I'm not incredibly familiar about him as a fighter, I have seen a handful of his fights including the (ancient) defeat to Masakatsu Ueda. My concern is tied with the fact despite appearing to be a relatively dynamic striker I don't always see much deviation in his striking. Lyoto Machida mixes up his striking very well with an array of front and side kicks, I'm curious as to whether Masakatsu will do the same this fight. Louis Gaudinot I do not believe is the man to defeat Kyoji, but I think it should be a relatively competitive affair if only for the first round. I'm just curious as to whether anyone else noticed the fact he tends to rush in and try to bang more frequently then not, and if you think he really is as good of a prospect as people make him out to be.