Japanese legend Ikuhosa Minowa (known to his fans as "Minowaman") is still competing in MMA, and he picked up a win this past weekend in Tokyo. Minowaman (59-35-8) was in, what is truthfully speaking, a blatant squash match against Sweden's Göran Jettingstadt, who came into this bout with no professional or amateur fights on his record.
Unsurprisingly, Minowaman won with ease in just 2 1/2 minutes. Towards the end of the video you'll see Minowaman working on Jettingstadt's leg and bending it in a way that it's not supposed to bend. The clip cuts off seconds after Jettingstadt taps and his leg is nearly torn off, but you can catch a glimpse of him on the ground in immense pain in what was an extremely painful MMA debut for him.
This win is Minowaman's 2nd straight against an opponent with no pro fights, and his 5th victory in his last 6 fights following a TKO loss to Alexander Shlemenko in India's Super Fight League.
Many thanks to Fredrik Andersson for passing this little tidbit along to us.