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    Post subject: Shayna Baszler set to fight on ShoXC’s April 5 event Post Posted: Sat Mar 15, 2008 8:39 am

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    *** posted by 5 oz of Pain

    The potential card for the televised portion of SHOWTIMEs telecast of EliteXCs ShoXC event scheduled for April 5 has been revealed.

    According to the Table Mountain Casino website, a poster for the event indicates that a match between light heavyweights Jared Hamman vs. Poai Suganuma is slated to serve as the featured bout on the card.

    The rest of the card is comprised of matches between Giva Santana vs. Matt Lucas, Fabricio Camoes vs. Joe Camacho, and Wilson Reis vs. Doug Evans.

    A fifth match featuring Shayna Baszler vs. a yet to be determined opponent is also listed as well.

    Five other matches during the non-televised portion of the show are also being advertised with the undercard scheduled to start at 5:30 p.m. PT. SHOWTIMEs telecast will begin at 11 p.m. ET and 8 p.m. local time.
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    Post subject: PostPosted: Thu Mar 20, 2008 8:38 am
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    Shayna has announced on her MySpace page that her opponent for this fight will be……………..Tama-Chan!
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    She wouldn’t have been my first choice. 😆
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    koolpaw
    Post subject: PostPosted: Thu Mar 20, 2008 3:37 pm

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    wow so Tama-chan will be the first female Japanese fighter for ProElite. 😯

    Seems a lot of changing behind the cage.
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    koolpaw
    Post subject: PostPosted: Fri Mar 28, 2008 11:36 am

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    Finally…

    ShoXC April 5th whole card is not revealed, but we Japanese got info about their female division in Japanese through Fighter`s own blog.As we already know. Tama-chan vs, Shayna is scheduled according to Shayna`s Myspace. it was kinda surprising for me , coz

    Yoko Takahashi the former Open weight Champ of SmackGirl was scheduled to fight at last ShoXC, and she wrote the fight was cancelled once for opponent`s visa trouble.Few Days ago, Yoko wrote the tickets of the airplane had arrived for Tama-chan and herself to fight in the cage of ShoXC on April 5 th. AND Today she wrote again, she will fight in the same event with Tama-chan vs. Shayna.

    YES ShoXC will have 2 fights of female division in one event this time.

    Yoko still doesnt name her opponent, but gave us several hints. ” visa trouble” “a striker from Chute Boxe”
    ! 😯

    Tama-Chan vs. Shayna
    Yoko Takahashi vs. Cris Cyborg ?

    Yoko , Cyborg both usually fight at 155 lbs around, but Yoko also has mentioned she needs to cut her weight. its still cold winter in Japan not good season for making weight. She didnt tell which wight she will fight at. yet. But if its really tha 140? OMG Yoko must have had hard time. 10 kg cutting of weight and the fight was not sure. i hope it would be 150 not that 140….

    Yoko`s blog

    Blog of their Management office(Tomoe gumi dissolved. Now Yabushita is the fighter/Manager for the most of Tomoe gumi fighters)

    Yoko vs.Hiroko SmackGirl open weight championship fight
    fight card on sherdog
    Tuesday, March 18, 2008
    Jared Hamman vs. Poai Suganuma
    Fabricio Camoes vs. Joe Camacho
    Wilson Reis vs. Douglas Evans
    Giva Santana vs. Matt Lucas
    Shayna Baszler vs. TBA
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    What is Hiroko’s exact height and weight?
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    Sako
    Post subject: PostPosted: Fri Mar 28, 2008 10:50 pm

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    Elite XC should scrap the 140 lb division, move the limit up to 145 for Gina and the other big girls, and have a 135 lb division for Julie Kedzie and the other relatively smaller girls.
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    koolpaw
    Post subject: PostPosted: Fri Mar 28, 2008 10:53 pm

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    HIROKO is

    hight 180cm = about 6 feet
    weight 77kg = about 170 lbs

    very tall lady as a Japane female. but well balanced as u see in the video.

    HIROKO left Tomoe-gumi recently and became free

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    koolpaw wrote:
    HIROKO is

    hight 180cm = about 6 feet
    weight 77kg = about 170 lbs

    very tall lady as a Japane female. but well balanced as u see in the video.

    HIROKO left Tomoe-gumi recently and became free

    She’s tall for any girl, not just japanese, but especially Japanese. She’s almost as big as Maria Sharapova.
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    Post subject: PostPosted: Fri Mar 28, 2008 11:56 pm

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    Sako wrote:
    She’s tall for any girl, not just japanese, but especially Japanese. She’s almost as big as Maria Sharapova.
    you acan say that for avarage ppl except Dutch ppl(ave. height of female is 170cm over)

    But think about other sports like volleyball, basketball. Especially in Japan, volleyball is very popular. Most of tall girls go to that sport. I remember HIROKO also had played volleyball or basketball in highschool. “Average” height of female Dutch national volleyball team 2007 was 184.9cm=6’2″.

    i remember 180cm tall Japanese female High-jumper of the Olympic games was called ” shorty” in some news.
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    Post subject: PostPosted: Sat Mar 29, 2008 5:29 am
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    as the sport grows only more weight divisions will need to be added not dropped as that allows for many more matchups. such as Lisa Ward has fought and won all the way from 110 thru 135. eventually there should/will be divisions on every 5 i.e. 105, 110 , 115, 120, 125, 130, 135, 140, 145 and so on….

    much like in boxing, there just have not been enough fighters in mma to fill them up yet but without question there will be, soon…
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    Josh Barnett
    Post subject: PostPosted: Sat Mar 29, 2008 8:30 am
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    Every five pounds is retarded. Period.

    There are far too many weightclasses in boxing as it is and it is part of what ruined boxing.

    If you cant beat ’em at 135 you wont beat them at 130 or 140 either.

    Only place they need 5lb increments is really at the low end like 105 or 110 up to 120-125. After that 10 is enoigh.

    Plus try to fill all those weight classes up with a deep enough talen pool. Right now, it would be impossible.
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    Post subject: PostPosted: Sat Mar 29, 2008 9:42 am

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    Just noticed that they have updated the fight crad of ShoXC – 4/5/08 : Fight Card

    Jared Hamman vs poai suganuma
    Fabricio Camoes vs Joe Camacho
    Shayna Baszler vs Keiko Tamai
    Givanildo Santana vs Matt Lucas
    Cristiane Cyborg vs Yoko Takahashi
    Carl Seumanutafa vs AmedeoViola
    Yasser Pezzatvs Luke Riddering
    Jaime Iracheta vs Brett Cooper
    Melanie La’Croix vs TBA

    on fighters Profile, Shayna is 135 lbs, Tama-chan is 142 lbs.
    Still Yoko vs Cyborg weight is not clear, both are N/A

    Another female fighter`s name was suddenly showed up
    Melanie La’Croix

    i dont know her name, dont have NO idea what this new name means as well.

    edit:
    Found her name on news page of FG
    http://www.fightergirls.com/
    she was scheduled to fight at 125 but counldnt make weight… maybe 135 pounder?
    Mark Grassman had posted about her fight b4 on this forum too
    http://www.fightergirls.com
    and CBS/EliteXC is removed from the top page
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    Sako
    Post subject: PostPosted: Sat Mar 29, 2008 9:43 am

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    IMO, the weight classes should be 145, 135, 125, 115, and 105, with above 145 being open weight. There is no need for a 170 or 155 pound class in female mma, because most girls that walk around at 155 should be able cut or loose weight to make 145. you might find a couple highly coordinated 6’2 170 lbs female athletes in some international sports on the world stage, but you’re lucky to find one in mma, much less enough to fill an entire division.
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    Post subject: PostPosted: Sat Mar 29, 2008 11:02 am

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    Melanie La’Croix has at least 2 fights — and at least one was pro against Grace Magnussen last November at Global Knockout 4. Melanie won by Triangle in the 1st round.

    She has a myspace page & says she trains out of Rigan Machados JJ Academy in CA.
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    of course ‘right now’ that would be ridiculous, i’m just saying more options gives more matchup possibilities. there’s already too much bullshit excuses why fighters can’t meet because of weight issues. besides, the same fighters can and will easily fight in several weight classes so that helps to stack them deeper right there. i totally agree if a fighter is going to win at 140 they’ll win at 135 but creating too much of a gap will prevent more matchups from happening. there’s already essentially a 135 and 140 where both are getting stacked just fine and has produced great matchups. and you’re already agreeing there should be 5lb increments all the way up to 125 so big deal what’s a couple more (that would only be like adding a 130 and 145) where there are already *plenty* of female fighters at. although I would agree once we start hitting more heavyweight divisions poss 150-155 then yes above that a bigger spread would make sense, same as most other heavweight or open class divisions…
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    Plus try to fill all those weight classes up with a deep enough talen pool. Right now, it would be impossible.
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    What you’re asking for is exactly like boxing, one guy holding a belt in 5 different classes(on top of being champion in the numerous sanctioning bodies). If a girl is too small for 135, but she can’t make 125, then too bad. Either she has to get bigger for 135 or she has work on her technique so she can get good enough to beat bigger stronger opponents. Tara Larosa optimal fighting weight is 125, but she still cowgirled up and beat Kelly Kobold, who cuts down from 150.

    GFC wrote:
    of course ‘right now’ that would be ridiculous, i’m just saying more options gives more matchup possibilities. there’s already too much bullshit excuses why fighters can’t meet because of weight issues. besides, the same fighters can and will easily fight in several weight classes so that helps to stack them deeper right there. i totally agree if a fighter is going to win at 140 they’ll win at 135 but creating too much of a gap will prevent more matchups from happening. there’s already essentially a 135 and 140 where both are getting stacked just fine and has produced great matchups. tho I would agree once we start hitting more heavyweight divisions poss 150-155 then yes above that a bigger spread would make sense, same as most other heavweight or open class divisions…
    Josh Barnett wrote:

    Plus try to fill all those weight classes up with a deep enough talen pool. Right now, it would be impossible.
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    Post subject: PostPosted: Sat Mar 29, 2008 2:26 pm
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    no, i’m saying it gives more options and is already essentially a reality anyway — i’m not asking for, there *already* are both a 135 and 140…plenty of girls at 135 should be able to float up or down 5+ lbs easier and same with any other division, it creates more avenues for fighters to meet, while bigger gaps only give room for more bullshit excuses. who cares if a fighter holds belts in 3 weight classes, more title opportunities at more weights only creates more big title fights which in turn attracts more of everything including more girls…

    and btw totally disagree about Tara…all of her fights have been at appx 135 except the latest where she had to bust ass to cut to 125 and had her hands full against a 2-2 fighter who’s not even ranked…now, when a fighter at 125 can just bump 5 and another at 135 just cut 5 it makes the meeting at 130 far more easy and equitable, since both fighters are meeting each other half way, it’s just basic common sense…
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    Tara chose to drop weight classes. it wasnt forced. It definatley wasnt because there wasnt anyone left to fight at 135lbs. It’s a huge weight class. Tara didnt have to cut that much to make 125lb either (bout 10 pounds, less than 10% of her body weight) And that 2-2 fighter who kept her hands fulls, is very underestimated- her two losses are to the two top girls in the world. Every ten pounds is sufficient for weight classes. I think anything over 155pounds should be considered a catch weight where the fighters need to be with in 10 pounds of each other- so the heavier girls more chances to fight.
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    I agree with Kelly.

    Also, there is not a 140 lb class…there is one girl at 140 and everyone else EliteXC has brought in (except their most recent acquisitions) are 135 lb fighters giving up those 5 lbs.
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    true in a way as to how that situation developed, it’s more that one girl liked to eat and not cut or condition properly, but it really makes no diff since there were/are no actual standardized divisions and 140 is now really getting built and stacked. the largest promotion in women’s mma will be showcasing a “140 division” fight on CBS so regardless of what our individual opinions are that reality is what has to be delt with…

    in addition, various other promotions have fights at different weights, FFF 140-, Smackgirl 128, etc…and, plenty of new female leagues will be coming into the picture. if they choose to have fights at 130 or 140 that’s up to them and without a doubt *not saying right now but within a couple years* enough girls will be coming into the sport to fill em…

    however, i do also like Kelly’s idea about above 155 being like a catch weight within 10 but again it’s not something which can really be mandated from promotion to promotion. if Yab chooses to fight Lana or Rox is cool fighting Marloes giving 20+ lbs so be it…
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    I just think that 5 lb increments is going overboard. I mean, the men’s divisions are 15 lbs apart. I think 10 lbs between each weight class is plenty. What individual promotions want to do is there business, but eventually things will get straightened out.
    Right now Elite XC is short-changing a lot of the female fighters by making them choose between fighting at a heavier weight or not fighting for a big promotion. If they really cared about building their female division they would change the weight to one that their talent is accustomed to fighting at. Just my two cents.
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    well yes but the men’s classes are divided by ‘ranges’…and, there are also some deviations with other various men’s leagues…

    * Featherweight: (136-145 lb.)
    * Lightweight: (146–155 lb.)
    * Welterweight: (156–170 lb.)
    * Middleweight: (171–185 lb.)
    * Light Heavyweight: (186–205 lb.)
    * Heavyweight: (206–265 lb.)

    which using ranges i think is better, but with some girls they wouldn’t want to fight within that large of a range so that’s why the 5 lb increments same as women’s boxing has 130, 135, 140, etc. and has continued to grow just fine. with so many new leagues forming there will always be some who choose to use different weight classes. and sure Elite will benefit by adding more weight classes, they just started with one first and it’s been building quite well with some great women’s matchups which now led to the CBS deal…who knows, maybe next they’ll add a 130 lb class or recruit Laila Ali and build up a 160.1 division… 😯 😆
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    koolpaw
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    excuse me? but i can not understand why nobody quoted “Unified Rules”. its great, of course its not perfect but at least it has tried to make brutal “vale tudo” a regulated sport “MMA”.

    135, 145 155 those classes are regulated by this, not by each 5lbs, nor by each leagues. although still few organizations make own weight classes. Even in Japan, weight classes are changing to these classes. Pancrase, DEEP already has changed( they call it “Nevada rules” from misunderstanding the history of regulation of MMA in North America)

    —-
    13:46-24A.1 Weight classes of mixed martial artists

    (a) Mixed martial artists shall be divided into the following classes:

    1.Flyweight under 125.9 pounds;
    2.Bantamweight 126 lbs. – 134.9 pounds;
    3.Featherweight 135 lbs. – 144.9 pounds;
    4.Lightweight 145 lbs. – 154.9 pounds;
    5.Welterweight 155 lbs. – 169.9 pounds;
    6.Middleweight 170 lbs. – 184.9 pounds;
    7.Light Heavyweight 185 lbs. – 204.9 pounds;
    8.Heavyweight 204 lbs. – 264.9 pounds; and
    9.Super Heavyweight over 265 pounds.
    —-

    This for male mainly, at least they didnt have any idea that female division would grow so soon. So we need another thread for “Unified rules for female MMA” maybe? or we can add rules for female MMA in Unified rules.

    And Still ProElite doesnt publish full card for the next ShoXC and May31th. They are trying to copy Japanese style? i have to say its bAAAAD idea.
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    paw yes, i had mentioned in the archives *way* back about using similar ranges. no it is not perfect but it gives the best framework imo. if there are individual issues for fights or leagues then those could be worked out with agreed upon catch weights and other methods within those ranges. also, this way no matter what weights various leagues use they would all be covered and included within unified weight ranges. plus if most have no prob with 10 lb increments/cuts then all the 5’s would obviously also be included within each range…

    as for Elite they are not perfect either, nor is FFF, Bodog or any others…all have diff issues which could be improved upon. but Elite is doing tremendous things particularly now with the new CBS deal to give the largest exposure to women’s mma ever. so while i think it’s important to give constructive criticism and keep certain issues in check, there’s a tendency towards an approach that’s too militant using bs conspiracy theories and rumors which becomes counterproductive….
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    Nah, EliteXC is just getting their nose out of joint when their plans leak out on the internet. Their behaviour is stupid but no different than other promotions. Things will leak out and they need to get over it.
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    true to a point with actual plans, and by now it’s to be expected. like you said a lot of fans dig these conspiracy theories for whatever reasons but the problem is when things like that get started on Sherdog MB’s after awhile it becomes like the “telephone game”….bullshit then starts to be presented as actual fact, when in fact, it’s still bullshit…

    frankp316 wrote:
    Nah, EliteXC is just getting their nose out of joint when their plans leak out on the internet. Their behaviour is stupid but no different than other promotions. Things will leak out and they need to get over it.
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    koolpaw
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    im not talking about “range”. There are already regulations and rules which are used widely. And all u are talking about ur own mind ignoring them. Talking about each promotions or league and stick to the differences will make u walk in Jpanese MMA organizations footsteps=SLOW DEATH.

    If this topic was going like ” We need another regulation for female MMA? coz body-size and weight are different between male and female, and we also should think rules from social view” it must be constructive like mmajunkie and insideMMA`s “Elbow/Knee striking on the ground” argument. but its not.

    Plus No one is talking about ShoXC the title of this thread. we have staretd to focus on another theme so making another thread is better by now.
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    GFC wrote:
    true to a point with actual plans, and by now it’s to be expected. like you said a lot of fans dig these conspiracy theories for whatever reasons but the problem is when things like that get started on Sherdog MB’s after awhile it becomes like the “telephone game”….bullshit then starts to be presented as actual fact, when in fact, it’s still bullshit…

    frankp316 wrote:
    Nah, EliteXC is just getting their nose out of joint when their plans leak out on the internet. Their behaviour is stupid but no different than other promotions. Things will leak out and they need to get over it.

    I don’t go to their message board. I can create my own conspiracy theories without any help from them. 😆 EliteXC is pissed because half a dozen names have been rumoured to be Kimbo Slice’s opponent in the last week. But they can’t whine about it because the rumours create buzz and they need that. Right now they’re just being silly. There’s no solution. You just have to be sure your bullshit detector is on full strength 24/7.

    As far as weight divisions go, womens MMA is in its infancy right now so it’s like the wild west right now with many promoters making their own rules. As the sport matures, this will sort itself out and we’ll start to see more defined weight classes. I’m not concerned about it and since a lot of fighters are willing to fight outside standard weight classes, neither are they.
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    koolpaw
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    411 mania reported about the latest card of ShoXC

    female bouts are:
    televised
    Shayna “The Queen Of Spades” Baszler vs. Keiko Tamai
    at 140 pounds

    non-televised(boooo)
    Melanie LaCroix (1-0) vs. KC Noland (1-2)
    at 140 pounds
    Yoko Takahashi (13-9) vs. an opponent to be announced
    at 150 pounds.
    WTF??? ” an opponent to be announced ” ??? Cyborg is cancelled AGAIN?

    —–edit and add—
    THEY REMOVED YOKO`s NAME FROM THE FIGHT CARD ON THEIR PAGE

     

    AND ADVERTISING THE EVENT NOT MENTIONING ABOUT IT ON SUBFIGHTER`S FORUM

    huh? replacement fight is
    Telly Sanders (debut) vs. Roberto Vargas (1-0) ???
    What the hell is this?Newbies fight or what??
    THEY DONT TREAT LONG TIME FIGHTER WHO HAS GREAT HISTORY AND RECORDS FOR THIS SPORT RIGHT !!!

    F*CK YOU, GARY SHAW AND JEREMY LAPPEN !

    sorry for my French, but im really pissed 👿

    —-
    Totally messed up. New opponent name is shown for Melanie LaCroix,
    Melissa Vasquez
    And shes 125 er !!!

    WTF? copying HnS new comer tournament???

    —-more Edit
    screwed up again and again. suddenly Yoko`s Name is up on fight card.
    Breanne Vickers vs. Yoko Takahasi

    what??? Breanne Vickers s name is on the fight card of FFF4 !
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    frankp316
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    Now I’m starting to think something fishy is going on. Visa issues was the excuse the first time. I bet they’ll use that again.
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    koolpaw
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    NOW Yoko `s fight is pulled out officially. she has just posted about it on her blog saying:

    “My original opponent had visa trouble again, they found new girl for me, but she failed medical check. So My fight is canceled,. i will corner Tama-chan on 5th”
    She is too modest to complain about all these BS with ProElite.

    but im NOT. i will tell Japanese MMA blogger what ProElite has been doing to female MMA in Japanese next week after ShoXC .

    I wanna thank GaryShaw and Jeremy Lappen, They made my day. 👿

    oops forgot to say.
    Im really hoping great fight between Shayna and Tama-chan. Good luck for both of great fighters.
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    koolpaw
    Post subject: PostPosted: Sat Apr 05, 2008 9:46 pm

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    Shayna def. Tama chan via Neck Crank @ 1R

    Tama chan has escaped Shayna`s RNC and hard Pounding from back but got cought at almost last secs of the first Round.

    Was that No-gi jiujitu `s “Twister” or old catch wresling`s ” ground cobra twist”?

    i have seen it in the old pics of pro-wrestling also remenber once great old wrestler coach Kotetsu Yamamoto used it on a young wrestler with that hold on TV.
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    JDF
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    Shayna is definately versatile…seems like she can pull a submission from out of anywhere. Ohhh…and did you hear her call out Tara Larosa? lol…nice… She said for Tara to “come get you some.” I think that would a good one…Shayna is looking sharp.
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    That was a “Ground Cobra Twist”.

    Mic work.

    Ring attire and entrance.

    Ring name of “Queen of Spades”

    German Suplex too.

    Shayna is becoming a real pro wrestler now! Always impressing even me.
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    Congrats on the win Shayna! Damn girl… TWISTER! or ground cobra or whatever, but who else has EVER finished their opponent like that! Tara you better send her the duckets! 🙂
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    Pankration_MuayThai
    Post subject: PostPosted: Sun Apr 06, 2008 8:55 pm
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    very cool- is there a picture of that anywhere?
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    kaitlinrose
    Post subject: PostPosted: Mon Apr 07, 2008 11:01 am
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    Yeah, I haven’t been able to find it online anywhere yet. Sounds like it was awesome and seems to have opened some eyes…rock on Shayna!
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    Pankration_MuayThai
    Post subject: PostPosted: Mon Apr 07, 2008 4:50 pm
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    here’s the video-

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    oslooskar
    Post subject: PostPosted: Mon Apr 07, 2008 7:22 pm
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    That was very impressive to say the least. Thanks for the link!
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    Sako
    Post subject: PostPosted: Mon Apr 07, 2008 9:30 pm

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    It reminds me of GSP last domination of Matt Hughes. Very impressive, if Elite XC doesn’t give Shayna a spot on the big show, then screw them.
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    MNkkgMMA
    Post subject: PostPosted: Wed Apr 09, 2008 1:23 pm
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    video gone due to cbs copywrite
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    GFC
    Post subject: PostPosted: Wed Apr 09, 2008 2:25 pm
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    have it recorded but am on the road, card is scheduled to air again tonight Showtime at 9:15 pm PST…
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