Yoji
Anjo
0-0-0( S-N-U )

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Talentübersicht

Charts werden aus 4 Kampfausgängen ermittelt.
Rekord: 0-0-0
Zusammenfassung: Groundwork, striking

Fighter Info

Spitzname: Mr. 200%
Heimatort: Suginami Tokyo, Japan USA
Alter: 47
Größe: 5' 11" ( 180 cm )
Gewicht: 198 amerikanische Pfund ( 89 kg )

Multimedia

Striking

Versuchte Schläge
0
16
56% erfolgreich
9
Arten erfolgreicher Schläge
0
9
89% im Stand
11%
8
1
Verteidigung gegen Strikes
47
%

Grappling

Takedowns gesamt
0
2
0% erfolgreich
0
Arten erfolgreicher Takedowns
 
 
{0}% Subm.
{0}% Ausbrüche
{0}% Sweeps
1
0
1
Takedown Defense
13
%
Prozentsatz verhinderter Takedowns
Ergebnis Kämpfer Event-News Str TD Sub Ausbr Methode Replay
Niederlage
Ryan Gracie
PRIDE Shockwave 2004
31.12.2004
19 2 1 6 R1 Submission
Yoji Anjo 0 0 0 0
Niederlage
Matt Lindland 16.12.2000
17 0 0 1 R1 KO/TKO
Yoji Anjo 0 0 0 0
Niederlage
Murilo Bustamante 14.04.2000
11 4 1 7 R2 Submission
Yoji Anjo 0 0 0 0
Niederlage
Tank Abbott
UFC - Ultimate Japan
21.12.1997
13 3 0 1 R2 Decision - Unanimous
Yoji Anjo 9 0 1 0

Biographie

Training Style

Anjo trains for two to three hours every day.

UFC History

At UFCJ 1 Ultimate Japan, Anjo lost a unanimous decision to David “Tank” Abbott. At UFC 25 Anjo lost by side choke (arm triangle) to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu stylist Murillo Bustamante in 0:31 seconds of round 2. Anjo is 0 and 3 in the UFC

More Information

Anjo started as a pro wrestler in 1985 for the UWF. He wrestled for new Japan Pro-Wrestling from 1986-88. He wrestled for the second UWF 1988-1991 and has also worked for UWFI and Kingdom. In 1994 Anjo fought Rickson Gracie in a dojo challenge match and was defeated in about three minutes. After the Rickson fight Anjo continued to try to improve his fighting skills. In 1996 Anjo lost to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu fighter Sean Alvarez at the U-Japan (not affiliated with the UFC) show. Anjo tapped out from punches in 34:26. In 1998 Anjo started training intensively in kickboxing and competed in K1 going to a draw with Duncan James. He returned to K1 in 1999 beating Tom Glanville and losing to Musashi.

Karriere

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