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The gym you belong toSilver Wolf..The first Japanese K-1 WORLD MAX world champion.
- 20072/11, Actress / talentShin YazawaAnd 6 years of dating, 5 yearsAmphibiousEnrolled after.Next day20084/20, Had a wedding reception at a hotel in Tokyo.
- 20126/22, The first child girl is born after 4 years of fertility treatment.
- 20149/27, The second child girl is born.
- 20191/8, Report the birth of a third boy.
ChibaKashiwaBorn at 4700 grams..He was in the second grade of elementary school because of his parents' convenienceChibaKashiwaからOkinawaMove to.Due to her parents' convenience again when she was in the sixth grade of elementary schoolSaitamaAsakaMoved to.He spends his sixth grade in elementary school, junior high school, and high school in Asaka.Saitama Sakae High SchoolDropped out even though he went on to school.After dropping out of high school, he changed over 10 different jobs.
August 1997, 5,Taishin KohiruimakiPlay againstKnee kick3RKO lost due to repeated hits.I enjoyed his first black star.Both of them were treated as the undercard of the 2rd round between the 3nd round of debut, but the main and semi games were canceled one after another, and it became the main event of the day's box office in advance.This match is called "Martial arts communication』(Baseball magazine company) Was posted in all colors on two pages in a hurry.Masato was defeated, but it was an unusual treatment to use a whole page of Masato's entrance scene.
2000January 1st, at the double main event (semi-final) of "LEGEND-I" sponsored by the All Japan Kickboxing Federation (Belgium), But Masato refused to participate in the match and was called "forfeit". Submitted a withdrawal notice to Fuji Jim and the All Japan Kickboxing Federation on March 3, and the federationWelterweightThe throne was also returned and became a member of "Silver Wolf".For a while after that総 合格 闘 技Group/PancrasTokyo DojoNew Japan Kickboxing AssociationI borrowed the Ihara Dojo and practiced.Masato said, "It was the hardest time when I didn't have my own gym and I didn't know when I could play the game."
On July 2000, 7, the first independent box office "Wolf Revolution" was held, and 26 RKO won in the main event.
On November 2000, 11, at the box office "K-1 J MAX", which was the predecessor of K-1 WORLD MAX.Morad Sari(France)WhenISKAPlayed an oriental world welterweight title match and won KO on the left hook in 2R.Successful capture of the throne.After the match, Masato, who grabbed the microphone on the ring, declared, "It's my time now."He later said that the match was a big turning point.
August 2000, 12,ThailandAt the "King of Thailand Birth Memorial Tournament" held inSurya So PloenchitPlay against and lose the judgment.Taishin KohiruimakiIt was the first defeat in 3 years and 6 months since the war.
2001On January 1, 12RTKO won by unilaterally defeating Mohammed Owari, who was scheduled to play a year ago at Wolf Revolution ~ Second Wave ~.After the match, he commented, "I was able to prove that I didn't run away."
2002On February 2th, he participated in the K-11 WORLD MAX Japan National Team Tournament. He advanced to the final with a KO win in both the first round and the semi-finals.Taishin KohiruimakiPlay against.Accurately hit the punch and win the decision.
May 2002, 5, K-11 WORLD MAX 1 in the semifinals of the world's best deciding matchAlbert Kraus( Netherlands) And play. In 2R, Klaus's right straight took him down and lost the decision.He cried on his way to the waiting room after the match.
October 2002, 10, K-11 WORLD MAX 1 in the World Champion BattleAlbert KrausPlay against.Although they swore to humiliate each other, they lacked a decisive factor and drew.
2003Participated in the K-3 WORLD MAX 1 Japan National Team Tournament on March 1st. He won the tournament for the second time in a row with a dangerous match while winning all three games.
July 2003, 7, in the first round of the K-5 WORLD MAX 1 World Championship TournamentMike Zambidis(Greece) And play. In 1R, Zambidis jumped to Zambidis who showed a slight gap and took a knee kick, but after that, Zambidis's counterattack regained points and he won a hard victory with a 2-1 decision.Last year's champion in the finalAlbert Kraus2R, KO with the left hook and won the championship.
2004July 7, K-7 WORLD MAX 1 at the world's best tournamentJadamba Narantungalag(Mongolia),Albert KrausIn the final matchBuakao Po. Plumuk(Thailand).The damage from successive battles accumulated, and he was forced to fight with one eye blocked.Even though he had no way to attack Buakaw and was fighting in a dizzying state in the 3R, he entered the extension R with a judgment of 3-1 at the end of the 0R, lost the judgment in the extension R, and became the runner-up.This judgment became a problem, and on July 7th after the tournament, it was said that "the judgment at the end of the 9rd round was misjudging, unqualified and incomprehensible".Noburou TsunodaAnnounced the disposition of the referees.In addition, it was officially certified that Buakaw had won the 3-3 decision at the end of 0R, but no change was made on the official record..
August 2004, 12,K-1 PREMIUM 2004 Dynamite !!でYamamoto "KID" TokufuAnd K-1 rule. 1R, immediately after Yamamoto took downLow kickIs Yamamoto'sGoldenThe game is interrupted by hitting directly.Yamamoto himself was so fatal that his limbs trembled.Then, after a five-minute break, Yamamoto, who lacked vividness, regained the down to 5R and won the decision.
2005July 7, K-20 WORLD MAX 1 in the quarterfinals of the world's best tournament finalsMike ZambidisPlay against.He took down and won the decision, but his kick left his left footfibulaFractured and abstained from the semi-finals.
2006July 6, K-30 WORLD MAX 1 in the quarterfinals of the world's best tournament finalsTaishin KohiruimakiAnd the third match in total. The body blow was applied to 3R, and the left straight immediately after that took down and won the decision.In the semifinalsAndy sowerHe suffered a down to (Netherlands) just before the end of 3R and lost in the judgment to finish in 3rd place.
August 2006, 12,K-1 PREMIUM 2006 Dynamite !!Former who was scheduled to play inWBA世界Super featherweightKingChoi Yong Soo( South Korea) Was injured during practice, and the opponent was injured 10 days before the match.boxingFormer Japanese middleweight championSatoru Suzukichange to.The result is 2 RKO wins.
October 2007, 10, K-3 WORLD MAX 1 World No. 2007 Tournament Finals, the previous year's champion nominated by himselfBuakao Po. PlumukAnd played in the quarterfinals. He took down on the right straight to 1R and won the decision.In the semifinalsArtur Kyshenko(Ukraine) To 2RcounterKO wins with the left hook.In the finalAndy sowerHowever, in addition to the accumulation of damage that fought in the two games, the onslaught of sour reached the limit of his legs, and he could not stand up at the end of 2R, so the second throws in a towel and loses TKO.It ended in the runner-up.
August 2007, 12,K-1 PREMIUM 2007 Dynamite !!Was scheduled to play in the previous yearChoi Yong SooAnd play again. It was a match against a former professional boxer for three years in a row. To 3RDuckingAfter taking down with a high kick that matches the above, he continued to attack with punches and low kicks and won the TKO by throwing in a 3R towel.
2008XNUM X Month X NUM X Day,K-1 WORLD MAX 2008 FINALIn the semi-final of the tournament, I have been eager to play against Masato for some time.Yoshihiro Satoagainst. He was knocked down with a left hook on 3R,At that time, despite the rule that ``10 points must be given to the dominant player'', it was judged to be superior.Yoshihiro Satogot only 9 points onFor, won by decision.ContinueArtur KyshenkoThe same judgment occurs in the final match with, and the judgment wins the extension R. He became the second K-2 WORLD MAX World Champion.Immediately after the victory, on the ring, "I've been here for 1 years and I thought it would be good to do one thing. Everyone may have various things, but if you continue without throwing in the middle, the result will be I think I can fulfill it. To be clear, I've come this far with 15% effort and 1% talent, but it's not "continuation is power", but this is what I've been doing all the time.Champion beltI think it led to. "
On April 2009, 4, he held a press conference and announced that he would retire at the end of 1. "New Year's EveDynamite !!I want to fight the winner of this year's tournament. "Andy sowerI have fought twice and haven't won yet, so I definitely want Sour to win the championship.Finally, it ’s my destiny that I beat sour. ”.
Participated as the "first match" after the announcement of retirement on April 2009, 4K-1 WORLD MAX 2009 FINAL 16So, Masato had been looking at me for a long time.HiroyaAnd held an exhibition match.
It was the last match at K-2009 WORLD MAX on July 7, 13.K-1 WORLD MAX 2009 FINAL 8, A mixed martial arts recommended by fan votingTatsuya KawajiriPlay against.Immediately after the match was decided, Kawajiri's batter trainer joined in and fought a fierce tongue-and-groove battle. He took a down on the right straight in the 1st round, and when he pushed into the 2nd round with a punch rush, a towel was thrown in from the Kawajiri camp and he won the TKO.
August 2009, 10,K-1 WORLD MAX 2009 FINALAtGiorgio PetrosyanWon the championship with overwhelming strength.Immediately after that, Masato announced his challenge to Petrosyan on the ring, "Is New Year's Eve free?" "New Year's Eve, I'll be waiting in Japan."..However, the next day, Petrosyan was in the semi-finals.Yuya YamamotoIt was discovered that he had already broken his right finger at the time of the war, so the official decision for the match was not reached..
World Champion, November 2009, 11Giorgio PetrosyanBecause the broken finger of his right hand is not completely healed, he is the runner-up and has lost 2 games in the past 2 races.Andy sowerRetirement match on New Year's Eve has been decided.
August 2009, 12,Saitama Super ArenaMade inDynamite !! ~ The Power of Courage 2009 ~でAndy sowerAnd K-1 special rules (3 minutes 5R extension 1R, sour wantsShoot boxingI played my own retirement match with (wearable long spats). He took down on the right hook of the counter in 4R, but regained sour, and although he was entangled until the final 5R, he won a 3-0 decision and retired from active duty.
He served as a guest commentary at "K-2014 WORLD GP JAPAN" which started on November 11, 3, and continues to appear even now.
Return to active duty
On December 2015, 12, we played an active return match at the Great East Japan Earthquake charity event "NIPPONFIGHT".His opponent was Yamamoto "KID" Tokui, who played at K-31 PREMIUM 2004 Dynamite !! on New Year's Eve 1, and the result was a winning decision.
Appeared on December 2016, 12 at "NIPPONFIGHT" for the first time in a year.FormerPRIDELight weightKingTakanori GomiAnd K-1 special rule (3 minutes 5R KO only. There is no decision, so draw at the end of 5R). It was done until the end of 5R, and it was a draw.
|64 match||(T) KO||Judgment||Other||draw||Invalid match|
|Victory||Opponent||Match result||Tournament name||Date held|
|△||Takanori Gomi||5R end draw||KYOKUGEN 2016||April 2016, 12|
|○||Yamamoto "KID" Tokufu||3R end judgment 3-0||KYOKUGEN 2015||April 2015, 12|
|○||Andy sower||5R end judgment 3-0||Dynamite !! ~ The Power of Courage 2009 ~||April 2009, 12|
|○||Tatsuya Kawajiri||2R 1:43 TKO (towel thrown in)||K-1 WORLD MAX 2009 World Championship Tournament FINAL8||April 2009, 7|
|○||Artur Kyshenko||Extension R end judgment 3-0||K-1 WORLD MAX 2008 World Championship Tournament FINAL|
|April 2008, 10|
|○||Yoshihiro Sato||Extension R end judgment 3-0||K-1 WORLD MAX 2008 World Championship Tournament FINAL|
|April 2008, 10|
|○||ド ラ ゴ||3R end judgment 3-0||K-1 WORLD MAX 2008 World Championship Tournament FINAL8|
|April 2008, 7|
|○||Virgil Kalakoda||3R 0:22 KO (right hook)||K-1 WORLD MAX 2008 World Championship Tournament FINAL16|
|April 2008, 4|
|○||Choi Yong Soo||3R 0:51 TKO (towel thrown in)||K-1 PREMIUM 2007 Dynamite !!||April 2007, 12|
|×||Andy sower||At the end of 2R TKO (towel thrown in)||K-1 WORLD MAX 2007 ~ World's No. XNUMX Tournament Final ~|
|April 2007, 10|
|○||Artur Kyshenko||2R 0:41 KO (left hook)||K-1 WORLD MAX 2007 ~ World's No. XNUMX Tournament Final ~|
|April 2007, 10|
|○||Buakao Po. Plumuk||3R end judgment 3-0||K-1 WORLD MAX 2007 ~ World's No. XNUMX Tournament Final ~|
|April 2007, 10|
|○||JZ Cavalc||3R end judgment 3-0||K-1 WORLD MAX 2007 ~ World's No. XNUMX Tournament Opening Round ~|
|April 2007, 6|
|○||Ole Laursen||3R end judgment 3-0||K-1 WORLD MAX 2007 ~ World Final Selection ~||April 2007, 4|
|○||Satoru Suzuki||2R 2:22 KO (right low kick)||K-1 PREMIUM 2006 Dynamite !!||April 2006, 12|
|×||Andy sower||3R end judgment 0-3||K-1 WORLD MAX 2006 ~ World's No. XNUMX Tournament Final ~|
|April 2006, 6|
|○||Taishin Kohiruimaki||3R end judgment 3-0||K-1 WORLD MAX 2006 ~ World's No. XNUMX Tournament Final ~|
|April 2006, 6|
|○||Remigius Morica Buttis||2R 1:56 TKO (towel thrown in)||K-1 WORLD MAX 2006 ~ World's No. XNUMX Tournament Opening Round ~|
|April 2006, 4|
|○||Ian Schaffa||3R end judgment 3-0||K-1 WORLD MAX 2006 ~ Japan National Team Tournament ~|
|April 2006, 2|
|○||Akira Daito||2R 1:58 TKO (3 knockdown: right low kick)||K-1 PREMIUM 2005 Dynamite !!||April 2005, 12|
|○||Mike Zambidis||3R end judgment 3-0||K-1 WORLD MAX 2005 ~ World's No. XNUMX Tournament Final ~|
|April 2005, 7|
|○||Lim Chi Bin||3R end judgment 3-0||K-1 WORLD MAX 2005 ~ World's No. XNUMX Tournament Opening Round ~|
|April 2005, 5|
|○||Yamamoto "KID" Tokufu||3R end judgment 2-0||K-1 PREMIUM 2004 Dynamite !!||April 2004, 12|
|×||Buakao Po. Plumuk||Extension R end judgment 0-3||K-1 WORLD MAX 2004 ~ The World's Best Tournament ~|
|April 2004, 7|
|○||Albert Kraus||3R end judgment 3-0||K-1 WORLD MAX 2004 ~ The World's Best Tournament ~|
|April 2004, 7|
|○||Jadamba Narantungalag||3R end judgment 2-0||K-1 WORLD MAX 2004 ~ The World's Best Tournament ~|
|April 2004, 7|
|○||Serkan Yılmaz||3R end judgment 3-0||K-1 WORLD MAX 2004 ~ World's No. XNUMX Tournament Opening Round ~|
|April 2004, 4|
|○||Vince Phillips||2R 0:15 KO (right low kick)||K-1 WORLD MAX 2003 ~ World Champion Battle ~||April 2003, 11|
|○||Albert Kraus||2R 2:26 KO (left hook)||K-1 WORLD MAX 2003 ~ The World's Best Tournament ~|
|April 2003, 7|
|○||2R 2:55 KO (2 knockouts: right upper)||K-1 WORLD MAX 2003 ~ The World's Best Tournament ~|
|April 2003, 7|
|○||Mike Zambidis||3R end judgment 2-1||K-1 WORLD MAX 2003 ~ The World's Best Tournament ~|
|April 2003, 7|
|○||Kozo Takeda||3R end judgment 3-0||K-1 WORLD MAX 2003 ~ Japan National Team Tournament ~|
|April 2003, 3|
|○||Takehiro Murahama||3R end judgment 3-0||K-1 WORLD MAX 2003 ~ Japan National Team Tournament ~|
|April 2003, 3|
|○||Genki Sudo||3R end judgment 3-0||K-1 WORLD MAX 2003 ~ Japan National Team Tournament ~|
|April 2003, 3|
|△||Albert Kraus||5R end judgment 1-1||K-1 WORLD MAX 2002 ~ World Champion Battle ~||April 2002, 10|
|○||2R 2:59 TKO (Referee Stop: Right Low Kick)||Wolf Revolution ~ resurrection ~||April 2002, 8|
|×||Albert Kraus||3R end judgment 0-3||K-1 WORLD MAX 2002 ~ World's No. XNUMX Final Battle ~|
|April 2002, 5|
|○||Duane Ludwig||3R end judgment 3-0||K-1 WORLD MAX 2002 ~ World's No. XNUMX Final Battle ~|
|April 2002, 5|
|○||Taishin Kohiruimaki||3R end judgment 3-0||K-1 WORLD MAX ~ Japan National Team Tournament ~|
|April 2002, 2|
|○||Ryuji Goto||3R 2:52 KO (2 knockdown: left hook)||K-1 WORLD MAX ~ Japan National Team Tournament ~|
|April 2002, 2|
|○||Takehiro Murahama||3R 0:30 KO (2 knockdown: right straight)||K-1 WORLD MAX ~ Japan National Team Tournament ~|
|April 2002, 2|
|○||3R 1:30 TKO (Referee stop: Hook repeated hits)||K-1 WORLD GP 2001 Final|
[K-1 WORLD MAX Super Fight]
|April 2001, 12|
|○||4R 1:10 KO||Black List 010 meets Wolf Revolution||April 2001, 8|
|○||2R 2:06 KO (low kick)||Wolf Revolution ~ Third Wave ~||April 2001, 6|
|○||5R end judgment 3-0||K-1 BURNING 2001 ~ First landing in Kumamoto, the land of fire ~||April 2001, 4|
|○||3R 1:26 TKO (towel thrown in)||Wolf Revolution ~ Second Wave ~||April 2001, 1|
|×||Surya So Ploenchit||5R end judgment||Thai King's Birthday Memorial Tournament|
[Super welterweight championship]
|April 2000, 12|
|○||Morad Sari||2R 0:48 KO (left hook)||K-1 J ・ MAX|
[ISKA Oriental World Welter Weight Title Match]
|April 2000, 11|
|○||1R 1:15 KO (left hook)||Wolf Revolution ~ First Wave ~||April 2000, 7|
|○||4R 2:59 KO (3 knockdown: low kick)||Colosseum 2000||April 2000, 5|
|○||2R 0:59 TKO (Referee Stop: Left Upper)||Sam Loan Stadium||April 2000, 4|
|○||5R end judgment 3-0||All Japan Kickboxing Federation "WAVE-XIII"||April 1999, 11|
|○||5R end judgment 2-0||All Japan Kickboxing Federation "WAVE-XII"||April 1999, 10|
|○||2R 2:15 TKO (Doctor Stop)||All Japan Kickboxing Federation "WAVE-V"||April 1999, 8|
|○||5R end judgment 3-0||All Japan Kickboxing Federation "WAVE-IV"||April 1999, 7|
|○||5R end judgment 3-0||All Japan Kickboxing Federation "WAVE-III"||April 1999, 5|
|○||3R 0:34 KO||All Japan Kickboxing Federation "WAVE-II"||April 1999, 3|
|△||Hiroyuki Doi||5R end judgment 1-1||All Japan Kickboxing Federation "WAVE-I"||April 1999, 1|
|○||1R 2:32 KO (left hook)||Shoot Boxing "GROUND ZERO TOKYO"||April 1998, 11|
|○||5R end judgment 3-0||All Japan Kickboxing Federation||April 1998, 10|
|○||4R end judgment 3-0||All Japan Kickboxing & MA Japan Kickboxing "KICK CHAMPION'S NIGHT"||April 1998, 9|
|○||3R end judgment 3-0||All Japan Kickboxing Federation||April 1998, 7|
|○||3R end judgment 3-0||All Japan Kickboxing Federation||April 1998, 3|
|×||Taishin Kohiruimaki||3R 2:52 KO (knee kick)||All Japan Kickboxing Federation "KICK OVER-VI"||April 1997, 5|
|○||1R KO||All Japan Kickboxing Federation "KICK OVER-IV"||April 1997, 3|
- 19nd generationAll Japan Kickboxing FederationWelterweightThrone (0 degree defense)
- ISKAOriental World Welterweight Championship (0 degree defense)
- K-1 WORLD MAX 2002 Japan National Team Tournament Winner
- K-1 WORLD MAX 2003 Japan National Team Tournament Winner
- K-1 WORLD MAX 2003 World Championship Tournament Winner
- K-1 WORLD MAX 2004 World No. XNUMX Tournament Runner-up
- K-1 WORLD MAX 2007 World No. XNUMX Tournament Runner-up
- K-1 WORLD MAX 2008 World Championship Tournament Winner
Awards other than martial arts
- Aqua Peace Golden Heart Award (2003) * Sponsored by Aqua Peace Network
- K-1 WORLD GP series(2007-2010, Fuji TV) Guest commentary
- K-1 WORLD GP JAPAN (2014-, Abema TV, GAORA SPORTS) --Same as above
- S ☆ 1(April 2010, 4 --March 3, 2012, TBS system) --Main caster and S ☆ 3 family (commentator) member No.25
- Great remodeling!! dramatic before after(October 2017, 10 --) --Dismantling contractor, plumber, and rebar workerBeachDisciple of
- Beauty BODY Salon (May 2020 --March 5, BS Fuji) --MC
- Haru-chan 6(2002,Tokai TV) --Maki Shusaku
- Drama special project "I want to live-family life relay / living-donor liver transplantation-" (January 2005, 1,Asahi BroadcastingProduction/TV AsahiSeries) --Keita Okubo
- Kagero no Tsuji ~Sleeping Doze Edo Futoshi~ 3rd series (2009,NHK) --Saika Ikki: Yardmaster Tatsumi
- Monday golden"Midorikawa Inspector Series(2009-,Every day broadcastingProduction/TBSSeries) --Kokushi Tsuboi
- JNN 50th Anniversary Historical Taiga Spectacle The mystery of 1200 years at Karainji Temple Men and women who ran through Tenpei(July 2009, 11, TBS series)- Road mirrorRole
- Left eye detective EYE(December 2010, 2,Nippon TVSeries) --Episode 3 as Kengo Arai
- IRIS(April 2010, 4-TBS series) Big role (TOP) Dubbing
- Black leopard new chapter like a dragon(April-June 2010,Every day broadcasting・ TBS series) --Ryoma Hoshino
- Wednesday Mystery 9"Secret meeting inn8 ”(December 2011, 12,Television Tokyo Channel 12, Ltd.Series) --Akihiko Mikami
- Black Leopard 2 Like a Dragon Ashura(April 2012-June, MBS TV series)-Ryoma Hoshino
- Platinum age(May 2015, 5-, Tokai Television)-Kenji Osato
- Fighting proxy war 4th season(AbemaTV, August 2019, 4)
- DEAD OR ALIVE 2 fugitive(2000,Daiei-Toei videoProduction) --HOO role
- Heroic story(2003,Art port) --Ryuhei Yajima (starring)
- IZO(2004, IZO Partners) --The role of Ronin
- Original title: Ultimate Ninja (2004, Art Port)
- Army chicken -Shamo-(2008, Art Port)-Naoto Sugawara
- Minamoto with a smile(2015,Nippon Broadcasting System, Inc.) --MC with Yazawa and his wife.
- Junko Koshino MASACA(September 2021, 9, October 26, 10 ・TBS Radio) - The guests
- Kentucky Fried Chicken Special set
- MEN'S TBC A man is a beauty treatment salon, and that person is also edited (2004)
- FIELDS Pachislot "Onimusha 3'
- DUB jewelry
- CyberAgent FX (currently:YJ FXCo., Ltd.) (2008)
- Novartis Pharma Voltaren AC (2009-)
- MASATO-Silver Wolf Photobook Hidemi Ogataphotograph(ASCII August 2002, 1)ISBN 978-4-75614-015-9
- Marugoto Masato-2000-2003 (Nippon sports mook) (Japanese sports publisher August 2003, 2)ISBN 978-4-93094-367-5
- Mahoto Once in Life (written by Koji Nakajima,Enterbrain August 2005, 2)ISBN 978-4-75772-224-8
- Masato 1997-2009 Permanent Preservation Edition-GONG KAKUTOGI Books East Press August 2009, 12)ISBN 978-4-78160-320-9
- Youth (Gentosha August 2010, 3)ISBN 978-4-34401-790-0
- Infertility treatment walked by a couple 4 years without giving up (written by Shin Yazawa and Masato) Nikkei BP August 2018, 2)ISBN 978-4-82225-774-3
- ^ Masato & Shin Yazawa have a wedding reception "I still want to see other people" Sports Navi October 2008, 4
- ^ "Shin Yazawa gives birth to her first child, Masato becomes a dad!". ORICON NEWS (oricon ME). (November 2012, 6) April 2018, 9Browse.
- ^ "[Talent Shin Yazawa] Infertility Treatment (XNUMX) Daughter I was given to meet". yomiDr. / Yomidokta (Yomiuri Shimbun). (November 2013, 10) April 2018, 9Browse.
- ^ "Shin Yazawa announces the birth of her second child on her blog" My daughter and I are both healthy and healthy "". SANSPO.COM (Sankei Digital). (June 2014, 10) April 2018, 9Browse.
- ^ "Masato and Shin Yazawa have a third son," The first boy, I'm looking forward to the future. "". Sports report (Hochi Shimbun). (June 2019, 1) April 2019, 1Browse.
- ^ Author Masato "Youth" 2010, page 6.
- ^ [Ullevo] 12.15 Roppongi: Tsukasa Omiya wins the exciting KO.Masato is Uno and Exi BoutReview January 2003, 12
- ^ [K-1 MAX] Masato x Buakaw's Miss Judge is disposed of by Kakuda P BoutReview January 2004, 7
- ^ Mr. Nobuaki Tsunoda explains the judge of Masato vs. Yoshihiro Sato kamipro.com October 2008, 10
- ^ Masato completes the marathon "I have something I want to do this year" K-1 Official Website October 2009, 3
- ^ [K-1MAX] Masato, full press conference to announce retirement (1) Last match is 3 minutes 5R on New Year's Eve! Martial Arts Web Magazine GBR December 2009, 4
- ^ [K-1MAX] Sato and Nagashima are eliminated!Japanese struggle in world tournaments without Masato Martial Arts Web Magazine GBR December 2009, 4
- ^ [K-1MAX] Masato, the last opponent is finally decided!Petrosyan's first appearance becomes world champion Martial Arts Web Magazine GBR December 2009, 10
- ^ [K-1MAX] Dark clouds in Masato's retirement game, suspected fracture in Petrosyan Martial Arts Web Magazine GBR December 2009, 10
- ^ Tsukasa Omiya, the partner of the retirement exhibition is Masato, an ally BoutReview January 2009, 11
- ^ [Dynamite !!] 12/31 Masato, battle card decision conference (1) "KO Sour and declare that'my era is over'" Martial Arts Web Magazine GBR December 2009, 11
- ^ Sports Navi Martial Arts ｜ News ｜ Masato EP inaugurated, saying "I'm the only one" to revive K-1
- ^ "Difference in thinking" K-1 Masato EP resigns
- ^ Aqua Peace Golden Heart Award NPO corporation / Aqua Peace Network 2016 New Year's Day view
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