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Post by Kingfedor on Tue Feb 13, 2018 10:40 pm


Rizin 10
May 6, 2018
Marine Messe Fukuoka
Fukuoka, Japan

Main Card:

Kyoji Horiguchi (23-2)        vs.            (13-6) Ian McCall     
Main Card | Bantamweight | 135 lbs (61 kg)

Kai Asakura (9-1)               vs.            (9-2) Manel Kape
Main Card | Bantamweight | 135 lbs (61 kg)

Yusuke Yachi (19-6)            vs.        (22-7) Diego Nunes
Main Card | Lightweight | 155 lbs (70 kg)

Ante Delija (14-3)               vs.        (9-0) Ricardo Prasel
Main Card | Heavyweight | 265 lbs (120 kg)

Kanna Asakura (11-2)         vs.  (3-3) Melissa Karagianis
Main Card | Super Atomweight | 108 lbs (49 kg)

Kanako Murata (6-1)           vs.         (16-1) Weili Zhang
Main Card | Strawweight | 115 lbs (53 kg)

On Sunday May 6th 2018, RIZIN will be kicking off their first event in Fukuoka which will be headlined by former UFC contenders, Kyoji Horiguchi vs Ian McCall. 
 
Chairman Nobuyuki Sakakaibara started off the press conference by announcing that RIZIN will be numbering ever event. The year 2018 would kick off the Fukuoka event as RIZIN 10. 
RIZIN 11 – July 29th Saitama Super Arena
RIZIN 12 – August 12th Aichi Gymnasium
RIZIN 13 – September 30th Saitama Super Arena
RIZIN 14 – December 31st Saitama Super Arena
 
RIZIN Bantamweight GP king Kyoji Horiguchi (23-2) will be facing Ian McCall (13-6-1) in a 61kg bout scheduled for three, 5minute rounds. Horiguchi is currently on an 8 fight winning streak, and has a perfect 5-0 record in RIZIN. The ATT product finished all 4 opponents to win the Bantamweight GP. McCall returned to the ring after a 3 year hiatus, where his string of bad luck continued. Uncle Creepy’s return fight ended in 106 seconds due to a cut. The California Native looks to showcase his true skills by taking on the Bantamweight GP winner, which he would have faced if he had advanced in the tournament. 
 
RIZIN’s first female champion Kanna Asakura (10-2) will be taking on former King of the Cage Atom weight Champion Melissa Karagianis (3-3) in a 49kg clash. The Super Atom weight Queen went undefeated last year, and looks to extend her winning streak in 2018. The twenty year old fought 2 times in one night to capture belt by submitting 2 very accomplished strikers, RENA and Maria Oliveira. Karagianis defeated RIZIN regular Andy Nguyen to capture the KOTC Atom weight belt in November 2017. 
 
Manel Kape (9-2) may be the fighter who made a name of himself the most in 2017. From his antics and wild celebrations to weigh in scuffles. The Angolan forced himself to be recognized in his RIZIN debut
when he knocked out Erson Yamamoto with a vicious head kick. Prodigio would then call out Ian McCall and defeat him by a doctor stoppage. The former Outsider Flyweight champion Kai Asakura (9-1) made his RIZIN debut in style by knocking out Kizaemon Saiga in a fun scrap. This fight is guaranteed to deliver, not only in the ring, but also outside. Asakura has already mentioned that he would knock his opponent out if he gets touched during the weigh-ins. This fight is scheduled at a 59kg catch weight. 
 
Wrestling Ace Kanako Murata (6-1) will be taking on China’s most touted prospect Weili Zhang (16-1) at 53kgs. After making her MMA debut, Murata has had a good run in MMA until she went up a division to take on Rin Nakai. The Ehime raised wrestler had a rough 2017 with injuries and has only fought twice. Zhang is the Number 1 ranked pound for pound female fighter in China, who is currently on a whopping 16 fight win streak, and has not tasted defeat since her debut fight in 2013. The Kunlun Champion has been recognized as the top Chinese prospect for years and will now fight in Japan for the second time.
 
General Manager Nobuhiko Takada also announced that RIZIN 10 will be having a few kick boxing bouts, and Tomohiro Kitai from Team Dragon, and RIZIN 2017 Kickboxing tournament champion and kick boxing Phenom Tenshin Nasukawa will take part. Opponents for both fighters were not revealed at this time.


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Post by CDF47 on Wed Feb 14, 2018 4:19 pm

Can't wait for the return of Rizin in May.

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Post by westcott123 on Wed Feb 14, 2018 4:35 pm

same here I wonder Division they will do the grand prix this year? With pride I want people's opinions is the only reason pride made divisional champions is because they had a huge rooster? Or was it because a lot of them were on the pound for pound list? And will rizin do the same or just stick with the Grand prix?. Don't get me wrong I love the Grand prix I also would love a rizin Division champions everyone knows how I would have it.
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Post by CDF47 on Wed Feb 14, 2018 4:49 pm

I hope the GP is at MW. Would be great if they start crowning divisional champs too in 2018.

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Post by CDF47 on Thu Feb 15, 2018 8:00 pm

Updated to Rizin 10. Rizin made a change to the card numbers.

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Post by Kingfedor on Thu Mar 08, 2018 6:28 am


RIZIN held a press conference with Chairman Nobuyuki Sakakibara, GM Nobuhiko Takada and Lightweight Yusuke Yachi and announced two additional fights to the fight card for the upcoming event on May 6th in Fukuoka.

Chairman Sakakibara started off the conference by announcing that RIZIN will start selling a Saitama Super Arena 3 event season seats and test out the waters. The season seats will be sold for a significant discount, only able to purchase in Japan for 5 days starting March 8th. “This will be the first time for RIZIN to set up such offer, and this will be a test to see what kind of response we get, which will be put into consideration for the production setup.”

General Manager Nobuhiko Takada followed by announcing the additional fights.

Ante Delija (14-3) vs Ricardo Prasel (9-0)
Yusuke Yachi (19-6) vs Diego Nunes (22-7)

Delija has been extremely successful in the European circuit before a brutal injury during a fight against Marcin Tybura in 2015, which forced him out of completion for over 2 years. The 27 year old Croatian has been Mirko CroCop’s main training partner for over a year and is more than ready to make it back into the ring. WALKING TROUBLE, is no stranger to the RIZIN rules, where he utilizes his soccerball kicks in Croatian promotions such as FFC.

Standing at 6’ 7”, the former soccer player brings a perfect 9-0 to the RIZIN ring. Prasel has finished all of his opponents, mostly by submissions. The 27 year old Brazilian utilizes his long limbs to secure position on the ground and secure crafty submission finishes. Although Prasel most recently captured the Aspera FC Heavyweight title, it is no doubt that Delija will be his biggest test yet, and would have the disadvantage of having to adopt to the RIZIN rules.

Former WEC, UFC, Bellator veteran and journey man used to be touted as one of the greatest prospects coming out of Brazil. With notable wins over Matt Brown, Raphael Assuncao and Manny Gamburyan, he will definitely bring a challenge to the uprising Japanese prospect. The 35 year old is currently on a 3 fight win streak, including his most recent win coming at Light weight.

Yusuke Yachi is coming off of a win against the fan favorite Takanori Gomi in a fight on NYE last year, in an exciting yet emotional brawl which many expected him to beat the veteran with ease. Yachi is
currently riding a 5 fight winning streak and 4 consecutive finishes and looks to extend his run in RIZIN by finishing another veteran of the sport.

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Post by CDF47 on Thu Mar 08, 2018 12:50 pm

Very interesting fight between Yachi and Nunes. I hope Yachi takes this.

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Post by CDF47 on Fri Mar 16, 2018 11:57 pm

Will be getting a lot of Rizin coming up soon with the events planned in May, July, August, and September. Can't wait to order them all.

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Post by Rocksoldier84 on Sat Mar 17, 2018 7:54 pm

Should be a fun show. Horiguchi and McCall is a fight a long time in the making and I'm glad Nunes is getting a shot. Kape looked good in the tournament.
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Post by CDF47 on Sat Mar 17, 2018 10:47 pm

Rocksoldier84 wrote:Should be a fun show. Horiguchi and McCall is a fight a long time in the making and I'm glad Nunes is getting a shot. Kape looked good in the tournament.

Agreed, I am looking forward to seeing Horiguchi come back. Would be cool if they made this for a BW title.

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Post by westcott123 on Sun Mar 18, 2018 4:31 pm

Same here though I would like to see rizin do tournaments to determine each champion per weight class.

OH and on a unrelated note I found this on sherdog
http://forums.sherdog.com/threads/when-fedor-was-in-the-middle-of-his-inhuman-rampage.3182095/page-2

On page 2 it has got some interesting things about the last emperor. One was how pride were not happy that he beat cro cop ha so much for the theory that pride fights were all just fixed.
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Post by CDF47 on Sun Mar 18, 2018 5:41 pm

westcott123 wrote:Same here though I would like to see rizin do tournaments to determine each champion per weight class.

OH and on a unrelated note I found this on sherdog
http://forums.sherdog.com/threads/when-fedor-was-in-the-middle-of-his-inhuman-rampage.3182095/page-2

On page 2 it has got some interesting things about the last emperor. One was how pride were not happy that he beat cro cop ha so much for the theory that pride fights were all just fixed.

I agree, GPs would be best to determine champs.

LOL...Where do they come up with this?

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Post by westcott123 on Mon Mar 19, 2018 4:12 am

Who knows the cro cop thing is true even fedor said it himself.
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Post by CDF47 on Mon Mar 19, 2018 7:37 pm

westcott123 wrote:Who knows the cro cop thing is true even fedor said it himself.

I think it is true. We will see.

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Post by CODELMJVG on Wed Mar 21, 2018 12:32 am

I had a problem with news of mma media is almost gossip and treated like its like a tmz calling itself a MMAdigest mma world but mostly its 98% ufc related content.

Mostly its youtube it get tiring and feels ungenuine for people that want more euro and asian coverage its sucks that the medium is saturated and feels shilled out in youtube and most of the internet. I think they spend a chunk on buying traffic in the net to exclusively promote ufc media only and its very forceful.

Not saying its bad that I have to use this website for exclusive access to non ufc related news but it shouldn't be hidden in the wide web like youtube platform.
someone should create a global-mma channel on youtube I think there is just not been updated.
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Post by westcott123 on Fri Mar 30, 2018 10:10 pm

Those rizin belts in the global mma logo they would be a great design for Division champions.

With horuguchi I read on his Wikipedia page that he his the Bantamweight champion of course it is Wikipedia and I would take what it says with a grain of salt.


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Post by westcott123 on Sun Apr 01, 2018 5:04 am

http://www.fightopinion.com/2011/06/19/9-year-rule-mma-ufc/

I couldn't bother starting a new thread but what do people think about the whole 9 year rule thing? Is it true? Or does it depend on how a fighter trains and how they fight and the number of fights per year they have?
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Post by Rocksoldier84 on Sun Apr 01, 2018 10:05 pm

westcott123 wrote:Who knows the cro cop thing is true even fedor said it himself.

It's definitely true as Fedor has not only gone on record saying DSE wanted Cro Cop over him but look at the hype video before their legendary fight. I would say 90% of that video was about Cro Cop and Fedor was almost an afterthought.

That's one of the things you can say to PRIDE critics who say it's worked because if it was then why didn't we get entirely different champions? Why did Cro Cop not only fail to win the World Heavyweight Championship but why did he get upset by Kevin Randleman in the HWGP? DSE would never have Cro Cop bounced at least that early. Why did Cro Cop lose to Nogueira in the Interim Title fight despite DSE wanting to put together a Fedor/Cro Cop fight? Why did Sakuraba lose all three fights to Silva and never win a tournament or grand prix? Wand is a legend but they wouldn't have fed their biggest native star to him three times and I get he got injured in the second fight but still.

It's like when Anderson lost and Dana rightfully called people out asking why the fuck would he have Silva take a dive?
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Post by westcott123 on Sun Apr 01, 2018 10:31 pm

^^exactly right if all pride fights were fixed the winners and losers would be completely different ^^ then again their hatred from pride is that strong. Would not of mattered who won they would still say it was fixed another one that grinds my gears is when people say "if a person doesn't compete in the USA in a cage under unified rules their fights don't count" now I liked to know were exactly in the mma rule book does it say that?
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Post by Rocksoldier84 on Sun Apr 01, 2018 10:46 pm

westcott123 wrote:^^exactly right if all pride fights were fixed the winners and losers would be completely different ^^ then again their hatred from pride is that strong. Would not of mattered who won they would still say it was fixed another one that grinds my gears is when people say "if a person doesn't compete in the USA in a cage under unified rules their fights don't count" now I liked to know were exactly in the mma rule book does it say that?

I never heard that but I'm not surprised. Someone needs to tell these nitwits that contrary to what they think and the media act, MMA didn't begin with the UFC as it goes back decades with Vale Tudo. Even with MMA organizations, UFC wasn't the first as Shooto & Pancrase started before as did RINGS although this was before they were full fledged MMA. Not to mention that UFC had little to no rules at first and it wasn't until 2000 when the Unified Rules began which was seven years into the UFC. So what does that say about the early legends of Shooto and Pancrase? What does that say about early UFC legends? Those tournament wins and title wins don't count? Royce, Severn, Frye, Taktarov, Coleman, Randleman, Marco Ruas, Mezger, Rutten, Saku, and the Shamrock's achievements no longer count?

Also how does this make MMA count? I prefer a cage over a ring but a ring doesn't kill it as both can have their strengths an weaknesses. However, how does unified rules help since many have long believe they favor wrestlers as you can't strike in certain positions and being on your back as a jiu-jitsu fighter is a detriment?
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Post by westcott123 on Mon Apr 02, 2018 12:02 am

^^while no one has said it directly things like fake fights and real fighters you can see the implications of it ^^ an example is the  "entertainment not the true sport" guy

http://forums.sherdog.com/threads/chael-fedor-is-a.3066061/

Old one and I should of worded it better the idea that if a fight isn't sanction by an athletic commission then it shouldn't count which is ridiculous.

For some reason new mma fans have a what have you done for me lately attitude and a if you're not on top in this such and such Era you were never any good.
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Post by westcott123 on Mon Apr 02, 2018 12:24 am

^^ it makes you wonder if they're real fans ^^
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Post by Rocksoldier84 on Mon Apr 02, 2018 6:49 pm

westcott123 wrote:^^ it makes you wonder if they're real fans ^^

Some are probably more casual fans and some are just ignorant.
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Post by Kingfedor on Thu Apr 05, 2018 6:31 am


Former Invicta Champion Ayaka Hamasaki joins the RIZIN roster, Daron Cruickshank takes on Shooto Lightweight Champion. 4 additions complete the card for RIZIN 10 event, on May 6th at the Marine Messe Fukuoka.
 
On Sunday May 6th 2018, RIZIN will be kicking off their first event in Fukuoka which will be headlined by former UFC contenders, Kyoji Horiguchi vs Ian McCall along with RIZIN Super Atom weight Queen Kanna Asakarura taking on Canada’s Melissa Karagianis. 
 
RIZIN held a press conference with Chairman Nobuyuki Sakakibara, GM Nobuhiko Takada and former Invicta Atomweight Queen Ayaka Hamazaki, Current Shooto lightweight Champion Koshi Matsumoto, Tenshin Nasukawa and WSOF Global Flyweight Champion Yusaku Nakamura. Four additional fights were announced to complete the fight card for the upcoming event on May 6th in Fukuoka.
 
Dutch kickboxing standout Jairzinho Rozenstruik (4-0) will be facing undefeated Ukrainian prospect Andrey Kovalev (9-0) in a heavyweight bout. The Detroit Superstar Daron Cruickshank (18-10-1) will be taking on the Shooto Lightweight world Champion Koshi Matsumoto (19-7-2). Former Invicta Atomweight Queen Ayaka Hamasaki (14-2) will be making her promotional debut against Alyssa Garcia (3-4). WSOF Global Flyweight Champion Yusaku Nakamura will be challenging the kickboxing Phenom Tenshin Nasukawa under kickboxing rules. 
 
The former Invicta Atom weight Champion will be once again fighting on Japanese soil after 3 1/2 years. Number 1 ranked Atom weight will be looking to impress the Japanese fans by taking on the always tough Alyssa Garcia. The always exciting Detroit Superstar has been taking the role of Don Frye in RIZIN, taking on Japanese newcomers. This time he will be taking on the prestigious Shooto Lightweight title holder Koshi Matsumoto. Matsumoto is coming off of an explosive knockout over Yuki Okano to defend his title and is currently on a 3 fight winning streak. The Surinamese Dutch kickboxing standout Jairzinho Rozenstruik will be bringing his 62-6-1 (52KO) record into the RIZIN ring, to make a stand in the MMA world, who will be facing the Ukrainian prospect Andrey Kovalev. The 24 year old currently holds the MMA Pro Ukraine Heavyweight title and is undefeated in his professional career.

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Post by westcott123 on Tue Apr 10, 2018 8:49 pm

Fedor VS frank (come on God will fedor to win) everyone knows the results if he losses then again if he wins you know the results

Next month the start of Rizin and another grand prix I do hope this is the year they start crowning weight class champions everyone knows how I would do the divisions
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