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Old 02-03-2010, 06:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Dream 13: Maruis Zaromskis vs Kiyoshi Tamura

This is a bit old but thought I would point it out to anyone who doesn't know.

It was announced before the Diaz fight and im still excited to see Zaromskis fight again.

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MMA Fighting learned on Friday that the Japanese-based promotion is close to signing the bout. Of course, should Zaromskis get seriously injured against Diaz, there is a chance the fight might not happen.

Zaromskis really made a name for himself during last year's DREAM Welterweight Grand Prix, when he won his last two fights via head kick. He also defeated Myeon Ho Bae via 19-second knockout head kick in October.

Tamura hasn't fought since defeating Kazushi Sakuraba at the Dynamite!! 2008 show. The 40-year-old, who isn't accustomed to fighting at welterweight, has been competing in MMA since 1995 and holds victories over Patrick Smith, Maurice Smith, Renzo Gracie and Masakatsu Funaki.

DREAM recently announced that their 13th event will take place at the Yokohama Arena in Yokohama, Japan, and it will air live on HDNet in North America. Bibiano Fernandes will also defend his 145-pound belt against Joachim Hansen on the card.
http://www.mmafighting.com/2010/01/2...-for-dream-13/
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