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#21 thedry16

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Posted 02 October 2017 - 04:44 PM

Thanks. Yeah I will try to make sure I fill the arena this time. Onwards and upwards!

 

Third card is already booked with ten fights and we now have 100 fighters! I'm trying to only get fighters from active managers, but of course a few still slip through the net.


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#22 SixFootPenguin

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Posted 02 October 2017 - 06:17 PM

I just took a look at card 2 and it looks good to me,  his #1 ranked fighter in the org is debuting in the main event, the co main event has someone else in the top 10 of the p2p rank for the org.  However I dont know much about giving away tickets and how that helps you make more money so you do not make a profit loss.


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#23 thedry16

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Posted 05 October 2017 - 10:51 AM

Picked up a couple of decently hyped fighters but obviously still very early days. Just trying to put together ten fight cards between evenly matched fighters and slowly build up the hype of the org. I now realise how important the top two fights are so I will be trying to pair high hyped fighters together for the headline slots. Next three cards are all booked and still some money in the bank, so that's great!


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#24 Cobra7

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Posted 05 October 2017 - 09:56 PM

I just took a look at card 2 and it looks good to me,  his #1 ranked fighter in the org is debuting in the main event, the co main event has someone else in the top 10 of the p2p rank for the org.  However I dont know much about giving away tickets and how that helps you make more money so you do not make a profit loss.


With free tickets those people tend to spend more on merch so you're making money on that end as well as the money from ticket sales.
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#25 SixFootPenguin

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Posted 05 October 2017 - 10:15 PM

I figured it may be something like that.  It says ticket sales when you see how much money you made for the event but i had been wondering if it did anything about merchandise.


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#26 Cobra7

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Posted 06 October 2017 - 01:12 AM

Yup
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#27 TJMitchell

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Posted 06 October 2017 - 02:20 AM

Having a sell-out (giving away free tickets) is better in the long run so even if you 'over paper' your early events its still for the best


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#28 SixFootPenguin

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Posted 07 October 2017 - 10:18 PM

Huge difference from NJMMA 2 and you definately did not make a loss this time, keep up the good work.


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#29 Monsieur.Camara

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Posted 07 October 2017 - 11:11 PM

Yeah , great job.  Got lucky there against the org owner as "BBC" Rob Kardashian entered the fight at 87% energy.


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#30 thedry16

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Posted 07 October 2017 - 11:46 PM

Swift victory for 'BBC'...nicely done Who does he want to fight next?


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#31 thedry16

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Posted 09 October 2017 - 04:09 PM

Quick review from our second event. We made a profit! 

 

It was a swift card with 8 of the fights finishing in the first round.

 

At Featherweight Rambo Tan made quick work of Kevin Siccuan winning with a Triangle Armbar within two minutes in a dominant performance.

 

In the welterweight division Bill Perkins kicked and kneed his way to a points victory in a controlled performance vs Barra Cuda which brought him the victory but didn't excite the crowd. Next he takes on 18 year old prodigy Evan Rooney in a match he will start as underdog despite being the older man.

 

Also at Welterweight Shane MacGowan took 47 seconds to knock out Mark Cruz and take the KO of the Night award and in the process didn't let his opponent land a hand on him. Impressive stuff.

 

The Middleweight fight of the evening was the fastest of the card. Master Ramos subbing Savard via Kimura in 23 seconds to win Sub of the Night and boosting himself to the top of the NJMMA Middleweight rankings.

 

Three Light Heavyweight contests took place with impressive performances by 'BBC' Rob Kardashian and 'The Tashkent Tank' Djmolidine Abdoujaparov propelling them both into the mix for the 205 belt. Each of them had straightforward first round wins via TKO. 'The Assasin Vasif Tehmezov was another winner at Light Heavy via first round stoppage.

 

Up at Heavyweight Johan De Jong took a unanimous decision to win the opening fight of the card. Later on Lavrentiy Pudovkin subbed Pavard with an Armbar after just 40 seconds. The win was all the more impressive as he was the only fighter who fought on the first two NJMMA cards, winning both! Celebrating in the changing rooms after the fight the Russian put pen to paper on a contract extension but was then hit by the immediate news that his manager was dropping him. That's right, 2-0 Pudovkin is now a free agent. Hopefully someone will sign him up.

 

The headline fight saw top NJMMA P4P fighter Russel Bufalino make his debut for the org. The Swede took it to the clinch and dominated his opponent in a first round TKO victory, taking his overall record to 4-0. Bufalino told reporters he hopes to fight Justin Sane next should Sane manage to get past Axel Boozer in a Jiu Jitsu brown belt battle next week.

 

NJMMA#3 takes place on Wednesday. The first midweek event for the org and the start of the 2x events per week calendar which will see more fighters make their debut, some try to bounce back after a defeat and others try to move into contention for an early title shot.

 

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In other news, NJMMA now has a betting partnership with Island FC booking. You can bet on our next two events here

http://www.mmatycoon...ic.php?bid=8446

 

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#32 Tev

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Posted 09 October 2017 - 07:30 PM

Ready to see my fighters in their njmma debut
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#33 thedry16

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Posted 09 October 2017 - 07:43 PM

I wonder if you can win all your matches??? Make sure to have a bet with Island FC booking if you are extra confident!


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#34 Tev

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Posted 09 October 2017 - 07:47 PM

Where do i got to place a bet for njmma
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#35 thedry16

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Posted 09 October 2017 - 09:10 PM

here

http://www.mmatycoon...ic.php?bid=8446

 

Sorry the link didn't work before!


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#36 SixFootPenguin

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 07:57 AM

I think this goes without saying but I just wanted to make sure Justin Sane responded to the report of Bufalino wanting to fight him if he beats Axel Boozer next week.  Clearly he would never have a problem fighting the #1 ranked p2p fighter in the org especially where he called out Boozer after his first fight and it would only be fair to accept a challenge that comes his way.  With that being said he does not want to look past his current opponent until that fight is over.  He choose to call out Boozer not because he thought he would for sure win, but before we start to crown a lightweight champion, he wanted to know for sure who the best ground fighter in the division is currently since they are currently the only two in the division with a brown belt in bjj and similar wrestling.


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#37 thedry16

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Posted 11 October 2017 - 12:46 PM

The first midweek card for NJMMA sees 20 fighters making their debut for the org. None of the top p4p fighters in the org are fighting tonight, so a chance for people to stake their claim and move up the rankings.

 

http://www.mmatycoon...php?EvID=893834

 

I predict fight of the night will be Maltusuri v Morton. A MT vs wrestling clash featuring two very promising fighters making their MMA professional debuts.

 

http://www.mmatycoon...453&fidb=321119


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#38 Tev

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Posted 11 October 2017 - 06:28 PM

Thanks bets placed
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Posted 13 October 2017 - 05:13 PM

Heavyweight division roundup

Fernandinho Da Costa takes on William Jeppeson in the headline match at NJMMA#4 tomorrow in a fight that could have future title implications. Jeppesen is currently has the highest ranked hype and pop in the division, but his P4P ranking doesn't match up to that. So can he back up his talk in the cage? In six fights with Club Street Warriors the Dane Jeppesen went 4-2, but he is on a two fight losing streak and will be looking to end that in his first NJMMA appearance. His opponent from Brazil racked up three quick victories in Quick Fights and is itching to take that momentum into his first fight with an org. Jeppesen starts as favourite but Da Costa has more than a punchers chance and he has already had two stoppages in his short career. 

 

Elsewhere in the division Tom 'The Bandit' Savage and Jackie 'Hands of Iron' Lo will be watching with interest. Each won devastatingly at NJMMA#3 within 15 seconds and both have their eye on competing for a belt in November. Savage has moved up to Super heavyweight for his next fight on 26 October and he could compete for the title in either division or even both.

 

Taiwanese Muay Thai master Go Sleep fights again on 18 October. After winning first time out at NJMMA#1. A second victory against Elias Taylor will make him hard to ignore in the title picture. But if Taylor pulls off a shock upset then the division becomes much more open.

 

Other heavyweights such as Mac Loloma, Bruce Brown, Cesar Colnago and Arseni Tereschenko will look to score decisive victories in their next fights to force themselves into the top five rankings next time out.

 

Current Heavyweight Rankings

1. Go Sleep (4-3-0)

2. Tom Savage (2-0-0)

3. Jackie Lo (1-0-0)

4. William A Jeppesen (4-2-0)

5. Fernandinho Da Costa (3-0-0)


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#40 SixFootPenguin

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Posted 14 October 2017 - 05:30 AM

For those in the org who do have a fight tomorrow, good luck.  Cant wait till Wednesday but that is because my fighter is in the main event for that evening.  


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