Asian MMA Update: Phil Baroni To Serve As Color Commentator On Sapp vs. Thompson, ROAD FC 6 Fight Videos

Remember Super Fight League, that show in India to be headlined by Bob Sapp vs. James Thompson? They're promising to be a different mix of spectacle and sport, and while one would think that they've already accomplished that with their headliner, it looks like there's a lot more planned for the event.

MMA isn't as popular in India as it is on other Asian countries, but the show, which will be run by millionaire tycoon Raj Kundra, actor Sanjay Dutt, and MMA agent Ken Pavia, will have different ways to gather in the crowd. They will have eight fights, but to start the show, they'll be having concerts from popular musicians in India to draw the crowd in. Another strategy they're taking is to have celebrities, personalities and popular fighters on the event.

One of those personalities, as has learned through sources close to the situation, is the "New York Bad Ass" Phil Baroni, who will be returning to the commentator's booth and will be calling the action for the March 11 event.

Although not yet finalized, sources have also informed us that Jeff Osborne is being offered as Baroni's partner for play-by-play commentary.

Baroni has also served as color commentator several times in the past, most notably on the recent bout between Roger Huerta and War Machine in Texas:

Also on the news coming out of the Asian region, the ROAD FC 006 Middleweight Grand Prix recently concluded. Following an upset victory over Denis Kang last December, PRIDE vet Shungo Oyama ran through two opponents this past weekend to win the GP and take the Road FC Middleweight title.

Watch all the fight videos after the jump, and don't forget to follow me on twitter -- @antontabuena.

ROAD FC 006: Final 4 Opening Video:

Middleweight Grand Prix Semi-Final 1: Hae Suk Son vs. Eun Soo Lee

Middleweight Grand Prix Semi-Final 2: Shungo Oyama vs. Jong Dae Kim

Middleweight Grand Prix Finals: Shungo Oyama vs. Hae Suk Son

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