Kim Jong-man

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Kim Jong-Man
Martial Combat 2010 Champion Kim Jong Man
Martial Combat 2010 Champion Kim Jong Man
Born (1978-03-03) March 3, 1978 (age 39)
Seoul, The Republic of Korea
Other names Special Force
Nationality South Korean
Height 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)
Weight 145 lb (66 kg; 10.4 st)
Division

Featherweight,

Lightweight (formerly)
Team Kim Jong-Man Gym
Years active 2003–present
Mixed martial arts record
Total 38
Wins 23
By knockout 5
By submission 14
By decision 4
Losses 11
By knockout 1
By submission 4
By decision 6
Draws 3
No contests 1
Other information
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog
last updated on: December 29, 2009

Kim Jong-Man (born March 3, 1978), often anglicised to Jong-Man Kim, is a South Korean mixed martial artist who currently competes in the Featherweight division. While Kim has mostly fought in South Korea, he has also appeared in many Japanese promotions including, the Sengoku Raiden Championships, DEEP, Shooto, K-1 Hero's, and Russia's M-1 Global. He last fought at TOP FC - Original against Seung Hwa-Han.

Kim is a member of Korea's Special Forces, from which he earned his nickname "Special Force."

Mixed martial arts record[edit]

Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Win 23–11–3 (1) Seung Hwa-Han KO (punch) TOP FC - Original June 29, 2013 2 N/A Seoul, South Korea
Win 22–11–3 (1) Aaron Steele TKO (punches) MC - Martial Combat 3 June 16, 2010 5 4:25 Sentosa, Singapore
Loss 21–11–3 (1) Hideo Tokoro Decision (unanimous) Dynamite!! The Power of Courage 2009 December 31, 2009 3 5:00 Saitama, Japan
Loss 21–10–3 (1) Hiroshi Nakamura Decision (unanimous) FMC 1 - Korea vs. Japan August 16, 2009 3 5:00 Seoul, South Korea
Loss 21–9–3 (1) Masanori Kanehara Decision (unanimous) World Victory Road Presents: Sengoku 7 March 20, 2009 3 5:00 Tokyo, Japan Sengoku Featherweight Grandprix Opening Round
Draw 21–8–3 (1) Daiki Hata Draw (unanimous) Deep: 37 Impact August 17, 2008 3 5:00 Tokyo, Japan
Loss 21–8–2 (1) Niko Puhakka Submission (triangle choke) M-1 Challenge 2: Russia April 3, 2008 1 N/A St. Petersburg, Russia
Loss 21–7–2 (1) Tomohiko Hori Decision (majority) The Khan 1 March 30, 2008 3 5:00 Seoul, South Korea
Loss 21–6–2 (1) Akiyo Nishiura KO (punches) GCM - Cage Force EX Eastern Bound February 11, 2008 1 2:13 Tokyo, Japan
Draw 21–5–2 (1) Yoshiro Maeda Draw Deep: Protect Impact 2007 December 22, 2007 3 5:00 Osaka, Japan
Win 21–5–1 (1) Hatsu Hioki Decision (split) Shooto: Gig Central 13 October 8, 2007 3 5:00 Nagoya, Japan
Loss 20–5–1 (1) Masakazu Imanari Submission (armbar) Deep: 31 Impact August 5, 2007 1 3:28 Tokyo, Japan For Deep Featherweight Title
Draw 20–4–1 (1) Yuji Hoshino Draw GCM Cage Force 3 June 9, 2007 2 5:00 Tokyo, Japan
Loss 20–4 (1) Do Hyung Kim Decision (unanimous) NF Neo Fight 11 April 14, 2007 2 5:00 Seoul, South Korea
Win 20–3 (1) Tae Hyun Bang Decision (unanimous) NF Neo Fight 11 April 14, 2007 2 5:00 Seoul, South Korea
Win 19–3 (1) Hee Won Kim Submission (armbar) NF Neo Fight 11 April 14, 2007 1 0:55 Seoul, South Korea
NC 18–3 (1) Kevin Roddy No Contest World Best Fighter USA vs. Asia February 3, 2007 1 4:57 Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
Win 18–3 Atsushi Yamamoto TKO (punches) Hero's 2005 in Seoul November 5, 2005 2 4:25 Seoul, South Korea
Loss 17–3 Yong Jae Jun Decision (unanimous) G5 - Yungjin Pharm Middleweight Tournament Quarterfinals December 6, 2004 3 5:00 Seoul, South Korea
Win 17–2 Jung Hwan Jung Submission (armbar) G5 - Yungjin Pharm Middleweight Tournament Second Round November 24, 2004 1 1:40 Seoul, South Korea
Win 16–2 Hae Won Kim Submission (armbar) G5 Gimme Five October 27, 2004 1 2:24 Seoul, South Korea
Win 15–2 Seong Hyun Ko TKO (punches) G5 Gimme Five October 16, 2004 1 1:58 Seoul, South Korea
Loss 14–2 Lim Jae-Suk Submission (armbar) G5 - Motorola Middleweight Tournament Finals September 13, 2004 1 0:41 Seoul, South Korea
Win 14–1 Yong Hyun Park Submission (heel hook) G5 - Motorola Middleweight Tournament Finals September 13, 2004 1 2:57 Seoul, South Korea
Win 13–1 Sang Yong Kim Submission (heel hook) G5 - Motorola Middleweight Tournament Quarterfinals September 8, 2004 2 3:57 Seoul, South Korea
Win 12–1 Hyo Sik Hong Decision (unanimous) G5 - Motorola Middleweight Tournament Second Round September 1, 2004 3 5:00 Seoul, South Korea
Win 11–1 Jong Man Kim Decision (unanimous) G5 - Motorola Middleweight Tournament Opening Round August 23, 2004 3 5:00 Seoul, South Korea
Win 10–1 Jin Woong Choi Submission (armbar) G5 Gimme Five August 12, 2004 2 2:11 Seoul, South Korea
Win 9–1 Gi Han Kim Submission (armbar) G5 Gimme Five August 3, 2004 1 3:04 Seoul, South Korea
Win 8–1 Dae Yeol Cho Submission (guillotine choke) G5 Gimme Five July 31, 2004 2 2:26 Seoul, South Korea
Win 7–1 Ja Wook Kim Submission (guillotine choke) G5 Gimme Five July 17, 2004 2 3:19 Seoul, South Korea
Win 6–1 Keon Song TKO (punches) G5 Gimme Five July 10, 2004 1 1:58 Seoul, South Korea
Win 5–1 Nam Kim Submission (guillotine choke) G5 Gimme Five June 11, 2004 2 1:51 Seoul, South Korea
Win 4–1 Byung Jo Kim Submission (kneebar) G5 Gimme Five June 5, 2004 3 2:40 Seoul, South Korea
Win 3–1 Kyung Ho Park Submission (guillotine choke) G5 Gimme Five March 12, 2004 1 1:43 Seoul, South Korea
Win 2-1 Jae Ho Lee Submission (kneebar) G5 Gimme Five March 6, 2004 2 2:03 Seoul, South Korea
Loss 1–1 Lim Jae-Suk Submission (reverse armbar) NF 1 - Neo Fight 1 August 30, 2003 1 4:25 Seoul, South Korea
Win 1–0 Young Suk Ko Submission (reverse armbar) NF 1 - Neo Fight 1 August 30, 2003 1 3:17 Seoul, South Korea

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