ROAD FC announces 15 events for 2014 and partnership with CJ E&M

December 9, 2013 – ROAD Fighting Championship announces a full schedule for 2014 that will feature 15 events in Seoul, across South Korea, and Japan. To broadcast all of these events in Korea and to procure international distribution, ROAD FC has secured a partnership with South Korea’s largest media conglomerate, CJ E&M

SFL 2: Duffee vs. Grove, Kelly vs. Ruediger, and Schlemenko vs. Minowaman announced for April 7th event

Following the sell out success of SFL 1, India’s first MMA Organization Super Fight League (SFL) is proud to announce the following fights have been confirmed for SFL 2 taking place on Saturday 7th April.

ProElite 3: Grove vs. Minowa – LIVE results and play-by-play

“ProElite 3: Grove vs. Minowa” takes place this evening at the Neil S. Blaisdell Arena in Honolulu, Hawaii. The main event features UFC vet Kendall Gove taking on Japanese superstar Ikuhisa “Minowaman” Minowa in a middleweight showdown.

PRO ELITE Presents: Da Sypder vs. Minowaman – Airs tonight LIVE on HDNET

Mahalo! LIVE from Hawaii, HDNet will broadcast “ProElite Presents: Da Spyder vs. Minowaman” tomorrow night, January 21 at 10:00 p.m. ET. All eyes are on the main event as hometown boy Kendall “Da Spyder” Grove looks for redemption against Japanese Middleweight Ikuhisa “Minowaman” Minowa.

Ikuhisa Minowa knocks out Sokoudjou to become Super Hulk Tournament winner

Minowaman wins the Super Hulk Tournament!

In a surprise ending to DREAM’s Super Hulk Tournament, Ikuhisa “The Punk” Minowa knocked out Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou in the third round of their New Year’s Eve bout at FieLDS Dynamite!! 2009 in Saitama, Japan.

Each fighter appeared to have won one round a piece going into the third and final round. Both fighters were very tentative in the third, and in fact were penalized with two yellow cards a piece for inactivity. However, when Minowa finally struck, he only needed one punch to land, and Sokoudjou went to the mat.

It was a short left hook that dropped Sokoudjou backward, bending his legs beneath him, and caused the referee to step in. Sokoudjou appeared to think the stoppage was early, but it was too late, the Japanese were already celebrating their hero.

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