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EagleFan 10-08-2010 10:09 PM

Uzzi Radovich looks calm but knows he has a tough fight coming up. Dmitriy Rurik glares at his opponent from the opposite corner.
This is the first time they meet inside the cage.

And there you go! I would put my money on Dmitriy Rurik today.

The referee of the bout is Yuji Shimada.

EagleFan 10-08-2010 10:11 PM

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Round 1
=========================================


The bell announces the first round!


0:13 Round 1 and Darth Vilus is still in good shape. He sure had trained hard for this bout.
Darth Vilus tries some clinch in order to control the fight...
Well done. Darth Vilus is clinching with Danny.


The fighters are clinching.
Dmitriy Rurik tries to shrug his way out of the clinch.
Darth Vilus circles out and slips free of Uzzi Radovich's grip. Nice job of getting out of that position.


Darth Vilus decides to launch some tentative punches
Dmitriy Rurik takes the best of a brief punching exchange.
Danny's Chin is beginning to swell
There is a small laceration on Uzzi Radovich's Chin


Darth Vilus launches a furious low kick!
Danny receives a hard blow in his left leg!
*****Dmitriy Rurik has broken the record of more damage cause by a single attack
Danny hyper-extended his left leg
Danny seems a bit groggy... his movements are not very coordinated now.


Dmitriy Rurik goes with a looping right hand while Uzzi Radovich jumps back and jabs
Darth Vilus only hits air and the subsequent exchange is fruitless.


A punch from Uzzi Radovich
whizzes past Darth Vilus.
Danny misses a step and Dmitriy Rurik sees an opportunity to counter him!
Quick hook by Dmitriy Rurik
Good shot! Danny has reasons to be worried.
Danny crumples to the mat and Darth Vilus moves in to finish him. The referee jumps in and stops the fight!
Danny's Left cheek is bruised after the punishement he received!
There is a laceration on Uzzi Radovich's Left cheek.


Winner is Dmitriy Rurik by KO (Hook) at 1:17 Round 1



Statistics: Uzzi Radovich
Punches 3/5 (60%)
Kicks 0/0 (0%)
Clinch strikes 0/0 (0%)
Takedowns 0/0 (0%)
GnP strikes 0/0 (0%)
Submissions 0/0 (0%)
Clinches 0/0 (0%)
Damage caused 0
Clinch Damage 0
Ground Damage 0
Time on the ground 0 s

Statistics: Dmitriy Rurik
Punches 3/7 (43%)
Kicks 1/1 (100%)
Clinch strikes 0/0 (0%)
Takedowns 0/0 (0%)
GnP strikes 0/0 (0%)
Submissions 0/0 (0%)
Clinches 1/1 (100%)
Damage caused 1537,5
Clinch Damage 0
Ground Damage 0
Time on the ground 0 s

Autumn 10-08-2010 10:12 PM

Yes!

dubb93 10-08-2010 10:14 PM

Looks like we have a legit striker on our hands.

EagleFan 10-08-2010 10:23 PM

The final team competiton will be on Monday. The winning team will get to select the finl two matchups of the team competition. If there is a tie (unlikely) each team will select what order they want their final two fighters to fight in. The fighters selected first by each team will fight and the ones selected second will fight.

This will consist of 5 events. The CPU fighters will not participate. Each team must select one event per fighter (everyone participates). You may need to compare skills to determine the best matchup.

The winning team will learn some details of the remaining two fighters from the other team to help them pick their matchups.

The events:
- 100 meters race
- Shotput
- Long jump
- Javelin (sp?)
- Arm wrestling

dubb93 10-08-2010 10:27 PM

Are these auto resolved once we select the contentants or do we need to expend effort which can/will effect us in our final two first round fights?

EagleFan 10-08-2010 10:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dubb93 (Post 2362556)
Are these auto resolved once we select the contentants or do we need to expend effort which can/will effect us in our final two first round fights?


No effort required on this one, just a matter of selecting the best event per fighter.

Darth Vilus 10-09-2010 01:51 AM

I CAN NOT BE DEFEATED!!!!!

I FIGHT TO WIN! FOR ME!

FOR ME!!!!!!!!!!!

EagleFan 10-09-2010 01:51 AM

Not directly game related but I will be starting an interactive dynasty for the Front Office Fighting Championship over the weekend.

Now for the game related portion, the winner of this competition will be crowned the heavyweight champion and and be carried over to the dynasty.

Mention of the other fighters from this thread will be in there as well (and any of you that want your fighter to be active in that dynasty let me know, all are welcomed).

I plan on having at least one "show" each weekend and one during the week. With a Main Event type of "PPV" once a month.

I will flesh out other weight divisions over the weekend.

dubb93 10-10-2010 05:46 PM

I'm all over this dynasty. Will there be other Ultimate Fighter seasons?

dubb93 10-10-2010 06:06 PM

Just an idea, but since I saw that you are going to allow one fighter per division I'm going to assume you are going to have fictional fighters controlled by you as well. Maybe let people participate in other seasons(if you plan on doing this) and then after the fact give them the choice of either controlling their new character or their old one and you can take over the fighter they no longer want.

I'm also going to PM you with something I would prefer to keep private.

EagleFan 10-10-2010 06:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dubb93 (Post 2363302)
Just an idea, but since I saw that you are going to allow one fighter per division I'm going to assume you are going to have fictional fighters controlled by you as well. Maybe let people participate in other seasons(if you plan on doing this) and then after the fact give them the choice of either controlling their new character or their old one and you can take over the fighter they no longer want.

I'm also going to PM you with something I would prefer to keep private.


Yes, hoping to have other seasons if this goes over well enough. Thinking about the idea as well (allowing them to enter a new fighter into the TUF season but have to give up their current one in that division).

EagleFan 10-11-2010 06:57 PM

The teams are gathering in the field and making last minute preparations for their final challenge. Which team will gain the advantage? Which team will claim the title of FOFC Ultimate Fighter: Season One Team Champions?

Just a few minutes left to discuss strategy.

EagleFan 10-11-2010 07:10 PM

First up, an event which requires agility, aggressiveness, control and condtioning.. the 100 meters.

Team Autumn sends Raiders Army to the starting line. Team Danny looks a little less organized and sends Schmidty out at the last minute.


The two men line up.

Ready!!!

Set!!!

Go!!!

EagleFan 10-11-2010 07:13 PM

Both men get a quick start. After the first 25 meters it is neck and neck. Then Raiders Army begins to slowly adge ahead. After 50 meters Raiders Army is about a meter in front.

At 75 meters he has pulle far enough ahead that this is no longer in doubt. He coasts to victory for Team Autumn.

Team Autumn is up 1-0.

dubb93 10-11-2010 07:17 PM

And RA scores!

EagleFan 10-11-2010 07:18 PM

The next event is one that requires strength, size and heart.... the shotput.

Autumn steps up for his team. Team Danny looks around and picks out DaddyTorgo. They do not look like they prepared for this competition as well as Team Autumn had, maybe that is their strategy- to get Team Autumn overconfident.

EagleFan 10-11-2010 07:21 PM

Each will get two throws. DaddyTorgo steps up first.

He sets himself, throws.... and gets good distance. It looks to be about 50 feet.


Autumn steps up for his first throw. He prepares and throws....

but he fouls.

It went about 55 feet but will not count.

dubb93 10-11-2010 07:22 PM

FOUL!?!?!?

dubb93 10-11-2010 07:22 PM

This one should be money in the bag. Autumn is massive.

EagleFan 10-11-2010 07:22 PM

Autumn is up first for the next throw. He readies and throws...

No foul this time and he put everything into it.

It sails past DaddyTorgo's first shrow and lands at 58 feet. He has taken the lead with DaddyTorgo having his last throw up next.

EagleFan 10-11-2010 07:23 PM

Daddytorgo prepares. Sets himelf and throws....

It lands at about 53 feet, well short of Autumn's mark.

Autumn wins the shotput.


Team Autumn takes a 2-0 lead.

dubb93 10-11-2010 07:24 PM

Score another one!

EagleFan 10-11-2010 07:25 PM

The long jump is next. Team Danny sends Chief Rum out immediately. Team Autumn sends out Darth Vilus. Team Danny needs this event to stay alive.

Each player will get two jumps.

dubb93 10-11-2010 07:26 PM

This one isn't looking so hot for us.

EagleFan 10-11-2010 07:27 PM

Chief Rum starts it out.

He prepares mentally. Takes a breath and he is off, sprinting down the approach. He jumps....

Dirt kicks up from the landing area and they measure...

18 feet, 6 inches

EagleFan 10-11-2010 07:29 PM

Darth Vilus begins immediately down the approach once the clear signal is given. He flies through the air with amazing dexterity and lands at...

18 feet

4 inches

Good, but Chief Rum still has the mark to beat.

EagleFan 10-11-2010 07:31 PM

Chief Rum will take his second run at it. He prepares himself again and then launches himself down the approach. He reaches speeds that may have been better suited for the 100 meters.

He jumps, and flies through the air to land at...

19 feet

4 inches


Very nice second jump.

EagleFan 10-11-2010 07:33 PM

Darth Vilus has one chance to win it for his team, or they move to the next event.

This time he waits, prepares, inhales... takes a peak towards Team Danny... smirks.... and is off....

He seems to have found a gear that he didn't have for his first jump.

He jumps...

EagleFan 10-11-2010 07:34 PM

He lands at...



19 feet...



8 inches...


Team Autumn has won the event.... but wait....


Team Danny is protesting!

They say that Darth Vilus had crossed the line before jumping, that it should be a foul.


The judges gather to discuss it...

dubb93 10-11-2010 07:34 PM

....and lands on his face?

dubb93 10-11-2010 07:35 PM

Bullshit. We won this fair and square.

EagleFan 10-11-2010 07:35 PM

After a discussion they have ruled that it was a legal jump...


Team Autumn wins 3-0.


They get to choose the final matchups.

EagleFan 10-11-2010 08:01 PM

After tonight we will hold full 8 fight events each of the next three nights. The main events will be the tournament bouts.

EagleFan 10-11-2010 09:02 PM

Final pairings:

"Serious" Shane Willis vs. Vlad "Raven" Loff
"Angry" Phil McCracken vs. Mike Jackson


Fights at 10 PM EST, strategy tweaks due by then (if any).

Raiders Army 10-11-2010 09:09 PM

Good job fellas.

EagleFan 10-11-2010 10:00 PM


EagleFan 10-11-2010 10:01 PM

The final two fights of the team competition to determine our Team Champions. First up will be:

"Serious" Shane Willis vs. Vlad "Raven" Loff

EagleFan 10-11-2010 10:03 PM

Shane Willis is calm in his corner. He looks convinced of his possibilities.
Vlad Loff shifts back and forth nervously. This is the first time they meet inside the cage

A pretty fair match today. I can't say who will be the one who will be raising his fist after the match.

The referee of the bout is Herb Dean.

EagleFan 10-11-2010 10:04 PM

=========================================
Round 1
=========================================


Shane Willis and Vlad Loff touch gloves in the center to kick-off the affair


Vlad Loff fakes a punch and launches himself over Chief Rum!
Nice move by CrimsonFox who clinches and pushes Chief Rum against the cage
Shane Willis pushes away CrimsonFox trying to keep the fight at striking range
CrimsonFox doesn't want to break the clinch as he still is grappling with Shane Willis


The fighters are clinching.
Shane Willis pushes slightly CrimsonFox to the fence and tries to cold down the action.
Herb Dean separes the fighters and tells them to continue fighting.


Shane Willis tries to take the fight to the ground with a one leg takedown...
CrimsonFox is unable to remain on his feet and falls to the ground


Shane Willis is in open guard over CrimsonFox
Chief Rum is taking this opportunity to rest.


The clock says 0:50 in the 1 round
Shane Willis is in open guard over CrimsonFox
Chief Rum shows no signs of slowing down. He's in great shape.
Shane Willis tries to finish with a leg lock!
CrimsonFox hyper-extended his leg
That leglock looks tight...
CrimsonFox struggles for freeing himself
CrimsonFox struggles for freeing himself
You can see the pain reflected in CrimsonFox's eyes...
CrimsonFox is able to break the lock.


Shane Willis is in open guard over CrimsonFox
Chief Rum is in open guard over CrimsonFox... he fakes a move and then tries a kneebar!
CrimsonFox rolls on the ground trying to get free and after a few kicks of his own he escapes.
Shane Willis gets sloppy and Vlad Loff tries to take advantage...
Vlad Loff overhooks an arm and starts cranking! Interesting meneuver.
Chief Rum pulls his arm out of danger.


The clock says 1:15 in the 1 round
Shane Willis is in open guard over CrimsonFox
Chief Rum is a savvy submission specialist. It's an honor just to watch him work on the ground.
Chief Rum works in the ground with his fingers over CrimsonFox's face
He seems to have encountered the eye! What a classless move!
Herb Dean hasn't seen that!


Shane Willis is in open guard over CrimsonFox
Chief Rum tries to move to full mount
Chief Rum succeeds


Shane Willis is in full mount over Vlad Loff
Vlad Loff tries to roll to his side and get to half guard...
Shane Willis rolls Vlad Loff to his stomach and takes his back!


Chief Rum is in rear mount over CrimsonFox
Chief Rum tries to end this with a RNC!
Chief Rum is locking that RNC...
CrimsonFox struggles for freeing himself
Chief Rum is locking that RNC...
That RNC from Shane Willis appears to be unbreakable
CrimsonFox is turning blue as the iron lock is closed around his neck. Vlad Loff is blacking out and he taps before going to sleep!

Winner is Shane Willis by Submission (RNC) at 1:52 Round 1


Statistics: Shane Willis
Punches 0/0 (0%)
Kicks 0/0 (0%)
Clinch strikes 1/1 (100%)
Takedowns 1/1 (100%)
GnP strikes 0/0 (0%)
Submissions 3/3 (100%)
Clinches 0/0 (0%)
Damage caused 999,17
Clinch Damage 0
Ground Damage 946,17
Time on the ground 69 s

Statistics: Vlad Loff
Punches 0/0 (0%)
Kicks 0/0 (0%)
Clinch strikes 0/0 (0%)
Takedowns 0/0 (0%)
GnP strikes 0/0 (0%)
Submissions 1/1 (100%)
Clinches 1/1 (100%)
Damage caused 0
Clinch Damage 0
Ground Damage 0
Time on the ground 69 s

EagleFan 10-11-2010 10:06 PM

With that the teams are now tied 2-2 and it all comes down to the last fight of the opening round to determine the Team Champion and who will be the final fighter to advance to the quarterfinals.

EagleFan 10-11-2010 10:07 PM

The final fight of the opening round...

"Angry" Phil McCracken vs. Mike Jackson

dubb93 10-11-2010 10:08 PM

Wouldn't have it any other way.

EagleFan 10-11-2010 10:08 PM

Phil McCracken glares at his opponent from the opposite corner. Mike Jackson raises his fists in his corner. He seems confident. This is the first time they meet inside the cage.

Phil McCracken is the better fighter in my opinion. It would be an upset if he loses today.

The referee of the bout is Mario Yamasaki.

EagleFan 10-11-2010 10:11 PM

=========================================
Round 1
=========================================


Chesapeake and dubb93 moves forwards as the bell indicates the beginning of the fight!


dubb93 looks for angles as he throws a few jabs that are countered by Phil McCracken's punches
dubb93 measures the resilience of Chesapeake's chin with an uppercut while Chesapeake lands some great crosses.


dubb93 showing excellent timing, blasts Phil McCracken with a right hand.
Chesapeake step backwards and the punch goes wide.
Chesapeake is trying to counter now!
Quick hook by Phil McCracken
Good shot! dubb93 has reasons to be worried.


The clock says 0:30 in the 1 round
dubb93 decides to launch some tentative punches
Chesapeake launches a couple of jabs that are answered by dubb93 with a stiff cross! Solid exchange!
dubb93 has a small cut in his Left eye


Mike Jackson and Chesapeake engage in a wild exchange of punches!
Both fighters are connecting and this could be ending soon if either lands a lucky punch.


Not a desiderable position the one that Chesapeake is in now. Mike Jackson is well knowed for his strong and restless GnP.
Solid shot from Mike Jackson to the body.
Chesapeake didn't like that.
Chesapeake ribs are getting hammered, they look bad!


Mike Jackson goes with a looping right hand while Phil McCracken jumps back and jabs
Chesapeake seems staggered and Mike Jackson runs to capitalize with a bunch of jabs and crosses.


Mike Jackson tries a hook to the body
and hits Chesapeake ribs hard


Mike Jackson throws an uppercut
that lands solidly.
Chesapeake's Left cheek is beginning to swell


Phil McCracken goes with a looping right hand while Mike Jackson jumps back and jabs
That one hits but dubb93 seems unaffected, countering with a few punches of his own. Great exchange here.


The clock says 1:35 in the 1 round
Phil McCracken chases dubb93 and launches a few perfect technique punches
Here we go! dubb93 steps backwards when those punches connects with his face
There is a small laceration on Mike Jackson's Right cheek


Chesapeake grabs his opponent by the waist and tries to take the fight to the ground
Great takedown by Phil McCracken


Phil McCracken is in open guard over dubb93
dubb93 tries to close his guard around Chesapeake
He success!


Phil McCracken is in closed guard over dubb93
Chesapeake tries to improve his position in the ground as he sits on his knees and tries to break the closed guard.
Phil McCracken fakes a few punches and then slips one leg to get the half mount.


Phil McCracken is in half guard over dubb93
Chesapeake is moving on the ground...
Ouch! That was a headbutt! Did he does that intentionally?
Mario Yamasaki didn't see the foul!


Phil McCracken is in half guard over dubb93
Phil McCracken tries to pass Mike Jackson's guard...
Phil McCracken manages to get his leg free and moves to side mount.


The clock says 2:35 in the 1 round
Phil McCracken is in side mount over Mike Jackson
Mike Jackson tries to turn away and scrammble out. Phil McCracken takes his back and locks up a rear naked choke!
He can't lock it up. Mike Jackson spins out and gets back to his feet.
Both fighters continue the fight on his feet. You can hear how the people agreed with that decision.


dubb93 cornermen are yelling for his man to scape from the ground as Chesapeake can finish the fight in the ground with some good pounding if you let him the chance.
Phil McCracken shoots for a double leg takedown!
He hits it! Mike Jackson is taken off his feet, but he manages to pull Chesapeake into his guard.


The clock says 2:55 in the 1 round
Phil McCracken is in closed guard over dubb93
Phil McCracken looks to posture up and open Mike Jackson's guard...
Phil McCracken forces Mike Jackson to open his guard.


Phil McCracken is in open guard over dubb93
Chesapeake works in the ground with his fingers over dubb93's face
He seems to have encountered the eye! What a classless move!
Mario Yamasaki has seen that!
Mario Yamasaki allows dubb93 time to recover... The fight resumes with both fighter standing.
Both fighters have climbed to their feet and they continue the fight standing. There people who are watching this in venue is cheering up the fighters.


The two exchange wildly
both landing but without much steam behind the shots.


Bone shattering straight left hand from Mike Jackson!
Chesapeake ducks under...
dubb93 clumsily fails here and it's time for Phil McCracken to fight back!
Chesapeake is holding Mike Jackson left leg... He's trying to take him down.
Mike Jackson shows a great balance while pushing away Phil McCracken


Mike Jackson charges at Chesapeake throwing flurries left and right.
Not many punches are hitting, but the ones that land are huge shots! Chesapeake is rocked!
Chesapeake's Forehead is beginning to swell
Chesapeake has a small cut in his Forehead
Chesapeake seems a bit groggy... his movements are not very coordinated now.


dubb93 fakes a move and moves forward to hit with a hook
what a crushing shot!
Chesapeake fell like he got shot! This is over!
Chesapeake's Chin is bruised after the punishement he's receiving!
There is a small laceration on Phil McCracken's Chin

Winner is Mike Jackson by KO (Uppercut) at 3:49 Round 1


Statistics: Phil McCracken
Punches 15/19 (79%)
Kicks 0/0 (0%)
Clinch strikes 2/2 (100%)
Takedowns 2/3 (67%)
GnP strikes 0/0 (0%)
Submissions 1/1 (100%)
Clinches 0/0 (0%)
Damage caused 1287,38
Clinch Damage 0
Ground Damage 236,5
Time on the ground 62 s

Statistics: Mike Jackson
Punches 21/32 (66%)
Kicks 0/0 (0%)
Clinch strikes 0/0 (0%)
Takedowns 0/0 (0%)
GnP strikes 0/0 (0%)
Submissions 0/0 (0%)
Clinches 0/0 (0%)
Damage caused 1974,42
Clinch Damage 0
Ground Damage 0
Time on the ground 62 s

EagleFan 10-11-2010 10:12 PM

Congratulations to Team Autumn, the Team Champions!!!

chesapeake 10-11-2010 10:15 PM

Good fight, dubb. I needed to keep you on the ground but I couldn't do it.

dubb93 10-11-2010 10:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chesapeake (Post 2363940)
Good fight, dubb. I needed to keep you on the ground but I couldn't do it.


Yup good fight. We went back and forth.

EagleFan 10-11-2010 10:22 PM

Going to roll up the pairings for tomorrow's second round.

EagleFan 10-11-2010 10:40 PM

Round Two - The Quarterfinals

Undercard
Vlad "Raven" Loff vs. Jorge "Divine Wind" Imada
Gregr "Avalanche" Strauss vs. Waylon Rodriguez
Uzzi Raovich vs. "Angry" Phil McCracken
Chris "Loudmouth" Wheeler vs. Jason "Schmidty" Schmidt

The Quarterfinals
"Serious" Shane Willis vs. Ewoud Vanderzee
Mauricio "Anaconda" Augosto vs. Tsunemi Uoya
Dmitriy "Siberian Express" Rurik vs. Mike Jackson
Tomas Festas vs. "Wick" Ed Johnson


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