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DREAM Fight for Japan: Bantamweight Grand Prix is now all set with one additional bout and one altercation.
Last Wednesday, DREAM Fight for Japan: Bantamweight Grand Prix gets an additional bout and one altercation. After Willamy Freire withdrew from the tournament due to hand injury, Tatsuya Kawajiri will now face Drew Fickett on July 16. Also added to the fight card is a light heavyweight battle between Tatsuya Mizuno and Trevor Prangley.
DREAM Fight for Japan – dubbed as DREAM.17 – will feature a championship duel over Gegard Mousasi vs Hiroshi Izumi and Hiroyuki Takaya vs Kazuyuki Miyata. Mazakasu Imanari will square off against Hideo Tokoro at the Bantamweight Grand Prix finals.
The full card for DREAM.17 is posted after the jump.Read the rest of the article »
The Dean of Mean is distressed with another loss from Shark Fights 13. His fifth losing streak came from Trevor Prangley after getting a favorable score from two of the three judges. Can Jardine get his feet back on the trail?
Keith “The Dean of Mean” Jardine is a former Ultimate Fighter contestant who rose through the ranks, fighting in pay-per-view main events in UFC. But now, he’s fighting in the main card of a less prestigious pay-per-view fight last Saturday night. On Shark Fights 13, he was unable to get past Trevor Prangley via split decision. Prangley injured Jardine with a big knee to the head and a cut over his left eye. When Prangley looked like he was close to ending the fight via TKO, Jardine recovered well enough to attempt an arm bar and knee bar. Slowing down on the second round, Prangley landed a hard punch that knocked Jardine down. However, Jardine was able to hit a couple of leg kicks but did not take advantage of the awkward style. It was late in the third round that he felt a sense of urgency, attacking and giving combinations that had hurt Prangley. But it was too late and Prangley won 29-28 on the judges’ scorecards. Prangley improved his record to 23-6-1, while Jardine got another disappointing loss.View Article Source »
One is having a legal fight against beating an opponent after the bell. The other is battling against his loss from a past fight. Will Paul Daley and Jorge Masvidal brawl their way out of their respective controversies? That remains to be seen. For now, just place your bet on who will be the welterweight title holder on Shark Fights 13.
Shark Fights confirmed in an official release today that Paul Daley now has an opponent. The British welterweight fighter will face the American Top Team standout Jorge Masvidal. Shark Fights 13 will début the North American appearance of Daley after his controversial post fight at the UFC 113. According to Brent Medley, Sharks Fight matchmaker, choosing a contender against Daley is not an easy task. However, Masvidal became a clear choice after hearing that he is returning to the welterweight division.Read the rest of the article »
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