Tell us what you really think Mr. Velasquez! Former UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez was present at the UFC South Korea media scrum and when asked about Jon Jones he didn’t hold back. Check it out!
Pride FC veteran and former UFC lightweight title challenger Jorge “Macaco” Patino traveled to Seoul, South Korea in March to compete at Battlefield Fighting Championships. With women’s MMA legend Cris Cyborg in his corner, “Macaco” took on rising welterweight talent fighting out of Phuket Top Team, Yousef Wehbe. The 43-year-old “Macaco” showed he can still … Read more
Forty-three year-old Jorge “Macaco” Patino (38-19-2, 1 NC) has been competing in professional mixed martial arts for more than 20 years. The 4th-degree BJJ black belt is a former Legacy FC lightweight champion and has seen action in Pride, Strikeforce, WSOF, and even fought Pat Miletich for the UFC welterweight title back in 1999. “Macaco” has an … Read more
Road FC 29 has added a bantamweight matchup between Kim Soo-Chul and Marcus Brimage to its lineup, officials have announced. Road FC 29 will be held March 19 (rescheduled from March 5) at Chiak Stadium in Wonju, South Korea. The main event will feature featherweight champion Choi Mu-Gyeom defending his title against former Pancrase and … Read more
ROAD Fighting Championship is proud to announce that South Korean Whi Seung-Bae will face Thierry Sokoudjou at ROAD FC 011 at Seoul Olympic Hall in Seoul, South Korea on April 13, 2013. Whi Seung-Bae (7-3) is a Spirit MC Inter League Champion and M-1 Veteran. He last fought at ROAD FC 03 in 2011 where … Read more
ROAD Fighting Championship announces the opening of the new “ROAD FC Coliseum” which will be the venue for future events. The Young Guns League will come to a close at ROAD FC 13, and a new league format will begin. For Immediate Release – ROAD Fighting Championship is ready to race into 2013 with the … Read more
Alistair Overeem talks about advancing to the Final 8 with his spectacular stoppage of veteran Ben Edwards this weekend in the K-1 2010 World Grand Prix in Seoul.
If you missed K-1’s live broadcast on from Seoul, South Korea on HDNet early this morning, then you missed Strikeforce heavyweight champion Alistair Overeem do what he does best.
“HDNet Fights Presents: FieLDS K-1 World GP 2009 Final 16” took place at the Olympic Gymnasium Arena in Seoul, South Korea on Saturday, Sept. 26. The event aired live in the U.S. on HDNet and PROMMA.INFO stayed up very late to bring you the results as 16 of the world’s top strikers gathered to see who would advance to the final eight.
- Remy Bonjasky def. Melvin Manhoef by unanimous decision
- Errol Zimmerman def. Glaube Feitosa by majority decision
- Ruslan Karaev def. Kyotaro by unanimous decision
- Ewerton Teixeira def. Singh Jaideep by unanimous decision
- Semmy Schilt def. Daniel Ghita by unanimous decision
- Jerome Le Banner def. Musashi by unanimous decision
- Alistair Overeem def. Peter Aerts by unanimous decision
- Badr Hari def. Zabit Samedov by knockout (liver shot) Rd 1