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Well known for being home to some of the best kick boxing in the world, Alpha-1 has most recently set their sights on another fast rising sport; vale tudo or "No-Holds-Barred". A vicious style of fighting featuring strikes, grappling and submission holds. Their inaugural event for this sport will be held at Alpha-1: Total War 2000.

The fighters involved include former kickboxers and NHB stars alike, including the likes of Edilberto "Ghetto Kid" de Silva, a hard hitting street tough from Brazil known for his violent fighting style and raw muay thai skills, Oleg Dorosklov, a judo Olympian making his NHB debut, Dustin "Big Time" Harris, an undefeated ADCC veteran with powerful takedowns and relentless chokes and Yoshida Takahashi, a catch wrestling expert with a wide array of finishing holds. These fighters and many more will be putting it all on the line, this Saturday at Saitama Super Arena.

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FIGHTS


Fumiaki Hayashi vs Motoki Hojo
Edilberto de Silva vs Fujimaro Hidaka
Hiro Arai vs Eien Kawano
Oleg Dorokslov vs Suncho Sakurai
Ari Peltonen vs Takafumi Ando
Kojuro Kudo vs Tadao Miyazaki
Dustin Harris vs Shinji Oiwa
Eisaku Nozaki vs Yoritomo Ita
Yoshida Takahashi vs Naizen Hamacho


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RULES


Bouts will be one 30 minute round and will be judged as a whole.
Elbow strikes are legal, both standing and on the ground.
Knees, stomps and kicks to the head of a downed opponent are legal.
The referee CANNOT stand up two fighters due to inactivity.
If a fighter is knocked down, he will be issued a ten-count. If he cannot continue, the fight will be ruled a KO.

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FIGHT #1

Yoshida Takahashi
28
5'7"
155lbs
72" reach
11-4-3
Strengths: Unpredictable, leg locks, All Japan Combat Wrestling 70kg Champion

Naizen Hamacho
25
5'10"
155lbs
73" reach
7-0-0
Strengths: Takedown defense, kickboxing experience, knockout power

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

Hamacho comes out swinging, hoping to catch Takahashi with punches early. Takahashi is surprisingly elusive on his feet, using good footwork to keep away from the strikes of the former pro kickboxer. Takahashi throws a wild spinning heel kick, showing off his unpredictability, though it is easily dodged by the veteran striker in Hamacho. Takahashi checks a low kick. Takahashi has shown throughout this fight he is more than just a submission specialist, showcasing good defensive and offensive stand up. Takahashi leaps in for a jumping knee, catching Hamacho on his chin! Hamacho is wobbly! Takahashi dives in to grab a leg, immediately going for a heel hook. A rocked Hamacho defends it well and winds up with Takahashi in his half guard. This is a bad position for Hamacho, as he is on the ground with one of the best grapplers in the world. Immediately Takahashi goes for a kimura, cranking it hard, but is unable to get the tap from a tenacious Hamacho. He opts to switch to a keylock, but is once again unable to force the tap. Takahashi rolls back for a kneebar, but Hamacho pops his leg out with relative ease. Takahashi, while a bit frustrated, does not give up and continues to look for the submission finish. Takahashi is in arm triangle position, but is stuck in half guard. He frees his leg and swings over Hamacho's body, putting an immense amount of pressure on the neck of his opponent. After 10 seconds, Hamacho succumbs to the submission and taps out.

Showcasing a wide variety of skills, most impressively his ability to rock Hamacho on the feet, Yoshida Takahashi wins a one sided victory via tap out due to an arm triangle choke.

FIGHT #2


Eisaku Nozaki
25
5'11"
205lbs
72" reach
6-2-0
Strengths: Heavy hands, good chin

Yorimoto Ina
30
5'11"
205lbs
72" reach
21-8-0
Strengths: Veteran experience, submission expert, very durable

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

Nozaki steps in and throws some wild punches but is countered with a nice combination to the chin from Ina. Ina shoots in for a takedown, but is stuffed and pulled into a clinch. Both fighters break away. Ina is looking to stand and bang. Ina throws a nice jab but Nozaki uses head movement to dodge the punch. Nozaki fires back a jab of his own but is countered with another nice combination. Both fighters continue to strike for a minute more before Ina shoots in for a takedown, only succeeding in pushing Nozaki against the ropes. They clinch once again, Ina landing a sharp elbow to the face of Nozaki, opening up a gash above his eye. Ina lands another nice elbow before backing off, looking to continue standing with Nozaki. Before they can continue, the ref jumps pauses the fight to have the doctor check Nozaki's cut. The ref looks at the gash on his forehead, but signals it will not be a problem. The ref restarts the fight. Both men, while hard hitting and a bit wild, have spent much of this fight feeling each other out and landing decent strikes. I'm not sure why Ina has not went for the takedown, as he is much more adept on the ground. Nozaki looks tired. Both men clinch for a good amount of time against the ropes, breaking away after a good amount of dirty boxing. Finally, Ina shoots in for a takedown and trips Nozaki who pulls half guard. Ina easily moves to mount and is now throwing down some good elbows, though there doesn't seem to be too much behind them. Nozaki is tired but continues to try to escape, accidentally giving up his back in the process! Sensing the end, Ina begins to unload with punches the back of Nozaki's head. Nozaki attempts to roll over, but is stopped by the much more experienced grappler in Ina. Ina continues to throw down hard punches, dumping what energy he has left in an attempt to end this grueling affair. Ina lands some nice hard shots to the back of Nozaki's head, prompting him to tap out.

After a long, grueling bout, Ina ends the fight with strikes from the top. Yorimoto Ina wins via tap out due to punches.

FIGHT #3


Dustin Harris
23
5'8"
155lbs
72" reach
10-0-0
Strengths: Takedowns, ADCC veteran, well rounded

Shinji Oiwa
33
5'8"
68" reach
7-4-0
Strengths: Karate black belt, hard to put away, kickboxing experience

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

Oiwa seems to be a bit cocky, clearly not respecting the stand up Harris. Hands down, Oiwa faints some punches, attempting to draw Harris in. Harris steps in, faking a jab and getting double underhooks on Oiwa. With ease, Harris lifts up the karate black belt and slams him to the ground. In half guard, Harris throws some big left hands but is dealt with by Oiwa. After a few seconds, Harris easily moves into side mount. Oiwa shows relative experience on the ground, attempting to pull guard. Harris moves quickly, trapping the arm of Oiwa and attaining the reverse crucifix position! He unloads with big elbows, Oiwa getting cut on the bridge of his nose. With Oiwa unable to defend, the referee steps in and stops the fight.

In a one sided affair, Oiwa is dominated on the ground on route to a TKO loss. Dustin Harris wins by referee stoppage due to strikes.

FIGHT #4


Kojuro Kudo
27
5'10"
185lbs
70" reach
10-2-0 1NC
Strengths: Well rounded, great boxing, devastating low kicks

Tadao Miyazaki
24
5'9"
185lbs
70" reach
7-0-0
Strengths: Karate black belt, unorthodox style, underrated ground game

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

Miyazaki is elusive, moving around the ring in a somewhat traditional karate stance. The more aggressive Kudo cannot seem to figure out Miyazaki, already showing signs of being flustered. Miyazaki moves around the ring with ease, hitting a nice leg kick that cause Kudo to stumble. He can't take many of those. Miyazaki throws another but Kudo wisely stays out of range. They wind up in a clinch, Kudo throwing some nice uppercuts from the over-under clinch. Kudo seems to be finding his rhythm as he begins to land with more frequency. Kudo is cut off, however, as Miyazaki lands a nice counter right that drops his opponent. The referee begins the ten-count. It looks like things might be over for Kudo, but he miraculously stands up after 9 seconds. He is wobbly, though, Miyazaki should go in for the kill. Miyazaki lands a nice counter body kick. Miyazaki slips a punch and once again lands a leg kick. Kudo begins to show the effects of these kicks, as he is now limping. Kudo is being completely out classed in the stand up, and is once again caught with a big punch that floors him. The referee starts the ten-count. Kudo stands up after 7 seconds. They continue to stand, Miyazaki patiently picking apart a battered Kudo. They wind up in a clinch and Miyazaki pushes Kudo against the ropes, beginning to show some fatigue. They break. Kudo gets caught with a right straight as he steps in, knocking him down for a third time. Once again he is up at 9 seconds. The referee would do well to stop this fight. So far this fight has yet to go to the ground, Miyazaki continuing to pick apart Kudo who is nearly out on his feet. Kudo takes a hard low kick. Both men are exhausted, Miyazaki becoming a bit frustrated that he cannot put Kudo away. Kudo lands a nice body kick. Miyazaki counters with a nice flurry of punches, knocking Kudo down again. The referee starts the ten-count. Kudo is up at 9 seconds. Miyazaki looks to the ref, probably wondering why the ref has yet to stop this one sided fight. Miyazaki lands a big right hand, nearly dropping Kudo. Kudo covers up as Miyazaki lands a big combination, the effects of the flurry not showing until Kudo stumbles back. Seeing an opening, Miyazaki throws a head kick. Failing to bring his hands up in time, Kudo takes it full force against his jaw and goes down against the ropes, the referee jumping in before Miyazaki can land follow up punches.

After a very grueling affair that saw Miyazaki dominate Kudo in the stand up, it ends with a devastating knockout. Tadao Miyazaki wins by KO.

FIGHT #5


Ari Peltonen
34
6'2"
236lbs
77" reach
23-7-0
Strengths: Well rounded, power, dominant top game

Takafumi Ando
29
6'1"
264lbs
72" reach
14-10
Strengths: Size, power, durability

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

Peltonen immediately lands a right hook and shoots for a takedown, but is unable to complete it on the gigantic Ando. Ando attempts to muscle Peltonen up against the ropes but is surprised to find Peltonen out wrestling him. Showcasing insane strength, Peltonen gets double underhooks and lifts the 264 pound Ando up and slams him to the ground. Peltonen moves to mount and begins to pound away on a defenseless Ando. Ando rolls, giving up his back to Peltonen. Peltonen pounds away with elbows to the back of the head, but the referee is not stepping in. Peltonen is unloading with punches and elbows to the back of the head of Ando, but the referee still has yet to stop the fight. Peltonen continues to unload with punches but is only succeeding in punching himself out. Ando is unable to move Peltonen off of him. Peltonen unloads with big elbows to back of the head of Ando, forcing him to tap out.

In another one sided fight, Ando is dominated from the opening bell. Ari Peltonen wins via tap out due to elbows.

Fight #6

Oleg Dorosklov
37
5'9"
185
71" reach
MMA debut
Strengths: Judo black belt, durability

Suncho Sakurai
27
5'10"
185lbs
74" reach
9-3-0
Strengths: Karate black belt, good chin, elusive

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

Dorosklov is sporting a judo gi. Both men feel each other out, surprisingly Dorosklov looks comfortable on his feet. This has to be due to his striking training with local Ukrainian kickboxers. Dorosklov throws a wild punch and is able to get a nice takedown on Sakurai, ending up in half guard. Dorosklov easily mounts the karate fighter. Sakurai tries to sweep him, but only succeeds in giving up his back. Dorosklov unloads with some punches, but cannot finish Sakurai. Sakurai escapes out the back door and they're back to standing. Dorosklov once again shoots in for a takedown, but is stuffed and now Sakurai takes his back! He pounds away, but is subsequently reversed and now has Dorosklov in his guard. Dorosklov passed guard into side control and immediately has a hold of a key lock! Sakurai taps quickly, looking like may have hurt his arm.

Pulling off the upset in his first fighter ever, Oleg Dorosklov wins via tap out due to a keylock.

FIGHT #7

Hiro Aria
28
6'2"
238lbs
75" reach
14-4-0
Strengths: Kickboxing experience, knockout power, well rounded

Eien Kawano
26
6'3"
251lbs
77" reach
3-0-0
Strengths: Size, wrestling, heavy hands

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

Immediately Kawano is knocked down by a good right hook from Arai. The referee starts the ten-count. Kawano is up at 7 seconds. Arai lands a nice leg kick. Kawano throws some wild punches and shoots in for a trip takedown. Arai stuffs it with ease and rolls the turtled Kawano over into side control. Kawano tries to sweep Arai but only suceeds in moving Arai to north-south position. Arai pounds away with elbows to the stomach. Arai moves to side control and begins to pound away with big punches. Kawano is turtling up as Arai lands punch after punch. The referee gives Kawano some time to defend, but is eventually forced to step in.

Hiro Arai wins by referee stoppage due to strikes.

Edilberto de Silva
24
5'7"
161lbs
70" reach
11-2-1
Strengths: Leg kicks, muay thai clinch, finishing ability

Fujimaro Hidaka
26
5'5"
155lbs
68"
4-1-0
Strengths: Kickboxing experience, always improving, taekwondo black belt

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

Both fighters come out guns blazing, but are unable to do much damage. They fall into the clinch and immediately de Silva is throwing hard uppercuts. They break. Hidaka gets caught coming with a huge right hand and stumbles, grabbing the ropes to keep himself from falling. de Silva runs over and lands a big knee to the face of Hidaka. Hidaka falls to the ground, already out and his hand still grips the ropes. de Silva unloads with huge punches to the face, the referee jumping in and pulling him off!

Edilberto de Silva wins by KO.

FIGHT #8


Fumiaki Hayashi
32
5'8"
155lbs
67" reach
16-4-0
Strengths: Great striking, well rounded, kicks

Motoki Hojo
26
5'9"
155lbs
71" reach
15-3-0
Strengths: Ranked internationally in competitive Wing Chun, kickboxing experience, unorthodox

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

Both men come and are looking to fight! Hojo lands a nice spinning back kick to the body but is caught with a nice right hand. They are both in the pocket exchanging! Hojo lands a big right hand, that's the best punch of the fight so far. So far Hojo looks to be the more accurate striker, but gets tagged with a big right! He stumbles back, he's hurt! Hayashi throws a flying knee but misses, both fighters once again throwing caution to the wind, tagging each other at will. Both men are going at it, but Hayashi seems to be landing the harder shots. Hojo goes down after a big right the temple! He recovers and is back to his feet before the referee can start the count. The referee restarts the fighters. Hojo throws a leg kick, but Hayashi steps out of range. Seeing the opportunity, Hayashi throws a picture perfect head kick that catches Hojo on the jaw, knocking him to the ground. It's all over, he is out cold!

Both men let it all hang out in this fight, showcasing technical striking and heart, but it was the powerful and more accurate striking of Hayashi that was the deciding factor. Fumiaki Hayashi wins by KO.

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ALPHA-1: VALE TUDO 2000

Alpha-1 is set to put on their next event, with exciting match ups that will leave everyone hoping for more. New CEO of the promotion, Scott Avatar, had this to say:

"We're very excited to put on our next vale tudo style event. As a promotion that has always looked to put on great, memorable fights, we pride ourselves in allowing fighters of every style to showcase their talents on a big stage. Officially, our focus has been shifted to the world of NHB. While we will continue to put on kickboxing and shootboxing style events, we are now aiming to become a primarily vale tudo promotion."

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FIGHTS

Kunimichi Kikuchi vs Palmer Lette
Carlos da Guia vs Chew Chua
Felipe Luiz Rosa vs Nazario Pessao
Ebizo Fujishima vs Kyuwa Itou
Gekko Goto vs Tsuramatsu Inoue
Mason Archer vs Gyokusho Fujimoto
Ikku Funaki vs Simon Vine
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FIGHT #1


Ikku Funaki
29
5'7"
170lbs
68" reach
14-4-0
Strengths: Heavy hands, vicious ground & pound, fast

Simon Vine
30
5'10"
170lbs
73" reach
19-6-0
Strengths: Dirty boxing, takedowns, smothering top control

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

Vine shoots out a jab but is countered by a nice combination from Funaki. They go toe-to-toe in the stand up, but neither fighter landing anything significant. Vine would do well to take this to the ground. He does so, shooting for a double leg and taking Funaki down to the mat. Funaki pulls guard. Vine has great top control and looks like he's comfortable to just sit in Funaki's guard and throw down punches. He can generate so much force from such a short amount of distance. Funaki attempts to push him off in a scramble, but fails to do so, giving up side control in the process. Vine shifts to mount with relative ease. Vine is throwing down big punches, Funaki needs to do something or the fight will be stopped! With Funaki taking damage, the referee stops the fight.

Simon Vine wins by referee stoppage due to strikes.

Fight #2


Mason Archer
27
6'8"
160lbs
84" reach
15-3-0
Strengths: Size, boxing, leg kicks

Gyokusho Fujimoto
24
6'4"
242lbs
78" reach
6-0-0
Strengths: Kickboxing experience, takedown defense, world class striking

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

Fujimoto throws a nice combination but is out of range as Archer is able to use his height to slip the punches. Fujimoto throws a jab but misses, then counters a jab with a right straight. Fujimoto keeps distance with his opponent, shooting out the jab. Both men seem tentative. Fujimoto is doing well, using his technical striking to keep out of range of Archer who has been continuously trying to get the clinch position but to no avail. Archer evades a big right hand. Archer rushes in and tags Fujimoto with a nice right hook! They begin to trade, both tagging each other with some big shots! An overhand right from Fujimoto lands right on the button, dropping Archer to the ground like a tree having been just cut down.

Gyokusho Fujimoto wins by KO.

FIGHT #3


Gekko Goto
27
6'0"
205lbs
77" reach
5-0-0
Strengths: Takedowns, submissions, conditioning

Tsuramatsu Inoue
33
5'10"
205lbs
71" reach
24-15-2 3NC
Strengths: Good chin, heavy hands, finishing ability

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

Inoue comes out guns blazing, landing some big shots that force Goto back! Goto shows good head movement, however, slipping out of the way of the harder shots. Inoue lands a jab. Goto seems uncomfortable in the stand up. Inoue continues to throw punches, landing some but Goto is able to slip most. Inoue counters a right hook with a flurry of punches, I think those hurt Goto! He's wobbly! Goto ducks out of the way of a jumping knee, but ends up getting caught with a few more good punches from Inoue. Goto clinches, getting double underhooks. It looks like he wants to slam Inoue! He is unable to, however, Inoue slipped out of the clinch. Goto weaves out of the way of a right hook and lands a nice left. Goto shoots for a takedown, finally, but is unsuccessful. Inoue moves forward and lands some good shots that have Goto covering up against the ropes! He's hurt! Inoue looks tired and allows Goto to circle. Inoue stuffs another takedown. Goto shoots for another takedown and after a struggle, gets it. Inoue pulls half guard. Goto easily moves to mount and begins to pound away on Inoue! With Inoue unable to get out of this bad position, the referee stop the fight.

Gekko Goto wins by referee stoppage due to strikes.

FIGHT #4


Ebizo Fujishima
37
5'9"
190lbs
68" reach
24-12-0
Strengths: Veteran experience, takedowns, submissions

Kyuwa Itou
32
5'11"
182lbs
73" reach
22-11-0
Strengths: Well rounded, tough, striking

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

Both men meet at the center of the ring, Itou immediately landing a nice right. Fujishima has his hands very low, almost asking to get knocked out by the more able striker in Itou. Itou lands a nice jab but misses a low kick, allowing Fujishima to land a punch of his own. Itou is stalking Fujishima. Fujishima shoots in for a takedown but eats a counter right hand, knocking him to the ground. The referee starts the ten-count. Fujishima is up at 8. The fight is restarted. Itou counters a jab with a hard leg kick. Fujishima shoots in but is stuffed with ease. Fujishima continues to shoot for takedowns but is stopped at every turn. Itou lands yet another hard leg kick. Fujishima shoots for a takedown as Itou throws a kick, getting his opponent to the mat. Itou pulls guard. Itou is smothered as Fujishima catches is breath on top. Fujishima passes to side mount with ease. Fujishima reverses a sweep attempt and has Itou's back! He's throwing down big punches, Itou looks hurt! The referee stops it!

Ebizo Fujishima wins by referee stoppage due to strikes.

FIGHT #5


Felipe Luiz Rosa
29
6'2"
237lbs
77" reach
11-5-0
Strengths: Boxing, heavy hands, good chin

Nazario Pessao
26
6'1"
230lbs
73" reach
8-0-0
Strengths: Jiu-jitsu, knockout power, finishing ability

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

Rosa counters a body kick with a right hook. Pessao moves into the clinch, forcing Rosa against the ropes. Pessao goes for the trip and gets it! Rosa pulls half guard. Immediately Pessao goes for a kimura, cranking it hard! Rosa fights it off, but it may have hurt his arm in the process. Pessao moves to mount and begins to throw down some elbows. Rosa is cut over his eye. Pessao spins for an armbar with amazing speed, forcing the tap almost immediately!

Nazario Passao wins via tap out due to an armbar.

FIGHT #6

Carlos da Guia
28
5'9"
170lbs
73" reach
15-0-0
Strengths: Devastating striking, good in the clinch, elusive

Chew Chua
28
5'11"
170lbs
71" reach
17-4-0
Strengths: Thai boxing champion, knockout power, world class striking

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

da Guia faints a right and moves into the clinch, pushing Chua against the ropes. He breaks to throw some strikes, but finds himself countered by Chua who knocks da Guia down with a right hook! The referee starts the ten-count. da Guia is up at 7. The referee restarts the fighters. Both fighters exchange strikes, Chua landing a nice right hook-leg kick combination, da Guia landing some punches of his own. While it is competitive, Chua looks to be the better striker. Chua checks a low kick. da Guia lands a nice leg kick. Chua counters a body kick with a jab. da Guia counters Chua with a big right hook of his own, knocking down the Thai boxing champion! The referee starts the ten-count. Chua is up at 7. Both men have traded knockdowns now, da Guia evening the score. da Guia is beginning to find his rhythm. Chua counters a low kick with a straight right, knocking da Guia on his keister! The referee starts the ten-count. da Guia is unable to continue after a count of 10, Chew Chua is the winner!

Chew Chua wins by KO.

FIGHT #7

Kunimichi Kikuchi
34
6'3"
229lbs
77" reach
25-3-0
Strengths: Takedowns, dirty boxing, grinding style

Palmer Lette
35
6'5"
265lbs
80" reach
19-5-2 2NC
Strengths: Heavy hands, size, power

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

Kikuchi immediately shoots for the takedown but is stopped as Lette stuffs it, forcing Kikuchi into the turtle position. Using size to keep Kikuchi turtled, Lette lands some big shots to the side of Kikuchi's head. A lot of these shots are clearly hurting him. Kikuchi is struggling to deal with these shots. He's able to get back to his feet. They clinch, Lette using his size to muscle Kikuchi against the ropes. Kikuchi spins him around using his superior wrestling, but is unable to takedown the massive Lette. Finally, after numerous attempts, Kikuchi is able to trip Lette to the ground. Lette pulls guard. Kikuchi easily gets to side mount, then full mount! He's raining down punches as Lette attempts to sweep him, but only succeeds in giving up his back. Lette is getting destroyed as Kikuchi wails on him from the back! The referee stops it!

Kunimichi Kikuchi wins by referee stoppage due to strikes.
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ALPHA-1: HEAVYWEIGHT TOURNAMENT

As Alpha-1 nears their third vale tudo event, the promotion hopes to crown their first ever heavyweight champion in an 8-man tournament. Featuring some of the best fighters out there, all fighters were matched in a random drawing.

FIGHTS


TOURNAMENT BOUTS
Hassan Fezzik vs Hiro Arai
Illson de Lima vs Arken Sarkisian
Dias Candido vs Julio Correa
Gyokusho Fujimoto vs Gerson Mauricio


NON-TOURNAMENT BOUTS
Daigo Kitaguchi vs Ikuhisa Tamura
Aluizio da Assuncao vs Flavio Alberto
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FIGHT #1


Aluizio da Assuncao
25
6'1"
205lbs
72" reach
MMA Debut
Strengths: Muay thai, wrestling, knockout power

Flavio Alberto
24
6'1'"
203lbs
74" reach
1-0-0
Strengths: Boxing, knockout power, elusive

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

Alberto misses a jab, allowing Assuncao to land a nice hook to the body. Assuncao throws a combination but is countered with a right hand from Alberto. Staying elusive, Alberto moves out of range as Assuncao attempts to land some big punches. They wind up in the clinch, Assuncao using his size to muscle Alberto against the ropes. He lands a nice elbow and steps back to strike, but is unable to land anything significant. Alberto counters a leg kick with a jab. A jab misses and Assuncao is able to land a snapping body kick. After a bit of tentativeness from both men, they exchange, allowing Alberto to land a nice left straight that puts Assuncao down. The referee starts the ten-count. A wobbly Assuncao is back up at 9 seconds. The referee restarts the fighters in the center. Alberto checks a low kick and lands a right hand. Assuncao looks uncomfortable after being knocked down, unable to put forth anything against Alberto. Alberto is landing at will. Alberto avoids a low kick. We move into the halfway point of this fight. Alberto lands a nice right hand that wobbles Assuncao. Assuncao counters a punch with a hard low kick. Assuncao slips past another combination of Alberto's and lands a right hand-leg kick combo of his own. Assuncao lands two more low kicks, a third being checked. He's beginning to land at will. We enter the final five minutes of this 30 minute fight. Neither fighter backs down, advancing and continuing to land on each other. Assuncao lands two leg kicks, once again. One minute remains. A tired Assuncao throws a sloppy punch that is counter by a big combination from Alberto! Assuncao stumbles back, he's hurt! Alberto throws a flurry of punches, Assuncao can do nothing but cover up against the ropes! He is saved by the bell.

After 30 minutes, the fight will now go to the scorecards... and now, the winner by a 2-1 decision... Aluizio da Assuncao! A very close fight that could have gone either way. Alberto was able to hurt Assuncao twice with his heavy hands, but the deciding factor was Assuncao's accurate kicks and combinations.

FIGHT #2

Daigo Kitaguchi
27
6'1"
242lbs
74" reach
5-3-0
Strengths: Wrestling, durable, ground & pound

Ikuhisa Tamura
33
6'1"
244lbs
74" reach
19-8-0
Strengths: Iron chin, heavy hands, takedowns

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

Tamura lands a nice right hook, catching Kitaguchi on the cheek. Not keen on striking with a knockout artist like Tamura, Kitaguchi keeps away from his opponent. This fails, as Tamura is landing at will, landing almost everything he throws. Kitaguchi is back pedaling, he has not put forth any offense throughout this fight. Kitaguchi gets caught with a big right hand that catches him on the nose, causing him to stumble back against the ropes. Tamura unloads on him with big punches, forcing the referee to come in and stop the fight!

Ikuhisa Tamura wins by referee stoppage due to strikes.

QUARTER-FINAL FIGHT #1

Gyokusho Fujimoto
24
6'4"
242lbs
78" reach
7-0-0
Strengths: Kickboxing experience, takedown defense, world class striking

Gerson Mauricio
26
6'2"
242lbs
77" reach
8-0-0
Strengths: Knockout power, kickboxing experience, cardio

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

The winner of this fight will move on to the semi-finals. Fujimoto counters a jab with a picture perfect kick to the body. Fujimoto counters with a jab. Fujimoto avoids a spinning back fist and fires back with a stinging low kick. Fujimoto counters a jab with another leg kick. Fujimoto is lighting up the legs of Mauricio, landing yet another counter leg kick. Fujimoto dodges a jab and lands another leg kick. Fujimoto appears to be the more technical kick boxer and is show casing a very patient style in this fight. We reach the half-way point of this 30 minute fight. Fujimoto has spent the better part of this fight peppering Mauricio's legs with kicks. Mauricio doesn't look like he has much fight left in him. Mauricio counters a low kick with a big combination of punches! He is unable to follow up, as Fujimoto circles and one again lands a low kick. Mauricio lands another nice combination that stumbles Fujimoto. Fujimoto fires back with a punch of his own. Mauricio counters another kick with a big flurry of punches. They men look exhausted. We enter the final minute of the fight. The bell sounds after neither man did much, signaling the end of this fight.

After 30 minutes, the fight will now go to the scorecards... and now, the winner by a 3-0 decision... Gyakusho Fujimoto! He will now face the winner of Candido/Correa in the semi-finals.

QUARTER-FINAL FIGHT #2

Dias Candido
28
6'1"
230lbs
72"
7-4-0
Strengths: Boxing, knockout power, chin

Julio Correa
25
6'1'"
230lbs
74" reach
6-0-0
Strengths: Boxing, underrated ground game, good off his back

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

The winner of this fight will win their spot to face Fujimoto in the semi-finals. Correa comes out guns blazing, able to land a nice combination that rocks Candido! Correa has Candido covering up against the ropes, landing punches at a blindingly fast rate! Candido goes down, Correa continues to throw punches! The referee pulls him off, the fight is over!

Julio Correa wins by referee stoppage due to punches.

QUARTER-FINAL FIGHT #3

Ilson de Lima
31
6'5"
251lbs
78" reach
13-6-0
Strengths: Size, kickboxing experience, knockout power

Armen Sarkisian
33
6'4"
265lbs
76" reach
22-2-0
Strengths: Good in the clinch, wrestling, power

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

de Lima throws a combination, Sarkisian ducking under to get the clinch. He gets double underhooks and forces de Lima against the ropes. With ease, he takes down de Lima. Sarkisian moves to side mount and begins delivering some big elbows to the face of de Lima! de Lima is covering up, he's hurt! The referee pulls Sarkisian off, it's over!

Armen Sarkisian wins by referee stoppage due to elbows. He will now face the winner of Fezzik/Arai in the semi-finals.

QUARTER-FINAL FIGHT #4

Hassan Fezzik
34
6'4"
237lbs
77" reach
25-0-0
Strengths: Submissions, takedowns, striking

Hiro Arai
28
6'2"
238lbs
75" reach
15-4-0
Strengths: Kickboxing experience, knockout power, takedown defense

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

The winner of this fight will face Sarkisian in the semi-finals. Both men come to the center of the ring, feeling each other out. They fall into clinch, Fezzik easily picking Arai up and slamming him down. Arai pulls guard. Fezzik lands some good elbows on the ground. Arai tries to sweep him, but Fezzik reverses it with ease, taking Arai's back. From there, he gets his hooks in and sinks in a rear naked choke. Within seconds, Arai taps out.

Hassan Fezzik wins via tap out due to a rear naked choke.

SEMI-FINAL FIGHT #1


Julio Correa
25
6'1'"
230lbs
74" reach
7-0-0
Strengths: Boxing, underrated ground game, good off his back

Gyokusho Fujimoto
24
6'4"
242lbs
78" reach
8-0-0
Strengths: Kickboxing experience, takedown defense, world class striking

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

The winner of this fight will fight the winner of Sarkisian/Fezzik in the finals. Fujimoto lands a nice body kick. Fujimoto dodges a jab and lands a nice right hook, dropping Correa. The referee starts the ten-count. Correa is up at 6 seconds. The referee restarts the fight. Fujimoto continues to dodge Correa's punches, landing his own strikes in the process. Fujimoto lands a hard leg kick. They clinch and begin to dirty box against the ropes. After a few moments, they separate. Fujimoto lands another leg kick. Correa is beginning to limp. He counters another combination with a leg kick. Fujimoto has utilized a lot of kicks in this fight, landing many to the body and legs of Correa. We enter the second half of this 30 minute fight. Fujimoto lands yet another leg kick. Fujimoto has landed 5 kicks in less than a minute. 5 minutes remains. Fujimoto gets double underhooks and forces Correa against the ropes. Fujimoto pulls back and throws a devastating right hook that drops Correa to the ground. He is saved by the bell.

After 30 minutes, the fight will now go to the scorecards... and now, the winner by a 3-0 decision... Gyakusho Fujimoto! He will now face the winner of Sarkisian/Fezzik in the finals.

SEMI-FINAL FIGHT #2

Hassan Fezzik
34
6'4"
237lbs
77" reach
26-0-0
Strengths: Submissions, takedowns, striking

Armen Sarkisian
33
6'4"
265lbs
76" reach
23-2-0
Strengths: Good in the clinch, wrestling, power

The winner will face Gyokusho Fujimoto in the finals. Fezzik fakes a right but throws the left, but Sarkisian avoids the punch. Sarkisian shoots for a double and surprisingly, is able to take Fezzik down. Fezzik pulls guard. Sarkisian smothers Fezzik. Sarkisian attempts to move past guard, but let's his guard down as Fezzik slaps on a triangle! He taps out!

Hassan Fezzik wins via tap out due to a triangle choke.

FINAL FIGHT

Gyokusho Fujimoto
24
6'4"
242lbs
78" reach
9-0-0
Strengths: Kickboxing experience, takedown defense, world class striking

Hassan Fezzik
34
6'4"
237lbs
77" reach
27-0-0
Strengths: Submissions, takedowns, striking

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

The winner of this fight will be the inaugural Alpha-1 Heavyweight Champion. Fezzik misses a huge overhand right, but manages to avoid a counter body kick. Fezzik shoots in and gets the takedown, easily shifting to side mount. Fezzik lands a huge knee to the body of Fujimoto before going for an armbar! It looks like Fujimoto is finished, but is able to pop his arm out at the last second! He tries to shift back to guard, but Fezzik once again goes for the arm bar. This time it's locked in tight, forcing the tap from a tenacious Fujimoto.

Hassan Fezzik wins via tap out due to an armbar. He wins the inaugural Alpha-1 Heavyweight Title.
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Korekiyo Anzai vs Naizen Hamacho
Dustin Harris vs Fujimaro Hidaka
Edilberto de Silva vs Go Yamamoto
Tarcisio Dantas vs Yoshida Takahashi
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Korekiyo Anzai vs Naizen Hamacho
Dustin Harris vs Fujimaro Hidaka
Edilberto de Silva vs Go Yamamoto
Tarcisio Dantas vs Yoshida Takahashi
Awesome predictions! I agree with your 1st prediction. Hamacho is a great striker and could easily finish Anzai early on. But, I think Anzai may try and drag Hamacho into deep waters and submit him later on in the fight. Personally, I think Harris' well rounded style will be too much for Hidaka. Hidaka is a devastating kickboxer, but Harris has shown he can stand with the best of them against Hayashi and has very good wrestling and submission skills. Yamamoto and de Silva are a little more even, but Yamamoto's tendency to get caught will cost him dearly against a heavy hitter like de Silva. Both guys have backgrounds in muay thai, with Yamamoto's being more clinch centered and de Silva's being more based around his boxing, I predict it'll be a close fight and a war at that. Finally, Dantas has a huge chance at beating Takashi. He's a hulking lightweight with power in his hands and submissions to boot, but Takahashi's ground skills are truly some of the best in the sport. Plus, his striking is improving everyday.

Thanks for the predictions! I'll hopefully be able to do the quarter finals very soon.

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In a surprising turn of events, Go Yamamoto has withdrawn from his quarter final bout with Edilberto de Silva for unknown reasons! It has already been confirmed by Scott Avatar that Yamamoto's opponent in the preliminaries, Motoki Hojo, will replace him in the quarter finals. For Hojo, this is very good news and a chance for him to redeem himself after being knocked out two fights straight.
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ALPHA-1: CRITICAL COUNTDOWN 2000


In a sport heavily dominated by the heavyweight fighters, the lighter fighters never seem to get their chance to shine. Well, in Alpha-1, that will all change, as many fans were enamored as 16 of the best lightweights in the world let it all hang out in their attempts to move one step closer in capturing the inaugural Alpha-1 lightweight title. We now move to the quarter finals where all 8 men involved hope to move forward into the semi-finals.

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FIGHTS

TOURNAMENT BOUTS
Yoshida Takahashi vs Tarcisio Dantas
Edilberto de Silva vs Motoki Hojo
Fujimaro Hidaka vs Dustin Harris
Naizen Hamacho vs Korekiyo Anzai

NON-TOURNAMENT BOUTS
Flavio Alberto vs Jan Olav Aker
Jeremy Douille vs Ikku Funaki
Aluizio da Assuncao vs Ebizo Fujishima
Daigo Kitaguchi vs Dias Candido
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In a somewhat unsurprising twist, de Silva has once against missed weight. Edilberto de Silva, who has now come in overweight three times in a row, came in 4 pounds over the 155lb weight limit and will be forced to once again forfeit some of his purse. Alpha-1 has yet to make a statement or even mention any kind of disciplinary action, most likely due to the rising popularity of the Brazilian muay thai specialist.

When asked about the situation, de Silva's opponent in the quarter finals, Motoki Hojo, said he did not feel any way about it and said he would still win regardless.
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