|Native name 清水 清隆|
|Height 5 ft 2 in (1.57 m)|
Name Kiyotaka Shimizu
Weight 125 lb (57 kg; 8.9 st)
|Born March 14, 1984 (age 31) Ishibashi, Tochigi, Japan (1984-03-14)|
Kiyotaka Shimizu (清水清隆, Shimizu Kiyotaka, born March 14, 1984) is a Japanese mixed martial artist and current Super Flyweight King Of Pancrase.
Shimizu fought primarily in Pancrase, defending the flyweight several times. He also fought in the Shooto and Sengoku promotions.
Mixed martial arts career
Shimizu won the Flyweight Neo Blood tournament 15th.
In February 7, 2010, Shimizu challenged Mituhisa Sunabe, the former Flyweight King Of Pancrase. and he became a new flyweight King Of Pancrase won the Sunabe.
In April 3, 2011, Pancrase Inc. has changed from 125 lb In 120 lb weight limit of the flyweight. Pancrase was changed to "super flyweight" from the "flyweight" the name of the class 125 lb. And, Shimizu has been moved to the super flyweight King Of Pancrase.
In December 1, 2012, Shimizu successfully defended the Super Flyweight King of Pancrase title against top contender Yuki Yasunaga of the 3rd round via KO at main event of year end "Progress Tour".