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#21 Rei

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Posted 11 March 2017 - 02:59 AM

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"I beat Leonidas, I beat Waves and I'm gonna beat Studge, then what? Maybe I'll pay another belt-holder a visit cause I don't see anyone else in this division giving me a challenge. Lord knows could do with a camp that involves no weight-cutting."


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Posted 15 March 2017 - 02:37 PM

 Hello all, we are at Wild Bob’s Bar for a night of fisticuffs and bloodbaths. We are here for the second of many; this is the Wednesday Night Delight 2!!

185LB: Douglas White (4-0 MMA, 1-0 FFA) vs Left Ball (3-1 MMA, 0-0 FFA)

“Wild Man” White is off to a lightning quick start to his career, with 4 wins, all with the same finish. He will look to continue his rapid pace, with his impressive stand up and wrestling game. On the other side is Mr. Ball, who hit a snag in his last fight, but looks to impress in his first fight with the company. He has an outstanding muay thai game, and will look to control the pace with it.

205LB: Ivan Kozlov (3-2 MMA, 0-1 FFA) vs Darren McPunchface (3-2 MMA, 2-1 FFA)

An interesting fight we have here folks. Kozlov came up short in his promotional debut, which just happened to be against our champion, Billy Khan. “Mr Coach” is no slouch in the fight game. A well-rounded fighter, he brings a “whatever it takes” attitude to this fight. McPunchface is a relative veteran in FFA. He brings a KO or be KO’d attitude to the ring. He wants those odds to swing in his favour for this matchup.

205LB: Jimmy Bowie (2-1 MMA, 0-0 FFA) vs James McGuire (2-0 MMA, 1-0 FFA)

Bowie is a newcomer to FFA, and he has a chance to make a good first impression. His wrestling controls most of his MMA game, and he will look to control the fight with it. McGuire had a great start to his FFA, with a very quick KO. He wants to continue it with his stand up game; to go along with his stifling wrestling attack.

265LB: Buck Steed (0-0 MMA, 0-0 FFA) vs Paul Lovelair (0-0 MMA, 0-0 FFA)

A couple of newcomers to FFA, and to the sport as well. We have Steed on one side, who has shown an impressive stand up game among the amateur ranks. Lovelair brings a great muay thai game to the ring. Look for this fight to stay on the feet.

Preliminaries:

205LB: Charles Salvador (2-1 MMA, 0-1 FFA) vs Larus Eliasson (1-0 MMA, 1-0 FFA)

155LB: Daniel Edmond (1-3 MMA, 0-3 FFA) vs Walter White Jr (3-4 MMA, 0-2 FFA)

145LB: Dave Spencer (2-1 MMA, 2-1 FFA) vs Julio Chavez (1-1-1 MMA, 0-1 FFA)

155LB: Zach Attack (0-0 MMA, 0-0 FFA) vs Tyler Jensen (0-3 MMA, 0-2 FFA)

155LB: Ulquiorra Cifer (2-0 MMA, 2-0 FFA) vs John McNickles (0-2 MMA, 0-1 FFA)

205LB: Semen Dolgov (2-5 MMA, 0-1 FFA) vs Mike Hayes (1-1 MMA, 0-1 FFA)

 

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Posted 17 March 2017 - 03:26 PM

 We are in Hayashi’s Lounge for a big night in the history of FFA. We have two big title fights with important implications for the future of the Freedom Fighting Alliance. Sit back and enjoy; we will not disappoint.

 

145LB Title: Hiroshi Ekaku (5-0 MMA, 3-0 FFA) vs Rudy Gay (3-0 MMA, 1-0 FFA)

“Gakusei” is on an absolute tear to start his FFA career. He has cruised though 3 opponents and 2 title fights. In fact, if he wins this fight, he will have the most wins in FFA history with 4. Ekaku’s strength lies in his all-around ability to bring the fight anywhere and excel. His opponent, Gay, has embarrassed his previous three opponents with his superior submission skills. Even though he is no slouch in any other area of MMA; his submission skills are what really stand out. He will look to continue that in the biggest match of his career.

170LB Title: Matt Del Rio (6-0 MMA, 2-0 FFA) vs Pavel Hryunov (4-0 MMA, 2-0 FFA)

Young Del Rio has come out of the gates very quickly for such a young man. Already a champion, he will look to get his first title defense under his belt. A well-rounded fighter, he will look to finish, as none of his 6 opponents have last until decision. Pavel has earned a title shot with two very impressive wins under the FFA banner. His stand up is very scary, as a knockout can come at any time. Look for him to keep the fight on the feet and finish.

205LB: Ali Bagov (2-0 MMA, 1-0 FFA) vs Splash Wetness (2-0 MMA, 2-0 FFA)

“Hulk” has been a machine to begin his career. In his FFA debut he stopped former title challenger Koslov Kovalenko in less than two minutes. His ground game is deadly, and he will most likely look to take this one to the ground. He will look to continue his hot streak against a new challenger. Splash Wetness is a former basketball star with MMA aspirations. He has shown a solid muay thai game so far; so he will look to keep this fight on the feet.

185LB: John Wick (4-3 MMA, 0-1 FFA) vs Dickie Murphy (3-1 MMA, 1-0 FFA)

John Wick has had an up and down start to his career. He will look to start a winning streak in this fight. He features a solid all-around game, with his best feature being his boxing. Dickie Murphy has been on a roll as of late. Winning three in a row after losing his first fight. He wants to continue his good fortune against Wick. He has good stand up, but also a solid wrestling game, which could help him pick up the W in this fight.

Preliminaries:

170LB: Leandro Maeda (4-3 MMA, 1-1 FFA) vs Big Smoke (3-3 MMA, 1-1 FFA)

205LB: Evander Boston (1-3 MMA, 1-1 FFA) vs Mick Olar (0-1 MMA, 0-0 FFA)

170LB: Gregory O Connor (2-1 MMA, 2-1 FFA) vs Ulfar Reynisson (0-2 MMA, 0-2 FFA)

205LB: Ipilimumab Yervoy (0-0 MMA, 0-0 FFA) vs Demarcus James (3-2 MMA, 0-1 FFA)

170LB: Bearnard McRobeirt (2-1 MMA, 0-0 FFA) vs Kurtis Curbstomp (2-3 MMA, 2-2 FFA)

155LB: Antonio Brown (2-2 MMA, 1-1 FFA) vs Tony Wilson (3-1 MMA, 1-1 FFA)

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Posted 20 March 2017 - 03:51 PM

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Posted 21 March 2017 - 03:02 AM

Event: FFA: Wednesday Night Delight 3

Arena: Wild Bob's Bar

Date: March 22nd, 2017

 

We are happy that you joined us tonight at Wild Bob’s Bar in New York. It’s a night filled with prospects looking to make a name for themselves and force their way into the title picture. Let’s get right into it!

185LB: Solid Snake (2-2 MMA, 1-0 FFA) vs Aaron Mason (3-1 MMA, 1-0 FFA)

Our main event tonight is an interesting one to say the least. Both fighters came into FFA hot with a win, and both want to continue their winning ways. Snake has a fantastic ground game, which is highlighted by his suffocating wrestling style. He will no doubt look to drag his opponent to the ground and impose his will. Mason is a well-known first round finisher, regardless if he’s on the winning end or not. His calculating muay thai game is his calling card. He will look to keep it on the feet and have Snake seeing stars.

185LB: Sam Witcher (1-0 MMA, 0-0 FFA) vs Randy Miller (3-3 MMA, 2-1 FFA)

Our co-main brings a newcomer against an FFA vet. Sam Witcher is a relative newcomer to the sport along with being at FFA. He impressed in his first fight, with an aggressive muay thai attack. Randy Miller is an all-around solid MMA fighter. A ‘grind it out’ type, he is not afraid to bring a fight to a decision. We don’t know what to expect from this one folks!

170LB: Holmar Skulason (0-2 MMA, 0-2 FFA) vs Smitty Werbenjagermanjensen (2-1 MMA, 2-1 FFA)

Holmar has not had luck on his side so far in his career. Primarily a wrestler, he has been submitted in both career fights. Hopefully he has put in the work at the gym to fix these problems, and end his woes. Smitty, also a strong wrestler, is on the opposite side of the spectrum, riding a two-fight win streak. His game plan will focus on the ground. This could be a ground battle for the ages!

265LB: Valak Divael (4-4 MMA, 0-0 FFA) vs Wolfgang Muller (0-0 MMA, 0-0 FFA

An important fight in our newest division, these two want to prove their worth in the heavyweight division. Divael is a slugger through and through. He is an outstanding boxer, which has carried him thus far in his career. Muller has not yet experienced a fight, but sources say his muay thai is bonkers; and that he is not intimidated for his first fight.

 

Preliminaries:

 

265LB: Brock Medina (0-2 MMA, 0-2 FFA) vs Howlin Wolf (0-0 MMA, 0-0 FFA)

155LB: Larus Sturlusson (1-2 MMA, 1-2 FFA) vs Rafael Galvao (1-0 MMA, 0-0 FFA)

185LB: Jackson Portis (0-0 MMA, 0-0 FFA) vs Ezekiel Lovelair (1-0 MMA, 1-0 FFA)

170LB: Nathan Drake (0-1 MMA, 0-1 FFA) vs Terry Gonon (5-14 MMA, 0-2 FFA)

145LB: Remo McCllum (3-3 MMA, 0-2 FFA) vs Jeremy Farmahini (1-3 MMA, 1-2 FFA)

185LB: James Brown (3-5 MMA, 0-1 FFA) vs Humberto Lima (2-4 MMA, 0-1 FFA)

 

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Posted 06 April 2017 - 04:30 AM

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This will be a fight for the ages but I know I will emerge victorious. My training is top notch and I am in beast mode
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#27 Frumgar

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Posted 07 April 2017 - 07:25 AM

Yo, Ukrainian dude! You have compiled a good record, so far, in the cage. Good for you, good for you. However I'm prepared and I'm nothing like the others you've fought. You better bring that beast mode of yours, or I will be seriously disappointed. My gameplan is simple, I'll work your head as Lars Ulrich beats his drums and I'll use your limbs as my guitar strings. The ref will raise my hand in victory and the rock and roll train keeps going forward!
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#28 aaronbain71

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Posted 07 April 2017 - 08:51 PM

Event- FFA 14: Ekaku vs Soze

Arena- Hayashi’s Lounge

Date- April 8, 2017

 

A new night of fights is upon us folks. This event will show off the wealth of talent we have in FFA. Sit back and relax this occasion is going to be a bloodbath.

 

145LB Title: Hiroshi Ekaku (6-0 MMA, 4-0 FFA) vs Keyser Soze (5-0 MMA, 0-0 FFA)

A big title fight in the history of FFA. “Gakusei” is the most prolific champion in FFA’s short life. He has taken on all comers and laid waste to all opposition with relative ease. His game is well-rounded, as you can see by his 3 KO wins to go along with his 2 submission wins. Soze is a new comer with something to prove. He comes as the reigning Honour Fighting Championship 145 champ. His impressing muay thai game has led him to an undefeated record that will be tested come Saturday night.

 

170LB: Smitty Werbenjagermanjensen (3-1 MMA, 3-1 FFA) vs Barry Squireson (3-1 MMA, 1-0 FFA)

Smitty is a rare breed. An FFA lifer that has never known any other home. After a rough start he has rallied with 3 straight wins and is begging for a title shot. He can wrestle with the best of them, and maybe one day soon he will live up to his nickname of ‘Number One’. Squireson is newer to the org but has shown his worth. He finishes fights real quick with all his fights ending in the first round. His muay thai expertise has got him to where he is so far.

 

155LB: Frank Zappa (3-3 MMA, 0-0 FFA) vs Alistar Silva (4-3 MMA, 2-1 FFA)

Zappa is new to the fold and is looking to make an immediate impact. A submission specialist with a 500 record, he will look to start a winning streak and get on Mr. Dangerous’ radar. Silva had his FFA win streak snapped in his last outing. He will look to use Zappa to start a new one. This could turn out to be a ground war as Silva is also a ground whiz.

 

170LB: Tony Duff (2-0 MMA, 0-0 FFA) vs Young Gunner (4-2 MMA, 0-0 FFA)

A couple of new comers with bright futures will look to show off their stuff to start off the main card. “Too Tough” Duff is a submission specialist, but he also hasn’t fought in more than 4 months. Will ring rust rear its ugly head in this fight? Mr. Gunner is a wrestling machine (a la Kurt Angle) that looks to wear opponents down. It could become a battle on the ground to see who is superior.

 

Preliminaries:

 

155LB: Ireneusz Doniecki (3-1 MMA, 0-0 FFA) vs Tony Wilson (4-1 MMA, 2-1 FFA)

265LB: Buck Steed (1-0 MMA, 1-0 FFA) vs Zangief Lamochenko (5-0 MMA, 0-0 FFA)

145LB: John Dorian (0-1 MMA, 0-0 FFA) vs Dave Spencer (3-1 MMA, 3-1 FFA)

170LB: Barca Carthage (1-2 MMA, 1-0 FFA) vs Andrew Cowin (1-0 MMA, 1-0 FFA)

155LB: Antonio Brown (2-3 MMA, 1-2 FFA) vs Samuel Cooke (0-0 MMA, 0-0 FFA)

155LB: Tyler Jensen (0-4 MMA, 0-3 FFA) vs Chad Richards (0-1 MMA, 0-0 FFA)

 

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Posted 28 July 2017 - 07:10 PM

Preview for FFA 31: Relentless

 

 

Straight from the Liberty Dome in New York, Freedom Fighting Alliance is delivering an other ten fight card with FFA 31: Relentless. And relentless it will be, when FFA's featherweight elite has a go at it in tonight's main event and co-main event. With the 145 championship being on the line in the headliner. It is a night of fights highly anticipated. Let's have a look at the highlights of the card.

 

 

Chester "Hollywood" Jones (10-1; 1-0 in FFA) vs Aron Karlsson (7-0; 6-0 in FFA)

For the FFA Featherweight Championship of the World

 

 

Chester “Hollywood” Jones splashed straight into the title picture. Only one fight under FCA's banner was enough for the powers that be, to grant him a stab at the featherweight title. After handing Zhuy Hong his first submission loss and rocking a 10-1 record, the 21 year young Jones was deemed to be the worthy next challenger. Having been a former bantamweight champion for the somewhat short-lived RXC, Jones is no stranger to the pressures of championship fights. He did make the shift to featherweight just recently though, entering this weight class just as he started fighting for the FFA. Winning a title in an other promotion and in an other weight class at the same time, would definitely raise some eyebrows. Especially if it would be done by such a young prospect. But in his way is an equally talented and equally young fighter, who has what he wants. Aron Karlson is unbeaten in his young career. He is FFA's second ever featherweight champion. Should he defend his title once more tonight, then he would be tied with the first ever FFA featherweight champion, Hiroshi Ekaku, for three straight defenses.

Both fighters are BJJ brown belts and excel in finding submissions, for Chester Jones has finished all of his 10 victories by way of submission and Aron Karlson has won all but one of his bouts by submitting his man. These two opponents match up so well that it is hard to make a confident case for either fighter. An extremely volatile fight and possibly the sternest test for both combatants involved.

 

 

Vigorio Gonzalez (8-2; 4-1 in FFA) vs Hiroshi "Gakusei" Ekaku (8-1; 6-1 in FFA)

Featherweight bout

 

The aforementioned first and only other FFA featherweight champion, Hiroshi Ekaku, will be in for a fight in the co-main event. And should he win this one, he would likely get into just the right spot to have another go at the title that he once held. Especially if Karlson should defend his strap. Such a match-up would put the only two ever FFA featherweight champions against each other. Both tied with three defenses. But for this to happen, not only does Karlson have to defend the title, Ekaku also has to beat a very dangerous opponent in Vigorio Gonzalez.

Gonzales has been with the FFA nearly from the start and won four of his five fights for the promotion. Indeed, his single loss within the FFA came at the hands of now champion, Aron Karlson. Something that he has in common with his opponent tonight. Also Gonzales has bested Rudy Gay in his last outing. Rudy Gay, a man who fought for the title in question himself already and who will make an appearance as well on this very fight card. So Vigorio Gonzales, who has won his last two, can make a strong case for being a viable challenger already. And a win over former champion would seem to make him an undeniable challenger. So in many ways this co-main event is the eliminator to find the next challenger for the featherweight title.

 

 

Also on the card

 

Daniel "Double D" Dimitrov (5-2; 1-0 in FFA) vs Borislav "Krusher" Trusov (4-1; 1-1 in FFA)

Heavyweight bout

 

“Double D”, standing over two meters tall, towers over many of his adversaries. And whenever he fought, the outcome was that somebody ended up being knocked out. Two times it was him, five times his opponent. Now he seeks to give Borislav Trusov a run for his money. A man, who has yet to be knocked out (or submitted for that matter). Both guys are-clear cut stand-up fighters. With Borislav nearly exclusively relying on his hands, whereas Dimitrov is a bit more versatile, using all of his limbs. This one could get wild!

 

 

Rudy Gay (5-3; 2-3 in FFA) vs Jeremy "Lil" Heathen (8-4; 1-1 in FFA)

Lightweight bout

 

After finding mixed success at featherweight, Rudy Gay climbed a weight class. He will now compete at lightweight. A weight class, for which he just has to cut very little weight. Blaming his losses to suspect conditioning due to weight cutting, we will see how he will do at 155. But now Rudy Gay will have to prove himself anew and come from behind ……

Anyway, his opponent will be Jeremy Heathen, who fought nearly all of his fights at 155 and even had two stints at 170. Yet he is of the same size as Gay. Which shows that Gay was indeed a big boy for his weight class. A massive sweaty stud, who'll put his submission prowess (80%) vs. Heathen's KO ratio (87.50%).


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Posted 28 July 2017 - 10:49 PM

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"Studge aint coming back because he knows I'm here waiting to take the belt from him. On top of that, Jeremy "Lil Bitch" Heathen just ran out of the building during his post-fight presser 'cause they told him that they wanna book the two of us next. I heard they got search parties after him and everything, but even the bloodclart bloodhounds can't find that pussyhole"

 

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Posted 29 July 2017 - 07:35 AM

Thanks for the great preview
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Posted 29 July 2017 - 07:11 PM

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Posted 05 August 2017 - 08:55 PM

Preview for FFA 32: Wasteland

 

 

FFA 32: Wasteland once again takes the liberty to steal the show in New York's Liberty Dome. With a headliner for 265 gold and a line-up of fights between some of the best up and comers in MMA, it is another show that shapes out to be the talk of the town.

 

 

Arjuna "Holy Boy" Ramadan (3-1; 2-0 in FFA) vs Johnny Deluxe (14-6; 3-0 in FFA)

For the FFA Heavyweight Championship of the World

 

Arjuna “Holy Boy” Ramadan was blessed with a title shot. Well is it a blessing? Or is it an ass-whipping in disguise? This question will be solved in tonight's main event. Being just four fights into his career, Ramadan got the nod to challenge Johnny Deluxe, who stands to have a significant edge in experience. Ramadan is however considered a very talented prospect and even has a black belt in BJJ to his name, which may prove to be significant since Deluxe (a brown belt in his own right) gets all of his work done on the ground. So while this fight may look deceptively lop-sided just looking at both guy's records, the heavyweight champ would be best advised to not take this challenge lightly or he may be separated from his gold a lot quicker than he thinks.

 

 

Harold "The Gorilla" Harmbe (11-6-1; 1-1-1 in FFA) vs Konstantin "Zuy" Zuev (12-9; 1-1 in FFA)

Light Heavyweight bout

 

The co-main event sees two fighters collide at 205. Both guys are looking to establish a respectable standing outside of the Island. Something that many fighters, even those that did well on the Island itself, often struggle to accomplish. Harold Harmbe is a grappling oriented fighter, who banks on his clinchwork and ground submission game to get the job done. Konstantin Zuev is pretty much a pure puncher and suffers arguably from being way to detectable. But his striking is easily his biggest strength and he does have some developed grappling prowess, so that he is not likely to be overwhelmed by Harmbe's close quarter efforts.

 

 

Also on the card

 

Maatia Supuaga (6-3; 2-1 in FFA) vs Zhuy Hong (7-6; 0-2 in FFA)

Featherweight bout

 

Maatia Supuaga is one of the few fighters from Tuvalu and he so far seems to be not to shabby a fighter indeed. Mostly relying on his hands to knock his man silly, the other aspects of his MMA game are still a work in progress. He is about to face a specialist of an other kind in Zhuy Hong. Hong is a Judoka, who typically seeks to soften his opposition up in the clinch via a barrage of knees, only to send them on the mat with a trip, where he can go on to brutally submit them. Sounds like a plan! If it doesn't work however, Hong typically is in trouble. For he is very reliant on getting his man on the ground.

 

 

Min-Sik "Saja" Song (5-1; 1-1 in FFA) vs Smitty "Number One" Werbenjagermanjensen (5-3; all in FFA)

Welterweight bout

 

Min-Sik Song fell short to capture the FFA welterweight championship in his last fight and is considered another up and comer worth keeping an eye on. The Korean is a volume striker, who is capable to make great use of all his limbs in striking exchanges. He is now up against an opponent with a name so confusing, I cannot possibly be asked to write it again. Seriously! Was somebody drunk when this name became official? His weird named opponent is a submission grappler, who just uses his striking as a barely maintained disguise, before looking to get things to the floor in order to take it from there. If Min-Sik Song manages to fend of his attempts, he stands a great chance to win this fight.


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Posted 05 August 2017 - 10:02 PM

Another amazing write up Kalle


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Posted 25 August 2017 - 02:19 PM

Preview for FFA 34: Brutality

 

 

Brutality is the motto and the promise, as FFA 34 will be taking place in the adequately named Hard Knocks arena in New York. A fantastic card of action, crowned by a main event that will see the FFA's so far most dominant champion return to action, as the sixth challenger steps up and seeks to accomplish, what everybody before him failed at: Beating Matt Del Rio!

 

 

Alexey "Andreich" Andreev (5-0; 1-0 in FFA) vs Matt Del Rio (11-0; 7-0 in FFA)

For the FFA Welterweight Championship of the World

 

This main event had New Yorks's MMA enthusiasts buzzing for a while now. And it is finally here! Unbeaten Matt Del Rio is seeking to make yet another impression by defending his title an amazing sixth time straight. Not only is he the FFA's longest reigning champion. He also shapes out to become an outstanding mixed martial artist with a tremendous killer instinct of ever increasing versatility, be it standing or on the mat. And he is just 20 years young! A scary prospect indeed. But don't expect his opponent to be scared. The stone cold Russian Alexey Andreev is a BJJ black belt and, as one would expect, a formidable ground fighter. Also unbeaten in his young career, the 21 year old Russian Bears trained fighter has revealed himself to be a most capable bender of arms. Having wins by armbar, americana, kimura and arm triangle to his name. I would deny the hand shake if I would be in Del Rio's boots.

 

Del Rio has proven himself as a most dominant and worthy champion beyond any reasonable doubt. But he better does not become one bit complaisant. For Andreev is a far more capable submission artist than any of his former opponents was. Should Del Rio also overcome this stylistic challenge, then his status as a future FFA Hall of Famer will be as good as certain.

 

 

Min-Sik "Saja" Song (6-1; 2-1 in FFA) vs Jack "The Ripper" Mills (5-1; 2-1 in FFA)

Welterweight bout

 

The co-main event will see two of Del Rio's former challengers collide. Wouldn't it be for the existence of Matt Del Rio, then one of these two fighters could very well be on the top of the FFA 170 mountain himself. Because both have suffered their respective sole career losses at the hands of the welterweight champ. Min-Sik Song holds the distinction of being the only man to take Del Rio the full five championship rounds. And Mills lasted nearly three rounds (which is longer than anybody not named Min-Sik Song) and might have done even better than that, would he not have been overly cautious in the fight. Given that both men have come closer than anybody else to give Del Rio a run for his money, it is only sensible to find out, who could be more worthy of a rematch.

 

A clash of very different styles is at hand in this one. Because Song is as busy a volume striker as you will ever see. Drowning his opponents with sheer striking attrition from all directions and a never say die will to stand and trade. Whereas Mills is more of a methodical grinder of particular nasty variety. Because once he gets his opponents into the clinch, it's elbow time! Seriously, this guy throws an amount of elbows that would be comical, wouldn't it be so blatantly painful. He basically is an elbow propelled meat grinder!

 

 

"The Axe" Antonio Salieri (7-1; 4-1 in FFA) vs Mitur Binesdirty (9-3; 2-1 in FFA)

Middleweight bout

 

Speaking of devices to batter and torment, "The Axe" Antonio Salieri is returning to the FFA cage. Having won four of his five in FFA, he surely gets the results. But his killer instinct, which he displayed at QFC level, appears to be currently on the back seat. For he went the distance in three of these four wins. Some feel, that he may be a tad overlooked consequently. But he could make a case for himself tonight, should he beat Mitur Binesdirty and make it three in a row. A fight that is very likely to go the distance as well. Because winning with the judges help is something that Binesdirty knows a thing or two about, too (6 of his nine wins came by decision).

 

 

Tony "Too Tough" Duff (5-1; 3-1 in FFA) vs Jackson "Kid Kimura" Spinks (2-0; all in FFA)

Welterweight bout

 

Two other youngsters, who are making waves in FFA's 170 pound division, are Tony Duff and Jackson Spinks. Duff won three of his four in FFA and he did so in spectacular first round fashion, earning him two bonuses. He can head kick and he can strangle! And even though his striking is still a little bit rough around the edges, his strength and KO power, paired with some cheeky techniques, make him one to look forward to. And also Jackson Spinks is one to watch. Despite being a BJJ black belt and a very capable wrestler, he is far away from being a subtle grappler. Unforgotten is his highlight reel slam KO at FFA 20! An in your face style of ground mauler, who so far didn't even need to rely on his submission pedigree.


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Posted 01 September 2017 - 03:35 AM

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My "meat grinding" elbow has carved up another face.

 

Can't wait to carve up another one!


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Posted 03 September 2017 - 12:37 AM

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"My opponent fought hard. Respect to Chester Jones for the challenge. The belt is back where it belongs."


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Posted 13 September 2017 - 12:46 AM

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Bad news for all the people in FFA's Welterweight division.

 

I have signed an exclusive deal which will see me carve up 5 more of your pretty faces.

 

I am very happy with this deal.... Not only am i NOT going to get arrested, but i will actually get paid to legally assault someone and scar them up!!


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Posted 15 September 2017 - 07:53 AM

Annnnnnnnnnnd we're back with a quick preview of main card for FFA 37: Monstrosity!!!

 

 

 

Brotha Gracie (9-7-1) vs Randy Miller (7-4-1) - Middleweight


Kicking off our main card, FFA newcomer Brotha Gracie will take on long time FFA man Randy Miller in another classic striker vs grappler showdown. Gracie is returning to the United States, after somewhat mixed results fighting in Sydney, and looking to make a statement in his FFA debut. Mostly known as a submission artist, Gracie has shown he can win fights multiple ways...........as long as it's on the ground. The man standing across the cage from him is a true FFA original. Randy Miller has been pleasing FFA crowds since its inception and will look to add another Fight of the Night bonus to his name (he has four). Miller usually likes to grind his opponents down and slowly break their will, but does have some stopping power when needed. Can Miller keep this fight standing and pick apart his opponent or will Gracie score a quick takedown and finish this one early???

 

 

 

 Donnie Brasco (4-0) vs Smitty Werbenjagermanjensen (5-5) - Welterweight


The highly touted prospect vs the wiley veteran, sort of. Oddly enough the prospect (Brasco) is actually a year older then the veteran (Smitty), but experience can be a factor. Inching closer to the top of the division, Brasco will be looking to break free of his prospect status and join the list of title contenders with another win. He seems to have a flair for the dramatic with two of his knockouts coming in the final round of his fights, but why not give the fans their money's worth. With potentially his career on the line, Smitty is in do or die mode for this fight. Having previously been a title contender, he has the clearly shown the ability to finish fights, but his magic has been lost as of late. All it takes is one mistake and Smitty can turn things around in a hurry. Does Brasco join the elite of FFA's welterweight division or can Smitty regain his submission magic???

 

 

 

Co-Main Event: Brisco County Jr (6-4) vs Tony Duff (6-1) - Welterweight


The judges can go ahead and take a break when these two step in the cage because this one will not go the distance. Go big or go home is clearly Brisco County Jr's motto. With none of his fights ever making it to the third round, a County Jr fight is about as close to a guaranteed knockout as you can get. He added another number to that list in his FFA debut, getting the finish 44 seconds into the second round. He unfortunately has been on the receiving end of his fair share as well, but hey, go big or go home! Not to be overshadowed by his opponent's finishes, Tony Duff has made a name for himself by making sure fights don't end up in the judges' hands. His only loss came by way of decision and that doesn't sit well with him at all. While he tends to favor submissions to finish his fights, Duff is far from a pure grappler and will keep you guessing all fight long. Just ask Kareem Dennis, who Duff knocked out with a head kick. The only question you have to ask yourself is who gets the finish???

 

 

 

Main Event: Max Hell (8-2) vs Vertti Ekstrovertti (6-2) - Middleweight

 

The winner of this one will be getting the next title shot and both of these guys are ready to show why. The future opponent of the winner remains undetermined (with the current champion on the verge of being stripped of the title), but Hell and Ekstrovertti know they are one raised hand away from having a shot at championship glory. Doom and Devestation are the nicknames of Max Hell's hands and they have left a trail of destruction in their wake. Knockouts are just a way of life for Hell. With all eight of his victories coming by way of said knockout, some even believe that Hell has the most pound for pound power in all of FFA. Looking to prove those believers horribly wrong is the man nicknamed the "Open Book". Ekstrovertti has the amazing ability to out strike you, put you on the canvas and before you can even process what just happened, you're tapping out. He's the epitome of the television show Survivor's motto, "Outwit, Outplay, Outlast". That's exactly what Ekstrovertti does. Will power once again reign supreme or will versatility truly be the key???


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