|Dream.9: Feather Weight Grand Prix 2009 Second Round|
|Date||May 26, 2009|
|City||Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan|
Dream.9: Feather Weight Grand Prix 2009 Second Round was a mixed martial arts event promoted by Fighting and Entertainment Group's mixed martial arts promotion Dream on May 26, 2009. It featured the second round of the promotion's featherweight (63 kilograms (139 lb)) grand prix and saw the return of Norifumi Yamamoto, who was given a first round bye, as well as a middleweight title fight between Ronaldo Souza and Jason Miller.
|Dream Middleweight title fight|
|Middleweight||Ronaldo Souza||vs.||Jason Miller||NC (Cut from an Illegal Kick)||1||2:33|
|Second Round Featherweight Grand Prix|
|Featherweight||Hideo Tokoro||def.||Abel Cullum||Submission (Rear-Naked Choke)||2||1:38|
|Featherweight||Hiroyuki Takaya||def.||Yoshiro Maeda||TKO (Punches)||1||9:40|
|Featherweight||Bibiano Fernandes||def.||Masakazu Imanari||Decision (Unanimous)||2||5:00|
|Featherweight||Joe Warren||def.||Norifumi Yamamoto||Decision (Split)||2||5:00|
|Lightweight||Tatsuya Kawajiri||def.||Gesias Cavalcante||Decision (Unanimous)||2||5:00|
|First Round Super Hulk Grand Prix|
|Super Heavyweight||Gegard Mousasi||def.||Mark Hunt||Submission (Straight Armbar)||1||1:19|
|Super Heavyweight||Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou||def.||Jan Nortje||TKO (Punches)||1||2:29|
|Super Heavyweight||Hong Man Choi||def.||Jose Canseco||Submission (Punches)||1||1:17|
|Super Heavyweight||Ikuhisa Minowa||def.||Bob Sapp||Submission (Achilles Lock)||1||1:15|
- Norifumi "Kid" Yamamoto entered the second round of the grand prix after receiving a first round bye at Dream 7 due to recovering from reconstructive knee surgery.
- Hideo Tokoro and Daiki Hata fought at Dream.8 after Hata was unable to fight at Dream 7.
- Tokoro replaced the injured Daiki Hata.
- Dream.9 was the first Dream event to air in prime time on Tokyo Broadcasting System since Dream 6 in September 2008. During the same time slot WBC Flyweight Champion Daisuke Naito defended his title against Xiong Zhao Zhong.
- Dream.9 aired live on North American based cable network HDNet at 5 am EST and again on tape delay later in the day