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Keisuke Andrew (born February 25, 1978) is a Japanese American submission wrestler and mixed martial artist. He remained undefeated throughout his amateur and professional MMA career, winning the Oregon based amateur FCFF Lightweight Championship.
Although retiring from professional MMA competition in 2006, Keisuke has remained an active and accomplished grappler, winning numerous submission wrestling events at the advanced and elite level, such as the Grapplers Quest World Series of Grappling.
In 2009, Keisuke earned his black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. He is currently the head instructor of Enso JJ, his own Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and mixed martial arts training academy in West Linn, Oregon.
Mixed martial arts record
Template:MMArecordbox Template:MMA record start |- | Template:Yes2Win |align=center| 3–0 | Template:Flagicon Albert Manners | Decision (Unanimous) | Rise FC 1 - Genesis | Template:Dts |align=center| 3 |align=center| 5:00 | Portland, Oregon USA | |- | Template:Yes2Win |align=center| 2–0 | Template:Flagicon Chris Styff | Submission (Rear naked choke) | SF 16 - Clash at the Casino (Sportfight) | Template:Dts |align=center| 1 |align=center| 0:40 | Pendleton, Oregon USA | |- | Template:Yes2Win |align=center| 1–0 | Template:Flagicon Calvin Gulia | Submission (Heel hook) | WCFP - Ground and Pound | Template:Dts |align=center| 1 |align=center| N/A | Portland, Oregon USA | Template:End
- Keisuke's MMA highlights
- FCFF Light weight title fight Keisuke vs Mel Locke
- Keisuke Andrew - Official Mixed Martial Arts Record
- "NAMES IN THE GAME: KEISUKE ANDREW". MMA Weekly. July 26, 2005. http://www.mmaweekly.com/names-in-the-game-keisuke-andrew. Retrieved June 10, 2012.
- "Rumble at the Roseland XVII (17), Portland, OR". Full Contact Fighting Federation. http://www.thefcff.com/previous-results-page-2. Retrieved June 10, 2012.
- Brian Cimins (December 15, 2009). "Results from 1st World Series of Grappling". Grapplers Quest. http://www.grapplersquest.com/blogs/briancimins/results-1st-world-series-grappling. Retrieved June 8, 2012.
- "Sub League 09 CHAMPIONSHIP Results". Official Sub League results. June 1, 2009. http://subleague.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/2009-SL-Championship-Results.pdf. Retrieved June 10, 2012.
- "Instructors". Enso Jiu Jitsu website. http://www.ensojj.com/instructors/. Retrieved June 10, 2012.
- "Bellator Lightweight Tourney Winner Dave Jansen Knows He Has “Detractors”, But Success “Didn’t Happen By Accident”". Full Contact Fighter. http://fcfighter.com/post/bellator-lightweight-tourney-winner-dave-jansen-knows-he-has-%E2%80%9Cdetractors%E2%80%9D-but-success-%E2%80%9Cdidn%E2%80%99t-happen-by-accident%E2%80%9D. Retrieved December 20, 2013.
- "Keisuke Andrew (3-0-0) Official Mixed Martial Arts Profile". mixedmartialarts.com. http://www.mixedmartialarts.com/f/7F3BB541BA0E43E3/Keisuke-Andrew/. Retrieved December 20, 2013.