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Saturday 26, Apr 2008

  Josh Barnett vs. Jeff Monson @ Sengoku II

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jeff-monson-josh-barnettJosh Barnett will fight his long time friend Jeff Monson at Sengoku II in Japan. World Victory Road (WVR) is suggesting the fight will happen on May 18, 2008. Barnett is going to fight the guy who he was training with for years, Monson, because WVR couldn’t set up a match with him and another top heavyweight.

Sengoku II will also see Kevin Randleman take on Ryo Kawamura (confirmed match), while Roger Gracie is only said to be a valid fighter on the card with no opponent announced.

Josh Barnett – Jeff Monson and Steroids:

Josh Barnett tested positive for steroids before, so has Jeff Monson. In fact, one of the reasons Josh Barnett stopped fighting in the USA is because of his failure to pass drug tests, mainly for anabolic steroids. We don’t need to discuss Jeff Monson further then he’s a career time steroid user, who’s better off fighting in Japan where there are no drug tests.

Sunday 06, Apr 2008

  Takanori Gomi beats Duane Ludwig at World Victory Road: Sengoku

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Takanori Gomi, the former PrideFC lightweight champion and holder of the 6second KO (an MMA record). Defeated Duane Ludwig at World Victory Road in Sengoku in the 1st round 2:28 via a KO (cut). Obviously, Takanori Gomi is off his steroid cycle since he seemed much fatter then usual.

Takanori Gomi vs. Duane Ludwig

Thursday 03, Apr 2008

  Josh Barnett defeats Hidehiko Yoshida at World Victory Road Sengoku

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Lately, there has been a lot of talk about Josh Barnett facing Fedor Emelianenko as being a dream match. This has been reinforced with Fedor Emelianenko leaving M-1 Global and most likely fighting in Japan for DREAM. However, where does everyone get the idea that Josh Barnett “The Babyface Assassin” has the right to face Fedor Emelianenko. Josh Barnett “The steroid face assassin” lost to Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira and lost to CroCop 3 times! Let’s face it, his positive steroid tests aren’t gravy either. He’s testing positive for steroid use numerous times, last time in 2002 which resulted in him being stripped of his UFC heavyweight championship. Josh Barnett tested positive for Equipoise aka Boldenone , and instead of sticking it out , he left for Japan where they don’t test for steroids.

At his last fight in Japan, Josh Barnett defeated Hidehiko Yoshida at World Victory Road Sengoku, here is the video:

Josh Barnett v Hidehiko Yoshida (Part 1/2)

Josh Barnett v Hidehiko Yoshida (Part 2/2)