Double G 7 is set for the KBS Arena on June 5th. There will be no fewer than three titles on the line with AFC featherweight champion Gi Bum Moon challenging Jun Young Hong for the inaugural featherweight belt.

Moon (10-4) has held the AFC 145lbs title since 2017 and successfully defended it three times. He could establish himself as arguably the top Korean featherweight on the domestic scene by winning a second strap here.

Hong (10-6-1) is coming off a stoppage win at Double G 5. In 2018 he fought for the interim featherweight title at Top FC 17 but was stopped by Sung Bin Jo.

The welterweight title will also be on the line in Seoul on June 5th. Champion Tae Ho Jin will not be defending the title he won at Double G 5 and Han Seul Kim (10-4) has been handed a second shot at the belt.

Kim is coming off a loss to Jin in a fight for the vacant title. Prior to that he had won six straight fights and the 30 year old will be looking to make it second time lucky when he faces Yong Joo Lim (1-3) who scored the first win of his entire career at Double G 6.

The third title on the line is the inaugural atomweight strap. Two fighters with identical records will go head to head for the 105lbs belt when Bo Hyeon Park (3-1) takes on Yerin Hong (3-1), the former is coming off a win at Double G 4 while the latter makes her promotional debut.

Double G 7, Seoul, June 5th
Gi Bum Moon vs. Jun Young Hong (For featherweight title)
Han Seul Kim vs. Yong Joo Lim (For welterweight title)
Bo Hyeon Park vs. Yerin Hong (For atomweight title)