|Heavyweight (Per 10/13)|
|1.||Semmy Schilt (?)|
|7.||Mirko Cro Cop|
|Light HW (per 10/13)|
|Middleweight (per 11/25)|
|Welterweight (per 10/13)|
|70kg (Per 11/25)|
|2.||Robin van Roosmalen|
|65kg (per 10/6)|
We've already discussed the fights that were put together for a Japanese audience for Dynamite!! 2010, with Satoshi Ishii getting the big nod as the "star" of the show as well as a vast array of freakshow fights that would make your average fan on the Underground forums eyes roll back into their head. It should also be noted that Alistair Overeem is getting a rather big push in the press of late, with him being seen as a big foreigner heavyweight, the first since Fedor Emelianenko, basically.
Alistair Overeem will be squaring off against Todd Duffee, as we reported (also that it was an ordeal to get that fight signed), and it is still up-in-the-air if the fight will be for the DREAM Heavyweight Championship or not. Overeem has stuck around in Japan after the Grand Prix training in Japan due to not wanting to have to deal with the snow in Holland (MiddleEasy's Zeus can attest to how good of an idea it was to avoid that snow).
The big fights for the rest of us are fights between some name fighters, with the next biggest fight being a mixed rules bout between Shinya Aoki and Yuichiro Nagashima. It will be a three round affair, with the first being K-1 rules and the rest being MMA. The crux? MMA gloves throughout the fight, so to not need a giant gap for changing gloves between rounds.
Strikeforce's Josh Thomson squares off against Tatsuya Kawajiri in a fight that no one really expected, but looks to be a solid fight. Mariusz Zaromskis will defend his Middleweight Championship against Kazushi Sakuraba, with Saku looking to possibly take home the first title of his career at the tender age of 40. This fight is getting very little press in Japan, which for a Sakuraba fight is odd.
The other big fight is DREAM Light Heavyweight Champion Gegard Mousasi taking on K-1 Heavyweight Champion Kyotaro in a K-1 rules bout. It is a strange bout to say the least, with Mousasi not competing in a kickboxing bout since December 2008 against Musashi.