Dream 11

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Dream 11: Feather Weight Grand Prix 2009 Final Round
A poster or logo for Dream 11: Feather Weight Grand Prix 2009 Final Round.
Information
Promotion Dream
Date October 6th, 2009
Venue Yokohama Arena
City Yokohama, Japan
Attendance 14,039
Event chronology
Dream 10 Dream 11: Feather Weight Grand Prix 2009 Final Round Dream 12

Dream 11: Feather Weight Grand Prix 2009 Final Round was a mixed martial arts event promoted by Fighting and Entertainment Group's mixed martial arts promotion Dream held on October 6, 2009.

Dream 11 was the culmination of the Feather Weight Grand Prix, where both the Semi-Finals and Finals took place in the same night. It also featured the Semi-Finals of the Super Hulk Grand Prix 2009. Additionally, there was a championship bout: Joachim Hansen defended the Dream Lightweight Championship against Shinya Aoki.

Dream's featherweight division has a 63 kilograms (139 lb) weight limit.

Results[edit]

Feather Weight Grand Prix 2009 Reserve bout[edit]

Miyata defeated Taiki via decision (Unanimous).

Feather Weight Grand Prix 2009 Semi-Finals[edit]

Takaya defeated Tokoro via TKO (Punches) at 0:32 of round 2.
Fernandes defeated Warren via submission (Armbar) at 0:42 of round 1.

Super Hulk Grand Prix 2009 Semi-Finals[edit]

Minowa defeated Choi via submission (Heel Hook) at 1:27 of round 2.
Sokoudjou defeated Sapp via TKO (Punches) at 1:31 of round 1.

Super Fights[edit]

Kawajiri defeated Manibusan via TKO (Punches) at 3:48 of round 1.
Sakuraba defeated Williams via submission (Kimura) at 2:53 of round 1.

Dream Lightweight Championship bout[edit]

Aoki defeated Hansen via submission (Armbar) at 4:56 of round 2 to become the new Dream Lightweight Champion.

Feather Weight Grand Prix 2009 Final[edit]

Fernandes defeated Takaya via decision (Split) to become the first Dream Featherweight Champion.

Notes[edit]

2009 Featherweight Grand Prix Bracket[edit]

Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                       
Brazil Bibiano Fernandes W Dec
Japan Takafumi Otsuka
Brazil Bibiano Fernandes W Dec
Japan Masakazu Imanari
Japan Masakazu Imanari W Dec
Japan Atsushi Yamamoto
Brazil Bibiano Fernandes W Sub
United States Joe Warren
United States Chase Beebe
United States Joe Warren W TKO
United States Joe Warren W Dec
Japan Norifumi Yamamoto
Japan Norifumi Yamamoto*
-Bye-
Brazil Bibiano Fernandes W Dec
Japan Hiroyuki Takaya
Japan Yoshiro Maeda W Dec
United States Micah Miller
Japan Yoshiro Maeda
Japan Hiroyuki Takaya W TKO
South Korea Jong Won Kim
Japan Hiroyuki Takaya W TKO
Japan Hiroyuki Takaya W TKO
Japan Hideo Tokoro
United States Abel Cullum W Dec
Japan Akiyo Nishiura
United States Abel Cullum
Japan Hideo Tokoro W Sub
Japan Daiki Hata W Dec
Japan Hideo Tokoro**
  • Note: Norifumi Yamamoto was given a first-round bye so he could recover from an ankle injury he received in 2008.[15]
  • Note: Hideo Tokoro replaced Daiki Hata after Hata was unable to continue due to an eye injury.[16]

Dream Featherweight Grand Prix Reserve Bouts:

Japan Kazuyuki Miyata def. Japan Daiki Hata at Dream 11

Super Hulk Grand Prix 2009 Bracket[edit]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
       
 Japan Ikuhisa Minowa  W
 United States Bob Sapp  SUB  
 Japan Ikuhisa Minowa  W
     South Korea Hong Man Choi  SUB  
 Cuba José Canseco  SUB
 South Korea Hong Man Choi  W  
 Japan Ikuhisa Minowa  W
   
   Cameroon Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou  KO
 South Africa Jan Nortje  TKO
 Cameroon Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou  W  
 Cameroon Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou  W
     United States Bob Sapp*  TKO  
 New Zealand Mark Hunt  SUB
 Armenia Gegard Mousasi  W  
 
  • Note: Bob Sapp was brought back into the tournament replacing Gegard Mousasi after Mousasi was injured

References[edit]