Han Seul Kim
29 | 6’1″ | Seoul, South Korea | 10-3 | 6 Finishes | 6 KO/TKOs | Combined Opponents’ Record: 68-39-14 | Best Win – Frank Camacho (18-3)
Han Seul Kim is at the peak of his career, as he is currently on a six-fight win streak with wins over former UFC fighter Takenori Sato and current UFC fighter Frank Camacho. Kim actually finished Camacho in the first round which is very tough to do. The UFC is coming to Asia later this year and Kim seems like an easy fit for the show.
Kim is an excellent striker that will stand and trade with anyone. The South Korean fighter is first and foremost a striker and a good one at that. Kim has stopping power in his hands with a few TKO wins and a few with just one punch. The long straight punches are what really shines when watching Kim; he uses his length at 6’1″ throwing jabs and one-twos and setting up the bigger strikes. He also has some solid takedown defense and his only weakness would be that he is a bit chinny.