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Final Preparations! K-1 World MAX 2009 FINAL16

#7: Preview Video – Nagashima

#6: Preview Video – HIROYA

#5: Press Conference – Fighters Gathered

The FINAL16 gathered today. - Sportsnavi.com

Fighters gathered for the final press conference. - Sportsnavi.com

#4: Press Conference – Masato Comments

Masato said that the first time he sparred with HIROYA was when HIROYA was just a junior high school student. Masato thought he was great considering his age. He is looking forward to experiencing what power the current senior high school 2nd grade HIROYA has.

#3: Tough Weight Cut For Late Replacement Kido

A happy Kido. - GBRing.com

A happy Kido makes weight. - GBRing.com

Yasuhiro Kido, who got a spot in the reserve fight of the FINAL16 phase of the 2009 K-1 MAX GP just 10 days prior to the weigh-ins, was very happy when he made weight today since he had to lose 7 kg during those 10 days.

#2: Fight Order

9. Yoshihiro Sato vs. DRAGO
8. Chahid vs. Nieky “The Natural” Holtzken
7. Andy Souwer vs. Leroy Keastner
6. Masato vs. HIROYA
5. Buakaw Por.Pramuk vs. Andre Dida
4. Albert Kraus vs. YOUICHIRO☆JIENOTSU☆NAGASHIMA
3. Yuya Yamamoto vs. Chi Bin Lim
2. Artur Kyshenko vs. Alviar Lima
1. Dzhabar “Chengiskhan” Askerov vs. Giorgio Petrosyan
0. Yasuhiro Kido vs. Su Hwan Lee
-1. TATSUJI vs. RYUJI
-2. Masahiro Yamamoto vs. YUKI
-3. Kazuki Hamasaki vs. Hareruya

#1: Weigh-In Results

Yoshihiro Sato (70.0 kg) vs. DRAGO (70.0 kg)
Buakaw Por.Pramuk (69.3 kg) vs. Andre Dida (70.0 kg)
Albert Kraus (69.5 kg) vs. YOUICHIRO☆JIENOTSU☆NAGASHIMA (70.0 kg)
Andy Souwer (69.9 kg) vs. Leroy Keastner (69.1 kg)
Artur Kyshenko (70.0 kg) vs. Alviar Lima (70.0 kg)
Yuya Yamamoto (69.8 kg) vs. Chi Bin Lim (69.9 kg)
Dzhabar “Chengiskhan” Askerov (69.8 kg) vs. Giorgio Petrosyan (69.6 kg)
Chahid (69.8 kg) vs. Nieky “The Natural” Holtzken (70.0 kg)

Yasuhiro Kido (69.9 kg) vs. Su Hwan Lee (70.0 kg)

TATSUJI (70.0 kg) vs. RYUJI (70.0 kg)
Kazuki Hamasaki (69.9 kg) vs. Hareruya (70.2 kg)
Masahiro Yamamoto (59.9 kg) vs. YUKI (59.9 kg)

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  1. Rictor
    April 21, 2009 at 2:40 pm

    So was Tanigawa indeed playing Tongarashi Man?

  2. CJN
    April 21, 2009 at 3:59 pm

    He was. I think his opponent was Shibata but I might be wrong.

  3. April 23, 2009 at 11:02 am

    This is gonna be so sweet!

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