Active duty police officer who surprised Kwon Ah-sol, Road FC Pro debut

In the YouTube content ‘Real Fight’ planned and produced by Road FC, an active police officer who boasted a high-level performance against Kwon Ah-sol and won a prize money will challenge the Road FC pro stage.

Lee Jae-won (36, Team Strongwolf), a ‘police officer fighter’ who recently appeared in the SBS entertainment program ‘Soonjeong Fighter’ and showed his passion for martial arts, defeated Wi Jeong-won (19, Namyangju Team) at Goobne Road FC 063 held at Goyang Gymnasium on the 25th. Finish) to face off.

On the 6th, Road FC chairman Chung Moon-hong officially announced this matchup on his YouTube channel, Gao Hyung Life.

Lee Jae-won said, “I like a challenge. This time, I wanted to play with a player who has experience and is strong rather than a weak player. I am approaching 40. I am 37, I do not know how old I will be, but I will try my best to play a great game without regret.” said. 먹튀검증

Lee Jae-won has been training mixed martial arts, and has been working hard to foster strong police officers in the position of martial arts instructor.

Wi Jung-won is an aggressive fighter who uses jabs and kicks to keep opponents in check, then drives them away with strong blows. In his professional debut last year, he is 2-2 in his career. His first pro win is desperately needed.

Lee Jae-won sought understanding from some of the criticisms, ‘Are police officers going to fight?’ He said, “I’m not going to fight, I’m purely playing sports. I hope you don’t look at it too badly and look at martial arts as a sport.”

The main event of Goobne Road FC 063 is a kickboxing match between Hwang In-soo and Myeong-hyeon. Double G FC heavyweight champion Kim Myung-hwan climbs the Road FC cage as an assassin. He will face off against Shim Geon-oh, a veteran who has accumulated a record only in Road FC.

Tickets for Goobne Road FC 063 can be reserved at Interpark. General seats on the second floor are 80,000 won, VIP seats around the cage on the first floor are 1 million won, and VVIP seats are 3 million won. Matches start at 4:00 pm for part 1 and 6:00 pm for part 2.

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