Girl’s Budo entertainment “SEiZA” makes its debut on Thursday January 19 in Tokyo.
The mixed martial arts event saw the WKN Top Team out of Greece facing off an international selection of Team SEiZA. The representative of the ancient Olympic Games took on the opponents from Japan, Brazil, Nepal and Lithuania. The five-fight bill produced an eliminating program.
In the opening bout Sofia Karga went up against Tabatha Ricci of Brazil. The challenge ended in the first round favoring the international competitor. However in the following two contests Team Greece took over by beating Nepalese opponents. Violeta Kalaidopoulou defeated Radha Manandhar in Round 2 as well as Christina Kousta similarly outclassed Rajina Vista in the first.
In the forth encounter Marianthi Samouchou battled out against the representative of the country-host Nanae Takahashi. Japanese competitor claimed the victory in the second round, consequently squaring the number on the overall team standings. In the finale Charikleia Dimitroula took on Julija Stoliarenko of Lithuania. It required 38 seconds only for the fighter out of the Baltic region to eliminate her vis-a-vis. As a result Team SEiZA earns the majority decision 3:2.
The project of SEiZA, head by Mr Yamaguchi, aims to top up the level of sports entertainment in Japan. The women only competition matches the athletes of different fighting styles. In addition, the backbone is the World Kickboxing Network. Stephane Cabrera, WKN world president, attended the event.