2/1 Pancrase Changing Tour 1 - LIVE RESULTS

Sunday 1 February 2009

Pancrase is kicking off this year's Neo-Blood Tournament. Who will win this year? I know very few fighters in here, but have seen "Pitan" on a couple of occations, and he is good.

There will be a total of 32 fights today and I will be ring-side. The results will be up periodically throughout the day.

The main-card holds a couple of featherweight fights, look for 1 maybe both winners to make it into the Sengoku Featherweight GP.

Neo-Blood Tournament:
1. Fly: Daisuke Tsujita Def. Yoshihiro Matsunaga by Decision
2. Fly: Keisuke Tamaru Def. Masaki Watanabe walk-over
3. Fly: Gou Yamanaka Def. Teppei Shimizu by Decision 3-0
4. Fly: Hiroyuki Hara Def. Yukitoshi Takahashi by Decision 3-0

5. Bantam: Ben Henry Def. Atsushi Masukura Round 1 1:06 by Arm-bar (break)
6. Bantam: Daisuke Sugishima Def. Takanori Saito by Decision 3-0
7. Bantam: Kazuki Itaya Def. Ichiro Kudo by Decision 2-0
8. Bantam: Taro Shimazaki Def. Takatoshi Urasaki Round 1 3:50 by Arm-bar

9. Feather: Shigeyuki Uchiyama Def. Pitan Round 1 1:56 by Gillotine choke
10. Feather: Masakazu Takafuji Def. Akira Omura Round 1 0:19 by BIG KO
11. Feather: Takehito Noguchi Def. Yutaka Inada walk-over
12. Feather: Satoru Takahashi Def. Yuki Terashima after ext. Dec. 3-0

13. Light: "Randleman" Ichikawa Def. Kazuyoshi Kiyama Round 1 0:37 by KO
14. Light: Koshi Obata Def. Ikki Miyakawa Round 1 1:14 by choke
15. Light: Katsunori Takahashi Def. Daisuke Tairaku Round 1 4:05 by Triangle choke
16. Light: Keigo Hirayama Def. Yuichi Inafuku Round 1 4:58 by Arm-bar

17. Fly: Daisuke Tsujita Def. Keisuke Tamaru by decision 3-0
18. Fly: Gou Yamanaka Def. Hiroyuki Hara Ext. Round 0:45 by Guillotine choke

19. Bantam: Daisuke Sugishima Def. Ben Henry by Decision 2-0
20. Bantam: Taro Shimmasaki Def. Kazuki Itaya By Decision 3-0

21. Feather: Shigeyuki Uchiyama Def. Masakazu Takafuji Round 1 3:09 by Arm-bar
22. Feather: Takehito Noguchi Def. Satoru Takahashi Round 1 4:23 by Rear-Naked choke

23. Light: Koshi Obata Def. "Randelman" Ishikawa by Decision 3-0
24. Light: Keigo Hirayama Def. Katsunori Takahashi Round 1 1:28 by KO (Slam)

Some very good fights here! Look out for Obata and Hirayama, they should meet in the nextr round and it should be a good fight. Also Gou Yamanaka looked very good.

1. Welter: "Strasser" Kiichi Kunimoto Def. Shingo Suzuki by arm-triangle Round 1 3:00
"Strasser" dominates the stand-up and Suzuki takes it to the ground. "Strasser" gets a tight arm-triangle, Suzuki does not tap and he goes to sleep.

2. Welter: Asaki Honda Def. Kousei Kubota by Dec. 2-0
A very close decision in a VERY good fight that does not go to the ground. Kubotaa is rightly disappointed.

3. Light-Heavyweight: Hikaru Sato Def. Ryuji Ohori Round 1 3:46 by Heel-hook.
Sato working on the leg-lock most of the round.

4. Fly: Takuya Eizumi Def. Tokuaki Ninomiya Round 1 1:04 by KO
The streacher comes out again (been out twice already), but is not needed.

5. Light: Hiroki "AB" Aoki Def. Takafumi Ito by Decision 2-0
"AB" finally gets a win! Even if it is a VERY close decision.

6. Feather: Jameel "The Sargent" Massouh Def. Masaya Takita "J-Taro" Round 1 2:51 by TKO
Stong win by Mossouh, he knocks "J-Taro" down and follows up with punches. The ref is forced to step in.

7. Feather: Masanori Kanehara Def. Kenji Arai by TKO Round 1 3:14
ZST fighter kanehara tags Arai, Arai hits the ground and the ref steps in
After the fight, Kanehara makes an appeal to be included in the Sengoku GP.

Main Event - Lightweight King of Pancrase:
8. Katsuya Inoue Def. Daisuke Hanazawa "13" by Decision 3-0
Hanazawa won round 1, after that the champion took over the fight. A deserved win for Inoue.


Glenn Fearnley 1 February 2009 at 17:38  

man i was hoping kubota and takafumi would win, at least it sounds like they did well. i also would rather have seen kenji arai beat kanehara, but kanehara is a good fighter and should definitely be in one of the fw gp's.

Nate414 1 February 2009 at 22:05  

Congrats on the win Jameel.

David Stadler 1 February 2009 at 22:21  

Are the NeoBlood fight considered amateur or professional? Is it mma rules?

Borre 2 February 2009 at 17:55  

The Neo-Blood fights are considered professional, I believe.

Jameel did very good on this card.

Kanehara will probably be in the Sengoku GP after his win here, but we have to wait and see. It was a very entertaining day, 32 fights... you cant beat that!

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