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Seichi Ikemoto vs. Marius Zaromskis
Zaromskis attempts a flying, spinning back kick that Ikemoto catches and uses to take him down. He delivers a few punches, but Zaromskis fights to his feet and stuffs Ikemoto into the corner. Referee Oshiro breaks them up. At the center, they trade kicks, and Ikemoto chases Zaromskis down with two double handed punches—the first a double handed punch, the second an axe handle swing. They don't really do much, and so Ikemoto chases him down with punches until getting the bodylock to whip Zaromskis down to the ground. Ikemoto is in half, striking down with small punches and his shoulder. Zaromskis powers back to his feet however. Both men miss with kicks. Zaromskis tags Ikemoto with a high kick, then a big left straight that floors him. Ikemoto stands back up, looking more like he slipped. Ikemoto delivering a push kick and a knee to the body. Zaromskis misses two big hooks and falls after throwing a grazing high kick. Ikemoto counters with singles. Zaromskis whips Ikemoto down from the body lock, but stands back up soon after to let Ikemoto back up.
Ikemoto smacks Zaromskis with three knees, one of which flew into his face. Ikemoto tries the axe handle again, but Zaromskis shakes it off and circles. Ikemoto throws the spinning back hand, and is blocked. Ikemoto drops his hands to bait Zaromskis forward, and Zaromskis drops his hands two before slamming two big low kicks into Ikemoto's legs. Ikemoto pecking at Zaromskis with that push kick before launching a body kick. Ikemoto fires a missed side kick as well. Ikemoto lands a stiff right straight, misses the follow up body kick. Zaromskis gets off a hard inside low kick, followed by a body and high kick, alternating legs. Both men taking potshots at each other with punches. Ikemoto launches more body kicks, but they're blocked. Zaromskis responds with punches and low or body kick combinations. Zaromskis hurts Ikemoto with the high kick, but the Japanese fighter hangs in there. Zaromskis walks him down with more punches and knees in close, and Ikemoto returns fire whenever he can with single punches. Zaromskis captures Ikemoto's back in the clinch at the last second, just before the bell.
With the bout now more or less a kickboxing match, the two clash at the center. Ikemoto goes for the takedown, but Zaromskis fights him off and puts Ikemoto on his back. Zaromskis attempts a sommersault double knee onto Ikemoto to raucous applause, but of course, it misses, and Ikemoto gets back to his feet. Ikemoto pursues Zaromskis, eventually hitting a double leg takedown that has him driving Zaromskis all around the center of the ring. From top in half, Ikemoto looks for purchase to punch. Zaromskis recovers full guard, but lets Ikemoto posture to drop punches. They get to their feet and Zaromskis lands a hard one two, followed by more punches, prompting Ikemoto to shoot. Zaromskis foils it and sprawls, kneeing Ikemoto to the head. Ikemoto gets back up and Zaromskis starts walking him him down with huge shots until he has him in the corner, launching with huge knees in the plum. As the bell goes, Ikemoto drops to all fours.
Jordan Breen scores the fight for: Marius Zaromskis
Tony Loiseleur scores the fight for: Marius Zaromskis
Mike Fridley scores the fight for: Marius Zaromskis
Official judges Isono, Hume, and Miyake all agree and hand Zaromskis the unanimous nod.