MMA tourney Legend FC will debut in Malaysia on 27 April

Legend FC 11 Malaysia 2013 MMA fighting championship

So far we only have one international MMA championship that's been holding events here in Malaysia, and how is that enough to satisfy fans of the sport like myself? But our cries are now answered as another whole different MMA tournament will make its debut here at Chin Woo Stadium Kuala Lumpur on the 27th of April 2013 - Legend Fighting Championship.

I have not seen any Legend FC event but I am definitely looking forward to this 11th one as two title fights will be featured. Current Legend Lightweight Champion, Jadamba Narantungalag from Mongolia (I can't pronounce his last name either), will defend his belt against Japan's dangerous ground specialist, Koji "The Commando" Ando. The other title fight is between China's Ji Xian "The Executioner" and Augustin "Tamasak" Delarmino for the Legend Bantamweight Championship.

Sam Chan & Muhammad Hanif Legend FC MMA

Besides those championship bouts, Legend FC 11 will also feature our local boys Muhammad Hanif and Sam Chan. The home crowd in the stadium will be definitely pay great attention for this particular fight as it will be the only bout featuring Malaysian fighters. Both of them have yet to win in Legend FC so they'll definitely be seeing this outing as a golden opportunity. I have seen Hanif fight in local tourneys and this guy is one tough and courageous kid. I, too, have seen Sam fought multiple occasions locally and also got to grapple with him once when I first started learning martial arts and of course, he's beaten me easily. It'll be interesting for me to see both these fellows go head-to-head on a bigger stage this coming 27th in KL.

Legend 11 tickets are available through Airasia Redtix (www.airasiaredtix.com). For more information, please visit the Legend Fighting Championship website at www.legendfc.com.

5 comments:
  1. it is slightly rare to see that . . . All Asian "gang bang" this time :X *smirk*

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  2. Jeng, jeng, jeng. Round 1 - Fight. XD

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  3. Am looking forward to catching the fights!!!

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  4. VEN. ASHIN INDAKA: CROOK”DIRTY SEX” OF MYANMAR BUDDHIST MONKS
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sbfptk60--E&feature=youtu.be
    Kepada rakyat Malaysia yang hormati,
    Suka-lah kita memberitahu bahawa Sami Negera Myamnar kebanyakannya ajaran sesat, banyak permikirannya yang tak betul, main perempuan, tipu wang orang ramai dan lain-lain.

    Seorang Myanmar Sami Buddha (VEN. ASHIN INDAKA) bertinggal SAMNAK SAMBODHI BUDDHIST TEMPLE, NO: 19 JALAN 38 TAMAN DESA JAYA, KEPONG, KUALA LUMPUR, 52100 MALAYSIA (YIP KUM FOOK”MCA GOMBAK” PRESIDENT) yang sama jahat.

    Harap orang ramai, khasnya rakyat Malaysia mesti jauhkan sami Myanmar ini. kami harap juga Kerajaan Malaysia lebih mengambil perhatian Sami Buddha yang di upah dari luar Negeri, supaya rakyat Malaysia dan Nagera dapat di selamatkan. Sekian, Terima Kasih

    Respect to people of Malaysia,
    Likely, we are told that the Myanmar monks mostly false teaching, many impress notions which are not right, play girl, cheating of the public money and others.

    Myanmar Buddhist Monk (VEN. ASHIN INDAKA) stayed at SAMNAK SAMBODHI BUDDHIST TEMPLE, NO: 19 JALAN 38 TAMAN DESA JAYA, KEPONG, KUALA LUMPUR, 52100 MALAYSIA (YIP KUM FOOK”MCA GOMBAK” PRESIDENT) as same bad.

    Hope all people; especially Malaysians must far away Myanmar's monks. We hope more Malaysia’s Government also noted that the wages of Buddhist monks from the other countries, so that the Malaysian and country can be saved. Thank you

    尊敬的马来西亚人民,
    我们想告知,缅甸僧侣多半是假的教学,观念是不正确的,玩女人,谎言,欺骗金钱………

    缅甸佛教的僧侣 (VEN. ASHIN INDAKA) 住在 SAMNAK SAMBODHI BUDDHIST TEMPLE, NO: 19 JALAN 38 TAMAN DESA JAYA, KEPONG, KUALA LUMPUR, 52100 MALAYSIA (YIP KUM FOOK ” MCA GOMBAK” PRESIDENT) 同样糟糕。

    希望所有的马来西亚人, 都应该注意远离缅甸的僧侣。我们更希望马来西亚政府注意,外来的僧侣. 谢谢

    EVRERYONE CLICK HERE TO SEE MORE INFORMATION: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sbfptk60--E&feature=youtu.be
    “VEN. ASHIN INDAKA (MYANMAR): CROOK OF MYANMAR BUDDHIST MONKS (MUST WATCH)”

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  5. mixed martial arts (MMA) bouts in the Malaysia have surpassed boxing in popularity because of their raw, unpredictable nature with punches, kicks, flips and lots of blood.
    Toddler Karate Santa Monica

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