Sengoku and FEG promise an exciting New Year’s Eve events in Japan

Japanese Sengoku and FEG promotions will traditionally put up their best cards this year, with an entertaining New Year’s Eve events. It was not an easy year for Japanese Mixed Martial Arts scene, as these two fight cards will definitely to make a statement for 2011.

Sengoku will feature the stacked top-to-bottom WVR: Soul of Fight card, which will take place on December 30th at the Ariake Coliseum in Tokyo, Japan. The event will be headlined by a Featherweight collision between Marlon Sandro and Hatsu Hioki, as fighters like Kauzo Misaki, Maximo Blanco and Mamed Khalidov will all take part in the event. WVR: Soul of Fight is also expected to include names like Dan Hornbuckle and Megumi Fujii, whose opponents are yet to be announced.

FEG will present a combined event, featuring some of the best DREAM and K-1 fighters. DREAM Featherweight and Welterweight titles will be on the line, as Bibiano Fernandes will square off against Hiroyuki Takaya, and Marius Zaromskis will face the legendary Kazushi Sakuraba. Star-packed line-up will include names such as Shinya Aoki, Gegard Mousasi, Sergei Kharitonov, James Thomson, Tatsuya Kawajiri and Jerome LeBanner. The event will take place at Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan on December 31st.

So, it will be a great weekend of fights, with two stacked events in Japan and UFC 125 in Las Vegas, Nevada which will take place on January 1st.

Dynamite!! 2010 Fight Card

DREAM Featherweight Championship bout: Bibiano Fernandes vs. Hiroyuki Takaya
DREAM Welterweight Championship bout: Marius Žaromskis vs. Kazushi Sakuraba
DREAM Featherweight bout: Kazuyuki Miyata vs. Caol Uno
DREAM Lightweight bout: Tatsuya Kawajiri vs. Josh Thomson
DREAM/K-1 Special Rules bout: Shinya Aoki vs. Yuichiro Nagashima
DREAM Featherweight bout: Hideo Tokoro vs. Kazuhisa Watanabe
DREAM Welterweight bout: Hayato Sakurai vs. Jason High
DREAM vs. SRC Openweight bout: Ikuhisa Minowa vs. Hiroshi Izumi
K-1 bout: Gegard Mousasi vs. Kyotaro
K-1 MAX bout: Tetsuya Yamato vs. Akiyo Nishiura
DREAM Heavyweight bout: Tatsuya Mizuno vs. Sergei Kharitonov

DREAM Heavyweight bout: Satoshi Ishii vs. Jérôme Le Banner

Sengoku“>Sengoku WVR Fight Card

Featherweight Championship bout: Marlon Sandro (c) vs. Hatsu Hioki
SRC Middleweight bout: Yuki Sasaki vs. Mamed Khalidov
SRC Middleweight bout: Kazuo Misaki vs. Mike Seal
DREAM vs. SRC Lightweight bout: Maximo Blanco vs. Won Sik Park
DREAM vs. SRC Featherweight bout: Masanori Kanehara vs. Yoshiro Maeda
SRC Lightweight bout: Kazunori Yokota vs. Jadamba Narantungalag
SRC Heavyweight bout: Dave Herman vs. Yoshihiro Nakao
SRC Welterweight Grand Prix final: Yasubey Enomoto vs. Keita Nakamura
SRC Asian Bantamweight Grand Prix semi-final: Akitoshi Tamura vs. Taiyo Nakahara
SRC Asian Bantamweight Grand Prix semi-final: Manabu Inoue vs. Shunichi Shimizu
SRC Lightweight bout: Sotaro Yamada vs. Kim Yi Sak

  • overhand right

    i thought overeem was going to be fighting lashley? :(

  • Jamie Kennedy

    Dynamite card is stacked!! cant wait for that… Sengoku is shaping up nicely as well. Then UFC 125, what more could an MMA fan ask for….


    Dream ‘s card is much better

  • Frank904

    Does anyone know what the special rules fight includes With Aoki?

  • Jamie Kennedy

    alternating rounds between MMA and K1 rules! for example – the 1 st round will be MMA rules, the 2nd round will be K1 rules(striking only) and so on….

  • MMAW

    So how are the going to record this after the Special Rules fight? in the fighters Kickboxing record? or MMA record?

  • japanegro23

    I hope I’m off work!

  • Jamie Kennedy

    Im not sure… although I’d say if the fight is finished within the rules of MMA it will be counted on their MMA record, and vice versa!

  • Accyfist

    Can’t wait! I’ve got tickets for Dynamite. It’s looking good. It’s a day out is Dynamite. Last year I got there at 3 and left around 11 and they let you bring your own beer in…How good is that???? A lot of you are saying the Dynamite card is better than the Sengoku card. It’s good but in terms of explosive, don’t blink, people getting stretchered out, and back and forth wars, Sengoku is the one to watch. In fact I think I’ll get tickets for that too.

  • partyboy

    hey wait a second, aokis fighting ANOTHER nobody? this doesnt change anything though, hes still the p4p #1 greatest fighter in the world ever…

  • Ninja

    Hes not a nobody, he is a k-1 fighter n a pretty successful one, he has the potential of KO’ing Aoki in 30 secs but if the fight goes to the ground Aoki can sub him hin 30 secs

  • shogunasssasin

    im actually starting to believe that Saku will never ever retire and will actually die in the ring!… walk into the ring in a zimerframe with his young nephew feeding werthers original!…

    there should be a NYE 2030

    Sakuraba vs. Hoyce Gracie 2!.

    no time limit ….but they get to stop every half an hour for gas and air!…

    would be a epic match up!… haha

  • Prince

    the MMA gods have been very generous