Hiroki Ishii

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Hiroki Ishii
Born Ishii Hiroki
(1979-01-16) January 16, 1979 (age 39)
Meguro, Tokyo, Japan
Native name 石井 宏樹
Other names Gon
Nationality Japan Japanese
Height 1.76 m (5 ft 9 in)
Weight 63.5 kg (140 lb; 10 st 0 lb)
Division Super Lightweight
Style Kickboxing
Fighting out of Meguro, Tokyo, Japan
Team Fujimoto Gym (1996–present)
Trainer Isao Fujimoto
Years active 1996–present (Kickboxing)
Kickboxing record
Total 78
Wins 55
By knockout 27
Losses 13
Draws 10
Other information
Website www.gonkickgonlife.com
last updated on: February 11, 2014

Hiroki Ishii (石井 宏樹, Ishii Hiroki, born January 16, 1979) is a Japanese lightweight kickboxer. He won the championship of Rajadamnern Stadium in Muay Thai at Super lightweight.

His entrance music is Spente Le Stelle.

Biography[edit]

Wins Japanese national title[edit]

On January 23, 2000, he fought against Shingo Takayama's SNKA Japanese lightweight championship. He won by KO in 2nd round.[1] Ishii defended this title 8 times until 2007.

Against Somluck Kamsing[edit]

On November 6, 2004, he fought against Somluck Kamsing from Thailand. The bout was resulted as draw (30-30, 30-30, 30-30) in the end of 3rd round.[2]

Wins Rajadamnern Stadium title[edit]

On October 2, 2011, Ishii fought against Apisak K.T. Gym for the vacant title of Rajadamnern Stadium championship at super lightweight. He won by the unanimous decision and He became the 5th non-Thai champions of the two stadiums in Muay Thai.[3]

He lost his title to Aikpet Mor. Krongthepthonburi at Magnum 31 in Tokyo on March 10, 2013 when he was knocked out with an elbow in the fourth by the Thai.[4][5]

He lost to Kaew Fairtex by second round high kick KO for a WPMF super lightweight championship at Rikix: No Kick, No Life 2014 in Tokyo, Japan on February 11, 2014.[6][7]

Fight record[edit]

Professional kickboxing record
55 Wins (27 KOs), 13 Losses, 10 Draws
Date Result Opponent Event Location Method Round Time Record
2014-02-11 Loss Thailand Kaew Fairtex Rikix: No Kick, No Life 2014 Tokyo, Japan KO (left high kick) 2 0:44
For vacant title of WPMF World Super lightweight (140lbs / 63.503kg).
2013-10-13 Win Thailand NJKF Tokyo, Japan KO (left high kick) 1 2:24
2013-03-10 Loss Thailand Aikpet Mor. Krongthepthonburi Magnum 31 Tokyo, Japan KO (left elbow) 4 2:25
Loses the Rajadamnern Stadium Super lightweight(63.5kg/140lbs) championship.
2012-09-15 Win Thailand Plynoi Por. Paoin SNKA "TITANS NEO 12"[8] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan KO (Left Hook) 1 3:00
Retains Rajadamnern Stadium Super lightweight(63.5kg/140lbs) championship.
2012-07-22 Win Thailand Suadet Sor. Rattidet SNKA "Magnum 29"[9] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00
2012-03-11 Win Thailand Kenfang Por.Puangchon SNKA "Magnum 28" Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00
Retains Rajadamnern Stadium Super lightweight(63.5kg/140lbs) championship.
2011-12-17 Win Thailand Palhat Sakpanyar SNKA "Soul in the RingIX" Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan KO (punch to the body) 5 1:25 54-11-10
2011-10-02 Win Thailand Apisak K.T. Gym SNKA "Magnum 27"[3] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00 53-11-10
Wins vacant title of Rajadamnern Stadium Super lightweight(63.5kg/140lbs) championship.
2011-07-24 Win Thailand Chinalorn Orsing SNKA "Magnum 26"[10] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan KO (Left body hook) 2 1:03 52-11-10
2011-05-15 Win Thailand Jaksayarm Eksilikong Gym SNKA "Brave Hearts 16"[11] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00 51-11-10
2011-03-26 Win Thailand Witeechai Sor Piromtong SNKA "Magnum 25"[12] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan KO (Left body shot) 2 2:53 50-11-10
2010-07-25 Loss Thailand Parkao Klansaenmarharsarakam SNKA "Magnum 23" [13] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan KO (Left elbow strike) 2 2:48 49-11-10
2010-03-22 Loss Thailand Yodkhunpon F.A.Group Rajadamnern Stadium "Daorungchujaroen Fight"[14] Bangkok, Thailand Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00 49-10-10
The bout was for the vacant title of Rajadamnern Stadium & WMC World Super lightweight(63.5kg/140lbs) championships.
2009-12-13 Win Thailand Seekun Lomsintong SNKA "Soul In The Ring VII"[15] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan KO (Body shots) 1 2:38 49-10-10
2009-10-25 Win Thailand Denwatbot Sor.Veandet SNKA "Magnum 21"[16] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan TKO (Right elbow strike) 1 3:05 48-10-10
2009-07-12 Win Thailand Kanongsuk Weerasakreck SNKA "Magnum 20"[17] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan KO (Right elbow strike) 3 0:41 47-10-10
2009-03-08 Win Thailand Venailek Por.Lansang SNKA "Magnum 19"[18] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00 46-10-10
2008-12-23 Win Japan Akihiro Kuroda TOUITSU "King Of Kings Touitsu in Kobe", Final[19] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 45-10-10
Wins TOUITSU Lightweight (62kg) tournament.
2008-12-23 Win Japan Tomohiro Oikawa TOUITSU "King Of Kings Touitsu in Kobe", Semi-final Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 44-10-10
2008-12-23 Win Japan Sohta TOUITSU "King Of Kings Touitsu in Kobe", Quarter-final Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Majority) 3 3:00 43-10-10
2008-03-09 Loss Thailand Singmanee Sor Srisompong SNKA "Magnum 16"[20] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00 42-10-10
The bout was for the vacant title of Rajadamnern Stadium & WMC World Super lightweight(63.5kg/140lbs) championships.
2008-01-20 Win Thailand Chaidee Kar SNKA "Brave Hearts 7"[21] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 42-9-10
2007-12-09 Win Thailand Vitayanoi Sitkuonim SNKA "Soul in The Ring V"[22] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan KO (Right cross) 1 2:40 41-9-10
2007-09-16 Win Japan Yukihiro Komiyama SNKA "Titans Neos 2"[23] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Majority) 5 3:00 40-9-10
2007-07-22 Win South Korea Yong Park SNKA "Magnum 14"[24] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00 39-9-10
Retains title of SNKA Japanese Lightweight (61.23kg/135lbs) championship. (8)
2007-04-22 Win Japan Yukihiro Komiya SNKA "Titans Neos"[25] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan TKO (Doctor stoppage: Cut) 5 2:17 38-9-10
2007-03-11 Win Thailand Tongchai Bunlat SNKA "Magnum 13"[26] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan KO 1 1:51 37-9-10
2007-01-21 Loss Thailand Isorasak Sitheksen SNKA "Brave Hearts 4"[27] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 36-9-10
2006-12-10 Win Japan Yuki Ishihara SNKA "Soul in The Ring IV"[28] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan TKO (Doctor Stoppage: Cut) 4 0:17 36-8-10
Retains title of SNKA Japanese Lightweight (61.23kg/135lbs) championship. (7)
2006-10-22 Win Japan Mitsuru Nakao SNKA "Magnum 12"[29] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 35-8-10
2006-07-16 Draw Thailand Denrangu Tor Saradeth SNKA "Magnum 11"[30] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (0-0) 3 3:00 34-8-10
2006-04-28 Win Japan Makoto Nishiyama SNKA "TITANS 3rd"[31] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan TKO (Doctor stoppage: cut) 4 3:00 34-8-9
2006-03-26 Win Japan Yuki Ishihara SNKA "Magnum 10"[32] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 33-8-9
2006-01-29 Win Thailand Ganswan Redmonn SNKA "Brace Hearts 1"[33] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Majority) 3 3:00 32-8-9
2005-12-11 Win Thailand Tunsongnoi Sinponlohar SNKA "Soul In The Ring III"[34] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 31-8-9
2005-10-29 Win Thailand Tonchai Bunglat Riki Onodera's Retirement Event -No Kick、No Life~Final~[35] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan KO (Right high kick) 1 1:23 30-8-9
2005-10-23 Win Thailand Songmai Kaeosen SNKA "Magnum 9"[36] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan TKO (Towel thrown) 2 2:30 29-8-9
2005-08-22 Loss Thailand Jaroenchai Jor Rachadakon SNKA "Titans 2nd"[37] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00 28-8-9
The bout was for Jaroenchai's title of Rajadamnern Stadium Lightweight(61.2kg/135lbs) championship.
2005-05-29 Draw Thailand Dentarsai Kiatviwat SNKA "Sledge Hammer"[38] Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (0-1) 3 3:00 28-7-9
2005-03-20 Win Japan Masaru Itō SNKA "Magnum 7" Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00 28-7-8
Retains title of SNKA Japanese Lightweight (61.23kg/135lbs) championship. (6)
2005-01-16 Win Japan Hyō Hoshino SNKA "Onward Operation II" Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan TKO (Doctor stoppage: Cut) 1 1:22 27-7-8
2004-12-12 Win Japan Osamitsu Taka SNKA "Soul In The Ring II" Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 26-7-8
2004-11-06 Draw Thailand Somluck Kamsing Titans 1st Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Japan Scoreless 3 3:00 25-7-8
2004-07-11 Draw Thailand Muangfalek Kiatvichian SNKA "Magnum 5" Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (0-1) 3 3:00 25-7-7
2004-05-30 Draw Thailand Atapon Por Samranchai SNKA "Super-Hybrid" Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (0-1) 3 3:00 25-7-6
2004-04-18 Draw South Korea Ryu Park SNKA "Super Kick" Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (1-1) 5 3:00 25-7-5
Retains title of SNKA Japanese Lightweight (61.23kg/135lbs) championship. (5)
2004-03-21 Win Thailand Parinya Jockey Gym SNKA "Magnum 4" Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan KO (Right low kick) 2 0:47 25-7-4
2003-11-24 Loss Thailand Jormtap Kransaenmaharsarahkam SNKA "Fight To Muay Thai" Bangkok, Thailand Decision 5 3:00 24-7-4
2003-10-12 Win Japan Masaru Itō SNKA "Magnum 3" Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00 24-6-4
Retains title of SNKA Japanese Lightweight (61.23kg/135lbs) championship. (4)
2003-07-26 Draw Thailand Noppakao Sorwanchart SNKA "Magnum 2" Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (1-1) 5 3:00 23-6-4
2003-05-18 Win Thailand Jakawarnlek Saktewan SNKA "Touch and Go" Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan TKO 3 2:35 23-6-3
2003-03-23 Win Thailand Gaendaller Swanaharnjabee SNKA "Magnum 1" Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan KO 3 2:27 22-6-3
2003-02-16 Win Japan Jackall Kuroishi SNKA "Fierce Battle" Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan KO 2 2:07 21-6-3
2002-12-01 Win Thailand Chunlong Sitkunglai SNKA "Fight To Muay Thai 2002" Bangkok, Thailand KO 5 ? 20-6-3
2002-10-20 Win Thailand Kiatessarn Swanaharnjabee SNKA "Road To Muay-Thai 2002" Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan KO 4 0:45 19-6-3
2002-09-16 Win Australia Adam Hourahan SNKA "Riki Onodera Greatest Hits!" Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan KO 2 0:32 18-6-3
2002-07-27 Win Japan Hiroki Iba SNKA "Break Away" Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan KO 1 2:43 17-6-3
Retains title of SNKA Japanese Lightweight (61.23kg/135lbs) championship. (3)
2002-05-26 Win South Korea Byung-Gyu Park SNKA "Lock On!" Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00 16-6-3
2002-03-24 Win Thailand Saryian Chuwattana SNKA "Get Forward" Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00 15-6-3
2002-01-27 Loss Thailand Muangfarlek Kiatwichean SNKA "Strike Back!" Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan TKO (cut) 2 1:01 14-6-3
2001-12-09 Loss Thailand Jakawarnleg Saktewan Rajadamnner Stadium "Fight To Muay Thai 2001" Bang Kok, Thailand Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00 14-5-3
2001-10-28 Win Thailand Titimar Kiatprasangchai SNKA "Road To Muay Thai 2001" Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00 14-4-3
2001-09-16 Win Japan Masaru Itō SNKA "Take One" Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Majority) 5 3:00 13-4-3
Retains title of SNKA Japanese Lightweight (61.23kg/135lbs) championship. (2)
2001-05-27 Win Japan Hiroki Iba SNKA "The Start Fleet" Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision 5 3:00 12-4-3
2001-03-31 Loss Thailand Sonkong Kianukung SNKA Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision 5 3:00 11-4-3
2001-01-21 Win Japan Takashi Nakagawa SNKA Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision 5 3:00 11-3-3
Retains title of SNKA Japanese Lightweight (61.23kg/135lbs) championship. (1)
2000-12-03 Loss Thailand Kaoklai Kaennorsing SNKA "Fight To Muay Thai 2000" Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision 5 3:00 10-3-3
2000-10-28 Win Thailand Seasawat Sakmuanfanguren SNKA Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision 5 3:00 10-2-3
2000-09-10 Draw South Korea Byung-Gyu Park SNKA Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision 5 3:00 9-2-3
2000-05-05 Draw Thailand Muangfarlek Kiatwichean SNKA Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision 5 3:00 9-2-2
2000-04-09 Win Japan Masakazu Shimizu SNKA "Satelite" Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan TKO 5 0:10 9-2-1
2000-01-23 Win Japan Shingo Takayama SNKA "Double Impact" Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan KO 2 2:25 8-2-1
Wins Takayama's title of SNKA Japanese Lightweight (61.23kg/135lbs) championship.
1999-10-30 Win Japan Takashi Nakagawa SNKA "The Rematch Heaven or Hell" Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00 7-2-1
1999-03-13 Win Japan Shigeyuki Hanamura SNKA Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00 6-2-1
1998-03-28 Win Japan Shingo Takayama SNKA Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision 5-2-1
1998-01-31 Draw Japan Katsumori Maita SNKA Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision 4-2-1
1997-09-07 Win Japan Shigeyuki Hanamura SNKA Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision 4-2-0
1997-07-04 Win Japan Michiyasu Kimura SNKA Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision 3-2-0
1996-12-22 Win Japan Shingo Koyanagi SNKA Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision 2-2-0
1996-04-29 Loss Japan Kakazu Nao SNKA Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision 1-2-0
1996-03-31 Loss Japan Eitetsu To SNKA Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan Decision 1-1-0
1996-01-28 Win Japan Jun Fujita SNKA Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan KO 3 ? 1-0-0
Legend:   Win   Loss   Draw/No contest   Notes
Amateur kickboxing record
Date Result Opponent Event Location Method Round Time
2007-11-03 Loss Uzbekistan Mavlonbek Kahhorov 2007 Asian Indoor Games, Muay, Welterweight, Final Cotai, Macau Decision (Split: 2-3) 4 2:00
2007-11-01 Win Jordan Yaser Abu-Safiyah 2007 Asian Indoor Games, Muay, Welterweight, Semi-final Cotai, Macau Decision (Unanimous) 4 2:00
2007-10-30 Win Lebanon Fadi Sweidan 2007 Asian Indoor Games, Muay, Welterweight, Quarter-final Cotai, Macau W.O. 1 0:00
Legend:   Win   Loss   Draw/No contest   Notes

Titles[edit]

Amateur[edit]

Professional[edit]

  • TOUITSU Lightweight champion (2008)
  • Shin Nihon Kickboxing Association Lightweight champion
  • Rajadamnern Stadium Super lightweight champion

Awards[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 「武田防衛で4月に弾み。石井ライト級王者に」 Defending title gives Takeda fresh impetus to bout in April, Ishii wins Lightweight title
  2. ^ (結果) [TITANS] 11.6 北九州:ガオグライ×ベルナルドはドロー (Result) [TITANS] November 6 Kitakyushu: Kaoklai vs Bernerdo is draw
  3. ^ a b 石井宏樹、判定勝ちでラジャダムナン王者に10.2 後楽園 Hiroki Ishii becomes Rajadamnern Stadium Champion by the unanimous decision, October 2, Korakuen
  4. ^ March Madness: Muay Thai Fights to Watch This Month
  5. ^ Hiroki Ishii loses his Rajadamnern Title at Magnum 31
  6. ^ Andy Souwer Drops Decision to Tsukuru Midorikawa in Japan
  7. ^ 石井宏樹、引退戦はゲーオに2R KO負け:2.11 大田(in Japanese)
  8. ^ http://liverkick.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1864:snka-titans-neos-12-results-hiroki-ishii-defends-rajadamnern-stadium-title&catid=38:asia&Itemid=59
  9. ^ http://www.boutreview.com/2/reports/sn-kick/120722sn-kick.html
  10. ^ 石井宏樹KO勝ち。10月、4度目のラジャ挑戦:7.24 後楽園 Ishii wins by KO. 4th Challenging for Rajadamnern title on October: July 24 Korakuen
  11. ^ 石井宏樹、江幡塁、翔栄が判定勝ち:5.15 後楽園 Ishii, Ebata, and Shoei win by decision:May 15 Korakuen
  12. ^ 震災後初の後楽園キック。石井宏樹、光明見出すKO勝ち First event in Korakuen after earthquake. Hiroki Ishii wins by KO for bright future
  13. ^ 石井宏樹、ラジャダムナン挑戦への再起戦はKO負け Ishii gets Knocked out in a comeback fight for challenging Rajadamnern
  14. ^ 石井宏樹、ラジャダムナン&WMC奪取ならず Ishii fails in challenging Rajadamnern & WMC titles
  15. ^ 石井宏樹、タイ人を1R KO。松本哉朗が防衛 Ishii KOs Thai fighter, Matsumoto defends his title
  16. ^ 石井宏樹、ラジャのランカーを1R肘KO Ishii KO a ranker from Rajadamnern in 1R
  17. ^ 石井宏樹、肘一撃で強豪カノンスックをKO Hiroki Ishii KO Kanonsuk, the powerful fighter with a elbow strike
  18. ^ 石井宏樹、ラジャのライト級6位に5R判定勝ち Hiroki Ishii beats rated #6 from Rajadamnern by the unanimous decision
  19. ^ 石井、3団体王者圧倒しトーナメント優勝 Ishii wins tournament by an overwhelming strength against other 3 champions
  20. ^ (レポ&写真) [新日本キック] 3.9 後楽園:石井、ラジャ奪取ならず (Report&Photos) [SNKA] March 9 Korakuen: Ishii fails to win Rajadamnern title
  21. ^ (レポ&写真) [新日本キック] 1.20 後楽園:武田、KO負けも現役続行 (Report&Photos) [SNKA] Takeda gets KO but still continues his career
  22. ^ (レポ&写真) [新日本キック] 12.9 後楽園:石井、ラジャ挑戦権獲得 (Report&Photos) [SNKA] December 9 Korakuen; Ishii wins an elimination match for challenging Rajadamnern title
  23. ^ (レポ&写真) [新日本キック] 9.16 後楽園:石井、小宮を返り討ち (Report&Photos) [SNKA] September 16 Korakuen: Ishii beats Komiya, the avenger
  24. ^ (レポ&写真) [新日本キック] 7.22 後楽園:石井・菊地・松本が防衛 (Report&Photos) [SNKA] July 22 Korakuen: Ishii, Kikuchi & Matsumoto defend their titles
  25. ^ (レポ&写真) [新日本キック] 4.22 後楽園:石井、J-NET小宮に大苦戦 (Report&Photos) [SNKA] Ishii's desperate battle against Komiya from J-NET
  26. ^ (レポ&写真) [新日本キック] 3.11 後楽園:深津&内田が防衛。松本ドロー (Report&Photos) [SNKA] Fukatsu & Uchida defends their titles. Matsumoto ends up by draw
  27. ^ (レポ&写真) [新日本キック] 1.21 後楽園:武田快勝。松本4度目の防衛 (Report&Photos) [SNKA] January 21 Korakuen: Takeda's easy win. Matsumoto succeeds in 4th defense
  28. ^ (写真) [新日本キック] 12.10 後楽園:石井&正木が王座防衛 (Photos) [SNKA] December 10 Korakuen: Ishii & Masaki defend their titles
  29. ^ (レポ) [新日本キック] 10.22 後楽園:菊地王座奪還。後藤戦で判定混乱 (Report) [SNKA] October 22 Korakuen: Kikuchi gets back his title. Decision for Goto VS Asami gets changed
  30. ^ (レポ&写真) [新日本キック] 7.16 後楽園:深津、初防衛も終盤苦戦 (Reports & Photos) [SNKA] July 16 Korakuen: Fukatsu defeds his title in a hard fight
  31. ^ (レポ&写真) [TITANS] 4.28 代々木:武田黒星。石井&菊地、交流戦完勝 (Report&Photos) [TITANS] April 28 Yoyogi: Ishii & Kikuchi get perfect victory against fighters from other organizations
  32. ^ (レポ&写真) [新日本キック] 3.26 後楽園:大野、菊地から王座奪取 (Reports & Photos) [SNKA] March 26 Korakuen: Ono gets title from Kikuchi
  33. ^ (レポ&写真) [新日本キック] 1.29 後楽園:内田、バックドロップで反則勝ち (Report&Photos) [SNKA] January 29 Korakuen:Uchida wins by opponent's disqualification
  34. ^ (写真) [新日本キック] 12.11 後楽園:松本哉朗、因縁の山崎下し防衛 (Photos) [SNKA] December 11 Korakuen: Toshio Matsumoto defends his title from Yamazaki
  35. ^ (レポ&写真) [新日本キック] 10.29 大田:小野寺引退。武田が総合!? (Reports&Photos) [SNKA] October 29 Ota: Onodera gets retired. Takeda challenges MMA!?
  36. ^ (結果) [新日本キック] 10.23 後楽園:建石ドロー防衛。石井快勝 (Results) [SNKA] October 23 Korakuen: Tateishi defeds his title with draw. Ishii gets easy victory
  37. ^ (レポ&写真) [TITANS] 8.22 代々木:武田&石井、王座奪えずも激闘 (Reports&Photos) [TITANS] August 22 Yoyogi: Takeda & Ishii fail to get titles but have hard fights
  38. ^ (レポ&写真) [新日本キック] 5.29 後楽園:武田、わずか33秒で完勝 (Reports & photos) [SNKA] May 29 Korakuen: Takeda has a compete win in 33 seconds

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