July 28(Sun)Sumiyoshi Kumin Center, Osaka


7 fights will be held!


★ Flyweight / 5’3R ★ Flyweight/3R x 5M ★
#4 Bantamweight #9 / 2023 NBT champion & MVP
Taiki Akiba vs. Ayumu Kan

Taiki Akiba Ayumu Kan
(Pancrase Osaka Inagaki Gumi) (Uruno Dojo)
11-14-1, 4 wins

22 year old Kan, Neobra Bantam Champion and MVP in 2023, moves up a weight class to face off against Akiba, a flyweight contender!
Akiba! Can Akiba get his first win in 5 years?

Featherweight / 5min 3R ★ Featherweight/3R x 5M ★

#8 /2019 NBT champion
Eihei Nada vs. Shuji Yamau

Chi Yohei Nada Shyudi Yamauchi
13-9-2, 20-11

Nada, who is ranked No. 8 but has lost three straight fights, and Shyudi, who is also ranked No. 8 but has lost three straight fights, will be making a comeback.
What will the result be?

Featherweight / 5’3R ★ Featherweight/3R x 5M ★

Raiki Endo vs.

Raiki Endo Koji Nakamura
(Power of Dream Sappor) (Pancrase Osaka Inagaki)


14-11-3, 15-16-4, 1NC

Endo has lost three in a row, but he was a candidate for the best bout against Ishida on 3/31 in Tachikawa. And in this match
One month after the match, Nakamura will turn 39.
Nakamura will be 39 years old a month after this fight, will she be back in the ranking?
Women’s Flyweight / 5’3R / flyweight / 3R x 5M


#4th place
Raika vs. Ayane Wada

RAIKA Ayane Wada
12-11-2 *Debut

Raika went west! Will Wada cause an UPSET in her debut match?
Wada Ayane Wada Ayane June 5, 1995 160 cm from Aichi, Japan
★ Strawweight / 5’3R ★ Strawweight/3R x 5M ★
#5 / 2022 NBT same class champion 2019 NBT same class champion

Hiroki Uematsu vs. Tatsuki Ozaki Yoshiki

Uematsu Tatsuki Ozaki
(NEVER QUIT) (Cobra Kai)
3-2-1, 6-6

Uematsu got a big win at Tachikawa on 3/31 with a split decision, and Ozaki, returning after a 2-year absence, is looking to make it to the top of the ranking.
Ozaki, who is returning to the ring after a two-year absence, is aiming to make a run in the ranks!
{Preliminary Fight}
Bantamweight 5min. 3r.
Umi Maeda
Maya Yamaki
Bantamweight 5min. 3r.
Junpei Chigusa
Chihisa Tanaka
Date & Time: July 28 (Sun.) Doors open (tentative) 13:45 / Start (tentative) 14:15
Venue: Kinshukai Sumiyoshi Kumin Center Main Hall
Admission: VIP seats (rows 1 and 2): ¥15,000- Arena (unreserved seats/rows 3 and up): ¥8,000
Preschool children are free if they are seated on their knees.
Tickets available at: Pancrase Store
Ticket on sale: Saturday, May 18
Sponsored by: FEN Corporation, Pancrase Division
Supporters: Net Corporation, STC GROUP, Martial World Japan
Inquiries: Pancrase

About the Author

Jeremy Deschner
Black Belt in American Karate from the Texas Karate Institute. Now training in Brazilian Jiujitsu in Japan. Twitter: @mmajpn1 @jiujitsu_Jedi

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