The Krush organization held its latest event today at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo.
The fight card featured two title bouts.
In the “second main event” Jordan “Shaggy” Pikeur of the Netherlands retained his K-1 Krush Super Welterweight Title with a three-round unanimous decision over Japan’s Jinbo Katsuya.
Pikeur fights out of the legendary Mike’s Gym in Amsterdam, and has won five consecutive bouts in K-1 Krush competition since a KO loss to Chingiz Allazov in 2017.
In the featherweight title match up, Yuki Egawa stopped Tetsu in the first round.
Full Results Below.
K-1 Krush 102
21 June, 2019
Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Broadcast: Abema TV (Japan)
-Super Featherweight: Hideki def. Kazuki Sagegami-KO Round 2
-Super Welterweight: Eito def. Toshiki Watanbe-KO Round 1
-Super Lightweight: Yuta Saito def. Kazuma Takekoshi-TKO Round 1
-Super Featherweight: Junpei Sano def. Takuma Kaweguchi-KO Round 3
-Featherweight: Riku Morisaka def. Naoki Takahashi-Unanimous Decision
-Super Bantamweight: Yuto Kuroda def. Ryuto-Unanimous Decision
-Super Welterweight: Kotetsu def. Yojiro Hiratsuka-Unanimous Decision
-Super Lightweight: Kensei Kondo def. Fumiya-TKO Round 2
-Super Lightweight: Riku Ruku def. Tsubasa Horii-Unanimous Decision
-Featherweight: Yuki Egawa def. Tetsu-KO Round 1 (Egawa Retain K-1 Krush Featherweight Title)
-Super Welterweight: Jordan “Shaggy” Pikeur (Netherlands) def. Jinbo Katsuya (Japan)-Unanimous Decision (Pikeur Retains K-1 Krush Super Welterweight Title)