‘Red Toma’ Kim Kyung-pyo, confronts the opponent of fate in Raijin, Japan

‘Red Toma’ Kim Kyung-pyo (31, Kim Kyung-pyo Jim) advances to Japan’s largest group, RIZIN.

On April 1, at Raijin 40 held in Osaka, Japan, he will face off against Usami Sho Patrick (22, Japan) in lightweight.

Raijin officially announced this matchup on the 16th.

Kim Kyung-pyo, who debuted in Road FC in 2015, is a strong player who has grown up in rough terrain such as Japan, Russia, and the United Arab Emirates.

Last year, he competed in ‘Road to UFC’, a tournament with a UFC contract, but unfortunately lost to Anshul Jubli in the semifinals.

A total of 11 wins and 4 losses.

Kim Kyung-pyo leaves the regret of dropping out of ‘Road to UFC’ and goes back to the world. This time, he plans to show off his presence in Japan’s largest organization. 메이저사이트

Sang Sang Usami was born to a Japanese father and a Canadian mother.

She started off with karate, then learned boxing and won a bronze medal at the 2018 World Youth Championships.

In 2021, she became a mixed martial arts professional fighter and accumulated a record of 5 wins and 1 loss. She is on a two-game winning streak in Raijin.

An interesting fact is that Usami was also originally one of the contestants on ‘Road to UFC’. He was eliminated after failing to weigh in ahead of his quarterfinal match with Anshul Jubli.

The Korean and Japanese fighters you could meet in ‘Road to UFC’ collide on the Ryjin stage. Confront the opponent of fate.

Raijin is the largest organization in Japan. It was established in 2015 by Nobuyuki Sakakibara, former president of Pride.

Irji Prohaska, who became the UFC light heavyweight champion, is the former Raijin light heavyweight champion. Former Raijin bantamweight champion Manel Cape is active in the UFC flyweight division.

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