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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-15-2007, 12:31 PM Thread Starter
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Kang Close To Bodogfight Deal

KANG CLOSE TO BODOGFIGHT DEAL

American Top Team Middleweight May Sign Soon

By Brian Knapp

The American Top Team’s Denis Kang is in serious negotiations with bodogFIGHT and could sign with the upstart promotion as early as this week, a source close to the ATT indicated.

Kang (27-8-1), one of the world’s top middleweights, is 20-1-1 in his past 22 fights, the lone defeat a split decision loss to Kazuo Misaki in the finals of the PRIDE Welterweight Grand Prix at PRIDE “Bushido 13.” Kang reportedly tore a biceps muscle in the semi-finals but agreed to fight anyway.

Kang successfully defended his Spirit Martial Challenge middleweight championship with a unanimous decision victory over Junggyu Cho March 11 in South Korea. The bout left Kang with a broken hand, and he has been out of action ever since.

A Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt under Marcus Soares, the 29-year-old owns victories over Amar Suloev, Murilo Rua and Akihiro Gono, among others, during an illustrious career that began in 1998. His stunning 15-second KO of Rua highlighted PRIDE “Bushido 11” and was part of an amazing 20-fight unbeaten streak.


American Top Team Middleweight May Sign Soon

By Brian Knapp

The American Top Team’s Denis Kang is in serious negotiations with bodogFIGHT and could sign with the upstart promotion as early as this week, a source close to the ATT indicated.

Kang (27-8-1), one of the world’s top middleweights, is 20-1-1 in his past 22 fights, the lone defeat a split decision loss to Kazuo Misaki in the finals of the PRIDE Welterweight Grand Prix at PRIDE “Bushido 13.” Kang reportedly tore a biceps muscle in the semi-finals but agreed to fight anyway.

Kang successfully defended his Spirit Martial Challenge middleweight championship with a unanimous decision victory over Junggyu Cho March 11 in South Korea. The bout left Kang with a broken hand, and he has been out of action ever since.

A Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt under Marcus Soares, the 29-year-old owns victories over Amar Suloev, Murilo Rua and Akihiro Gono, among others, during an illustrious career that began in 1998. His stunning 15-second KO of Rua highlighted PRIDE “Bushido 11” and was part of an amazing 20-fight unbeaten streak.
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Man, this kind of sucks. I was hoping Kang would come to the UFC. I'd love to see Kang Vs. Franklin / Kang Vs. Tanner and Kang Vs. Silva. I think these would be great fights.

He will probably beat everyone in Bodogs MW division easily, allthough a fight with Lindland might be very entertaining.

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yeah it sucks.but he was already affiliated with bodog so its not a great surprise.kang v silva sounds great
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