Shoot Boxing World Tournament 1995

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Shoot Boxing World Tournament 1995
Information
Promotion Shoot Boxing
Date 31 January 1995
Venue Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium
City Japan Osaka, Japan
Event chronology
Shoot Boxing World Tournament 1995 Shoot Boxing - S-Cup 1996

Shoot Boxing World Tournament 1995 or S-Cup 1995 was a shoot boxing event promoted by Caesar Takeshi. It was the inaugural (70kg/154lbs weight class) Shoot Boxing World Tournament, featuring an eight single elimination format, fought under Shoot Boxing Rules. In total there were eight fighters at the event, representing five countries. The tournament winner was Hiromu Yoshitaka who defeated Ron Belliveau in the final. The event was held at the Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium on Wednesday, 31 January 1995.

Shoot Boxing World Tournament 1995[edit]

Quarter Finals Semi Finals Final
Japan Makoto Ohe    
Netherlands Dylan Gravenberg WIN     Netherlands Dylan Gravenberg    
Japan Takashi Abe       United States Ron Belliveau WIN  
United States Ron Belliveau WIN       United States Ron Belliveau  
Thailand Bovi Chorwaikan DEC       Japan Hiromu Yoshitaka WIN
Suriname Rayen Simson       Thailand Bovi Chorwaikan  
Netherlands Stuart Ballentine       Japan Hiromu Yoshitaka WIN    
Japan Hiromu Yoshitaka WIN  

Results[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The First SHOOT BOXING WORLD TOURNAMENT S-cup‘95". Shoot Boxing Official Website. Retrieved 2010-09-14.