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Sengoku 12/30 Tokyo, Ariake Colosseum fight card (match order finalized)

By Zach Arnold | December 27, 2010

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The match order established for the show:

  1. SRC Jacket match (Lightweights): Sotaro Yamada vs. Kim Lee Sak
  2. SRC Jacket match (59 kg): Kiyotaka Shimizu vs. Ichiro Sugita
  3. SRC Jacket match (Lightweights): Yukio Sakaguchi vs. Jung Jin Suk
  4. Kickboxing match (61.23 kg): Hironobu Ikegami vs. Yuji Tanaka
  5. Kickboxing match (70 kg): Yusuke Ikei vs. Shintaro Matsukura
  6. Kickboxing match (70 kg): Yutaro Yamauchi vs. Gou Yokoyama
  7. Muay Thai match (52 kg): Arashi Fujiwara vs. Mutsuki Ebata
  8. Muay Thai match (60 kg): Kanongsuk Weerasakreck vs. Genki Yamamoto
  9. Muay Thai match (73 kg): Musashi Miyamoto vs. Hiroki Komata
  10. Kickboxing match (Heavyweights): Kazuki Ozawa vs. Lee Chang Seob
  11. Muay Thai match (86.18 kg): Fabiano Cyclone vs. Andrew Peck
  12. Women’s Muay Thai match (mini-flyweights at 47.62 kg): Erika Kamimura vs. Chiharu
  13. Amy Davis vs. Misaki Takimoto
  14. Rin Nakai vs. Mika “Hari” Harigai
  15. Roxanne Modafferi vs. Hitomi Akano
  16. SRC Bantamweight Asia Tournament 2010: Manabu Inoue vs. Shunichi Shimizu
  17. SRC Bantamweight Asia Tournament 2010: Akitoshi Tamura vs. Taiyo Nakahara
  18. Heavyweights: Yoshihiro Nakao vs. Dave Herman
  19. Middleweights: Yuki Sasaki vs. Mamed Khalidov
  20. Lightweights: Kazunori Yokota vs. Jadamba Narantungalag
  21. SRC Welterweight GP Series: K-Taro Nakamura vs. Yasubey Enomoto
  22. Lightweights: Maximo Blanco vs. Won Sik Park
  23. Welterweights: Ryo Chonan vs. Taisuke Okuno (filling in for Dan Hornbuckle who Sengoku says is out due to influenza but MMA Junkie claims Bellator wouldn’t let Hornbuckle do the fight)
  24. Featherweights: Masanori Kanehara vs. Yoshiro Maeda
  25. Megumi Fujii vs. Emi Fujino
  26. Kickboxing match (70 kg): Buakaw Por Pramuk vs. Hiroki Nakajima
  27. Middleweights: Kazuo Misaki vs. Mike Seal
  28. SRC Featherweight title match: Marlon Sandro vs. Hatsu Hioki

Topics: Media, MMA, Sengoku, Zach Arnold | 12 Comments » | Permalink | Trackback |

12 Responses to “Sengoku 12/30 Tokyo, Ariake Colosseum fight card (match order finalized)”

  1. Chuck says:

    Jesus that’s a lot of fights! Holy fuck man! That’s either combat sport heaven or way over-saturation.

  2. Zack says:

    Forgive my ignorance, but what is a jacket match?

    • fd says:

      http://nightmareofbattle.com/?p=4592

      “It’s basically MMA rules between MMA fighters from different styles.

      It seems that you get 1 point for a submission (when you have one locked in, “catch” like Shooto used to have), 2 points for a knockdown, and 2 points for throws/takedowns.

      The fighters will wear the clothes from their respective martial art.

      Yamada will wear Pankration clothes, Kim will wear Taekwondo clothes, Shimizu will wear Sambo clothes, and Sugita will wear Karate clothes.”

  3. 45 Huddle says:

    That really is an all day festival. Those seats better be comfortable.

    Out of the around 25 fights…. I care about exactly ONE of them… Which is the Sandro/Hioki fight.

    • smoogy says:

      If this gets you more into it, Blanco, Jadamba and Enomoto would all beat the snot out of more than a few of their UFC counterparts, and all of them are in good matchups with exciting opponents.

      Also, Buakaw vs. Nakajima is one of the better 70kg K-1 rules fights booked this year.

      • edub says:

        “Blanco, Jadamba and Enomoto would all beat the snot out of more than a few of their UFC counterparts”

        A few probably, more than a few not likely.

        “Also, Buakaw vs. Nakajima is one of the better 70kg K-1 rules fights booked this year.”

        Hell yes it is.

  4. Zack says:

    Thanks for the info FD…sounds interesting.

  5. robthom says:

    I hope Kazuo has been forgiven enough to reclaim his potential.

    One of the baddest “outside” japanese dudes with a grip of potential!

  6. Coyote says:

    Park vs Blancois gonna be an amazing fight. But guys are true prospect’s.

    The lower price for the event is around the 50 dollar’s.

    Is an all day festival, and i hear that is gonna be like an expo and a music show during the event.

  7. Garrett Bailey says:

    dude. totes magotes. def gone livestream this shit.

  8. Jonathan says:

    I wish that I would be there for that!

  9. PaulH says:

    It’s nice, too, that HDNet is going to broadcast this over 2 weeks (they really couldn’t do it live, what with its length and televising Dynamite). Friday, January 14 will be part 1, and the conclusion airs 1/21.

    HDNet rules.

    Here’s the source: http://tinyurl.com/254jh26 (don’t care if it’s tape-delay; it’ll be must-DVR for me).

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