Topped by a welterweight title fight, in the main event “Black Panther” BeyNoah looked to make the first defense of his title as he faced a worthy challenger in Bolivia’s Hideki. If the name BeyNoah sounds a little familiar to you, it is probably because he has fast become a favorite among Japanese kickboxing fans since finding a home in RISE. As for Hideki, he competed and won at RIZIN 17 last year.
In the co-main event, super lightweight champion Kosei Yamada faced Ryota Nakano is a non-title bout. Elsewhere on the card, #2 ranked middleweight Shintaro Matsukura, #1 ranked super flyweight Jin Mandokoro, and multiple local champions / tournament winners from other Japanese kickboxing companies.
Check out the full results of RISE 137 below!
BeyNoah def. Hideki via Unanimous Decision (50-47×2, 49-47) – WW Title
Kosei Yamada def. Ryota Nakano via Unanimous Decision (30-29×2, 30-28)
Shintaro Matsukura def. Seigo Nishimura via Unanimous Decision (30-29, 29-28, 30-28)
Kazuki Osaki def. Kazane via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 29-27×2)
Jin Mandokoro def. Kyosuke via KO (Straight Right) in Round 1
Kiri Matsutani def. Shota Toyama via TKO (Right Hook) in Round 2
Tatsuki Shinotsuka def. Ryoga Hirano via KO (Knee to Head) in Round 1
Keisuke Monguchi def. Kensei Yamakawa via Unanimous Decision (30-27×3)
Takuki Sanekata def. Takuya Sugimoto via Unanimous Decision (30-28×2, 29-28)
Daichi Mikami def. Toshiki Ishikawa via KO (Right Hook) in Round 1
Naoya Kuroda vs. Ryoga Terayama ends in a Majority DRAW
Ryoya Inai def. Yuki Mayumi via TKO (Straight Left) in Round 3
While you’re here, consider checking out the results of RISE 136!