‘Incumbent Police’ Lee Jae-won, Pro MMA stage challenge… Confrontation with those born in 2004

‘Police fighter’ Lee Jae-won (36), who won the prize money against Kwon Ah-sol (37) in the road FC fighting program ‘Real Fight’, will challenge the professional mixed martial arts (MMA) stage.

Road FC revealed on the 6th the lightweight match between Lee Jae-won and Wi Jung-won (19) at Goobne Road FC 063 held at the Goyang Gymnasium in Gyeonggi Province on the 25th. Lee Jae-won is an incumbent police officer working at Songpa Police Station in Seoul. He is also a martial arts instructor with the rank of light captain. He recently appeared on an SBS fighting variety show and conveyed his passion.

He appeared on Road FC Chairman Jung Moon-hong’s YouTube and said, “I like challenges,” and hoped to face a strong player. He continued, “I’m approaching the age of 40. I’m 37 years old, I don’t know how old I will be, but I decided to먹튀검증 do my best and play a great game without regret.”

Opponent Yu Won made his professional debut last year with Road FC 060. At that time, he lost a split decision to lightweight Kim Min-hyung. He is a fighter who uses jabs and kicks to keep his opponent in check before striking them.

Lee Jae-won has amateur MMA experience, but this is his first professional stage. Born in 2004, he is young, but playing against Wi Jeong-won, who has a professional record, is a big challenge.

In response, Lee Jae-won emphasized, “There are also malicious comments like ‘Do police officers go to fight?’ At the same time, he asked, “Don’t look at it too badly, and I hope you see martial arts as a sport.” 

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