Pride Bushido 13

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Pride Bushido 13
A poster or logo for Pride Bushido 13.
Information
Promotion Pride Fighting Championships
Date November 5, 2006
Venue Yokohama Arena
City Yokohama
Event chronology
Pride 32: The Real Deal Pride Bushido 13 Pride Shockwave 2006

Pride Bushido 13 also known as Pride Bushido Survival Finals was a mixed martial arts event held by the Pride Fighting Championships.

Background[edit]

This event consisted of the semifinal and final rounds of the Bushido Welterweight Grand Prix.

In a lightweight championship bout, Takanori Gomi faced Marcus Aurélio, who had defeated Gomi in a non-title fight at Pride Bushido 10.

Originally Gilbert Melendez was set to face Shinya Aoki but an injury during training forced Melendez to withdraw from the fight. Clay French replaced Melendez in the fight.[1]

Results[edit]

Main card
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Welterweight Kazuo Misaki def. Denis Kang Decision (split) 2 5:00 [a]
Lightweight Takanori Gomi (c) def. Marcus Aurélio Decision (split) 2 5:00 [b]
Shinya Aoki def. Clay French Submission (flying triangle choke) 1 3:57
Mitsuhiro Ishida def. David Bielkheden Decision (unanimous) 2 5:00
Ikuhisa Minowa def. Mike Plotcheck Decision (unanimous) 2 5:00
Sanae Kikuta def. Jean-Francois Lenogue Decision (unanimous) 2 5:00
Joe Pearson def. Yoshiro Maeda Submission (guillotine choke) 1 0:54
Luiz Firmino def. Nobuhiro Obiya Decision (unanimous) 2 5:00
Murilo Bustamante def. Dong Sik Yoon Decision (unanimous) 2 5:00
Welterweight Denis Kang def. Akihiro Gono Decision (unanimous) 2 5:00 [c]
Welterweight Paulo Filho def. Kazuo Misaki Submission (armbar) 1 9:43 [d]
Welterweight Gegard Mousasi def. Hector Lombard Decision (unanimous) 2 5:00 [e]
  1. ^ For Pride 2006 Welterweight Tournament Championship. Paulo Filho was unable to participate in the final due to a knee injury.[2]
  2. ^ For Pride Lightweight Championship.
  3. ^ Welterweight Tournament Semifinals.
  4. ^ Welterweight Tournament Semifinals.
  5. ^ Welterweight Tournament Alternate bout.


2006 Welterweight Grand Prix bracket[edit]

Opening round
(PRIDE Bushido 11)
Quarterfinals
(PRIDE Bushido 12)
Semifinals
(PRIDE Bushido 13)
Finals
(PRIDE Bushido 13)
                       
Japan Kazuo Misaki DEC
United States Phil Baroni
Japan Kazuo Misaki DEC
United States Dan Henderson
United States Dan Henderson
BYE
Japan Kazuo Misaki 9:43
Brazil Paulo Filho SUB
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 Kazuo Misaki DEC
Canada Denis Kang
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 DEC
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
  • Paulo Filho dropped from the Grand Prix due to injuries sustained during his bout with Kazuo Misaki, who replaced him in the final round against Denis Kang.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Melendez Out, French in at Bushido – Sherdog.com, November 1, 2006
  2. ^ Filho Discusses Pride GP Injury and Future Plans – Sherdog.com, November 14, 2006

External links[edit]