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Sengoku: Soul of Fight went down this morning and here are the results

Sengoku: Soul of Fight went down this morning and here are the results

If you weren’t located in Japan this morning (which would technically be last night in Japanese time), then you missed perhaps one of the wildest Sengoku cards to ever grace MMA. The entire card will air on HDNet at some point in January, but the current buzz is that there are about four fight-of-the-year candidates along with some incredible and unexpected knockouts. Thanks to the recent invention of the internet, we have the results right here for you along with some detailed notes.

Roxanne Modafferi did not participate in Sengoku: Soul of Fight due to a nasty case of the flu. She’s disappointed, and says that she missed her chance to make a name for herself in Japanese MMA, but she hopes the opportunity will arise again (she was also favored in her fight against Hitomi Akano). Perhaps the most extraordinary result is Hatsu Hioki dominating Marlon Sandro in every aspect of their five round title fight. From what I’ve been told, the fight wasn’t even close. Hioki dictated where the fight would take place, and outstruck Sandro throughout every round of the fight.

MMA
Hatsu Hioki (new Sengoku featherweight champion) defeated Marlon Sandro via unanimous decision
– Kazuo Misaki defeated Mike Seal via TKO, 1:15 of round 1
Yoshiro Maeda defeated Masanori Kanehara via TKO, 1:27 of round 1
Taisuke Okuno defeated Ryo Chonan via KO, 0:19 of round 1 (a very, very brutal KO)
– Maximo Blanco defeated Won Sik Park via unanimous decision
Keita Nakamura defeated Yasubey Enomoto via submission (RNC), 3:48 of round 2
Jadamba Narantungalag defeated Kazunori Yokota via KO, 2:03 of round 1
– Mamed Khalidov defeated Yuki Sasaki via TKO, 2:22 of round 1
Dave Herman defeated Yoshihiro “Kiss” Nakao via unanimous decision
– Taiyo Nakahara defeated Akitoshi Tamura via DQ (low-blows), 2:07 of round 1
– Shunichi Shimizu defeated Manabu Inoue via split decision
– Sotaro Yamada defeated Kim Yi Sak via TKO, round 1
– Megumi Fujii defeated Emi Fujino via unanimous decision
– Roxanne Modafferi vs. Hitomi Akano did not take place (Roxy caught a bad case of food poisoning)
– Misaki Takimoto defeated Amy Davis via split decision
– Rin Nakai defeated Mika Harigai via submission (keylock), 2:09 of round 1

KICKBOXING
– Buakaw defeated Pramuk def. Hiroki Nakajima via unanimous decision
– Erika Kamimura defeated Chiharu via TKO, round 1
– Fabiano Cyclone defeated Andrew Peck via TKO, round 2
– Kazuki Osawa defeated Chang Seob Lee via TKO, round 1
– Norihiro “Musashi” Miyamoto and Hiroki Komata fought to a majority draw
– Kanongsuk Weerasakreck defeated Genki Yamamoto via unanimous decision
– Arashi Fujiwara defeated Mutsuki Ebata via unanimous decision
Yutaro Yamauchi and Go Yokoyama fought to a split draw
– Yusuke Ikei defeated Shintaro Matsukura via TKO, round 1
– Hironobu Ikegami and Yuji Tanaka fought to a majority draw

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