Remix 2004 info in Japanese

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    Jeff
    Post subject: Remix 2004 info in JapanesePostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2004 5:50 pm

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    Your browser must be able to read Japanese font to make out the following. The event’s set for Nov. 23 and the top prize seems to be around $30,000. I don’t know if it’s saying that the listed fighters may fight or are confirmed to fight. Can someone translate the rest?

    ■大会名称:SMACKGIRL2004~WORLD ReMix~
    ■日  時:2004年11月23日(火・祝)
    15:00開場 16:00開始(予定)沖縄県立武道館 那覇市
    ■予定チケット料金:SRS指定席 10,000円/RS席7,000円/A席5,000円
    ■トーナメント概要:
    SMACKGIRL初代無差別級王座決定トーナメント
    ・世界各国より8選手参加の1DAYトーナメント(応募受付は終了)
    ・SGS公式ルール。体重無差別
    ・賞金総額3,000,000円
    ■トーナメント出場決定選手
    □藪下めぐみ(SOD女子格闘技道場)158cm 62kg 日本代表(主催者推薦)
    2000 第1回ReMixトーナメント準優勝者

    □マルース・クーネン(Marloes Coenen)175cm 70kg オランダ代表
    2000 第1回ReMixトーナメント優勝者

    □エリン・トーヒル(Erin Toughill)177cm 75kg アメリカ代表

    □デビ・パーセル(Debi Purcell)170cm 62kg アメリカ代表

    □アンナ・キャロリーナ(Ana Carolina)167cm 75kg ブラジル代表
    2001 ブラジリアン柔術世界選手権(ムンジアル)黒帯チャンピオン
    2003 メッカ・バーリトゥード チャンピオン

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    chad
    Post subject: PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2004 6:05 pm
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    Looks like the battle of the best.. some names rummored and I see them on the list… Would like to find all the names can anyone translate???

    Marloes Coenen
    Erin Toughill
    Debi Purcell
    Ana Carolina

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    debi
    Post subject: PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2004 7:16 pm
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    those are the names I know of so far. I know that myself and Erin T are defintly fighting on the card. IM excited

    😀

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    Post subject: PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2004 8:34 pm

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    * Conference name: SMACKGIRL2004? WORLD ReMix? * At the time of day: 2004 November 23rd (fire celebration) 15: 00 opening places 16: 00 starts (schedule) Okinawa prefectural martial arts mansion Naha city * schedule ticket fee: 10,000 Yen SRS designated seats/7,000 Yen RS seats/5,000 Yen A seats * tournament summary: 1DAY tournament of 8 player participation than SMACKGIRL first catchweight throne decisive tournament world nations (as for application acceptance end) SGS official rule. Weight un-discriminating prize sum total 3,000,000 Yen * blessing under tournament participation decisive player □藪 (SOD woman grapple skill school) 158cm 62kg Japanese representation (sponsor nomination) 2000 1st ReMix tournament quasi- champions □マルース クーネン (Marloes Coenen) 175cm 70kg Dutch typical 2000 1st ReMix tournament champions □エリン toe hill (Erin Toughill) 177cm 75kg American representation □デビ parcel (Debi Purcell) 170cm 62kg American representation □アンナ キャロリーナ (Ana Carolina) 167cm 75kg Brazilian typical 2001 ブラジリアン it is soft technique world championship (ムンジアル) the black band champion 2003 mecca バーリトゥード champion

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    Jeff
    Post subject: PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2004 11:37 pm

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    Excellent, Keith. It seems that 3 million yen is the total prize, not the top prize as I thought.

    Judging from the accompanying info, the fighter with the Japanese name is Megumi Yabushita.

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    Seth
    Post subject: PostPosted: Thu Oct 14, 2004 2:01 pm

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    That’s great for Debbi and Erin to get MMA fights. Any idea who the opponents will be? 30 K is not a bad purse. Of course, everyone anticipates the time Debbi will fight Jennifer Howe. I always thought Erin vs. Olga B would have been a good fight with both being popular draws in approx. the same weight division and in the same state.

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    Rox21
    Post subject: PostPosted: Thu Oct 14, 2004 5:42 pm
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    Yeah one person does not get 30 k. But hey, the U.S is represented well, as far as I can see. 😛 Good luck Debi and Erin! 😀 While your there, try ‘dango’ (sticky rice sweat balls) and mellon pan! (sugary bread desert) 😛 I miss mellon pan….

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    starbellykeith
    Post subject: PostPosted: Fri Oct 15, 2004 6:18 am

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    FYI-At October 14th’s exchange rate dated 14:39 GMT 3,000,000 yen is $27,522.15. Those good tickets go for about $92.

    Unfortunately for me the cheapest plane ticket was $1200 and I’d still have to get to the West Coast. I wish them all well but I’m not going.

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    Erin T
    Post subject: PostPosted: Fri Oct 15, 2004 6:23 am
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    Just to show – you get $500

    Win first fight – $2000 or $2500 (cannot remember which)

    Win second fight – $3500

    Win the whole thing – NEARLY $28,000

    Either way you cut it – it’s a nice sum of cash 😀

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    chad
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    This is going to be HUGE!!!! I am planning on going if all goes well.. Let me know who is all going…

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    Rox21
    Post subject: PostPosted: Fri Oct 15, 2004 11:00 am
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    wow! I was wondering what the break down was. ^_^

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    KnockOut2
    Post subject: PostPosted: Fri Oct 15, 2004 11:35 am

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    I’ve heard of some K-1 stars complaining of a pretty huge tax cut when a foreigner wins in Japan and transfers their money to a bank in their country. Something like 30-40%? Evidently, a lot of regular K-1 stars have had a Japanese bank account locally to store some of their winnings.

    Any confirmation on that? From Fighters on here who have won in Japan?

    Though, maybe the large tax percentage depends on the size of the purse? K-1 guys make $30,000-$300,000 a night.

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    holddown
    Post subject: weight differencesPostPosted: Sat Oct 16, 2004 9:33 am

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    i know you are all great fighters. but how can you fairly compete with such great weight disparites. 135 v 165.

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    chad
    Post subject: PostPosted: Sat Oct 16, 2004 9:51 am
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    That is a good question.. weight, height, reach are all major factors but I have to honestly say skill is the game. I think the first one were Erin was in Merlos had won the tourneyment but the were much larger women in that meet also. Erin or Debi could probably answer this better.

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    debi
    Post subject: PostPosted: Sat Oct 16, 2004 12:07 pm
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    Honesly If I had MY choice. Id rather not fight people that out weight ,me by 25 to even 40 lbs. and maybe more. Iv done it TWICE now and it sucks, but what are you going to do. These women are not only are much heavier they are VERY skilled and a some ARE the best fighters in the world..

    its not B claibur fighting its A..add that to having to maybe fight three fights in one night and it sux ass LOL/ but FINALLY someone is willing to pay a little bit of money. This is a great chance and a great exp. I say

    F*&% IT, bring it on

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    holddown
    Post subject: i think there is a differencePostPosted: Sat Oct 16, 2004 5:11 pm

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    between beating the snot out of an un-trained fat lady and going at it with a trained chisselled athlete like erin or marloes.

    just doesn’t make a lot of sense. but i guess the money is there. good luck

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    chad
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    I guess Debi answered your question

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    Jeff
    Post subject: PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2004 11:31 pm

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    In related news, Amanda Buckner will be Yuki Kubota’s opponent for Kubota’s possible retirement fight on Nov. 4. (Smackgirl news, Oct. 9 entry, Japanese)

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