The UFC Busan card looks to be complete with 13 fights. Korean fighters Seung Woo Choi and Dong Hyun Ma are among the latest additions to the event which is set for Sajik Arena on December 21st.

Seung (7-3)  has lost two fights out of two in his UFC career. The former Top FC featherweight champion will surely be fighting for his promotional future when he faces Suman Mokhtarian (8-1).

Meanwhile Dong (16-10-3) is also coming off back to back defeats although he has won three of his seven UFC bouts. The former Top FC lightweight champion has been matched with undefeated Venezuelan Omar Morales (8-0).

One Korean fighter who won’t be involved is Kim Ji-Yeon. She sustained a shoulder injury and was forced to pull out of her flyweight fight with Sabina Mazo.

Alateng Heili (13-7-1) will be looking to make it back to back UFC wins in Busan. The Chinese bantamweight has won nine of his last ten fights and will face American Ryan Benoit next month.

As previously announced the event will be headlined by a featherweight fight between Jung Chan Sung and Brian Ortega. Further local interest will be provided by the presence of Korean fighters Kyung Ho Kang, Jung Da Un, Choi Doo-Ho, Kim Ji-Yeon and Park Jun Yong.

UFC on ESPN+ 23, Busan, December 21
Brian Ortega vs. Jung Chan Sung (Featherweight)
Choi Doo-Ho vs. Charles Jourdain (Featherweight)
Kyung Ho Kang vs. Pingyuan Liu (Bantamweight)
Volkan Oezdemir vs. Aleksandar Rakic (Light Heavyweight)
Jung Da Un vs. Mike Rodriguez (Light Heavyweight)
Seung Woo Choi vs. Suman Mokhtarian (Featherweight)
Dong Hyun Ma vs. Omar Morales (Lightweight)
Alexandre Pantoja vs. Matt Schnell (Flyweight)
Park Jun Yong vs. Marc-Andre Barriault (Middleweight)
Said Nurmagomedov vs. Raoni Barcelos (Welterweight)
Veronica Macedo vs. Amanda Lemos (Strawweight)
Alateng Heili vs. Ryan Benoit (Bantamweight)
Ciryl Gane vs. Tanner Boser (Heavyweight)