K-1 Fields Dynamite NYE 2008 LIVE Results



K-1’s Field Dynamite 2008 is set to take place at 7 PM (Tokyo) on New Years Eve. That 5 AM EST New Years Eve here in the United States. No Media will be hosting the event, but many fans have found KeyHoleTV to broadcast the event over the Internet for free.

Stay tuned to CageToday.com for the live results stating around 5 AM EST.

K-1 Fields Dynamite 2008 Videos

Just as the fights get started Gesias “JZ” Calvancante enters the ring to announce that his lightweight fight with Joachim Hansen was scratched after Hansen was unable to pass the medicals for tonight’s fight. It is rumored that the DREAM lightweight grand prix champion had suffered a “head injury” prior to tonight’s fight.


  1. Kiyoshi Tamura defeats Kazushi Sakuraba via Unanimous Decision
  2. Shinya Aoki defeats Eddie Alvarez via Submission (Heel Hook) at 1:32 of R1.
  3. Melvin Manhoef defeats Mark Hunt via KO (Punches) at 0:18 of R1.
  4. Mirko “Cro Cop” Filipovic defeats Hong Man Choi via TKO (Leg Injury) at 6:32 of R1.
  5. Hayato “Mach” Sakurai defeats Katsuyori Shibata via TKO (Punches) 7:01 of R1.
  6. Semmy Schilt defeats Siala “Mighty Mo’ Siliga via Submission (Trinagle) at 5:31 of R1.
  7. Bob Sapp defeats Akihito “Kinniku Mantaro” Tanaka via TKO (Punches) at 5:22 of R1.
  8. Andy Ologun defeats Yukio Sakaguchi via TKO (Punches) at 3:52 of R1.
  9. Daisuke Nakamura defeats Hideo Tokoro via Technical Submission (Armbar) at 2:23 of R1.
  10. Ikuhisa Minowa defeats Errol Zimmerman via Submission (Toe Hold) at 1:01 of R1.


  1. Gegard Mousasi defeats Musashi via TKO at 2:32 of R1
  2. Alistair Overeem defeats Bahr Hari via KO at 2:07 of R1.
  3. Tatsuya Kawajiri defeats Kozo Takeda via TKO at 2:37 of R1.
  4. Hiroya defeats Koya Urabe via Unanimous Decision (10-9 x3)
  5. Artur Kyshenko defeats Yoshihiro Sato via Majority Decision (30-29, 29-28, 29-29)
  6. Hiroya defeats Shota Shimada via Unanimous Decision (30-29 x3)
  7. Koya Urabe defeats Ryuya Kusakabe via TKO (Doctor’s Stoppage) at 2:21 of R3.


  1. Tim

    December 31, 2008 at 1:41 am

    Cro Crop and Sapp won…alright..i wonder what Sapp wieghed at fight time like 380 i guess…there is no way Sapp could fight in the States unless there was a superfight or something.

  2. CagE

    December 31, 2008 at 2:24 am

    Losing sucks, but losing to a guy in a pink and yellow leotard, really sucks.

    Aoki is a submission freak.

  3. roy

    December 31, 2008 at 4:25 am

    i already saw a few of these fights and wow what a great event, great job by aoki beating a very good alvarez and overreem beating a k-1 fighter at his own game along with mousasi and kawajiri.cro cop won but it wasn't a exiting fight and how about semmy 3 years in a row k-1 grand champ getting a sub. and melvin stepping up on 1 days notice doing the thought impossible knocking out hunt in like 18 seconds.

  4. Luke

    December 31, 2008 at 4:50 am

    Melvin was awesome. Geat combo to put Mark Hunt down.

    The Cro Cop fight was pretty dull but a win is a win i guess, i dont think it means he is going to get back to his best. Hong Man is a very dissapointing fighter he doesn't look like he knows what he is doing in there.

    Aoki rules.

  5. Eric

    December 31, 2008 at 5:05 am

    Aoki is on a tear since his first fight with JZ. I didn't think he could beat Alvarez but that just shows how dangerous he is on the ground. Even so, WAMMA is naming him the #1 lightweight in the world which I don't think is correct.

  6. MW74

    December 31, 2008 at 5:06 am

    Damn! Overeem is no joke, huh?…cro-cop did what I thought he would…hopefully he'll start to get those devestating kicks back to what we've seen before and stop getting ko'd so much…I would love to see sapp fight in the states more, but we can't compete for him with a country who doesn't care what he's on or the shape he's in..I still say he'd be damn fun to watch with some of the bigger names in hwt div's here & now!

  7. Luke

    December 31, 2008 at 5:28 am

    I agree Eric as good as Aoki is, he is not the best lightweight in the world. WAMMA can only judge on orginizations that recongnise them as an official ranking body. In my opinion BJ Penn is the best 155 lb fighter in the world but the UFC and WAMMA dont really get along.

  8. MW74

    December 31, 2008 at 5:40 am

    I'll second that, luke! Bj should roll out and just POWN gsp…I don't think gsp even thinks for a minute that there's a chance of it happening, either…that's what's gonna be interesting….a couple months after getting stunned(whooped)by sera..he goes on radio disrespecting the guy, basically undoing the classy way he responded immediately after that fight…after this fight….there won't be any excuses or backtracking on statements available…Prodigy all the way.

  9. Miko

    December 31, 2008 at 9:26 am

    Tim: Sapp could fight in America very easily.

    If he stopped all of the roids he'd drop down to 280 easily.

    then he'd only have to cut 15 pounds at weigh ins.

    He's a freakshow roider, he'll never come here.

  10. MW74

    December 31, 2008 at 9:41 am

    I don't think Sapp has weighed 280 since like his freshman year in high school!

  11. kom34

    December 31, 2008 at 12:08 pm

    i dont see any way sapp can make 265. i cant believe mark hunt got ko'd in just a few seconds. before this fight he was known for his chin and being able to take the hardest hits. he used to take cro cops high kicks when he was in his prime.

  12. kom34

    December 31, 2008 at 12:09 pm

    thanks for the link cage.

  13. Kash

    December 31, 2008 at 12:59 pm

    P4P wierdest fighter in the world is Shinya Aoki.

  14. fedor24

    January 1, 2009 at 10:20 am

    I can't believe alvarez got tapped so freaking quick. I thought he would really push Aoki.

  15. alex

    January 1, 2009 at 11:00 am

    MW74 GSP didn't disrespect Matt Serra, in fact he was doin' a Mea Culpa all this thing was a big misunderstanding. Be in GSP's place for 2 minute, everyone's sayin' to you that you are the best p4p, you're a god, a prodigy, the future of the sport all day long, what are you gonna do? You're gonna stay relax and you're gonna think that you're invincible. On top of that, your next opponent is someone most people don't even know who he is, that's enough to have a big head and think that's gonna be an easy win. That's what he said, he said he took his opponent too lightly and in fact he was blaming himself, I know it sounds cold for Serra to hear GSP say he didn't took him seriously but I don't think GSP meant to be disrespectful. What he learned about this loss is to never take an opponent lightly whoever he is, and he surely won't take BJ lightly, expect GSP to win in great fashion.

  16. MW74

    January 1, 2009 at 3:51 pm

    Alex, yeah, I heard that part, but immediately atfer the fight, he said it like he should have…gave his opponent respect for beating him and said sera was the better man…then later when on canadian radio…he recanted and said it WASN'T cause sera was the better man…he just got lucky…listen, I know he's better than sera, YOU know he's better than sera…but on the night he got beat…sera was tthe hungrier,more aggressive and determined man…THAT made him BETTER if only for that night…but to recant later, when safe at home?…that was a chump move and BJ won't be the guy he can pulll that kinda BS on…it's just gonna be a whoopin if there's any justice in this world…HAPPY NEW YEAR ALL! :)

  17. dane drebin

    January 1, 2009 at 7:07 pm

    mirko won in exactly the fashion i predicted. everyones sour over him not taking the overeem fight butits a good win over a huge monster.

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