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Sengoku 11 Results and Videos


(Khalidov vs. Santiago)

Apologies for the delay/lack of attention on this, but Sengoku’s eleventh event took place early Saturday in Tokyo. Some highlights/lowlights…

— The headlining featherweight match between Hatsu Hioki and Michihiro Omigawa featured two things that have become common in Sengoku: A shocking upset for perennial underdog Omigawa, and an inexplicably bad judges’ decision. Hioki controlled the fight with his grappling in the first round, and dominated the standup in the second. Though Omigawa rallied in the final frame, few expected him to take the split decision victory. Afterwards, even Omigawa disagreed with the scoring.

— Chechen-Polish upstart Mamed "Cannibal" Khalidov scored a surprise first-round knockout of Sengoku middleweight champ Jorge Santiago. After a takedown by Santiago, Khalidov was able to stun Santiago with a punch from the bottom, then scrambled to top position and quickly finished the fight. Because it was a non-title bout, Santiago remains the champion. Love it when that happens.

Kevin Randleman and undefeated Bulgarian prospect Stanislav Nedkov put on a three-round wrestling match that ended with one judge scoring it for Nedkov and the other two calling it a draw. In keeping with Sengoku’s ridiculous traditions, the two judges who didn’t pick a winner were required to cast "must decision" votes, and Nedkov walked away with a split-decision victory. Full results plus more fight videos can be found after the jump.


(Khalidov vs. Santiago)

Apologies for the delay/lack of attention on this, but Sengoku’s eleventh event took place early Saturday in Tokyo. Some highlights/lowlights…

— The headlining featherweight match between Hatsu Hioki and Michihiro Omigawa featured two things that have become common in Sengoku: A shocking upset for perennial underdog Omigawa, and an inexplicably bad judges’ decision. Hioki controlled the fight with his grappling in the first round, and dominated the standup in the second. Though Omigawa rallied in the final frame, few expected him to take the split decision victory. Afterwards, even Omigawa disagreed with the scoring.

— Chechen-Polish upstart Mamed "Cannibal" Khalidov scored a surprise first-round knockout of Sengoku middleweight champ Jorge Santiago. After a takedown by Santiago, Khalidov was able to stun Santiago with a punch from the bottom, then scrambled to top position and quickly finished the fight. Because it was a non-title bout, Santiago remains the champion. Love it when that happens.

Kevin Randleman and undefeated Belgarian prospect Stanislav Nedkov put on a three-round wrestling match that ended with one judge scoring it for Nedkov and the other two calling it a draw. In keeping with Sengoku’s ridiculous traditions, the two judges who didn’t pick a winner were required to cast "must decision" votes, and Nedkov walked away with a split-decision victory. Full results plus more fight videos can be found after the jump.

– Michihiro Omigawa def. Hatsu Hioki via split decision

– Mamed Khalidov def. Jorge Santiago via KO, 1:45 of round 1

Jorge Masvidal def. Satoru Kitaoka via KO, 3:23 of round 2

– Tomoaki Ueyama def. Hirokazu Konno vs. via technical submission (rear naked choke), 4:29 of round 1

– Kazunori Yokota def. Eiji Mitsuoka via unanimous decision.

– Stanislav Nedkov def. Kevin Randleman via split decision

Akihiro Gono def. Yoon Young Kim via unanimous decision

Marlon Sandro def. Yuji Hoshino vs. Marlon Sandro via KO, 2:33 of round 1

– Dave Herman def. Jim York via KO, 2:25 of round 1

Ronnie Mann def. Shigeki Osawa via unanimous decision

– Ryota Uozomi def. Yuichiro Yajima via submission (armbar), 1:06 of round 2


(Omigawa vs. Hioki)


(Masvidal vs. Kitaoka)


(Sandro vs. Hoshino)


(Herman vs. York)


(Nedkov vs. Randleman)


(Gono vs. Kim)

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the glza- November 9, 2009 at 9:11 pm
thank you for the omegamanradio cp -- this guy's youtube videos manage to explain rihanna, twilight movies, god's existence, AND Mamed Khalidov vs. Jorge Santiago.

i cried watching his videos...


and who is the british sounding guy in hdnet fights? i like how he announces.
Savage Henry- November 9, 2009 at 5:27 pm
I hate Michael Schiavo with every fiber of my being.
for the love of mma- November 9, 2009 at 2:14 pm
sandro gets to bussiness!!!!
ihateemo- November 9, 2009 at 12:59 pm
The Santiago vid is a bust. Right before that punch from the bottom that stuns him is thrown, the ref waddles in front of the camera Orgazmo-style and blocks the view entirely.

Why was it a non-title fight?
ArmFarmer- November 9, 2009 at 12:53 pm
Hey you didn't put the results in the, title good job.. I actually got to enjoy some of the fights without already knowing who was going to win. That wasn't so hard now was it?
nicey- November 9, 2009 at 12:41 pm
no its someone who's momma is from Belarus and poppa is from Garian. At least thats what this guy i work with told me who says he's from Slovania.
Endocat- November 9, 2009 at 12:37 pm
i think its a type of fruit or snake
Tai-Pan- November 9, 2009 at 12:06 pm
wtf is a Belgarian?
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