HOMETOWN: The Land of the Rising Sun, Japan
HEIGHT: 5’7″
WEIGHT: 183 lbs
Retired after UST 2 after losing sight in his right eye after an eye gouging from Konga Ruopa.


STYLE: Karate/Judo

HOME FIELD: Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan

Undefeated WMA World’s Top Martial Artist

4 times Olympic Judo Gold medalist (Middleweight & Open) at 18 and 22
6 times World Judo Champion (Middleweight & Open) at 19, 20, and 21
5 times All-Japan Judo Champion (Open) at 18, 19, 20, 21, and 22
Judo winning streak: 405 consecutive wins over a period of 1,586 days.

Arguably the greatest judoka of all time, Kamisama of Japan not only won gold medals, he destroyed everyone in his path, tossing around world champions like they were high schoolers. He is universally considered the best judoka of any weight class to ever compete.

Completed the 100-man kumite (Kyokushin Karate)

Choked out Konga Ruopa twice in MMA/WMA matches. Once when Ruopa held the MMA title (in the match, however, only Kamisama’s WMA title was at stake).

6th dan black belt in Judo
4th dan black belt in Kyokushin Karate
Brown belt in Brazilian Jiu jitsu

– Began his training in Judo and Karate at a very early age as a game with his father
– His Judo career from April 29 (18) to September 10 (22)
– His Master said he was already at peak level at the age of 16.
– He find it easier to fight against heavier and stronger opponenents since he can use their weight and strength against themselve.

– He is by far considered as the greatest judoka of all time.

– Began his training at a very early age as a game with his father
– Earned his black belt at the age of 13.
– 4th dan black belt in Kyokushin karate
– Has a background in Seido Karate (Full Contact/Knockdown Karate)
– He was awarded a brown belt in Brazilian jiu jitsu after some training.

Retired from Judo after the Olympics at 22 years old and founded the WMA World Martial Arts. WMA matches are won by pin, KO or submission. Matches takes place on a hard floor, no cage, no rules, no time-limit, open weight class, with only the WMA title at stake.

The goal of the WMA was to test his skills by facing champions and medalists from all dominant disciplines of combat from various parts of the world, such as boxers, judokas, karatekas, kickboxers, kung fu practitioners, sumo wrestlers, pro wrestlers, Olympic wrestlers, shoot wrestlers, sambo practionners, strongmen, and ex-football players.

After winning his first match, Kamisama awarded himself the World’s Top Martial Artist title. Courageously defended his title by fighting top notch opposition ever since.

Each of Kamisama’s WMA matches are huge success generating several millions of dollar.

Despite their rich tradition in Combat Sports, Japan suffered from decades of blank Japanese fighters unable to conquer the international scene. The long-awaited “The Great Japanese Hope” finally arrived. Since his Olympic days, Kamisama reached the status of national hero, world famous mythical fighter, and living legend. He is the most revered and popular personnality in Japan. Kamisama – whose name means god in english – can rightfully claim the title of “the best fighter in the world”.

However, he lost his title when he was defeated by WGF. Before his loss, he was seen as unbeatable. Nonetheless, in the heart of most Japanese people, he still is “the best fighter in the world”.

Rolling armbar
Devastating ax kick which is used to successfully knock down many opponents
Leg-level spinning hook kick that could successfully throw opponents off balance
He is explosive and aggressive.

He observes the “Warrior Code” which mean no groin kicking, eye poking, biting, fish hooking, and hair pulling.

– 9 to 12 hours a day every day with no rest days
– 1,000 push-ups (doing 300 uninterrupted pushups)
– Hitting the makiwara (striking post) a thousand times a day
– Running in the woods
– Pushing and lifting heavy stones to increase his strength
– Climbing trees. He could climb up a pole or tree head first, then come down the pole or tree, head first.
– Bunny hop 1 km
– 40 continuous minutes rope skipping
– 500 karate chops
– Standing on his head for five minutes and bridging to strengthen his neck muscles
– Hanging to resist choke. He is unchokable.

– Meditation under cold buffering waterfalls
– Lives and trains as a recluse in the mountains

ENTRANCE MUSIC: “Symphony No. 9 (Ode to Joy)” by Ludwig van Beethoven



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