Pride Bushido 12

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Pride Bushido 12
Promotion Pride Fighting Championships
Date August 26, 2006
Venue Nagoya Rainbow Hall
City Nagoya
Event chronology
Pride Critical Countdown Absolute Pride Bushido 12 Pride Final Conflict Absolute

Pride Bushido 12 also known as Pride Bushido Survival 2nd Round was a mixed martial arts event held by Pride Fighting Championships. It took place on August 26, 2006, at the Nagoya Rainbow Hall.


The event consisted of the second round of the 2006 BUSHIDO Welterweight (83 kg) tournament. The winning tournament participants in this round advanced to the semifinals, which were held at Pride Bushido 13 on November 5th.

Bushido 12 marked the beginning of Pride showing Bushido events for free in America.[1] Bushido 12 was shown on free cable television in the United States through Fox Sports Net on August 27, 2006. This broadcast was edited for content and for time down to two hours.


Nakamura defeated Ikemoto via submission (armbar) at 3:36 of round 1.
Abe and Matsushita fought to a draw.
Hioki defeated Curran via unanimous decision.
Aoki defeated Black via submission (triangle choke) at 1:58 of round 1.
Melendez defeats Obiya via unanimous decision.
Kawajiri defeated Brennan via TKO (knee and punches) at 0:29 of round 1.
Ishida defeated Marcello via unanimous decision.
Sakurai defeated Azevedo via TKO (doctor stoppage) at 4:35 of round 1.
Minowa defeated Esch via submission (armbar) at 4:25 of round 1.
Kang defeated Suloev via submission (rear-naked choke) at 4:10 of round 1.
Filho defeated Chonan via submission (armbar) at 2:30 of round 1.
Gono defeated Mousasi via submission (armbar) at 4:24 of round 2.
Misaki defeated Henderson via unanimous decision.
Gomi defeated Baron via submission (rear-naked choke) at 7:10 of round 1.

Pride 2006 Welterweight Grand Prix Bracket[edit]

Opening round
(PRIDE Bushido 11)
(PRIDE Bushido 12)
(PRIDE Bushido 13)
(PRIDE Bushido 13)
Japan Kazuo Misaki DEC
United States Phil Baroni
Japan Kazuo Misaki DEC
United States Dan Henderson
United States Dan Henderson
Japan Kazuo Misaki
Brazil Paulo Filho
Japan Ryo Chonan DEC
United States Joey Villasenor
Japan Ryo Chonan 2:30
Brazil Paulo Filho SUB
Brazil Paulo Filho DEC
France Gregory Bouchelaghem
Japan Akihiro Gono DEC
Cuba Hector Lombard
Japan Akihiro Gono SUB
Armenia Gegard Mousasi 4:24
Armenia Gegard Mousasi TKO
Japan Makoto Takimoto 5:34
Japan Akihiro Gono
Canada Denis Kang
Armenia Amar Suloev DEC
Brazil Murilo Bustamante
Armenia Amar Suloev 4:10
Canada Denis Kang SUB
Canada Denis Kang KO
Brazil Murilo Rua 0:15

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  1. ^ Pride Bushido on Fox Sports Net. MMA HQ. Retrieved August 9, 2006.