Yasubey Enomoto

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Yasubey Enomoto
Born (1983-12-15) December 15, 1983 (age 33)
Zurich, Switzerland
Nationality Swiss
Ethnicity Japanese, Peruvian, Swiss
Height 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Weight 170 lb (77 kg; 12 st)
Division Welterweight
Reach 69.0 in (175 cm)[1]
Fighting out of Zurich, Switzerland
Team Enomoto Dojo
Rank brown belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Years active 2006–present
Professional boxing record
Total 1
Wins 1
Kickboxing record
Total 9
Wins 7
Losses 2
Draws 0
Mixed martial arts record
Total 25
Wins 16
By knockout 1
By submission 5
By decision 10
Losses 9
By knockout 3
By submission 1
By decision 5
Other information
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog

Yasubey Enomoto (born December 15, 1983 in Zurich)[2] is a Swiss mixed martial artist, who fights as a welterweight. He is a veteran in Japan's Sengoku Raiden Championship. He was the runner up of the Sengoku Welterweight Grand Prix Tournament losing to Keita Nakamura in the finals. He is a former M-1 Global World Welterweight Champion.

Life[edit]

Enomoto was born in Zurich, Switzerland, to a Japanese Peruvian father and Swiss mother. He began martial arts training at the age of 3 when he took up Judo and then Shotokan Karate at 7, and eventually Shaolin Kung Fu at 16.[3] When he was a college student, he took up Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (in which he holds a brown belt[4]) and Muay Thai. In 2006, became the domestic amateur kickboxing champion, and the IKBO Thaiboxing World Champion in 2008. His grappling titles include 1 time UGC grappling European Champion, 2 times international German BJJ and grappling champion, and 2 times Swiss BJJ and grappling champion. He holds a Muay Thai record of 7-2, a boxing record of 1-0, and a BJJ and grappling record of 90-8.[5]

Yasubey and his brother, Felipe Enomoto, run the Enomoto Dojo in Zurich.[6]

Mixed martial arts career[edit]

Early career[edit]

Enomoto took part in his first mixed martial arts bout at the S-1: European Championship Fight Night kickboxing event in February 2006, and won via unanimous decision over Vlajko Perovic. He then returned to the ring as a mixed martial artist two years later as he defeated Ireland's Danny Doherty with an armbar in Prague. After this, he was given the chance to fight for the Cage Fighters Championships' Welterweight title in England. He took on Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt Henrique Santana and won via unanimous decision.[7] Three months later, he recorded the first loss of his career as he was TKO'd by Tyler Stinson at Art of Fighting 3: Rumble at Robarts 3 in Florida, US.

Sengoku Raiden Championships[edit]

Enomoto made his promotional debut with the Sengoku Raiden Championship in June 2010 against the veteran Sanae Kikuta at Sengoku 13, where he won via submission by using a bulldog choke.

He then entered the 2010 Welterweight Grand Prix, and won his opening round fight at Sengoku 14, defeating Kenta Takagi via submission.[8] In the semi-finals, he was drawn against Taisuke Okuno who he faced at Sengoku 15. After three rounds in which Enomoto dominated the fight using boxing techniques, he was unanimously judged to be the winner.[9] He faced Keita Nakamura in the final at Sengoku: Soul of Fight on December 30, 2010 and submitted to a rear naked choke thereby becoming the runner up of the tournament.

М-1 Global[edit]

Enomoto stepped in as a last minute replacement for Rashid Magomedov in a title fight against M-1 Welterweight champion Shamil Zavurov. He took the fight on 8 days notice[10] and lost via unanimous decision.

After picking up two wins in the promotion, Enomoto was given another shot at the title. Enomoto faced Shamil Zavurov in a rematch at M-1 Challenge XXX. He was able to submit an exhausted Zavurov in the fifth round after a back and forth contest to become the new Welterweight champion.

Yasubey faced Rashid Magomedov on March 16, 2012 at M-1 Challenge 31. He lost the fight via unanimous decision (50–45, 49–47, 50–45).

Absolute Championship Berkut[edit]

Enomoto faced Igor Svirid on December 18, 2016 at ACB 50: Rasulov vs. Goltsov. He won the fight via unanimous decision

Championships and accomplishments[edit]

Mixed Martial Arts

  • M-1 Global
    • M-1 Global Welterweight Championship (one time)

Mixed martial arts record[edit]

Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Loss 16–9 Nikolay Aleksakhin TKO (Retirement) EFN: Fight Nights Global 61 March 11, 2017 2 1:19 Bryansk, Russia
Win 16–8 Igor Svirid Decision (unanimous) ACB 50 December 18, 2016 3 5:00 Saint Petersburg, Russia
Loss 15–8 Vladimir Mineev Decision (unanimous) EFN: Fight Nights Global 53 October 8, 2016 3 5:00 Moscow, Russia
Win 15–7 Stanislav Molodcov Decision (unanimous) EFN: Fight Nights Global 48 May 26, 2016 3 5:00 Moscow, Russia
Loss 14–7 Aslambek Saidov Decision (unanimous) KSW 34: New Order March 5, 2016 3 5:00 Warsaw, Poland
Win 14–6 Shamil Zavurov Submission (guillotine choke) Grozny Fights 9 October 4, 2015 3 2:28 Grozny, Russia
Win 13–6 Abubakar Vagaev Decision (split) Grozny Fights 3 June 13, 2015 3 5:00 Grozny, Russia
Loss 12–6 Alexander Shlemenko Decision (unanimous) Fight Nights: Battle of Moscow 18 December 20, 2014 3 5:00 Moscow, Russia
Win 12–5 Rustam Bogatirev Decision (unanimous) FEFoMP - Battle of Empires 3 December 14, 2013 3 5:00 Khabarovsk, Russia
Loss 11–5 Albert Tumenov TKO (head kick and punches) Fight Nights: Battle of Moscow 13 October 27, 2013 1 3:52 Moscow, Russia
Win 11–4 Shamil Zavurov Decision (unanimous) Fight Nights: Battle of Moscow 12 June 21, 2013 3 5:00 Moscow, Russia
Win 10–4 Khusein Khaliev Decision (split) M-1 Challenge 34 September 30, 2012 3 5:00 Moscow, Russia
Loss 9–4 Rashid Magomedov Decision (unanimous) M-1 Challenge 31 March 16, 2012 5 5:00 St. Petersburg, Russia Lost M-1 Global Welterweight Championship.
Win 9–3 Shamil Zavurov Submission (guillotine choke) M-1 Challenge 30: Zavurov vs. Enomoto December 9, 2011 5 4:10 Costa Mesa, California, United States Won M-1 Global Welterweight Championship.
Win 8–3 Josh Thorpe Submission (triangle choke) M-1 Challenge 27: Magalhaes vs. Zayats October 14, 2011 1 1:07 Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Win 7–3 Rafal Moks Decision (majority) M-1 Global: M-1 Ukraine European Battle June 4, 2011 3 5:00 Kiev, Ukraine
Loss 6–3 Shamil Zavurov Decision (unanimous) M-1 Challenge 25: Zavurov vs. Enomoto April 28, 2011 5 5:00 St. Petersburg, Russia For M-1 Global Welterweight Championship.
Loss 6–2 Keita Nakamura Submission (rear-naked choke) World Victory Road Presents: Soul of Fight December 30, 2010 2 3:48 Tokyo, Japan SRC Welterweight Grand Prix Final.
Win 6–1 Taisuke Okuno Decision (unanimous) World Victory Road Presents: Sengoku Raiden Championships 15 October 30, 2010 3 5:00 Tokyo, Japan SRC Welterweight Grand Prix Semifinal.
Win 5–1 Kenta Takagi Submission (bulldog choke) World Victory Road Presents: Sengoku Raiden Championships 14 August 22, 2010 2 0:53 Tokyo, Japan SRC Welterweight Grand Prix Quarterfinal.
Win 4–1 Sanae Kikuta TKO (punches) World Victory Road Presents: Sengoku Raiden Championships 13 June 20, 2010 1 3:57 Tokyo, Japan
Loss 3–1 Tyler Stinson TKO (punches) AOF 3: Rumble at Robarts June 13, 2009 3 1:59 Sarasota, Florida, United States
Win 3–0 Henrique Santana Decision (unanimous) Cage Fighters Championships 5 March 7, 2009 3 5:00 N/A Won Cage Fighters Championships Welterweight title
Win 2–0 Danny Doherty Submission (armbar) Hell Cage 1 May 5, 2008 2 N/A Prague, Czech Republic
Win 1–0 Vlajko Perovic Decision (unanimous) S-1: European Championship Fight Night February 18, 2006 2 5:00 Basel, Switzerland

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