RIZIN Landmark Vol. 4 Full Results

RIZIN Landmark Vol. 4
Satoshi Yamasu and Ren Hiramoto, RIZIN Landmark Vol 4 weigh-in Credit: RIZIN FF

RIZIN Fighting Federation was in action on Sunday (early Sunday for western fight fans) with RIZIN Landmark Vol 4.

The night in Nagoya started out with a string of stoppages, with five straight bouts ending inside the distance. While that pace wouldn’t hold up, there were still a number of entertaining match-ups on the card.

Among the card’s more notable names, veteran Yuki Motoya improved to 32-10 with a unanimous decision victory over the out-matched Kazuma Kuramoto. Another veteran did not fare as well, as Mazakasu Imanari dropped to 39-22 in a decision loss to Chihiro Suzuki.

The main event saw Ren Hiramoto earn a decision over Satoshi Yamasu. The 24-year old is now 2-2 in MMA, but with an extensive kickboxing background (he was runner up in the 2017 K-1 Lightweight World Grand Prix), Hiramoto still has plenty of time to round out as a mixed martial artist.

RIZIN Landmark Vol. 4 Results

Ren Hiramoto def. Satoshi Yamasu by unanimous decision
Chihiro Suzuki def. Mazakasu Imanari by unanimous decision
Yuki Motoya def. Kazuma Kuramoto by unanimous decision
Kiyoshi Kuwabara def. Ikuhisa Minowa by KO, Round 1
C. Gibrainn de Oliveira def. Satoshi Kamiyama by KO, Round 1
Satomi Takano def. Laura Fontoura by decision
Yasaku Nakamura def. Takaki Soya by unanimous decision
Jin Aoi def. Hiroaki Suzuki by unanimous decision
Alan Yoshihiro Yamaniha def. Yasuhiro Kawamura by unanimous decision
Ji Young Yang def. Mamoru Uoi by TKO (punches), Round 2, 4:13
Yuta Kubo def. Keisuke Okuda by KO (elbow), Round 1, 4:43
Junya Hibino def. Riku Yoshida by TKO (ground n’ pound), Round 2, 3:00
Kenta Kubo def. Hideyoshi Okamoto by KO (knee), Round 2, 2:52
Shuto Sato def. Kazunori by TKO (referee stoppage), Round 1, 0:39