06/11 G-Shooto Plus06 Card: Tamada vs. Yoshida Finals Match!

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    derUbermensc
    Post subject: 06/11 G-Shooto Plus06 Card: Tamada vs. Yoshida Finals Match! PostPosted: Thu May 18, 2006 4:44 pm

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    In a move some may find controvesial, Ikuko Tamada has been set to fight Masako Yoshida in the finals of the four-woman G-Shooto Straweight tournament. Tamada fought to a unanimous 19-19 draw with rising 48 kilogram star Kayo Nagai, winner of the 2005 Smackgirl Next Cinderella Flyweight Tournament earlier this month on the May 6th G-Shooto card. Conversely, Yoshida, dominated her opponent Maho Muranami to a unanimous decision victory.

    The fight will be a rematch of their October 15th battle in Smackgirl, in which Yoshida won a hard-fought split decision by proving to be the better, and harder, striker of the two.

    G-STYLE Presents G-Shooto: Plus06
    June 11th, 2006
    Kitawa Town Hall
    Tokyo, Japan
    Doors Open: 16:00
    Fights Start: 17:00

    Tentative Fight Card (Card Subject To Change):

    G-Shooto Strawweight Tournament Final
    Class C+, 48 KG, 2R 5M
    Masako Yoshida (NATIVE SPIRIT) vs. Ikuko Tamada (Abe Ani Combat Club)
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    derUbermensc
    Post subject: PostPosted: Wed May 24, 2006 9:08 pm

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    Updated card info
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    Journeywomen Youko and Mari have been confirmed to to fight in the bantamweight division. Maho Muranami, coming off her unanimous decision loss to Masako Yoshida in the semifinals of the Straweight tournament, will do battle with Misaki Takimoto, who last was seen fighting to a draw with Yuko after two rounds earlier this month. Eri Kanetari of Wajyutsu Keishukai A3 will fight Yuka Okumura, who is coming off a loss to Mitsuki on a Smackgirl card earlier this month.

    G-STYLE Presents G-Shooto: Plus06
    June 11th, 2006
    Kitawa Town Hall
    Tokyo, Japan
    Doors Open: 16:00
    Fights Start: 17:00

    Tentative Fight Card (Card Subject To Change):

    Class C+, 48kg, 2R 5M
    Misaki Takimoto (Zendokai) vs. Maho Muranami (Zendokai)

    Class C+, 49kg, 2R 5M
    Eri Kanetari (Wajyutsu Keishukai A3) vs. Yuka Okumura (S-KEEP)

    Class C+, 52kg, 2R 5M
    Youko (Paraestra Hachioji) vs. Mari (SOD Women’s MMA Gym)

    G-Shooto Strawweight Tournament Final
    Class C+, 48 KG, 2R 5M
    Masako Yoshida (NATIVE SPIRIT) vs. Ikuko Tamada (Abe Ani Combat Club)
    decent card so far.
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    derUbermensc
    Post subject: PostPosted: Mon Jun 19, 2006 4:28 am

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    Results from You-Know-Where:

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    G-Shooto has found a new strawweight ace.

    Masako Yoshida may be one of MMA’s hardest working women. With sixteen fights in her career, which spans just over two years, Yoshida has been able to score wins over notable fighters such as WINDY Tomomi and Ayumi “Edge” Saito. Now a G-Shooto mainstay, Yoshida was able to defeat former opponent Maho Muranami in May, with whom she’d previously drew in September 2005. The match, which was a semifinal bout in the G-Shooto strawweight tournament, ensured her a bid in the finals on June 11th.

    Yasuko Tamada’s road to the finals was not so easy, however. In her semifinal bout, Tamada fought to a unanimous 19-19 draw with rising 48 kilogram star Kayo Nagai, winner of the 2005 Smackgirl Next Cinderella Flyweight Tournament on the May 6th G-Shooto card. However, a random lottery determined that Tamada would advance to the finals to Yoshida.

    Yoshida and Tamada had met once before on October 15th, 2005 in Smackgirl, a fight in which Yoshida was able to grit out a tough decision in which she proved to be the better striker. In the finals of the strawweight tournament, Yoshida was able to duplicate her success again. This time again capitalizing on her edge in toughness, and her advantage with strikes, Yoshida won a more conclusive unanimous decision victory, cementing herself as one of G-Shooto’s premiere strawweight competitors.

    Also on the card, two of Yoshida’s former opponents did battle. Zendokai standout Masaki Takimoto was able to defeat Katsuya Toida trained Maho Muranami by technical submission via armbar just over two minutes intro the first round. The finish comes as no surprise, as every single one of Takimoto’s mixed martial arts win have come by armbar submission.

    G-STYLE Presents G-Shooto: Plus06
    June 11th, 2006
    Kitazawa Town Hall
    Tokyo, Japan

    Official Results:

    Class C+, 48 KG, 2R 5M
    Wakako Sunayama (Wajyutsu Keisyukai Toshifune Toyoma) defeated Madoka Ebihara (Paraestra Kashiwa) by TKO via referee stoppage due to three knockdowns at 0:57 of Round 2.

    Class C+, 60 KG, 2R 5M
    Mamiko (Paraestra Hachinohe) defeated Miyuki Ariga (Zendokai Headquarters) by technical submission via armbar at 4:21 of Round 1.

    Class C+, 49 KG, 2R 5M
    Eri Kanetari (Wajyutsu Keisyukai A3) defeated Yuka Okumura (S-KEEP) by technical submission via armbar at 1:29 of Round 1.

    Class C+, 52 KG, 2R 5M
    Yuuko (Paraestra Hachioji) defated Seri (Freelance) by majority decision (20-18, 20-19, 20-2) at full time limit.

    Class C+, 48 KG, 2R 5M
    Misaki Takimoto (Zendokai Headquarters) defeated Maho Muranami (Wajyutsu Keisyukai Toikatsu Dojo) by technical submission via armbar at 2:04 of Round 1.

    G-Shooto Strawweight Tournament Final
    Class C+, 48 KG, 2R 5M
    Masako Yoshida (NATIVE SPIRIT) defeated Yasuko Tamada (Abe Ani Combat Club) by majority decision (20-19, 20-19, 20-20) at full time limit.
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