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Tatsumitsu Wada gets bonus on “Road to ONE 5th: Sexyama Edition” held in Japan; Check the results

 “Road to ONE 5th: Sexyama Edition” was held at Tsutaya O-East in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan, on October 5, 2021 (Tuesday). The event was a tribute to UFC veteran Yoshihiro Akiyama, who chaired the comment booth. There was also a 300.000 yen ($2.700 USD) 'Sexyama Bonus' on offer for anyone who would fight the funniest fight on the card.

In the 'main event' (and therefore the 'main event') of the 'schedule' we saw an MMA fight between Tatsumitsu Wada, (a former 'DEEP Impact' champion) and Daichi Takenaka, (former 'Shooto' bantamweight champion ” ).

The fight started in the “swapping” area, with Wada hitting a kick in the leg of Takenaka, who retaliated with a nice left “cross” followed by a kick that hit the inside of his opponent's leg. The athletes who are currently part of the 'Squad' of the 'ONE Championship' continued to invest in the 'swapping', with Takenaka delivering a kick to Wada's body in response to the 'strike' (a left 'hook' and an 'uppercut' ) that had been “connected” from the “clinch”. This first round also featured some moments of “hand to hand” fights.

The fighters continued to invest in punches and kicks at the start of the second round, but they also developed the ground game, with Wada taking his opponent's back. He ended up on the bottom and even landed an elbow while trying to fit a triangle. Takenaka also did a good job of punishing his opponent with a solid ground and pound at the end of the round.

The third and final round started with Wada trying to take down his opponent with a single leg drop (also known as a single leg), but Takenaka defended well. In the sequence, Wada pressed his opponent against the cage's grid and then took him to the ground. After hitting the body in the clinch, he was able to catch Takenaka's back once more, but Takenaka managed to defend himself well and avoided the choke attempt. Afterwards, Takenaka managed to get out of position and land blows from Wada's guard until the end of the fight, but Wada also remained active from below, doing enough to guarantee the victory, albeit by split decision (2-1).

With the result, Wada secured a check for 300.000 yen (US$2.700) in addition to his wrestling bag, which was handed over by Yoshihiro Akiyama himself. After earning the “Sexyama” bonus, Wada improved his MMA record to 23-11-2 while Takenaka dropped to 13-3-1.

The 'co-main event' (or 'co-main event') on the card was a match between Shinya Aoki and Shutaro Debana played under the rules of 'grappling'. The confrontation ended in a tie, since none of the athletes managed to submit until the end of regulation time.

Check out the results of “Road to ONE 5th: Sexyama Edition” which include:

Road to ONE 5th: Sexyama Edition
05 October 2021
Tsutaya O-East
Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan

MMA: Tatsumitsu Wada defeated Daichi Takenaka via split decision after three rounds
Grappling : Shinya Aoki vs Shutaro Debana ended in a draw after regular time expired
MMA: Kota Onojima defeated Seigo Yamamoto via unanimous decision after three rounds
MMA: Sora Yamamoto defeated Yasuyuki Nojiri via unanimous decision after three rounds
MMA: Takuma Sudo beat Kirato Kaebara via submission (knee) at 1:05 of the second round
MMA: Masuto Kawana defeated Takeki Niizeki via submission (naked choke) at 3:54 of the third round

* Text from the collaborator Oriosvaldo Costa. | Written in 08 / 10 / 2021
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Caption : Tatsumitsu Wada won the “Sexyama” bonus for best fight on the card.
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Caption : Tatsumitsu Wada received the award from Yoshihiro Akiyama himself.
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Check out the results of “Rizin Landmark vol.1” held Saturday in Japan

As proof that it is today's most creative mixed martial arts promotion, Rizin FF held on Saturday, October 2, 2021, the new series “Rizin Landmark vol.1”, in an underground location in Tokyo, capital of Japan.
The event was broadcast 'live' by 'U-NEXT', a Japanese streaming site, but a problem in the distribution of 'Pay-Per-View' caused a delay in the start of matches for 1 hour.
The misfortune prompted an apology from Rizin FF CEO Nobuyuki Sakakibara.

The 'U-NEXT' staff also publicly apologized and guaranteed that refunds will be given to customers who couldn't see all the fights.
Fans paid 3.800 yen (or 35 US dollars) to see the “Rizin Landmark vol.1” for the 'Pay-Per-View' system, but many were already customers of the 'U-NEXT' platform that distributes content on the anime format, westerns, and even pornography, among other genres.
Although this was one of 'U-NEXT's first experiences with broadcasting sporting events, they intend to maintain their partnership with the new Sakakibara series and guarantee that they will take all possible measures to prevent “similar setbacks” from occurring in the future.

In the 'main event' (and therefore 'main event') of the card we saw popular 'YouTuber' Mikuru Asakura defeat Kyohei Hagiwara by unanimous decision of the judges after three rounds. With the victory Asakura improved to 15-3, while his opponent dropped to 4-4.
After the fight, Asakura challenged his 'former opponents' Kleber Koike Erbst and Yutaka Saito to rematch.

The 'co-main event' (or “co-main event”) brought us MMA rookie Hiroaki Suzuki and 'Ganryujima' veteran Keisuke Okuda. With a cartel of respect in “swapping” fights, Suzuki - who has even fought Muay Thai in the ONE Championship - started the fight hitting his opponent with kicks. Okuda, in turn, tried a takedown on Suzuki, but took a knee to the head and was punished with a solid “ground and pound” by his opponent.
Suzuki got an impressive victory in the first round while Okuda suffered his third defeat in the 'unified professional' rules of mixed martial arts (those imposed by the Nevada Athletic Commission). His previous victories at 'Ganryujima' were in fights performed under the franchise's “custom rules”.

In another bout on the schedule, Mazakazu Imanari (39-20) returned to winning ways with an armbar submission over Takeshi Kasugai (26-9) still in the first round.

Shooto Watanabe (23-6) also got a “similar” result, who submitted Koki Naito (9-6) with a choke still in the initial round.

Check out the results of "Rizin Landmark vol.1" which include:

Rizin Landmark vol.1
02 October 2021
( location not informed )
Tokyo, Japan

Mikuru Asakura defeated Kyohei Hagiwara via unanimous decision after three rounds
Hiroaki Suzuki beat Keisuke Okuda by “TKO” (punches) at 1:42 of the first round
Masakazu Imanari defeated Takeshi Kasugai by submission (armbar) at 2:50 of the first round
Shooto Watanabe beat Koki Naito via submission (choke) at 1:34 of the first round

* Text from the collaborator Oriosvaldo Costa. | Written in 05 / 10 / 2021
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Caption : Mikuru Asakura defeated Kyohei Hagiwara after three rounds.
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Caption : Hiroaki Suzuki beat Keisuke Okuda in the first round.
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Satoshi Ishii wins debut at K-1 World GP 2021 Japan held Monday in Japan; Check the results

On Monday (September 20, 2021 / holiday in Japan), the 'K-1 Japan Group' promoted the K-1 World GP 2021 Japan: “YokohamaTsuri” (Yokohama Festival), event that took place at Yokohoma Arena in Yokohoma, Kanagawa, Japan.
The competition was broadcast 'live' on AbemaTV and, according to reports, the audience numbers were very close to those of “K'FESTA.4 Dia.2”.

The event featured a knockout tournament for eight men weighing up to 67,5 kg. The great champion was Masaaki Noiri, who won with three consecutive “KO's” to his opponents: FUMIYA, Ayinta Ali and Rukiya Anpo, respectively.
It's worth remembering that Noiri - athlete who already beat Brazilian Vitor Tofanelli by unanimous decision in K-1 on November 3, 2020 - was also classified this year as the 3rd best fighter in the world in his category by 'Combat Press'.

In the 'co-main event' (or 'co-main event') of the schedule, current K-1 cruiseweight champion Sina Karimian faced off against former K-1 champion Kyotaro Fujimoto in a matched fight without title fight. The Iranian fighter ended up beating the Japanese by split decision after an extra round.

Highlight for MMA fighter and current champion of “HEAT”, Satoshi Ishii. Also a former Olympic gold medalist in Judo, the Japanese recently changed nationality to represent Croatia. His opponent was Ryo Aitaka, a former K-1 cruiserweight title challenger. Ishii ended up winning in his first foray into the world of Kickboxing.

Among the women, Kotomi defeated Rikako Sakurai by inanimate decision after three rounds.

The next K-1 tournament will be held on December 4, 2021, at the EDION Arena in Osaka.
The officials also announced that the competition will be held for the first time at the Tokyo Metropolitan Gym on February 27, 2022.

For now, stay with the results of K-1 World GP 2021 Japan: “YokohamaTsuri” which include:

K-1 World GP 2021 Japan: “YokohamaTsuri”
20 September 2021
Yokohama Arena
Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan

Masaaki Noiri beat Rukiya Anpo by KO in the third round - welterweight tournament final
Sina Karimian beat Kyotaro via split decision after extra round (10-9, 9-10, 10-9)
Daizo Sasaki defeated Kenta Hayashi via unanimous decision ( 27-26, 28-27, 28-26 )
Ryusei Ashizawa defeated Hirotaka Urabe via unanimous decision ( 30-27, 30-28, 30-28 )
Yuta Murakoshi defeated Narufumi Nishimoto via unanimous decision ( 30-27, 30-27, 30-26 )
Hirotaka Asahisa beat MOMOTARO by KO at 2:59 of the first round
Yasuhiro Kido beat Yutaro Yamauchi by KO at 2:25 of the second round
Satoshi Ishii defeated Ryo Aitaka by decision after extra round (10-9 × 3)
Rukiya Anpo beat Riki Matsuoka by KO at 2:35 of the third round - welterweight tournament semifinal
Masaaki Noiri beat Ayinta Ali by KO at 1:32 of the first round - semifinal of the welterweight tournament
Kaito Ozawa defeated Yuta Kunieda by unanimous decision (30-29 × 3)
Taito Gunji defeated Takahito Niimi via unanimous decision ( 30-27, 30-29, 30-29 )
Toma beat Yusuke by KO at 2:05 of the second round
Kotomi defeated Rikako Sakurai by unanimous decision (30-28 × 3)
Akihiro Kaneko beat Koki by KO at 2:35 of the first round
Yuto Shinohara defeated Toshiki Taniyama via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-25, 30-26)
Ryuka beat Hikaru Hasumi by KO at 1:48 of the second round
Riki Matsuoka beat Maki Dwansonpong by KO at 3:00 of the second round
Rukiya Anpo beat Alan Soares by knockout at 0:31 of the first round
Masaaki Noiri beat FUMIYA by KO at 2:10 of the first round
Ayinta Ali defeated Ruku Kojima by unanimous decision ( 30-28, 30-29, 30-28 )
Kazuki Daiku beat Kurogi Darvish by KO at 2:45 of the first round
Takahiko Kobayashi beat Takuma Shimizu by KO at 2:10 of the second round

* Text from the collaborator Oriosvaldo Costa. | Written in 22 / 09 / 2021
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Caption : MMA fighter Satoshi Ishii won on his kickboxing debut.
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Caption : The poster advertising the K-1 World GP 2021 Japan: “YokohamaTsuri”.
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“Panchan” Rina Okamoto wins at 'Rizin 30' held Sunday in Japan; Check the results

Rizin FF returned to their home arena, the Saitama Super Arena, in Saitama, Japan, on Sunday, September 19, 2021, when they presented Rizin 30 'live', an edition that brought the second phase of the tournament among bantamweights of the franchise.

Certainly the 'card' will be remembered for these GP quarter-finals, but the Asian organization also made history by offering for the first time a female kickboxing match held under its “banner”.

And it was the fighter (still undefeated in her career) Rina Okamoto better known as “Panchan” (11-0, 2 “KO's) who was famous by beating her compatriot Momoka Mandokoro (20-17-3, 1 “KO”) by decision in the fight for opening the programming.
Japanese fans are already talking about the possibility of Rina facing Rena Kubota in an upcoming concert. The latter has competed several times in MMA for Rizin, but comes from a past in kickboxing. Will we see a duel between Rina and Rena already at Rizin 31?

Also among women, but this time under MMA rules, we saw Ayaka Hamasaki (23-3) beat Emi Fujino again (25-12), by unanimous decision, after three rounds. They fought for the first time in 2012 and on that occasion Hamasaki successfully defended her title of 'Deep Jewels' champion.

For Brazilians, the most awaited moment of this Rizin 30 was the fight of Alan Yoshihiro from São Paulo, partner of Roberto Satoshi and Kleber Koike. Yoshihiro was defeated via unanimous decision by Japan's Kai Asakura.
Asakura - a former Rizin bantamweight champion - had a good moment in the first round, when he connected powerful blows to the body of the Brazilian representative of the Bonsai Jiu Jitsu academy and approached victory. Alan resisted the attacks, managed to balance the fight in the next round, but the Japanese got the better of the third round and guaranteed the victory by unanimous decision of the judges.
Asakura improved to 18-3, while Yoshihiro dropped to 18-9-4. Not by chance, this fight was the 'main event' (and therefore the 'main event') of the 'card'.

Another athlete who also won by decision to advance in the GP was Naoki Inoue (17-2) passing by Naoki Inoue (17-2).

Hiromasa Ougikubo (23-5) also booked his place in the semifinals, beating fellow veteran Takafumi Otsuka (29-19).

The only quarterfinalist to define his fight without leaving the decision to the judges was Kenta Takizawa (13-7), who submitted Yuki Motoya (28-10) with a flurry of punches halfway through the first round, almost knocking the former bantamweight champion 'DEEP Impact' out of the ring.

Other highlights of this Rizin 30 were veteran Shoji Maruyama (19-14) who knocked out “Kickboxer” Chihiro Suzuki (5-3) in just 20 seconds of fight.

Shinobu Ota (1-1), Wrestling silver medalist at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro (in 2016) also did well. The Japanese won his first fight in MMA. For that, the featherweight had to beat Yuta Kubo ( 0-1 ) by unanimous decision of the judges. Shinobu Ota's debut in the sport came at the end of 2020, when he lost to Hideo Tokoro.

Check out the results of "Rizin 30" which include:

Rizin 30
19 September 2021
Saitama Super Arena (さ い た ま パ ー ア リ ー ー ナ)
Saitama, Japan

MMA: Kai Asakura defeated Alan Yoshihiro by unanimous decision of the judges
MMA: Naoki Inoue defeated Yuto Hokamura by unanimous decision of the judges
MMA: Hiromasa Ougikubo defeated Takafumi Otsuka by unanimous decision of the judges
MMA: Kenta Takizawa defeated Yuki Motoya by TKO in the first round
MMA: Ayaka Hamasaki defeated Emi Fujino by unanimous decision of the judges
MMA: Yusuke Yachi defeated Koji Takeda by unanimous decision of the judges
MMA: Yoshinori Horie defeated Ulka Sasaki by unanimous decision of the judges
MMA: Shinobu Ota defeated Yuta Kubo by unanimous decision of the judges
MMA: Shoji Maruyama defeated Chihiro Suzuki by TKO in the first round
Kickboxing: Rina Okamoto defeated Momoka Mandokoro by unanimous decision of the judges

* Text from the collaborator Oriosvaldo Costa. | Written in 20 / 09 / 2021
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Caption : “Panchan” Rina Okamoto made history as the first woman to win a kickboxing match at Rizin.
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Caption : The flyer to promote the fight between the “Kickboxers” Rina Okamoto and Momoka Mandokoro.
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Check out the results of “Deep Jewels 34” held Saturday in Japan

The women's MMA event “Deep Jewels 34” was held on Saturday (September 04, 2021) at Shinjuku FACE in Tokyo, Japan. Shigeru Saeki's promotion has developed many female fighters recently and this was on display in the latter event in which most athletes had had fewer than three fights in their careers. But despite this, these competitors are creating 'fanbases', getting sponsorships and are getting better.
The schedule also featured athletes experienced in the sport.

In the 'main event' (and therefore the 'main event') of the card we saw a fight in the atom weight category between Mizuki Oshiro and Mizuki Furuse. And although the two have the same name, they experience different moments in their careers.
Oshiro came to this competition after losing three times last year while Furuse, in turn, had won a contract with Rizin FF, also last year, after four consecutive victories.

But it was Oshiro, the oldest fighter (25 years old), who prevailed over Furuse (20 years old). The latter seemed eager to end the fight from the start, but Oshiro seemed to be in his comfort zone. She came close to winning with two armbar attempts after being thrown to the ground and worked on the ground and pound in the first round.

The Okinawan fighter's victory would come in the second round, after conquering the mount and punishing her opponent with punches from the superior position, which forced Furuse's corner to throw in the towel. Oshiro won by “TKO” at 4 minutes and 13 seconds into the second period and improved to 3-4, while his opponent dropped to 7-8.

The 'co-main event' (or “co-main event”) marked the recovery of Mikiko Shimizu (3-1) after the first loss suffered in her career. This time, she beat Kate Oyama (1-2), by unanimous decision, after two rounds of the fight in the flyweight division.

In another highlight of the program we saw Aya Murakami (2-0) submit Kyoka Chibisai (0-2) with an armbar at 4 minutes and 16 seconds of the first round.

Check out the results of “Deep Jewels 34” which include:

Deep Jewels 34
04 September 2021
Shinjuku FACE (新宿 FACE)
Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan

MMA: Mizuki Oshiro defeated Mizuki Furuse by "TKO" ("corner" threw in the towel) at 4:13 of the second round
MMA: Mikiko Shimizu defeated Kate Oyama via unanimous decision after two rounds
MMA: Eru Takebayashi defeated Tomoko Inoue via unanimous decision after two rounds
MMA: Aya Murakami defeated Kyoka Chibisai via submission (armbar) at 4:16 of the first round
MMA: Tae Murayama defeated PochanZ via unanimous decision after two rounds
Kickboxing: Saki Nakamura defeated Miyu Yamamoto via unanimous decision

* Text from the collaborator Oriosvaldo Costa. | Written in 14 / 09 / 2021
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Caption : Mizuki Oshiro defeated Mizuki Furuse.
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Caption : Mizuki Oshiro punching Mizuki Furuse from the mount.
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Check out the results of “Grachan 49” held Saturday in Japan

 

The “Grachan 49” was held on Saturday (August 07, 2021). The cage was set up at the 176box in Osaka, Japan. The “Grachan” is the only professional mixed martial arts organization “born on the streets” and has gained social credibility in the 'land of the Rising Sun' since its inaugural event, in August 2015. The franchise has also promoted some of its 'cards' in conjunction with a US military base in Japan. As usual, Mr. Hiroyuki Iwasaki, (CEO of G. Global Co., Ltd.), provided us with a 'card' made up of excellent MMA fights.

In the 'main event' (and therefore the 'main event') of the 'schedule' we experienced a 'drama' when Takahiro Kawanaka imposed a 'TKO' on Gota Yamashita just 50 seconds into the first round. The 'scruffling' sound of the 'right left' echoed in the hallway of the 176box. With the victory, Kawanaka gained the right to challenge great welterweight champion Hiroki Nagaoka.

Already in the 'co-main event' (or “co-main event”) we saw an exciting battle in the bantamweight division between Motonobu Tezuka and Takeya Takemoto. Tezuka ended up winning by unanimous decision after three rounds of a fight in which the fighters developed a lot in the solo game. With the victory, the athlete from the 'Cobra Kai MMA Dojo' team challenged Soraya Ito, champion of the bantamweight division of the “Grachan” and also 'appealed' to fight in the “RIZIN”.

Another fighter who won by unanimous decision (3-0) was Yutaka Ueda. The veteran of 'DEEP Impact', 'Wardog Cage Fight' and “Grachan” himself spent the two pre-set rounds to get past Yota Hayashi, who until then was fighting for the “Shooto” promotion.

Among the heavyweights, Hidetaka Arato beat Takahiro Tababa by 'TKO' at 1:08 of the opening round. After the fight, with a microphone in his hands, Hidetaka promised to “dominate the 'Grachan' heavyweight division until he wins the category title”.

Check out the results of "Grachan 49" which include:

Grachan 49
07 August 2021
176box
Toyonaka, Osaka, Japan

Takahiro Kawanaka defeated Gota Yamashita by “KO / TKO” at 0:50 of the first round
Motonobu Tezuka defeated Takeya Takemoto via unanimous decision at 5:00 of the third round
Yutaka Ueda defeated Yota Hayashi via unanimous decision at 5:00 of the second round
Hidetaka Arato defeated Takahiro Tababa by “KO / TKO” at 1:08 of the first round
Yutaka Imamura vs. Takakazu Ikeda (result not provided by the organization)
Takumi Nakayama and Hatsu Hioki tied after the allotted time expired
Kento Takahashi vs. Yuki Ueda (result not provided by the organization)
Takumi Nakayama vs. Yasuaki Kishimoto ( Fight Canceled )

* Text from the collaborator Oriosvaldo Costa. | Written in 09 / 08 / 2021
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Caption : The 'poster' promoting the “Grachan 49” held at 176box, in Osaka, Japan.
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Caption : Takahiro Kawanaka defeated Gota Yamashita by “TKO” in just 50 seconds of the first round.
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Check out the results of “TFC Dream 7” held Saturday in South Korea

Without promoting a single show since May 19, 2019, the 'Top Fighting Championship' (or 'Top FC') finally returned to action.
The Korean promotion became known to Asian MMA aficionados by projecting names such as Chinese Weili Zhang, who became the organization's first women's straw weight champion.
Originally from Kung Fu, Zhang would still win the belt in the category (52 kg) also in the UFC.
After nearly 22 months and several cancellations due to the pandemic, the company resumed its activities on Saturday night (July 17, 2021) when it promoted “TFC Dream 7” in Uljin, South Korea.
The schedule was full of violent fights and interruptions, with only one confrontation reaching the end of regular time. There were 13 fights in total.

In the 'main event' (and therefore the 'main event') of the card, we saw Kickboxing expert Sung Hyuk Choi show his skills also in the solo fight by submitting Byung Seok Kim in a lightweight clash.
Choi, 26, landed four kicks to the inside of Kim's thigh, who didn't respond, preferring to work with his hands. Choi "bited the bait" and was knocked down by Kim with relative ease during a punch combination.

Both struggled for dominance of the ground positions, with little damage being done. The fight was defined when Choi landed a choke on his opponent's back. As a result, Choi raised his MMA record to 4-1, while Kim, who was submitted for the third time in a row, dropped to 2-3.

The 'co-main event' (or 'co-main event') was a battle between two rookies in the bantamweight division, with Seo Ho Cho imposing his dominance in the 'swapping' since the beginning of the first 'round'. He “connected” a knee and a left 'hook' to Dong Hoon Choi, who responded with a nice combination of right and left 'hooks' to the face. Over the course of the 'round', both athletes continued to invest in the 'exchange' of blows, but from then on, it was Choi who put more “pressure” and Cho had no answers for the speed and change of posture of his opponent. He was only able to kick his opponent's leg sparingly.

The situation would only change when Cho took the takedown and threw some punches at the 'Team Pohang MAD' athlete. However, in the second round, Choi invested with a left hook and complemented it with a “myriad” of blows on his fallen opponent, forcing the referee to stop the fight. Choi (1-0) managed to land an emphatic stoppage victory on his professional debut, while Cho (0-1) lost in his first MMA fight.

Among women, we would like to highlight the fight of Soo Yeon Kim (1-0) and Bo Ram Han (0-2). Soo Yeon Kim is a “Kickboxer” turned YouTube personality. She made use of her track record in competitions like 'Rise' and 'DEEP Kick' to land the most effective hits and achieve unanimous decision victory in her debut in mixed martial arts competitions.

Check out the results of "TFC Dream 7" which include:

TFC Dream 7
17 July 2021
Uljin Expo Park
Uljin, South Korea

Sung Hyuk Choi defeated Byung Seok Kim via submission (naked choke) at 2:40 of the first round
Dong Hoon Choi defeated Seo Ho Cho by “TKO” (strikes) at 3:19 of the second round
Chan Soo Lee defeated Kyung Min Cho by “TKO” (punches) at 3:16 of the first round
Chang Bin Park beat Kujanson by “TKO” (punches) at 3:52 of the third round
Soo Yeon Kim defeated Bo Ram Han via unanimous decision at 5:00 of the third round
Jun Hyun Park defeated Ji Won Park by “TKO” (punches) at 1:30 of the first round
Yi Sak Lee defeated Hyo Sung Eun by “TKO” (punches) at 1:40 of the first round
Geun Hee Kim defeated Jung Kyun Kim by “TKO” (punches) at 2:48 of the third round
Jun Ho Shin defeated Young Uk Woo by “TKO” (strikes) at 4:50 of the first round
And Jin Park beat Gi Seung Ham by submission ( choke ) at 0:48 of the second round
Sang Min Park defeated Hyung Joo Seo by “TKO” (strikes) at 1:10 of the second round
Seon Kyu Jung defeated Guk Hee Lee by “TKO” (strikes) at 3:14 of the first round
No-Gi Special Match: Hyun Soo Lee vs. Seon Ho Hong ended in a draw

* Text from the collaborator Oriosvaldo Costa. | Written in 07 / 08 / 2021
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Caption : Once again the highlight went to the 'Round Girls', responsible for “sprucing up” the intervals between fights.
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Caption : Top FC projected names like Weili Zhang, the organization's women's straw weight champion.
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Check out the trivia and competition calendar for the 32nd Olympic Games

The 'opening ceremony' of the 6nd Olympic Games of the Modern Era was held this Friday (July 23, 2021). Tokyo 32 has the participation of 2020 countries in all. North Korea will not be represented in this edition. Brazil is represented by 203 athletes. The USA leads, with 302 participants, followed by the host country, with 613, and Australia, with 591 athletes.

With 5 new sports and a total of more than 11.300 athletes competing in the 339 scheduled events, the competitions of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games were postponed for one year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Interestingly, 'Akira' - a 'manga' first published in 1982 - "predicted" that the Tokyo Olympics would be postponed. Among author Katsuhiro Otomo's “mistakes” are his calculations, since the “Neo-Tokyo 2020” Olympics in 'Akira' is referred to as the thirtieth edition of the games, with Japan actually hosting the thirty-second, as mentioned above.
However, what really matters is that a work written three decades ago managed to agree that the Japanese capital would host the next Olympics.

Meanwhile, on social media, “netizens” say they miss Pikachu, who has already been appointed as ambassador for the city of Osaka by Minister of International Relations Tarō Kōno.

It's also worth remembering that just a month after the end of the Rio 2016 Olympics, Japan had already announced Goku (Dragon Ball), Naruto Uzumaki (Naruto), Astro Boy (character created by the famous Ozuma Tetsuka), Sailor Moon (studio character CLAMP ), Shin Chan ( humorous character ) Luffy ( One Piece ), among other various characters from 'animes' and 'mangas' as cultural ambassadors of the Olympics in Tokyo.
More than that, 'animes' and 'mangas' are already ambassadors of 'pop' culture in Japan. Hence their felt absence.

On the other hand, it is even understandable why these and other characters, among prints and animations, have been left out of the 32nd Olympic Games.

The four-hour Tokyo 2020 opening ceremony took place without the traditional stadium crowd and there will be no on-site spectators at any of the sporting events, as Japan's capital is in a state of emergency until August 22, due to increased contamination by the coronavirus.
The decision was taken on July 8 and announced by the minister of the Olympics, Tamayo Marukawa, after discussions with authorities and organizers.

Calendar
Check out the general calendar of Olympic competitions below. Events are subject to change.

Opening Ceremony: July 23
Athletics: July 30th to August 8th
Badminton: July 24th to August 2nd
Basketball: July 25th to August 8th
Baseball/Softball: July 21st to August 7th
Boxing: July 24th to August 8th
Canoeing slalom: 25-30 July
Canoeing sprint: August 2-7
BMX Cycling: July 29th to August 1st
Road cycling: July 24th, 25th and 28th
Track Cycling: August 2-8
Climbing: 3-6 August
Fencing: July 24th to August 1st
Football: July 21st to August 7th
Artistic gymnastics: July 24th to August 3rd
Rhythmic gymnastics: August 6-8
Golf: Men's: July 29th to August 1st; female: august 4-7
Weightlifting: July 24th to August 4th
Handball: July 24th to August 8th
Horseback Riding: July 24th to August 7th
Hockey: July 24th to August 6th
Judo: July 24-31
Karate: August 5-7
Greco-Roman wrestling: 1-7 August
Water Marathon: August 4-5
Dive: July 25th to August 7th
Swimming: July 24th to August 1st
Synchronized swimming: August 2-7
Modern Pentathlon: August 5-7
Water polo: July 24th to August 8th
Rowing: July 23-30
Rugby: July 26-31
Skate: street: July 24-25; park: august 4-5
Surfing: July 25th to August 1st
Taekwondo: July 24-27
Tennis: July 24th to August 1st
Table Tennis: July 24th to August 6th
Archery: July 23-31
Sport shooting: July 24th to August 2nd
Acrobatic trampoline: July 30-31
Triathlon: single: 26-27; teams: july 31
Candle: 25th of July to 4th of August
Volleyball: July 24th to August 8th
Beach volleyball: July 24th to August 7th
Closing Ceremony: August 8th

* Text from the collaborator Oriosvaldo Costa. | Written in 23 / 07 / 2021
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Caption : Pikachu was missed, already appointed ambassador of the city of Osaka by Minister Tarō Kōno.
Pictured above : ( Courtesy | Credits : ( C ) AP Tarō Kōno | ( C ) Nintendo | ( C ) COI | Disclosure ).

Caption : Placa counts down to the start of the “Neo-Tokyo 2020” games in 'Akira'.
Photo below : ( Courtesy | Credits : ( C ) Kotaku | ( C ) COI | Disclosure ).

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Check out the results of “Road FC 058” held Saturday in South Korea

The South Korean event, 'Road FC', returned after 18 months last Saturday night, July 03, 2021, at the Changwon Gymnasium in Changwon, the ninth most populous city in South Korea.

As we previously announced, the highlight of the lineup was actually the 'co-main event' (and therefore the 'co-main event') of the 'card', in which Kim Jae-Hoon, 31, faced Geum Gwang-San, in a fight in the best 'Freak Show' style.

A curiosity about this 'bizarre' confrontation is that Kim Jae-Hoon was classified as an "ex-member" of the Yakuza (Japanese mafia) by the international specialized media, while his opponent, Geum Gwang-San, is an actor who decided to become a fighter and make his MMA debut at the age of 45.

The former entered the fight with a weight advantage of 45 kg, having used every gram to achieve victory and as a “former mobster” was forced to use a 'rash guard' to cover his Yakuza tattoos. It is worth remembering that in some countries in Asia it is forbidden to wear tattoos and the event was also broadcast to those places.

In the fight itself, both fighters attacked the legs from the start. Once that process was over, it was Kim who pushed forward and landed some punches. After a battle in the clinch, Geum was thrown over the grid (from the 'cage') and, already on the ground, was hit by a myriad of punches from the 'ground and pound'. As Geum didn't show any reaction, the referee stopped the fight to preserve the athlete's physical integrity. The “ex-member” of the Yakuza was declared the winner after knocking out his opponent at 2 minutes and 06 seconds of the first round.

Kim (1-4) fell to the ground in tears as he took his first professional victory on his fifth attempt, while Geum (0-1) lost on his MMA debut.

In the 'main event' (and therefore 'main event') of this “Road FC 058” we saw In Su Hwang become the new middleweight champion after knocking out Il Hak Oh at 34 seconds of the second round. With the title belt Hwang (6-1) got the sixth knockout of his career in his hometown. Oh (4-1), on the other hand, lost for the first time.

Another fight on the card that deserves to be highlighted was the one that marked the return of Hae Jin Park, eliminated almost two years ago in “Road FC 055” while fighting for the featherweight title. This time, the Jiu-Jitsu specialist took his opponent, Doo Seok Oh, to the ground and submitted him with a “leglock” with just 59 seconds into the fight. Park returned to winning ways and moved up to 8-1, while his opponent dropped to 3-6.

In the opening match of the main event, highly touted lightweight prospect Si Won Park (6-0) defeated Tae Sung Kim (4-1) via KO with just 1 minute and 16 seconds of the first round.

Check out the results of "Road FC 058" which include:

Road FC 058
03 July 2021
Changwon Gymnasium
Changwon, South Korea

In Su Hwang he beat Il Hak Oh by “TKO” (punches) at 0:34 of the second round
Kim Jae-Hoon defeated Geum Gwang-San by “TKO” (punches) at 2:06 of the first round
Won Jun Choi beat Dong Hwan Lim via submission ( choke ) at 3:01 of the first round
Hae Jin Park defeated Doo Seok Oh by submission ("leglock") at 0:59 of the first round
Si Won Park defeated Tae Sung Kim by KO at 1:16 of the first round
Ji Yong Yang defeated Jung Hyun Lee via unanimous decision after two rounds
Jin Park defeated Sung Soo Lee via unanimous decision after two rounds
Sergei Choi defeated Young Han Kim via unanimous decision after two rounds
Woo Jae Kim defeated Dong Soo Seo by “TKO” (punches) at 1:45 of the second round

* Text from the collaborator Oriosvaldo Costa. | Written in 07 / 07 / 2021
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Caption : “Former mobster” Kim Jae-Hoon finally won in professional MMA.
Pictured above : ( Credits | Courtesy : ( C ) Road FC | Disclosure ).

Caption : Kim Jae-Hoon used his weight advantage to knock out Geum Gwang-San.
Photo below : ( Credits | Courtesy : ( C ) Road FC | Disclosure ).

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Check out the results of Deep Jewels 33 held on Sunday in Japan

On the afternoon of Sunday, June 20, 2021, Deep Jewels 33 took place at the New Pier Hall in Minato, Tokyo, the capital of Japan. , via “Pay-Per-View”. Nobuyuki Sakakibara, the CEO of Rizin FF, was present, attending the fights.

Deep Jewels is currently the biggest female MMA show in the Asian continent and its 33rd event was marked by the dispute of the Grand Prix of the atom weight category, brilliantly won by Saori Oshima - a 26 year old young athlete - who passed through the south- Korean Si Woo Park and Japanese Hikaru Aono on the same card, thus becoming the new champion up to 47,6 kg of the promotion, in addition to winning the prize of 1 million yen.

In the opening round of the last fight on the card, Oshima hit left and right, and tried to take down Hikaru Aono, who also continually tried to take the fight to the ground. But it was forced to defend itself from several submission attempts during the process. Oshima still managed to “shave” and tried to use the guillotine to strangle his opponent.

At the beginning of the second period of the two-round fight, Aono managed to consolidate a takedown, but Oshima looked more 'slippery' on the ground, being able to “scrape” and try to use a Kimura to finish. She held first position until the bell signaled the end of this second round, leaving an easy decision for the judges.

The decision was 5-0 (20-17 × 2, 20-18 × 3 ), and Oshima - who won his second Deep Jewels title - improved to 6-2 while Aono dropped to 8-5.
At the press conference after the fight, the new champion promised to return to the cage and do her best to keep her titles. She also said that she would accept an invitation from Rizin FF to fight.

At the beginning of the Deep Jewels 33 lineup, we saw the semi-finalists who were defeated in this Grand Prix. Park (5-3) was submitted by Oshima, while Mizuki Oshiro (2-4) was submitted by Aono.

Seika Izawa (3-0) submitted Miki Motono (5-3) in the first round to become Deep Jewels' new strawweight champion.

Check out the results of “Deep Jewels 33” which include:

Deep Jewels 33
20 June 2021
New pier hall
Minato, Tokyo, Japan

Saori Oshima defeated Hikaru Aono by unanimous decision ( won the Grand Prix atom weight )
Seika Izawa beat Miki Motono by submission ("arm-bar") at 3:32 of the first round (won the strawweight title)
Yukari Nabe defeated Mika Arai by unanimous decision
Namiko Kawabata defeated Shoko Fujita by unanimous decision
Eru Takebayashi defeated Otoha Nagao by unanimous decision
Yuko beat Sayaka Hishinuma by “TKO” (punches) at 1:31 of the second round
Hikaru Aono defeated Mizuki Oshiro by submission ("arm-bar") at 1:39 of the first round
Saori Oshima defeated Si Woo Park by submission ("arm-bar") at 2:28 of the first round

* Text from the collaborator Oriosvaldo Costa. | Written in 21 / 06 / 2021
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Caption : Saori Oshima won the “Atom Weight Grand Prix” by Deep Jewels.
Pictured above : ( Credits | Courtesy : ( C ) Deep Jewels | ( C ) Deep Impact | ( C ) Gong Martial Arts | Disclosure ).

Caption : The new champion, Saori Oshima, with her husband, Yuma Oshima, and their twin daughters.
Photo below : ( Credits | Courtesy : ( C ) Deep Jewels | ( C ) Deep Impact | ( C ) Gong Martial Arts | Disclosure ).

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