New Sengoku champion Marlon Sandro

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Marlon captures his belt. Photo: Personal Archive

It took Marlon Sandro just 38 seconds to overcome Masanori Kanehara and snatch his Sengoku featherweight belt this Sunday, in Japan.

The fight only lost in duration to the Jiu-Jitsu black belt’s previous match, against Tomonari Kanomata, which ended in 9 seconds. Marlon won by knockout and now holds his second title of a Japanese event, as he is also the current champion of Pancrase.

In other much-awaited bouts, Yasubey Enomoto knocked out Sanae Kikuta. Rodrigo Damm was stopped by Maximo Blanco.

Check out the results:

Sengoku 13
Tokyo, Japan
Sunday, June 20, 2010

Marlon Sandro defeated Masanori Kanehara via KO 38 seconds into R1

Hiroshi Izumi defeated Chang Seob Lee via TKO at 4:37s of R1

Yasubey Enomoto defeated Sanae Kikuta via TKO at 3:37 min of R1

Maximo Blanco defeated Rodrigo Damm via TKO at 47 seconds of R2

Keita Nakamura defeated Omar de la Cruz via TKO at 3:53 min of R2

Takuya Wada defeated Jae Sun Lee via split decision

Shigeki Osawa defeated Katsuya Toida via desqualification

Doo Ho Choi defeated Ikuo Usuda via split decision

Ryo Kawamura defeated Hidetada Irie via TKO in R2

Kazuki Tokudome defeated Yuma Ishizuka via TKO at 3:22 min of R1

Ye Won Nam submitted Ikkei Nagamura via rear-naked choke at 3:03 min of R1

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