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122lb WCK Tournament

Li Ning Ning vs KUNITAKA
×
Judge 3-0(38-37 / 38-37 / 38-37)

The day of the fight round 2:00 am in the morning, Li Ning was still over weighted and went to shave off his hair. He made the weight around 3:00am, was even 2 lb. under weight to 120lb.

As soon as fight started, Li came strongly with punches. Li was knocked down by Kunitaka’s high kick after 50 seconds. Li came back strongly with front kicks and punches, then Kunitaka fight back with punches and low kicks. On the 2nd and 3rd rounds, KUNITAKA puts the pressure on Li but Li kept throwing punches as he is moving back. KUNITAKA tries to come in and use body punches, but Li does not let Kunitaka in by using front kicks and grabbing Kunitaka’s neck then to knee kicks. The judge was draw then to extra round. Both kept going on with punches, but Li was more aggressive towards to the end. Li succeeded his revenge which he lost last September in Japan after getting Kunitaka to be knock down once.

Li Ning Ning vs KUNITAKA Li Ning Ning vs KUNITAKA Li Ning Ning vs KUNITAKA Li Ning Ning vs KUNITAKA Li Ning Ning vs KUNITAKA

Rommie Azanda (USA) made to the final vs. Paulo Da Silva(England) by decision of 3-0.

Li won the final by decision 3-0 (50-45,50-46,50-46) and became the Champion of 122lb tournament by controlling the fight all the way by punches and not letting Rommie to get closer to him.

Li Ning Ning

At the same event, the WBC Muaythai World Super Crouser Weight Championship was fought between Steve McKinnen (Australia) and challenger Stephane Susperregui (France), which Steve defended his title.

WBC Muaythai International Super Heavy Weight Championship was fought between Steve Banks (USA) and Eduardo Maiorino(Brazil), which Steve got his title.


Thai Fight” 67Kg Tournament Finals

Soichiro Miyakoshi, WBC Muaythai Rules Japan Welter Weight Champion became 3rd place among 16 fighters.
Champion was Fabio Pinca, WBC Muaythai World Super Light Weight Champion!!!

The final of Thai Fight, which started in August by 16 fighters from 16 nations was held on December 6th from 18:00pm at Nacon Rachashima Stadium where is about 250 km away from Bangkok.

FINAL
Fabio Pinca
(France)
vs Youssef Boughanem
(Belgeim)
×
Won by decision

Youssef was already damaged by Miyakoshi then Fabio kept throwing low kick to where was damaged. It was one sided game by Fabio all 3 rounds.

Fabio Pinca

3rd place fight
Soichiro Miyakoshi
(Japan)
vs Petchmonkong Petchfocus
(Thailand)
×
1R 0'24" KO

From the start, Miyakoshi went very aggressively with punches. Petchmonkong was also damaged by previous fight with Fabio, made Petchmongkong to go back by rope then referee stopped the fight after 24 seconds. Miyakoshi won by KO in 24 seconds.

Soichiro Miyakoshi vs Petchmonkong Petchfocus
Soichiro Miyakoshi vs Petchmonkong Petchfocus
Soichiro Miyakoshi
Semi final: second fight
× Soichiro Miyakoshi
(Japan)
vs Youssef Boughanem
(Belgiem)
Won by decision

1R, Miyakoshi looked as he was nervous, could not start to perform from the start. Youssef came strongly with front kick, jabs to middle kicks.
2R, Miyakoshi started strongly with punches but Youssef grabs Miyakoshi’s neck the throw elbows. 3R, Miyakoshi went on strong with combination of punches and low kicks.

Soichiro Miyakoshi vs Youssef Boughanem

Semi final: first fight
× Petchmonkong Petchfocus
(Thailand)
vs Fabio Pinca
(France)
Won by decision

Petchmonkong was controlling the game and had his pace until 2nd round, then Fabio came back strongly on 3rd round when Fabio knocked Petchmonkong down by punch. Fabio won the game.

Petchmonkong Petchfocus vs Fabio Pinca

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New Japan Kickboxing Federation 「HEAT WIND 10」
2010/11/07日(SUN)KORAKUEN HALL, Tokyo

WBC Muaythai Japan Feather Weight Championship
3min. 5R
DENSAIAM・LOOKPRAPARTS
(Thai /Saenchai Muaythai Gym /Former WMC&Lumpini Stadium Bantam Weight Champion)
vs HEIHACHI NAKAJIMA
(SEICHIKAI / NJKF Feather Weight Champion)
×
Decision 3-0 (48-47 / 49-46 / 49-46)

In the 1R Both started with kicks. During 2nd R Densaiam gets hit by Nakajima’s cross punch, which made Densaiam to be more aggressive with elbow strike. 3rd R, Densaiam then grabs Nakajima’s neck, which Nakajima throws upper cut and right hook but get hit by knee. Nakajima’s left hook caught Densaiam. Densaiam then grabs Nakajima for knee strikes. Nakajima kept throwing punches when Densaiam kept trying to grab Nakajima and middle kicks.

Densaiam won by sprit decision.

HEIHACHI NAKAJIMA vs DENSAIAM・LOOKPRAPARTS

Photos by : Keizo Takasaki of SOLITARIO


WBC Muaythai Female Feather Weight Super Fight
AZUMA
(y-park/NJKF BONITA BOXEO Feather Weight Champion)
vs Melissa・Norton
(Australia /WBC Muaythai・Australian Feather Weight Champion)
×
Decision 3-0 (50-45、49-47、50-46)

First ever female fight under WBC Muaythai Rules with elbow allowed was fought between AZUMA, the NJKF Japanese Feather Weight Female Champion vs. Melissa Norton, WBC Muaythai Female Australian Feather Weight Champion.

At first, AZUMA takes the lead of “Elbow Princes” Melissa Norton by unusual spin kicks and fast punches. But, from 3rd R, both got very aggressive by punches and elbow strikes. It was last 10 sec. left on 5th R, AZUMA’ s back spin kick caught Melissa and got her down on the ground. When Melissa stood up, the fight was about to be over with.

The first ever WBC Muaythai female fight ended with Azuma’s victory.

AZUMA vs Melissa・Norton
AZUMA vs Melissa・Norton

Photos by : Keizo Takasaki of SOLITARIO


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The Path to the World Champion -The road to WBC Muaythai Champion 09,26,2010- @ Koraken Hall,Tokyo Japan

Fight #9
Main Event: WBC Muaythai International Challenging Match
Super Bantam Weight (3min 5R)
× Li Ning Ning
(CHINA / WBC Muaythai Chinese Super Bantam Weight Champion of 2009)
vs KUNITAKA
(KOBUSHINOKAI / WBC Muaythai Super Bantam Weight International Champion)
4R 1'19" TKO Left body hook

The first ever event to be co-promoted by WBC Muaythai executive took place in Tokyo, Japan on September 26th 2010 for 7 weight divisions of Japanese Championship under WBC Muaythai Rules and regulations which had the top of Japanese fighters , the champions from various federations and promotions in Japan. For the main event was the first ever Champion of WBC Muaythai International Super Bantam weight Champion, KUNITAKA fighting with Chinese national Champion of WBC Muaythai. The tickets were sold out a while before the fight day and it sure was full house at Korakuen Hall where is known to be the place for martial arts.

1R KUNITAKA started off by low kicks. Li then throws kicks as well as punches, then both kept going with low kicks and punches.

2R KUNITAKA tries to capture LI by left punch to kicks to the elbow attack, but LI threw the elbow back which captured KUNITAKA. LI kept throwing the punches while KUNITAKA kept going after LI by throwing punches.

3R KUNITAKA kept on going forward to get LI, but KUNITAKA went down on the floor when LI threw counter left hook. LI kept going on with fast punches and elbow. As KUNITAKA was throwing the elbow, the accidental head but made cut on LI’s head which lead to the doctor’s check. LI continue with punches. Then KUNITAK’s right cross hit LI then KUNITAKA kept going on with both elbows and punches then all of the sudden KUNITAKA started to take an advantage of the fight.

4R From the begging, KUNITAKA kept going after LI with left body hook which lead LI to go back to his corner, then KUNITAKA kept on going on with left body hooks. It was about 3rd body hook that captured LI on his corner, LI went down on the ground. Then the LI’s corner threw the towel to stop the fight. KUNITAKA KO’d LI with left body hook after he was down for once.

KUNITAKA vs Li Ning Ning
KUNITAKA vs Li Ning Ning
KUNITAKA vs Li Ning Ning
KUNITAKA vs Li Ning Ning
KUNITAKA vs Li Ning Ning
KUNITAKA vs Li Ning Ning
KUNITAKA vs Li Ning Ning
KUNITAKA vs Li Ning Ning

Photos by : Yuichiro Suzuki


Fight #8
WBC Muaythai Japan Light Weight Championship
× Masahiro Yamamoto
(Fujiwara Gym / IKUSA GP&Kick Return Tournament&Krush Light Weight Tournament Champion / 22nd Feather Weight Champion of All Japan)
vs RASHATA
(King Gym / Former WBC Muaythai Super Feather Weight Champion)
Decision 3-0 (48-47/48-47/48-47)
※ RASHATA becomes the new Champion after going up on the weight.

This was one of the most exciting match-make as new young rising star RASHATA faces the famous all time Champion, Masahiro Yamamoto.

1R MASAHIRO, the speed master started by fast jabs by fast movement and left in low as his style. RASHATA then threw high to middle kicks. RAHASTA often stopped MASAHIRO to come forward by keeping MASAHIRO’S knee by his toe. RASHATA seemed very calm and fighting back by stopping MASAHIRO’s movement.

2R MASAHIRO threw more jabs but RASHATA stops MASAHIRO by strong middle kick to left hook. MASAHIRO then changed to kicking in-low kicks.

3R RASHATA maintain with middle kicks but MASAHIRO’S in-low started to capture RASHATA. Then RASHATA fights back with punches to elbows.

4R MASAHIRO keeps kicking low kicks then RASHATA fights bask with low kicks as well. It seemed that MASAHIRO’s low kicks started to bother RASHATA, but RASHATA fights back with left hook to flying knee to right middle kick.

5R MASAHIRO gets even faster with left middle kicks to punches but RASHATA throws front kick to make MASAHIRO stay away. MASAHIRO’s front kick captured RASHATA then RASHATA all of the sudden out his guard low, It seemed that at the end MASAHIRO was taking the lead but it was too late.

RASHATA won by unanimous decision to be a new Champion

RASHATA vs Masahiro Yamamoto
RASHATA vs Masahiro Yamamoto
RASHATA vs Masahiro Yamamoto
RASHATA vs Masahiro Yamamoto
RASHATA vs Masahiro Yamamoto
RASHATA vs Masahiro Yamamoto
RASHATA vs Masahiro Yamamoto

Photos by : Yuichiro Suzuki


Fight #7
WBC Muaythai Japan Bantam Weight Championship
× Noboru Yamamoto
(KANMEI GYM/Former MA Champion)
vs Arashi Fujihara
(Bangeling Bay Spirit/Former All Japan Champion)
4R 1'17" TKO (Referee Stop)
※ Arashi Fujihara become the new Champion

1R From the beginning, ARASHI started with left middle kick, then NOBORU threw right kick, but ARASHI who is southpaw, kept making a hit on NOBORU by left middle kicks.

2R ARASHI then threw many punches ARASHI’s left cross captured NOBORU which got NOBURU to go down on the ground. ARASHI’s elbow cut NOBORU then got down on the ground which lead to the doctor check.

3R NOBORU’s right upper arms was swollen red by ARASHI’s kick. NOBORU tries to go forward by throwing punches, but was captured by ARASHI’s left middle kick and right low kick, down on the ground again.. Left kicks to punches to elbow to knee, ARASHI’s attacks never stopped on NOBORU which made NOBORU to bleed more.

4R NOBORU’s was helpless by being attacked by ARASHI that he was not able to fight back any more, which made the referee to stop the fight.

Arashi Fujihara vs Noboru Yamamoto
Arashi Fujihara vs Noboru Yamamoto
Arashi Fujihara vs Noboru Yamamoto
Arashi Fujihara vs Noboru Yamamoto
Arashi Fujihara vs Noboru Yamamoto

Photos by : Yuichiro Suzuki


Fight #6
WBC Muaythai Japan Super Light Weight Title Match
Seiji Takahashi
(Kaneko Gym / Challenger NJKF Welter Weight #1)
vs Yuki Yamamoto
(Shidokan Hashimoto Dojo / Present WBC Muaythai S.Light weight Champion / WMAF Champion)
×
4R 0'54" KO (Back Spin Kick)
※Takahashi became the new Champion

1R As usual, SEIJI started the fight by Tae Kwon Do style to show various kicks followed by punches. When YUKI catches TAKAHASHI's leg, the cut was made accidentally on TAKAHASHI’s above left eye by head bud,

2R It made YUKI to struggle with different kinds of kicks that TAKAHASHI threw, such as side kicks and dropping heal kicks. TAKAHASHI kept the distance from YUKI by those kicks.

3R TAKAHASHI switched to southpaw and maintain to throw those various kicks, when YUKI tried to get him by low kicks and jabs.

4R It happened, right after TAKAHASHi threw the right high kick, YUKI was hit by own elbow which was hit by back spin kick.

Seiji Takahashi vs Yuki Yamamoto
Seiji Takahashi vs Yuki Yamamoto
Seiji Takahashi vs Yuki Yamamoto
Seiji Takahashi vs Yuki Yamamoto
Seiji Takahashi vs Yuki Yamamoto

Photos by : Yuichiro Suzuki


Fight #5
WBC Muaythai Japan Super Welter Weight Championship
× KAZUYA TAKEDA
(JMCYOKOHAMA GYM/MAMiddle Weight #1)
vs YUTARO YAMAUCHI
(team pitbull/Former All Japan Champion)
Decision 2-1 (47-48/48-47/48-47)
※YAMAUCHI became the new Champion

1R By kicking low kicks, TAKEDA kept going forward by putting the pressure to YAMAUCHI but YAMAUCHI by moving in circles, lands punches to TAKADA.

2R YAMAUCHI kept throwing punches and low kicks then TAKEDA lands left body and left middle kick.They both using punches to elbow.

3R TAKADA tried t get YAMAUCHI by punches, but YAMAUCHI fight back with combinations of punches to elbow which keeps TAKEDA to come closer.

4R The punches continues by YAMAUCHI but YAMAUCHI’s left eyelid was cut by TAKEDA’s elbow. After the doctor's check, YAMAUCHI continued with punches.

5R Until the beginning of 5th round, TAKEDA kept going forward and landed some punches, then YAMAUCHI’s left upper cut got TAKEDA. TAKEDA then seemed to gotten a little tired.

Although it was a sprit decision, it seemed that YAMAUCHI won by more experience which made more accurate hit.

KAZUYA TAKEDA vs YUTARO YAMAUCHI
KAZUYA TAKEDA vs YUTARO YAMAUCHI
KAZUYA TAKEDA vs YUTARO YAMAUCHI
KAZUYA TAKEDA vs YUTARO YAMAUCHI
KAZUYA TAKEDA vs YUTARO YAMAUCHI

Photos by : Yuichiro Suzuki


Fight #4
WBC Muaythai Japan Super Feather Weight Championship)
Yoshinori Nakasuka
(OGUNI GYM/NJKF#1)
vs TURBO
(FUTURE_TRIBE ver.OJ/ Former WMAFChampion)
×
Decision 1-2 (46-48/48-47/46-49)
※Nakasuka became the new Champion

1R Started out with very exciting rush of punches to low kicks to knees by both TURBO and NAKASUKA that made both to wobbled.

2R Another round of action middle kicks to knees to punches on both sides.

3R Both TURBO and NAKASUKA kept throwing punches to low kicks which seemed hard to decide who took this round.

4R Started out by kicks then NAKASUKA captured TURBO by right cross and pushed TURBO by the corner and kept throwing punches to knee.

5R Both, again threw combination of punches to middle kicks to low kicks. Very exciting fight all the rounds.

NAKASUKA became Champion by sprit decision.

Yoshinori Nakasuka vs TURBO
Yoshinori Nakasuka vs TURBO
Yoshinori Nakasuka vs TURBO
Yoshinori Nakasuka vs TURBO
Yoshinori Nakasuka vs TURBO

Photos by : Yuichiro Suzuki


Fight #3
WBC Muaythai Japan Super Bantam Weight Championship
× Eggarato
(Thailand /Tachikawa KBA gym)
vs Genji Umeno
(PHOENIX/WPMFJapanese Champion)
Decision 3-0 (49-46/49-47/48-47)
※Umeno Became the new Champion

1R、UMENO Started very aggressively by middle kick to low kick to elbow then grabbed EGGARATO’s neck to knee.

2R EGGARATO started to fight back with punches such as upper cut and left hook to cross. UMENO then throws elbow to knee. UMENO, after EGGARATO’s upper cut got him, started to keep distance by left middle kicks.

3R UMENO kept kicking low and middle kicks then EGGARATO follows by punches when UMENO was using elbow to get him as he comes in.

4R UMENO’s right elbow cut EGGARATO’s left eyebrow, then EGGARATO fight back with both hooks and upper cut. UMENO keeps distance by front kicks and when EGGARATO throws the punch, UMENO throws the elbow using hight difference.

5R Still EGGARATO coming forward by punches when UMENO fights back by left middle kicks and elbow to knee.

UMENO became the Champion by unanimous decision.

Eggarato vs Genji Umeno
Eggarato vs Genji Umeno
Eggarato vs Genji Umeno
Eggarato vs Genji Umeno
Eggarato vs Genji Umeno

Photos by : Yuichiro Suzuki


Fight #2
WBC Muaythai Japan Fly Weight Title Match
× Ryuji Kato
(Shidokan Hashimoto Dojyo / Challenger ・MA Japan Champion)
vs Naoki Otsuki
(OGUNI GYM/WBC Muaythai Present Champion)
Decision 2-0 (48-48/48-47/48-47)
※Otsuki defended the belt

1R、The southpaw KATO started off with high kick then NAOKI threw middle kicks. KATO kept throwing various kicks as he was to prove how he is capable of many different kinds of kicks.

2R KATO started by left high kick to back kick then to punches. NAOKI fight back by elbow and middle kick.

3R NAOKI seems to learned the timing of KATO’s kick. NAOKI’s pouch and elbow started to get KATO.

4R From low kick, NAOKI throws both right and left hooks then to grabbing, KATO seems to be captured by neck grabbing.

5R NAOKI keeps going forward by punches then to grabbing which made KATO to loose his stamina then the fight ended.

Ryuji Kato vs Naoki Otsuki
Ryuji Kato vs Naoki Otsuki
Ryuji Kato vs Naoki Otsuki
Ryuji Kato vs Naoki Otsuki
Ryuji Kato vs Naoki Otsuki

Photos by : Yuichiro Suzuki


Fight #1
WBCMuaythai Welter Weight Challenger match
× Ikki
(Master’s Pit/WMAF&MA Champion)
vs Yuya Yamato
(Yamato Gym /NJKF Champion)
1R 2'05" TKO (Right High Kick)

Both started by low kicks, then IKKI threw the elbow followed by punches. IKKI kept throwing the punches to low kick. Then at 2’05” when IKKI threw the low kick, YUYA’s high kick got IKKI down on the floor. As YUYA said in the interview before the fight, he ended the fight with perfect KO.

The 19 years old, YUYA is to challenge MIYAKOSHI who now is competing in “Thai Fight” in Bangkok, for the WBC Muaythai Welter Weight title match in January.

Ikki vs Yuya Yamato
Ikki vs Yuya Yamato
Ikki vs Yuya Yamato

Photos by : Yuichiro Suzuki


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Stand Up Promotion / Muaythai Association of America
「World Champion Muaythai Extravaganza」

  vs Magnum Sakai  ×
KO 3R 1' 22'' (Elbow)
Magnum Sakai Magnum Sakai Magnum Sakai

This event was to celebrate the day of Muaythai in Thailand.
The first event of double main events was WBC Muaythai Light weight Championship which Magnum Sakai has fought.


1R
Both taking it easy with each others.


2R
At the beginning, Magnum swiped Kaoklai’s front kick and threw right cross to left hook then Kaoklai threw counter hit by left hook which made Magnum to go down on the floor. The Kaoklai kept throwing elbow to Magnum, when Magnum threw left jab to right elbow. But, Kaoklai made counter hit by left elbow to Magnum’s right elbow which made Magnum to go down for the second time also made a cut on his forehead.


3R
The cut was rather deep on Magnum, which made him to try to end the fight by going very aggressively to Kaoklai by punches and elbows. Left hook to right cross got Kaoklai’s face followed by elbows. Kaoklai then made counter hit by vertical elbow to Magnum’s left hook which made the end of this fight.


Saenchai Saenchai Saenchai Saenchai

1R
Yamato started out with low kick when Saenchai kicks front kick but both were not strong enough. They both seemed to studied one other at the beginning. Then Saenchai started to do his kick “The Saenchai kick” then Yamato kicks Saenchai’s arm just closely by his face. Saencai’s looked upset and he tried again when Yamato caught Saenchai’s leg this time. When Saenchai came forward from by the rope, Yamato tried to come in with left hook, t hen Saenchai made counter with high kick which KO Yamato to be on the ground.


The crowds were giving big rounds of appraises to those Japanese fighters brave enough to fight against those top of the top level Thai fighters.


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Match試合

MAGNUM SAKAI Challenges Kaoklai Kaennorasingh of Thailand for WBC Muaythai Light Heavy Weight World Championship!!!

On March 14th,2010 at El Monte Expo Center in El Monte, California Magnum Sakai (WBC Light Heavy Weight #16) will fight with Kaoklai Kaennorasingh (WBC Light Heavy Weight #6 / Thai) for WBC Muaythai Light Heavy Weight World Championship.


On the same event, up coming youngster, Tetusya Yamato(WBC Light Weight #14) will fight with the legendary Thai fighter, Saenchai S. Kingstar (WBC Super Feather Weight #5 / Thai ) for Light weight MTAA(Muay Thai Association of America) World Title.


【Event Information】

  • Date : March14th, 2010
  • Place : El Monte Expo Center, El Monte, California
  • Event : 「World Champion Muaythai Extravaganza」
  • Promoter : Stand Up Promotion

MTAA_FINAL_POSTER

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First WBC Muaythai Japanese Champion was born!!!

The first WBC MUAYTHAI International Title was acquired by KINITAKA for super bataman weight at the King's birthday event staged by promoter Dennis Warner at Buffalo Bill's Hotel and Casino in Primm, NV, on 5 December against  from former Champion Rommie Adzanda of USA on the 4th round by TKO.


On the 1st round KINITAKA got down by ROMMIE’s strong cross counter punch but aggressively getting back to him which made a major cut on ROMMIE’s eye that made the fight to end on the 4th round


Article by Las Vegas Sports Magazine web site is as follows:
http://lvsportsmagazine.com/content/view/1303/513/


First WBC Muaythai Japanese ChampionFirst WBC Muaythai Japanese ChampionFirst WBC Muaythai Japanese ChampionFirst WBC Muaythai Japanese ChampionFirst WBC Muaythai Japanese ChampionFirst WBC Muaythai Japanese Champion

In the fight of the night, Kunitaka "Monkey Ninja" Fujiwara took on WBC International Super Bantamweight Champion Romie Adanza in the fight of the night where Fujiawara was knocked down in the first round, but, using vicious elbows in the clinch and working tirelessly to attack, Fujiwara won the fight after the doctor had to stop it in the 5th round when Adanza's left eye was split WIDE open, a massive welt plastered his left forehead, and a huge cut gaped on the top of his head. Adanza was upset about the stoppage and with good reason. He was probably ahead on the scorecard and was to still able to go on. However, the call was probably the right one to make as Adanza was covered in blood and in horrible condition. Fujiwara now becomes the champ, and it seems likely that these two will get a rematch in the near future if it all works out.


WBC Mueythai’s Web site as follows:
http://www.wbcmuaythai.com/previous_news_select.php?id=146

First WBC Muaythai Japanese Champion
First WBC Muaythai Japanese Champion
First WBC Muaythai Japanese Champion

Japan has won its first WBC MUAYTHAI International Title when courageous warrior Kunitaka Fujiwara shot down USA's Romie Adaza in the super batamanweight championship at the King's birthday event staged by promoter Dennis Warner at Buffalo Bill's Hotel and Casino in Primm, NV, on 5 December.

Kunitaka won the title after being knocked down in the first round after Rommie used precision to deliver a sudden short, hard head punch.

The Japanese contender immediately got up and, abandoning any hesitancy, launched a sustained attack that had the Vegas crowd roaring. Kunitaka turned into a relentless 122-pound human wrecking ball. After rising from the canvass Kunitaka dominated the latter stages of the first round and went on command the contest with a barrage of Muaythai weapons that included hard elbow strikes from all directions lacerating and stamping several lumps on Romie's head.

Kunitaka used his elbows in almost every exchange after the knockdown, and the fight was stopped in the fourth round due to a vertical laceration over Romie's eye. To Romie's credit he never gave up despite the damage inflicted on him.

The Japanese contender showed an aggression that gives him a chance of becoming the first undisputed WBC MUAYTHAI world champion.


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12/04/2009 at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo

Japanese Champion Light Weight by
WBC Muaythai Rules and Regulations
Tetsuya Yamato vs Takehiro Kono ×
Tetsuya Yamato became Champion for Light Weight by 4R 2'33" TKO
Champion for Light Weight Champion for Light Weight Champion for Light Weight

Photo : Yuichiro Suzuki


1R:
It started rather quietly. Both kept looking at each other, then it was Tetsuya who started to throw low kicks and to the combinations of punches, which took the lead of the fight. Tetsuya puts the pressure to Takehiro by middle kicks.

2R:
Tetsuya started by strong right low kicks then Takehiro looses his balance as he tried to block the low kicks. After taking several low kicks, Takehiro started to keep the distance by front kick followed by right cross. Tetusya kept putting a pressure which lead Takehiro to go to the red corner, then Tetsuya throws strong left knee. After Takehiro get out of the corner, tried to throw left hook, but Tetsuya counter punched by right cross, which does not allow Takehiro to come near Tetsuya.

3R:
Takehiro keep kicking right and then left low kicks, but it was when Takehiro kicked left low kick, Tetsuya tries to counter Takehiro by right cross. Takehiro then throw right cross after left low kick, Tetsuya kicks right low. Takehiro comes forward as he was throwing right cross, Tetsuya caught Takehiro on the chin by left elbow. But, Takehiro held on and counter attacked by left hook followed by front kick, Tetsuya catches Takehiro’s left leg then throws left hook, which Takehiro weeves the face to avoid getting hit.

4R:
Takehiro started this round by going forward right and left low kicks, left middle kicks. Tetsuya kicks back the left middle then Takehiro kicks right low, followed by Tetsuya’s left high kick which Takehiro swayed and threw right cross. Then both grabbed each other, kicked knee. Tetsuya push Takehiro to the corner and it was after 2 min. of the round, Tetsuya’s left elbow landed on Takehiro’s nise. Referee stopped the fight after doctor had seem Takehiro’s nose.


Tetsuya Yamato became the first Japanese Light Weight Champion by WBC Mueythai Rules and Regulations



Japanese Champion Welter Weight by
WBC Muaythai Rules and Regulations
Soichiro Miyakoshi vs Atsushi Tamefusa ×
Soichiro Miyakoshi became Champion for Welter Weight by 4R 2'01" KO
Champion for Welter Weight Champion for Welter Weight Champion for Welter Weight

Photo : Yuichiro Suzuki


1R:
Tamefusa started by right low kicks followed by left cross to left low kick. Miyakoshi kicks left low kick. Although he is southpaw, Tamefusa kept kicking right low kicks. Miyakoshi then kicks high kick but Tamefusa kept strong guard. Tamefusa kicks left middle, then to right low.

2R:
Miyakoshi kicks aggressively by right low, left high then to left cross punch. Tamefusa throws counter punch of right hook when Miyakoshi throws right hook. Miyakoshi then punches right body which Tamesue counters by right hook.

3R:
Miyakoshi keeps left low kick to right cross punches, then Tamesua counters with left cross. Miyakoshi moves forward by throwing punches, Tamesue moves back. Miyakoshi keep punch combination from jam to cross. Tamefusa focused on defense. Miyakoshi then changes to low kick made Tamesue some damage on the thigh.

4R:
Miyakoshi started by low kick then Tamefusa get back by left middle kick followed by left cross which caught Miyakoshi’s face. Miyakoshi fights back by right cross, right low kick which puched Tamesue to the corner then right cross, left hook to follow. Tamesue keeps guard tight while Miyakoshi kept throwing punches. Miyakoshi’s left hook caught Tamesue to go down. Miyakoshi kept with punches as Tamefusa tried to get straight. Left hook got Tamesue to go down for the second time. When Tamesue stood up, Miyakoshi finished the fight by left hook again.


Soichiro Miyakoshi became the first Japanese Welter Weight Champion by WBC Mueythai Rules and Regulations


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10/18/2009 at Differ Ariake in Tokyo
2 Champions were born under WBC Muaythai Rules and Regulations!

Japanese Champion for Super Light Weight by
WBC Muaythai Rules and Regulations
Yuki Yamamoto vs Shing Saenchai Gym ×
Yuki Yamamoto became Champion for Super Light Weight by 1R 2'43" KO
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It started with both fighters throwing the punches very aggressively, which went on, then Yuki’s left hook got Shing to go down on the ring. Yuki kept putting the pressure which pushed Shing to go by the ring despite the fact that Yuki was also getting hit by Shing’s punches. Yuki’s right cross got Shing to go down for the second time. Yuki’s right cross got Shing for the 3rd time in less than minute left



Japanese Champion for Fly Weight by
WBC Muaythai Rules and Regulations
× Ryuji Ellie Gym vs Naoki Otsuki
Naoki Otsuki became Champion for Fly Weight by 3R 2'11" TKO
Japanese Champion for Fly Weight Japanese Champion for Fly Weight Japanese Champion for Fly Weight

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1R
Started with low kicks from both fighters, Otsuki throw middle kick from low kick then Ellie tried to keep Otsuki away by front kick.

2R
Otsuki started to grab Ellie’s neck, which got Ellie to loose his balance.

3R
Started with punches for this round, which got Ellie to be by the rope. Otsuki then throw left elbow cut Ellie, which ended the fight by TKO.



Japanese Championship Tournament Semi Final
Welter Weight
Yudai Kono vs Atsushi Kaito ×
5R 0-0(49-49, 48-48, 49-49), 6R 2-1(9-10, 10-9, 10-9)
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It started rather slowly until Kaito started to throw some kicks and punches. As fight goes on, Kaito slowed down by Kono’s low kicks. It was grew for 5R. Extension round was also very close with sprit decision but as must system, 2 judges were in favor to Kono.



Japanese Championship Tournament Semi Final
Light Weight
× Hiroshi Mizumachi vs Atsushi Tamefusa
2R 0' 54" KO
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1R: Started by both fighters watching for each other’s move. Both trying to land counter hit.
2R: As soon as the gong rang, Tamesue got Mizumachi down by high kick. Then threw punches to follow, which made Mizumachi to go down again. Tamesue’s right hook made Mizumachi to go down fir 3rd time.



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9/23/2009 at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, the first 4 Champions were born under WBC Muaythai Rules and Regulations!


WBC Muaythai Rules and Regulations Japanese Championship Tournament Semi Final
WBC Muaythai Rules and Regulations Japanese Championship Tournament Semi Final

WBC Muaythai Rules and Regulations Japanese Championship Tournament Final

Japanese Champion for Super Feather Weight by
WBC Muaythai Rules and Regulations
Ryu Akajyji vs Tomoaki Suehiro ×
Ryu Akajuji became Champion for
Super Feather Weight by 2R 2'07" KO
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1R: Suehiro try to lead the fight by front kick, throwing jabs, right low kick and right cross punch, but Akajuji blocks every move. In return Akajuji throws right middle and low kicks followed by left low kick, which makes hit onto Suehiro and not give a chance to Suehiro. Suehiro keeps throwing right cross and right hook. But, Akajuji’s kicks were making some damages to Suehiro.
2R: Suehiro keeps going forward with punches but finally 2'07" Akajuji’s left elbow KO Suehiro which Akajyuji became the Champion.


Japanese Champion for Feather Weight by
WBC Muaythai Rules and Regulations
Shin Senchai Gym vs Atom Yamada ×
Shin Senchai became Champion for
Feather Weight by decision (3-0)
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Atom started out with his style of switching to orthodox and southpaw. Shin keeps Muaythai style all the way. Shin keeps Atom away by front kick and right low kicks. Atom, on the other hand, throws body blow and right low kicks followed by elbow and knee. Shin is being very cool and grab atom’s neck for right elbow and left hook.
In the 3RD, Atom’s left hook caught Shin followed by elbow, which cut Shin’s chin. Shin keeps trying to grab Atom to have his stamina taking away. Towards to the end of fight, Shin keeps grabbing Atom and using knee kicks, which stopped Atom’s attack. Shin keeps throwing elbow, Atom tries to throw hook, knee and low kick but lack of power. Shin won by decision 3-0 which Shin became the Champion.


Japanese Champion for Super Bantam Weight by
WBC Muaythai Rules and Regulations
KUNITAKA vs Hiroki Maeda ×
KUNITAKA became the Champion for
Super Bantam Weight by 2R 2'38" TKO’
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1R: Both of them very aggressively threw punches and kicks. Maeda, who is southpaw, kicks left middle kicks and right high kicks, on the other hand, KUNITAKA threw right middle and right high kicks. Very aggressive speedy moves of both fighters excited the audience. By the end of 1R, KUNITAKA caught Maeda by right elbow and pushed Maeda by the rope, threw right elbow when the gong rang.
2R: Maeda started off with jab which KUNITAKA made right cross then to right middle kick and right high kicks. KUNITAKA made sway for Maeda’s left high kick, then KUNITAKA kicked right high kick which caught Maeda’s chin. Then Maeda kicks left middle then to left high but KINITAKA defended all. KUNITAKA’s right cross made Maeda to back off to by the rope, when Maeda tried to throw left hook, KUNITAKA threw left elbow which got Maeda to go on the ground. By count 9, his cut was too deep that referee stopped the fight, which made KUNITAKA the Champion.

Japanese Champion for Bantam Weight by
WBC Muaythai Rules and Regulations
TOMONORI vs Shin Shimannchu ×
TOMONORI became Champion for
Bantam Weight by 3R 2'16" KO
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1R: TOMONORI stared off by combination of punches and right low kicks. Shimanchu then try to grab TOMONORI’s neck to knee.
2R: Shimanchu keeps trying to grab TOMONORI’s neck but TOMONORI keeps distance and comes in threw the left body straight. Shimanchu tries right knee but it was not deep enough. TOMONORI maintain with combination of punches to right low kick, which made Shimanchu suffer.
3R: TOMONORI suffers from Shimanchu trying to grab TOMONORI’s neck and to knee kick, but made Shimanchu to loose stamina. When Shimanchu made out of balance, TOMONORI landed right knee on to Shimanchu’s chin followed by right low kick and front kick then move onto punches. Finally TOMONORI’s right cross-landed on Shimanchu when Shimanchu tried to throw right low kick, which made TOMONORI the Champion.


WBC Muaythai Rules and Regulations Japanese Championship Tournament Semi Final

Semi final for Japanese Champion on Light Weight by
WBC Muaythai Rules and Regulations
Tetsuya Yamato vs Kazuya Ohe ×
Tetsuya Yamato won by 2R 2'15" KO
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1R: Yamato started out with very calm and focused onto Ohe’s move. Ohe, on the other hand, threw right cross and left high from the beginning. Yamato throw right low then Ohe threw right high followed by knee but Yamato keeps blocking. Yamato slowly gives the pressure to Ohe and push him into the corner when Ohe tried to push Yamato away by front kick. Yamato caught Ohe by left body blow followed by left knee then gong rang.
2R: Yamato stated to give Ohe pressure then Ohe tried to push him away by right middle kick and right high kick but Yamato keeps blocking those kicks. Yamato then threw strong left blow, which made powerful sound in the arena. Yamato pushed Ohe into the corner keeps left body blow and right cross then Ohe threw left hook in return. Ohe threw right high which caught Yamato but not strong enough to get Yamato to go down on the ground. Yamato keeps coming forward then threw left body blow, right elbow that made Ohe to go down on the ground. Yamato kept throwing punches and elbows after Ohe stood up, finally KO by left body blow. Yamato goes to final on December 4th.


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“Kick Guts 2009-Ikki Kajiwara Festival”, the 2nd round of WBC Muaythei Rules and Regulations Japanese Championship Tournament took place at Korakuen-hall on August 2nd by Martial Arts Japan Kickboxing Federation.


WBC Muaythai Rules and Regulations Japanese Championship Tournament Semi Final
Korakuen-hall on August“Kick Guts 2009-Ikki Kajiwara Festival”

Fly Weight
Ellie Takashi
(Buyukai /
MA Fly weight #2)
vs Yusuke Nakanishi 
(kenshinkan /
NJKF Fly weight #1)
×
3R 2’54” TKO(Cut by Elbow)
Fly Weight Fly Weight

Photo : Yuichiro Suzuk

Ellie was controlling the fight and finally his elbow hit on the 3rd round which made TKO win.

Fly Weight
Naoki Ohtsuki 
(OGUNI Gym /
NJKF Fly weight #2)
vs Hien Nojima
(Kenmei Gym /
MA Fly weight Champion)
×
5R Judge 3 - 0
Fly Weight Fly Weight

Photo : Yuichiro Suzuk

At the last seconds of Last round, Ohtsuki got down by punch, which made Ohtsuki to win at the last minutes.


Bantam Weight
Shin Shimancyu
(Maki Ikinawa Gym /
MA Bantam weight #2)
vs TSUYOSHI
(Kenshinjyuku /
NJKF Bantam #1)
×
4R 2’41” KO(Knee)
Bantam Weight Bantam Weight

Photo : Yuichiro Suzuk

Shimancyu was using long reach but downed by Tsuyoshi’s high kick. On the 4th round, Shinamcyu was striking Tsuyoshi with knee and won by KO.


Feather Weight
Shin Senchai Gym
(Senchai Gym /
NJKF Feather weight #3)
vs Minowa Hunter
(HOSOKAWA /
MA Feather #3)
×
4R 1’07” KO(Right Knee kick)
Feather Weight Feather Weight

Photo : Yuichiro Suzuk

The fight was controlled by Shin with clinching and elbow, Knee kick. On the 4th round, Shin won by KO with Knee kick.

Super Feather Weight
Tomoaki Suehiro
(Daidojyuku Kichijyoji /
2007 Hokutoki light weight Champion)
vs Yoshinori Nakasuka
(Oguni Gym /
MA Super Feather weight #1)
×
5R Judge 2 - 1
Super Feather Weight Super Feather Weight

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The fight was really close all the way, finally Suehiro won by judge 2-1.

Light Weight
Yuki Yamamoto
(Hashimoto Dojyo /
MA Light weight #1)
vs HANAWA
(Blizzard Gym /
NJKF Light weight #1)
×
4R 1’07” TKO(Right Cross made referee to stop the fight)
Light Weight Light Weight

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Both kept throwing punches and Yuki got first down by Left hook, on the 2nd round Yuki got 2nd down and finally referee stopped the fight.


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WBC Muaythai Rules and Regulations Japanese Championship Tournament has started on July 26th at Korakuen Hall by New Japan Kick Boxing Federation’s “Road to Real King 9”.


開会宣言
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Schedule of the tournament as follows:

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WBC Muaythai Rules and Regulations Japanese Championship Tournament Semi Final
July 26th at Korakuen Hall“Road to Real King 9”

Super Light Weight
Shi Senchai
(Senchai Gym /
NJKF Super Light Weight 4th)
vs Wataru Kato
(Inter Kashiwa /
MA Super Light Weight 2nd)
×
1R 1’54” KO(Punches)
Super Light Weight
Super Light Weight

Photo : Yuichiro Suzuk

Shi Senchai started with many punches by hook and knee got 2 downs and finally Ko by punches.


Welter Weight
Soichiro Miyakoshi
(Kensuikai /
NJKF Welter Weight 1st)
vs Akira Sakamoto 
(Hashimoto Dojyo /
MA Welter Weight 2nd)
×
5R 1’46” KO(Right Cross)
Welter Weight
Welter Weight

Photo : Yuichiro Suzuk

By punches and low kicks, Miyakoshi gave damage to Sakamoto and finally KO by right cross.


Super Bantam Weight
Hiroki Maeda
(Inspired Motion /
NJKF Bantam Weight Champion)
vs Shyun Hotta
(Hanazawa Gym /
MA Feather Weight 3rd )
×
5R 2’28” KO(Left Cross)
Super Bantam Weight
Super Bantam Weight

Photo : Yuichiro Suzuk

Maeda gave the damage by kicks and final round KO by Left Cross followed from knee kick.


Super Bantam Weight
Kunitaka
(Kobushinokai /
NJKF Feather Weight Champion)
vs Yu Hiramoto 
(Hashimoto Doji /
MA Bantam Weight 3rd )
×
2R 0’50” TKO( Referee stop)
Super Bantam Weight
Super Bantam Weight

Photo : Yuichiro Suzuk

Kunitaka aggressively threw combinational punches and elbow cut Hirakoto which made TKO.


Bantam Weight
TOMONORI
(OGUNI Gym /
WMC Intercontinental Super Fly weight Champion )
vs Keiichita Matsumoto
(Sagamihara Gym /
MA Bantam Weight 4th )
×
5R judge 3 - 0
Bantam Weight
Bantam Weight

Photo : Yuichiro Suzuk

With long reach, Matsumoto did not let TOMONORI to come inside. Finally TOMONORI won by 3-0.

Feather Weight
Atom Yamada
(Buyukai /
MA Feather Weight 1st )
vs Takashi Yoneda 
(OGUNIGym /
WMC Intercontinental Super Bantam Weight Champion)
×
5R judge 2 - 1
Feather Weight
Feather Weight

Photo : Yuichiro Suzuk

By unproductive movement, Atom kept throwing body blow and low kicks. On 4th round, Atom got down by left hook, but on 5th round, Atom lost stamina and got down by knee. Finally Atom won by 2-1.

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