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Akasaka Fight Festival! Part 3

#6: Shadowboxing Game Part IV: Tokoro Enters

Masakatsu Funaki – 720
Hideo Tokoro – 650
Yoshihiro Sato (K-1 MAX) – 597
Katsuyori Shibata – 551
Susumu Daiguji (K-1 LW) – 530
Sadaharu Tanigawa (FEG President) – 471
Hirotaka Urabe (K-1 Youth) – 436
Daisuke Uematsu (K-1 LW) – 414
Kizaemon Saiga (K-1 Youth) – 402
Shinya Aoki – 338
Yasuhiro Kido (K-1 MAX) – 297
Tatsuya Kawajiri – 248
Tsuyoshi Kohsaka – 229

#5: Shadowboxing Game Part III

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Masakatsu Funaki – 720
Yoshihiro Sato – 597
Katsuyori Shibata – 551
Susumu Daiguji – 530
Sadaharu Tanigawa – 471
Shinya Aoki – 338
Yasuhiro Kido – 297
Tatsuya Kawajiri – 248

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#4: DREAM Vs. SENGOKU Sparring Session

Today, training partners Caol Uno and Eiji Mitsuoka, who will participate in SENGOKU’s Lightweight GP, had a short sparring session. There were over 1000 people in the crowd.

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#3: Shadowboxing Game Part II

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The record was topped from start to finish today. After the K-1 hour of the day, Susumu Daiguji from K-1’s new 60 kg class was on top with 530 times. But, Shibata later got 551 and passed Daiguji’s score. In the end though, Funaki became the new record holder with his incredible score of 720.

Masakatsu Funaki – 720
Katsuyori Shibata – 551
Susumu Daiguji – 530
Shinya Aoki – 338
Tatsuya Kawajiri – 248

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#2: Free Fights On July 5th Announced

Neta&EX Match(?), 2Min/1R: KICK☆ vs. Motoki Onikubo(?)
Muay Thai Match, 3Min/3R: Kanongsuk Weerasakreck vs. Wanlop Weerasakreck
K-1 Rules, 3Min/3R, 70 kg: Vahid Roshani (Iran) vs. Masatoshi Momotake(?)
K-1 Rules, 3Min/3R, 70 kg: Syunsuke Ohishi vs. Akira Takahashi(?)
K-1 Rules, 3Min/3R, 72 kg: ASH-RA vs. Masamitsu Miyamoto(?)

#1: Shibata Challenges Akiyama

Today at the Akasaka Fight Festival Katsuyori Shibata was announced as a participant for DREAM.5. Shibata said that he would like to fight Yoshihiro Akiyama. Akiyama’s opponent will be announced on Saturday.

HEIWA DREAM.5 Lightweight GP 2008 Final Round
Date: July 21st, 2008
Place: Osaka Jo Hall in Osaka, Japan

Lightweight GP Final Fight:
Kawajiri/Alvarez vs. Uno/Aoki

Lightweight GP Semifinal Fights:
Tatsuya Kawajiri vs. Eddie Alvarez
Caol Uno vs. Shinya Aoki

Featherweight Fight:
Norifumi Yamamoto vs. Joseph Benavidez

Participants:
Yoshihiro Akiyama
Katsuyori Shibata

Possible Participants:
Mirko Cro Cop, Minowaman, Joachim Hansen, Mark Hunt, Denis Kang, Black Mamba

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  1. Anonymous
    July 2, 2008 at 6:54 pm

    It’s kind of funny, but I would really like to see Ikuhisa Minowa vs. Katsuyori Shibata. They’d be busting out powerbombs on each other, taking mid-fight breaks to hype the crowd up…

    Would be very beatiful.

  2. July 2, 2008 at 8:22 pm

    I actually also thought that that would be the best match-up. If Minowa can bring back some of the intensity he used to have, the intensity in the ring with those two standing face to face would be incredible.

  3. Anonymous
    July 3, 2008 at 5:01 pm

    I think we both know it’s more likely that one will go to Akiyama and the other will go to Kang. Which is a shame, because Minowaman/Shibata could be epic.

  4. July 4, 2008 at 2:02 pm

    Yeah, but I’m not sure about Kang, this is the last fight in his contract, do they want to send him out with a victory if he doesn’t re-sign?

  1. July 8, 2008 at 12:10 am

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