|height||173 cm (5' 8")||Mongolia|
|weight||70 kg (155 lb)|
|styles||Karate, Judo, Wrestling|
|MMA record||8 - 3|
Black Belt in Kyokushin Karate (1999)
Current Legend Lightweight Champion Jadamba Narantungalag graduated with a degree in Humanities from Mongolia’s National Defense University. He began training in martial arts at a young age, and after winning his first gold medal in 1993, he quickly gained prominence within the world of Asian combat sports.
A powerful striker, Jadamba’s combat sports career has been a trial by fire. In K-1 World MAX, he has gone toe-to-toe with legends such as Masato and Buakaw Por Pramuk. And his first MMA fight was against Japanese superstar Norifumi “Kid” Yamamoto. Although Jadamba holds an impressive record of championship titles in Karate, Kickboxing, Combat Sambo, and MMA, it was his underdog demolition of Japanese MMA superstar Akihiro Gono in 2010 that caused the MMA world to truly sit up and take notice of him.
In spite of his achievements, Jadamba is a quiet, humble man who sees himself as martial artist first and a fighter second. It was watching the Bruce Lee movie “Enter the Dragon” that first drove him to take up martial arts, and Lee’s example of integrating the best of all styles continues to inspire Jadamba. Asked about his motivation to train and compete, Jadamba replies with his favorite proverb: “To defeat an opponent, you must first defeat yourself.”
|Loss||Koji Ando||Technical Knockout (Injury)||Legend FC 11||27/04/2013||3 (0:47)|
|Win||Nam Yui Chul||Submission (Guillotine Choke)||Legend FC 8||30/03/2012||2 (0:58)|
|Win||Adrian Pang||Decision (Split)||Legend FC 6||30/10/2011||3 (5:00)|