Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Revolutionary "Exchanges"

At Shooto's "Revolutionary Exchanges 2" event on sept. 22, the event pamphlet included some interesting lines. Shooto will be holding two events at JCB Hall this year, one in October and one in November. The Oct. 20 card is "Vale Tudo Japan 2009," and the Nov. 23 card is "Revolutionary Exchanges 3". The pamphlet also hinted that with two events this close together, there must be a "secret plan".

Unlike the usual Shooto venue of Korakuen Hall, which has a capacity of just over 1800 people, JCB Hall has a capacity of around 3100 people.

The Vale Tudo Japan card has fights like Takanori Gomi and Rumina Sato who can bring a crowd. However, "Revolution Exchanges 3" doesn't have enough star power for the venue. The Rambaa "M-16" Somdet and Noboru "Shinpei" Tahara fight is important to start Shooto's 115-pound division, but that's not enough to fill JCB Hall.


In the past, Shooto and Pancrase have not had a great relationship, which you can read about their history is here:. However, in recent years, that relationship has improved. Recently, Kazuhiro Sakamoto, a former Shooto world champion who now leads the largest Shooto promoter Sustain, told Japanese MMA magazine Kakutougi Tsushin that he wanted former Sengoku champion and Pancrase fighter Satoru Kitaoka for the Vale Tudo Japan card. Maybe Pancrase fighters in Shooto is the "secret plan"?

I know Pancrase is holding their own event in October, so maybe fighters who don't take any damage can fight on the Nov. 23 Shooto card. If that happened, here the Pancrase-Shooto fights I'd like to see, including fighter that would be physically able to fight on that date.

My wish-list of (macth ups)

Yuki Shoujou vs. Mitsuhisa Sunabe
Hiroshi "Iron" Nakamura vs. Tashiro "Akai" Nishiuchi
So Tazawa vs. Seiya Kawahara
Ganjo Tentsuku vs. Katsuya Inoue
Siyar Bahadurzada vs. Ryo Kawamura (at middleweight)

I ask Jordan Breen about your wish-list and his answer is.

Shiroobi : Hey could you make me five match ups?

Breen : On the five match-ups... I don't know if I can. It's like the UFC thing at this point. When there's so much possibility, I don't care. I just want good MMA.Literally take Sunabe, and put him against any of Shooto's Class A flyweights, and I would be totally content.
Not even just content. Ecstatic. Ecstatic for the fight in and of itself, the excitement therein, but also ecstatic for the crossover and what it means for moving forward in MMA.
And giving clarity to a developing weight class.
I find it virtually impossible to use quality talent from either promotion, and make unappealing fights. I would literally have to try to do such a thing.

Shirrobi : So you can just fight each other flyweights.

Breen : It's not even necessarily just flyweights though. I feel the same way at 135.If you took Manabu Inoue, should he beat Oishi, and put him against any decent 132'ers in Shooto, I'd love it.For both the fight itself, and for what it represents.

I know that's sort of a lame answer, but that's really my outlook on any potential crossover there.

I also ask Tony Loiseleur about your wish-list too.

Shiroobi : Do you have any hope about Shooto Pancrase match ups?

Tony : Ah, you have Seiya Kawahara already in there. I was going to say (Yuta) Nezu vs Kawahara.

Shiroobi : Fmm That's interesting.

Tony : One hit kill versus blitzing type striking.
Tony : Hey, do you know how heavy Kyoko Takabayashi is?Maybe around 115 lbs?I was thinking maybe Kyoko Takabayashi vs Windy Tomomi.For at least one G-Shooto fight.Oh snap, they fought already.

Shiroobi : Yup.

Tony : And she RNCed Windy.okay, rematch.

Special Thanks to Jordan Breen for English support and actual answer for list.Also Special Thanks to Tony Loiseleur for answer for list.

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Japanese MMA scene twitter list

I introduce Japanese MMA scene related twitter today.You need reading it by Japanese though.(Of course except Amanda & Celine)

MMA org


Shooto's twitter
Shooto

VTJ's twitter
VTJ

DEEP's twitter
DEEP

Pancrase's twitter
Pancrase's twitter (English version)
Pancrase

ZST's twitter
ZST

DEEP Jewels's twitter
Jewels

Grandslam's twitter
Grandslam

Tribe Tokyo Fight's promoter, Tribe Tokyo MMA's twitter
Tribe Tokyo Fight

Rising On's twitter
Rising On

Grachan's twitter
Grachan


Fighter

Takanori Gomi (UFC)'s twitter
Takanori Gomi (UFC)

Takeya Mizugaki (UFC)'s twitter
Takeya Mizugaki (UFC)

Kyoji Horiguchi (UFC)'s twitter
Kyoji Horiguchi (UFC)

Masanori Kanehara (UFC)'s twitter
Masanori Kanehara (UFC)

Tatsuya Kawajiri (UFC)'s twitter
Tatsuya Kawajiri (UFC)

Yoshihiro Akiyama (UFC)'s twitter
Yoshihiro Akiyama (UFC)

Yuta "Uruka" Sasaki (UFC)'s twitter
Yuta "Uruka" Sasaki (UFC)

Michinori Tanaka (UFC)'s twitter
Michinori Tanaka (UFC)

Maximo Blanco(UFC)'s twitter
Maximo Blanco(UFC)

Norifumi "Kid" Yamamoto (UFC)'s twitter
Norifumi "Kid" Yamamoto (UFC)

Kiichi Kunimoto (UFC)'s twitter
Kiichi Kunimoto (UFC)

Teruto Ishihara (UFC)'s twitter
Akihito Ishihara (UFC)

Shinsyo Anzai(UFC)'s twitter
Shinsyo Anzai (UFC)

Keita "K-Taro" Nakamura (UFC)'s twitter
Keita "K-Taro" Nakamura (UFC)




Hideo Tokoro(Bellator)'s twitter
Hideo Tokoro(Bellator)

Hisaki Kato (Bellator)'s twitter
Hisaki Kato (Bellator)'s

Isao Kobayashi (Bellator)'s twitter
Isao Kobayashi (Bellator)




Ayaka Hamasaki (Invicta FC)'s twitter
Ayaka Hamasaki (Invicta FC)

Mizuki Inoue (Invicta FC)'s twitter
Mizuki Inoue (Invicta FC)




Shinya Aoki (One FC)'s twitter
Shinya Aoki (One FC)

Yoshitaka Naito (One FC)'s twitter
Yoshitaka Naito (One FC)

Koji Ando (One FC)'s twitter
Koji Ando (One FC)

Mei "V.V." Yamaguchi (One FC)'s twitter
Mei "V.V." Yamaguchi (One FC)

Nobutatsu Suzuki (One FC)'s twitter
Nobutatsu Suzuki (One FC)

Yasuhiro Urushitani (One FC)'s twitter
Yasuhiro Urushitani (One FC)




Chuji Kato (PXC)'s twitter
Chuji Kato (PXC)



Riki Fukuda (Road FC)'s twitter
Riki Fukuda (Road FC)

Yuta Nezu (Road FC)'s twitter
Yuta Nezu (Road FC)

Taiyo Nakahara (Road FC)'s twitter
Taiyo Nakahara (Road FC)

Emi Fujino (Road FC)'s twitter
Emi Fujino (Road FC))




Ryuichi Miki (VTJ)'s twitter
Ryuichi Miki (VTJ)

Caol Uno (VTJ)'s twitter
Caol Uno (VTJ)

Shigeki Osawa (VTJ)'s twitter
Shigeki Osawa (VTJ)

Takaki Soya (VTJ)'s twitter
Takaki Soya (VTJ)




Kuniyoshi Hironaka (Shooto)'s twitter
Kuniyoshi Hironaka (Shooto)

Yutaka Saito (Shooto)'s twitter
Yutaka Saito (Shooto)

Hiromasa Ogikubo (Shooto)'s twitter
Hiromasa Ogikubo (Shooto)

Ryuto Sawada (Shooto)'s twitter
Ryuto Sawada (Shooto)

Shinya Murofushi (Shooto)'s twitter
Shinya Murofushi (Shooto)

Ryohei Kurosawa (Shooto)'s twitter
Ryohei Kurosawa (Shooto)

Yosuke Saruta (Shooto)'s twitter
Yosuke Saruta (Shooto)

Taiki Tsuchiya (Shooto)'s twitter
Taiki Tsuchiya (Shooto)

Yuki Shoujou(Shooto)'s twitter
Yuki Shoujou(Shooto)

Ryo Okada (Shooto)'s twitter
Ryo Okada (Shooto)



Mizuto Hirota (DEEP)'s twitter
Mizuto Hirota (DEEP)

Satoru Kitaoka (DEEP)'s twitter
Satoru Kitaoka (DEEP)

Katsunori Kikuno (DEEP)'s twitter
Katsunori Kikuno (DEEP)

Yuki Motoya (DEEP)'s twitter
Kazuhiro Nakamura (DEEP)

Tatsumitsu Wada (DEEP)'s twitter
Tatsumitsu Wada (DEEP)

Hiroshi "Iron" Nakamura (DEEP)'s twitter
Hiroshi "Iron" Nakamura (DEEP)

Yoshiyuki Nakanishi (DEEP)'s twitter
Yoshiyuki Nakanishi (DEEP)

Takafuni Otsuka (DEEP)'s twitter
Takafumi Otsuka (DEEP)

Yuta Watanabe (DEEP)'s twitter
Yuta Watanabe (DEEP)

Michihiro Omigawa (DEEP)'s twitter
Michihiro Omigawa (DEEP)

Ryuta Sakurai (DEEP)'s twitter
Ryuta Sakurai (DEEP)

Shigetoshi Iwase (DEEP)'s twitter
Shigetoshi Iwase (DEEP)

Toshiaki Kitada (DEEP)'s twitter
Toshiaki Kitada (DEEP)

Naoto Miyazaki (DEEP)'s twitter
Naoto Miyazaki (DEEP)

Yasuaki Kishimoto (DEEP)'s twitter
Yasuaki Kishimoto (DEEP)

Amanda Lucas (DEEP)'s twitter
Amanda Lucas (DEEP)




Shintaro Ishiwatari (Pancrase)'s twitter
Shintaro Ishiwatari (Pancrase)

Kazuki Tokudome (Pancrase)'s twitter
Kazuki Tokudome (Pancrase)

Hatsu Hioki (Pancrase)'s twitter
Hatsu Hioki (Pancrase)

Masakatsu Ueda (Pancrase)'s twitter
Masakatsu Ueda  (Pancrase)

Gota Yamashita (Pancrase)'s twitter
Gota Yamashita (Pancrase)

Akihiro Murayama (Pancrase)'s twitter
Akihiro Murayama (Pancrase)

Yusuke Yachi (Pancrase)'s twitter
Yusuke Yachi (Pancrase)

Kiyotaka Shimizu (Pancrase)'s twitter
Kiyotaka Shimizu (Pancrase)

Mitsuhisa Sunabe (Pancrase)'s twitter
Mitsuhisa Sunabe (Pancrase)

Taichi Nakajima (Pancrase)'s twitter
Taichi Nakajima (Pancrase)

Yusuke Kawanago (Pancrase)'s twittter
Yusuke Kawanago (Pancrase)

Juntaro Ushiku (Pancrase)'s twitter
Juntaro Ushiku (Pancrase)

"Shinpe" Tahara (Pancrase)'s twitter
"Shinpe" Tahara (Pancrase)

Yoshihiro Koyama (Pancrase)'s twitter
Yoshihiro Koyama (Pancrase)

Kento Kanbe (Pancrase)'s twitter
Yasutaka Koga (Pancrase)

Takashi Sato (Pancrase)'s twitter
Takashi Sato (Pancrase)

Shunichi Shimizu (Pancrase)'s twitter
Shunichi Shimizu (Pancrase)



Go Kashiwazaki (ZST)'s twitter
Go Kashiwazaki (ZST)

Seiichiro Ito (ZST)'s twitter
Seiichiro Ito (ZST)



Emi Tomimatsu (DEEP Jewels)'s twitter
Emi Tomimatsu (DEEP Jewels)

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Birthplace for Japanese fighter (Chat with Breen series 1)

I did chatting with Jordan Breen about Japanese fighter and where is there birthplace.I make prefecture list with best fighter in that place.Here it is.We did this just for fun.So please don't take it seriously.

Hokkaido : Yuki Nakai

Breen : Yeah. Importance is a foxy one. I was tempted to give Hokkaido to Nakai, but there has to be a better fighter from up there than him.Is there really no one better from Hokkaido?
Shiroobi : You can give it to Nakai,cause Yuki Sasaki,Hirotaka Yokoi is Hokkaido can offer.
Breen : Yeah, gimme Nakai there.

After find (Daisuke Ishizawa)

Aomori : Masakatsu Funaki

Breen : Aomori would have to be Masakatsu Funaki, wouldn't it?

Akita : Kazushi Sakuraba

Shiroobi : Akita is Sakuraba.
Breen : Oh, obvious one.

Iwate : Tetsu "Hadairo" Suzuki

Shiroobi : Iwate for hadairo.
Breen : I was holding out, hoping there was someone better than him for Iwate. Guess not.
Breen : Hey. Masaaki Sugawara is from Iwate. Would you take him over Hadairo?
Shiroobi : Fmmmmmm no.
Breen : Haha. Hatin'.

Yamagata : Ryo Chonan

Shiroobi : Yamagata have Chonan,then then (So) Tazawa.

Miyagi : Akira Kikuchi

Breen : Miyagi is Kikuchi.

Fukushima : Yoshihiro Koyama

Shiroobi : Fukushima's best seem Koyama.

Niigata : Yuki Kondo

Shiroobi: Niigata have Kondo.
Breen : Good call.

After find (Makoto Ishikawa)

Toyama : Miku Matsumoto

Breen : Can you think of anyone more successful than Miku from Toyama?
Shiroobi :Nope next is Barbaro.

After find (Kenji Arai)

Nagano : Katsuya Toida

Breen : Anyone from Nagano? I can only think of the lame Zendokai girls.
Shiroobi : You forgettin royal Katsuya Toida from Nagano.
Breen : He may actually be the best from Nagano. Poor Nagano.

After find (Masato Shiozawa)

Gunnma : Hiroshi Nakamura

Shiroobi : Iron Nakamura from Gunnma.

Tochigi : Hisae Watanabe

Breen : Shungo (Oyama) for Tochigi?
Shiroobi : And Hisae (Watanabe).

Ibaragi : Hayato "Mach" Sakurai

Breen : Mach originally from Ibaraki.Ibaraki is the first "tough" prefecture. Sucks to leave out a guy like (Tatsuya) Kawajiri, or even (Mitsuhiro) Ishida.

After find (Michihiro Omigawa)

Ishikawa : Takehiro Murahama

Breen : Takaharu Murahama and Takehiro Murahama are both from Ishikawa? Weird.

Fukui : Junya "Kodo" Kudo

Shiroobi : Kodo from Fukui.

Gifu : Riki Fukuda

Breen : Anyone decent from Gifu? I can only think of (Ikuhisa) Minowa. Oh,(Hideo) Tokoro.
Shiroobi : Fukuda.
Breen : Hmmm.Who has had a better career thus far?Fukuda is less embarrassing, but Tokoro has some nice wins.
Shiroobi : Highest win (Phil) Baroni,(Franca) Nogueira,(Murilo) Ninja.I go Ninja.
Breen : Yeah, We'll go Fukuda on that.Ryo Kawamura is from Gifu, too. Another guy who is better than Minowa.

Saitama : Tentsuku Ganjo

Shirobi : Fmmm. Saitama have (Tentsuku) Ganjo,(Daiju) Takase.
Breen : Man, Saitama needs to have better dudes than that.
Shiroobi :And (Noboru "Sinpe") Tahara.

Chiba : Kazuo Misaki

Breen : Chiba... Misaki is the first guy who comes to mind. Who am I missing?
Shiroobi : Misaki, (Yoshiyuki) Yoshida, (Hiroyuki) Takaya,(DJ) Taiki.
Breen : Definitely Misaki.

Tokyo : Akihiro Gono

Shirobi : Tokyo is... Gono,(Takayo) Hashi,(Yuji) Hoshino,(Genki) Sudo.
Breen : Gono was my thought.How dare you put Sudo on the list.(Breen scolded me over Sudo for ten minutes)

After find (Kenji Osawa,Kentaro Imaizumi,Keita "K-Taro" Nakamura)

Yamanashi : Daisuke Watanabe

Breen : fmmm I can't find other than Daisuke Watanabe from Yamanashi.
Shiroobi : I can't believe there is Yamanashi Gakuin (University which strong at wrestling).
Breen : I was about to say that.

Kanagawa : Takanori Gomi

Breen : Well, might as well do the bigger ones. Gomi the best from Kanagawa?
Shiroobi : Other Is (Yushin) Okami,(Caol) Uno.
Breen : Yeah, I know. Gomi's been the top guy in his weight class twice for an extended period of time and has more top-10 wins. Probably the most accomplished lightweight ever. I go Gomi there.

After find (Norifumi "Kid" Yamamoto,Masakazu Imanari,Takeya Mizugaki, Rumina Sato,Yuki Shoujou,Miki Shida,Noboru Asahi,Shinichi Kojima,Takeshi "Lion" Inoue)

Shizuoka : Shinya Aoki

Breen : Shizuoka is Aoki.

After find (Kotetsu Boku,Yusuke Endo,Masahiro Oishi)

Kyoto : Masakatsu Ueda

Breen : Anyone from Kyoto better than Ueda?

Shiga : Tsuyoshi "TK" Kohsaka

Breen : Atsushi Yamamoto for Shiga?
Shiroobi : Yup but there is TK too.
Breen : Oh. That's a no brainer then.

Aichi : Hatsu Hioki

Breen : Aichi ever had a better fighter than Hioki? Someone I'm forgetting about?
Shiroobi : Famous wise (Hidehiko) Yoshida.
Breen : But, Hioki's accomplished more in his career. So, Hioki wins.
Shirrobi : Yup.

After find (Eiji Mitsuoka)

Osaka : Yuka Tsuji

Shiroobi : Osaka is (Yoshihiro) Akiyama.
Breen : Is Osaka really Akiyama? He really doesn't have that many major wins.There aren't any other top-10 fighters with any longevity from Osaka?
Shiroobi : Jyoshi (Women MMA) wise Tsuji.
Breen : I'd give it to Tsuji before Akiyama, but Akiyama will overtake her since he's in the UFC now.

After find (Takashi Nakakura,Seichi Ikemoto,Daichi Fujiwara)

Nara : Satoru Kitaoka

Breen : Nara is Kitaoka.Man, if Kitaoka wasn't from Nara, Red Slayer Guy (Koichi Tanaka) could've won by default.
Shiroobi : Hahaha.

Mie : Shoji Maruyama

Shiroobi : Shoji Maruyama is from Mie.

Wakayama : Ikuma Hoshino

Shiroobi : Wakayama's best is Ikuma Hoshino.
Breen : Hahaha. Nice.

Hyogo : Dokonjyonosuke Mishima

Shiroobi : fmmm Hyogo is between Mishima and Tamura.
Breen : Hmmm. that is tough.
Shiroobi : That is Akitoshi.
Breen : I guess Mishima. More sustainability as a top guy at lightweight, and now the late career run at feather.

After find (Akitoshi Hokazono,Taiei Kin)

Okayama : Megumi Fujii

Shiroobi : Okayama Have Megumi Fujii,Kiyoshi Tamura.
Breen : Fujii. All day.
Shiroobi : And you forget holyness Izuru takeuchi.

Tottori : Takumi Ota

Breen : Tottori Ota or something.

Shimane : Minoki Ichihara

Breen : Tell me Shimane has someone better than Ichihara, Royce's grappling dummy.
Shiroobi : Nope.
Breen : I refuse to accept Ichihara.
Shiroobi : Hahaha.
Breen : Are any of the Jam Water guys actually from Tottori?And why doesn't Van Wolf have a pro fighter to fill up Shimane?
Shiroobi : Haha. Not in pro level.
Breen : Why can't Daiki Ozaki be from Tottori?
Shiroobi : hahaha.

Hiroshima : Kazuhiro Nakamura

Breen : Kaz Nak is from Hiroshima, right?
Shiroobi : Yup.
Breen : I'm incredibly impressed I remembered that.
Shiroobi : Next is (Kenichiro) Togashi.

Yamaguchi : Kuniyoshi Hironaka

Shiroobi : Yamaguchi's top is Hironaka.Important wise (Satoru) Sayama.

Kagawa : Yoshiro Maeda

Shiroobi : Kagawa have Yoshiro.
Breen : Maeda? Really?He's not Osaka-born and bred?
Shiroobi : Yup.
Breen : See, I've already learned something.How educational.
Shiroobi : Hahaha.

Tokushima : Yuichi Nakanishi (After find)

Breen : Does Tokushima have someone better than (Alexander) Otsuka?
Shiroobi : Nope.Famous wise Alex Otsuka.
Breen : But... actual quality?There has to be SOMEONE.I know.
Shiroobi : Next actual quality wise Koichiro Matsumoto.
Breen : Give me beating Nakao over beating Marco Ruas' shopworn ass.

Ehime : Yasuhiro Urushitani

Breen : Isn't Urushitani from some random prefecture?
Shiroobi : Urushi from Ehime.
Breen : Nice.

Kochi : Yuji Hisamatsu

Breen : Kosei Kubota is the only dude I know from Kochi. And I refuse to allow him on there.
Shiroobi : Kochi have Kubota vs Hisamatsu.
Breen : Hisamatsu over Kubota easily.

Fukuoka : Hideki Kadowaki

Shiroobi : Fukuoka have (Hiromitsu) Miura.
Breen : Kadowaki is from Fukuoka. Him above Miura?
Shiroobi : I don't think so.
Breen : Really?
Shiroobi : If he have win against (Nam) Phan I think so.
Breen : But, Miura's wins are just over random welterweight scrubs.
Shiroobi : fmmm.
Breen : Kadowaki beat a top-10 fighter once. That's more than Miura ever did.
Shiroobi : Okey.

Saga (can't find worthy)

Ooita (can't find worthy)

Nagasaki : Mizuto Hirota

Breen : Well, Hirota's from Nagasaki, right?

Kumamoto : Shinsuke Shoji

Shiroobi : Kumamoto is Shinsuke Shoji.

Miyazaki : Yuji Sakuragi

Shiroobi : Miyazaki is Sakuragi.
Breen : That's worse than Toida.
Shiroobi : Hahaha.

Kagoshima : Katsunori Kikuno

Breen : Kikuno would take Kagoshima.

After find (Fanjin Son)

Okinawa : Ryota Matsune

Breen : Matsune is originally from Okinawa?Wild.
Shiroobi : Wiki says so.
Breen : I had (Mitsuhisa) Sunabe pencilled in.

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Japanese MMA Event List

This time I introduce Japanese MMA event list.Many people know Japanese Major event and some know Japanese local event.Let you know development program for event.Where most pro fighter coming from.Also I introduce regional event for you.


Shooto
Shooto official
Shooto official (old)
Shooto official youtube channel

Japan Shooto Association
Shooto Commission official report
Shooto's cage Bland VTJ

Shooto Gig North's facebook

Shooto's Kansai Bland Border
Border's youtube channel
Border's official facebook
Shooto's Chubu Bland Shooto Gig Central's promoter Alive Academy's youtube channel
Gutsman Bland Shooting Disco
Gutsman youtube channel (Shooting Disco video)
Shooto's Chugoku and Shikoku Bland Torao
Torao's youtube channel

Fight Island's youtube channel(Japanese region MMA portal video material)
Shooto wikipedia entry
Amateur Shooto (development program)

DEEP
DEEP official
DEEP Jewels official
DEEP's official youtube channel
DEEP's official youtube channel 2
DEEP's Ustream channel (PPV)
DEEP Jewels's (Female) Ustream channel (PPV)
CYMEDIA's youtube channel(Which make DEEP video material) 
DEEP official facebook (English)
DEEP official blog
DEEP's org head Shigeru Saeki's interview (English)
DEEP wikipedia entry
CLUB DEEP (smaller event)
Japan MMA License (development program) 
Kobudo Fight (smaller event for Nagoya region)
Kobudo Fight official blog
Kobudo Fight's promoter Nex Sports's youtube channel
Amateur DEEP (development program)
GRACHAN (gangsta fight)
GRACHAN 's youtube channel

Pancrase
Pancrase official
Pancrase's official youtube channel
Pancrase's Ustream channel (PPV)
Pancrase's official facebook (English)
Pancrase's official facebook (Japanese)
CYMEDIA's youtube channel(Which make PANCRASE video material)
Pancrase official (English)
Pancrase official store (English)
Hybrid Fighter (Pancrase relate blog (Have English content too))
Pancrase official news blog
Pancrase wikipedia entry
Japan MMA License (development program)

ZST
ZST official
ZST's official youtube channel
ZST Wikipedia entry
SWAT (smaller event)

HEAT
HEAT official
HEAT NEW AGE CUP (development program)
HEAT's official youtube channel
HEAT's official facebook
Fight Island's youtube channel(Japanese region MMA portal video material)

Tribe Tokyo Fight
Tribe Tokyo Fight official
Tribe Tokyo Fight's official youtube channel
Tribe Tokyo Fight Ustream Channel (PPV)

GRANDSLAM
GRANDSLAM official
GRANDSLAM's official youtube channel
GRANDSLAM's official youtube channel (old)

Real Fight Championship
Real Fight Championship official

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Japanese Region

Rising On (Former POWER GATE)
Rising On official
Rising On's youtube channel
POWER GATE's youtube channel
Fight Island's youtube channel(Japanese region MMA portal video material)

DEMOLITION
DEMOLITION's Kansai brand DEMOLITION WEST
DEMOLITION WEST's official youtube channel
Fight Island's youtube channel (Japanese region MMA portal video material)

Battle Code
Battle Code official


KINGDOM EHRGEIZ
KINGDOM EHRGEIZ official

TRIBELATE
TRIBELATE official
TRIBELATE's youtube channnel

Fighting Nexus
Fighting Nexus official
Fighting Nexus official youtube channel

Wardog
Wardog official

TENKAICHI fight
TENKAICHI fight official
TENKAICHI fight official blog

ACCEL
ACCEL official
ACCEL official youtube channel

Gekitotsu
Gekitotsu official

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Japanese gangsta fight and other small organization

OUTSIDER
OUTSIDER official
OUTSIDER'S youtube channel (NEW) 
OUTSIDER's youtube channel (OLD)

D-Spiral
D-Spiral official

Krunch
Krunch official

Blood J
Blood J official

Fight Club
Fight Club Official
Fight Club Official youtube channel

Masurao
Masurao Official
Masurao's Official youtube channel

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Defunct

Dream (and youtube channel)
Dream official
Dream's youtube channel
Dream's org head Keiichi Sasahara's blog (Japanese)
Dream wikipedia entry

SRC (Former Sengoku)
SRC official
Sengoku official blog
SRC's org former head Takahiro Kokuho's interview (English)
SRC's wikipedia entry
Sengoku G cup (development program)

ASTRA
ASTRA official (archieved)
ASTRA's org head Takahiro Kokuho's blog (Japanese)

CAGE FORCE
CAGE FORCE official (archived)
CAGE FORCE wikipedia entry
DEMOLITION (smaller event)
VALKYRIE (Female)
VALKYRIE official (archieved)
Kushimas Fight's official youtube channel

DEEP
JML aka Japan MMA League (develop level team style league)'s official blog
JML aka Japan MMA League (develop level team style league)'s official youtube channel

Jewels
JEWELS official

SKILL MMA's Japanese Defunct MMA Event List