Yoo Soo Soo Yoo vs. Daelmys, Choi Dong Hoon vs. Bisit — ‘ROAD TO UFC S3’ Semifinals Confirmed

Yoo “Jiu-Jitsu” Sooyoung Yoo, 28, faces a Chinese fighter and Choi Dong Hoon, 25, faces an Indian fighter for a spot in the ROAD TO UFC Season 3 finals.

Mixed martial arts (MMA) organization UFC announced on Monday the semifinal brackets for Season 3 of ROAD TO UFC, which features top Asian prospects competing for UFC contracts.

South Korea’s bantamweight (61.2 kilograms) Yoo Soo-soo and flyweight (56.7 kilograms) Choi Dong-hoon will compete in the quarterfinals against representatives from the 1.4 billion-person nation.

Former Black Combat, DEEP, Naija, and Zeus FC bantamweight champion Yoo will take on strong favorite Daelmis Jaufas (24, China). Expect an intense grappling battle between black belt in jiu-jitsu and China’s national freestyle wrestling silver medalist.

“There is a lot of talk about my opponent being the favorite, but I’m not worried at all because I believe in my team and coach,” Yoo said, adding that she was confident that she would dominate in the grappling.

Yoo also showed her ground skills in the quarterfinals on May 19, when she dominated judo grappler Shohei Nose (26, Japan) with her grappling.

Dahlmeiss also showed strong wrestling skills in last season’s semifinals, dominating Lee “Black Hole” Changho (30, South Korea) in a scramble. However, his stamina issues were exposed in a third-round TKO loss.

With a win in the semifinals, Yoo will face the winner of the Tokitaka Nakanishi (27, Japan) vs. Baileng Jereis (28, China) bout for a UFC contract.

Former WGFC flyweight champion Choi Dong-hoon will face Angad Bisit (28, India). Choi emerged as a strong favorite in the quarterfinals, defeating last season’s runner-up 바카라 Jinius Yue (23, China) on a 2-1 split decision.

“I’m sorry to the fans that I couldn’t show my real skills,” Choi said, vowing to “show the fans how dynamic I can be in my next match.”

His opponent, Bisit, is a muscular fighter who built his own gym in India, a country that lacks a martial arts base.

“Honestly, I doubt his skills,” Choi said, adding, “He’s not good just because he has big muscles and looks cool.” “I feel I’m better overall,” he said, vowing to win and show that Korea is strong.

With a semifinal victory, Choi will face the winner of the Kiru Singh Sahota (28, Great Britain/India) vs. Ruel Panares (27, Philippines) bout in the finals.

The opening round of ROAD TO UFC Season 3 has already produced its first UFC signing. The UFC officially announced the signing of Wang Chong (32, China), who defeated Paula Luna with a first-round guillotine choke submission.

Wang Chung is an elite Wushu Santa who won gold medals at the 2013 World Championships and the 2014 Asian Games. In 2015, she defeated former UFC women’s bantamweight champion 바카라사이트 순위 Valentina Shevchenko (36, Kyrgyzstan) by decision in kickboxing.

ROAD TO UFC non-tournament competitors have the opportunity to sign with the UFC if they impress. In Season 1, Zhang Mingyang (25, China) signed with the UFC, and in Season 2, Nyamjargal Tumendemberel (26, Mongolia) signed with the UFC.

The date of the ROAD TO UFC Season 3 semifinals is TBD. Season 1’s semifinals were held in October and Season 2’s in August.

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