Dream: New Year! 2011 – fight videos

Watch Dream: New Year! 2011 bouts between Shinya Aoki vs. Satoru Kitaoka, Megumi Fuji vs. Karla Benitez, Ryo Chonan vs. Hayato Sakurai and the tournament final between Bibiano Fernandes vs. Antonio Banuelos.

Dream ‘Genki Desu Ka!!’ LIVE blog (1 a.m. ET)

After UFC 141 ends, be sure to join us right here at ProMMANow.com for a live blog of Dream Genki Desu Ka! Richard Anderson Mann will follow along with all the MMA, K-1 and professional wrestling action. The show starts at 1:00 a.m. ET and continues until 10:00 a.m.

ProMMANow.com’s guide to Dream’s Genki Desu Ka!!

If you are planning on spending nine-straight hours watching Dream’s New Year’s Eve event on HDNet the night before the big holiday, then you need to check out ProMMANow.com’s guide.

Shinya Aoki video training blog for “DREAM: New Year! 2011”

Go behind-the-scenes into the training camp of DREAM lightweight champion Shinya Aoki as he prepares for his title defense against Satoru Kitaoka at “DREAM: Genki Desu Ka!” on New Year’s Eve in Saitama, Japan.

“Soul of Fight” card complete for Dec. 30; airs on HDNet in two parts starting Jan. 14

World Victory Road presents: Soul of Fight is scheduled to take place Dec. 30 in Tokyo, Japan. Just added bouts with Dan Hornbuckle vs. Ryo Chonan and Megumi Fujii vs. Emi Fujino complete the card.

Ryo Chonan defeats Jutaro Nakao in “DEEP – 43 Impact” main event – Full Results

Photo by: Sportsnavi - Ryo Chonan helps up Jutaro Nakao after destroying his leg (notice bruising) at "DEEP - 43 Impact."
Photo: Sportsnavi - Ryo Chonan helps up Jutaro Nakao after destroying his leg (notice bruising) at DEEP - 43 Impact.

On Sun., Aug. 23, 2009, Ryo Chonan made his homecoming to the Japanese DEEP organization by taking on Jutaro Nakao in the main event at “DEEP – 43 Impact” at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo. In the first round, Chonan picked Nakao apart with powerful leg kicks. In rounds two and three, Chonan took Nakao to the canvas and used ground and pound attacks to grind out a unanimous decision. It was a sweet victory for Chonan who was released by the UFC following a loss to T.J. Grant back in April.

There were two titles on the line at “DEEP – 43 Impact.” Takafumi Otsuka upset the champ Dokonjonosuke Mishima by unanimous decision to take home the featherweight title, and in his first bantamweight title defense Masakau Imanari defeated Tomohiko Hori also by unanimous decision.

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Ryo Chonan vs. Jutaro Nakao headlines “DEEP – 43 Impact” on Aug. 23

“DEEP – 43 Impact” takes place Sun., Aug. 23 at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan. In addition to two title fights on the card, Ryo Chonan (15-10) will have a Japan homecoming as he gets back to action in his first bout since being released from the UFC earlier this year.

Chonan went 1-3 in the UFC after arriving in 2007. All his bouts within the UFC went to decision, with losses to Karo Parisyan, Brad Blackburn, and most recently to T.J. Grant at UFC 97. He did defeat Roan Carneiro at UFC 88 via split decision.

Chonan will be taking on the very tough Jutaro Nakao (22-14-4) in the main event. Nakao is a 13-year veteran who defeated Tony DeSouza at UFC 33 via second round knockout. He then went the distance with Sean Sherk at UFC 36, losing a unanimous decision.

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