Norifumi "Kid" Yamamoto Will Fight at DREAM.5 on July 21st


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It was just announced earlier today via DREAM’s official website that Norifumi “Kid” Yamamoto has been signed to fight on the DREAM.5 card on July 21st. Yamamoto’s opponent is Joe Benavides who has only one professional fight on his record, which was a victory back in January. view original article >>

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