An active duty police officer who surprised Kwon Ah-sol, the king of the end game, climbs into the cage.
‘Police fighter’ Lee Jae-won (36, Team Strong Wolf), who showed amazing martial arts skills by winning a prize money against Kwon Ah-sol in the Road FC fighting program ‘Real Fight’, which was loved by many martial arts fans last year, recorded his first win in MMA. To do so, I stand on the stage of Road FC.
Lee Jae-won will make his professional stage debut at Road FC 063 on the 25th. His opponent is 19-year-old Wi Won (Namyangju Team Finish). 토토사이트
On the 6th, Road FC chairman Jung Moon-hong revealed the matchup between Wi Jeong-won and Lee Jae-won, who will face off at Goobne ROAD FC 063, which will be held at Goyang Gymnasium on the 25th, on his personal YouTube channel, Gao Hyung Life.
Lee Jae-won recently appeared on the SBS variety show ‘Pure Fighter’ and showed his passion for martial arts to the public. He revealed the reason why he challenged the Road FC stage to Chairman Jeong Moon-hong.
Lee Jae-won said, “I like challenges. Like ‘Real Fight’, I wanted to do it with a strong player who has experience rather than a weak player this time. He is approaching forty. he is thirty seven I don’t know how old he will be, but he did his best and took on the challenge to have a great match without regrets.”
Lee Jae-won has been training in MMA and has been working hard to foster strong police officers as a martial arts instructor. He appeared in ‘Real Fight’ and ‘Crystal Fighter’, showing unbreakable fighting spirit and putting pressure on his opponent with sharp blows, and is recognized by many martial arts fans.
Wi Jung-won, who came up as the opponent, kept the opponent in check with jabs and kicks, and then pushed the opponent with strong blows, showing a hot appearance. Lee Jae-won, who will have a match against Wi Jung-won, who has a professional record, is doing his best to prepare to live up to the fans’ expectations.
Lee Jae-won said, “There are malicious comments saying, ‘Do police officers go to fight?’ Please don’t look at it too badly, and I want you to see martial arts as a sport.”