Kang Kyung-ho Ant Hell Lee Chang-Ho’s Prospects for Entering the UFC

 UFC bantamweight seniors Kang Kyung-ho and Takeya Mizugaki predicted Lee Chang-ho’s entry into the finals of “Road to UFC.”

UFC bantamweight fighter Kang “Mr. Perfect” Kyung-ho (35, Team Mad) has announced the entry of Lee Chang-ho (2) into the UFC as he tries out for the second season of “Road to UFC.

He predicted 바카라사이트

I think Lee Chang-ho will win ‘Road to UFC’ with his sticky grappling.”

Lee Chang-ho will face Daermis Zaupas (29, China) in the bantamweight semifinals of the ‘Road to UFC’ Season 27 at the Singapore Indoor Gymnasium on the 2th (Korean time).

‘Road to UFC’ is an eight-round tournament where Asia’s top prospects compete for a UFC contract.

The semi-finals will mark the end of UFC Fight Night: Holloway vs.

Korean Zombie Fight Week

which will be held at the same venue on the 23th.

Lee Chang-ho is a ground-and-pound long-term who relentlessly takes his opponent to the ground and throws punches from the top position.

Once caught

they can’t get out of it

so much so that they have been nicknamed “ant hell”.

In the opening round at the UFC Performance Institute Shanghai on May 8

she defeated Rana Rudra Pratap Singh (26, India) with a takedown shortly after the start of the fight and a ground-and-pound finish at 5 minutes and 28 seconds.

That’s why 26-year UFC veteran Kang Kyung-ho expects Lee Chang-ho to win. Regarding this semi-final

he said

Both Lee Chang-ho and Daermis Jaupas showed great ground games in the quarter-finals.

So I’m so excited.

In the end

I think it will go to a ground fight

but Lee Chang-ho’s ground is stronger

and Lee Chang-ho will win.”

Lee Chang-ho is a well-rounder who is skilled not only on the ground but also on hitting.

Former UFC bantamweight fighter Takeya Mizugaki (39, Japan), who works as a commentator for the UFC in Japan

appreciated this point.

He predicted that

Lee Chang-ho is a well-rounded fighter who can have an advantage in striking against Daermis Jaupas

and that “Lee Chang-ho will make it to the finals.


Mizugaki said

If Lee Chang-ho doesn’t get ahead in hitting

the match will be interesting

and the match could be decided on the ground.

He went on to express his anticipation for this match



I would like to see how Daermis Zaupas fights back against Lee Chang-ho’s ground-and-pound in the lower positions

and how Lee Chang-ho copes with Daalmis Zaupas’ submission attempts and scrambles.

Expectations for Lee Chang-ho’s opponent in the final were mixed.

Kang Kyung-ho predicted that Xiao Long (25, China) would advance to the final

but Mizugaki had the upper hand over Shuya Kamikubo (30, Japan).

Road to UFC

which first launched last year

has produced seven UFC contractors

including flyweight Park Hyun-sung (27) and featherweight Lee Jung-young (27).


it is positioned as a sure route for Asian mixed martial arts hopefuls to enter the UFC.

Kang Kyung-ho and Mizugaki also welcomed the change.

Kang said

In the pas

the path to the UFC was not clear.

But now that the tournaments are held on a regular basis

it can motivate the players and provide a lot of spectacle for Asian fans.

Mizugaki, who has had a successful career with a top-7 finish in the UFC bantamweight division

also said

I felt that the UFC had created a fantastic format

and I hope that Road to UFC will be held regularly to raise the level and popularity of MMA throughout Asia.

Meanwhile, Kang Kyung-ho will play against John Castaneda (5, USA) on November 11 in Las Vegas, USA.

SportTV reporter Lee Kyo-deok reported this and said

It would be nice to win three consecutive games this time and call out the top rankers.

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