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Japanese MMA Discuss Japanese MMA in here, such as DREAM, Shooto, and World Victory Road and any other Japanese MMA federation.

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post #81 of 116 (permalink) Old 07-16-2010, 01:47 PM Thread Starter
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Holy triple post!

You should use the edit button insteads of making multiple back to back posts. It keeps the Mods happy.
Bleh, I just bleh.

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This might be the one thread where there can be an exception. No one else keeps me informed on Japanese MMA.

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I always forget about the triple posting rule, will remember it in the future...I hope.

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What triple post rule?

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post #85 of 116 (permalink) Old 07-17-2010, 12:55 AM
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It's not just about 'triple' it's any number of multiple posts in a row by the same person that isn't allowed. I know what SJ is saying, but had to merge them anwyay.



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Oh, I don't do that!

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post #87 of 116 (permalink) Old 07-18-2010, 08:03 AM Thread Starter
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Kawajiri is doing fine, no surgery required - gryphonjapan

Sounds like he's ready to get back into the gym.

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Shooto Flyweight World Title Fight
Rambaa “M-16″ Somdet vs. Hiroyuki Abe

Shooto Lightweight Pacific-Rim Title Fight
Taiki Tsuchiya vs. Issei Tamura

Shooto Featherweight Pacific-Rim Title Fight
Koetsu Okazaki vs. Tetsu Hadairo

Single Fights
WW: Jani Lax vs. Kenichiro Togashi
LW: Matteus Lahdesmaki vs. Tenkei Fujimiya
WW: Koji Matsumoto vs. Shin Kochiwa
LW: Hiroshige Tanaka vs. Takayoshi “Tiger Eye” Ono
WW: Kunio Nakajima vs. Daisuke Hoshino

2010 Shooto Rookie Tournament 2nd Round
WW: MIKE vs. AKIRA
FlyW: Oni Bozu vs. Jun Nabeshima

The Way of SHOOTO 04! Scandinavian Attack | Nightmare Of Battle

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M16 - ABE



Taiki Tsuchiya - Issei Tamura


Koetsu Okazaki - Tetsu Hadairo


Jani Lax - Kenichiro Togashi


Kunio Nakajima - Daisuke Hoshino


Tanaka - Takayoshi “Tiger Eye” Ono


MIKE - AKIRA


Matteus Lahdesmaki - Tenkei Fujimiya

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So this could be an event during which we see two potential WEC flyweights!

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Winners
Tadaaki Yamamoto
Akira Okada X Munehiro Kin Draw
Hiroshige Tanaka
Daisuke Hoshino
Shin Kochiwa
Tenkei Oda
Kenichiro Togashi
Koetsu Okazaki
Taiki Tsuchiya
M16

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hmm i didnt find the news about DREAM getting some new help their way, in case no1 has seen it yet:

http://www.mixedmartialarts.com/news...00000-backing/

''DREAM's American representative says the Japanese promotion's prosperity depends not only on new capital, but a plan to spend it well.

And when that happens, DREAM hopes more fans will part with their cash.

Mike Kogan, Director of FEG USA, on Friday told MMAjunkie.com that the lucrative new deal between DREAM's parent company, Fighting and Entertainment Group, and Shanghai-based investment bank PUJI Capital is an important step in regaining MMA's foothold in Japan and the rest of the world.

But for DREAM to thrive, Kogan said it's crucial that the company converts some of its fanbase to "a paying public."

FEG, which also heads the preeminent kickboxing promotion K-1, recently announced that PUJI will stake the fight promotion company in an aggressive worldwide expansion effort – to the tune of up to $230 million U.S. dollars, according to the investment bank.

While the shape of the expansion is not entirely clear, FEG president Sadaharu Tanikawa said the effort will begin in 2011.

Tanikawa said the expansion is a "declaration of war against the WWE and UFC," though the company plans specifically to avoid the U.S. market, where he feels they are outgunned by the pay-per-view giants. The company has not promoted a show in the mainland U.S. since August 2007 for the K-1 World Grand Prix in Las Vegas.

Tanikawa admitted the company has lost a huge portion of its market share in the martial arts business and that its business model needs to change.

"From Asia, we will take the world," Tanikawa said.''

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looks like DREAM is gonna stick around for a while! great news!
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