Completed MMA Bout

Daisuke Murayama vs. Yamato Hiranuma

Main Card | Featherweight · 66 kg | Amateur MMA

Yamato Hiranuma defeats Daisuke Murayama via 2 Round Decision

Yamato Hiranuma
Daisuke Murayama

Round 2

0-0-0   Amateur Record At Fight   3-2-0
Climbed to 1-0   Record After Fight   Fell to 3-3
Japan   Nationality   Japan
  Fighting out of   Narita-Shi, Japan
23 years, 6 months, 2 weeks, 4 days   Age at Fight  
5'5" (165cm)   Height   5'6" (168cm)
Sayama Dojo   Gym   Lakay Central Gym (Other)
Master Japan (Primary)
Shooto 2021 Vol.3
  • Bout Information
  • Event: Shooto 2021 Vol.3
  • Date: Sunday 05.16.2021 at 03:30 AM ET
  • Referee:
  • Venue: Korakuen Hall(後楽園ホール)
  • Enclosure: Cage
  • Location: Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan
  • Bout Billing: Main Card (fight 5 of 11)
  • Pro/Am: Amateur
  • Weight: 66 kg (145.0 lbs)
  • TV Commentary:
  • Broadcast: N/A
  • Post-Fight Interviewer:
  • Murayama Total Disclosed Pay: None Disclosed
  • Hiranuma Total Disclosed Pay: None Disclosed
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Murayama vs. Hiranuma Fight Predictions

Tapology Community Predictions: 67  

Event Discussion


05.15.2021 | 4:39 AM ET

@Stephen Terry

Yeah I noticed a lot of talented Asian fighters start really young (Victoria Lee for example.)

* Edited at 05.15.2021, 4:39 AM ET *


05.15.2021 | 1:07 PM ET

Prediction Comments

Osawa vs. Nishikawa
Nobumitsu Osawa, DEC
I'm picking experience over youth here

Uno vs. Naito
Caol Uno, SUB, R1
Wow, amazing that Uno is still fighting, looking back at his record he's faced Genki Sudo, Din Thomas (twice), BJ Penn (twice), Shinya Aoki, Jens Pulver, Takanori Gomi, Yves Edwards and Hermes Franca!

Shimizu vs. Uda
Kiyotaka Shimizu, DEC
Uda has a great chance and I can see why people are picking him but I think Shimizu can still turn back these young guns

Sugimoto vs. Hiyama
Megumi Sugimoto, SUB, R1
A Japanese can who hasn't faced Gabi Garcia?

MikeLovesTacos XD
MikeLovesTacos XD

05.18.2021 | 4:04 PM ET

Yamato Nishikawa is a super legit prospect and one to watch at only 18-years-old. He's super solid, very well-rounded, and he could be well on his way to stardom in Japan. Wouldn't be surprised. His biggest win before this was probably Takekawa, but this Osawa win really solidifies him as one to watch imo. The only person recently who was able to take out Osawa was Tofiq Musaev, and that was the start of an exceptional run for him. 

I really enjoy watching Taison Naito fight. Dude has that kill or be killed mentality and I respect it, but **** is it ever a bummer to see Caol Uno get put out like that. He'll always be savvy on the mat, but his chin is gone and it's been gone for a bit at this point. Was a beautiful shot from Naito to end it, but hopefully Uno seriously considers a long overdue retirement.

Yuto Uda is another guy worth watching. A prospect who put together a pretty solid performance to beat a former King of Pancrase in Shimizu. That's nothing to scoff at. We could see big things out of him!

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