Sengoku 6 is promoted by World Victory Road. The event took place on November 1, 2008 at the Saitama Super Arena in Saitama City, Japan. It featured the semi-final and final matches in the organization’s Lightweight and Middleweight Grand Prix tournaments.
WVR Sengoku 6 Notes
Tournament Time: Sengoku ‘Sixth Battle’ Preview
|1||Jorge Santiago||Siyar Bahadurzada||Submission (Heel Hook)||1||1:10|
|2||Kazuhiro Nakamura||Yuki Sasaki||Decision (Unanimous)||3||5:00|
|3||Kazunori Yokota||Mizuto Hirota||Decision (Unanimous)||3||5:00|
|4||Satoru Kitaoka||Eiji Mitsuoka||Submission (Heel Hook)||1||1:16|
|5||Joe Doerksen||Izuru Takeuchi||TKO (Punches)||3||4:13|
|6||Jorge Masvidal||Seung Hwan Bang||Decision (Unanimous)||3||5:00|
|7||Antonio Rogerio Nogueira||Moise Rimbon||Decision (Unanimous)||3||5:00|
|8||Muhammed Lawal||Fabio Silva||TKO (Punches)||3||0:41|
|9||Sergey Golyaev||Takanori Gomi||Decision (Split)||3||5:00|
|10||Jorge Santiago||Kazuhiro Nakamura||TKO (Punches)||3||0:49|
|11||Satoru Kitaoka||Kazunori Yokota||Decision (Unanimous)||3||5:00|
1 thought on “Sengoku – Sixth Battle”
This event certainly didn’t live up to my hopes, but maybe it should have been my expectation.
Why has every Sengoku event been so blah? IMO, two reasons:
1) They make a lot of talent mismatches. Sure this time Gomi was upset, but these mismatches have far less appeal than a more competitive fight. 2) So many of the fighters seem so tentative. I think I appreciate “defensive”, “elusive”, “counter” fighters, but it just seems that the action is so often lacking in so many of the fights. Maybe they should hire the Shaws for some consulting. I hear they are available. At least the GP finals were good.