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The year 1999 is the 3rd year in the history of the Pride Fighting Championships, a mixed martial arts promotion based in Japan. 1999 had 4 events beginning with, Pride 5.

1999 in Pride FC
Information
First dateApril 29, 1999
Last dateNovember 21, 1999
Events
Total events4
Fights
Total fights28
Chronology
1998 in Pride 1999 in Pride FC 2000 in Pride

Debut Pride FC fightersEdit

The following fighters fought their first Pride FC fight in 1999:

Events listEdit

# Event Japanese name Date held Venue City Attendance
8 Pride 8 N/A November 21, 1999 Ariake Coliseum Tokyo, Japan N/A
7 Pride 7 N/A September 12, 1999 Yokohama Arena Yokohama, Japan 10,031
6 Pride 6 N/A July 4, 1999 Yokohama Arena Yokohama, Japan N/A
5 Pride 5 N/A April 29, 1999 Nagoya Rainbow Hall Nagoya, Japan N/A

Pride 5Edit

Pride 5
Information
PromotionPride Fighting Championships
DateApril 29, 1999
VenueNippon Gaishi Hall
CityNagoya
Event chronology
Pride 4 Pride 5 Pride 6

Pride 5[1] was an event held on April 29, 1999, at The Nagoya Rainbow Hall in Nagoya, Japan.

ResultsEdit

Main card
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
  Nobuhiko Takada def.   Mark Coleman Submission (heel hook) 2 1:44 [a]
  Kazushi Sakuraba def.   Vitor Belfort Decision (unanimous) 2 10:00
  Enson Inoue def.   Soichi Nishida Submission (rear-naked choke) 1 0:24
  Igor Vovchanchyn def.   Akira Shoji Decision (unanimous) 2 10:00
  Francisco Bueno def.   Satoshi Honma TKO (punches) 1 4:59
  Egan Inoue def.   Minoru Toyonaga TKO (punches) 1 5:53
  1. ^ Acknowledged by Coleman to have been a worked fight.[2]


Pride 6Edit

Pride 6
Information
PromotionPride Fighting Championships
DateJuly 4, 1999
VenueYokohama Arena
CityYokohama
Event chronology
Pride 5 Pride 6 Pride 7

Pride 6[3] was an event held on July 4, 1999, at The Yokohama Arena in Yokohama, Japan.

ResultsEdit

Main card
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
  Mark Kerr def.   Nobuhiko Takada Submission (kimura) 1 3:04
  Kazushi Sakuraba def.   Ebenezer Fontes Braga Submission (armbar) 1 9:23
  Naoya Ogawa def.   Gary Goodridge Submission (keylock) 2 0:36
  Akira Shoji def.   Guy Mezger Decision (split) 3 5:00
  Hiroki Kurosawa def.   Nobuaki Kakuda Decision 5 3:00 [a]
  Igor Vovchanchyn def.   Carlos Barreto Decision (split) 3 5:00
  Carlos Newton def.   Daijiro Matsui Decision (unanimous) 3 5:00
  Carl Malenko def.   Egan Inoue Decision (unanimous) 3 5:00


Pride 7Edit

Pride 7
Information
PromotionPride Fighting Championships
DateSeptember 12, 1999
VenueYokohama Arena
CityYokohama
Attendance10,031
Event chronology
Pride 6 Pride 7 Pride 8

Pride 7[4] was an event held on September 12, 1999, at The Yokohama Arena in Yokohama, Japan.

ResultsEdit

Main Card
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
  Daijiro Matsui def.   Bob Schrijber DQ (illegal kick) 1 10:00 [a]
  Wanderlei Silva def.   Carl Malenko Decision (unanimous) 2 10:00
  Maurice Smith def.   Branko Cikatic Submission (forearm choke) 1 7:33
  Akira Shoji def.   Larry Parker Decision (unanimous) 3 5:00
  Kazushi Sakuraba def.   Anthony Macias Submission (armbar) 2 2:30
  Igor Vovchanchyn vs.   Mark Kerr No Contest 2 4:36 [b]
Grappling match
  Enson Inoue def.   Tully Kulihaapai Submission (armbar) 1 1:15
Pro wrestling match
  Nobuhiko Takada def.   Alexander Otsuka TKO 2 1:32
  1. ^ Matsui defeated Schrijber via DQ (illegal kick) at 10:00 of round 1. Schrijber delivered an axe kick to the back of Matsui's head after the bell.
  2. ^ Initially ruled a win for Vovchanchyn, the result was changed to a "no contest" due to illegal knee strikes by Vovchanchyn.


Pride 8Edit

Pride 8
Information
PromotionPride Fighting Championships
DateNovember 21, 1999
VenueAriake Coliseum
CityTokyo
Event chronology
Pride 7 Pride 8 Pride: Grand Prix 2000 - Opening Round

Pride 8[5] was an event held on November 21, 1999, at The Ariake Coliseum in Tokyo, Japan.

ResultsEdit

Main Card
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
  Wanderlei Silva def.   Daijiro Matsui Unanimous Decision 2 10:00
  Frank Trigg def.   Fabiano Iha TKO (Punches) 1 5:00
  Allan Goes def.   Carl Malenko Submission (Arm-Triangle Choke) 1 9:16
  Mark Coleman def.   Ricardo Morais Unanimous Decision 2 10:00
  Tom Erikson def.   Gary Goodridge Unanimous Decision 2 10:00
  Igor Vovchanchyn def.   Francisco Bueno KO (Punch) 1 1:23
  Renzo Gracie def.   Alexander Otsuka Unanimous Decision 2 10:00
  Kazushi Sakuraba def.   Royler Gracie Technical Submission (Kimura) 2 13:16 [a]
  1. ^ This marked the first time a member of the Gracie Family had been defeated in a mixed martial arts bout.


See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Pride 5". Sherdog. Archived from the original on August 27, 2013. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  2. ^ "Mark Coleman: Bottom Line, I Can Still Fight". Fightday.com. 2010-02-01. Archived from the original on 2012-12-01. Retrieved 2013-08-27. Cite uses deprecated parameter |dead-url= (help)
  3. ^ "Pride 6". Sherdog. Archived from the original on August 27, 2013. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  4. ^ "Pride 7". Sherdog. Archived from the original on August 27, 2013. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  5. ^ "Pride 8". Sherdog. Archived from the original on August 27, 2013. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)