SHINASHI VS. WATANABE IS ON!

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    Chad Moechnig
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    Post subject: SHINASHI VS. WATANABE IS ON! PostPosted: Fri Jun 09, 2006 1:20 pm

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    On August 4th, DEEP will return to Korakuen Hall.

    DEEP Executive Office has announced the six bouts for their August 4th Korakuen Hall card. The main event of the card will see former DEEP Middleweight Champion Ryuta Sakurai return to the ring after his disappointing cut loss to now-champion Ryo Chonan on February 5th. The R-BLOOD gym leader will take on French striker Xavier “Professor X” Foupa-Pokam. The focus of the card however, may not be the main event.

    The semi final bout of the evening will be a blockbuster joshi match up between super-striker Hisae Watanabe and “The Queen of Sambo” Satoko Shinashi. The bout, which was originally scheduled for DEEP’s fifth anniversary event on February 5th before injury postponed it, will crown the first DEEP Women’s Lightweight Champion, who will reign alongside other DEEP champions Ryo Chonan, Jutaro Nakao, Nobuhiro Obiya and Masakazu Imanari.

    The bout is actually a rematch between the two 48 kilogram queens. On December 29th, 2002, Shinashi and Watanabe met in the finals of Smackgirl’s 2002 Lightweight Japan Cup. The former IMTA Women’s Flyweight Champion Watanabe used her powerful striking to hurt Shinashi, scoring with sharp punches and knees. Undeterred, Shinashi was able to her grappling prowess to sink in a heel hook early in the second round, and submit the converted nak muay. The event was one in a string of many which prompted the young Watanabe focus on improving her ground technique.

    Since the loss to Shinashi, Watanabe has gone 7-1 with her sole loss coming to Yuka Tsuji. After the loss, Watanabe began training with Tsuji, a Smackgirl champion like Shinashi, to improve her ground skills. Now, the most devastating female striker in mixed martial arts will hope that she has improved her grappling enough to conquer the undefeated submission empress who will be looking to put another 48 kilogram championship title around her waist.

    DEEP Executive Office Presents DEEP: 25th Impact
    August 4th, 2006
    Korakuen Hall
    Tokyo, Japan
    Doors Open: 17:30
    Fights Start: 18:30

    Tentative Fight Card (Card Subject To Change):

    Open, 2R 5M
    Anthony Netzler (TEAM Boon!) vs. Muscle Hiranuma (Club EDO)

    70 KG, 2R 5M
    Isamu Sugiuchi (Team ROKEN) vs. Takeshi Yamazaki (Team GRABAKA)

    70 KG, 3R 5M
    Hidehiko Hasegawa (SK Absolute) vs. Ryan Bow (Kaminari Dojo)

    76 KG, 3R 5M
    Yukio Kubota (Freelance) vs. Jutaro Nakao (Freelance)

    For The Vacant DEEP Women’s Lightweight Championship
    48 KG, 2R 5M
    Hisae Watanabe (Freelance) vs. Satoko Shinashi (Freelance)

    83 KG, 3R 5M
    Xavier Foupa-Pokam (TEAM Boon!) vs. Ryuta Sakurai (R-BLOOD)

    Also Scheduled To Participate:
    Masakazu Imanari (Team ROKEN)
    Daisuke Ishii (Freelance)
    Kazunori Yokota (Team GRABAKA)
    YES!!!!!!! SHINASHI WILL DIE[/img]
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    Mighty Me
    Post subject: PostPosted: Fri Jun 09, 2006 1:51 pm

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    I dont think so Buddy
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    Sudoraba
    Post subject: PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2006 5:15 am

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    could this be the most important female MMA match yet so far? I defintely think so!
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    derUbermensc
    Post subject: PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2006 1:15 pm

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    Sudoraba wrote:
    could this be the most important female MMA match yet so far? I defintely think so!
    YES!!!!!!11
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    Rox21
    Post subject: PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2006 3:12 pm
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    Wow, that’s pretty high quality.
    Actually, that big news for women’s MMA but people probably have no idea unless they’re Japanese, or they read this forum.

    Can I repost this to Fightergirls.com
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    Jeff
    Post subject: PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2006 4:35 pm

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    As big as this is, Judy Neff vs. Jennifer Howe was an even more important fight.
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    derUbermensc
    Post subject: PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2006 5:05 pm

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    [quote=]As big as this is, Judy Neff vs. Jennifer Howe was an even more important fight.[/quote]

    I’ll say its comparable and leave it at that.
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