Pride Bushido Survival 2006

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Pride Bushido 11
Promotion Pride Fighting Championships
Date June 4, 2006
Venue Saitama Super Arena
City Saitama
Pay-per-view chronology
Pride Total Elimination Absolute Pride Bushido 11 Pride Critical Countdown Absolute

Pride Bushido 11, also promoted as Pride Bushido Survival in North America, was a mixed martial arts event held by the Pride Fighting Championships. It took place at the Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan on June 4, 2006.


This event featured the opening round of the Pride 2006 Bushido Welterweight (83 kg) Grand Prix. The winning tournament participants advanced to the second round, which was held at Pride Bushido 12 on August 26. In addition, four non-tournament matches were held. Gregory Bouchelaghem was a late replacement for Paulo Filho’s original opponent, Dong Sik Yoon.[1]


Welterweight Grand Prix Opening round
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Welterweight Kazuo Misaki def. Phil Baroni Decision (Unanimous) 2 5:00
Welterweight Denis Kang def. Murilo Rua KO (Punches) 1 0:15
Welterweight Akihiro Gono def. Hector Lombard Decision (Unanimous) 2 5:00
Welterweight Gegard Mousasi def. Makoto Takimoto TKO (Broken Eye Socket) 1 5:34
Welterweight Ryo Chonan def. Joey Villasenor Decision (Split) 2 5:00
Welterweight Paulo Filho def. Gregory Bouchelaghem Decision (Unanimous) 2 5:00
Welterweight Amar Suloev def. Murilo Bustamante Decision (Unanimous) 2 5:00
Non Tournament Bouts
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Hayato Sakurai def. Olaf Alfonso KO (Punch) 1 1:54
Tatsuya Kawajiri def. Charles Bennett Submission (Kneebar) 1 2:30
Mitsuhiro Ishida def. Marcus Aurelio Decision (Unanimous) 2 5:00
Jason Black def. Won Jin Eoh TKO (Corner Stoppage) 1 4:25

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
United States Dan Henderson
United States Dan Henderson
Japan Ryo Chonan DEC
United States Joey Villasenor
Japan Ryo Chonan
Brazil Paulo Filho
Brazil Paulo Filho DEC
France Gregory Bouchelaghem
Japan Akihiro Gono DEC
Cuba Hector Lombard
Japan Akihiro Gono
Armenia Gegard Mousasi
Armenia Gegard Mousasi TKO
Japan Makoto Takimoto 5:34
Armenia Amar Suloev DEC
Brazil Murilo Bustamante
Armenia Amar Suloev
Canada Denis Kang
Canada Denis Kang KO
Brazil Murilo Rua 0:15

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