Sting Choi Seung-woo and Jung Chan-sung learn a lot of technology.
After winning his first UFC victory in Busan in December 2019, he failed to play. As he managed to rebound from the exit crisis, another victory is needed to strengthen his position. “I want to continue to develop and compete with the top 10 players,” said Choi Seung-woo (28) of “Sting.”
Choi Seung-woo, a graduate of Muay Thai University at Yongin University, is a former champion of the Korean martial arts group TFC featherweight. He entered the UFC stage in 2019. Expectations were high as he beat domestic players in a row with his spectacular Muay Thai skills. Maybe it’s because he’s nervous. He was unable to exert himself in the Octagon. After losing consecutive games to Movsar Ebloyev and Gavin Tucker, he was on the verge of being kicked out after two matches 토토추천
Fortunately, the rumor that UFC will be removed from Busan in December 2019 has been silenced. After winning the decision against tens of thousands of Moktarians, he won his first UFC victory. It took a winning streak to keep up the momentum. But this time, he was blocked by injury. In October last year, he was injured during training and canceled the match. Choi Seung-woo said, “I fully recovered from the injury by taking good care of it right after the last injury. “We are training to match the style of our opponents, focusing on every aspect of hitting, ground, and physical strength.”
While aiming for two consecutive wins after rehabilitation, Choi headed to the Korean Zombie Gymnasium. He absorbed both Jeong Chan-sung’s ground skills and batting skills, and he also sweated heavily with Korean zombie players. Choi Seung-woo said, “I learned a lot technically and felt strong through sparring,” and added, “I was motivated, and he gave me a lot of good advice and how to prepare for the competition.” I am also grateful to the Korean zombie players.
If you take care of the victory, you will win two consecutive games. As he is attracting attention as a rising star, he can play against a higher opponent. Choi Seung-woo is drawing the next step. “I really like McGregor. He is a great player with strong self-belief, full of confidence, and shows his skills on Octagon,” he said, adding, “I want to play more games in 2021.” I want to be an influential player who is recognized in the UFC.”