Dynamite!! 2009 was a mixed martial arts and kickboxing events promoted by Fighting and Entertainment Group, held in the Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan on December 31, 2009. The event included bouts that encompass the DREAM, Sengoku Raiden Championship, K-1, and K-1 World MAX banners. The event aired on HDNet in North America.
The poster for Dynamite!! 2009.
|Promotion||DREAM, K-1, Sengoku Raiden Championship|
|Date||December 31st, 2009|
|Venue||Saitama Super Arena|
The event had the conclusion of the U18 K-1 KOSHIEN 62 kg Class Tournament. The Final Four, as decided from eight participants at K-1 World MAX 2009 World Championship Tournament Final in October, faced off in a one-night tournament to decide the K-1 KOSHIEN 2009 Champion.
Also, the conclusion of the DREAM Super Hulk tournament was held, continuing from the previous round which took place at Dream 11.
On November 25, 2009, a press conference was held to announce co-promotion between DREAM and Sengoku for Dynamite!! 2009. Currently, there are plans for seven different "DREAM vs. Sengoku" fights on the card. The planned bout between Hidehiko Yoshida and Satoshi Ishii was officially moved from Sengoku's New Year's Eve show to Dynamite!! 2009. On December 22, 2009, it was announced that DREAM Lightweight champion Shinya Aoki would not be taking on fellow DREAM fighter Tatsuya Kawajiri in a challenge for the title belt, but instead would be fighting Lightweight Champion, Mizuto Hirota to fit the DREAM vs Sengoku card, but was not a unification bout.
Masato was originally intended to face Giorgio Petrosyan, the 2009 MAX Champion, but Petrosyan fractured a bone in his right hand during his semi-final bout versus Yuya Yamamoto. The fight was billed as Masato's retirement fight.
|DREAM Super Hulk Grand Prix 2009 Final|
|Super Heavyweight||Ikuhisa Minowa||def.||Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou||KO (Punch)||3||3:29|
|Sengoku Raiden Championship Heavyweight bout|
|Heavyweight||Hidehiko Yoshida||def.||Satoshi Ishii||Decision (Unanimous)||3||5:00|
|DREAM Heavyweight bout|
|Heavyweight||Gegard Mousasi||def.||Gary Goodridge||TKO (Punches)||1||1:34||[a]|
|DREAM vs Sengoku Raiden Championship MMA bouts|
|Heavyweight||Hiroshi Izumi||def.||Katsuyori Shibata||Decision (Unanimous)||3||5:00|
|Featherweight||Michihiro Omigawa||def.||Hiroyuki Takaya||TKO (Punches)||1||2:54|
|Welterweight||Akihiro Gono||def.||Hayato Sakurai||Submission (Armbar)||2||3:56|
|Middleweight||Melvin Manhoef||def.||Kazuo Misaki||TKO (Punches)||1||1:49||
|Featherweight||Hideo Tokoro||def.||Jong Man Kim||Decision (Unanimous)||3||5:00|
|Lightweight||Tatsuya Kawajiri||def.||Kazunori Yokota||Decision (Unanimous)||3||5:00|
|Featherweight||Masanori Kanehara||def.||Norifumi Yamamoto||Decision (Unanimous)||3||5:00|
|Heavyweight||Alistair Overeem||def.||Kazuyuki Fujita||KO (Knee)||1||1:15|
|Lightweight||Shinya Aoki||def.||Mizuto Hirota||Technical Submission (Hammerlock)||1||1:17||[b]|
|K-1 MAX||Masato||def.||Andy Souwer||unanimous decision||5||3:00|
|K-1 Heavyweight||Ray Sefo||def.||Yosuke Nishijima||unanimous decision (3-0)||3||3:00|
|K-1 KOSHIEN 62 kg Class Tournament Final|
|K-1 KOSHIEN 62 kg||Masaaki Noiri||def.||Shota Shimada||unanimous decision (3-0)||3||2:00|
|K-1 KOSHIEN 62 kg Class Tournament Semi-Finals|
|K-1 KOSHIEN 62 kg||Shota Shimada||def.||Katsuki Ishida||majority decision (2-0)||3||2:00|
|K-1 KOSHIEN 62 kg||Masaaki Noiri||def.||Hiroya||unanimous decision (3-0)||3||2:00|
|K-1 KOSHIEN 62 kg Class Tournament Reserve Fight|
|K-1 KOSHIEN 62 kg||Tsukasa Fuji||def.||Tatuya Kusakabe||majority decision (2-0)||3||2:00|
Super Hulk Grand Prix 2009 BracketEdit
|Hong Man Choi|
|Hong Man Choi||SUB|
|Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou|
|Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou||TKO|
|Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou||TKO|
- Note: Bob Sapp was brought back into the tournament replacing Gegard Mousasi due to injury.
K-1 KOSHIEN 62kg 2009 BracketEdit
DREAM vs. Sengoku resultsEdit
This event marked the first inter-promotional fights between Japanese MMA organizations DREAM and Sengoku Raiden Championship. Leading into the main event, each organization had won 4 respective bouts. Shinya Aoki's submission victory resulted in the tie-breaking win, giving DREAM the final winning result of 5 wins and 4 losses.
|Shinya Aoki vs. Mizuto Hirota||WIN||LOSS|
|Alistair Overeem vs. Kazuyuki Fujita||WIN||LOSS|
|Norifumi Yamamoto vs. Masanori Kanehara||LOSS||WIN|
|Tatsuya Kawajiri vs. Kazunori Yokota||WIN||LOSS|
|Hideo Tokoro vs. Jong Man Kim||WIN||LOSS|
|Melvin Manhoef vs. Kazuo Misaki||WIN||LOSS|
|Hayato Sakurai vs. Akihiro Gono||LOSS||WIN|
|Hiroyuki Takaya vs. Michihiro Omigawa||LOSS||WIN|
|Katsuyori Shibata vs. Hiroshi Izumi||LOSS||WIN|
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