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Minowaman Vs. Zimmerman! Fight Order Announced

Minowaman Vs. Zimmerman. - DreamOfficial.com

Minowaman X Zimmerman. - DreamOfficial.com

Minowaman vs. K-1 WGP 2008 Semifinalist Errol Zimmerman was added today to the huge Dynamite!! card. It will be fought under MMA rules and is in the DREAM open-weight division.

If nothing else is stated, DREAM rules are R1 1×10, R2 1×5 with a 90 second interval. K-1 and K-1 Koshien rules are 3×3 with a 60 second interval.

1×3 min. ext. for example means that in case of a draw, an extra round that is 3 minutes long decides the fight.

0. K-1 Koshien 62kg Reserve Fight: Daizo Sasaki vs. Taishi Hiratsuka

—Opening Ceremony—

1. DREAM Open-Weight: Minowaman vs. Errol Zimmerman
2. K-1 Koshien 62kg Semifinal: Ryuya Kusakabe vs. Koya Urabe
3. K-1 Koshien 62kg Semifinal: HIROYA vs. Shota Shimada
4. K-1 Middleweight 71kg (1×3 min. ext.): Yoshihiro Sato vs. Artur Kyshenko
5. DREAM Lightweight 68kg: Daisuke Nakamura vs. Hideo Tokoro
6. DREAM Welterweight 75kg: Yukio Sakaguchi vs. Andy Ologun
7. K-1 Koshien 62kg Final (1×2 min. ext.): Kusakabe/Urabe vs. HIROYA/Shimada


8. DREAM Heavyweight +93.1kg: Kinniku Mantaro vs. Bob Sapp
9. DREAM Heavyweight +93.1kg: Semmy Schilt vs. Mighty Mo
10. DREAM Welterweight 80kg: Hayato “Mach” Sakurai vs. Katsuyori Shibata
11. K-1 Middleweight 70kg: Tatsuya Kawajiri vs. Takeda Kozo
12. K-1 Open-Weight (1×3 min. ext.): Badr Hari vs. Alistair Overeem


13. DREAM Heavyweight +93.1kg: Mirko CroCop vs. Choi Hong Man
14. K-1 Open-Weight: Musashi vs. Gegard Mousasi
15. DREAM Heavyweight +93.1kg (3×5 / 60s int.): Jerome Le Banner vs. Mark Hunt
16. DREAM Lightweight 70kg: Shinya Aoki vs. Eddie Alvarez
17. DREAM Lightweight 70kg: Joachim Hansen vs. J.Z. Calvan
18. DREAM Middleweight 84kg: Kazushi Sakuraba vs. Kiyoshi Tamura

  1. December 28, 2008 at 8:54 am

    thanks for all the work.

    so, this should sum up the card? looks to be a awesome one

  2. cacti
    December 28, 2008 at 9:13 am

    Seriously, this blog is the best one going.

  3. sprewell
    December 28, 2008 at 11:21 am

    This show will be at least 8 hours long.

  4. December 28, 2008 at 9:12 pm

    windkick, thanks, yea, this is the full card, gonna be great.

    cacti, thanks.

  5. sylvain boutin
    December 28, 2008 at 9:37 pm

    Thanks for all your do, this is THE site for japanese MMA action.

    Fights 13 to 18: the final 6 are better than anything that UFC has thrown out there.

    I would have had the Mousasi fight up one spot ahead of the LeBanner fight.

    This is going to be epic.

    You guys want to run a pool on the time?
    i say 5hrs 38mins.

  6. cacti
    December 28, 2008 at 9:48 pm

    6 Hrs 14 mins

  7. December 28, 2008 at 10:25 pm

    The Japanese PPV has an 8 hour time slot. 24:00-8:00. The TV airing is like 4:30.

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