On Saturday, July 28, ROAD FC returned to the Wonju Gymnasium in Wonju, South Korea, for Xiaomi presents ROAD FC 48.
In the evening’s main event, interim middleweight champion Young Choi was scheduled to unify the ROAD FC middleweight titles with the champion Jung Hwan Cha, but an injury to Cha gave undefeated South Korean fighter In Jae La a chance to win his first title.
In Jae La def. Young Choi by split decision – middleweight title
Michel Pereira def. Hae Jun Yang by TKO (knee and punches). Round 3, 1:48
Mika Arai def. Ye Ji Lee by unanimous decision
Won Jun Choi def. Uh Jin Jeon by unanimous decision
Tamotsu Hayashi def. Dong Guk Shin by unanimous decision
Jong Hwan Lee def. Dae Sung Kim by unanimous decision
Yi Moon Han def. Jae Nam Yoo by submission (toe hold). Round 1, 2:50
Hyung Soo Kim def. Chang Geun Jeon by unanimous decision
Baasankhuu Damlanpurev def. Yi Sak Kim by majority decision
Soo Wan Park def. Jong Hyun Kwak by unanimous decision
Bakhtiyar Uulu Toichubaev def. Sang Jin Jung by unanimous decision
Seung Min Baek def. Do Hyung Kwon by TKO (ground and pound). Round 2, 1:47
Ik Tae Jin def. Han Yong Lee by knockout (punch). Round 1, 4:50
Tae Young Ahn def. Jae Sung Park by submission (triangle choke). Round 1, 1:34
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