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Old 01-05-2009, 08:12 PM   #101
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You have been SMASHED.

(and dammit, either the account doesn't work, or I don't remember the password to Erik)
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Old 01-05-2009, 08:41 PM   #102
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MARCH NEWS


Nicholas Thomas sustained a facial injury and is going to miss about two months. His fight will be postponed until he is fully healed.


APRIL NEWS


Jace Mason sustained an injury that will keep him out for sometime. It is a neck injury and like Fillion's it will keep him out for 4 months.


This whole injury thing is getting out of hand. And I am wondering why? I think that the game must be coded for random injuries without regard for the group size. All the fighters are pretty beefed up against injuries, but are still getting them.

The injuries really cause long term problems for the fighters and are a major pain here for continuity. What I am going to do is beef up everyone's resilience again, and reset all the physical stats so that they are not penalized. Hopefully, that will bring down the incidence to a more reasonable level.
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Old 01-05-2009, 08:42 PM   #103
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Can you erase injuries by hand?
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Old 01-05-2009, 08:51 PM   #104
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You can erase the result of the injury, but not the actual injury itself, or the time block that it puts into the game.
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Old 01-05-2009, 09:07 PM   #105
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MAY NEWS


Rob Nielsen has suffered a leg injury that is going to cause him to miss about 6 weeks. That will cause his fight to be delayed as well.


FOFC 3 has been changed with CW and Niclovin out with injuries. So two fights have been booked in their place. Those will be announced shortly.
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Old 01-05-2009, 10:22 PM   #106
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Theodore “Action” Jackson is showing out with an injury this month as well. Out for sometime.


Now, I think that I have figured this problem out. The injuries must be random and set to happen regardless of how many guys are in the database. So as time goes on with only 17 guys in the DB, guys are taking hits.

I just ran a parallel game with an entire real life roster. I ran six months, and although it took some time to do, there were no injuries during that entire 6 month period.

I am going to adjust my DB, and correct the injuries to Nielsen and Jackson, and run some time.


Our show in May is canceled and we will start fresh as soon as we can.


It looks like our next show, FOFC 3 will be in July. Things are moving well and we should be on schedule by then.
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Old 01-05-2009, 11:23 PM   #107
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FOFC 3
July 2009
Quarter Finals for the FOFC LHW Title.



Fight Previews


“Coffee Warlord” Rob Nielsen, 1-0 v. “Smart” Alec Sander, 1-0


Nielsen, and the Sho'Nuff school take on Alec Sander's Jedi ways.


“Dammit” Dusty Coldwater, 1-0 v. “Niclovin” Nicholas Thomas, 1-0


Coldwater, and his GnP try and pound out Niclovin and his Jiu-Jitsu.


“EFotNHNT” Erik Flamebeard, 1-0 v. “Windmill” Windy Miller


Flamebeard's smashing style takes on the forward attacking Windmill.


“Anvil Hands” Brian Johnson v. “Le Rat Musque” Fillion


Anvil Hands and Fillion both like to fight standing, and both can finish.


One of these men will be the first FOFC Champion.
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Old 01-06-2009, 09:46 AM   #108
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One of these men will win the right to face the first FOFC Champion, Rob Nielsen.

Fixed.
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Old 01-06-2009, 10:38 PM   #109
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Interview with Anvil Hands Johnson


We are here with Anvil Hands Johnson who takes on Yanick Fillion in the quarter finals of the FOFC Tournament.


Q: Anvil, tell us about your opponent.


AH: Who? The Muskrat?! Muuuuuussssk Rat?! He can't sniff my jock. Why don't you ask me about me? Don't insult me like that.


Q: Uh, sorry, Anvil how are you preparing for your fight.


AH: I take these hands, and I wring the necks of chickens.


Q: Chickens? Why Chickens?


AH: Because if I did it to Muuuussssk Rats, they would arrest me after the fight.


Q: No seriously.


AH: Well, Team Punishment has been getting me in shape and I feel really good right now. That boy will wish that he never got in the cage with me. Thanks


Well there you have it. Anvil Hands talking about his upcoming elimination fight with Yanick Fillion. Coming up this month.
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Old 01-06-2009, 11:58 PM   #110
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FOFC 3
July 2009
Quarter Finals for the FOFC LHW Title.


All fighters made the fighting weight of 205 pounds.


“Coffee Warlord” Rob Nielsen, 1-0 v. “Smart” Alec Sander, 1-0 - Blurcat predicts Rob Nielsen by split decision.


“Dammit” Dusty Coldwater, 1-0 v. “Niclovin” Nicholas Thomas, 1-0 – Blurcat predicts Niclovin by submission.


“EFotNHNT” Erik Flamebeard, 1-0 v. “Windmill” Windy Miller – Blurcat predicts Flamebeard by submission.


“Anvil Hands” Brian Johnson v. “Le Rat Musque” Fillion – Blurcat predicts Filion by split decision.
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Old 01-07-2009, 12:27 AM   #111
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FIGHT 1


Sander and Nielsen enter and are ready to go. There has been a lot of talk between these two getting ready for this fight. So this one has been widely anticipated.

Round one starts. CW comes out in typical fashion all over the place. He throws four punches that miss. Sander comes in, but Nielsen moves out of the way, and lands a good counter. Nielsen's speed really seems to be throwing Sander off. They clinch late, and the round ends with Sander able to land a knee, but taking some shots to the stomach.


Round two opens with more striking in the center of the cage. Nielsen dodges a shot and lands a good right. Sander lands a jab and comes in close to a clinch. They trade blows, and break free. Sander lands a leg kick, but Nielsen surprises him with a hard shot to the body and a left hook that floors Sander. Nielsen dives in for the finish, but Sander gets out of there. Sander is able to grab a clinch that he is able to hold onto for the rest of the round.


Round three starts slow. Sander looks for an opening, but as he throws he gets tagged. Sander and Nielsen put on a show for the crowd as they exchange blows. A couple of hard shots land, and it appears that Nielsen's counter punching is dictating the round. They trade some more blows, Sander clinches up and the fight ends.


30-27, 30-27, 29-28 all for “CW” Rob Nielsen


FIGHT 2


Dammit Dusty and Niclovin go at it in fight 2.


Thomas opens the offense with a wild punch, but Coldwater moves out of the way. Coldwater hits a jab, and they clinch up. Coldwater appears to have the initial advantage landing a blow to the ribs, while Niclovin hits a knee. And another. Coldwater goes for a knee and Thomas sweeps him to the ground. Thomas hits an elbow to the ribs and a knee, tries for the mount but Dusty defends well. Coldwater shows good defense on his back against the Jiu-Jitsu specialist and the round ends with no more offense.


Round two opens with Coldwater firing off first, and Thomas losing his balance and stumbling. He recovers in time and lands two jabs, before Coldwater grabs the clinch. The ref breaks them with the action slows. Coldwater forces the action a little, and pushes Thomas against the cage, and throws punches. Coldwater loads up for a big right cross, but Thomas is quick and ducks out, landing a stomach blow in the process, Coldwater turns and eats a left hook. He drops to a knee. He gets up quickly, and throws a big kick to keep Thomas back before the round ends.


Round three starts and Thomas is being careful here. Thomas lands a straight left, and throws an uppercut that makes Dusty backpedal. Coldwater tries to get inside, but Thomas is able to keep him back with a kick. Coldwater throws another punch and Thomas keeps him back with another kick. Thomas looks for a takedown, but decides not to. Coldwater lands a good right, but it didn't do any damage. The fight ends without any more action.


30-27 three times, all for “Niclovin” Nicholas Thomas
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Old 01-07-2009, 12:48 AM   #112
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FIGHT 3


The powerful Dane, against the hard charging Englishman.


Round one is a striking dual. Miller starts with some quick kicks, and punch, and an uppercut that keep Flamebeard off balance. Flambeard takes another leg kick trying to get close. He pulls a clinch, but only briefly. Flambeard lands a punch, a couple more kicks from Miller, and a solid right from Flamebeard. Both men finish the round bouncing around in circles.


Round two sees more time pass. Flambeard tries to come inside, but takes a hard kick to the hip. He backs off. Miller lets go with a huge kick, that narrowly misses. Those kicks are keeping Flamebeard from coming in where he wants to be. Miller keeps coming forward and the Dane backs off. Flambeard finds an angle that he likes and manages to pull a clinch. Both men exchange knees. Miller gets free, but takes a big blow above the eye. Flamebeard comes forward now, and lands two more shots and finishes with a shot to the body. Miller throws a strong kick, and second and a third right to the hip of Flambeard. Flamebeard's mobility is being cut down by these kicks. The round ends.


Round three starts with both men coming right into blows. Neither fighter gets an advantage in the exchange. Flamebeard moves in and lands with a hard right hook. Miller is staggered but won't go down. He pulls a clinch off, and hits a knee on Erik. Flamebeard finally takes the fight to the mat, and has side control. Flamebeard is looking for an armlock, but Miller defends. Miller throws a couple of upkicks, and the big Dane lets him back up. They trade blows as the fight ends.


30-27, 29-28, 29-28 all for “Windmill” Windy Miller


FIGHT 4


Anvil Hands takes on the Muskrat


To nobodies surprise, Johnson starts off the aggressor. Johnson throws a kick. They come in close and clinch briefly, break and re-clinch. Fillion hits a knee and pushes Anvil against the cage. Johnson lands a solid right hand, and Fillion lets him back off the cage. Fillion comes back with three jabs and a hard body punch. Johnson throws a lead right, and then tries a Punch-Out uppercut that misses. Muskrat just barely avoided that. Fillion finds his back against the cage, but Johnson comes forward like a train at full speed ahead. They trade jabs, but Fillion is still pressed against the cage. Johnson throws a clean right hand that lands flush on the side of Fillion's face. He drops against the cage, as Anvil Hands pummels him. The ref jumps in and stops the fight. The time is 4:46.
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Old 01-07-2009, 12:58 AM   #113
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And we are down to four.


“Coffee Warlord” Rob Nielsen 2-0 v. “Niclovin” Nicholas Thomas 2-0


and


“Windmill” Windy Miller 1-0 v. “Anvil Hands” Brian Johnson 2-0


NEWS

The British Buzzsaw is back to full health, and ready to make his debut.


“Niclovin” was injured in last night's win over Dusty Coldwater. The injury was to his head, and the extent of the damage isn't fully known at this time.


“Le Rat Musque” Yanick Fillion sustained a concussion and is going to need an extended period of time to heal from his injury.
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Old 01-07-2009, 03:13 AM   #114
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Looks like Nicklovin is having a good go at things....but his face isn't going to be the best here soon.
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Old 01-07-2009, 09:20 AM   #115
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Attention Jedi.

When I say who is the master. You say...COFFEE WARLORD.
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Old 01-07-2009, 04:08 PM   #116
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Attention Jedi.

When I say who is the master. You say...COFFEE WARLORD.

Ahhhhhh.... bollocks.
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Old 01-07-2009, 04:14 PM   #117
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Ahhhhhh.... bollocks.

I can't HEAR YOU JEDI!

Who? Is the MASTAH?
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Old 01-07-2009, 04:59 PM   #118
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I can't HEAR YOU JEDI!

Who? Is the MASTAH?

Deaf as well as blind, huh? Man, how did I lose that one?????
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Old 01-07-2009, 05:39 PM   #119
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Deaf as well as blind, huh? Man, how did I lose that one?????

Because your feeble skills were no match for someone trained by...


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Old 01-09-2009, 01:57 AM   #120
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NEWS


“Le Bleuet” Nicolas Fillion has joined CSW Fighting Camp. CSW Fighting Camp has a mediocre reputation. Based in America, they are very good in wrestling. They are also good at physical preparation, general stand-up, general ground, and submissions.

FOFC MMA announce that FOFC 4 is to be held in August, 2009. This show will feature 8 fighters who are no longer eligible for the FOFC Light Heavyweight Title. The show will feature the debut's of Nicolas Fillion and Anthony Lee. Both of whom were injured and missed their chances in the tournament. The fight schedule will follow shortly.
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Old 01-09-2009, 01:57 AM   #121
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Here are the fight pairings for FOFC 4.




“The Canadian” John Williams v. Theodore “Action” Jackson
“Tiny” Bruce Douglas v. “The Silent Assassin” Rohan Shah
“Le Bleuet” Nicolas Fillion v. “The British Buzzsaw” Anthony Lee
“Doomvan” Alex Donovan v. “Magnificent” Matt Alexander
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Old 01-10-2009, 08:47 PM   #122
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FOFC 4 Fight Breakdown


Williams and Jackson start the night with a match up between the stand up brute in Jackson and the hybrid style that Williams brings. Williams was considered the best in the FOFC before the start of the tournament, and his loss to Alec Sander was something of a surprise. Williams is only an inch taller here, but his reach advantage should be nullified but Jackson's power.


Douglas and Shah go in fight two. These are two of the tallest men in the FOFC, and they are also two of the best ground grapplers there too. Douglas was knocked out in his first fight, while Shah was submitted much to his dismay. This could be a boring fight, especially if they decide to stand and bang.


Le Bleuet takes on the British Buzzsaw in fight three. This fight is going to stay standing the biggest challenge will be for the Buzzsaw to be able to get inside on the Fillion in order to work his superior muay thai. Lee has a three inch height advantage here, his longer arms could be used to pull in Fillion. Fillion won't be discouraged though, and will fight where ever the fight is.


The final fight features the Doomvan taking on Magnificent Matt Alexander. Both fighters would like this fight to go to the mat. If it stays standing look for Doomvan to have the advantage. His striking is far superior. If Alexander can find an opening though, his ground game is second to none.
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Old 01-10-2009, 09:33 PM   #123
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The Buzzsaw suggests that his next opponent may desire to change his name from Fillion to Fillet after he is done carving him up!
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Old 01-10-2009, 10:52 PM   #124
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FIGHT ONE


“The Canadian” John Williams
23, 6'1”, 0-1


v.


Theodore “Action” Jackson
28, 6'1” 0-1


Blurcat likes Williams by TKO


Round one saw Williams looking for a takedown, but Jackson was able to defend with punches and kicks. Williams was able to grab a clinch and he looked for a takedown there too, but was unable. Jackson defended very well, and survived the round.


Round two sees both men trade blows, and Jackson's boxing just plain looks better than Williams'. Jackson just plain dominated every single exchange between these two.


Round three begins and Jackson knows that his plan to stay standing has been played perfectly so far. Williams continues to try and get inside, but Jackson is able to use his kicks to keep him at bay. Williams does succeed in getting a clinch, but just isn't able to get Jackson to the ground. Williams does land a nice punch at the end of the round, but at this point, it didn't have enough power to do much.


All three judges score it 30-27 for “Action” Jackson.
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Old 01-10-2009, 10:53 PM   #125
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FIGHT TWO


“Tiny” Bruce Douglas
21, 6'3” 0-1


v.


“The Silent Assassin” Rohan Shah
22, 6'2”, 0-1


Blurcat likes Shah by TKO


Round one is pretty exciting. Both guys start with punches but it isn't long before they get close. Shah in dominant position with Douglas against the cage, where he narrowly escaped a trip from Douglas. Douglas is able to reverse position and lands some body blows. Shah quickly grabbed a leg and put Douglas on the mat, in guard. Douglas defends well, but Shah is still able to work to half guard. He tries for an armbar, but Douglas defends well.


Round two sees both men stand and trade some punches. Both men land and miss blows, with no particular punch being all that good. They clinch and the ref leaves them that way far too long. Douglas launches off a good flurry, but Shah moves well, and fires off a couple good blows of his own. Douglas land a tremendous, and tremendously wild overhand punch and it hits cleanly right in the face. Shah steps back and covers up. Douglas tries to go on the attack, but Shah clinches up as the round ends.


Round three sees Douglas use his long arms to jab out at Shah, keeping him moving backward. Douglas landed a good punch that hurt Shah again, and he grabs a clinch. The ref breaks it up and Douglas landed a couple more. Shah sets up a leg kick and one-two combo. Neither fighter really didi anything, and surprisingly this fight didn't go to the mat as much as was hoped.


All three judges score the fight 29-27 for “Tiny” Bruce Douglas
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Old 01-10-2009, 10:54 PM   #126
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FIGHT THREE


“Le Bleuet” Nicolas Fillion
20, 5'9”, 0-0


v.


“The British Buzzsaw” Anthony Lee
22, 6'0”, 0-0


Blurcat likes Fillion by TKO


Round one starts with both men trading fast. Fillion aggressively throws an uppercut, but misses leaving him wide open for a big hook to the jaw. His hands drop and Lee nails him again. No response from Fillion and Lee hammers another right to the nose. The ref has to jump in to stop the fight. Fillion didn't go down, but took some major league blows. Fillion is completely out of it. The time of the fight is 0:36.
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Old 01-10-2009, 10:55 PM   #127
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FIGHT FOUR


“Doomvan” Alex Donovan
23, 6'3”, 0-1


v.


“Magnificent” Matt Alexander
24, 6'1”, 0-1


Blurcat likes Donovan by KO


The fight begins slowly as both men begin to feel each other out. Alexander lunges in with a punch, but gets tagged with a hook and falls down on his butt. Donovan charges in and gets caught in Alexanders guard. Alexander is showing good skill at defending here on his back, having only taken damage from a couple of punches. Donovan tries for the mount, but gets to half guard. Donovan switches tactics and grabs the arm but Alexander easily defends and survives the round.


Round two again starts slow. Both men wait for each other and it is Alexander that leads with the hook and presses Donovan against the cage. Alexander steps in again and Donovan timed it well, and nailed him with another solid hook, and again Alexander goes down. Alexander again pulls guard, but Donovan is able to quickly work to side control, but Alexander is against the cage. Alexander smartly defends anything that Donovan can set him up for, until the ref finally stands them up due to inactivity. But much of the round is gone at this point.


The fight goes to the third round. Alexander's corner told him that he was behind in that break. And he comes out faster. Alexander finally gets a chance at a takedown but Donovan sprawls. Alexander pushes and pushes, but Donovan turns and takes down Alexander! In guard, Donovan takes his time, and throws a couple of punches. Alexander is able to work toward a guillotine, but can't get all of it. Donovan isn't doing much, and the ref stands them back up. Alexander gets taken down immediately, much to his frustration. Donovan moves to side control, but Alexander defends well again. The fight ends.


All three judges score the fight 30-27 for Doomvan Alex Donovan.
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Old 01-10-2009, 10:55 PM   #128
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POST FIGHT


Matt Alexander dinged his shoulder, but it isn't serious. He will be out of training for around a month.


John Williams suffered a midsection injury, but it isn't serious. He will be out for almost a month.


Nicolas Fillion suffered a concussion in last night's match. He will be out for more than a month.
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Old 01-10-2009, 10:56 PM   #129
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FIGHT THREE


“Le Bleuet” Nicolas Fillion
20, 5'9”, 0-0


v.


“The British Buzzsaw” Anthony Lee
22, 6'0”, 0-0


Blurcat likes Fillion by TKO


Round one starts with both men trading fast. Fillion aggressively throws an uppercut, but misses leaving him wide open for a big hook to the jaw. His hands drop and Lee nails him again. No response from Fillion and Lee hammers another right to the nose. The ref has to jump in to stop the fight. Fillion didn't go down, but took some major league blows. Fillion is completely out of it. The time of the fight is 0:36.

This was an early stoppage; I was taking this punishment fainting to be hurt because it was all a strategy to open up Lee. Thank you Mr. Referee!
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I have updated the first post with all of the fighters in FOFC MMA, and their current records. Now everyone can see who is in and what their record is. Remember guys, these are your fighters. If there is a particular match that you are looking for it is best to make that challenge then just to let me make them for you.

We now have three guys in danger of going out. They are Shah, Alexander and Williams. There is a good chance that I will put two of them together the show after next.

We still need fighters, especially once we get some more fights under our belts. And we are going to be forced to let some go before too long, I really don't want to go below 16 in total size. I may make some tomato cans but haven't decided on that yet.

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NEWS


Both Matt Alexander and John Williams have recovered from their injuries with no complications.


Our next show is going to be held in November 2009. I know that this year has been kind of screwed up, but in the long run it won't matter that much. The main fight will be between Windy Miller and Brian Johnson with the winner moving on to a title fight.
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Old 01-11-2009, 12:29 PM   #133
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FOFC MMA annouces the card for FOFC 5. Here are the fights that we can expect to see:

"EFotNHNT" Erik Flamebeard 1-1 v. Theodore "Action" Jackson 1-1
"The Hunter" Jace Mason 0-1 v. "Dammit" Dusty Coldwater 1-1
"Doomvan" Alex Donovan 1-1 v. "The British Buzzsaw" Anthony Lee 1-0
"Anvil Hands" Brian Johnson 2-0 v. "The Windmill" Windy Miller 1-0
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Old 01-11-2009, 12:32 PM   #134
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Great! Jackson gets to Flamebroil Flamebeard from here to there!

And I'm not sure that I like the Doomvan matchup, style wise
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FOFC 5 Fight Breakdown


Action Jackson comes off of his TKO win over Nicolas Fillion and steps into the octagon with the wildman, Erik Flamebeard. Flamebeard won his first fight with his smashing style and finished it with a submission of Jace Mason. Both men are strong, and fight with lots of power. This should be a very entertaining fight.


In the second fight Jace Mason returns to the cage after his injury and loss to Flamebeard. This time it is against Dusty Coldwater. Coldwater lost his last fight to Niclovin and was eliminated from the title tourney. Coldwater fights go the distance, and you should expect this one to go there too. This could be a very interesting fight, as both guys are pretty well rounded, and both guys like strikes standing and on the ground.


The third fight has something on the line for both men. Doomvan Donovan is coming off of a solid win over ground based tactician Matt Alexander. He won that fight with good striking, but in this one, he is against one of the better strikers in the FOFC in Buzzsaw Lee. Lee missed his first fight with an injury, but made his debut in August with a fast TKO over Le Bleuet Fillion. If Donovan can get to the mat he might get the win, but he will have to get past the clinch of Muay Thai based Lee.


In our last fight we have a winner move on fight for the FOFC MMA Light Heavyweight Title. Anvil Hands Johnson takes on Windy Miller. Two exciting forward moving powerhouses. This fight will likely not see all three rounds as someone is going to fall. Miller has the hardest punches of anyone in FOFC, but that is about it. If he hits you, you may go out. Johnson also has killer hands, and good grappling skills.


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Word has come from Juanito Ibarra's Camp that Yanick Fillion has started training again. Fillion has fully recovered from his loss to Anvil Hands Johnson.
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Nicklovin is feeling a bit rusty...he needs to take down the Warlord...
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Come on Mason, let's see a bit of a positive display this time around.
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FOFC 5
November, 2009




All fighters made the class limit of 205lbs.


Nicolas Fillion is on hand tonight and he talks about being ready to go. He was going to be cheering for Doomvan Donovan against Anthony Lee. Lee knocked out Fillion in under a minute in Fillion's debut. Fillion says that he is ready to get in the cage tonight if he has to.
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FIGHT ONE


“EFotNHNT” Erik Flamebeard
24, 5'11” 1-1


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Theodore “Action” Jackson
28, 6'1” 1-1


Blurcat predicts Flamebeard by TKO


The show opens with what we expected. Jackson comes out aggressively and moves Flamebeard all the way to the cage. But backs off not wanting the clinch. Flamebeard comes back with some kicks, and both trade punches. Flamebeard shoots for the takedown, but Jackson sprawls and gets away. Jackson tries to keep Flamebeard at bay with punches, but he comes again, and Jackson sprawls but ends up against the cage. Flamebeard keeps the leg, but instead works up to the clinch. Flamebeard goes for a trip, but Jackson spins away back to the center. Jackson lands a good shot, Flamebeard doesn't go down. Jackson moves in for another punch and this time Flamebeard is able to shoot and land the takedown. He is in guard, but can't get enough offense before the round ends. Good round.


Round two begins with Flamebeard going for another takedown, catching Jackson by surprise, but he can't keep it and Jackson is able to escape. Jackson fires off some shots to try and keep Flambeard from coming in again. Flamebeard covers up, and ducks an uppercut and grabs a clinch. Flamebeard tries another trip, but Jackson is too strong. Another trip attempt from Flamebeard and another defense from Jackson. Flamebeard grabs Jackson pushes him to the cage and tries to throw him to the ground, but he overcommits and Jackson throws Flambeard to the cage. They stay in the clinch for a long while, until the ref breaks them up. Jackson lands a kick and a couple of punches that only find gloves before the round ends.


Round three sees Flamebeard press the action again throwing some ragged punches, that Jackson is able to move away from. Jackson misses too, and then lands a blow to the shoulder of Flambeard. They spend some more time circling each other and Flambeard throws another flurry of punches that land on the arms of Jackson who defended well. Flamebeard winds up for a bomb of a right, but a short left hook disrupts his timing. Jackson nails him with a brutal right hook, right on the side of the head. Flamebeard goes down, and he is out! The time of the fight is 1:30.
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FIGHT TWO


“The Hunter” Jace Mason
24, 6'2” 0-1


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“Dammit” Dusty Coldwater
22, 6'1” 1-1


Blurcat predicts Mason by TKO


The fight begins with both fighters being cautious. They clinch for a long time with nothing really happening. The ref breaks them and Mason comes back with a big flurry, but most really were blocked or landed on Coldwater's arms. They exchange again in close, and clinch once more. Nothing happens. The ref has to break them again. Coldwater isn't mounting much offense as he waits. The round ends.


Round two starts faster. Mason lands a very nice hook to open up. Coldwater comes right back with a couple of shots. Mason doesn't press and Coldwater gets his senses back as both fighters continue to circle each other. Both fighters come in close for an exchange, but neither is able to get the upper hand. Mason lands a looping punch from the outside that rattles Coldwater again. Coldwater tries to find an angle, maybe for a takedown, but can't find any. The round ends without any more action.


The final round begins and Coldwater has to come out fast. He looks like he is looking for a takedown, but some good shots from Mason keep him back. Mason lands another good shot, and is being very wary of Coldwater trying to find space for another takedown. Mason lands some more shots from the outside, and Dusty just cannot find the strikes here, or the space to shoot for the takedown. The fight ends.


All three judges score the fight 30-27 for The Hunter.
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FIGHT THREE


“Doomvan” Alex Donovan
23, 6'3” 1-1


v.


“The British Buzzsaw” Anthony Lee
22, 6'0” 1-0


Blurcat predicts Donovan by submission


Both men start slow as they look to see what the other has. Lee is able to force the clinch and both men grapple for position. Lee uses a trip and gets Donovan to the ground, but stays up. He pushes his legs aside and goes for side, but Donovan is too quick and gets up, while pushing Lee to the ground. Donovan is in guard, and tries to stand and throws a couple of blows. Lee goes for an armbar, but Donovan defends that easily and lands a couple more shots. Donovan moves toward side control but Lee tries to get up, but gets pinned on the cage. He is open for a couple more shots from Donovan. Donovan tries to get one of the arms, and then works for a crucifix on Lee. Lee eventually succumbs to the assault but by now the round is over.


Round two sees Donovan start with a shot, but Lee returns with a brutal leg kick. Donoavn backs off, and they exchange blows again. They exchange a second time, and for a third time before Lee is able to grab the clinch. Lee hits a knee, takes a shot, then pushes Donovan all the way back to the cage where he lands another knee. Donovan and Lee wrestle around, back and forth, and Lee gets another punch off. There is a stalemate, and the ref breaks them up. They exchange again and Lee hits a solid shot on the nose, that backs off Donovan and the round ends.


Donovan starts round three waiting to see what happens. Lee throws a big right, and moves Donovan back to the cage. Lee steps in and throws another shot, but Donovan throws inside of that, and Lee is tagged on the chin. Lee goes down stunned, and Donovan dives in for the finish, but Lee defends, and pulls guard. Donovan stands for some GnP, and Lee takes a couple of shots. Donovan is able to control the fight from the top and he works for a submission. Lee does his best to defend, but Donovan is gaining inch by inch. Another crucifix attempt for Donovan, and he gets it, but Lee holds out long enough for the fight to end.


All three judges score it 29-28 for Doomvan Donovan.
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FIGHT FOUR


“Anvil Hands” Brian Johnson
24, 6'1” 2-0


v.


“The Windmill” Windy Miller
22, 5'5”, 1-0


Blurcat predicts Miller by decision


Round one is marked with boxing from both men, Miller hit the best shot of the round, and Johnson looked frustrated that he couldn't get away from the troll. They clinch with Johnson hitting a knee, and taking a couple of shots to the stomach. And the round ends with the fighters clinched.


Round two begins with more boxing and Johnson is attacking harder here. He lands a couple and then moves away, lands again and keeps Miller from loading up his big shots. Johnson continues to pick Miller off with his boxing, and Miller switches tactics and starts throwing some kicks instead. Where last round saw Miller doing better with his boxing, this round Johnson has been much better.


Round three starts slow. Both men look a little gassed at this point. Miller starts with a missed punch then Johnson answers with a jab that does. Miller takes another jab then tries to close the space and comes forward. Johnson lands a perfect roundhouse to the head and Miller is shaken, but he doesn't go down. He covers up and Johnson attacks with everything he has. Miller continues to hold on and clinches up smothering the attack. Miller lands a hard knee in the clinch, and Johnson looks winded from that exchange. They break and Miller lands another shot. How did he manage to survive that? The fight comes to an end.


30-27, 29-28, 29-28 all for “Anvil Hands” Brian Johnson
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What did I tell you. Flamebroiled Flamebeard!

And I'm really surprised that Donovan nearly ended the fight twice against Lee,
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The road to the title goes through the ANVIL!
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A win is a win I suppose, but hopefully next time, with that many clinches, Mason doesn't let the result lie in the judges hands.
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What did I tell you. Flamebroiled Flamebeard!

And I'm really surprised that Donovan nearly ended the fight twice against Lee,

Luckily they both came near rounds end or it could have been over. Should have tried to keep the fight standing more, Lee is not a ground fighter.
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Old 01-14-2009, 06:16 PM   #148
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Post Fight


Anvil Hands Johnson is qualified to fight the winner of the Nielsen-Thomas fight for the FOFC Title.


FOFC MMA Announces FOFC 6.


A slate of 4 fights have been scheduled for the end of the year, 2009. Here is a list of the proposed fights.


“The Canadian” John Williams 0-2 v. '”Magnificent” Matt Alexander 0-2
“Le Bleuet” Nicolas Fillion 0-1 v. “The Silent Assassin” Rohan Shah 0-2
“Tiny” Bruce Douglas 1-1 v. “The Hunter” Jace Mason 1-1
“Smart” Alec Sander 1-1 v. “Le Rat Musque” Nicolas Fillion 1-1


Williams, Alexander and Shah are in danger of being released from their contracts. All three need a win, at least one will go.


Douglas and Mason are both coming off of wins, and Sander and Fillion are trying to move up the ranks.
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FOFC 6 Fight Breakdown


The first fight has to be looked at as a second chance for two fighters who have been dissapointing in their short FOFC MMA careers. Williams lost his fights to Sander and Action Jackson, while Alexander lost to CW Nielsen and Doomvan Donovan. The only fight not to go the distance was the Nielsen – Alexander fight where Alexander was TKOed but was winning the fight before that. This fight should go the distance. Both men are fairly well matched, if Alexander can get it to the ground he will have the advantage, while Williams will have the advantage as long as he can stay up.


The second fight features the make it or break it fight for Rohan Shah. Shah has a big height and reach advantage, and if he can get the fight to the ground should be able to control the fight. What he has to be careful of is Fillion's stand up. Fillion is shorter and can is still strong, and can land hard shots from underneath. And of course, he has a score to settle as he is trying to make up for being TKOed in his last fight in under a minute. Both men can change the direction of their careers with a win here.


Fight three features the strength and ground attack of Bruce Douglas with the stand up and well rounded assault that the Hunter brings to a fight. Both men are big, so size won't be a factor here. Douglas was beaten in his first fight by Anvil Hands, but rebounded to win a decision over Rohan Shah in his last fight. The Hunter lost his initial fight by submission to Flamebeard, but was able to rebound against a tough Dusty Coldwater. Douglas has to watch out for Mason's good boxing and muay thai skills, but he should be able to control the fight if it goes to the ground. The winner will have a good bit of momentum and will position themselves well to challenge for the title.


The last fight features two men who will be pretty even in a stand up fight. Both men are good boxers and the chances of this fight going to the ground are slim and none. Both men like to counter and pick holes, so this could be a classic counter punching fight. If the fight goes longer the advantage should be with Sander, as Fillion isn't built to go long. If there was a fight that wasn't going to go the distance it would be this one. Sander's only win was a narrow decision over Williams, but he lost to Nielsen in his last fight. For Fillion he filled in for his brother and scored a win over Doomvan Donovan, but was TKOed by Anvil Hands in his last fight. This should be a good contest.
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FOFC 6
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All fighters came in under the weight limit of 205lbs.


Rob Nielsen is at ringside and does an interview questioning Niclovin's heart, and his desire to fight him. Erik Flamebeard also gives an interview stating that he is back in training following his knockout loss. He says that his next opponent better lookout.
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