-1, Team Alt) is fully recovered and back to face standout Jang Ik-Hwan (6-1, Team Posse). On Part 1, China’s surging superheavy Ma Anding (14-2, Baoligao MMA) will face Japan’s super-experienced Hamada Junpei (10-18-1-1, Makoto Gym). Featherweights rising to recognition Park Hae-Jin (5-1, Ssen Gym) and Cho Byeong-Oak (4-3, Team MOB) will seek to climb up the division’s rankings. Huang Zhenyue (9-4, Guangdong Glory Fight Club) versus Min Kyeong-Chul (4-2, Team Poma) promises to be a showdown of thrilling proportions. New prospects Lim Dong-Hwan (2-0, Team Strong Wolf) and Kim Hyeon-Min (1-0-0-1, Ssabi MMA) will add to the excitement of the developing welterweight division.

Crying Fist vs Fearless Guys

In the battle of the reality TV stars, three former “Crying Fist” graduates will take on their counterparts from the new “Fearless Guys” show on MBC. In a catchweight match, Taekwondo master Hong Young-Ki (3-4, Team Korea MMA) will face aggressive kickboxer Eom Tae-Woong (debut, Octagon Gym). Park Hyung-Geun (2-3-1, Ssabi MMA) will welcome Moon Jin-Hyuk (debut, Apgujeong Gym) to the ROAD FC cage at bantamweight. At openweight, “Yakuza” Kim Jae-Hun (0-2, Team Korea MMA) will belly up to kickboxer Heo Jae-Hyeok (debut, IB Gym).


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Openweight Championship

The main event will be Openweight Champion Mighty Mo defending his belt against former tournament adversary Myung Hyun-Man. Myung is Mo’s only adversary to make it into the third round with him in the last 4 years. Fans can surely expect a war!


$1 Million Lightweight Tournament Semifinals

The four fighters in the semifinals for the $1 Million Tournament represent the best lightweights from across the globe. They are all ranked at the top in their country, and have held titles in highly respected promotions such as M-1, Shooto Brazil, and BAMMA. All have fought at least four matches to get to this point, and combined, they’ve accrued a tally of 126 professional MMA fights.

Ronys Torres versus Shamil Zavurov is a contrast in grappling styles between the best lightweights from Brazil and Russia in this semifinals match. Torres likes to show off his superb technique to get the finish, while Zavurov is willing to grind his opponents down round after round.

Shimoishi Kota versus Mansour Barnaoui will two very different approaches to showcase power, timing and technique in their semifinals match. Shimoishi quickly engages to get the fight to the ground, while Barnaoui looks for the opening to finish in any position, standing or grappling.

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Kim Nae-Chul returns against 2017 standout rookie Hwang In-Su, so expect fireworks when these two fast and accurate strikers engage. A battle for the Contender to face Featherweight Champion Choi Mu-Gyeom is set between hot prospects Kim Se-Yeong and Lee Jeong-Yeong.

Xiaomi ROAD Fighting Championship 046
March 10, 2018
Jangchung Arena
Seoul, South Korea


Openweight Championship
Mighty Mo vs Myung Hyun-Man

$1 Million Tournament Semifinals Match
Ronys Torres vs Shamil Zavurov

$1 Million Tournament Semifinals Match
Shimoishi Kota vs Mansour Barnaoui

Featherweight Contender Match
Kim Se-Yeong vs Lee Jeong-Yeong

Catchweight -75kg Match
Hong Young-Ki vs Eom Tae-Woong

Bantamweight Match
Park Hyung-Geun vs Moon Jin-Hyuk

Openweight Match
Kim Jae-Hun vs Heo Jae-Hyeok

Bantamweight Match
Alatengheili vs Jang Ik-Hwan


Middleweight Match
Kim Nae-Chul vs Hwang In-Su

Openweight Match
Ma Anding vs Hamada Junpei

Featherweight Match
Park Hae-Jin vs Cho Byeong-Oak

Lightweight Match
Huang Zhenyue vs Min Kyeong-Chul

Welterweight Match
Lim Dong-Hwan vs Kim Hyeon-Min


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.