UFC, the world’s largest mixed martial arts organization, announced the match with the participants of ‘Road to UFC Season 2’. Attention is focusing on who will be the second Lee Jung-young and Park Hyeon-seong.

This time, eight fighters will compete in each of four weight classes: flyweight, bantamweight, featherweight, and lightweight. In addition, four non-tournament matches will be held to provide additional opportunities for Asian MMA prospects.

In the flyweight division, fighter Lee Jung-hyun (20, 8 wins) from Mnet’s “Higher Rapper 4” and Choi Seung-guk (26, 6 wins, 2 losses), the “descendant of the Korean zombie” who missed the championship last season by facing Park Hyeon-seong in the final, will compete.

In the bantamweight division, ‘Ant Hell’ Lee Chang-ho (28, 7 wins, 1 loss) will participate. In the featherweight division, Kim Sang-won (30, 9 wins, 1 draw, 5 losses), who is a former Double G FC featherweight champion and has accumulated experience in various international competitions, will compete.

In the lightweight division, there are three in total. Gladiator lightweight champion Giwon Ki-bin (32, 17-8) took another challenge, and AFC welterweight champion Kim Sang-wook (29, 7-1) from UDT who appeared on Channel A’s ‘Steel Troops’ and Netflix’s ‘Physical: 100’ waiting for this show In addition, Hong Seong-chan (32, 9 wins, 1 loss), the hidden power of the Korean top team of the ‘fighting family’, is on the hunt for the championship.

In the opening round non-tournament match, former AFC-Double GFC welterweight champion Kim Han-seul (32, 13-4) and former AFC middleweight champion Yoo Sang-hoon (33, 7-2) will participate. In the case of a non-tournament, which is held as a bout, if you show good performance, you can sign with the UFC. 메이저사이트

The opening round of ‘Road to UFC Season 2’ will be held on May 27th and 28th at the UFC Performance Institute (PI) located in Shanghai, China. The UFC Performance Institute is said to be the world’s largest and most state-of-the-art training facility.

In 2019, the UFC opened the Shanghai UFC Performance Institute with a total floor area of ​​8,600 square meters (2,600 pyeong), three times the size of the UFC Performance Institute located in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. The Shanghai UFC Performance Institute serves as the UFC’s Asian headquarters and hub for developing and supporting the next generation of MMA fighters in the Asia-Pacific region.

The Shanghai UFC Performance Institute serves as the official performance improvement advisory to the Chinese Olympic Committee and operates the UFC Academy, Asia Pacific’s premier MMA prospect development program.

Meanwhile, Road to UFC offers Asia’s top MMA prospects the opportunity to sign with the UFC. Season 1 was held from June of last year to February of last year. As a result, flyweight Park Hyun-seong (27) and featherweight Lee Jung-young (27) won the championship and signed with the UFC.

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