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List of Sengoku champions

This is a list of champions in the World Victory Road organization at each weight class.

Title histories

Middleweight Championship

171 to 185 lb (77.5 to 84 kg)
No. Name Event Date Defenses
1 BrazilJorge Santiago
def. Kazuo Misaki
Sengoku no Ran 2009
Saitama City, Japan
January 4, 2009

1. def. Mamed Khalidov at Sengoku 12 on Mar 7, 2010 in Tokyo, Japan
2. def. Kazuo Misaki at Sendoku 14 on Aug 22, 2010 in Tokyo, Japan

The title was vacated on February 8, 2011 after Santiago was granted his release and signed with the UFC.

Welterweight Championship

156 to 170 lb (70 to 77 kg)
No. Name Event Date Defenses
1 JapanKeita Nakamura
def. Yasubey Enomoto
Soul of Fight
Tokyo, Japan
December 30, 2010

Lightweight Championship

146 to 155 lb (67 to 70 kg)
No. Name Event Date Defenses
1 Japan Satoru Kitaoka
def. Takanori Gomi
Sengoku no Ran 2009
Saitama City, Japan
January 4, 2009
2 Japan Mizuto Hirota Sengoku 9
Saitama City, Japan
02009-08-02August 2, 2009
Hirota vacated title on March 7, 2010 at Sengoku 12 after losing to DREAM champion Shinya Aoki at Dynamite!! 2009.

Featherweight Championship

136 to 145 lb (62 to 66 kg)
No. Name Event Date Defenses
1 Japan Masanori Kanehara
def. Michihiro Omigawa
Sengoku 9
Saitama City, Japan
02009-08-02August 2, 2009
2 Brazil Marlon Sandro Sengoku 13
Tokyo, Japan
02010-06-20June 20, 2010
3 Japan Hatsu Hioki Soul of Fight
Yokyo, Japan
02010-12-30December 30, 2010
The title was vacated on June 25, 2011 after Hioki signed with the UFC.

Tournament Champions

Event Date Weight class Winner Runner-up
Sengoku 6 November 1, 2008 Lightweight Japan Satoru Kitaoka Japan Kazunori Yokota
Middleweight Brazil Jorge Santiago Japan Kazuhiro Nakamura
Sengoku 9 August 2, 2009 Featherweight Japan Masanori Kanehara Japan Michihiro Omigawa
Soul of Fight December 30, 2010 Welterweight JapanKeita Nakamura Switzerland Yasubey Enomoto

See also

References

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