UFC Fighter Anshul Jubli set to compete at UFC Seoul on February 4th.The only other Indian fighter to appear on a UFC card will be Anshul Jubli in the following year. The Indian has a scheduled match against Jeka Saragih for February 4 in Seoul.
Jubli (6-0) qualified for the Road to UFC tournament by triumphing at Matrix Fight Night 6 the previous season. After his quarterfinal match against Kyung Pyo Kim was called off, he defeated Kim by a narrow margin in the penultimate round.Saragih (13-2) secured his place in the championship match in a far more convincing manner, and he will make history as the first-ever Indonesian to compete for the UFC. In order to reserve his slot on this card, he stopped both Won Bin Ki and Pawan Maan Singh.
Doo Ho Choi will make a comeback following a two-year sabbatical. The Korean featherweight hasn’t competed since 2019, but UFC Seoul will see him back in action.His first three UFC fights were decisively won by first-round stoppages when he was one of the fastest emerging stars in the sport. Choi, however, has lost three games in a row despite having received a $50,000 USD performance bonus each time.
Injury has severely hampered Choi’s career, and he was also required to sit out games as he dealt with concerns related to his Korean military conscription. His previous triumph was back in 2016.
Although the UFC has not yet officially announced the event for February 4 in Seoul, it appears that numerous fights have been scheduled for that card. According to credible sources, Ji Yeon Kim will compete against Mandy Bohm.
Kim has lost her last four battles, but despite her losing streak, the Korean has continued to earn money and amuse the crowd. For losing against Priscila Cachoeira and Molly McCann during this run, she received two bonuses totaling $50,000 USD each.
Her most recent fight took place at bantamweight, but she will return to 125 pounds for this one. The 33-year-old takes on German-born Bohm, a decision loser in both of her UFC matches.