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Posted: 2006-08-18 10:49:34
Kickboxing in Japan had died down quite a bit by the late 80's and didn't start moving again until 1993 as you stated. One of Urquidez' last fights was against a Japanese fighter in 1989 and the same guy fought and lost to Pete Cunningham in 1991 or so. I remember a fighter in the ratings in the 80's by the name of "Iron Fujimoto". I never saw him fight, but his name alone installs fear. It seems to have been reborn with Master Ishi promoting K-1 fighters from his full-contact karate organization and then blossumed from there.

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