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Thursday, April 25, 2019

Baguio boy enlisted in China’s Kunlun Fight

EYEING his third straight win, Baguio's Jhaymie Gayman of Fight Corp MMA will be tested anew when he enters the cage on March 20 in Dongguan, China.

Gayman will be in the undercard of the Kunlun Fight 39 to be headlined by Thai Champion Buakaw Banchamek (237-42-5) squaring off against Kong Ling Feng.

Coming off a huge first round submission victory last October in the Full Metal Dojo 7, the undefeated Gayman after two fights takes on the veteran Meixuan Zhang of China who has an impressive record of 10 wins, eight coming by way of submission and three losses.

Zhang is also the current flyweight champion of Kunlun which was formed early in 2014 offering K1 and mix martial arts (MMA) fights based in China.

Gayman’s striking and grappling techniques will once again put to test this time and will be the overwhelming underdog in the event featuring three mixed martial arts bout and five K1 Superfights.

Prior to scoring a rear naked choke against Cambodia’s Do Meng in October last year, Gayman scored a first round knock out against Athit Machungoen in Bangkok in November 2014 , also in Full Metal Dojo.

Kunlun FC is fast becoming the number one kickboxing platform in the world which hopes to educate the Chinese fans the sport of MMA.
In 2014 alone, they held 17 events all over the world including Thailand, China, the Philippines, and Belarus. Last year, 24 events saw action in Europe, including Italy, France and Slovakia, and Dubai.
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