Fighting and Entertainment Group (FEG) recently announced that DREAM 12, which was originally set for Oct. 31, is now set to take place from the Osaka-jo Hall in Osaka, Japan, on Oct. 25.
Its the latest shake up from the company for its upcoming lineup of events.
DREAM 12 was expected to feature the semifinals of the "Super Hulk" open weight tournament; however, the match ups were recently moved to DREAM 11 on Oct. 6. Remember that DREAM 11 was originally expected go down on Sept. 23.
So now this all means that the promotion will stage two events in the month of October.
FEG has yet to announce any bouts for DREAM 12 -- the card is empty at this moment. That will likely change real soon as we get closer to fight night, which is just three months out.
On the other hand, in addition to the "Super Hulk" semifinals, DREAM 11 will feature the conclusion of the featherweight grand prix -- the semifinals and final are set to go down in the same night.
DREAM 11 is expected to air in primetime on Japanese broadcasting network TBS. It will be last show on the promotion's current television deal. And that's likely the reason the card has started to become stacked in hopes of drawing much needed high ratings.
Indeed, two title bouts are also in the works for DREAM 11.
Its lightweight champion, Joachim Hansen, (19-7-1) will make a return to action and defend his title for the first time against Japanese mainstay Shinya Aoki (21-4). And Jason "Mayhem" Miller (22-6) will battle it out with bitter-rival Ronaldo "Jacare" Souza (10-2) for the vacant DREAM middleweight title.
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