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Pride Fighting Championship - Bushido, Vol. 4
Pride Fighting Championship - Bushido Vol 4
Genres: Sports
NR     2006     2hr 46min

The Japanese PRIDE Fighting Championships are the premier event of mixed martial arts an extreme sport that incorporates elements of judo karate jiu jitsu kickboxing and wrestling into a no-holds-barred style of fighting. ...  more »


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Genres: Sports
Sub-Genres: MMA
Studio: Bci / Eclipse
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 07/04/2006
Release Year: 2006
Run Time: 2hr 46min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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fmwaalex | Austin, TX USA | 07/31/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)


1.HIROYUKI ABE VS LUIZ FIRMINO-the first fight is excellent with one getting dropped right from the start, Luiz is a killer. The fight is quick lasting only 2 plus minutes with Abe getting put to sleep with an arm triangle. Still it was a very entertaining fight with a great finish in which the loser shows the warrior spirit.5/5

2.DOKONJONOSUKE MISHIMA VS MARCUS AURELIO-the first round in this one is one of the best I have witnessed. Both guys go out and attack, from top and bottom both guys give it their all. There are some vicious shots from the top and some great submission attempts. The second and final round is just as amazing and is another round of some of the best ground fighting there has ever been. Plus after the round is over the still compete, and it is very funny. Mishima ends up getting the split decision in this excellent fight.5/5

3.AMAR SULOEV VS DEAN LISTER-the first round is pretty good with your classic grappler vs striker fight. The action is good but lacking a little since the ref gave them a red card each for stalling. Lister ends the round strong finally getting the take down. The second round is just like the first with both respecting each other to much. They also get another red card each with is another 10% off of their check. Amar gets the split decision in this one, not a bad fight at all but they fought not to lose.3/5

4.HAYATO SAKURAI VS BRADY FINK-excellent fight right here with both guys doing very well, regardless of cards. The fight ends in the first after some good back and forth action, but it is Sakurai who wins. After a near miss soccer kick he puts Fink to sleep with a guillotine choke.4/5

5.IKUHISA MINOWA VS KENICHI YAMAMOTO-we follow that fight with another fun fight that ends in the first round. Both come out hard but it is Minowa who comes out the strongest, taking him down and pounding on him. He eventually makes his way to mount and rains down heavy and quick bombs.4.5/5

6.TAKASHI SUGIURA VS GIANT SILVA-now this fight is unbelievable because of the size difference, Giant Silva is literally a giant. That is what makes it so crazy because Sugiura totally dominates the fight, and ends it in the first.5/5

7.MIRKO "CRO COP" FILIPOVIC VS SHUNGO OYAMA-one of the greatest fighters of all time is back and ready to do some damage. He does just that as Cro Cop demolishes Oyama, it lasts less than a minute or so. The striking this man lets loose is deadly, he dominates Oyama.5/5


8.PAULO FILHO VS AKIRA SHOJI-the first fight of the BTT vs Team Japan stars with a whole round of feeling out. They both get a red card so they loose some money but they land some good strikes. The second round is very close and the pace picks up a little but it goes to decision, Filho takes a split decision and a win for BTT.3.5/5

9.TAKANORI GOMI VS FABIO MELLO-in this fight Japan gets their win in a great showing by Gomi. Gomi is one of the best fighters of all time and it shows here in this fight. He decimates Mello with some heavy shots, punches and knees to the body that end the fight.5/5

10.ANTONIO ROGERIO NOGUEIRA VS KAZUHIRO NAKAMURA-the first round is a little slow at first but Little Nog kicks it up towards the end of the round. Both Little and Big Nog are some of my favorite fighters ever, so you know who I was rooting for. The second round is better with a little more action on both parts, but it is Nog who gets the win and BTT takes home the victory.4/5


11.KYOSUKE SASAKI VS EIJI MITSUOKA-the first round was very good with Eiji controlling most of the round. He went for submissions and got take downs and basically won the round easy. Still Sasaki did a great job defending everything and even pleased the crowd some with a slam with his opponent on his back. The second round was a little les active but was still very good the thing is because of special rules since no one finished the fight it became a draw.4/5
Another typical event...
death | USA | 07/27/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)

"for the most part this was a boring event. Most of the fights were of the slow paced, cautious variety that saw very few exciting flurries. There were a couple of fights that were entertaining so it is not a total waste of time to see. Overall though, this was an average Pride show at best. If you have a limited budged, save your money for 'Critical Countdown 2004' as that is one of the best events money can buy right now."