Shooto August Rankings

Saturday, 2 August 2008

Bantamweight:
Champ: → Shinichi “BJ” Kojima (From October 14 2006, Defended 2 times)
1. ↑ Yasuhiro Urushitani
2. ↑ Yuki Shoujou
3. ↓ Mamoru Yamaguchi
4. → Masatoshi Abe
5. → Ryuichi Miki
6. → Junji Ikoma
7. → Shimokawa Yusei
8. → Yasuhiro Akagi
9. → Homare Kuboyama
10. → Jin Akimoto

BJ retains his title after submitting Mamoru Yamaguchi on July 18. Mamoru moves down to #3.

Featherweight:
Champ: → Masakatsu Ueda (From March 28 2008, Defended 0 Times)
1. → Marcos “Louro” Galvao
2. → Eduardo Dantas
3. → Daniel Lima
4. → Koetsu Okazaki
5. → So Tazawa
6. → Atsushi Yamamoto
7. → Kenji Osawa
8. ↑ Hiromasa Ogikubo
9. ↓ Tetsu Suzuki
10. ↓ Takeya Mizugaki

In to the ranking after this win at Shooto Tradition 2, at #8: Hiromasa Ogikubo
Out of the ranking: Ryota Matsune

Lightweight:
Champ: → Hideki Kadowaki (From March 28 2008, Defended 0 times)
1. → Akitoshi Tamura
2. → Antonio Carvalho
3. → Savant Young
4. →“Lion” Takeshi Inoue
5. → Hatsu Hioki
6. → Rumina Sato
7. → Bao Quach
8. → Katsuya Toida
9. → David Lejenas
10. ↑ “Wicky” Akiyo Nishiura

After beating Matteus Lahdesmaki at Shooto Tradition 2, “Wicky” Akiyo comes in to the ranking at #10 at the expense of Hiroyuki Takaya.

Welterweight:
Champ: → Takashi Nakakura (from May 3 2008 Defended 0 times)
1. → Yusuke Endo
2. → Ganjo Tensuku
3. → Bendy Casimir
4. ↑ Grzegorz Trendowski
5. ↓ Jani Lax
6. ↓ Brian Cobb
7. ↓ Mizuto Hirota
8. ↓ Willian Chiqueirinho
9. ↓ Eiji Mitsuoka
10. ↓ Giovani Diniz

Grzegorz Trendowski (I am not 100% sure on the spelling) has moved from Middleweight to Welterweight and comes in at #4, out of the ranking goes Tatsuya Kawajiri.

Middleweight:
Champ: → Shinya Aoki (From February 17 2006, defended 1 times)
1. → David Baron
2. → Scott Henze
3. → Wim Deputter
4. ↑ Niek Tromp
5. ↑ Zelim Felican
6. ↑ Roemer Trumpert
7. ↑ Hernani Perpetuo
8. ↑ Tommy Depret
9. ↓ Ronald Jhun
10. ↓ Brent Weedman

Trendowski moves to welterweight, Niek Tromp moves up to #4. In to the ranking comes Hernani Perpetuo with a 5-0 record and Tommy Depret with a 3-0 record. Out of the ranking goes “K-Taro”.

Light-Heavyweight:
Champ: → Siyar Bahadourzada (From July 15 2007, defended 0 times)
1. → Leandro Silva
2. → Akihiro Murayama
3. → Shiko Yamashita
4. → Grazhuydas Smailis
5. → Masashi Yozen
6. → Nathan Schouteren
7. → Petras Morkevicius
8. → Rolandas Agrba
9. → Edward O’Daniel
10. → Dustin Denes

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