How to watch RIZIN 16, updated fight card, live results

RIZIN FF is returning to our lives once again.

Sunday 2nd June sees the Japanese promotion host its 16th event, this time in the Kobe World Hall.

The card boasts both MMA and kickboxing bouts, with Japanese kickboxing sensation Tenshin Nasukawa headlining the card against Argentina’s Martin Blanco.

Mother and son duo Miyuu Yamamoto and Erson Yamamoto are both on the RIZIN 16 card, while American favourite Daron Cruickshank returns for the adoring Japanese audience.

Check out the full fight card below.

 

How to watch RIZIN 16 LIVE online

You can order the pay-per-view and watch RIZIN 16 right here on the Fighters Only website in the above video!

Otherwise, you can watch RIZIN 16 on any device – computer, phone, tablet, streaming devices, smart TVs – through Fite.TV.

FITE TV-specific instructions on how to use the platform can be found here.

 

When does RIZIN 16 start? Start time

RIZIN 16 is set to start at 13:20 local time.

USA: 00:20 ET | 21:20 PT
UK: 05:20 BST

 

Full revised RIZIN 16 fight card and order

RIZIN 16 full fight card fight order

 

RIZIN 16 Live Updated Results

Kickboxing – ISKA Featherweight Championship: Tenshin Nasukawa def. Martin Blanco by second-round TKO (knee to the body)
Super Atomweight Championship: Ayaka Hamasaki (c) def. Jinh Yu Frey by unanimous decision after three rounds
Super Atomweight: Miyuu Yamamoto def. Kanna Asakura by unanimous decision after three rounds
Heavyweight: Jake Heun def. Roque Martinez by split decision after three rounds
Flyweight: Yusaku Nakamura def. Topnoi Thanongsaklek by unanimous decision after three rounds
Lightweight: Tofiq Musaev def. Daron Cruickshank by unanimous decision after three rounds
Bantamweight: Mamoru Uoi def. Kana Hayatt by third-round TKO (punches and soccer kicks)
Kickboxing – Catchweight: Ryuji Horio def. Kunitaka Fujiwara by unanimous decision
Bantamweight: Erson Yamamoto def. Tim Eschtruth by first-round KO (elbow)
Kickboxing – Catchweight: Taiju Shiratori def. Hiroto Yamaguchi by unanimous decision after three rounds
Catchweight: Takaki Soya def. Namiki Kawahara via first-round KO (punch and soccer kick)
Kickboxing – Catchweight: Seiki Ueyama def. Kengo via first-round TKO (ref stoppage)
Kickboxing – Catchweight: Nakamura Kan def. Itto via second-round KO (head kick)
Kickboxing – Catchweight: Yuya def. Tanaka Strike Yuki via first-round TKO (three knockdowns)

 

 

Jake Hughes

Jake Hughes

Jake Hughes is an MMA writer who has covered the sport since 2013 for publications such as Vice Sports, Fightland, Sherdog and now Fighters Only, where he serves as freelance digital editor.