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Yuto Kubo (久保 優斗, Kubo Yuto, born 7 August 1992) is a Japanese footballer who last played for Tokyo United. As of 6 September 2020. Notes Yuto Kubo at
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Review: Yuta Kubo Proves Why He is the Number One Japanese Fighter in the World Archived May 6, 2013, at the Wayback Machine Glory 8 Results: Yuta Kubo wins
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Review: Yuta Kubo Proves Why He is the Number One Japanese Fighter in the World Archived 2013-05-06 at the Wayback Machine Glory 8 Results: Yuta Kubo wins
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Review: Yuta Kubo Proves Why He is the Number One Japanese Fighter in the World Archived 2013-05-06 at the Wayback Machine Glory 8 Results: Yuta Kubo wins
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Review: Yuta Kubo Proves Why He is the Number One Japanese Fighter in the World Archived 2013-05-06 at the Wayback Machine Glory 8 Results: Yuta Kubo wins
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Retrieved 2015-09-25. "K-1 MUAY THAI Results: Brice Guidon, Krush 16 Yuta Kubo vs Charles Francois, Sato vs Merza, Yuya Yamamoto vs ..." AllTheBestFights
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Tournament Big Bang 8 Results: Kido, Nashiro Score Wins, HIROYA Upset by Naoki Yuta Kubo, Yuji Nashiro to Compete in Krush 67kg GP Krush Announces 67kg Tournament
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Review: Yuta Kubo Proves Why He is the Number One Japanese Fighter in the World Archived 6 May 2013 at the Wayback Machine Glory 8 Results: Yuta Kubo wins
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Retrieved 2018-04-29. "K-1 World Grand Prix Japan -67.5kg Grand Prix Results: Yuta Kubo Victorious". Dave Walsh. 2017-09-18. Retrieved 2018-04-29. "【OFFICIAL】2017
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Yamamoto edges Bennoui, Umeno avenges loss GLORY 8 Tokyo Results and Review: Yuta Kubo Proves Why He is the Number One Japanese Fighter in the World Archived
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October preview REBELS.13 Results: van Opstal Wins, Completes S-Cup Field Yuta Kubo, Yuichiro Nagashima Fighting At GLORY 4 Tokyo, December 2 Robin van Roosmalen
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