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Old 06-21-2020, 08:36 PM   #81
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As odd as it sounds, Chuvalo's career is playing out in your universe almost exactly as it was in real life.
The man just can't catch a break lol

Thanks again for the update. Great Father's Day gift.

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Thanks, Money99. Happy Father's Day!

Chuvalo has not caught many breaks but George Foreman would tell him to "cry me a river".
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Old 06-21-2020, 08:45 PM   #82
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MAY 2002 UBF THURSDAY NIGHT FIGHTS
Result

Max Schmeling defeats Joe Glass by KO at 0:37 of Round 1
Schmeling knocked out Glass on just 4 punches landed on Thursday night. With the win, the Black Uhlan is 9-1-0 (6) and has won nine straight since being knocked out in the 7th round of his first career fight by current champion Rocky Marciano. Schmeling continues to inch toward the UBF Heavyweight Top 10.
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Old 06-23-2020, 03:59 PM   #83
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MAY 2002 UBF SATURDAY NIGHT FIGHTS
Results

Luther McCarty defeats Chris Byrd by TKO at 1:36 of Round 8
Though the punch numbers were very close (81-74 PL for McCarty) Byrd was knocked down in rounds 2, 5 and 7 before the fight was finally brought to a halt in the 8th. Watching this unfold, gave you the sense that it was just a matter of time.

Note: This was my first TKO that came by rolling a 99 on the Event Chart.

Anthony Joshua defeats Donovan Ruddock at 0:31 of Round 2
Ruddock is consistent, if nothing else. Razor has won 4 fights by knockout and has also suffered 4 defeats by knockout. The defeats have all come very early in his fights.

George Godfrey defeats Bob Satterfield by Unanimous Decision
Judges: 96-92, 99-91, 97-92
It didn't get off to a good start Godfrey as he was knocked down early in the first round but by the end of Round 1 he had dropped Satterfield twice. Godfrey scored another knockdown in the 7th round and generally controlled things especially as Satterfield fatigued down the stretch.

Note: I think that 1st round was my first ever with 3 knockdowns and each fighter was knocked down on top of it. Wild!

Wladimir Klitschko defeats Buddy Baer by TKO at 2:54 of Round 5
Dr. Steelhammer set the tone early as he scored 2nd and 3rd round knockdowns of Baer. Baer also swelling and a cut to his right eye and a bloody nose. It wasn't pretty.

Bob Fitzsimmons defeats Ken Norton by KO at 2:37 of Round 4
Fitzsimmons knocked Norton down in the 1st round and finished him in the 4th. On the night, Fitz landed 55 punches to 32 for Norton.





JUNE 2002 UBF TOP 10 RANKINGS

Champion: Rocky Marciano 8-1-0 (7)

Contenders
1. Joe Frazier 8-1-1 (6)*
2. Gene Tunney 9-0-0 (5)
3. James Jeffries 5-2-1 (2)*
4. David Tua 8-1-0 (6)
5. Lennox Lewis 5-2-1 (3)
6. Muhammad Ali 5-1-1 (1)
7. Abe Simon 6-3-0 (4)
8. George Chuvalo 5-3-1 (5)
9. Bob Fitzsimmons 5-3-0 (4)
10. Cleveland Williams 3-3-0 (2)

*denotes former champion





JUNE 2002 UBF THURSDAY NIGHT FIGHT CARD

1. #22 Anthony Joshua 4-3-1 (4) vs Tunney Hunsaker UNR
2. #12 Wladimir Klitschko 6-0-0 (4) vs Sam Levigne UNR
3. #9 Bob Fitzsimmons 5-3-0 (4) vs Victor Layton UNR





JUNE 2002 UBF SATURDAY NIGHT FIGHT CARD

1. TITLE FIGHT: #5 Lennox "The Lion" Lewis 5-2-1 (3) vs Champion "The Brockton Blockbuster" Rocky Marciano 8-1-0 (7)

2. #7 Abe "The Ape" Simon 6-3-0 (4) vs #3 "The Boilermaker" Jim Jeffries 5-2-1 (2)

3. #18 "Irish" Jerry Quarry 6-3-0 (3) vs #11 "The Hanover Giant" Tommy Burns 5-2-0 (2)

4. #29 "The Crafty Texan" Frank Childs 3-5-0 (1) vs #25 Ossie "Jaws" Ocasio 5-3-1 (4)

5. #30 "The Alameda Assassin" Lou Nova 2-1-0 (2) vs #21 "Iron" Mike Tyson 7-1-0 (7)

Referees: Richard Steele (Title Fight), Ruby Goldstein, Larry Hazzard
Judges: Gwen Adair, Robert Hoyle, Larry Rozadilla, Alternate: Harold Lederman
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JUNE 2002 UBF THURSDAY NIGHT FIGHTS
Results

Anthony Joshua defeats Tunney Hunsaker by TKO at 1:26 of Round 1
Joshua came out punching, scored a knockdown and kept punishing Hunsaker until the fight was stopped. Joshua improved his record to 5-3-1 (5) with the TKO win.

Wladimir Klitschko defeats Sam Levigne by KO at 1:39 of Round 2
Levigne had a significantly swollen left eye by the end of the 1st round, when Klitschko landed 20 punches and he didn't last much past the middle of Round 2. Dr. Steelhammer's impressive mark is now 7-0-0 (5) as his continues his trek towards a top 10 ranking.

Bob Fitzsimmons defeats Victor Layton by KO at 1:26 of Round 1
It took Fitzsimmons landing just 11 punches to knock out Levigne on Thursday night. Bob is now 6-3-0 (5).
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JUNE 2002 UBF SATURDAY NIGHT FIGHTS
Results

Mike Tyson defeats Lou Nova by TKO at 0:37 of Round 7
Iron Mike scored knockdowns in the 3rd, 4th and 7th rounds before referee Larry Hazzard finally brought an end to the proceedings. Tyson now has 8 knockouts in 8 victories with one loss.

Frank Childs and Ossie Ocasio bout ruled No Contest
Each fighter suffered a knockdown but ultimately this fight was ruled a No Contest when Ocasio unintentionally thumbed Childs' right eye. After the ringside doctor ruled that it was unsafe for Childs to continue, referee Ruby Goldstein officially called the fight at 1:13 of Round 5. The UBF, through a press release, said that they had no plans to reschedule this fight.

Note: Through 4 rounds, this fight was a Split Draw.

Tommy Burns defeats Jerry Quarry by TKO at 1:13 of Round 3
Burns knocked Quarry down early in the 3rd round and then trapped him in the corner and punished him until referee Larry Hazzard stepped in. Burns is now 6-2-0 (3).

James Jeffries defeats Abe Simon by TKO at 1:00 of Round 7
Jeffries controlled the bout from the opening bell but was issued 3 warnings for low blows in the first 6 rounds and eventually had a point deducted in the 6th. One low blow from a disqualification, Jeffries landed punch after vicious punch to open the 7th causing referee Ruby Goldstein to stop the fight 1 minute in.

TITLE FIGHT
Rocky Marciano defeats Lennox Lewis by TKO at 2:54 of Round 10
Marciano went to the canvas in the 7th and 9th rounds after dropping Lewis in the 3rd. However, a slip and a push were ruled when the champ went down. Overall, Marciano was in complete control and as the match wore on the only question remaining was whether or not we would go the full 12. Referee Richard Steele answered that question late in the 10th.





JULY 2002 UBF TOP 10 RANKINGS

Champion: Rocky Marciano 9-1-0 (8)

Contenders
1. Joe Frazier 8-1-1 (6)*
2. Gene Tunney 9-0-0 (5)
3. James Jeffries 6-2-1 (3)*
4. David Tua 8-1-0 (6)
5. Muhammad Ali 5-1-1 (1)
6. Lennox Lewis 5-3-1 (3)
7. Abe Simon 6-4-0 (4)
8. Tommy Burns 6-2-0 (3)
9. George Chuvalo 5-3-1 (5)
10. Bob Fitzsimmons 6-3-0 (5)

*denotes former champion





JULY 2002 UBF THURSDAY NIGHT FIGHT CARD

1. #8 Tommy Burns 6-2-0 (3) vs Jack Styles UNR





JULY 2002 UBF SATURDAY NIGHT FIGHT CARD

1. #4 "The Tuaman" David Tua 8-1-0 (6) vs #1 Smokin' Joe Frazier 8-1-1 (6)

2. #14 "Big" George Foreman 3-4-0 (2) vs #13 "The Black Uhlan of the Rhine" Max Schmeling 9-1-0 (6)

3. #26 "The Quiet Man" John Ruiz 3-3-0 (2) vs #23 "The Gypsy King" Tyson Fury 2-0-0 (2)

4. #25 Ossie "Jaws" Ocasio 5-3-1 (4) vs #24 James "Buster" Douglas 5-3-0 (4)

5. Oscar "Ringo" Bonavena 0-2-0 (0) vs #28 "Our" Henry Cooper 5-4-0 (2)

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I like this July 2002 card. Tua is fighting a low-risk, high-reward fight against Frazier. Though we all expect Frazier to win, the way the Ranking Points system works the winner will be #1 and the loser will be #4. Tua is already #4 so he has nothing to lose and plenty to gain.

Foreman-Schmeling is very interesting too. Big George has had the worst luck of any fighter in the UBF and Schmeling has won 9 in a row since a 7th round KO by Marciano in his first fight.

Of course, Fury and Douglas are fighters that I like to see in action and Bonavena could face retirement if he loses to Cooper. That would be a shame because Bonavena is a very good fighter. Seeing him gone so quickly would be bad.
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JULY 2002 UBF THURSDAY NIGHT FIGHTS
Result

Tommy Burns defeats Jack Styles by Unanimous Decision
Judges: 59-55, 59-54, 60-54
The crowd at Thursday's UBF showcase was left a little disappointed as Tommy Burns seemed to go through the motions in winning a unanimous decision over Jack Styles. Burns, now a top 10 contender, is the man who knocked out Mike Tyson so the fans wanted more from him on this night. Burns is now 7-2-0 (3).
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As I've mentioned before, I've been working on a more robust system for retirements. I've got one put together now.

The "3 losses more than wins" rule still applies and will continue to get rid of bad fighters quickly.

Without going into too much detail, at 10 fights completed fighters will now possibly retire even if they don't meet the above criteria. The formula uses their winning percentage as the qualifier for whether or not they consider retirement. If they are below the threshold, a multiplier of their Will rating determines whether or not they retire.

As they fight more fights the threshold for the winning percentage goes up and so does the Will rating multiplier.

This should start weeding out .500 fighters that don't ever fall 3 wins below their loss total as early as 10 fights into their career though the chances of retirement doesn't get real serious until around fight number 25 (at which time the winning percentage threshold is .575).

Without less than likely dice rolls, this should inject new talent into the UBF by getting rid of guys that aren't going anywhere in the rankings without ending careers too early.

It also sets the bar for good fighters at around 50 fights before they start thinking of hanging it up. The best fighters may even go 80 or 90 fights before retirement becomes a real possibility.

We'll see how it works out and, of course, it's always subject to change depending on the results.

It should be noted that I have a rule for rounding the Will multiplier, the maximum Will is 19 (out of 20) and that draws and no contests do not count in the winning percentage (though draws do count towards the number of fights completed).

For example, a fighter who is 5-4-1 has 10 fights completed and has won 5 of 9 (.556) of his eligible fights.

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