ROAD FC 054 results: New MW Champ Yang

2019-06-15 21:00







ROAD Fighting Championship announces the official results for ROAD FC 054 which took place on June 15, 2019 in Wonju, South Korea. Yang Hae-Jun finished La In-Jae to become the new ROAD FC Middleweight Champion.




Middleweight Championship


Champion La In-Jae and challenger Yang Hae-Jun engaged in a toe-to-toe slugfest peppered with grueling clinch work throughout a tough fight round. Yang was able to take the back in the second and controlled most of the round from that position. La was visibly exhausted and couldn't fight him off, so Yang capitalized with ground and pound until the referee called it off. Yang Hae-Jun became the new ROAD FC Middleweight Champion!




In the co-main event, Kim Se-Young and Evgeniy Ryazanov gave a back and forth first round full of fun kicks and grueling takedowns. In the second, Kim was able to secure a back mount that Ryazanov reversed, but in the third Kim continued to ragdoll him. At the bell, Kim had his hand raised from a hard-fought scorecard victory.


Middleweight newcomer Choi Won-Jun stunned the crowd when his very first punch landed perfectly on Hwang In-Su, knocking him down, and causing the referee to jump in. Choi ruined Hwang's undefeated record, and made one of his own: the fastest KO (5 seconds) in ROAD FC history!


Yoo Jae-Nam came out relentless against Kim Tae-Gyun and it paid off. Yoo was able to get the takedown, work to the back, and secure a back choke for the tap and win.


The openweight fight between Shim Gun-Oh and Ryu Ki-Hoon was short and sweet. The two men blasted each other right from the bell, and it was Ryu who was the first to fall. The referee waived it off, giving Shim a TKO victory.


In the main cart opening bantamweight match, Jang Ik-Hwan came out swinging for a knock out, but Jung Sang-Jin was durable and wouldn't go down. Jang came away with the deserved unanimous decision.



Event: ROAD Fighting Championship 054

Date: June 15, 2019

Venue: Wonju Gymnasium

City: Wonju, South Korea




6 Middleweight Championship

Yang Hae-Jun def La In-Jae by TKO, R2 4:00


5 Featherweight Match

Kim Se-Young def Evgeniy Ryazanov by Unanimous Decision


4 Middleweight Match

Choi Won-Jun def Hwang In-Su by TKO, R1 0:05


3 Bantamweight Match

Yoo Jae-Nam def Kim Tae-Gyun by Submission, guillotine, R1 3:05


2 Openweight Match

Shim Gun-Oh def Ryu Ki-Hoon by TKO, R1 0:56


1 Bantamweight Match

Jang Ik-Hwan def Jung Sang-Jin by Unanimous Decision




6 Women's Atomweight Match

Park Jeong-Eun def Kim Eun-Hye by Submission, arm triangle, R1 2:51


5 Featherweight Match

Oh Du-Seok def Park Chan-Soo by Split Decision


4 Bantamweight Match

Park Jae-Seong def Kim Young-Han by Submission, guillotine, R2 2:42


3 Lightweight Match

Jang Jung-Hyuk def Choi Woo-Hyuk by Unanimous Decision


2 Women's Bantamweight Match

Rowan Pilger def Park Ha-Jeong by Submission, modified armbar, R1


1 Bantamweight Match

Park Sung-Jun def Kim Jin-Kuk by Split Decision




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