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The women take center stage in this week's installment of HDNet Fights Video Vault. In our fight-of-the-week feature, we head to 2010's year-end "Sengoku: Soul of Fight" event at Ariake Coliseum in Tokyo. There, undefeated stongwoman and highly ranked Rin Nakai took on veteran journeywoman Mika Harigai in an open-weight bout. read news >>

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Before the fight started, the HDNet Fights team members gave their predictions for how long it'd take Kazuo Misaki to beat heavy underdog Mike Seal at this past December's "Sengoku: Soul of Fight" event. The most optimistic estimate? Two-and-a-half minutes. The most shrewd? One minutes and 22 seconds. Needless to say, Misaki was a pretty heavy favorite at -1100 (to Seal's +600). read news >>

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Ryo Chonan almost didn't fight at "Sengoku: Soul of Fight," World Victory Road's year-end super event. Chonan initially was slated to fight Dan Hornbuckle, who was forced off the card with an illness. Then came replacement Taisuke Okuno, who missed weight and was issued two red cards, which forced him to surrender 20 percent of his purse. In this week's HDNet Fights Video Vault installment, we get a quick resolution to the eventual fight. read news >>

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"My guess is this one won't get out of the first round." That was the pre-fight prediction from broadcaster Frank Trigg at December's "Sengoku: Soul of Fight" bout between middleweights Mamed Khalidov and Yuki Sasaki. Trigg's prediction, of course, came true thanks to a fight-altering blow midway through the round. read news >>

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In this week's installment of HDNet Fights Video Vault, we take a look at a year-end fight between Masanori Kanehara and Yoshiro Maeda. The fight took place at World Victory Road's "Sengoku: Soul of Fight" event in Japan. And the featherweight scrap provided one of the year's most entertaining, back-and-forth slugfests. read news >>

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A women's MMA bout has been added to World Victory Road's "Sengoku: Soul of Fight" event. Undefeated notable Rin Nakai takes on Hari Hari in an open-weight bout, officials today announced. "Soul of Fight" takes place Dec. 30 at Ariake Coliseum in Tokyo, and some portion of the event is expected to air on HDNet in the U.S. read news >>

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Miesha Tate's next opponent, Rin Nakai, might be new to UFC, but is certainly no "Cupcake." Former No. 1 Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's Bantamweight title contender, Miesha Tate, will return to mixed martial arts (MMA) action at UFC Fight Night 52, which is scheduled for Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan, on Sept. 20, 2014. Her opponent? Rin Nakai, according to a report on "UFC Tonight" earlier this evening. If the name sounds unfamiliar, it's because Nakai has never stepped fo read news >>

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An intriguing women's bantamweight match-up is currently in the works for the UFC's next Fight Night event in Japan, as former Strikeforce champion Miesha Tate could take on undefeated Queen of Pancrase Rin Nakai at the September 20 event. MMAFighting.com's Ariel Helwani reported the bout on Wednesday's edition of UFC Tonight, although nothing is finalized as of this writing. A UFC newcomer with a grappling heavy style, Nakai (16-0-1) became one of Pancrase's biggest and most curious draws over read news >>

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UFC women’s bantamweight contender Miesha Tate will likely welcome Rin Nakai to the UFC.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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When injured Jesus Rivera was forced out of a main-event title fight, Clay Hantz looked to seize an opportunity. With just a week's notice, Hantz stepped in to fight Jorge "Macaco " Patino earlier this month at Legacy Fighting Championship 11. In the latest installment of HDNet Fights Video Vault - our fight-of-the-week feature - we look back at the title fight, which ended in violent fashion. read news >>

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The 2011 fight season ended with "Fight For Japan: Genki Desu Ka Omisoka 2011," a show co-promoted by organizations such as DREAM and M-1 Global. While the lineup was loaded with Japanese superstars from top to bottom, the evening's very first contest provided one of the most memorable moments of the card. In this week's installment of HDNet Fights Video Vault, we take a look back at the bout between Yusup Saadulaev and Hideo Tokoro. read news >>

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