K-1 World Grand Prix 2006 in Tokyo Final - Results


Opening Fights: K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext.1R

Takumi Sato vs Tsutomu Takahagi
Sato defeated Takahagi by KO at 2:47 of the 2nd Round.
Mitsugu Noda vs Junichi Sawayashiki
Sawayashiki defeated Noda by 3rd Round Split Decision 2-1 (28-29, 30-29, 30-28).
Hiraku Hori vs Kyoung Suk Kim
Hori defeated Kim by 3rd Round Unanimous Decision 3-0 (29-28, 29-28, 29-28).

Reserve Fight #1: K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext.1R

Peter Aerts vs Musashi
Aerts defeated Musashi by KO (Punches) at 2:53 of the 1st Round.

Quarter Finals: K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext.1R

Jérôme Le Banner vs Semmy Schilt
Schilt defeated Le Banner by 3rd Round Unanimous Decision 3-0 (30-27, 30-28, 30-28).
Chalid Arrab vs Ernesto Hoost
Hoost defeated Arrab by Extra Round Unanimous Decision 3-0 (10-9, 10-9, 10-9). After 3 rounds the judges had scored it a Majority Draw 1-0 (30-30, 30-28, 30-30) in favour of Hoost.
Glaube Feitosa vs Ruslan Karaev
Feitosa defeated Karaev by KO (Brazilian High Kick) at 1:11 of the 1st Round.
Remy Bonjasky vs Stefan Leko
Bonjasky defeated Leko by 3rd Round Unanimous Decision 3-0 (30-28, 30-28, 30-28). After suffering two kicks to the groin, Bonjasky was not able to recover in the time allowed. K-1 officials decided to postpone the bout until later in the evening, giving Bonjasky time to recompose. The bout was completed after the first Superfight of the card.

Reserve Fight #2: K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext.1R

Melvin Manhoef vs Ray Sefo
Sefo defeated Manhoef by KO (Right Hook) at 0:40 of the 1st Round.

Semi Finals: K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext.1R

Semmy Schilt vs Ernesto Hoost
Schilt defeated Hoost by 3rd Round Unanimous Decision 3-0 (30-28, 30-27, 30-27).
Glaube Feitosa vs Peter Aerts
Aerts defeated Feitosa by TKO (Referee Stoppage) at 1:02 of the 2nd Round. Due to a groin injury Remy Bonjasky was forced to withdraw from the tournament and was replaced by the first reserve fight winner, Peter Aerts.

Super Fight: K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext.1R

Badr Hari vs Paul Slowinski
Hari defeated Slowinski by 3rd Round Unanimous Decision 3-0 (30-27, 30-27, 30-29).

Final: K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext.2R

Semmy Schilt vs Peter Aerts
Schilt defeated Aerts by 3rd Round Unanimous Decision 3-0 (30-27, 30-27, 30-28).

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