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Dream.10: Welter Weight Grand Prix 2009 Final Round
A poster or logo for Dream.10: Welter Weight Grand Prix 2009 Final Round.
Information
Promotion Dream
Date July 20, 2009
Venue Saitama Super Arena
City Japan Saitama, Japan
Attendance 11,970
Event chronology
Dream.9: Feather Weight Grand Prix 2009 Second Round Dream.10: Welter Weight Grand Prix 2009 Final Round Dream.11: Feather Weight Grand Prix 2009 Final Round

Dream.10: Welter Weight Grand Prix 2009 Final Round was a mixed martial arts event promoted by Fighting and Entertainment Group's mixed martial arts promotion Dream on July 20, 2009. Dream's welterweight division has a 76 kilograms (168 lb) weight limit. The event was broadcast live in North America on HDNet.[1]

Results[edit]

Welterweight Grand Prix reserve bout[edit]

Saffiedine defeated Ikemoto via Decision (unanimous)

Welterweight Grand Prix 2009 semi-final bouts[edit]

Zaromskis defeated Sakurai via TKO (Head Kick and Punches) in round 1
High defeated Galvão via Decision (Split)

Lightweight bout[edit]

Kikuno defeated Dida via TKO (Punches) in round 1

Middleweight bouts[edit]

Filho defeated Manhoef via Submission (armbar) in round 1
Taylor defeated Yoon via TKO (injury) in round 1

Lightweight bout[edit]

Aoki defeated Ribeiro via Decision (unanimous)

Welterweight Grand Prix 2009 final[edit]

Zaromskis defeated High via KO (Head Kick) in round 1

Notes[edit]

Welterweight Grand Prix 2009 Bracket[edit]

First round Semifinals Final
                 
Japan Seiichi Ikemoto
Lithuania Marius Zaromskis W Dec
Lithuania Marius Zaromskis W TKO
Japan Hayato Sakurai
Japan Hayato Sakurai W TKO
Japan Shinya Aoki
Lithuania Marius Zaromskis W KO
United States Jason High
Japan Yuya Shirai
United States Jason High W Sub
United States Jason High W Dec
Brazil Andre Galvao
Canada John Alessio
Brazil Andre Galvao W Sub

Dream Welterweight Grand Prix Reserve Bouts:

Belgium Tarec Saffiedine def. Japan Seichi Ikemoto at DREAM.10

References[edit]

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