View Full Version : Pancrase Neo Blood Tournament 2003 Results


Curly Howard
07-28-2003, 01:10 PM
Date: July 27, 2003
Location: Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan

Day results:

1. Miki Shida def. Reiji via Unanimous Decision
2. Yoshiro Maeda def. Takahiro Sanehara via Referee Stoppage - R2 (1:06)
3. Takahito Iida def. Kenji Arai Submission via Arm Bar - R1 (3:03)
4. Naoki Seki def. Daisuke Hanazawa via Unanimous Decision
5. Masakatsu Okuda def. Sen Nakadai via KO - R3 (0:43)
6. Yuichi Nakanishi def. Ichiro Kanai via Unanimous Decision
7. King of Pancrase Heavyweight Title: Yoshiki Takahashi def. Tsuyoshi Ozawa via Doctor Stoppage - R1

Night results:

1. Minoru Ozawa fought Manao Kumagai to a draw
2. Osami Shibuya def. Shunichi Akimoto via Unanimous Decision
3. Eiji Ishikawa def. Hidetaka Monma via Unanimous Decision
4. Kei Yamamiya def. Nathan Marquardt via Unanimous Decision
5. Featherweight Finals: Yoshiro Maeda def. Miki Shida via Unanimous Decision
6. Welterweight Finals: Naoki Seki def. Takahito Iida via Unanimous Decision
7. Middleweight Finals:Yuichi Nakanishi def. Masakatsu Okuda via Arm Bar - R2 (4:35)

DOGGx0
07-29-2003, 07:34 PM
ummm... thanks for the info. but who the **** are these people. i've never heard of any of these names. do have any other info to add to this? just something on atleast one of the better guys out of these lists of unknowns?

Curly Howard
07-29-2003, 07:42 PM
Umm when was the last time you did something in here???

that's what I thought.


King of Pancrase Heavyweight Title: Yoshiki Takahashi def. Tsuyoshi Ozawa via Doctor Stoppage - R1

Lei Tong
07-30-2003, 12:11 AM
Most of the guys in the tourney are youngsters, thus the "Neo Blood" (New blood) moniker.

Some general info:
- Takahashi has been Pancrase's HW champion for quite a while now;
- Shibuya & Yamamiya are more or less gate keepers (although either one of them has it in them to pull of an upset, as shown by Kei)
- Marquadt has been heavily pimped as the Pancrase's new MW (actaully WW by our standards) Kingpin, recently defeating long time champion Kiuma Kunioku & top ranked contender Izuru Takeuchi. However, the loss to Yamamiya is a bit of a shock (as is his underwhelming performance at ADCC).

DOGGx0
07-31-2003, 10:45 PM
thank you

Curly Howard
07-31-2003, 10:55 PM
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The Golden Bear
08-01-2003, 03:02 PM
good post curly.

You are doing a great job.