LFA signs UFC veteran, Japanese star Michinori Tanaka

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Tradition Battling Alliance signs UFC veteran and Japanese star Michinori Tanaka according to their official Twitter account.

Tradition Battling Alliance (LFA) hasn’t been sitting idle as the Mixed Martial Arts hiatus continues. The promo revealed they ‘d signed Michinori Tanaka on Saturday.Tanaka, A Japanese Mixed Martial Arts standout star has actually appeared in promos like the UFC, Pancrase and Shooto, to name a few.

His UFC profession began when he made his advertising debut in 2014 where he protected a consentaneous decision win over Roland Delorme. He would go on to appear under the UFC banner another 4 times, protecting 2 overall wins prior to losing to Ricardo Ramos in 2017 and ending his run with the promo.

Following that stint, Tanaka appeared in GRANDSLAM 6 a Japanese promo. He won that bout by means of a 3rd-round sleeper choke. He was arranged numerous times after that however just made it back to the cage once again in March 2019 where he protected a consentaneous decision win over Vladimir Leontyev at Pancrase 303.

Currently, there are no LFA occasions arranged and no future opponent or debut date revealed for Tanaka He will be battling in the bantamweight division of which the promo currently has a job for its champ.

All 4 of LFA’s bantamweight titleholders: Leandro Higo, Ricky Simon, Miles Johns, and Casey Kenney are all signed to either Bellator or the UFC.

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