ROAD Fighting Championship

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ROAD Fighting Championship (ROAD FC) is a South Korea based mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion which was officially launched on 2010.[1]

About ROAD Fighting Championship

ROAD FC is founded by former national kickboxing champion, Moon Hong Jung.[2] It is the largest MMA organization in South Korea following the closure of Spirit MC in 2009.[3] Events are broadcast live on a major cable TV channel of CJ E&M in Korea.[4]

Events

No. Event Date Arena Location
21 ROAD FC 018 August 30, 2014 Grand Hilton Hotel Seoul Seoul, South Korea
20 ROAD FC 017 August 17, 2014 Olympic Hall Seoul, South Korea
19 ROAD FC 016 July 27, 2014 Park Chung Hee Gymnasium Gumi, South Korea
18 ROAD FC 015 May 31, 2014 Chiak Gymnasium Wonju, South Korea
17 ROAD FC KOREA 003 April 6, 2014 The K Hotel Seoul Seoul, South Korea
16 ROAD FC KOREA 002 March 9, 2014 Grand Hilton Hotel Seoul Seoul, South Korea
15 ROAD FC 014 February 9, 2014 Olympic Hall Seoul, South Korea
14 ROAD FC KOREA 001 January 18, 2014 Grand Hilton Hotel Seoul Seoul, South Korea
13 ROAD FC 013 October 12, 2013 Park Chung Hee Gymnasium Gumi, South Korea
12 ROAD FC 012 June 22, 2013 Chiak Gymnasium Wonju, South Korea
11 ROAD FC 011 April 13, 2013 Olympic Hall Seoul, South Korea
10 ROAD FC 010: In Busan November 24, 2012 BEXCO Busan, South Korea
9 ROAD FC 009: Beat Down September 15, 2012 Chiak Gymnasium Wonju, South Korea
8 ROAD FC 008: Final 4 - Bitter Rivals June 16, 2012 Chiak Gymnasium Wonju, South Korea
7 ROAD FC 007: Recharged March 24, 2012 Jangchung Gymnasium Seoul, South Korea
6 ROAD FC 006: Final 4 February 5, 2012 Jangchung Gymnasium Seoul, South Korea
5 ROAD FC 005: Night of Champions December 3, 2011 Jangchung Gymnasium Seoul, South Korea
4 ROAD FC 004: Young Guns October 3, 2011 Grand Hilton Hotel Seoul Seoul, South Korea
3 ROAD FC 003: Explosion July 24, 2011 Grand Hilton Hotel Seoul Seoul, South Korea
2 ROAD FC 002: Alive April 16, 2011 Grand Hilton Hotel Seoul Seoul, South Korea
1 ROAD FC 001: The Resurrection of Champions October 23, 2010 Textile Center Event Hall Seoul, South Korea

Champions

Current Champions

Division Upper weight limit Champion Since Title Defenses
Middleweight 84 kg Vacant
Welterweight 77 kg Vacant
Lightweight 70 kg Template:Flagicon A Sol Kwon August 17, 2014 (ROAD FC 017) 0
Featherweight 65.5 kg Template:Flagicon Mu Gyeom Choi February 9, 2014 (ROAD FC 014) 0
Bantamweight 61.5 kg Template:Flagicon Kil Woo Lee June 22, 2013 (ROAD FC 012) 0
Flyweight 57 kg Template:Flagicon Nam Jin Jo July 27, 2014 (ROAD FC 016) 0

Championship History

ROAD FC Middleweight Championship (-84 kg)
No. Name Event Date Reign
(Total)
Defenses
1 Template:Flagicon Shungo Oyama
def. Hae Suk Son
ROAD FC 006
Seoul, South Korea
February 5, 2012 294 days
2 Template:Flagicon Eun Soo Lee
ROAD FC 010
Busan, South Korea
November 24, 2012 585+ days
Lee vacated the title in July 2014 for droping down to welterweight. [5]
ROAD FC Lightweight Championship (-70 kg)
No. Name Event Date Reign
(Total)
Defenses
1 Template:Flagicon Yui Chul Nam
def. Takasuke Kume
ROAD FC 011
Seoul, South Korea
April 13, 2013 295+ days
1. def. Takasuke Kume at ROAD FC 013 on October 12, 2013
Nam vacated the title in February 2014 contracting with UFC. [6]
2 Template:Flagicon A Sol Kwon
def. Takasuke Kume
ROAD FC 017
Seoul, South Korea
August 17, 2014 Template:Age in days nts days
(incumbent)
ROAD FC Featherweight Championship (-65.5 kg)
No. Name Event Date Reign
(Total)
Defenses
1 Template:Flagicon Mu Gyeom Choi
def. Bae Young Kwon
ROAD FC 014
Seoul, South Korea
February 9, 2014 Template:Age in days nts days
(incumbent)
ROAD FC Bantamweight Championship (-61.5 kg)
No. Name Event Date Reign
(Total)
Defenses
1 Template:Flagicon Kyung Ho Kang
def. Andrew Leone
ROAD FC 008
Wonju, South Korea
June 16, 2012 16+ days
Kang vacated the title in July 2012 contracting with UFC. [7]
2 Template:Flagicon Kil Woo Lee
def. Min Jong Song
ROAD FC 012
Wonju, South Korea
June 22, 2013 Template:Age in days nts days
(incumbent)
ROAD FC Flyweight Championship (-57 kg)
No. Name Event Date Reign
(Total)
Defenses
1 Template:Flagicon Nam Jin Jo
def. Min Jong Song
ROAD FC 016
Gumi, South Korea
July 27, 2014 Template:Age in days nts days
(incumbent)

Notable fighters

References

External links

Template:MMA organizations

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