3/15 DREAM - Card Complete (Minowaman's opponent announced)

Friday, 14 March 2008

Finally today Minowaman got his opponent. It is the Korean former professional baseball player Lee Gwan, I have to say I am a little dissapointed... I expected a real opponent this time... I guess he needs to get back on winning track though.

That completes the card for tomorrow, and I am very excited about this card!

10- Shinya Aoki 12-2-0 vs. 14-1-1 Gesias "J.Z." Calvancante
9- Tatsuya Kawajiri 20-4-2 vs. 9-6-0 Kultar “Black Mamba” Gil
8- Andre "Dida" Amade 6-2-1 vs. 12-1-0 Eddie Alvarez
7- (SF) Mirko “Crocop” Filipovic 22-6-2 vs. 3-2-0 Tatsuya Mizuno
6- Mitsuhiro Ishida 15-3-1 vs. 0-1-0 Bu Kyung Jung
5- Artur Oumakhanov 7-2-0 vs. 3-2-0 Katsuhiko Nagata
4- Kazuyuki Miyata 5-6-0 vs. 11-3-0 Luiz Firmino "Buscape"
3- Koutetsu Boku 13-4-1 vs. 16-6-1 Joachim Hansen
2- (SF) Hayato "Mach" Sakurai 31-7-2 vs. 14-7-3 Hidetaka Monma
1- (SF) Minowaman 38-27-8 vs. Lee Gwan


This is what they are fighting for:


5 comments:

xheavymetalnickx 14 March 2008 23:21  

oh my god those belts are awesome! they kinda remind me of the pride belts how one's silver and one's gold

JapanMMA 15 March 2008 00:14  

The Gold is for the GP, the Silver is the Lightweight Champion. So I guess there will be 2 champions, sort of... Or 2 belts for the lucky fighter who wins the GP..

There are some close-ups here:
http://sportsnavi.yahoo.co.jp/fight/other/photo/all/2008031401/index.html

xheavymetalnickx 15 March 2008 01:02  

yeah i think the winner gets both just like when gomi and henderson won their respective GP's in pride.

Anonymous,  8 November 2008 03:19  

Those belts belong to me!!! I never lost them in the ring. Demand that I'm awarded these at the next pay-per-view. - The Pope

JapanMMA 8 November 2008 07:26  

LOL, the Pope is here!

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