M-1 Fairtex Challenge Results Sept.12 , 2010
By Mike LNg
The 3rd installment of Fairtex’s M-1 Challenge has taken place on September 12th, 2010 and the results are in. Titled M-1 Fairtex Singha Beer Muay Thai Challenge Nai Kanotom Volume 3, the event took place in Differ Ariake in Tokyo, Japan.
World Professional Muay Thai Federation (WPMF) World Lightweight & M-1 Lightweight Unified Championship (3 x 5R)
Kanonsuk Fairtex (Thailand / WPMF World Lightweight champion)
Tomofumi Endo (Japan / M-1 Lightweight champion)
Kanonsuk won by TKO with the left elbow strike at 2:49 during the 2nd Round. Kanonsuk retained his WPMF title and won the title of M-1 lightweight champion.
Heavyweight match (3 x 3R)
Fabiano “Cyclone” Goncalves Aoki (Brazil / WPMF World Super-heavyweight champion, RISE Heavyweight champion)
Gotoku Onda (Japan)
Fabiano won by TKO with the left cross at 2:27 during 2nd Round. Fabiano was quoted as saying “I have the title of Super-heavyweight, and I want to fight against Jerome Le Banner who is holding same belt, not against Koichi”. How this title was awarded at all after Le Banner won it seems a bit mysterious to me.
Middleweight match (3 x 3R) Gennarong’s retirement bout
Gennarong Weerasakreck (Thailand / M-1 Welterweight champion)
Hiroki Komata (Japan)
Komata won by TKO(Cut) with the Right elbow strike at 2:22 during 3rd Round.
Super-featherweight match (3 x 3R)
Hisanori Maeda (Japan)
“King” Kohei (Japan)
Maeda won by the unanimous decision after round 3.
KOICHI (Japan / M-1 Heavyweight champion)
“FUCK” Kishida (Japan). Yes that is actually Kishida’s nickname and not a mistype. He goes by the nickname “Fuck”.
Koichi won by TKO with knee strike to the head at 1:20 during the 2nd Round. Following the bout Koichi was quoted to have said “I want to fight against Fabiano because he’s got the WPMF belt.”
WPMF World Female Mini-Flyweight Championship (2 x 5R)
Featherweight match (3 x 3R)
Erika Kamimura (Japan / WPMF champion, J-Girls Mini-Flyweight champion)
Nongnuen Soshiriwan (Thailand / Challenger)
Kamimura won by the unanimous decision after 5th Round, and she succeeded in first defending her title.
Kompayak Weerasakreck (Thailand / M-1 Super-bantamweight champion)
Kompayak won by the unanimous decision after the 3rd Round.
Results source :boutreview.