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List of Mixed Martial Arts Champions

Hi, I've been doing a lot of work (the vast majority of work) updating the list of mixed martial arts champions page and I noticed that you re-added Risingon Promotions champions. I would like to keep track on Risingon and their champions, but as they have only had 3 events I feel that they are far too new to be considered in the list, as it is unclear as to the lasting appeal and promotional strength of the organization, also there is no easy way for me to stay updated on their champions as they are not reported on in the American/English press, making their references on an English language page somewhat useless. Until the promotion has a longer history and more international I remain unsure about leaving those titles on the page. Japanese Organizations already have several, much larger, and more notable organizations and the article may suffer if every organization that offers a belt is listed. I would not be against retaining it in the talk page, but I will leave that up to you. Thaddeus Venture (talk)

List of KOTC Champions[edit]

i see you started a page for the list of KOTC champions, good stuff, we been needing one of those for a while to keep up with the promotion's title holders. i'll be helping out and putting in work on that page whenever needed Delinquent1904 (talk) 05:32, 15 October 2010 (UTC)

Boxing statsbox[edit]

Um, why did you go in and erase my templates on the boxers? Adding additional information is great, but please follow the standards. We're trying to get some uniformity on the succession boxes. —Chowbok 21:41, May 24, 2005 (UTC)

Sorry,Chowbok. I was not sure what the templates were.I will recover the last eddition of Vitali Klitschko.I just wanted to make articles of boxers more particular.Yappakoredesho 08:32, May 25, 2005 (UTC)

Redundant categories[edit]

Yappakoredesho, I think your articles on kickboxers are just great, keep up the good work. However one of the approaches we use on Wikipedia is to keep the number of overlapping categories to a minimum by using subcategories that have lots of parent categories. For example, Category:Japanese people is a parent category of Category:Japanese sportspeople. Also, the Category:Men is for articles about men in general, not specific men. Regards, --Hooperbloob 05:55, 15 July 2005 (UTC)

All right. I got it. --Yappakoredesho 25 August 2005 (UTC)

MMA project[edit]

Some issues. Wouldn't "Mixed martial arts" be a better project than "Mixed martial artists"? That way you can have the promotion articles and others under the project too, not just articles on people. I suggest you just move the project page. Also the "Martial arts" project probably has some relation, maybe a parent in addition to sports? Also quite a few typos in the project page.
Lakes 12:28, 25 August 2005 (UTC)

I reverted your changes to the template. Please discuss changes to it in its talk page.
Now a few points.
  • If you add items to a template you first have to go through every page that uses it, and fix them beforehand, otherwise all the pages will be broken.
  • Also making the template items more complicated serves no purpose, since those won't be visible on the pages that use them anyway, and only make writing pages that use the template more complicated.
  • I also don't see any reason in changing "Mixed martial arts record" to "Record", since the people can have other records too. For example in amateur wrestling, boxing, kickboxing, and so on.
I don't have a problem with having more items in the statsbox, but please discuss them beforehand.
Lakes 15:12, 17 September 2005 (UTC)

Thank you for your good advide. I repplied in talk page of MMA statsbox.

Yappakoredesho 17 September 2005 (UTC)

Image:Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira.JPG[edit]

This image looks like a promotional image to me. How do you know it is released under the GFDL? Can you please post some more descriptive information about its license status on the talk page? Thanks! --Ryan Delaney talk 12:17, 4 September 2005 (UTC)

Image:Muhhamed Ali vs Antonio Inoki.jpg[edit]

Hi, would you please add your source for this photo and also explain why it is licensed under GFDL? It is very unusual that photos from the 1970s are licensed under GFDL. Thuresson 07:45, 6 September 2005 (UTC)

Boxing statsbox[edit]

When you duplicated the MMA statsbox you missed the subparts. You also need to duplicate Template:MMAstatsbox/image for example.

Also don't take this the wrong way, but I don't think your level of English is enough for contributing to the English Wikipedia. There are many grammar and spelling errors in the Hozumi Hasegawa.
Lakes 19:25, 7 October 2005 (UTC)

Thank you for your kindness,Lakes. By the way, I really want to know which errors you are talking about. Can you represent wrong parts in articles which I have written? --Yappakoredesho 20:45, 7 October 2005 (UTC)

Sure thing. "is a Japanese boxer who is a current WBC world bantamweight champion now." should be "is Japanese boxer who is the current WBC world bantamweight champion." When talking about current champions there usually is only one, so "the" is used instead of "a". "Current" also implies "now".
"He debut as a professional boxer" should be "debuted".
"He beat Veeraphol Sahaprom and stopped his 15th defence of his title in April 16,2005." I don't understand this sentence. Who is "his" referring to, Sahaprom or Hasegawa?
I would use defeated instead of beat, although beat is not incorrect, defeated just fits better.
"Stopped his 15th defence" What do you mean here? To stop a defence says to me that the match was somehow ended prematurely.
In a sentence you should have a space after a comma (,).
In the boxing statbox you use "Alias". Nickname is the correct term. Alias is used when the name is used to hide the real identity of the person, nickname is an additional name. You're also missing an "o" from "No contests". You also have missing letters in your talk page, "It is ony to copy and pase it." in the top.
As a side note, you should probably make the "died" item in the statsbox optional like the image one.
Lakes 22:35, 7 October 2005 (UTC)

David L. Abbott[edit]

To do a move, we should use the article's discussion page again at [1] Shawnc 09:11, 18 October 2005 (UTC)

MMA template[edit]

Yeah, sorry about that. Just completely forgot.
Lakes 17:17, 21 October 2005 (UTC)

On second thought, why am I apologizing? There was no previous guide that was out of date. You're being rude, although I can't tell if it is because of the language barrier.
You should add Template_talk:MMAstatsbox to your watchlist if you want to keep up with changes.
Lakes 17:27, 21 October 2005 (UTC)
You seem to misunderstand something.
First of all, I did adding MMA statsbox to my watchlist for long time ago.
Secondly, I'm not talking about MMA statsbox, I am talking about the record table. And I couldn't find any dicussion about it and its template. That is the reason why I said it is unkind to participants in the future (not only to me).
Have you had a clear apprehension of my message? By the way, you don't have to be worried about language barrier between you and me unless you use slang because I have spent 4 years at a British school in Kent, the UK. Yappakoredesho 14:38, 23 October 2005 (UTC)
Well I was under the impression you were talking about the record section of the MMAstatsbox since I had recently modified it. Were you talking about my edit for Randy Couture's match listing? I was only cleaning up the list that was there, the format is certainly not very good and should not be any kind of standard. I hadn't noticed the the record section in the project page. However I don't think that box is complete either.
Lakes 14:57, 23 October 2005 (UTC)

Question[edit]

Why do you have such a passion in bashing on kumdo when you are not a student of any type of sword martial arts?...

I don't know why at all. Somehow they claim that my view biased even after all I eddited the article based on historical archive.
when you are not a student of any type of sword martial arts?...

I have learned kendo for 2 years. If you want to see my eddition, see history of kumdo article.

Could you sign when you write a message please. Copy and paste this "--~~~~" in the end of your message.

Anyway, I will add some information of kumdo in the article later. If you want to see the relationship between kendo and kumdo, I suggest you visit a following homepage.

--Yappakoredesho 17:39, 1 December 2005 (UTC)


If you did learn Kendo for two years, doesn't it teach to humble to others? It seems like you hate all Kumdo students when some of them, such as me, does not claim we have the history claimed in your 'websites'. (Sorry but I don't really trust geocities) I just want to study Kumdo because of my background, I'm full blood korean, my masters do not think Kumdo is better than Kendo. (I'm sorry I didn't sing in for that part) --Eugenius 05:16, 3 December 2005 (UTC)

OK, what I said in talk page of kumdo artcle was that I can not understand why some kumdo organizations insist Japanese kendo came from korean kumdo in North America, and why kumdo organizations have to make up a fake history about their origin.

If you are going to leran kumdo, you should know following facts.

  • There was no skill which handles swords with both hands before 1910 in Korea. The old Korean soldiers fought with a sword and a shield. The sword skills of modern Korean kumdo is completely different from Korean tranditional swords skills.
  • Protectors, bamboo sword in kumdo were almost same as kendo's. Did you know that the origin of bamboo swords (called shinai) was invented by Japanese master Kamiizumi Hidetsuna(上泉秀綱、1508-1577)?

I wonder why kumdo has to imitate kendo though Korea has its own swords skills which is completely different from Japan's. Why kumdo has to use 剣道 the term instead of using 大韓剣術 like that.I was told to humble to others when I learned kendo and karate, however I do not think I should be humble to people who are making up a nonexistence tranditional culture and distort history to harm our culture. Do not misunderstand, it doen not mean I hate all koreans. I am saying that it is no good to make up a nonexistence tranditional culture and distort history. I suggest you should reserch about kumdo before you say that you can not trust assertions from Japan.

Thanks.--Yappakoredesho 14:12, 3 December 2005 (UTC)


I think because of the brutal history between Japan and Korea has brought this much of a heated arguement. I do kumdo but I'm not saying that we invented it. Both my masters agree to that too. But look at soccer/football. Its called soccer in the U.S. but more commonly known as football in Europe? Any debates there? No. I am not attacking anyone but suggesting we just drop it. Eugenius 02:23, 11 February 2006 (UTC)

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Wiki Boxing Project - input needed[edit]

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Buakaw Por. Pramuk and Yodsanklai Fairtex[edit]

I noticed they have some extra fights on their japanese wiki, if you can translate their missing opponents names to english wiki that would be great.thxMarty Rockatansky (talk) 09:20, 23 January 2010 (UTC)

I'm going to try.--Yappakoredesho (talk) 12:13, 31 January 2010 (UTC)

WKBA[edit]

The page WKBA should not have been moved to WKBA (radio station). There should have been a hatlink added to the WKBA page linking to World Kick Boxing Association. I have requested the move be reversed and the hatlink be added. Be careful when moving pages and when in doubt, ask. - NeutralHomerTalk • 06:55, 17 May 2010 (UTC)

Why should not WKBA have been moved to WKBA (radio station)? The importance of WKBA (radio station) and World Kick Boxing Association are same.Yappakoredesho (talk) 07:05, 17 May 2010 (UTC)
Because a hatlink does the same without the need for moving a page or creating a disambig page. Also, in the MOS, the page wouldn't be named WKBA (radio station) anyway, so no matter what, it would need to be moved. - NeutralHomerTalk • 07:23, 17 May 2010 (UTC)
Hi, Yappakoredosho. If USA/Canada radio stations are moved like this, they get the station type in parentheses instead. For example, WKBA becomes WKBA (AM). Sometimes there is also (FM) or (TV) for a station that does not have -FM or -TV already in the callsign. This is because of the tradition of how the broadcasting industry in North America labels stations in periodicals. --Closeapple (talk) 12:25, 17 May 2010 (UTC)

I see. thanks, Closeapple.--Yappakoredesho (talk) 12:48, 17 May 2010 (UTC)

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