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Live Results: Fields Dynamite!! 2009

The quote  “It’s the most wonderful time of the year”  has never felt more appropriate than it does now. For tonight is the last MMA event of 2009, and it’s none other than the traditional Japanese New Year’s eve extravaganza  Dynamite!! 2009..

Fields  K-1 has put together a true mega-card featuring a total of 18 fights.  The card will feature stars from  the world of  K-1DREAMWorld Victory Road’s Sengoku, and Strikeforce.  Dynamite!! 2009 will feature champions from rival organizations facing off, the final fight of a Japanese legend, the crowning of the “Super Hulk” tournament champion, and all the crazy match ups that we have come to know and love from our friends in the Far East.

For the hardcore fans with access, the event begins at 3am ET ( midnight PT) live from the Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan  and is broadcast in its entirety on HDNet .  The event is expected to last between 6 ½ to 7 ½ hours!!

For those fans who choose sleep over MMA,  FiveOuncesofPain.com will have you covered with live event results as they happen.

For those of you watching live, comment below and enjoy.  For everyone else check back for Live results.

Tonight’s  fight card

  • Masaaki Noiri def.Hiroya   via  decision(K-1 KOSHIEN semifinal)
  • Shota Shimada def Katsuki Ishida via decision(K-1 KOSHIEN semifinal)
  • Ikuhisa Minowa def.  Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou via TKO  Round 3  (MMA/”Super Hulk” finale)
  • Ray Sefo def. Yosuke Nishijima  via decision (K-1)
  • Masaaki Noiri def. Shota Shimada  via decision (K-1 KOSHIEN final)
  • Hiroshi Izumi def. Katsuyori Shibata  decision(MMA/DREAM VS. WVR)
  • Michihiro Omigawa def Hiroyuki Takaya  via TKO(MMA/DREAM VS. WVR)
  • Akihiro Gono def. Hayato “Mach” Sakurai via armbard   3:56 Round 2 (MMA/DREAM VS. WVR)
  • Melvin Manhoef def Kazuo Misaki  via TKO (MMA/DREAM VS. WVR)
  • Hideo Tokoro def. Jong Man Kim via decision (MMA/DREAM VS. WVR)
  • Tatsuya Kawajiri def. Kazunori Yokota via decision (MMA/DREAM VS. WVR)
  • DREAM and SENGOKU are now tied with 3 wins each
  • Masanori Kanehara def. Norofumi “Kid” Yamamoto via decision(MMA/DREAM VS. WVR)
  • Alistair Overeem def. Kazuyuki Fujita  TKO knee Round 1(MMA/STRIKEFORCE/DREAM VS. WVR)
  • It’s now all tied up at 4 wins each.  The  Aoki vs. Hirota match will decide the winning dream team.
  • Gegard Mousasi def. Gary Goodridge via TKO Round 1 (MMA)
  • Shinya Aoki def. Mizuto Hirota  via TKO/sub  Broken arm (MMA/DREAM VS. WVR)
  • DREAM  wins the team match up 5-4
  • Hidehiko Yoshida def. Satoshi Ishii via decision (MMA)
  • Masato def. Andy Souwer  via decision(K-1)
13 COMMENTS
  • hindsightufuk says:

    Minowaman beat Soku? wow
    Gono arm barred Mach????
    fuck off!!

  • David Andrest says:

    Dude, Aoki breaking Hirota’s arm was nasty, and then flipping him off in his face and mocking the dangling arm is must see TV

  • David Andrest says:

    Ishii kneed Yoshida so hard in the apple bag he broke his cup.

    New cup inserted, we’re good to go

  • hindsightufuk says:

    how did Gegard fair? how long did it take?

  • fanoftna33 says:

    Mousasi looked good but for what seemed like the third or fourth time the ref stopped the fight pretty early. I have seen more fighters complain about early stoppages today than in any one event that I can think of.

  • hindsightufuk says:

    oh really? which other fights got questionable stoppages?

  • sexy-yama says:

    omg no surprise megareem won early against a can,and fancy pants + minowa WOW

  • fanoftna33 says:

    Soko got dropped by Minowa but he was on his knees and the ref jumped in very quickly to call off that fight. Goodridge was taking some pretty hard shots to his arms when they were stopped, but in fairness he was probably lucky the ref stopped Mousasi from really hurting him. It just seemed like the refs were very quick to stop these bouts today compared to other Dream events that I have seen.

  • David Andrest says:

    hindsightufuk: oh really? which other fights got questionable stoppages?

    Questionable, might not be the correct word.

    “mercy” stoppage, Protecting the fighters, Risk management might all be better terms.

    Melvin’s fight was stopped too “early” for some peoples taste.

    Gegards was stopped before Goodridge was seriously injured. ( which was too early for some)

    Aoki’s fight should have been stopped by the ref but wasn’t and Hirota refused to tap, so he’s on the shelf for god knows how long.

    Overeem’s destruction of Fujita was just scary. and should be his last fight.

  • hindsightufuk says:

    how did the judokas get down? any good?

  • fanoftna33 says:

    Yoshida won but got his nuts rearranged in the process. Ihsii looked about as raw as you would expext in the first round but came back strong in the next two but still lost, it was a very questionable decision as Ishii controlled both round 2 and 3 but lost a point for the first and only groin strike of the contest. Yoshida just looked worn out for the last two rounds.

  • fanoftna33 says:

    But it was a pretty entertaining fight.

  • 3OAM says:

    Those KOSHIEN high school fights were pretty damn entertaining. Noiri dismantled Hiroya in the first fight. Completely picked him apart basically the whole time. K-1 has some exciting prospects.

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