The Road FC match between A-Sol Kwon (36) and Koji Nakamura (37, Japan), which failed to weigh in by over 5kg of the contract weight, was held at the end of twists and turns.
On the 17th, at the Goobne ROAD FC 062 weigh-in event held at the Swiss Grand Hotel in Hongeun-dong, Kwon A-sol appeared to be having a hard time even getting on the scale. He recorded 78kg, 5kg over in the 73kg contract weight match, and failed to pass the weigh-in.
As a condition of the match contract, Nakamura bet that if Kwon A-sol fails to pass the weigh-in, he will not play and give 50% of Kwon A-sol’s fight money to himself. According to the contract, it was unclear whether the game would proceed.
Despite the fact that the match was not required, Nakamura informed Road FC President Chung Moon-hong of his intention to proceed with the match. Rather, he worried about Kwon Ah-sol’s health.
Nakamura said, “(Kwon Ah-sol’s) weigh-in was over and the match could end, but I thought a lot about it.”
In response to Nakamura’s words, Chairman Chung Moon-hong dissuaded him, saying, “I am very grateful and grateful for the game, but there is no need to force it.” Nonetheless, Nakamura hoped the game would go ahead. He said, “I’m not trying to force a match,” and “I asked for 50% of Kwon Ah-sol’s fight money because I wanted him to keep his promise.” 안전놀이터
In addition, he added, “It’s not about money, it’s because I want to fight, so I’m requesting it.”
Kwon A-sol said through Road FC, “I am only sorry for failing to pass the weigh-in. Thank you for accepting the game,” he expressed his gratitude, saying, “I will try to recover as much as possible tomorrow.”
In response to Kwon Ah-sol’s words, Nakamura replied, “I hope Kwon Ah-sol recovers as much as possible tomorrow and comes out in good condition.”