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  1. Castel is offline

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    Genki Sudo vs Norifumi "Kid" Yamamoto Results

    Genki had lost by KO during the First round(4:39)
    Im sad :[
    I didnt expect Genki to lose, none the less get KOed.
    Atleast hes being a good sport about his loss.
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     Style: kickboxing

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    way early stoppage
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    Definately early. Very frustrating to watch... Kid's first punch kocked him on the shoulder and he fell over. Kid got a couple of punches in on the ground and it was over... sucked. Especially since they usually let japanese fighters pummel each other into mincemeat before they stop the fight (samurai spirit and all that.)

    i want a rematch!
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  4. wingchundo is offline

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    Genki's a showman, no doubt. But if he'd have gotten down to business by then instead of dancing around like a fool, I'm sure the outcome would have been different.

    Genki, you rock on the ground. And you're one of the few dudes who can be exciting while grappling.

    Leave the boxing to the professionals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wingchundo
    Genki's a showman, no doubt. But if he'd have gotten down to business by then instead of dancing around like a fool, I'm sure the outcome would have been different.

    Genki, you rock on the ground. And you're one of the few dudes who can be exciting while grappling.

    Leave the boxing to the professionals.

    urr... he's also a kickboxer with a not too shabby k-1 record
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    I know that, but he's way more talented as a grappler. Look at his record, for god's sake.

    13-4-1, 11 submission wins, 1 decision and ONE TKO. That' it.

    Besides, his kickboxing skills were NOT on display in his loss to Kid.

    Here's my count, on re-watching the (short) fight.

    Genki threw 10 kicks. He landed ONE. He threw two punches. ZERO landed.

    Kid threw about 10 punches, ALL landed (though about 5 were when Sudo got knocked down). He threw 4 kicks, ALL landed.

    Genki needs to stick to submitting people instead of dancing around like a moron.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wingchundo
    I know that, but he's way more talented as a grappler. Look at his record, for god's sake.

    13-4-1, 11 submission wins, 1 decision and ONE TKO. That' it.

    Besides, his kickboxing skills were NOT on display in his loss to Kid.

    Here's my count, on re-watching the (short) fight.

    Genki threw 10 kicks. He landed ONE. He threw two punches. ZERO landed.

    Kid threw about 10 punches, ALL landed (though about 5 were when Sudo got knocked down). He threw 4 kicks, ALL landed.

    Genki needs to stick to submitting people instead of dancing around like a moron.
    meh, he wouldn't be as fun to watch.
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    I agree to a point. In this case, he just looked like an idiot.
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    Sudo did look outmatched. The stoppage was VERY premature... but I didnt like the way it was going for Genki.
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    Posted On:
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    BS, I have a feeling that early stoppage wasplanned by K1 admin if the opportunity came up.
    Kinda like some of the TUF fights
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