DREAM: New Year! 2011 Results

| December 31, 2011 | 11:56 am | Reply

As UFC 141 concluded it is then time for the yearend spectacle that is the Dream: New Year! 2011. From the Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan and broadcasting live on HDNet Dream: New Year! 2011 offered up a jam-packed card with a wide assortment of combat sports.

The night featured the bantamweight grand prix semifinal and finals, along with some kickboxing, MMA, mixed rules action and even some pro-wrestling bouts amongst the 17 total bouts.

135 lbs. grand-prix reserve match:

1 – Yusup Saadulaev defeated Hideo Tokoro by 1st rd. KO (Slam)

135 lbs. grand-prix semifinal:

2 – Antonio Banuelos defeated Masakazu Imanari by Decision

3 – Bibiano Fernandes defeated Rodolfo Marques Diniz by Decision

135 lbs. grand-prix final:

11 – Bibiano Fernandes defeated Antonio Banuelos by 1st rd. TKO

Kickboxing match:

4 – Masaaki Noiri defeated Kengo Sonoda by Decision

5 – Yuta Kubo defeated Nils Widlund by 3rd rd. KO

Mixed Martial Arts:

6 – Hayato “Mach” Sakurai defeated Ryo Chonan by Decision

7 – Tatsuya Kawajiri defeated Kazuyuki Miyata by 2nd rd Submission (Side choke)

8 - Megumi Fujii defeated Karla Benitez by 1st rd Submission (Armbar)

15 – [For featherweight Title] Hiroyuki Takaya defeated Takeshi “Lion” Inoue by Decision

16 – [For lightweight title] Shinya Aoki defeated Satoru Kitaoka by Decision

17 – Fedor Emelianenko defeated Satoshi Ishii by 1st rd. KO

Pro-Wrestling match:

9 – Josh Barnett defeated Hideki Suzuki

12 - Jerome Le Banner defeated Tim Sylvia

13 – Kazuyuki Fujita defeated Peter Aerts

14 – Kazushi Sakuraba and Katsuyori Shibata defeated Atsushi Sawada and Shinichi Suzukawa

Mixed-rules Bout:

10 – Katsunori Kikuno defeated Yuichiro Nagashima by 2nd rd TKO

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