Legend FC 11 Is All Set To Showcase 3 Championship Fights And 9 Explosive Under Card Scraps

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Fight fans are in for a treat as one of Asia’s most exciting MMA promotion, Legend Fighting Championship, will have their eleventh show for the first time at Chinwoo Stadium, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, with three championship fights and nine jaw-dropping match-ups that will surely make the fans go crazy.

After seven months of silence, LFC is finally back to showcase world-class MMA fights that will surely entertain millions of fans around the world.

Headlining Legend FC 11 is a lightweight championship fight between the ultra-tough champ Jadamba Narantungalag (8-2) and the massive Japanese fighter in Koji “The Commander” Ando (7-3-2).

Jadamba is physically gifted athlete, a very strong human being with incredible endurance, and a quite lengthy name. The 37-year-old Jadamba is currently riding an impressive 8-fight win streak and aims to extend it when takes on an equally talented fighter from Japan, Koji Ando.

At 28 years old, Ando is on the right timing to become an MMA champion. The Tokyo native plans to keep the Legend FC fans impressed as he tries to dethrone Jadamba on April 27th in Malaysia.

Another championship bout is scheduled between two of the best bantamweights in Asia-Pacific collides for the vacant Legend FC bantamweight title as Chinese submission specialist, Ji Xian (10-2) takes on heavy-handed Filipino fighter, Agustin Delarmino, Jr (6-2).

Xian is widely considered as one of China’s best MMA fighter today, who compiled 10 submission wins with only 2 defeats in his pro MMA career. He looks to slay another Team FCI fighter when he scraps with the Filipino slugger.

One advantage Agustin brings to this fight aside from his punching power would be his experience. He already knows what the atmosphere is like fighting a highly skilled fighter when he fought a world-class fighter and the former LFC bantamweight champ, Yao Honggang at LFC 9. Although the outcome of that fight didn’t go as planned, Agustin learned from it and will not commit the same mistake when he face Ji Xian on April 27. Xian defeated Agustin’s older brother Leonard and teammate Ruel Catalan, so this fight gives Delarmino, Jr. an extra motivation to get the W not only for the belt at stake, but also for his brother and teammate.

Speaking of motivation, two inspired and hungry welterweights will battle it out to become the new Legend FC welterweight king as China Top Team’s Li Jingliang (7-2) will slug it out against New Zealand’s Luke Jumeau (4-1).

This is a clash of the two most electrifying welterweights in Legend FC. Both Li and Jumeau are explosive fighters with an impressive all around game in their arsenal. Both guys loves to trade punches and if you commit a mistake, they will capitalize on it and they will surely make the most out of that mistake; next thing you know you are being interviewed by a ring physician or hugging a pillow because both guys has the capability to put you to sleep.

Li versus Jumeau is one of the most anticipated bouts of the night because fight fans around the world knows that these two warriors are insanely talented and powerful freak of nature.

With Legend Fighting Championship broadcast by AXN in Malaysia and the rest of Southeast Asia, and sydicated across a total of 152 countries via 22 broadcast partners, a global MMA audience of over 279 million homes will have their eyes on Malaysia at the end of April.

Home-grown fighters, Muhammad Hanif bin Zainal and Sam Chan – both seasoned Legend 11 fighters, will look to make the country proud in their respective weight classes.

Another talented Filipino fighter will make his return inside the Legend FC ring on April 27th as world-class striker, Jazor “The Razor” Ablasi takes on Team M.A.D’s own, Jo Nam Jin.

Click HERE to view LFC 11 fight card.

Check out legendfc.com for the latest updates.


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