Masanori Kanehara Returns To Sengoku Action At SRC 15

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Former Sengoku featherweight champ Masanori Kanehara will return at SRC 15 on Oct. 30 against South Korea's Doo Ho Choi, the promotion announced today.

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- Via Bloody Elbow

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Kanehara won the Sengoku Featherweight Grand Prix despite losing in the semi-finals. When Hatsu Hioki was unable to continue after defeating Kanehara by decision it was Masanori who came back for the finals and won a narrow split decision victory. Two fights later he was brutalized by Marlon Sandro and lost the title.

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Choi has only been a professional for a limited time but has racked up a 6-1 record.

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