ROAD FC 054 fight week: match order and broadcast for this Saturday’s Middleweight Championship card

ROAD FC 054 fight week: match order and broadcast for this Saturday’s Middleweight Championship card

RoadFC - June 11, 2019
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For release on June 11, 2019 – ROAD Fighting Championship opens Fight Week for ROAD FC 054 which will take place this Saturday, June 15, 2019 in Wonju, South Korea. The Middleweight Championship between La In-Jae and Yang Hae-Jun will be the main event.


Middleweight Championship

The main event at ROAD FC 054 will be the first title defense for Middleweight Champion La In-Jae. He will take on challenger Yang Hae-Jun, one of the most well-known Korean fighters of the last ten years. La’s rise to become the ROAD Champion has been meteoric, so he wants to prove to the world that he’s no longer a prospect. He will again be tested by the power of deep experience that challenger Yang possesses, champion.



Another match in the hot middleweight division sees stand out rookie Hwang In-Su back in action against all-rounder Choi Won-Jun. Kim Se-Young meets his second opponent from Russia’s MPF, the entertaining Evgeniy Ryazanov.

Wonju’s hometown hero Yoo Jae-Nam will face Kim Tae-Gyun as they both fight to climb back into the bantamweight rankings. Openweight fighters will again make a big noise in a match between Shim Gun-Oh and Ryu Ki-Hoon. To open up the main card, thrilling Muay Thai striker Jang Ik-Hwan takes on rising bantamweight prospect Jung Sang-Jin.


Young Guns 43

The main event for the Young Guns 43 preliminary card will be a women’s atomweight match between former title challenger Park Jeong-Eun and Shim Yu-Ri, the inevitable clash between two of Korea’s most exciting female fighters. .

Muay Thai champion Oh Du-Seok will take on “Fearless Guys” TV show contestant Park Chan-Soo in a definite stand up war. Park Jae-Seong and Kim Young-Han will present a contrast of styles in the bantamweight division.

Three opening matches will showcase new prospects. Jang Jung-Hyuk versus Choi Woo-Hyuk in the lightweight division, a women’s bout between Rowan Pilger and Park Ha-Jeong, and National Muay Thai champion Kim Jin-Kuk versus Park Sung-Jun at bantamweight.


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!”


Event: ROAD Fighting Championship 054
Date: June 15, 2019
Venue: Wonju Gymnasium
City: Wonju, South Korea

Young Guns start: 16:00KST
Main card start: 19:00KST
Korea broadcast: SpoTV
USA broadcast: DAZN
Canada broadcast: The Fight Network

Global stream: Afreeca.TV (live link announced on day of event)

Middleweight Championship
La In-Jae vs Yang Hae-Jun

Middleweight Match
Hwang In-Su vs Choi Won-Jun

Featherweight Match
Kim Se-Young vs Evgeniy Ryazanov

Bantamweight Match
Yoo Jae-Nam vs Kim Tae-Gyun

Openweight Match
Shim Gun-Oh vs Ryu Ki-Hoon

Bantamweight Match
Jang Ik-Hwan vs Jung Sang-Jin


Women’s Atomweight Match
Park Jeong-Eun vs Shim Yu-Ri

Featherweight Match
Oh Du-Seok vs Park Chan-Soo

Bantamweight Match
Park Jae-Seong vs Kim Young-Han

Women’s Bantamweight Match
Rowan Pilger vs Park Ha-Jeong

Lightweight Match
Jang Jung-Hyuk vs Choi Woo-Hyuk

Bantamweight Match
Kim Jin-Kuk vs Park Sung-Jun


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.