Pancrase 2002 Spirit Tour Ringside Results

8:00pm, Sunday, 7-28-2002 Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan Pancrase 2002 Spirit Tour Ringside Results


8:00pm, Sunday, 7-28-2002 Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan Pancrase 2002 Spirit Tour Ringside Results

3 times middleweight King of Pancrase Nathan Marquardt continued his winning ways with a first round win (1.37 minutes) over highly regarded Japanese fighter Seiki Ryo. Marquardt opened with overpowering strikes and finished Ryo by armbar submission hold.

Marquardt continues on his quest to win an unprecedented 4th King of Pancrase title. This fight will likely occur later this year.

www.starzworld.com Pancrase 2002 Spirit Tour – Results NIGHT EVENT

DATE: JULY 28th, 2002 OPEN: 17:30 START: 18:00 PLACE: KORAKUEN HALL(TOKYO, JAPAN)


PRO-MATCH #1 – NEO BLOOD TOURNAMENT SEMIFINALS 1ST MATCH 2×5 MIN ROUNDS SATORU KITAOKA (PANCRASEism) def. KENJI ARAI (PANCRASEism) by ankle hold at 3R 2:08 (Extended Round).


PRO-MATCH #2 – NEO BLOOD TOURNAMENT SEMIFINALS 2ND MATCH 2×5 MIN ROUNDS HIDETAKA MONMA (A3) def. MASASHI SUZUKI (U.W.F. SNAKEPIT JAPAN) by triangle choke at 2R 3:48.

PRO-MATCH #3 – FEATHERWEIGHT 3×5 MIN ROUNDS MITSUHISA SUNABE (HYBRID WRESTLING MUGEN) def. MASAHITO WACHI (TEAM ROKEN) by split decision (30-29, 29-30, 30-29).

PRO-MATCH #4 – LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT 3×5 MIN ROUNDS DAISUKE WATANABE (PANCRASEism) def. TAKAO YAMAMOTO (ZENDOKAI) by majority decision (29-28, 28-28, 29-28)

PRO-MATCH #5 – MIDDLEWEIGHT 3×5 MIN ROUNDS NATHAN MARQUARDT (U.S.A./COLORADO STARS) def. SEIKI RYO (STAND) by armbar at 1R 1:37.

PRO-MATCH #6 – LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT 3×5 MIN ROUNDS KEI YAMAMIYA (PANCRASEism) def. MITSUYOSHI SATO (PANCRASE GRABAKA) by TKO (Ref stoppage; strikes on the ground) at 3R 2:52.

PRO-MATCH #7 – NEO BLOOD TOURNAMENT FINAL 2×5 MIN ROUNDS HIDETAKA MONMA (A3) def. SATORU KITAOKA (PANCRASEism) by KO (knee) at 1R 0:05. * Monma won the Neo blood Tournament 2002.

PRO-MATCH #8 – WELTERWEIGHT TOURNAMENT FINAL 2×5 MIN ROUNDS KIUMA KUNIOKU (PANCRASEism) def. TAKAFUMI ITO (PANCRASEism) by armbar at 1R 4:59. * Kunioku became the 1st Welterweight King of Pancrasists

PANCRASE 2002 Spirit Tour NEO BLOOD TOURNAMENT- DAY EVENT Results DATE: JULY 28th, 2002 OPEN: 12:30 START: 13:30 PLACE: KORAKUEN HALL (TOKYO, JAPAN)

PRO-MATCH #1 – NEO BLOOD TOURNAMENT 1ST ROUNDS 1ST MATCH 2×5 MIN ROUNDS SATORU KITAOKA (PANCRASEism) def. HIROYUKI NOZAWA (STAND) by unanimous decision (20-19, 20-19, 20-19).

PRO-MATCH #2 – NEO BLOOD TOURNAMENT 1ST ROUNDS 2ND MATCH 2×5 MIN ROUNDS KENJI ARAI (PANCRASEism) def. MINORU OZAWA (V-CROSS) by KO (high kick) at 1R 0:09.

PRO-MATCH #3 – NEO BLOOD TOURNAMENT 1ST ROUNDS 3RD MATCH 2×5 MIN ROUNDS HIDETAKA MONMA (A3) def. KAZUKI OKUBO (U-FILE CAMP.com) by split decision (10-9, 9-10, 10-9) at 3R (Extended Round).

PRO-MATCH #4 – NEO BLOOD TOURNAMENT 1ST ROUNDS 4TH MATCH 2×5 MIN ROUNDS MASASHI SUZUKI (U.W.F. SNAKEPIT JAPAN) def. SEN NAKADAI (PANCRASEism) by KO (punch) at 2R 1:03.

PRO-MATCH #5 – WELTERWEIGHT TOURNAMENT SEMIFINALS 1ST MATCH 2×5 MIN ROUNDS TAKAFUMI ITO (PANCRASEism) def. HIROKI NAGAOKA (RODEO STYLE) by unanimous decision (20-19, 20-19, 20-19).

PRO-MATCH #6 – WELTERWEIGHT TOURNAMENT SEMIFINALS 4TH MATCH 2×5 MIN ROUNDS KIUMA KUNIOKU (PANCRASEism) def. KOJI OISHI (PANCRASEism) by unanimous decision (10-9, 10-9, 10-9) at 3R (Extended Round).

PRO-MATCH #7 – OPEN-WEIGHT 3×5 MIN ROUNDS KENGO (PANCRASEism) def. COBRA (U.S.A./I.F. ACADEMY) by armbar at 1R 2:31.

PRO-MATCH #8 – LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT 3×5 MIN ROUNDS YUKI KONDO (PANCRASEism) def. YOSHINORI MOMOSE (ZENDOKAI) by tap out (strikes on the ground) at 2R 3:51.

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