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143lbs 3x5 minute rounds
Bao Quach 143lbs v “Kid” Yamamoto 143lbs
(Next Generation) 5-5 (Pure Bred, Tokyo) 4-1
This has the ear-markings of an epic battle. Quach is one of the toughest American fighters at 145lbs. He is a master of submissions but will not hesitate to stand and throw. Yamamoto is explosive! He has one gear….overdrive! An Olympic level wrestler who likes to brawl. The winner of this fight will certainly be a top challenger to the 145lb Super Brawl Championship Belt.
185lbs 3x5 minute rounds
Kyle Jensen 185lbs v Falaniko Vitale 167.5lbs
(Team Extreme) 27-2 (Grappling Unlimited) 12-1
Jensen is a rising star in the mid-western fight circuit. He has amassed his impressive record with a well rounded arsenal and tremendous stamina. Vitale has been unstoppable as of late and will look to impose his will on Jensen early. Vitale is fast becoming an internationally recognized fighter and is already on the "short list" at the UFC.......He will have the eyes of the world on him once again.
183.2lbs 3x5 minute rounds
Masanori Suda v Egan Inoue 183.2lbs
(Tokyo) Shooto Champion (Grappling Unlimited) SB Champion
A fight that has been years in the making. Suda holds the prestigious Shooto belt and Inoue carries the Super Brawl belt. They are both well rounded fighters who have developed Championship level talent. Suda will likely start slow and began to push the fight in the 2nd and 3rd round. Suda will attempt to gain top position on the ground and score points. Suda is very adept at winning fights that go the distance. Inoue, on the other hand, has been finishing most of his fights by K.O. or submission. It will be a tough decision for Inoue, if he decides to go for an early submission or knock-out he will risk tiring later in the fight. But if he lets Suda dictate the pace he will risk losing a decision.