Mizuki Inoue

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Mizuki Inoue
Born (1994-08-19) August 19, 1994 (age 20)
Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Other names Mizuki
Residence Nagoya, Aichi, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Height 1.62 m (5 ft 4 in)[1]
Weight 52.0 kilograms (114.6 lb)
Division Lightweight (Jewels)
Strawweight (Invicta FC)
Style Karate, shoot boxing,
Stance Orthodox
Fighting out of Nagoya, Aichi, Japan
Team Hakushinkai Karate (2010-present)[2]
Trainer Sadanori Yamaguchi[3]
Years active 2010-present
Kickboxing record
Total 13
Wins 11
By knockout 1
Losses 2
Mixed martial arts record
Total 11
Wins 8
By submission 6
By decision 2
Losses 2
By decision 2
No contests 1
Other information
Website Official blog
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog
last updated on: November 21, 2013 (2013-11-21)

Mizuki Inoue (井上 瑞樹 inoue mizuki?, born on (1994-08-19)August 19, 1994), nicknamed Mizuki (魅津希?),[2] is a Japanese female kickboxer and mixed martial artist. Inoue has fought in the kickboxing promotion J-Girls and MMA promotion Jewels. She won the 2010 Jewels -56 kg Rough Stone Grand Prix tournament at 16 years of age, becoming one of the youngest female champions in a major MMA promotion.[4]

On August 25, 2012 (2012-08-25), Inoue became the 2012 Shoot Boxing Girls S-Cup 53.5-kilogram tournament champion.[5][6] She repeated this feat on August 3, 2013 (2013-08-03).[7][8]

Inoue is currently ranked as the #8 strawweight (106-116 lb) fighter according to the Unified Women's Mixed Martial Arts Rankings.[9]

Background[edit]

Inoue was born on (1994-08-19)August 19, 1994 in Aichi Prefecture, Japan.[1][2] She started training karate in fourth grade when she accompanied her brother to his karate lesson. A year later, Inoue joined Hakushinkai Karate and also began training mixed martial arts (MMA). At 11 years old, Inoue met her karate and current main coach, Sadanori Yamaguchi, who is also the head of Hakushinkai Karate in Toyohashi, Aichi. He was the one who encouraged her to start MMA as he himself became interested in MMA after watching fellow karateka Minoki Ichihara, a Daido Juku champion, fall to Royce Gracie during UFC 2.[10] At 15 years old, Inoue debuted professionally in shoot boxing prior to MMA due to believing that she had to be 18 years old to compete in MMA.

Kickboxing and shoot boxing career[edit]

After several amateur bouts in kickboxing, Inoue made her debut in professional combat sports in shoot boxing on May 16, 2010 (2010-05-16) at Shoot Boxing Osaka 2010 Alpinisme: "Young Caesar vol. 2". She faced Kanako Oka and was defeated by majority decision.[11][12]

Inoue next competed at the kickboxing event J-Girls Catch The Stone 9 on July 25, 2010 (2010-07-25), where Inoue, in an upset, defeated Emi Fujino via unanimous decision after three rounds.[13][14] At this event, Inoue began using the ring name Mizuki instead of her real name, which she used in her previous amateur kickboxing bouts.[15]

Despite having professional matches already, at the event Krush.9 on August 14, 2010 (2010-08-14), Inoue, for the last time, had an amateur rules match against Kanako Taniyama, losing against Taniyama via majority decision after two rounds.[16]

Returning to professional competition, on September 20, 2010 (2010-09-20) at J-Girls Catch The Stone 10, Inoue defeated Anna Saito by unanimous decision after three rounds.[17][18]

Inoue faced Nozomi Satake in the opening round of the 2011 J-Girls bantamweight tournament at J-Girls Catch The Stone 12 on January 30, 2011 (2011-01-30). She defeated Satake by majority decision.[19]

Inoue faced Madoka Jinnai in the J-Girls bantamweight tournament semi-final round at J-Girls Catch The Stone 13 on March 6, 2011 (2011-03-06). She defeated Jinnai by unanimous decision after one extension round.[11][19]

Inoue faced Natsuka in a shoot boxing match at Jewels 14th Ring on May 14, 2011 (2011-05-14).[11][20] She defeated Natsuka by unanimous decision.[21][22][23]

Inoue suffered her first professional loss in a kickboxing rules match at J-Girls 2011: Born This Way 2nd on July 10, 2011 (2011-07-10) when she was defeated by Yukino Oishi via majority decision in the J-Girls bantamweight tournament final.[24]

At Shoot Boxing 2012: Road To S-Cup, Act.1 on February 5, 2012 (2012-02-05), Inoue faced Shoot Boxing Japan women's flyweight champion Ai Takahashi.[25][26] In an upset, Inoue defeated Takahashi by unanimous decision after one extension round.[27][28]

Inoue faced Mina at Shoot Boxing 2012: Road To S-Cup, Act.2 on April 13, 2012 (2012-04-13).[29][30] She won the fight by referee stoppage in the third round to advance to the Shoot Boxing Girls S-Cup 53.5 tournament final.[31][32]

Inoue faced Ai Takahashi once again in the 2012 Shoot Boxing Girls S-Cup 53.5 tournament final on August 25, 2012 (2012-08-25). She defeated Takahashi by unanimous decision after six rounds to become the first Shoot Boxing Girls S-Cup 53.5 champion.[5][6]

On August 3, 2013 (2013-08-03), Inoue entered the 2013 Shoot Boxing Girls S-Cup 53.5 tournament.[33][34] She defeated Izumi Noguchi, Miyo Yoshida and Ai Takahashi in one night to become the 2013 Shoot Boxing Girls S-Cup 53.5 champion.[7][8]

Mixed martial arts career[edit]

At just 16 years old, Inoue debuted in MMA at Jewels 10th Ring on October 10, 2010 (2010-10-10) during the 2010 Rough Stone Grand Prix -56 kg tournament, submitting the more mature Abe Ani Combat Club member Emi Murata with an armbar in the second round.[35][36][37]

On December 17, 2010 (2010-12-17) at Jewels 11th Ring, Inoue defeated the more experienced Asako Saioka via technical submission (referee stoppage, armbar) to win the 2010 Rough Stone GP -56 kg tournament.[38][39][40]

Inoue faced Jewels champion Ayaka Hamasaki in a non-title bout at Jewels 16th Ring on September 11, 2011 (2011-09-11) in Tokyo.[41] She was defeated by unanimous decision.[42][43]

Inoue returned to Jewels to face Australian fighter Alexandra Chambers at Jewels 18th Ring on March 3, 2012 (2012-03-03).[44] She defeated Chambers by submission due to an armbar in the first round.[45]

On December 15, 2012 (2012-12-15), Inoue faced Hyo Kyung Song at Jewels 22nd Ring.[46][47] She defeated Song by submission due to an armbar in the second round.[48][49]

Inoue was next scheduled to face Mi-Jeon Chan at Jewels 23rd Ring on March 30, 2013 (2013-03-30).[50][51] However, Chan suffered an injury and Inoue instead faced Seo Ye Jung.[52][53] She defeated Jung by submission due to a rear-naked choke in the first round.[54][55]

Inoue made her North American debut against Bec Hyatt at Invicta FC 6: Coenen vs. Cyborg on July 13, 2013 (2013-07-13).[56][57] Inoue won the fight via unanimous decision.[58][59]

In a rematch at Deep Jewels 2 on November 4, 2013 (2013-11-04), Inoue faced Emi Fujino in the opening round of the Deep Jewels lightweight title tournament.[60][61] She won the fight by unanimous decision.[62][63]

On February 16, 2014 (2014-02-16), Inoue faced Emi Tomimatsu to determine the inaugural Deep Jewels lightweight champion.[64] Mizuki Inoue finished the match at 3:57 of the 3rd round via armbar, but was disqualified for not being able to make weight. Emi Tomimatsu was crowned the new champion.[65]

Grappling matches[edit]

On September 22, 2012 (2012-09-22), Inoue faced Yukiko Suzuki in a grappling match at Jewels 21st Ring.[66][67] She defeated Suzuki by technical submission due to an armbar in just 56 seconds.[68][69]

Inoue faced Rikako Yuasa in a grappling match at Deep Jewels 1 on August 31, 2013 (2013-08-31).[70][71] She was defeated by unanimous decision.[72][73]

Mixed martial arts record[edit]

Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Loss 8–2 (1) Karolina Kowalkiewicz Decision (split) Invicta FC 9: Honchak vs. Hashi November 1, 2014 3 5:00 Davenport, Iowa, United States Fight Of The Night
Win 8–1 (1) Emi Tomimatsu Submission (armbar) Deep - Jewels 5 August 9, 2014 3 1:33 Tokyo, Japan Won Deep Jewels Lightweight (115 lbs) Championship
NC 7–1 (1) Emi Tomimatsu NC (overturned) Deep - Jewels 3 February 16, 2014 3 3:57 Tokyo, Japan Originally Inoue won by armbar but the result was overturned for missing weight.
Win 7–1 Emi Fujino Decision (unanimous) Deep - Jewels 2 November 4, 2013 2 5:00 Tokyo, Japan Deep Jewels lightweight GP semi-final
Win 6–1 Bec Rawlings Decision (unanimous) Invicta FC 6: Coenen vs. Cyborg July 13, 2013 3 5:00 Kansas City, Missouri, United States Invicta FC debut
Win 5–1 Seo Ye Jung Submission (rear-naked choke) Jewels 23rd Ring March 30, 2013 1 1:43 Tokyo, Japan
Win 4–1 Hyo Kyung Song Submission (armbar) Jewels 22nd Ring December 15, 2012 2 2:14 Tokyo, Japan Lightweight (115 lbs) debut
Win 3–1 Alex Chambers Submission (armbar) Jewels 18th Ring March 3, 2012 1 4:32 Tokyo, Japan
Loss 2–1 Ayaka Hamasaki Decision (unanimous) Jewels 16th Ring September 11, 2011 2 5:00 Tokyo, Japan Non-title bout
Win 2–0 Asako Saioka Technical submission (armbar) Jewels 11th Ring December 17, 2010 1 2:59 Tokyo, Japan 2010 Rough Stone GP -56 kg final
Win 1–0 Emi Murata Submission (armbar) Jewels 10th Ring October 10, 2010 2 2:58 Tokyo, Japan 2010 Rough Stone GP -56 kg semi-final

Kickboxing and shoot boxing record[edit]

13 fights, 11 wins, 2 losses
Result Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Win 11-2-0 Ai Takahashi Decision (unanimous) 2013 Shoot Boxing Girls S-Cup August 3, 2013 3 2:00 Tokyo, Japan Shoot boxing rules. 2013 Girls S-Cup 53.5 tournament final. Became 2013 Shoot Boxing Girls S-Cup 53.5 champion.
Win 10-2-0 Miyo Yoshida Decision (unanimous) 2013 Shoot Boxing Girls S-Cup August 3, 2013 3 2:00 Tokyo, Japan Shoot boxing rules. 2013 Girls S-Cup 53.5 tournament semi-final.
Win 9-2-0 Izumi Noguchi Decision (unanimous) 2013 Shoot Boxing Girls S-Cup August 3, 2013 3 2:00 Tokyo, Japan Shoot boxing rules. 2013 Girls S-Cup 53.5 tournament quarterfinal.
Win 8-2-0 Ai Takahashi Decision (unanimous) 2012 Shoot Boxing Girls S-Cup August 25, 2012 5+1 3:00 Tokyo, Japan Shoot boxing rules. 2012 Girls S-Cup 53.5 tournament final. Became 2012 Shoot Boxing Girls S-Cup 53.5 champion.
Win 7-2-0 Mina TKO (referee stoppage) Shoot Boxing 2012: Road To S-Cup, Act.2 April 13, 2012 3 1:01 Tokyo, Japan Shoot boxing rules. 2012 Girls S-Cup 53.5 tournament semi-final.
Win 6-2-0 Ai Takahashi Decision (unanimous) Shoot Boxing 2012: Road To S-Cup, Act.1 February 5, 2012 3+1 3:00 Tokyo, Japan Shoot boxing rules.
Loss 5-2-0 Yukino Oishi Decision (majority) J-Girls 2011: Born This Way 2nd July 10, 2011 3 2:00 Tokyo, Japan Kickboxing rules. J-Girls bantamweight tournament final.
Win 5-1-0 Natsuka Decision (unanimous) Jewels 14th Ring May 14, 2011 3 2:00 Tokyo, Japan Shoot boxing rules.
Win 4-1-0 Madoka Jinnai Decision (unanimous) J-Girls: Catch The Stone 13 March 6, 2011 3+1 2:00 Tokyo, Japan Kickboxing rules. J-Girls bantamweight tournament semi-final.
Win 3-1-0 Nozomi Satake Decision (majority) J-Girls: Catch The Stone 12 January 30, 2011 3 2:00 Tokyo, Japan Kickboxing rules. J-Girls bantamweight tournament quarterfinal.
Win 2-1-0 Anna Saito Decision (unanimous) J-Girls: Catch The Stone 10 September 20, 2010 3 2:00 Tokyo, Japan Kickboxing rules.
Win 1-1-0 Emi Fujino Decision (unanimous) J-Girls: Catch The Stone 9 July 25, 2010 3 2:00 Tokyo, Japan Kickboxing rules.
Loss 0-1-0 Kanako Oka Decision (majority) Shoot Boxing Osaka 2010 Alpinisme: "Young Caesar vol. 2" May 16, 2010 3 2:00 Osaka, Japan Shoot boxing rules.

Legend:       Win       Loss       Draw/No contest


Championships and accomplishments[edit]

  • 2010 Jewels Rough Stone Grand Prix 56 kg tournament winner
  • 2012 Shoot Boxing Girls S-Cup 53.5 kg tournament winner
  • 2013 Shoot Boxing Girls S-Cup 53.5 kg tournament winner

See also[edit]

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