Shungo Oyama

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Shungo Oyama
Born Ōyama Toshiyuki
IPA: [oːjama toɕijuki̥]
大山 利幸
(1974-04-11) April 11, 1974 (age 40)
Nasu District, Tochigi, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Weight 86 kg (190 lb; 13.5 st)
Division Middleweight
Light Heavyweight
Heavyweight
Stance Orthodox
Fighting out of Tokyo, Japan
Team Freelance
Rank black dan in Judo
Years active 2001-present
Mixed martial arts record
Total 33
Wins 14
By knockout 4
By submission 8
By decision 2
Losses 18
By knockout 14
By submission 3
By decision 1
No contests 1
Other information
University International Budo University
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog

Shungo Oyama (大山 峻護 Ōyama Shungo [oːjama ɕɯŋɡo]; born April 11, 1974) is a Japanese mixed martial artist with an extensive and successful background in Judo and Sambo. Oyama holds notable victories over Renzo Gracie, Denis Kang, Rodrigo Gracie, and Valentijn Overeem. He is one of four fighters to defeat at least two members of the Gracie family.

Biography[edit]

Early life[edit]

He was born in Nasu District in Tochigi Prefecuture, Japan on April 11, 1974 as Toshiyuki Oyama. He started practicing Judo when he was 5 years old.

Early career[edit]

Shungo Oyama has appeared in the KOTC, Pancrase, Pride, K-1 HERO'S, and Dream organizations.

He is most known for being a student of Japanese Judo superstar Hidehiko Yoshida, and briefly trained with 3 time King of Pancrase Bas Rutten. Shungo has also trained at the famed Takada Dojo, run by former Pride General Director Nobuhiko Takada.

Though his record is not impressive, Shungo has gained respect for his die hard spirit, and stubbornness to submit. On more than one occasion he has been injured or choked unconscious due to his refusal to tap out. Shungo was also once thought to be one of Japan's most feared strikers, and was in the main event at PRIDE 22-Beasts From The East 2 against the late Ryan Gracie, who broke Shungo's arm during the fight.

Shungo's biggest victory was over Renzo Gracie of the famed Gracie Jiu-Jitsu family. With a combination of his own unorthodox fighting style, and a little Kazushi Sakuraba imitation, Shungo was able to frustrate Gracie and dominate the fight to gain a unanimous decision. In the most controversial moment of the match, Gracie, irritated by his fight antics, spit in Shungo’s face.

Shortly after, Ryan Gracie challenged him to a fight to avenge Renzo, in which the BJJ specialist caught Oyama in an armbar. However Oyama, in a last action of defiance, refused to submit and got his arm broken. After the fight, Ryan assaulted Oyama and verbally insulted him before being restrained.

Oyama faced Handong Kong at Pancrase 257 on March 30, 2014. He won by first round heel hook.[1]

First title[edit]

He participated "Martial Combat 10" as a substitute of Daiju Takase in Singapore for the title of Light heavyweight(-87 kg) on September 16, 2010. He beat Brian Gassaway from USA with an inverted triangle choke and won the first professional title in his career.

After winning, he proposed to Junko Kawada, with whom he had a 4 year relationship while in the cage. They were married in his hometown.

Mixed martial arts record[edit]

Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Loss 14–18 Ikkei Nagamura KO (punch) Pancrase 260 August 10, 2014 2 1:01 Tokyo, Japan
Win 14–17 Handong Kong Submission (heel hook) Pancrase 257 March 30, 2014 1 3:26 Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan
Loss 13–17 Jordan Currie Submission (arm-triangle choke) Pancrase 252: 20th Anniversary September 29, 2013 1 5:00 Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan
Loss 13–16 Eun Soo Lee KO (punches) Road FC 10: Monson vs. Kang November 12, 2012 1 2:48 Busan, South Korea Lost ROAD FC Middleweight Championship
Loss 13–15 Asif Tagiecv TKO (knees and punches) Rings Vol. 2: Conquisito September 23, 2012 1 4:44 Tokyo, Japan
Loss 13–14 Ryo Kawamura KO (soccer kick) Pancrase - Progress Tour 7 June 2, 2012 1 4:19 Tokyo, Japan For Middleweight King of Pancrase
Win 13–13 Hae Suk Son TKO (punches) Road FC 6: The Final Four February 5, 2012 1 2:10 Seoul, South Korea Won ROAD FC Middleweight Championship
Win 12–13 Jong Dae Kim Submission (heel hook) Road FC 6: The Final Four February 5, 2012 1 1:44 Seoul, South Korea
Win 11–13 Denis Kang TKO (knees) Road FC 5: Night of Champions December 3, 2011 1 4:30 Seoul, South Korea
Win 10–13 Kyu Suk Son KO (punch) Pancrase - Impressive Tour 9 September 4, 2011 1 0:11 Tokyo, Japan
Win 9–13 Brian Gassaway Technical Submission (inverted triangle choke) MC - Martial Combat 10 September 16, 2010 1 1:50 Sentosa, Singapore Won Martial Combat Light Heavyweight Championship
Loss 8–13 Vitalius Shemetov KO (punches) X-1 Nations Collide June 4, 2010 1 1:31 Honolulu, Japan
Win 8–12 Mike Wimmer Submission (heel hook) KOTC Toryumon January 30, 2010 1 1:07 Ginowan, Okinawa, Japan
Loss 7–12 Andrews Nakahara TKO (punches) DREAM.8 April 5, 2009 1 2:00 Nagoya, Aichi, Japan
Loss 7–11 Yoon Dong-Sik Decision (unanimous) DREAM.2 April 29, 2008 2 5:00 Saitama, Saitama, Japan 2008 DREAM Middleweight Grand Prix First Round
Win 7–10 Carlos Newton Submission (strikes) Hero's 2007 in Korea October 28, 2007 3 2:42 Seoul, South Korea
Loss 6–10 Melvin Manhoef TKO (strikes) Hero's 7 October 9, 2006 1 1:04 Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan Hero's 2006 Light Heavyweight Grand Prix semi-final.
Win 6–9 Rodrigo Gracie Decision (unanimous) Hero's 6 August 5, 2006 2 5:00 Tokyo, Japan Hero's 2006 Light Heavyweight Grand Prix quarter-final.
Loss 5–9 Melvin Manhoef TKO (cut) Hero's 4 March 15, 2006 1 2:51 Tokyo, Japan
Win 5–8 Peter Aerts Submission (heel hook) K-1-Premium 2005 Dynamite December 31, 2005 1 0:30 Osaka, Japan
Win 4–8 Yun Seob Kwak Submission (achilles lock) Hero's 2005 in Seoul November 5, 2005 1 1:14 Seoul, South Korea
Loss 3–8 Sam Greco KO (knees and punches) Hero's 3 September 7, 2005 1 2:37 Tokyo, Japan
Win 3–7 Valentijn Overeem Submission (toe hold) Hero's 1 March 26, 2005 1 1:28 Saitama, Saitama, Japan
Loss 2–7 Sean O'Haire TKO (punches) K-1 Fighting Network Rumble on the Rock 2004 November 20, 2004 1 0:31 Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Loss 2–6 Mirko Filipovic TKO (strikes) PRIDE Bushido 4 July 19, 2004 1 1:00 Nagoya, Aichi, Japan
Loss 2–5 Dan Henderson TKO (punches) PRIDE 25 March 16, 2003 1 3:28 Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan
Loss 2–4 Ryan Gracie Submission (armbar) PRIDE 22 September 29, 2002 1 1:37 Nagoya, Aichi, Japan
Win 2–3 Renzo Gracie Decision (unanimous) PRIDE 21 June 23, 2002 3 5:00 Saitama, Saitama, Japan
Loss 1–3 Wallid Ismail Submission (triangle choke) PRIDE 15 July 29, 2001 2 2:30 Saitama, Saitama, Japan
Loss 1–2 Wanderlei Silva TKO (punches) PRIDE 14 May 27, 2001 1 0:30 Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan
Loss 1–1 Phillip Miller TKO (strikes) KOTC 8 - Bombs Away April 29, 2001 2 3:00 Williams, California
Win 1–0 Mike Bourke KO (punch) KOTC 7 - Wet and Wild February 24, 2001 1 0:17 San Jacinto, California

Championships and Accomplishments[edit]

Mixed Martial Arts[edit]

  • K-1 Hero's
    • 2006 K-1 Hero's Light Heavyweight Grand Prix Semi Finalist
  • Martial Combat
    • Martial Combat Light Heavyweight Championship (1 Time)
  • ROAD FC
    • ROAD FC Middleweight Championship (1 Time)
  • Shooto

Judo[edit]

    • 28th All Japan Business Groups Judo Individual Championship, Men 81 kg class winner

Sambo[edit]

    • 21st All Japan Sambo Championship, Men Senior 82 kg class runner-up (1997)
    • 22nd All Japan Sambo Championship, Men Senior 82 kg class winner (1998)
    • 24th All Japan Sambo Championship, Men Senior 82 kg class winner (June 28, 1998)
    • 25th All Japan Sambo Championship, Men Senior 82 kg class winner (1999)
    • 26th All Japan Sambo Championship, Men Senior 82 kg class winner (July 16, 2000)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Full Results: Pancrase 257". fightsportasia.com. March 30, 2014. 

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