Seungwoo Choi


South Korea

Set to face Charriere
January 14, 2024
Choi is scheduled to face Morgan Charriere in a featherweight bout at the UFC's April 6 event in Las Vegas, Marcel Dorff of reports.
Choi bounced back from a three-fight losing streak with a win in August over Jarno Errens via unanimous decision. He'll now take on an opponent who dazzled in his UFC debut in Charriere, who scored a quick knockout victory over Manolo Zecchini in September.
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Takes decision in Singapore opener
August 26, 2023
Choi defeated Jarno Errens via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) at UFC Fight Night on Saturday in Singapore.
There's zero question Choi was the consistently more effective fighter over the course of the bout. He started quick landing plenty of volume on the feet. He did get knocked down by Errens in Round 2 but responded with a knockdown of his own in Round 3, in addition to 1:52 worth of control time in the final frame. Choi entered having lost three in a row, so it was a near certainty he would have been handed his walking papers if he didn't emerge victorious here.
Slated to face Errens
July 26, 2023
Choi will take on Jarno Errens in a featherweight bout at a UFC event on Aug. 26 in Singapore, Marcel Dorff of reports Wednesday.
Choi will be looking for his first victory since 2021. After three straight losses, the most recent coming to Michael Trizano via a left hook in the first round, the featherweight is in desperate need of a victory. His opponent Errens is also coming off a loss, so both fighters will be looking to bounce back.
Given medical suspension
November 14, 2022
Choi has been handed a 90-day medical suspension, reports.
Choi was knocked out in the first round of last Saturday's fight against Mike Trizano at UFC 281. He will not be able to fight until at least mid-February. Choi will be trying to end a three-fight losing streak.
Falls first in high-paced slugfest
November 12, 2022
Choi lost to Mike Trizano via KO (punch) at 4:51 of Round 1 at UFC 281 on Saturday in New York.
The fighters were itchy to get after it in this one, as evidenced by a double knockdown that occurred just seconds into the fight. Choi was having success pressuring and landing big left hooks, but "Sting" became a bit too predictable down the stretch, allowing Trizano to time the shot and counter him hard, which lead to the finish. Choi is an exciting fighter who can do everything well but is now staring down the barrel of three consecutive losses, making his future in the organization uncertain. Choi falls to 10-6-0 in professional MMA as a result of the loss.
Facing heavy opponent
November 11, 2022
Choi will receive 20 percent of Mike Trizano's purse for Saturday's featherweight bout at UFC 281 after Trizano missed weight Friday, Jose Youngs of reports.
Trizano missed the featherweight limit by 1.6 pounds, so Choi will receive some additional earnings Saturday, regardless of what happens in the Octagon. Choi is coming off back-to-back losses after most recently losing to Josh Culibao via split decision in June, so he'll look to right the ship against a heavy opponent Saturday.