Myung-hwan “Mammoth” Kim (26, Hwajeong Extreme Combat) has won six straight for Pajuk.
The reigning W-League FC heavyweight champion is revitalizing the organization. He is taking the initiative to set up next year’s unlimited tournament.
He’s sniping at Kim Jae-hoon, Hwang In-soo, and Sekino Taisei one after another, dragging them into the ring.
He proves that he’s just as good as Ipsim. His first target, “monster wrestler” Shim Gun-oh (34, Kim Dae-hwan MMA), was defeated in four minutes.
He defeated Shim via TKO at 4:18 of the first round at Gupne Road FC 066 at Chiak Gymnasium in Wonju, South Korea.
Clever. Steadily piled on the damage with leg kicks followed by one-two straights when the distance opened up, and two-handed hooks when it closed in.
The “surprise” worked with about three minutes left in the first round. Raising his guard, he saw an opening and unleashed a powerful left hook that wobbled Shen.
He ended up winning at 4:10 of the first round. After a scramble in the center of the cage, Kim used a one-two straight to drop Shim. It was a precise and quick punch to the face.
Kim Myung-hwan then landed a pounding punch on the helpless Sim Jian-oh. Referi hastily put his body between them.
Kim Myung-hwan made his professional debut in 2018 and has compiled a 6-1 record. He has won five straight. He was crowned DGFC heavyweight champion last December after defeating Lee Seung-jun by armlock.메이저놀이터
He was scheduled to fight Sim Jian-oh at ROAD FC 063 in February, but had to undergo rehabilitation after dislocating his elbow in training a week earlier. In his comeback fight, he was re-scheduled to face Sim Jian-oh.
With the victory over Shim, Kim Myung-hwan made a convincing case for the “unlimited” version of himself. Kim completed his six-game winning streak and improved his overall record to 7-1.
His record now stands at 7-5-1 with one no contest. He has only lost to foreign fighters in his career, but this is the first time he has suffered a bitter loss to a domestic fighter.