Yoko Takahashi (fighter)

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Yoko Takahashi
Born (1973-04-20) April 20, 1973 (age 43)
Otaru, Hokkaido, Japan
Other names Taka
Residence Japan
Nationality Japanese
Height 1.72 m (5 ft 7 12 in)[1]
Weight 72 kg (159 lb)[1]
Style Kickboxing, Boxing
Team AJWPW (1996-1997)
Jd' (1997-2001)
Miharu cram school (2002)
SOD Women's MMA Dojo (2003-2006)
Freelance (2006, 2007, 2008)
Tomoe-gumi (2007-2008)
Age Age (2008-2010)
Fight Chix (2010)
Years active 1996-present (MMA)
1996-1999, 2010 (kickboxing)
2006 (boxing)
Professional boxing record
Total 1
Losses 1
By knockout 1
Kickboxing record
Total 7
Wins 2
By knockout 1
Losses 4
By knockout 1
Draws 1
Mixed martial arts record
Total 29
Wins 15
By knockout 4
By submission 11
Losses 12
By knockout 2
By submission 5
By decision 4
By disqualification 1
Draws 2
Other information
Website Official blog
Boxing record from BoxRec
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog
last updated on: December 13, 2010 (2010-12-13)

Yoko Takahashi (高橋 洋子 Takahashi Yōko?, born on (1973-04-20)April 20, 1973) is a Japanese female mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter and kickboxer and former boxer and professional wrestler. Takahashi is a former Smackgirl open weight champion. She is considered Japan's first female mixed martial artist.[1][2][3]

Background[edit]

Takahashi was born on (1973-04-20)April 20, 1973 in Otaru, Hokkaido, Japan.[1][4]

Professional wrestling career[edit]

Takahashi debuted as a professional wrestler with All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling (AJWPW) promotion in 1994 and kept participating until the end of 1996, when she decided not to continue with professional wrestling due to a hernia in her back.[3] She became a part-time referee for promotion Yoshimoto Pro-Wrestling Jd',[2] where she met her long-time partner Megumi Yabushita.[3] They both left Jd' in 2002.[3]

Mixed martial arts career[edit]

Takahashi debuted in MMA on July 14, 1996 (1996-07-14) at AJWPW event U Top Tournament: Participants Selection Matches (U★TOPトーナメント出場者選考試合 u top tōnamento shutsujōsha senkō shiai?) held at Korakuen Hall, in a fight that consisted of a single round with unlimited time, defeating German pro-wrestler Thundercrackk from Pro Wrestling Fujiwara Gumi at 10 minutes and 14 seconds, after Takahashi landed a kick to the face that made Thundercrackk give up.[1][3][5]

At Nippon Budokan on August 12, 1996 (1996-08-12) at the event U Top Tournament: First Round (U★TOPトーナメント1回戦 u top tōnamento 1 kaisen?), Takahashi suffered her first loss, being defeated by Russian judoka Irina Rodina with a submission (reversed cross lock)[clarification needed] at 6 minutes and 6 seconds of the single no time limit round.[5][6]

At the event The U-Japan Super Fighting '96 vol. 1 held on November 17, 1996 (1996-11-17) at the Ariake Coliseum, Takahashi was defeated by American women's MMA pioneer Becky Levi via TKO (corner stoppage, towel thrown in, punches) at 2 minutes and 13 seconds of the unlimited time bout.[5][7]

Takahashi was defeated by karateka Miwako Ishihara via unanimous decision after two rounds at Daido Juku's event Daido Juku: The Wars 4 (大道塾・THE WARS 4 daidō juku the wars 4?) on March 11, 1997 (1997-03-11) at the Korakuen Hall.[5]

At the event Jd' MMA Professional-Amateur Showdown (Jd' 格闘技プロ・アマ対決 jd' kakutougi puro ama taiketsu?) on October 12, 1997 (1997-10-12) Takahashi defeated Yuko Mukai via unanimous decision after 3 rounds.[5]

On December 8, 1997 (1997-12-08) at the event Central Martial Arts Association: Octagon Challenge held at the Nagoya Congress Center, Takahashi lost against pro-wrestler Rieko Amano (known by the ring name Carlos Amano) after Takahashi illegally kicked Amano in the face and was disqualified at 17 minutes and 25 seconds.[5][8][9]

Takahashi next fought and defeated partner Megumi Yabushita at 16 minutes with 7 seconds of an unlimited time match with a heel hold submission on March 8, 1998 (1998-03-08) at Jd' event Yokohama Super Break held at the Yokohama Cultural Gymnasium.[5][10]

At Ladies Legend Pro-Wrestling (LLPW) event Ultimate Challenge '98 L-1 on October 10, 1998 (1998-10-10), Takahashi won by TKO (referee stoppage) against kickboxer Aya Mitsui at 1 minute and 54 seconds of the first round.[5][11][12]

Takahashi next fought Mari Kaneko, whom Takahashi defeated via submission (achilles lock) at Club Fight Round 1 on November 12, 2000 (2000-11-12).[13]

Ten days later, on November 22, 2000 (2000-11-22) Takahashi defeated European Karate Champion Dutch Silviana Furunefield via armbar submission at LLPW event L-1 2000 The Strongest Lady.[12][14][15]

At the inaugural Smackgirl event, Smackgirl: Episode 0, held on December 17, 2000 (2000-12-17) at Korakuen Hall, Takahashi knocked out Dutch kickboxer Sandra de Langeais at 1 minute and 27 seconds of the first round.[16][17]

On May 3, 2001 (2001-05-03) at ReMix Golden Gate 2001, Takahashi was defeated by the previous tournament winner, Dutch Marloes Coenen, via submission (armbar) in the first round.[18][19][20]

At Club Fight vol. 4 on August 20, 2001 (2001-08-20), Takahashi fought against Miwako Ishihara once again in a bout that ended in a tie after ten minutes.[21][22]

Takahashi got another victory when she defeated Mika Harigai by Achilles lock submission in the first round at Smackgirl: Pioneering Spirit on February 3, 2002 (2002-02-03).[23]

On March 2, 2002 (2002-03-02) at Zero-One: True Century Creation '02, Takahashi drew with Yuuki Kubota after three rounds.[24]

Takahashi was defeated by Dutch fighter Irma Verhoeff via TKO in the first round on June 23, 2002 (2002-06-23) at Free Fight Explosion 2, held in Beverwijk, Netherlands.

On July 7, 2002 (2002-07-07) at Zero-One: Impossible to Escape Takahashi defeated Aya Koyama by submission (guillotine choke) in the first round.[25][26] Along with a tag match a day before, this was Takahashi only MMA fight with the team Miharu cram school (三晴塾 miharu juku?).

After almost two years without MMA fights, at It's Showtime - Amsterdam Arena held on May 20, 2004 (2004-05-20) in Amsterdam, Takahashi faced once again Irma Verhoeff, who defeated Takahashi, this time by decision.[27][28] This was Takahashi's first time representing her own team, formed in partnership with adult video maker Soft on Demand (SOD), SOD Women's MMA Dojo.

At Smackgirl 2004: Holy Land Triumphal Return on August 5, 2004 (2004-08-05) Takahashi defeated masked pro-wrestler Yuiga by TKO after the referee stopped the fight when Yuiga was knocked down with punches for the second time in the last minute of the first round.[29][30]

On November 4, 2004 (2004-11-04) at Smackgirl 2004: Yuuki Kondo Retirement Celebration Takahashi defeated pro-wrestler Kaoru Ito with a kimura submission in the first round.[31][32]

At Smackgirl 2004: World ReMix on December 19, 2004 (2004-12-19), during the first round of the tournament to determine Smackgirl's first open weight champion, Takahashi had a rematch with Marloes Coenen, who once again defeated Takahashi, this time by TKO (referee stoppage, punches and knees) in the first round.[33][34]

Takahashi rebounded with a submission victory over American fighter Emma Bush (at the time Emma Nielsen) with a leg armbar in the first round at Smackgirl: Korea 2005 on May 21, 2005 (2005-05-21).[35][36]

Debuting in Shooto, Takahashi defeated Mika Hayashi by TKO after knocking Hayashi down for the third time in the first round, winning in 47 seconds at G-Shooto plus 05 on February 24, 2006 (2006-02-24).[37][38]

On March 11, 2006 (2006-03-11) at G-Shooto Japan 04 Takahashi had a third match against Marloes Coenen, who once again defeated Takahashi, submitting her with an armbar in 39 seconds.[39][40]

At Deep's event CMA festival: Japan vs. South Korea total war held on May 24, 2006 (2006-05-24), Takahashi defeated South Korean kickboxer Yong Joo Lee with a heel hook submission in the second round.[41][42]

On June 30, 2006 (2006-06-30) at Smackgirl 2006: Top Girl Battle Takahashi defeated Michiko Takeda via submission (rear naked choke) in the first round.[43][44] As her team had recently been disbanded, in this fight Takahashi fought as a freelance with no team.

Takahashi was defeated in her next fight by American Jen Case via armbar submission in the second round at the event Fatal Femmes Fighting: Asian Invasion on February 17, 2007 (2007-02-17).[45][46] This was Takahashi's first fight with her new team, Tomoe-gumi (巴組?), after she and Megumi Yabushita left their partnership with SOD video maker.

Takahashi became the third Smackgirl open weight title holder by defeating American fighter Alicia Mena by submission (rear naked choke) in the first round at Smackgirl 2007: The Queen Said The USA Is Strongest on May 19, 2007 (2007-05-19).[47][48]

At Fatal Femmes Fighting 2: Girls Night Out on July 14, 2007 (2007-07-14) Takahashi defeated former teammate Keiko Tamai with a calf slicer submission in the first round.[49]

Takahashi lost the Smackgirl open weight title in her first title defense against teammate Hiroko Yamanaka, who defeated Takahashi via unanimous decision after three rounds at Smackgirl 2007: Queens' Hottest Summer on September 6, 2007 (2007-09-06).[50][51]

On October 4, 2008 (2008-10-04) at EliteXC: Heat, Takahashi faced Brazilian Chute Boxe member Cristiane Santos, who defeated Takahashi via unanimous decision after three rounds.[52][53]

At Cage Fighting Xtreme - XKL Evolution II: Mayhem in Minneapolis on April 24, 2010 (2010-04-24) American Shana Olsen defeated Takahashi via unanimous decision after three rounds.[54][55]

MMA tag matches[edit]

During her time with Smackgirl promotion, Takahashi participated in some MMA tag matches. The first of them took place at Smackgirl: Golden Gate 2002 on May 6, 2002 (2002-05-06) in which Takahashi and her tag partner Tamami Nakamura defeated Hiromi Kanai and Mika Harigai after Kanai fractured some of her ribs when fighting Takahashi and the doctor stopped the fight in the first round.[56][57]

The second one was at Smackgirl: Strongest Tag Tournament 2002 on July 6, 2002 (2002-07-06) in which Takahashi was partnered with Hisae Watanabe and both were defeated by Miwako Ishihara and Mari Kaneko when Ishihara caught Takahashi in an armbar and forced her to submit in the first round.[58][59]

Kickboxing career[edit]

On September 10, 1996 (1996-09-10) in a Groove Match (グローブマッチ gurōbu macchi?) held at Korakuen Hall, Takahshi lost against future shoot boxing champion Fumiko Ishimoto by majority decision after three rounds in a shoot boxing rules fight.[5]

In another Groove Match, Takahashi, representing Jd', defeated Saya Endo, who was representing AJWPW, by unanimous decision after three rounds on December 8, 1996 (1996-12-08) at the Ryogoku Kokugikan arena.[5][60]

On January 16, 1997 (1997-01-16), Takahashi participated in another Groove Match against an AJWPW member at the Stadium 2 of the Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium, where she was defeated via unanimous decision after 2 rounds by Kumiko Maekawa.[5]

At Jd' 3rd Anniversary on April 29, 1999 (1999-04-29) at the Korakuen Hall, Takahashi participated in a kickboxing match against All Japan Kickboxing Federation (AJKF) fighter Tomomi Sunaba which ended in a draw after 3 rounds.[5][61]

On September 12, 1999 (1999-09-12) at the event Jd' Kyoto Tournament (Jd' 京都大会 jd' kyōto taikai?), Takahashi defeated Uno by TKO (referee stoppage) in a kickboxing rules match in the first round.[5][61]

On October 8, 1999 (1999-10-08) at AJKF event Wave-VIII, Takahashi was defeated by 3-time World Champion kickboxer Naoko Kumagai via unanimous decision after 2 rounds.[5][61][62]

Takahashi returned to kickboxing competitions on October 31, 2010 (2010-10-31) at Dragon Gym event Charity kickboxing event: No Name Heroes 10, where she was defeated via KO in the third round by Muay Thai expert Rie Murakami, barely 10 seconds before the end of the fight.[63][64]

Boxing career[edit]

Takahashi made her boxing debut on June 10, 2006 (2006-06-10) at the event Yamaki Gym 21st anniversary: Yamaki Festival (山木ジム21周年記念興業 山木祭り yamaki jimu 21 shūnen kinen kōgyō yamaki matsuri?) against Women's International Boxing Association (WIBA) champion Emiko Raika, who defeated Takahashi by KO (body blow) in the fourth round.[65][66]

Grappling career[edit]

At club Deep Tokyo: Megaton Grand Prix 2008 Finals on August 2, 2008 (2008-08-02) Takahashi had a rematch against Mika Hayashi in a submission grappling match, which ended in a majority draw after two rounds.[67][68]

Outside sports[edit]

In 2002 JD' faced some financial troubles that led to Takahashi and Megumi Yabushita to leave the wrestling promotion to form their own MMA team in partnership with SOD.[3] As par of their partnership with SOD, Takahashi acted as a referee in an adult video where actresses fought naked in the ring.[3]

After some years, Takahashi and Yabushita thought it would be better to work independently and decided to leave the partnership.[3] The SOD Women's MMA Dojo was finally closed on May 31, 2006 (2006-05-31).[69]

Takahashi and Yabushita later formed a new team, Tomoe-gumi, and they collaborated with Fang Gym in Tokyo in order to have training facilities.[3] Some team members had differences with Fang Gym's policies and this eventually caused the dissolution of the team by November 2007 (2007-11).[3]

After some time as freelancers, in 2008 Yabushita and Takahashi formed a new team, Age Age (アゲ♂アゲ☆?), at the request of former Tomoe-gumi fighters.[3] They became bouncers of bar / live house Exit in exchange of using the live house space for their training and amateur MMA shows during the day.[3]

On March 19, 2010 (2010-03-19) Takahashi, along with Megumi Yabushita, announced their association with American clothing brand Fight Chix and they decided to rename their team to Fight Chix.[3]

Besides MMA, kicboxing and Fight Chix products commercialization, Takahashi currently works in a tuna processing plant[2][70] and also as a bouncer, alternating with Megumi Yabushita.[2][3]

Mixed martial arts record[edit]

Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Loss 17-13-2 Shana Olsen Decision (0-3) CFX - XKL Evolution II: Mayhem in Minneapolis April 24, 2010 3 5:00 Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Loss 17-12-2 Cristiane Justino Decision (0-3) EliteXC: Heat October 4, 2008 3 3:00 Sunrise, Florida, United States
Loss 17-11-2 Hiroko Yamanaka Decision (0-3) Smackgirl 2007: Queens' Hottest Summer September 6, 2007 3 5:00 Tokyo, Japan Lost Smackgirl open weight title
Win 17-10-2 Keiko Tamai Submission (calf slicer) Fatal Femmes Fighting 2: Girls Night Out July 14, 2007 1 2:27 Compton, California, United States
Win 16-10-2 Alicia Mena Submission (rear naked choke) Smackgirl 2007: The Queen Said The USA Is Strongest May 19, 2007 1 3:04 Tokyo, Japan Won Smackgirl open weight title
Loss 15-10-2 Jen Case Submission (armbar) Fatal Femmes Fighting: Asian Invasion February 17, 2007 2 1:39 Los Angeles, California, United States
Win 15-9-2 Michiko Takeda Submission (rear naked choke) Smackgirl 2006: Top Girl Battle June 30, 2006 1 4:09 Tokyo, Japan
Win 14-9-2 Yong Joo Lee Submission (heel hook) Deep: CMA Festival May 24, 2006 2 0:47 Tokyo, Japan
Loss 13-9-2 Marloes Coenen Submission (armbar) G-Shooto: G-Shooto 04 March 11, 2006 1 0:39 Tokyo, Japan
Win 13-8-2 Mika Hayashi TKO (head kick) G-Shooto: Plus05 February 24, 2006 1 0:47 Tokyo, Japan
Win 12-8-2 Emma Bush Submission (leg armbar) Smackgirl: Korea 2005 May 21, 2005 1 4:13 Suwon, South Korea
Loss 11-8-2 Marloes Coenen TKO (strikes) Smackgirl 2004: World ReMix December 19, 2004 1 2:30 Shizuoka, Shizuoka, Japan Open weight queen decision tournament first round
Win 11-7-2 Kaoru Ito Submission (kimura) Smackgirl 2004: Yuuki Kondo Retirement Celebration November 4, 2004 1 1:34 Tokyo, Japan
Win 10-7-2 Yuiga TKO (punches) Smackgirl 2004: Holy Land Triumphal Return August 5, 2004 1 4:33 Tokyo, Japan
Loss 9-7-2 Irma Verhoeff Decision It's Showtime 2004 Amsterdam May 20, 2004 3 3:00 Amsterdam, Netherlands
Win 9-6-2 Aya Koyama Submission (guillotine choke) Zero-One: Impossible to Escape July 7, 2002 1 1:43 Tokyo, Japan
Loss 8-6-2 Irma Verhoeff TKO Free Fight Explosion 2 June 23, 2002 1 Beverwijk, Netherlands
Draw 8-5-2 Yuuki Kondo Draw Zero-One: True Century Creation '02 March 2, 2002 3 3:00 Tokyo, Japan
Win 8-5-1 Mika Harigai Submission (Achilles lock) Smackgirl: Pioneering Spirit February 3, 2002 1 2:35 Tokyo, Japan
Draw 7-5-1 Miwako Ishihara Draw Club Fight vol. 4 August 20, 2001 1 10:00 Tokyo, Japan
Loss 7-5-0 Marloes Coenen Submission (armbar) ReMix Golden Gate 2001 May 3, 2001 1 1:13 Tokyo, Japan
Win 7-4-0 Sandra de Langeais KO Smackgirl: Episode 0 December 17, 2000 1 1:27 Tokyo, Japan
Win 6-4-0 Silviana Furunefield Submission (armbar) LLPW: L-1 2000 The Strongest Lady November 22, 2000 1 1:28 Tokyo, Japan
Win 5-4-0 Mari Kaneko Submission (Achilles lock) Club Fight Round 1 November 12, 2000 1 4:01 Tokyo, Japan
Win 4-4-0 Aya Mitsui TKO LLPW: Ultimate Challenge '98 L-1 October 10, 1998 1 1:54 Tokyo, Japan
Win 3-4-0 Megumi Yabushita Submission (heel hold) Jd': Yokohama Super Break March 8, 1998 1 16:07 Yokohama, Japan
Loss 2-4-0 Rieko Amano DQ (illegal kick) CMA: Octagon Challenge December 8, 1997 1 17:25 Nagoya, Japan
Win 2-3-0 Yuko Mukai Decision (3-0) Jd' MMA Professional-Amateur Showdown October 12, 1997 3 3:00 Ikoma, Nara, Japan
Loss 1-3-0 Miwako Ishihara Decision (0-3) Daido Juku: The Wars 4 March 11, 1997 2 2:00 Tokyo, Japan Daido Juku rules
Loss 1-2-0 Becky Levi TKO (punches) The U-Japan Super Fighting '96 vol. 1 November 17, 1996 1 2:13 Tokyo, Japan
Loss 1-1-0 Irina Rodina Submission (reversed cross lock) U Top Tournament: First Round August 12, 1996 1 6:06 Tokyo, Japan
Win 1-0-0 Kirstie Bragard Submission (kick) U Top Tournament: Participants Selection Matches July 14, 1996 1 10:14 Tokyo, Japan

Kickboxing record[edit]

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Kickboxing record

Legend:   Win   Loss   Draw/No contest

Professional boxing record[edit]

0 Wins (0 knockouts), 1 Loss, 0 Draws
Result Record Opponent Method Date Round Time Location Notes
Loss 0-1-0 Japan Emiko Raika KO (body blow) June 10, 2006 4 1:30 Kabukicho, Tokyo, Russia

Grappling record[edit]

Grappling record

Legend:   Win   Loss   Draw/No contest

Championships and accomplishments[edit]

  • Smackgirl open weight champion

See also[edit]

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