Fighting Mixed Combative! Some Details Out
An FMC representative was interviewed by Russian site valetudo.ru recently. In the interview some more details of the organization came to light. This is what I got from translating with online translators and comparing them, if anyone who reads Russian could translate or confirm that what I write is correct, please go ahead.
It seems like the first event will take place on August 16th and be a Korea vs. Japan card (as previously reported) since August 15th is the day Korea got independent from Japan. Don’t expect much of this card if most fights are Korea vs. Japan.
The second event will take place at the end of September (25-26).
All contracts for the first card are already set, and they are currently working on completing the second one.
They plan to hold FMC events in Russia, Japan, and other countries next year.
It seems like soccer kicks will be prohibited but stomps will be allowed. The fights will take place in a ring and be 3 5 minute rounds (why!?).
It seems like they will use a GP system to crown champions similar to some Japanese organizations.
The representative says that there will be doping tests, and also health checks 7 days before the fight.
It seems like the participation of Igor is now not as sure as before. Ivan and Aleksander are signed though.
In Korea they will work with big TV channel MBC, and they have contacted foreign channels, but they don’t know what will become of that yet.
In 5 years they want to be an organization with many fans who like the organization.