Pro Record: 5-4-0 (Win-Loss-Draw)
Team: Rodeo Style
Age: 43
Sex: Male
Height: 5 Feet. 5 Inch(es).
Weight: 163 lbs.
Born: Kyoto,

Ken Yasuda's Professional Record

Date Result Opponent Event Method Round Time
NSF 06/29/2014 Win Junichi Hirata ZST - ZST in Yokosuka 1 TKO/RSC Referee Stoppage from Strikes 1 3:36
NSF 07/14/2013 Win Seong Won Cho ZST 36 Submission Rear Naked Choke 2 4:48
NSF 07/16/2012 Loss Yutaka Shimamura ZST - Battle Hazard 6 Submission Rear Naked Choke 1 3:18
NSF 05/29/2010 Loss Ryan Dunstan Rize 5: Revolution TKO/RSC Referee Stoppage 1 2:13
NSF 12/05/2009 Loss Daniel Hooker Rize 3 - Ascension TKO/RSC Injury 1 3:12
NSF 05/23/2009 Win Doug Higgins Rize 1 Submission Rear Naked Choke 1 3:35
NSF 06/01/2007 Win Hideaki Kato Tribelate - vol.13 TKO/RSC 1 1:08
NSF 02/23/2003 Loss J-Taro Takita Greatest Common Multiple: Demolition 5 Submission Triangle Choke 1 3:40
NSF 06/16/2002 Win Wataru Miki Greatest Common Multiple: ORG 3rd -Costume Competition Decision 2
: Bout results verified by an official State, Tribal, Provincial, or Municipal Commission.
NSF: Non Sanctioned Fight
* : For a variety of reasons, including weight disparity and the demands of entertainment, Exhibition Bouts are held, in which the contest is unscripted and hard fought, but the results do not count on a fighter's Official Record.
NC: Fight Declared No Contest


Fighter Bio

Career

Ken Yasuda (also known as Japan's Arnold Schwarzenegger) (born May 2, 1971 in Kyoto, Japan) is an Japanese professional bodybuilder. He currently is a mixed martial arts coach for the Tokyo Sabres of the International Fight League.

Yasuda was born in the Japanese city of Kyoto to a family that boasts 46 generations of samurai warriors. As a child Yasuda dreamed of becoming a pro baseball player, and was drafted as a pitcher by a major league team after high school. Yasuda chose instead to play baseball at the University of Southern California, where he developed a love of weightlifting and physical conditioning from fellow USC alum Mark McGwire. An injury to his pitching arm eventually forced Yasuda to abandon his dreams of pitching in the major leagues. Yasuda then picked up the pieces and became one of the world's top bodybuilders.