Krush 99 – Results
In what will be the last event from Krush as a standalone brand, they head Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan tonight for Krush 99.
After this Krush 99 fight card, Krush will be re-branded as ‘K-1 KRUSH FIGHTS’ and essentially become a B-Tier show for K-1 Japan.
Krush 99 will be a celebration of sorts for what was ten fantastic years of Krush as a kickboxing promotion. features numerous exciting contests, including a super featherweight title fight as Kotaro Shimano looks to defend his title against Yuma Sakiyo. The champion looks to win his fourth-straight bout in Krush.
The co-main event is a pivotal welterweight clash between Jinbo and Fujimura. The Krush welterweight title-holder, Jordann Pikeur, most recently fought at K’FESTA.2.
Check out the full card below, this will be updated with results.
-55kg Title: Yuma Sakiyo def. Kotaro Shimano via Unanimous Decision
-70kg: Katsuya Jinbo def. Daisuke Fujimura via Unanimous Decision
-55kg: Tatsuya Oiwa def. Kyohei Hayashi via KO (Punch) in Round 1
-62.5kg: Shinichiro Kawasaki def. Shuji Kawarada via KO (Punch) in Round 1
-62.5kg: Takumi Yokoyama def. Hisaki Higashimoto via KO (Punch) in Round 3
-55kg: Takaya Ogura def. Shoya Masumoto via TKO (Punches, Towel Throw) in Round 3
-55kg: Tomoya Yokoyama def. Yuto Saito via KO (Punch, Towel Throw) in Round 1
-55kg: Nariai Satoru def. Kazuma Kubo via TKO (Punch) in Round 3
-57.5kg: Toma def. Genki Adachi via TKO (Punch, Towel Throw) in Round 3
-65kg: Tsubasa Horii def. Yuta Saito via TKO (Punches) in Round 1
-57.5kg: Taishi Yamada def. Masaki via Unanimous Decision
-53kg: Kazuma Takuda def. Yoshiki via KO (Headkick) in Round 2