Event Replays
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PRIDE 18
PRIDE 18: Cold Fury 2
Closing out the year, PRIDE 18: Cold Fury presented a fine night of MMA action including fan-favorites Igor Vovchanchyn, “Rampage”, and PRIDE middleweight champ Wanderlei Silva in a non-title bout. Also, an always exciting PRIDE vs. K-1 match-up.
Dec. 23, 2001
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PRIDE 17
PRIDE 17: Championship Chaos
Glittery gold belts! PRIDE 17: Championship Chaos presented two inaugural title fights as Heath Herring collided with Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira for the PRIDE heavyweight strap, and Kazushi Sakuraba faced Wanderlei Silva for the PRIDE middleweight belt.
Nov. 3, 2001
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PRIDE 16
PRIDE 16: Beasts from the East
PRIDE 16: Beasts from the East saw a memorable fight night including the MMA return of 2x UFC tournament winner Don “The Predator” Frye, and featured a main event rumble between Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira vs. former UFC heavyweight champ Mark Coleman.
Sep. 24, 2001
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PRIDE 15
PRIDE 15: Raging Rumble
From the Saitama Super Arena, PRIDE 15: Raging Rumble saw a great night of fights including the debut of BJJ blackbelt Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira as he faced “Big Daddy” Gary Goodridge, and the debut of Quinton “Rampage” Jackson against Kazushi Sakuraba.
Jul. 29, 2001
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PRIDE 14
PRIDE 14: Clash of the Titans
PRIDE 14: Clash of the Titans saw another talent-rich card with KO artists like Wanderlei Silva & Igor Vovchanchyn, Japanese wrestlers collided with Kazuyuki Fujita vs. Yoshihiro Takayama, and the debut of UFC star Chuck “The Iceman” Liddell.
May. 27, 2001
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PRIDE 13
PRIDE 13: Collision Course
PRIDE 13: Collision Course delivered an action-packed event including Dan Henderson vs. Renzo Gracie, a memorable melee between Igor Vovchanchyn and Tra Telligman, and the main event clash was Wanderlei “The Axe-Murderer” Silva vs. Kazushi Sakuraba.
Mar. 25, 2001
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PRIDE 12
PRIDE 12: Cold Fury
At the Saitama Super Arena for another huge end of the year event, PRIDE 12: Cold Fury saw many classic battles like Kazushi Sakuraba vs. Ryan Gracie, the Igor Vovchanchyn vs. Mark Kerr rematch, and the first clash of Wanderlei Silva and Dan Henderson.
Dec. 9, 2000
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PRIDE 11
PRIDE 11: Battle of the Rising Sun
From the Osaka Castle Hall, PRIDE 11: Battle of the Rising Sun presented another fine event stacked with action from promotion stars like Kazushi Sakuraba, Akira Shoji, Wanderlei “The Axe-Murderer” Silva, and Igor Vovchanchyn vs. Nobuhiko Takada.
Oct. 31, 2000
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PRIDE 10
PRIDE 10: Return of the Warriors
A night of wildly memorable match-ups! PRIDE 10: Return of the Warriors offered historic clashes like Kazushi Sakuraba vs. Renzo Gracie, Kazuyuki Fujita vs. former UFC superfight champ Ken Shamrock, and Igor Vovchanchyn vs. Enson Inoue to name a few.
Aug. 27, 2000
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PRIDE 9
PRIDE 9: New Blood
From the Nagoya Rainbow Hall, PRIDE 9: New Blood delivered an exciting card with top striking & submission talent from Igor “Ice Cold” Vovchanchyn to former UFC heavyweight champ Ricco Rodriguez. In the main event, Vitor Belfort faced Gilbert Yvel.
Jun. 4, 2000
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GP 2000 Finals
PRIDE: Grand Prix 2000 Finals
One of the most famous events in MMA history! PRIDE Grand Prix 2000 Finals concluded this unforgettable tournament with the quarters, semis, and finals contested in one wild night of fights. Including, the epic clash of Kazushi Sakuraba vs. Royce Gracie.
May. 1, 2000
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12 PRIDE: Grand Prix 2000 Opening Round
The event that put this company on the map! The PRIDE Grand Prix 2000 Opening Round was a massive 16 man openweight tournament featuring the best talent the Japanese MMA promotion had to offer. It kicked off part 1 of 2 historic nights of fights.
Jan. 30, 2000
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13 PRIDE 8
PRIDE 8 was an event for the history books as the card was littered with top talent like Mark Coleman, Frank Trigg, Igor Vovchanchyn, Wanderlei Silva, and Renzo Gracie. And in a very memorable melee, Kazushi Sakuraba tangled with Royler Gracie.
Nov. 21, 1999
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14 PRIDE 7
PRIDE 7 delivered a memorable event with action from fan-favorites Kazushi Sakuraba, Enson Inoue, Nobuhiko Takada, a highly-anticipated collision between forces Mark Kerr and Igor Vovchanchyn, and the PRIDE debut of Wanderlei “The Axe-Murderer” Silva.
Sep. 12, 1999
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15 PRIDE 6
Returning to Yokohama, PRIDE 6 saw burgeoning fan-favorites in the ring like Igor Vovchanchyn, Carlos Newton, and a co-main event submission grappling spectacular as Kazushi Sakuraba faced Ebenezer Fontes Braga. Headlining, Mark Kerr vs. Nobuhiko Takada.
Jul. 4, 1999
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16 PRIDE 5
The first event under new management Dream Stage Entertainment, PRIDE 5 hosted an exciting card from Nagoya, Japan with action from Igor Vovchanchyn, Kazushi Sakuraba, Enson Inoue, and the debuts of UFC stars Vitor Belfort and Mark “The Hammer” Coleman.
Apr. 29, 1999
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17 PRIDE 4
Rematch! Marking the Japanese MMA promotion’s 1 year anniversary, PRIDE 4 returned to the Tokyo Dome with the much-anticipated second bout between Nobuhiko Takada and Rickson Gracie. Also making his PRIDE debut, knockout artist Igor Vovchanchyn.
Oct. 11, 1998
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18 PRIDE 3
Back to Tokyo, PRIDE 3 featured another wide-array of international talent including Mark “The Smashing Machine” Kerr, “Big Daddy” Gary Goodridge, Nobuhiko Takada, American sumo wrestler Emmanuel Yarborough, and Kazushi Sakuraba vs. Carlos Newton.
Jun. 24, 1998
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19 PRIDE 2
Live from the Yokohoma Arena, PRIDE 2 took place five months after the inaugural event and featured many of the same talent like Renzo Gracie, Akira Shoji, Gary Goodridge, and Branko Cikatic. Making their debuts, Kazushi Sakuraba, Mark Kerr, and Marco Ruas.
Mar. 15, 1998
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PRIDE 1
PRIDE 1
The show that started it all! On October 11th, 1997, PRIDE 1 debuted at the Tokyo Dome and started an MMA revolution in Japan. The inaugural event featured several former UFC stars and was headlined by a clash between Nobuhiko Takada and Rickson Gracie.
Oct. 11, 1997
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21 PRIDE: Bushido 2
PRIDE Bushido 2 was stacked from top to bottom with MMA superstars like Mirko “Cro Cop” Filipovic, Wanderlei Silva, “Shogun” Rua, Takanori Gomi, and the lone PRIDE appearances from from future UFC lightweight champ Sean Sherk and Yushin Okami.
Feb. 15, 2004
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22 PRIDE: Shockwave 2003
Closing out another memorable year, PRIDE Shockwave 2003 saw many fan-favorite fighters in action like “Rampage” Jackson, Don “The Predator” Frye, Kazushi Sakuraba, and the legendary grappling battle between Royce Gracie and Hidehiko Yoshida.
Dec. 31, 2003
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23 PRIDE: Final Conflict 2003
PRIDE Final Conflict 2003 delivered the semifinals and finals of the Middleweight Grand Prix as well as one of the greatest heavyweight clashes as Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira faced Mirko “Cro Cop” Filipovic for the interim PRIDE heavyweight title.
Nov. 9, 2003
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24 PRIDE: Bushido 1
PRIDE Bushido 1 saw a slew of interesting match-ups as Team Japan headed by Hidehiko Yoshida took on Team Gracie headed by Royce Gracie. Also, fan-favorite knockout artist Mirko “Cro Cop” Filipovic faced for the first time ever - a man in a mask!
Oct. 5, 2003
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