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Thread: K-1 WORLD MAX 2008 - Japan Tournament - Fight Card

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    Default K-1 WORLD MAX 2008 - Japan Tournament - Fight Card

    Ameba presents K-1 WORLD MAX 2008 -Japan Tournament-
    February 2, 2008
    Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, Japan



    Tournament Matches
    -Andy Ologun vs. Yuya Yamamoto
    -Keiji Oazaka vs. Yasuhiro Kido
    -Tatsuji vs. Hiroyuki Maeda
    -HAYATO vs. Ryuji

    Super Fights
    -Artur Kyshenko vs. Shingo Garyu
    -Buakaw Por. Pramuk vs. Yoshihiro Sato

    Tournament Reserve Fight
    -Yasuhito Shirasu vs. Kozo Mitsuyama

    K-1 World Youth 2008 (18 and under)
    -HIROYA vs. Robby Hageman
    -Shota Shimada vs. Roy Tan
    -Kizaemon Saiga vs. Bappie "Baby Face" Tetteroo

    K-1 OFFICIAL WEBSITE
    Last edited by NinjaShogunRua; 01-29-2008 at 08:24 AM. Reason: fight card update

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    Sato was supposed to fight Kohi and i was sure he'd win that, got a big step up against Buakaw.

    Ologun has a good chance to win the tournament.

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    War Buakaw!

    Can't wait to see him back. His last fight just didn't go his way.

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    incredible event.

    can't wait to see Kyshenko fight again.

    i dont know how many of you agree with me on this, but i've always enjoyed K1 MAX events over UFC/Pride event.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramma View Post
    War Buakaw!

    Can't wait to see him back. His last fight just didn't go his way.
    not sure how legit this is, but i've heard that the rules were changed that punches would count for more points than kicks. so buakaw tried to outbox masato instead of throwing his usual kicks to the body.

    is this true?

    and i've heard that Buakaw was actually injured from his fights against Petrosian and Holtzgen (i think that was his name).

    i honestly don't believe this cuz Buakaw looked like he was in perfect shape when he faced Masato.

    Gegard Mousasi- 25-2-1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Intellectual View Post
    incredible event.

    can't wait to see Kyshenko fight again.

    i dont know how many of you agree with me on this, but i've always enjoyed K1 MAX events over UFC/Pride event.
    Me too

    Not sure about Buakaw being injured and stuff, it could be true but i don't know, he seemed in good shape, Masato just seemed to be really going for it. Its crazy that Sato has to fight Buakaw again now, that guy has fought nothing but top fighters for the last year and a half now, i mean that is good experience and all but everyone needs a tune up fight every now and then, it was supposed to be Sato vs Kohi, which Sato would have won imo, but Kohi was injured so they matched him up with Buakaw, oh and Kyshenko should ko Garyu.

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    Cant Wait!!!!
    FORGET THE POLITICS OF THE MARTIAL ARTS WORLD...TRAIN WHERE YOU WANT TO

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    Anyone else staying up to watch this event this morning? If so we should have a discussion thread or something. It usually helps me stay awake while watching a late night/early morning event.

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    Damn, didnt see your post, i was watching.

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    Fortunately the event was good enough that I stayed awake through the entire thing. Didn't get to sleep till 5 am though.

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