Here are the next two fighters to be featured.
Judo, Muay Thai
Junichi Sawayashiki has a professional kickboxing record of 15-5 with 10 wins coming by way of knockout.
Sawayashiki, at only 19 years old, turned pro in 2004 and started fighting for R.I.S.E. kickboxing promotion in Japan. He made his K-1 debut on December 2, 2006 at the K-1 WGP 2006 Final undercard, against Mitsugu Noda, winning the fight by split decision.
On his next fight in Yokohama he stunned the K-1 world by a convincing victory over French kickboxing legend Jerome Le Banner.
After three consecutive wins at Yokohama, Hawaii and Amsterdam Sawayashiki earned himself a wildcard entry to the K-1 Final Elimination against the K-1 Asia winner Yusuke Fujimoto. After having his nose broken in the first round, Sawayashiki fought on and knocked down Fujimoto three times in the third round before referee stopped the fight.
A couple of Sawayashiki's fights:
The second fighter featured:
: 6 feet 1 inch
: 222 lbs
Karate, Muay Thai
Musashi has a professional kickboxing record of 48-22-5 with 16 wins coming by way of knockout.
Musashi is a Japanese kickboxer who fights in the K-1 ring. He is also a karate practitioner. He is practicing Seido-kaikan karate in Osaka, Japan. His real name is Akio Mori. Trained by former (1994 - 1999) WBA Super Middleweight Boxing Champion Frankie Liles. Elder brother of middleweight K-1 kickboxer Tomo. Musashi took his ring name from the famous samurai of the same name, since his kicking technique is said to resemble the latter's sword-slashing.
Titles held by Musashi:
K-1 JAPAN GP 1999 winner
K-1 JAPAN GP 2000 winner
K-1 JAPAN GP 2001 2nd place
K-1 JAPAN GP 2002 winner
K-1 JAPAN GP 2003 winner
K-1 WORLD GP 2003 2nd place
K-1 WORLD GP 2004 2nd place
WAKO World Heavyweight Muay Thai champion
Some highlights from Musashi's fights: