Road FC Reveals Plans for Multiple Tournaments Starting in April

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  1. Vulcan Silver Belt

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    "ROAD FC's 2020 plan has been announced.



    ROAD FC Kim Dae-hwan and former CEO Moon Moon-hong delivered their plans for 2020 on Kim & Jung TV, which was uploaded on the ROAD FC YouTube channel on the 8th.



    ROAD FC will hold tournaments for each weight category this year. The tournament will be held in quarterfinals, starting in March or April and ending in October.



    Dae-hwan Kim, CEO of ROAD FC, said, “There is a big change from this year. This has been a lot of discussion since last year. Like most Pride FC and K-1, most weight tournaments will be held. In March or late, it starts in April and ends in October. It will start from the quarterfinals. “We are able to run as a year-long race, so we are looking forward to being a martial arts fan and a person making a tournament,” he said.



    As the tournament progresses, ROAD FC refers to each weighting champion as a 2020 champion, 2021 champion, and 2022 champion. Details of the tournament will be announced as soon as it is confirmed.
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    http://roadfc.co.kr/main/news/news_view.php?key=JTI1MjUzRFVqTnhNVE0=

    Quarter Finals Start in March or April

    Finals in October
     
  2. AmericanMMA Brown Belt

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    Very nice. Tournaments are always fun. Looking forward to it.
     
  3. Koniradi98 Brown Belt

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    I don't have high expectations after their openweight tournament.
     
  4. Gitanos White Belt

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    Exactly where is the second round of that tournament?
     
  5. leto1776 Sherdog Wet Shaver Platinum Member

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    I think they’re done with grandiose tournaments with high prizes. They’ve gone back to being purely regional after losing their Chinese mobile tech funding
     

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