World Victory Road Presents: Sengoku no Ran 2009

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World Victory Road Presents: Sengoku no Ran 2009
A poster or logo for World Victory Road Presents: Sengoku no Ran 2009.
Information
Promotion World Victory Road
Date January 4, 2009
Venue Saitama Super Arena
City Japan Saitama City, Japan
Attendance 13,654
Event chronology
World Victory Road Presents: Sengoku 6 World Victory Road Presents: Sengoku no Ran 2009 World Victory Road Presents: Sengoku 7

World Victory Road Presents: Sengoku no Ran 2009 (Sengoku Rebellion 2009) was an mixed martial arts-event promoted by World Victory Road. It took place on January 4, 2009, at the Saitama Super Arena in Saitama City, Japan, and hosted the creation of the first two Sengoku Champions.

Results[edit]

  • Light heavyweight bout:
Japan Hidetada Irie vs. Japan Minoru Kato
Irie defeated Kato by TKO (punches) at 4:21 of the second round.
  • Lightweight bout:
Venezuela Maximo Blanco vs. Japan Seigo Inoue
Blanco defeated Inoue by KO (stomps) at 0:38 of the first round.
  • Heavyweight bout:
United States Dave Herman vs. South Korea Choi Mu Bae
Bae defeated Herman by TKO (punches) at 2:22 of the second round.
  • Lightweight bout:
Russia Sergey Golyaev vs. Japan Eiji Mitsuoka
Mitsuoka defeated Golyaev by submission (armbar) at 4:22 of the first round.
  • Heavyweight bout:
Brazil Antonio Silva vs. Japan Yoshihiro Nakao
Silva defeated Nakao by TKO (stoppage) at 1:42 of the first round.
  • Light heavyweight bout:
United States Muhammed Lawal vs. Japan Yukiya Naito
Lawal defeated Naito by TKO (punches) at 3:54 of the first round.
  • Light heavyweight bout:
Japan Sanae Kikuta vs. Japan Hidehiko Yoshida
Kikuta defeated Yoshida by split decision, 2–1.
Japan Kazuo Misaki vs. Brazil Jorge Santiago
Santiago defeated Misaki by submission (rear naked choke) at 3:26 of the fifth round and became the new Sengoku Middleweight champion.
Japan Takanori Gomi vs. Japan Satoru Kitaoka
Kitaoka defeated Gomi by submission (achilles lock) at 1:41 of the first round and became the new Sengoku Lightweight champion.

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