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All three of these fights are part of the Super Rizin event that precedes Rizin 38, which will feature seven MMA fights, and will be topped off by a bantamweight bout between Kyoji Horiguchic and Kintaro.
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Kouzi vs. Jizzy Macko
* This will be a boxing exhibition
Round 1: Kouzi shoots the jab out as he circles the bigger Jizzy. He sneaks a jab through it, not much insult from Jizzy so far. They clinch as soon as the distance gets closer. Jizzy wants to throw a powershot, but he hasn’t touched Kouzi yet. Neither fighter did much damage. Kouzi joins a left. Jizzy sniffs one right hand. He comes forward and gives some wild punches. Right uppercut glances at Kouzi. Kouzi scores with a quick 1-2.
Round 2: Kouzi with a jab, Jizzy actually connects to a right. Another big right from Jizzy and Kouzi goes to a knee, but the referee calls that a slip and not a knockdown. Interesting. Kouzi strikes a left hand and Jizzy seems to be complaining about something. Left hook from Kouzi, Jizzy throws his right hand without intention. There’s one left for Kouzi. He picks up the pace. Kouzi goes to the body. Right hand of Kouzi. Jizzy’s gas tank doesn’t look great. Right hand scores for Kouzi. Jizzy is just trying to clinch to buy time. Big flurry of Kouzi to end the round.
Round 3: Another left lands in front of Kouzi to open the round, he follows with another good punch and there’s the knockdown. Jizzy is awake, but he looks exhausted. Body shot by Kouzi. Jizzy just turns away from Kouzi as Kouzi continues to make contact. Huge left by Kouzi, Jizzy is dizzy, Kouzi follows and Jizzy falls face to the mat. Referee waves this one away, but doesn’t see many complaints from the Jizzy side.
Official result: Kouzi beats. Jizzy Mack via TKO – Round 3
Nadaka Yoshinari vs. Bandasak So Trakunpet
* This will be allowed a kickboxing match with elbows
Round 1: Yoshinari probing with low teeps. He guns in a left hand to the body. A forward kick to the body hurts Trakunpet and Yoshinari invades. It looks like Trakunpet has recovered and he’s counter-punching. Yoshinari with one knee to the body. Right hand of Yoshinari as he circles away. Yoshinari wins an exchange of body kicks. High elbow lands for Yoshinari. Yoshinari to the body, then another elbow up. Right hand drops Trakunpet, but he answers the count. Yoshinari begins to fend off Trakunpet as soon as the action resumes and there is no reaction from Trakunpet as he leans against the ropes. The referee has seen enough, this one is over.
Official result: Nadaka defeats Yoshinari. Bandasak So Trakunpet via TKO – Round 1
Kota Miura vs. Bunchuai Phonsungnoen
* This will be an MMA match
Round 1: Touch gloves and off we go. Bunchuai catches Miura with a quick right counter. Miura comes in for the shutdown, then he just pulls the guard. Bunchuai throws an elbow from the highest position. There is Miura with an armbar attempt, but Bunchuai quickly slips and releases Miura. Body lock of Miura, Bunchuai defends against the ropes. Miura gets a trip and goes right up the mountain. Light up a quick armbar and Bunchuai has to tap!
Official result: Kota Miura beats. Bunchuai Phonsungnoen via submission (armbar) – Round 1