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Satoru Kitaoka (born 4 February 1980) is a Japanese MMA fighter. He has fought mostly as a welterweight for Pancrase, but moved down to lightweight in 2008 when he joined MMA promoter World Victory Road.
Kitaoka is best known for his submission grappling abilities and is the reigning BJJ and No-Gi Open Champion in both the 79.7-kilogram (176 lb) and Absolute divisions. He won the 2008 Sengoku Lightweight Grand Prix and became the inaugural Sengoku Lightweight Champion in his title fight with Takanori Gomi.
Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou Nkamhoua (born April 18, 1984), usually billed simply as Sokoudjou, is a Cameroonian MMA fighter and judo practitioner. He has appeared in the UFC, Affliction, Strikeforce and DREAM. Sokoudjou began to practice judo at the age of 5.
Sokoudjou was the 2001 US Open judo champion as a member of Judo America San Diego. He currently trains with Team Quest where he is acting as a kickboxing and MMA instructor. In his PRIDE debut at PRIDE 33, Sokoudjou defeated Antonio Rogerio Nogueira via KO in 23 seconds, which is remarkable considering he was a 16 to 1 underdog.
Matthew John Serra (born June 2, 1974) is an American professional MMA fighter and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt.
Serra fought George St. Pierre on April 7, 2007 at UFC 69, and won the UFC Welterweight title via TKO at 3:25 of the first round. He is an ADCC Submission Wrestling World Championship silver medalist. Serra began practicing martial arts during his youth, first studying kung fu. In the 1990s, he began studying Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu under Renzo Gracie and in May 2000 was awarded his black belt, the first American to do so under Gracie.