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#41 philofthefuture

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Posted 12 July 2015 - 10:53 AM

Executioner: Lace Up
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Yesterday, July 11, 2015, MMA fans head to the Liberty Dome as the sold out event Executioner Lace Up was held. With an outstanding lineup, featuring two title matches, a full 5250 attendance was attained. Lace Up features the third faceoff of the superheavyweights Clinton Offley and Barney Gumble. Before this match, each of them scored 1-1 and Offley was the champ going in this one. Gumble managed to pull off with the win strategically in this one, gaining some critics.
 
To back it up, recently crowned middleweight champ Arnavut Sevket defends his title against the challenger Angel Face. Undercards were mostly filled with interesting fighters, mostly bantamweights and heavyweights. There were a total of 8 finishes, including the top 3 matches. Despite having a not so good main event, our tickets were still not wasted. 
 
(Records stated show new records after their fights)
 
Preliminary Matches
 
Match 1: Bantamweight bout
 
"The Dark Destroyer" Nigel Benn Jnr (5-0-0) vs Joseph "Squizzy" Taylor (6-3-0)
 
Undefeated Nigel Benn finally proves his KO capabilities as he got his first finish in his 5 wins. Benn just destroyed Taylor in the clinch in this one. 
 
Result: Benn Jnr by 1st round TKO (Strikes)
 
Match 2: Heavyweight bout
 
Capital "C-Murder" Punishment (6-5-0) vs "RAVISHING " Rick Rude (4-4-0)
 
Punishment's desperation to get takedown pulled off as he quickly managed to get a submission as they got to the ground. Take note, he missed 7 of his 8 takedowns. Persistence pays!
 
Result: Punishment by Submission (Americana)
 
Match 3: Bantamweight bout 
 
Sum Ting Wong (7-2-0) vs Jasun Wharton (6-4-0)
 
Was there something wrong with the match? Yes. It was a one sided parade for Sum Ting Wong as he clinchraped Wharton who basically wasn't able to do anything
 
Result: Wong by Unanimous decision
 
Match 4: Featherweight Bout
 
Paul Teixeira (6-1-0) vs Kicky McLegs (5-1-0)
 
Teixeira (21) wasn't really on his best shape but he managed to defeat the undefeated McLegs (26) by submitting him late in the first. Very expected win when they got to the ground.
 
Result: Teixeira by 1st round submission (Kimura)
 
Match 5: Superheavyweight Bout
 
Rickety Cricket (7-0-0) vs Bio Hazard (2-2-0)
 
Rickety Cricket, at a young age (18) has proven to have a flourishing career as he bagged his 7th win in his early career, all via TKO. Amazing finish by Cricket.
 
Result: Cricket by 2nd round TKO (Strikes)
 
MAIN CARD
 
Match 6: Bantamweight bout
 
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Jensen Haye (7-1-0)                    vs             Kirk Lancaster (6-5-0)
 
Both fighters gave their all in 3 rounds but Have proved to be the better fighter as he had more efficient moves. Haye got all rounds but kudos to Lancaster for not giving up. Lancaster has been cut shortly after losing twice in a row. Not a bad pickup for a 20 year old (good chin and confidence). Meanwhile, Haye has been on a role since his only defeat in his debut match, winning 7 straight.
 
Result: Haye by Unanimous Decision
 
 
Match 7: Welterweight bout
 
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Luigi "The Green Plumber" Bates (4-0-0) vs Oleg Bartowski (10-6-0)
 
Overall, Bates has the advantage in this one and he's proved it by submitting Bartowski right in the first round. When both fighters seemed to fail in their takedown attempts, Bates went to a clinch and succeeds with the takedown. In a just a few seconds after the takedown, Bates quickly managed to get the submission locked on. Great performance by Bates earning him the Sub of the Night award.
 
Result: Bates by 1st round Submission (Triangle)
 
Match 8: Bantamweight bout
 
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Jet Hemi (11-9-0) vs "Dangerous" Dale La Grande (11-3-0)
 
Right off the bat, La Grande decided to bring the match to the clinch. It was a good move but Hemi started to connect a lot of punches to the head causing La Grande to lose control. That short right hook by Hemi shook La Grande up and he finishes with a powerful uppercut followed by a series of strikes causing the referee to call a TKO, eventually earning KO of the night honors. 
 
Hemi proved that records don't matter in the cage. Hemi came back from a bad career standing when he was 7-9-0. Now he's at 4 straight wins and got a shot at the champion Devin Jaqquard. They are bound to meet on EFC: Protect Ya Neck on the 29th so don't forget to secure a ticket. 
 
Result: Hemi by 1st round TKO(Punches)
 
Co-Main Event
Middleweight Championship
 
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Arnavut "The Bird Man" Sevket (17-3-0) vs Angel "The Real Deal" Face (8-2-0)
 
Sevket is the favored fighter in this one as he is a bit superior skillwise compared to Face. As expected, Sevket will look to bring this to the ground as he has the clear advantage over the white belt Angel Face. Sevket gets the wonderful takedown and barrages some GnP right after. Face tried to hold on and his desperation paid off when he survived a near TKO situation. The match got stood up in the last minute and Sevket tried to end it quickly but Face managed to survive. In the second round, Sevket had the same gameplan and it was just too much for Face too handle. 
 
The best middleweight on the Island Season 3 continues to impress me as he immediately defended his title a week after his previous defense. With an astonishing record for 17-3-0, he continues to knock enemies out of his way including the challenger Angel Face. Angel Face was a rightful contender and with only short breaks within the matches of both fighters, both have proven to be adjustable fighters. Great match for us, despite the short breaks, earning them Fight of the night award.
 
Result: Sevket via 2rd round TKO (Strikes)
 
MAIN EVENT
Heavyweight Championship
 
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Clinton "Baked Fish" Offley (16-4-0) vs Barney Gumble (21-5-0)
 
Here comes the rematch that we have waited since Executioner: Heads will Roll! For those new to this amazing rivalry, this is the third faceoff between both fighters, tracing way back to the Island. Gumble had the more prosperous career in the Island but Offley earned his payback last July 8 2015, making their head to head record 1-1, both ending with finishes. They enter this match with heads high as they aim to beat the other with fashion to make a statement. 
 
Right after the bell, sources say that Gumble looks to counter primarily on this one. Not really the best decision for the fans here but it's a wise move to consider that he lost in a first round submission to Offley. Gumble succeeded with some early counters and managed to cut Offley early in the first. A series of aggresive takedown attempts by Offley just continually gets stuffed by Gumble who focused on counters. When Offley finally managed to get his first takedown from the clinch, he desperately tried to submit Gumble who was leading up until that point. However, Gumble successfully defends against those sub attempts until he manages to get back up. Offley got his second takedown eventually but it was too late as the bell rung for the 3rd round. Later on, it all become a match dominated by Gumble as Offley's attempted keep getting blocked and countered, and his cut worsening as each hit lands. The match was stopped as soon as it got too bad. Gumble regained his title from Offley and looks to defend sometime soon.
 
It was not really the best match we could've seen for a main event title match. Offley was too aggressive and Gumble played too safe, that it ensured him the victory. Who am I to judge how they both fight. I'm just saying that the match didn't build up to the hype it built. Who knows if Offley chose to adjust his strategy in game and not stick to the checkmated gameplan? Who knows if Gumble and Offley went all aggression and we could've seen an all out match or a quick finish. Anyway. Let's just stay tuned for more Executioner Events to see what happens!
 
Result: Gumble by 4th round TKO(Cut)
 
 
Special Awards:
KO of the Night: Jet Hemi 
Sub of the Night: Luigi Bates 
Fight of the Knight: Sevket vs Face

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Posted 13 July 2015 - 07:48 AM

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#43 philofthefuture

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Posted 14 July 2015 - 03:56 AM

EFC: Bad Moon
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Are your tickets ready for the next EFC event on July 18 2015? If not, then buy one now as we head to the Liberty Dome in New York for EFC: Bad Moon. The event features The champ Hughtavious Mingo defends his EFC light heavyweight belt against challenger Jimmie Craig after successfully earning his title shot title last July 8 in Executioner: Get Chopped. The main card also includes interesting matches such as Cross vs Wad, former lightweight champ Better Dead going up against rising star AK Kuwalski, and many more! A lot of interesting matchups in this one so make sure you don't miss this. 
 
Moving on, here is the full fight preview for the card.
 
 
PRELIMINARY MATCHES
 
Lightweight bout
 
Riley "Hipster" Molovgomedov (0-1-0) vs Ray Malenko (7-1-0)
 
After training for almost a year, Molovgomedov goes back to the ring as he faces a superior ground, Ray Malenko, who is now on a 7-1 feat. 
 
prediction: Malenko by 1st round submission
 
Light Heavyweight bout
 
Duane "Brainsmasher" Perry (4-2-0) vs Marcus Gustav (3-2-1) 
 
This seems to be a giveaway match for Perry as he faces a discouraged and less skilled fighter in Gustav. Gustav's chances are so slim in this one. 
 
prediction: Brainsmasher by 1st round TKO
 
Heavyweight bout
 
Tang Bang (5-3-0) vs Jan "Jay-Jay" Jedrzejczyk (2-1-0) 
 
In contrast with the previous match, this one is closely contested as great 20 year old fighters go face to face in this one. There is no evident advantage on both sides and both fighters might go for a finish
 
prediction: Bang by 2nd round TKO
 
Welterweight bout
 
Oleg Bartowski (10-6-0) vs Alberto Contador (7-3-0)
 
After a 1st round loss in Executioner Lace Up, Bartowski immediately accepts a match against Contador, who dominated his opponent in Executioner Heads will Roll. Both fighters almost at the same level with Contador having a slight MT advantage.
 
prediction: Contador by 2nd round TKO
 
Middleweight bout
 
Phil Taylor (3-0-0) vs Dean "The Spider" Kane (4-0-0)
 
Two young undefeated fighters go face to face in this one. Pure standup fighter Taylor will go up against the purple belt Kane. Kane has greater chances in this one as his BJJ skills are far superior. Taylor's MT will go up against Kane's boxing as they each have their own arsenals. It depends on how they play it.
 
prediction: Taylor by 1st round TKO
 
MAIN CARD
Bantamweight bout
 
Ville "Toto" Ahokas (6-3-0) vs "The Crown Prince" Arthas Menethil (7-2-0) 
 
Ahokas makes his comeback a month after losing to Lancaster. He faces Menethil who also will make a comeback from a lopsided loss against the EFC Bantamweight champion Jaqquard. Menethil has not been knocked out before so Ahokas will need to do his best and knock out Menethil before he takes it to the ground. Will Ahokas watch out for a takedown or will he go for the quick TKO? A win in this one will give him a boost in his ranking
 
Prediction: Ahokas by 2nd round TKO
 
Heavyweight bout
 
Ahti Kaleva (7-3-1) vs Garcia Vega (11-6-0)
 
TWGC Heavyweight champ Kaleva takes his talents to the MMA as he faces ex-island fighter Vega who's not been doing so good in his career, losing 3 out of his 4 matches recently. Kaleva on the other hand will look to take Vega down and try to use his BJJ advantage over Vega. Vega should watch out for that one and use his standup advantage over Kaleva. 
 
Prediction: Kaleva by 1st round TKO
 
Welterweight Bout
 
Better "Off" Dead (12-8-0) vs Aleksander "AK" Kawulski (6-0-0)
 
Dead continues his pursuit of his rival Tony Bullard, the current champion in the 170 lbs division. Dead sits atop the contender ladder but his opponent Aleksander Kuwalski is still undefeated with a clean 6-0-0 record. Kuwalski is not a gifted fighter physically but he uses his skills well and manages to get the wins through various techniques. This match is interesting because a knockout artist Dead will face a tactical Kuwalski, two opposing techniques. Great match to see ladies and gentlemen!
 
Prediction: Kuwalski by decision
 
Heavyweight bout
 
Magnus "Bear" Cross (15-10-0) vs Dick Wad (12-5-0) 
 
Two brawling barbaric giants face off in a match to set up the main event! Magnus Cross, 15 wins, 15 TKOs against Dick Wad, 12 wins 12 TKOs. Each fighter have proved to be of KO potential but Cross' 6 TKO losses can be a sign that he's not that tough against strong fighters, however his superior boxing can be a great weapon against Dick Wad, who at the same time has had problems in his morale for unknown reasons. At the ground, there is no significant advantage over the other but Wad can pull this off with his MT. With these situations, I think Cross has got this one and I think  he will win this with a great margin mainly because Cross' morale problems. A great way to come back from a 2 match losing streak.
 
Prediction: Cross by 1st round TKO
 
MAIN EVENT
 
Hughtavious Mingo (13-3-0)    vs   Jimmie Craig (15-6-0)
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We got a very exciting matchup in this one as Light Heavyweight Champion Hughtavious Mingo defends his title for the 3rd time. This time he faces his number 1 contender Jimmi Craig. Both island fighters have gone way beyond expectation as they ventured to the world level after competing in the Island tournament. Mingo sits high atop number 38 among Light Heavyweights and is now on a 9-1 feat. Craig on the other hand has won 3 of his 4 matches. Both fighters in good form entering this one.
 
The last time these 2 fighters met was in WC: Dirty Boxing 2 last May 2015. Mingo won with a quick TKO against Craig without getting hit! Both fighters have trained in their respective gyms and developed skills which may have not been present before. Mingo has a slight advantage in all aspects but it's not enough to count Craig out in this one. Both fighters have got the power and the technique to grab a win in this one so it will boil down to the match itself.
 
Will Mingo show dominance once again or will Craig avenge his loss to Mingo. Who knows? You don't want to miss this one.
 
 
 
 
That's all for today. Thanks!
 

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Posted 16 July 2015 - 05:48 AM

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There's nothing better than fighting a guy you respect. I had the honour of fighting with San Terra again last time out and now Magnus Cross has stepped up. Magnus is a brilliant puncher and I'm gonna have to watch myself at all times. Magnus has a few losses recently but this guy has been fighting for a long time but his record isn't a fair representation of his ability. He brings it every time and this should be a great fight. I hope that I can slowly move towards getting a shot at that belt. My career hasn't always been great and while I blame myself, I also blame Barney Gumble. He took that belt from me a long time ago and I've been studying his tape every single day since. The Barney Gumble who dominated everyone is gone but I can bring him back out and beat him once and for all. Magnus Cross, let's have a great fight but I feel it's my destiny to take you out.


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Posted 19 July 2015 - 10:23 AM

EFC: BAD MOON
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Last night, July 18 2015, we witnessed a sold out crowd in the New York Liberty Dome for EFC: Bad Moon. It was a great night of extreme MMA as we witnessed fighters finish off each other in the event card. We witnessed 9 finishes in one night! Who would expect that? Some highlights include light heavyweight champ Hughtavious Mingo successfully defending his belt for the second time, Magnus Cross beating Dick Wad, and Better Dead with an exemplary flying knee, knocking out the undefeated Kuwalski.
 
 
DETAILS
 
Venue: Liberty Dome
Attendance: 5250 (SOLD OUT)
Event Rating: 286.89
Finishes: 9/10 (8 first round TKOs)
Merch Partner: Big Bear Nutrition 160Q
 
PRELIMINARY MATCHES
(Records are updated)
 
Lightweight bout
 
Riley "Hipster" Molovgomedov (0-2-0) vs Ray Malenko (8-1-0)
 
Pre-fight prediction: Malenko by 1st round submission
 
Molovgomedov was able to win the clinch but Malenko scored a takedown and finished him right after.
 
Result: Malenko by 1st round submission (Arm Triangle)
 
 
 
Light Heavyweight bout
 
Duane "Brainsmasher" Perry (5-2-0) vs Marcus Gustav (3-3-1) 
 
Pre-fight prediction: Brainsmasher by 1st round TKO
 
Brainsmasher clearly the dominant fighter in this one as he outclassed Gustav with a series of strikes ending it quickly.
 
Result: Brainsmasher by 1st round KO (Punch)
 
 
Heavyweight bout
 
Tang Bang (5-4-0) vs Jan "Jay-Jay" Jedrzejczyk (3-1-0) 
 
Jedrzejczyk was the more efficent striker which lead to an uppercut that led to the TKO
 
Pre-fight prediction: Bang by 2nd round TKO
 
Result: Jedrzejczyk by 1st round TKO (Strikes)
 
Welterweight bout
 
Oleg Bartowski (10-5-0) vs Alberto Contador (8-3-0)
 
Pre-fight prediction: Contador by 2nd round TKO
 
It was a close call but Contador landed more strikes and defended 12/14 takedowns and did well defending in the ground. That must've cost Bartowski some points.
 
Result: Contador by Decision (Unanimous)
 
Middleweight bout
 
Phil Taylor (3-1-0) vs Dean "The Spider" Kane (5-0-0)
 
Pre-fight prediction: Taylor by 1st round TKO
 
When Kane finally got the takedown, he persistently tried to submit Taylor and got the win with an armbar.
Kane wins the battle of the undefeated and moves to a 5-0-0 record and moved up the middleweight ranking. He's currently 4-0 in EFC.
 
Result: Kane by 1st round Submission (Armbar)
 
MAIN CARD
(Records are updated)
 
Bantamweight bout
 
Ville "Toto" Ahokas (6-4-0) vs "The Crown Prince" Arthas Menethil (8-2-0) 
 
Pre-fight prediction: Ahokas by 2nd round TKO
 
When things seemed not to work in the standup game, Menethil moved to the clinch and sores a takedown. He takes a win with a great maneuver, the armbar.
Menethil moves back up the Bantamweight division as he looks to gain a rematch against the champ Jaqquard. He's currently 5-1 in EFC.
 
Result: Menethil by 1st round Submission (Armbar)
 
Heavyweight bout
 
Ahti Kaleva (8-3-1) vs Garcia Vega (11-7-0)
 
Pre-fight Prediction: Kaleva by 1st round TKO
 
Kaleva proved why he's TWGC Champion by locking in a Kimura so quickly against Vega. When Kaleva got the takedown, it was basically over.
 
Result: Kaleva by 1st round Submission (Kimura)
 
Welterweight Bout
 
Better "Off" Dead (13-8-0) vs Aleksander "AK" Kawulski (6-1-0)
 
Pre-fight Prediction: Kawulski by decision
 
Better Dead gives Kawulski his first stain in his record as he escaped Kawulski's takedown, scored
some in the clinch and delivered an unexpected flying knee to the temple sending Kawulski to the mat. 
 
Let's see if Dead plans to re-sign in EFC for another run at the title.
 
Result: Dead by 1st round TKO (Flying Knee)
 
Heavyweight bout
 
Magnus "Bear" Cross (16-10-0) vs Dick Wad (12-6-0) 
 
Prediction: Cross by 1st round TKO
 
As expected, Wad wasn't himself as he basically didn't try to do anything in the fight. He's got some
personal issues and Magnus took advantage of that, knocking him out cold. 
 
We see Cross getting close to a title match as he moves to the no. 2 contender among heavyweights.
 
Result: Cross by 1st round KO (Punch)
 
MAIN EVENT
 
Hughtavious Mingo (14-3-0)    vs   Jimmie Craig (15-7-0)
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It was a very exciting match as both fighters brawled with their full strengths. It ended in the 2nd round but both fighters seemed so exhausted in that one. 
 
In the first round, both fighters traded blow by blow but Mingo got the early knockdown against Craig. Craig was wobbly but he was able to reverse the situation by scoring a knockdown with a combo himself. Both fighters weren't able to capitalize on those situations but Mingo's got a cut after getting hit. When they have regained senses, they again fought like brawlers. Tough fighters indeed!
 
In the second round, Mingo managed to score another knockdown against Craig but refuses to go to the ground. He delivers more blows and the champion's strikes were just too much for Craig. Craig's sportsmanship was evident as he breathlessly thanked his fans despite his loss to the champ Mingo.
 
Mingo now moves up to no. 22 among light heavyweights in world rankings. He stands firm in his throne waiting for the next contender. It is possible that either Skunk Asap or Von Sprocket will be facing Mingo soon, or there will be a rematch between Mingo and Craig.
 
Will Mingo's feat be stopped at 10-1 or will he continue to dominate and reach the top 10? Stay tuned.
 
Result: Mingo by 2nd round KO (Punches)

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Posted 20 July 2015 - 05:06 AM

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So I am the highest ranked fighter in the 170lbs division and i get offered a guy who is roughly 15 places below me in the ORG weight division. No I will not accept that. I came here to get the title, clearly I deserve a shot right now. I also don't understand why Tony Bullard, the plastic champion still has his belt. A - he is shit, B - he lost his last fight, C - he is no longer in this org. He saw Luigi coming and shat his pants is my best guess.

 

I leave you two options. Strip that belt from that disgustingly overhyped fool and set up a title fight between 2 people in the division who deserve it. Or release me so I can have a shot at the title elsewhere.


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Posted 20 July 2015 - 06:13 AM

Luigi Bates you deserved to fight for the belt sir  your right about that sir tony lost the 155lbs belt in his last fight he was champ at 155 and 170 thats why he has the belt but you are right he left the org  so he should not have the belt 


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Posted 21 July 2015 - 08:30 PM

Hello everyone, I'm Dana from Sport Vibe TV! I'm here today with the one and only W...Y...G!!!!!!

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Thanks for having me. I wasn't expecting an interview in the middle of my camp though. At first I wasn't gonna do it but I have mad love for you guys at Sports Vibe so unload the questions Dana!

 

Dana

Ok, the first question on everybody mind is how do you feel about have the title shot against Garrick Head!? How are you preparing? What should we expect?

 

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Wow you got right to the big question, huh? Well to be honest I saw this fight between me and Head coming for a while now. Us both fighting for the belt though? that was a true surprise to me. Garrick been inactive for 8 months before he was offered the title fight. I don't know how politics work here but I been fighting my ass off since I stepped in this organization. I don't know what that is about. As for my preparation for the fight, everything is going smoothly so far. I switched camps a little while ago to Discipline Top Team and it has been a great move. You will see the best WYG yet when that bell rings!

 

Dana

Recently you paid your respect to Tony Bullard for his time at the organiaztion. how did that go?

 

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It was definitely bittersweet. He was a guy I always wanted to fight because he was a true warrior who accepted any challenge. He didn't bitch and moan like fighters such as Luigi Bates when he got offered fights. he just took them. that might have been his downfall though.  Not making excuses for old man Tony, but he was given no time off during his era as a champ. he was fighting in two weight classes for crying out loud! It looks like Executioner was setting Tony up for failure while they built a young champ in the shadows. 

 

Dana

Shots fired!? Lol you always seem to be insulting people or attacking their character. We bought something in for you to see that your most recent beef, Mamad Mouba said about you.

 

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Haha you really have a big mouth don't you, first of all you talk about my defeat against roumani that's great but do you even fought him in the past to know his level ? What do you know about BJJ except your damned blue belt ? You are talking about my last knockout and that is also funny because in your all life you never knockout anyone excepted a poor little guy who is already retired with only 4 fights, what do you know about fighting I have more knockout than you will ever have. And I have nothing to win by fighting you, if you had the belt it would have been a pleasure but you never will so that is me

 

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First off, Mouba is a ugly mother fucka. Lol I'm sorry its just so hard not to laugh when looking at him. Look at him!

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I swear I seen this guy in Hotel Rwanda or Blood Diamonds lol. anyway, I seen this comment of his and you know what I did? I looked at the card both of us are booked on and seen "The Real King" slotted under me. I don't talk shit to someone lower than me. He needs to focus on Ali before he comes after that ass again. Sleep with the light on Mouba lol.

 

Dana

Ok, one last question. What should we expect on August 8th?

 

With a 3 round stoppage Via knockout WYG is the new Welter Weight Champion!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Posted 22 July 2015 - 12:07 PM

great stuff there from Sport Vibe TV!  real good read 


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Posted 22 July 2015 - 12:12 PM

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I'm glad to make my promotional debut in two weeks. I'm going up against a KO machine, so I will have to be smart, but luckily I am! 

I like to smacktalk, but want to see first how my debut here goes before I really kick things of. Good luck to my opponent and lets give the fans a great show! 


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Posted 22 July 2015 - 08:03 PM

I love how he looks like Frieza and actually fought a guy named Tien Shinhan in his last fight.


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Posted 25 July 2015 - 10:53 AM

EFC: Protect Ya Neck
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PREVIEW
 
Let's all head to Liberty Dome, NY for another exciting night of EFC MMA in EFC: Protect Ya Neck! The card features a lot of great up and coming fighters with good records. The main event features the EFC bantamweight title match between champion Jaqquard and Hemi and an exciting heavyweight bout between former heavyweight champion Offley going up against undefeated Jursilla for a shot at the title.

Let's take a look at the fight card:
 
PRELIMINARY CARD
 
Light Heavyweight bout
Huey "Young Master" Gracie (2-0-0) vs Marcus Gustav (3-3-1)
 
Two different fighters with different styles but Gustav's morale might be a big problem here.
 
Prediction: Gracio via 1st round sub
 
Welterweight bout
Anaconda "Chomp" Chomp (4-1-0) vs Peewee Herman (6-0-0)
 
Sub artist going up a white belt and a good vs below average boxer. Ground vs standup. Chomp vs Herman
 
Prediction: Herman via 1st round TKO
 
Featherweight bout
"The Main Event" Conor McConnell (5-1-0) vs Jackson Ramos (8-4-0)
 
Skillwise, both fighters are versatile bt McConnell has a slight advantage overall. 
 
Prediction: McConnell via 2nd round TKO
 
Featherweight bout
Kicky McLegs (5-1-0) vs Buck Futter (6-2-0)
 
Hybrid fighter Kicky McLegs (MT-Wrestling) will face a pure blooded ground fighter in Buck Futter. 
 
Prediction: Futter via 1st round sub
 
Super Heavyweight bout
Silas "Albino" Monk (5-1-0) vs Rickety Cricket (7-0-0)
 
Both fighters have the KO power but at opposing styles. Will Monk's boxing be enough to beat the undefeated Cricket's wrestling?
 
Prediction: Cricket via 1st round TKO
 
MAIN CARD
 
Welterweight bout
Tim Pierno (5-2-0) vs Saladin "Quick Sand" Hussain (13-9-0)
 
NYFN reigning welterweight champ Tim Pierno clearly has the upper hand but in the ground he and Hussain are at the same level. He look to climb up the welterweight ladder and he starts off with the no.2 ranked welterweight in EFC, Hussain. A win in this one will give him a lift in his hype, close to where it actually should be. 
 
Prediction: Pierno via 2nd round TKO
 
Featherweight bout
Ali "The Headhunter" Roumani (12-3-0) vs Rafal "Fists like Rocks" Koks (5-1-0)
 
Great matchup in this one as two closely skilled young (age 21) fighters face off. Roumani will have his first comeback fight since losing to Montalban in WC: Dirty Boxing 3 last June. He looks to earn his way back to the title. A win in this one could give him a shot in his next match. Koks on the other hand is ranked 5 among EFC featherweights and is also on the chase for the title with his KO power. 
Prediction: Roumani via 2nd round sub
 
Heavyweight bout
Garcia Vega (11-7-0) vs Dick Wad (12-6-0)
 
Both fighters enter the match not at their best state, with Wad showing some serious morale problems. Skillwise, there is no clear winner and Wad's no.2 ranking among EFC heavyweights is endagered as he enters a slump. This is Vega's 2nd EFC match so let's see if he manages to grab a win this time. 
 
Prediction: Wad via 2nd round TKO
 
CO-MAIN EVENT
 
Bantamweight Title Match
 
"Silverback" Devin Jaqquard (11-2-0) vs Jet Hemi (11-9-0)
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And now for the Co-main event of the evening. The EFC bantamweight champion Devin Jaqquard looks to defend his title for the 3rd time as he faces his number 1 contender Jet Hemi. Hemi earned his shot at the title when he defeated Dale La Grande in EFC: Lace Up in a quick 1st round TKO. Both fighters are on their own win streaks (Jaqquard 5, Hemi 4), making this one an exciting matchup. One streak is bound to end, one fighter is bound to become champion. Will the champion Jaqquard use his superior ground game or will Hemi be able to outstrike Jaqquard despite his reach advantage. The outcome is hard to tell in my opinion.
Prediction: Jaqquard via decision
 
Heavyweight Bout
 
Mike Jursllla (5-0-0) vs Clinton "Baked Fish" Offley (16-4-0)
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For the last match of the evening and co-main event, the undefeated Mike Jursilla will face former heavyweight champion Clinton Offley. Jursilla enters this one with a clean 5-0-0 record, 4-0 in EFC while Offley will have his comeback match after losing to reigning heavyweight champion Barney Gumble. 
 
Skillwise, Jursilla's standup and how he will keep it standing will be the key against Offley and Offley's submission skills will be his. Offley must find a way to take Jursilla down or he won't have a chance in this one. 
 
A win in this one will significantly boost each other's chances of a title match soon, so this will be a crucial match for both fighters. 
Prediction: Offley via 2nd round sub
 
 
 
 
 
 

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#53 davie1903

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Posted 25 July 2015 - 11:39 AM

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After the recent news that Executioner is going to be sold to Goon.

 

I would like to be released from my contract. As with his recent history with orgs I don't feel secure in my job.

 

I hope this is acknowledged and I can be released when ever seen. 


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#54 RozzaD

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Posted 25 July 2015 - 03:03 PM

I would like the same for My fighters if these rumours are true lol
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#55 Goon

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Posted 25 July 2015 - 04:12 PM

Pay the signing bonus back
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#56 davie1903

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Posted 25 July 2015 - 05:53 PM

Pay the signing bonus back

Where should I send it? You or Jay Jay?

 

Edit : By the way I realized I wasn't very needed at org and seen my Inactivity had passed so I decided to move on. I liked it at the org but not              with the Goon there. Will not be a org much longer


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#57 JLP

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Posted 26 July 2015 - 01:18 AM

 

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Conor Brazier

 

After the recent news that Executioner is going to be sold to Goon.

 

I would like to be released from my contract. As with his recent history with orgs I don't feel secure in my job.

 

I hope this is acknowledged and I can be released when ever seen. 

 

Stuff like this should be accomplished via PM.  If you have a problem with goon, handle it in private rather than grandstanding to get your way in the orgs thread.  I dont know what your beef with goon is, but posting here to tarnish his image could only cause problems for both goon and all other managers signed to the org.  I'm sure you wouldnt want any managers affiliated with your org badmouthing you publicly for past misdeeds, imagined or real.

As a manager signed to the org, I'm willing to give him a chance. 


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Posted 26 July 2015 - 02:06 AM

Stuff like this should be accomplished via PM.  If you have a problem with goon, handle it in private rather than grandstanding to get your way in the orgs thread.  I dont know what your beef with goon is, but posting here to tarnish his image could only cause problems for both goon and all other managers signed to the org.  I'm sure you wouldnt want any managers affiliated with your org badmouthing you publicly for past misdeeds, imagined or real.
As a manager signed to the org, I'm willing to give him a chance. 


WYG- FINALLY SOMEONE FUCKING GETS IT!!!

All this fucking fighters & managers bitching now-a-days. Shut the fuck up and fight. Let the organization worry about the business aspect. If you don't fuck with the organization pack your Damn bags and leave!
This is one of the highest rank org in the world, do you think Executioner need you that bad!? Handle that pansy shit behind close doors.
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#59 JoeLang

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Posted 26 July 2015 - 04:56 AM

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So i just dismantled my opponent in 20 seconds in the boxing  tourney. Yes, he IS a rookie and it was his debut but i didn't make the draw. Anyways, with the new management does anyone know if this tournament will continue? Or shall i seek employment elsewhere?


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Posted 26 July 2015 - 06:05 AM

I didn't get the details of the turny.. Give me a day or so to get it sorted.. I would still like to continue it if everyone is wanting to..


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