K-1 Hawaii lineup

K-1 USA GP 2007 TOURNAMENT / K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext.1R
Mighty Mo
U.S.A. / Shark Tank Gym VS Kyoung Suk Kim
Republic of Korea / Team Lazenca

K-1 USA GP 2007 TOURNAMENT / K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext.1R
Jan "The Giant" Nortje
South Africa / Steve's Gym VS Patrick Barry
U.S.A. / Duke Roufus Kickoxing

K-1 USA GP 2007 TOURNAMENT / K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext.1R
Gary Goodridge
Trinidad and Tobago / Freelance VS Scott Junk
U.S.A. / B.J.Penn MMA

K-1 USA GP 2007 TOURNAMENT / K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext.1R
Alexandre Pitchkounov
Russia / Kyokushin Kaikan VS Tatsufumi Tomihira
Japan / SQUARE

K-1 Heavyweight Title Match : 3Min. 3R Ext.2R
Badr Hari
Morocco / Show Time VS Yusuke Fujimoto
Japan / Monster Factory

Super Fight : 3Min. 3R Ext.2R
Remy Bonjasky
Holland / Team Bonjasky VS Glaube Feitosa
Brazil / Kyokushin Kaikan

Super Fight : 3Min. 3R Ext.2R
Junichi Sawayashiki
Japan / Team Doragon VS Randy Kim
Republic of Korea / Freelance

Reserve Fight : 3Min. 3R Ext.2R
Jerrel Venetiaan
Holland / Vos Gym VS Peter Graham
Australia / Tigers Den Australia

April 28 in Hawaii

Damn, they're really trying hard to set Mighty Mo up as the Korean Killer. Probably want to build him up big as a villain for the Korean market after KO-ing Hong Man.

And very interesting that they're finally entering Alexandre Pitchkounov in a regional GP.

I was wondering if they were ever gonna do anything with him or were just bringing him along extremely slowly to groom him for bigger things.

I was really impressed with him in that great Kyokushin World Championships a few years back where he finished a surprising 3rd behind only Filho and Kazumi. (That was really a talent-loaded tournament - Feitosa and Pettas placed as well.)

Mighty Mo should definitely take this. Dark horses are Goodridge and Pitchkounov.

A bit disappointed that the 1st 220-lb. champion will be either Hari or Fujimoto (probably Hari), but I guess they earned it by beating Karaev and Musashi, respectively.

And very intriguing Superfight between Bonjasky and Feitosa.

Actually not a bad card for a K-1 USA (but I guess that's not really saying much, though).

I would love to see this card live!

Mighty Mo to complete his Korean KO trifecta!

More proof K-1 sucks bad.

Take that shit home where it belongs.