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The win sets up Nakai to face former K-1 world champion, Amir Aliakbari, on May 25th in the main event of a K-1 65 event in Tokyo.
Nakai is most famous for being the former K-1 champion, although most of his fighting has been in the kickboxing ranks. His career started with K-1, where he won the K-1 Grand Prix 2003 in April with an upset victory over Rustam Gazyaly. He then ran out to a two-fight losing streak, before a late 2004 turn in the K-1 Grand Prix. Since that time Nakai has been named K-1 world champion and has gone on to compete in K-1 events in Japan, the U.S., and Asia.
Saruta has his own interesting background. He’s best known for his starring role as the biggest character in the kickboxing movie, Ghost Dog, which was based on his own life story. Saruta played the role of Yogo Tatsumi, the man who beat Nakai for his K-1 belt and his upcoming bout with Aliakbari will be the first time Saruta steps into the ring since December 2006.
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