The complete video footage of Hatsu Hioki vs. Marlon Sandro from Sengoku: Soul of Fight.
Hatsu Hioki submitted Jeff Lawson in the first round of their featherweight bout at Sengoku Raiden Championships 14, setting up a long-awaited encounter with 145-pound champion Marlon Sandro. In other action, unknown Mongolian Jadamba Natantungalag dominated Akihiro Gono en route to a unanimous decision win.
The Bantamweight division hasn't been seeing too much significant action in a few months. This will change when #1 Dominick Cruz defends his WEC belt against #3 Joseph Benavidez on August 18.
After battling his way through Shooto: Brazil, Pancrase, and now Sengoku with almost unblemished success, Marlon Sandro can now say he is a world champion. Thirty-eight seconds is all it took the Nova Uniao-product to knock out the Sengoku featherweight champion Masanori Kanehara