K-1 KRUSH FIGHT 104 Results 1

Five weeks ago, K-1 KRUSH FIGHT 103 took over the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo with a stacked show featuring a six-bout Japan vs. China series. China went on to win that mini-series, capped off with a massive upset as Zhu Shuai knocked former champ Koya Urabe out cold early. Now, returning to the same venue, K-1 Japan has put forth an equally fantastic offering with K-1 KRUSH FIGHT 104.

Topped by two title fights, this morning’s kickboxing action was headed by a super lightweight title bout as current champion Hayato Suzuki (7-2-1) looked to defend his crown against the ultra-experienced former RISE champ Yasuomi Soda (26-8). The co-main event was a cruiserweight championship tournament final that saw Keiji (17-9) take on Rui (12-7-1) in a surefire firefight.

Other notables on the card were Josefine Knutsson (28-4) of Sweden, who defeated Krush champ Kana back in March and former bantamweight champ Akihiro Kaneko (8-0) as he makes his first super bantamweight appearance. He relinquished his Krush bantamweight title last year and was set to compete in the latest Krush Super Bantamweight Grand-Prix and had to pull out of the tournament with a hand injury, despite being one of the top-seeded participants.

Check out the full results of K-1 KRUSH FIGHT 104 below, as well as the previous K-1 KRUSH show results here.

-65kg Super Lightweight Championship:
Hayato Suzuki def. Yasuomi Soda via Ex. Round Unanimous Decision
* Suzuki’s 1st Title Defense

-90kg Cruiserweight Championship Tournament Final:
Keiji def. Rui via KO (Straight-Right) in Round 2

-52kg Women’s Catchweight:
Josefine Knutsson def. Kotomi via Unanimous Decision

-55kg Super Bantamweight:
Akihiro Kaneko def. Yuta Hayashi via Unanimous Decision

-60kg Super Featherweight:
Taio Asahisa def. Tomoya Yokoyama via Unanimous Decision

-65kg Super Lightweight:
Ruku def. Shodai Matsuoka via KO (Right Hook) in Round 2

-57.5kg Featherweight:
Riku Morisaka def. Tenma Sano via Unanimous Decision

-60kg Super Featherweight:
Chihiro Nakajima def. Junpei Sano via TKO (Spinning Back Kick) in Round 3


While you’re here, check out last week’s stacked K-1 World Grand-Prix 2019 event results!

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