On Thursday, Nov. 23, R.I.S.E. travels to the Tokyo Dome City Hall for RISE 121.
In the evening’s main event, Japanese combat sports superstar Tenshin Nasukawa puts his undefeated record on the line against one of his toughest opponents to date, Argentina’s Ignacio Capllonch. The challenger holds a record of 73 wins and 3 losses with 35 wins by way of knockout.
Tenshin Nasukawa def. Igancio Capllonch by knockout (three knockdowns). Round 3, 1:15
Daiki Naito def. Momotaro by TKO (left hook). Round 4, 0:56
Chang Hyun Lee def. Hiroyuki Nozomi by unanimous decision (49-45, 49-45, 49-47)
Hideki def. Kitai Tomohiro by majority decision (28-27, 28-28, 28-27)
Daii Naito def. Masahisa Kudo by unanimous decision (30-28, 30-28, 30-27) – 57-kilogram tournament semifinal
Momotaro def. Yoshihisa Morimoto by unanimous decision (30-29, 30-29, 29-28) – 57-kilogram tournament semifinal
Daiki Naito def. Ken Haraguchi by extra round unanimous decision (10-9×3) – 57-kilogram tournament quarterfinal
Masahida Kudo def. Ken Flyskygym knockout (left hook to the body). Round 1, 1:27 – 57-kilogram tournament quarterfinal
Momotaro def. Miyazaki Nako by unanimous decision (28-27, 28-26, 28-26) – 57-kilogram tournament quarterfinal
Yoshihisa Morimoto def. Shochiku by knockout (right hook). Round 2, 2:48 – 57-kilogram tournament quarterfinal
Takuya Tada def. Sano Takanobu by knockout (left hook). Round 1, 1:39 – tournament reserve
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