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K-1 Japan's Survival Wars Card is Packed

  • Published in K-1

This weekend might not have delivered on the kickboxing action that you have hoped it would have, but there is still hope by the way of K-1 Japan. On September 22nd K-1 Japan will put forth their latest effort in Survival Wars. K-1 Japan have been putting on some of the very best shows anywhere in the world for quite a while now and this show looks to be no different including an awesome main event between Kimura Minoru and Ren Hiramato. 

As always, it will be airing on NicoNico. There is also word of them having a big announcement in regards to airing on a broadcast television network in Japan. There is hope yet.

Main Card

Main Event - 65KG Super Fight

Kimura 'Philip' Minoru VS Hiramoto Ren

Co-Main Event - 55KG Challenger Finals

Daniel Williams VS Charles Bongiovanni

70KG Fight

Shintaro Matsukura VS Tian Xin

Super Exhibition (2x2)

Koya Urabe VS Takeru

70KG Fight

Kazuya Akimoto VS Keiji

55KG Fight

Taisuke Degai VS Yuichiro Ito

55KG Fight

Namito Izawa VS Satoshi Katashima

Heavyweight Fight

Hitoshi Sugimoto VS Hidekazu Kimura

65KG Fight

Minamino Takayuki VS Waki Mitsuharu

Undercard

70kg Fight

Jinbo Katsuya VS Yasuhi Hitoshi

70kg Fight

Tsuyoshi Oh VS Daisuke 

Heavyweight Fight

Yoshinari VS Hase

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Live Stream Information for K-1 Japan -65kg Japan GP

  • Published in K-1

That's right, it's that time again to get your Smiling Points ready on NicoNico and buckle down for some of the best kickboxing action in the world with K-1 Japan's -65kg Japan GP. This tournament will be a one-nighter that'll decide which Japanese 65kg fighter will move on to the next leg of this big tournament. As always, they stream live via NicoNico for 2,000 Smiling Points. I'm not entirely sure how much their Smiling Points translate to due to current exchange rates, but I'm pretty sure it's around $18 USD to watch the show live, although it might be a bit more than that. If you've never used NicoNico before, we have an old guide up from the 2014 Shoot Boxing S-Cup that Jay put together that will help get you started. 

The K-1 Japan -65kg Japan tournament starts at 6:00PM Tokyo time (so 4am Eastern/2am Pacific) according to the listing on NicoNico and costs the usual 2,000 Smiling Points. 

Here's a refresher on the card for this event.

65kg Japan Tournament - Quarter Finals

Noiri Masaaki VS Kimura Minoru

Terasaki Naoki VS Hiroya

Soda Yasuomi VS Yamazaki Teruaki

Kubo Yuta VS Noman

Superfights

Kaew Weerasakreck VS Massaro Glunder

Urabe Hirotaka VS Johannes Wolf

Makoto Uehara VS Nori

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K-1 Survival Wars Results: Minoru Bests Ren

  • Published in Asia

The hottest ticket in town for kickboxing is still K-1 World GP Japan and last night was no exception with Survival Wars. Preceding the event the day before was an announcement that K-1 World GP Japan would be airing on broadcast television in Japan starting this fall, airing on TV Tokyo in a weekly 25-30 minute block on Thursday evenings at 1:30am. That may not be the best time slot, but it's a start and will hopefully draw some attention to the promotion in the future.

Now, onto Survival Wars. The main event of the night saw Kimura "Philip" Minoru against hot prospect Hiramoto Ren, a battle that raged on for all three rounds and eventually saw Minoru get the nod. He'll now go on to face Kaew Fairtex in what should be an awesome fight. In the co-main event the 55kg Challenger finals came to a dramatic conclusion when Charles Bongiovanni scored a knockout over Daniel Williams in the first round.

Results courtesy of Kiksie, the best kickboxing database online.

65KG Fight

Minamino Takayuki def. Waki Mitsuharu by Unanimous Decision

Heavyweight Fight

Hitoshi Sugimoto def. Hidekazu Kimura by Unanimous Decision after an extra round

55KG Fight

Namito Izawa def. Satoshi Katashima by Unanimous Decision after an extra round

55KG Fight

Taisuke Degai def. Yuichiro Ito by TKO in Round 1

70KG Fight

Kazuya Akimoto def. Keiji by Unanimous Decision

Super Exhibition (2x2)

Koya Urabe vs. Takeru

70KG Fight

Shintaro Matsukura def. Tian Xin by Unanimous Decision

Co-Main Event - 55KG Challenger Finals

Charles Bongiovanni def. Daniel Williams by KO in Round 1

Main Event - 65KG Super Fight

Kimura 'Philip' Minoru def. Hiramoto Ren by Unanimous Decision

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