HomeFight Videos Mark Coleman vs Nobuhiko Takada Fight Video PRIDE FC 5 Bruno September 21, 2012 Fight Videos 12 Comments Pride Fighting Championships 5 MMA fight video of Mark Coleman vs Nobuhiko Takada. This bout took place on April 1999 in Nagoya Rainbow Hall, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan. Tweet Pin It If There Were MMA Fights At The Special Olympics -These Guys Might Qualify Vitor Belfort vs Kazushi Sakuraba Fight Video Pride FC 5 12 Comments roadraner September 21, 2012 The japanese fighters are no joke, they don’t give the up and are always good on the ground. Ask the Gracie’s they know. Log in to Reply Jimmy September 21, 2012 FIXED. Log in to Reply metallicafan September 21, 2012 FIXED FIGHT Log in to Reply Joe Dog September 21, 2012 “Oh, no!” Log in to Reply TheKungFuLowKick September 21, 2012 The “guard” position was so pathetic.Why would a guy in side control go back to a standing guard and lethimself get leglocked like that??I can’t believe Pride would put fixed fights in a real MMA event and make a japanese win against an American top fighter… Log in to Reply Doyle Brunson September 21, 2012 fixed fight, this goes to show that pride was corrupt. Fedors record is a farce and a joke Log in to Reply victor September 21, 2012 fight was fixed but to discount everyone who fought in pride is a mistake new mma fans should have a fukng gag order for at least 5 years before they are allowed to spit Log in to Reply PitfighterZ September 21, 2012 All Takada’s fights were fixed. He was a Bushido star who never really learn to fight. Severn came from the same show, but he at least had some real catch wrestling background. That’s pretty much why I think Rickson Gracie never really had an MMA record, differently from his brothers and cousins, even though people back then idolized him. Rickson was a street fighter, but he only had a few meaningless MMA bouts. Including 2 against this clown (Takada). But, that doesn’t reflect on all Pride fights. All Pride fixed fights were very easy to spot. Pretty much like Bob Sapp’s fights nowadays. The “fix” was for entertainment, bringing some fake fights into the real fighting realm. Log in to Reply loot September 21, 2012 the fight was fixed yes, but don’t blame it on Pride, blame it on the guys who took the money and kept their mouths shut. Japan has a tradition of “shoot style/pro-wrestling” exhibition matches, personnaly I think those fights are funny + the commentators wondering what the heck is going on! this is too good! Log in to Reply kill_666 September 21, 2012 i remember this fight it was kinda weird to say the least, do anyone body know if coleman ever talk about this fight on a interview? Bruno: Gary Goodridge talks Dementia, fixed Pride fights here. http://youtu.be/N5OJ84Gk_18 Goodridge book here. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1550229931/ref=as_li_tf_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1550229931&linkCode=as2&tag=kinderinfocom-20 Log in to Reply TheKungFuLowKick September 22, 2012 What’s funny is Bas Rutten learned the fight was fixed,he got asked who do you thnik will win and he said Takada at 6 minutes by leglock.HAHAHA he almost lost his job there. @Doyle Brunson Pride had some shit sandwich fights from time to time(real fight,fixed fight,real fight) but discrediting pride is ridiculous. Log in to Reply Jack September 22, 2012 What makes you guys think the UFC fights are not fixed? Some of the judging from UFC events look very very questionable to me! Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.