South Korea’s ROAD FC was in action Saturday, with ROAD FC 54 crowning a middleweight champion, and witnessing the fastest knockout in promotion history!
While ONE Championship was in Shanghai, China with Legendary Quest, there was plenty more MMA action in Asia on Saturday. Korea’s own ROAD FC was back in action, hosting ROAD FC 54 in Wonju, South Korea. Topping the card, a middleweight title fight that saw Yang Hae-Jun emerge victorious.
An early back-and-forth battle between Hae-Jun and La In-Jae saw Yang Hae-Jun take the back in the second round, and wear his opponent out. Ground n’ pound sealed the deal, and the ref waved it off. Yang Hae-Jun improved to 12-6 with the win, and gave In-Jae the first loss of his career in the process.
Perhaps more impressive, however, was a five second finish by Choi Won-Jun in middleweight action. The very first punch he threw dropped Hwang In-Su, earning Won-Jun the fasted finish in ROAD FC history.
Full results are below!
ROAD FC 54 Results:
Yang Hae-Jun def La In-Jae by TKO, Round 2, 4:00
Kim Se-Young def. Evgeniy Ryazanov by Unanimous Decision
Choi Won-Jun def. Hwang In-Su by TKO, Round 1, 0:05
Yoo Jae-Nam def. Kim Tae-Gyun by Submission, guillotine, Round 1, 3:05
Shim Gun-Oh def. Ryu Ki-Hoon by TKO, Round 1, 0:56
Jang Ik-Hwan def. Jung Sang-Jin by Unanimous Decision
Young Guns 43
Park Jeong-Eun def. Kim Eun-Hye by Submission (arm triangle), Round 1, 2:51
Oh Du-Seok def. Park Chan-Soo by Split Decision
Park Jae-Seong def. Kim Young-Han by Submission (guillotine), Round 2, 2:42
Jang Jung-Hyuk def. Choi Woo-Hyuk by Unanimous Decision
Rowan Pilger def. Park Ha-Jeong by Submission (modified armbar), Round 1
Park Sung-Jun def. Kim Jin-Kuk by Split Decision