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Akihiro Gono - Mixed Martial Arts Career - Sengoku
... Ultimate Fighting Championship, Gono fought Dan Hornbuckle at World Victory Road Presents Sengoku 9 losing via head kick knockout in the third round ... Gono then fought Yoon Young Kim at World Victory Road Presents Sengoku 11 winning the fight via unanimous decision ... Gono fought Diego Gonzalez at World Victory Road Presents Sengoku Raiden Championships 12 winning the fight via unanimous decision ...
Jim York (fighter) - Mixed Martial Arts Record
... June 433 ... Sydney, Australia Loss 11-4 Dave Herman KO (axe kicks and punches) World Victory Road Presents Sengoku 11 02009-11-077 November 225 ... Tokyo, Japan Loss 11-3 Antonio Silva Submission (arm-tr ...
Road - Statistics
... The People's Republic of China is second with 3,583,715 kilometres (2,226,817 mi) of road (2007) See List of countries by road network size ... The Republic of India has the third largest road system in the world with 3,383,344 kilometres (2,102,312 mi) (2002) ... Many settlements are not reachable by road alone ...
Marlon Sandro - Mixed Martial Arts Record
2011 500 ... Hollywood, Florida, United States Loss 17–2 Hatsu Hioki Decision (unanimous) World Victory Road Presents Soul of Fight 02010-12-30December 30, 500 ... Kōt ...
Satoru Kitaoka - Mixed Martial Arts Record
3 500 Tokyo, Japan Loss 25-10-9 Jorge Masvidal KO (punches) World Victory Road Presents Sengoku 11 02009-11-07November 7, 323 ... Tokyo, Japan Loss 25-9-9 Mizuto Hirota TKO (knees) World Victory Road ...

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