Thursday 25 June 2009

WVR have added a couple of very interesting fights to their card on August 2. The Sengoku cards only seem to be getting better and better.

The two toughest heavyweights in Asia will face off, Chu Mu Bae disposed of Dave Herman in his last Sengoku fight giving Herman his first ever loss. But Yoshihiro Nakao is a fighter that is underrated by many. He has only been finished once, and that was before the fight started. His last fight ended due to a knee injury, and he returns here to take on the dangerous Korean.

The other fight added is the lightweight clash between Eiji Mitsuoka and Clay French. Both these fighters were in the lightweight GP last year, and this should be a very good fight. Mitsuoka has only lost once in his last five fights, defeating Rodrigo Damm and Joachim Hansen in the process. His only loss was to the eventual GP champion, Satoru Kitaoka. Clay French, on the other hand, is on a 3 fight losing streak. He also left the Sengoku GP last year due to Kitaoka's leg-locks and will be very eager to bounce back here.

Heavy: Yoshihiro Nakao 7-2-0 vs. 9-3-0 Chu Mu Bae
Light: Eiji Mitsuoka 15-6-2 vs. Clay French

Previously Announced:
Lightweight Title Fight (5x5min)
Satoru Kitaoka 24-8-9 vs. 11-3-1 Mizuto Hirota

Middleweight next title Challenger
Kazuo Misaki 21-9-2 vs. Kazuhiro Nakamura

Featherweight GP:
Semi-final 1: Hatsu Hioki 19-3-2 vs. 13-5-5 Masanori Kanehara
Semi-final 2: Michihiro Omigawa 6-7-1 vs. 14-0-0 Marlon Sandro

Final: Winner Semi-final 1 vs. Winner Semi-final 2

Heavy: Blagoy Alexandre Ivanov vs. Kazuyuki Fujita


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