TOKYO -- All 16 MMA fighters participating in Monday night’s Dream 18 and Glory 4 “New Year’s Eve Special 2012” made weight on Sunday afternoon, though Will Brooks and Denis Kang needed seve...
Dream lightweight champion Shinya Aoki will square off with Antonio McKee in a non-title affair at Dream 18, promotion officials announced Friday.
The GLORY 4 Tokyo Heavyweight Grand Slam championship kickboxing event and DREAM 18 are merging to create one mega-night of world-class professional martial arts fighting on New Year's Eve.
TOKYO -- Glory Sports International and Dream officials announced Friday their intention to roll the Dec. 2 Glory 4 Tokyo card into the Dec. 31 Dream 18 event at the Saitama Super Arena, mer...
UFC newcomer Josh Sampo may not have made the best first impression to his new employer, stepping on the scale over weight at the TUF 18 Finale weigh-ins.
Not long after news that DREAM was alive and well and planning a New Year's Eve event in Japan, that show has gotten an upgrade.
Now the DREAM event next month will be combined with the...
Dream will partner with international kickboxing promotion Glory World Series to promote a New Year’s Eve event titled Dream 18: Special NYE 2012.
Just when it seemed that the doors were closed on Dream forever, the Japanese fight promotion has resurfaced. New ownership planning New Year's Eve event.
Perhaps the DREAM promotion still has some life to it.
Inactive for the past 10 months, the Japanese promotion has announced it's hosting a Thursday press conference.
TOKYO -- All 18 participants in the MMA portion of Saturday’s Dream “Genki Desu Ka! New Year! 2011” made weight on Friday, though not without some extra effort from a few.
Japanese promotion Dream has enlisted the services of one of the world’s top female fighters, Megumi Fujii, for its annual New Year’s Eve extravaganza at Saitama Super Arena.
After a four year absence, Fedor Emelianenko is in talks to return to Japan for another of his once-annual New Year’s Eve bouts.
The rumored bout between Alistair Overeem and Todd Duffee is finally official for New Year's Even in Japan as a part of the year end Dynamite! show taking place there this week.
TOKYO -- Heavy is the head that wears the crown, and Dream lightweight champion Shinya Aoki is no exception to the rule.