“The fighting machine has become strange.”
Road FC Chairman Jeong Moon-hong (49) attended a press conference for a special match between Myung Hyeon-man (38), Kwon Ah-sol (37), and Hwang In-soo (29) held at Gallery K Seoul Tower in Yongsan-gu on the 30th of last month, expressing serious concerns about the recent trend of fighting machines. showed up
At the press conference, Chairman Chung directly explained the background and rules of the special match between the three fighters. The confrontation that draws the most attention is by far the confrontation between Myung Hyeon-man and Hwang In-soo. The two will face off at the Goobne Road FC 063 competition held on the 25th at the Goyang Gymnasium with a 4-minute 3-round kickboxing rule.
There is a clear difference between the two weight classes. Myung Hyeon-man, a former heavyweight, weighs close to 120 kg, and Hwang In-soo, a former Road FC middleweight champion, came to compete with a weight of about 84 kg. It is a head-to-head match that is impossible to achieve under normal martial arts rules. 먹튀검증
However, this special match was made possible thanks to the recent battle of rumors between the two fighters on social media and the high interest of fans expecting a head-to-head match. Chairman Chung expressed serious concern about these recent trends that have deviated from the normal trajectory of the fighting machine.
He said, “There were many things that I personally did not understand while holding this competition. It has to be admitted that the younger generation of fans love (such a match). You can’t not do what the fans want. But it is not normal.”
Chairman Chung said, “After the novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19) pandemic, the fighting machine has become very strange. You have to move with standards, but the world has become too turbid. This cannot be left as a good record in the future.”
Specifically, Chairman Chung said, “There is a weight in MMA. I don’t know if it’s normal for 120kg Myung Hyeon-man and 84kg Hwang In-soo to fight. If the seniors play like this, the juniors have no place to climb later,” he said, leaving a strong tip as a senior in the martial arts.