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WBC Muaythai International Fly Weight Interim Championship
3Min 5R
Ryuji Kato vs TOMONORI ×
2R 0’17” TKO
※ Kato became Interim Champion
Ryuji Kato

It was the WBC Muaythai International Fly Weight Interim Championship between 2 famous fighters who owns many titles, former WBC Muaythai Japan Bantam Weight Champion TOMONORI against Current WBC Muaythai Japan Fly Weight Champion(2times defended) Ryuji Kato.


1R, Both started off with middle to low kick. Kato’s left middle kick captured TOMONORI’s body which stopped TOMONORI’s move. Then Kato’s spinning kick got TOMONORI’s neck made TOMONORI to go down. After TOMONORI returned, Kato then got close and threw his left and right hooks which made TOMONORI to go down for the second time. Kato’s spinning kick got TOMONORI again but there was a gong.


2R, Kato’s spinning kick gat TOMONORI again and made KO at 0’17”.

Ryuji Kato vs TOMONORI Ryuji Kato vs TOMONORI Ryuji Kato vs TOMONORI
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Miyakoshi Brothers, first brothers to be the Champion!

WBC Muaythai Super Welter Weight Title Fight
Soichiro Miyakoshi
(WBC Muaythai Japan S-Welter weight Champion)
vs Hiroto
(WPMF Japan Super Welter Weight Champion)
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Decision 3-0 ※All 3 judges scored 48-47
※ Soichiro defended for the 2nd time.
Soichiro Miyakoshi Soichiro Miyakoshi

On the 3R, Hiroto’s left hook captured Soichiro which knocked down Soichiro. But, Soichiro came back strongly with left middle kicks and punches which made him defend his title.

Soichiro Miyakoshi vs Hiroto Soichiro Miyakoshi vs Hiroto Soichiro Miyakoshi vs Hiroto Soichiro Miyakoshi vs Hiroto Soichiro Miyakoshi vs Hiroto Soichiro Miyakoshi vs Hiroto
WBC Muaythai Light Weight Title Fight
Keijiro Miyakoshi
(Challenger)
vs Yosuke Mizuochi
(WBC Muaythai Japan Light Weight Champion)
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Decision 2-0 ※49-48、48-48、50-47
Keijiro Miyakoshi

It was a revenge match for Keijiro as Keijiro lost to Mizuoshi last year for the same title. From the beginning to the end, both beat each other with kicks, punches, knees and elbows. Kejiro’s step works was a slightly faster as Keijiro moves and threw punches which made to hit Mizuochi more.
Keijiro became the new Champion!

Keijiro Miyakoshi vs Yosuke Mizuochi Keijiro Miyakoshi vs Yosuke Mizuochi Keijiro Miyakoshi vs Yosuke Mizuochi Keijiro Miyakoshi vs Yosuke Mizuochi Keijiro Miyakoshi vs Yosuke Mizuochi
WBC Muaythai Super Welter Weight Title Fight
Ryuji Kato
(WBC Muaythai Japan Fly Weight Champion)
vs Hiroyuki Yamano
(Challenger)
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TKO 1R 1'28''
※ Ryuji defended for the 2nd time.
Ryuji Kato

From the start, Ryuji’s low and high kicks landed on Yamazaki, and then Ryuji’s left hook made Yamazaki to go down.

Ryuji Kato vs Hiroyuki Yamano Ryuji Kato vs Hiroyuki Yamano Ryuji Kato vs Hiroyuki Yamano
WBC Muaythai Super Bantam Weight Title Fight
Keisuke Miyamoto
(WBC Muaythai Japan Super Bantam Weight Champion)
vs Hiroya Haga
(Challenger)
Draw Decision 0-0 ※48-48、48-48、48-48
※ Keisuke defended for the first time.
Keisuke Miyamoto

Haga who is real Muaythai style fighter kept grabbing Keisuke’s neck and threw his knees. Keisuke fight back with some kicks but Haga kept grabbing Keisuke not to let him do any attacking. It seemed that Haga took the lead for few rounds then within 1 minute left on 5th round, Keisuke jumped in the air to throw spinning kick which landed Haga’s neck and made knock down. The fight ended with drew on all 3 judges.
Keisuke defended his title.

Keisuke Miyamoto vs Hiroya Haga Keisuke Miyamoto vs Hiroya Haga Keisuke Miyamoto vs Hiroya Haga Keisuke Miyamoto vs Hiroya Haga Keisuke Miyamoto vs Hiroya Haga Keisuke Miyamoto vs Hiroya Haga
WBC Muaythai Bantam Weight Title Fight
Takima Ito
(WBC Muaythai Japan Bantam Weight Champion)
vs Hiroki Maeda
(Challenger)
Draw Decision 1-1 ※49-48、47-49、49-49
※ Takuma defended for the first time.
Takima Ito

Maeda started off with beautiful left middle kicks using long reach which Takuma is not able to get close to do any damage to Maeda. On the 3rd round, Takuma’s elbow hit Maeda’s forehead and made cut. Maeda fought bleeding all through the fight using his left middle kicks. The decision was sprit which made Takuma to defend his title.

Takima Ito vs Hiroki Maeda Takima Ito vs Hiroki Maeda Takima Ito vs Hiroki Maeda Takima Ito vs Hiroki Maeda Takima Ito vs Hiroki Maeda Takima Ito vs Hiroki Maeda
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Tetsuya Yamato won at his first fight in Lad Vegas!

Tetsuya Yamato vs Kevin Ross ×
Decision 2-1
Tetsuya Yamato

The fight took place in Las Vegas, Navada at “LION FIGHT 11” promoted by Lions Promotion on 20th, September.
The current WBC Muaythai S-light weight International Champion Tetsuya Yamato fought with former WBC Muaythai S-light weight International Champion Kevin Ross.
Yamato won by 2-1 decision.


Fight report by Muaythai Authority .com
http://www.muaythaiauthority.com/2013/09/lion-fight-11-results-and-recap-yamato.html
The night’s co-main event between Kevin Ross and Tetsuya Yamato stole the show. Yamato came out looking sharp in the first round landing some big right hands that seemed to have Ross hurt. At the end of the first round he blitzed Ross and cornered him landing several elbows that seemed to have Ross in serious trouble. Some cuts on the nose of Ross were opened up as well as one behind his head, Ross turned things around in the second round and pushed the pace mixing up his punching and kicks well.

Ross started the third round strong but Yamato started to come on late in the round. In the fourth and fifth round Yamato went to work with more elbows opening up more cuts on Ross, this time over his eye. Ross was a bloody mess but continued to push forward showing nothing but heart. Yamato accurately countered and in the fifth round seemed to have Ross in some more trouble. It went to the judges and the damage Yamato caused with his elbows nullified the aggression that Ross fought with as two of the three judges awarded the fight to Yamato. This was an excellent fight as Yamato and Ross made sure the fans got their money’s worth.

Tetsuya Yamato vs Kevin Ross Tetsuya Yamato vs Kevin Ross Tetsuya Yamato vs Kevin Ross Tetsuya Yamato

Comment of Tetsuya after the fight:
I totally felt very away from the beginning of the fight as it is Kevin’s territory! But, I was able to make it through and win by decision.
I slashed, I believe in 5 places but the referee did not stop the fight as Kevin was bleeding a lot. Then I got frustrated which lead me to lose my focus a bit which I was not able to put better performance.

I will keep training and be the best fighter !

Photo by: Scott Hirano


「NJKF 2013 4th」
2013/07/15 at Korakuen Hall, Tokyo Japan

Noiri became the New Champion!
WBC Muaythai Japan Super Light Weight Championship
Masaaki Noiri vs Seiji Takahashi ×
3R 1'17" KO (Front Kick to the face)
Masaaki Noiri

1R、Takahashi started with his Taekwon-Do technique like high kick, side kick and bask spin kick followed by back hand blow. Noiri on the other hand held his both arms really high up to guard his face and put pressure on Takahashi,

2R、Noiri maintains to put pressure on Takahashi by moving forward with his arms tight up. Then he started to throw low kicks and some punches.

3R、Takahashi seeks for the moment when he could throw his kicks but Noiri kept throwing his punches which pushed Takahashi to the corner and Takahashi fell on the ring. After Takahashi stood up, Noiri then kick Takahashi with front kick right to his face which made KO.

Noiri became the New Chanpion of WBC Muaythai S.Light weight Japanese Champion.

Masaaki Noiri vs Seiji Takahashi Masaaki Noiri vs Seiji Takahashi Masaaki Noiri vs Seiji Takahashi Masaaki Noiri vs Seiji Takahashi

photo by Yuichiro Suzuki


WBC Muaythai World Title belt was very close to be on Yamato’s waist…

× Tetsuya Yamato
vs Sakeddao
4R TKO(Elbow Cut)

May 16th at 「M1 Reborn」held at SAN MANUEL Resort & Casino just outside of Los Angeles, WBC Muaythai International Champion Tetsuya Yamato challenged the World Champion Sakeddao for WBC Muaythai belt.

Based on the comments made by David Huey after the fight:

Tetsuya Yamato

The Wai-kru of Yamato was really good which capture spectator’s attention to include Samurai.

1R : Yamato seemed confident and had his own pace which made Sakkaddao not able to go forward as he does, Yamato landed his inside low kicks. Sakkaddao could not get his move with Yamato’s rhythm.

2R : Sakkadao started to through high kick and middle kicks.

3R : Yamato came inside as he threw body punches which captured Sakkadao a several times. When Sakkadao comes forward, Yamato’s front kicks and elbow also started to capture Sakkadao.

4R : As Yamato’s kicks and punches started to get Sakkadao, Yamato landed left and right body shots. When Yamato went for another one, at 1 min 37 sec. into the round, Sakkadao threw his elbow. The hit was right to Yamato’s by eyebrow. The cut was too deep to continue the fight. The referee called it TKO.

Mr.David stated that he has been watching Yamato’s fight since 5 years ago when he fought with Kansak and Yamato is stepping up the stairs which the World is just right there.

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Photo:SCOTT HIRANO


「NJKF 2013 1st」
2013/02/17 at Korakuen Hall, Tokyo Japan
OISHI defend her title for the first time!

WBC Muaythai Japan Female Feather Weight
Title Match 2min.
5R
Ayano Oishi
(WBC Muaythai Japan Female Feather Weight Champion /J-girls Champion)
vs Satoko Sasaki
(Challenger)
×
5R 0'39" TKO (Elbow Cut)
OISHI

Both started by taking a distance but in 2R Sasaki’s punches started to get Oishi. Oishi then get closer and put pressure to Sasaki. Punches and Grabbing Neck to Knee by both contenders. 4R, Oishi’s right elbow caught Sasaki lead to doctor’s check. 5R, Sasaki started to blood again then referee stopped as TKO win by Oishi.

OISHI vs. Sasaki OISHI vs. Sasaki OISHI vs. Sasaki OISHI

Photo by : solitario


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