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#1 Tycooner

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Posted 26 June 2015 - 01:29 PM

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Posted 26 June 2015 - 01:41 PM

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Date: 27 Jun 2015

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Posted 27 June 2015 - 12:49 AM

Where Yo Girl- I see the cocky son of bitch Connor Brazier proved my point. His fucking manager even quit on him lol.

on another note. I just want to congratulate Tony "The Wrecking Ball" Bullard (257420) on his historic run. I usually only talk shit but it seem like nobody is giving the man his props so i will be the first.
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#4 Tycooner

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Posted 29 June 2015 - 05:34 AM

Where Yo Girl- I see the cocky son of bitch Connor Brazier proved my point. His fucking manager even quit on him lol.

on another note. I just want to congratulate Tony "The Wrecking Ball" Bullard (257420) on his historic run. I usually only talk shit but it seem like nobody is giving the man his props so i will be the first.

Tony "The Wrecking Ball" Bullard  he  has been great 


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Posted 29 June 2015 - 11:17 AM

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Fernando "Lover Boy"  Diaz (263716)

 

After finishing my contract with WCC, i thought long and hard about what to do with myself. After speaking to my manager and going through piles and piles of contract offers, i decided to re-sign with the newly branded Executioner to test my skills.

 

Who knows, i might even sub one of you unlucky guys before i take home the TWGC trophy.

 

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Posted 30 June 2015 - 08:09 AM

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Executioner Heads Will Roll 
Organization: Executioner Fighting Championship
Date: 04 Jul 2015
City: New York
Arena: Credit Card Center (7,000)
Judging System: 10 point must
Merchandise Partner: Big Bear Nutrition 160Q
 
265 lbs  Barney Gumble v Clinton Offley        265 lbs title   
185 lbs Arnavut Sevket v Charles Carey         185 lbs title   
135 lbs Devin Jaqquard v Arthas Menethil     135 lbs title   
145 lbs Jesus Montalban v Mamad Mouba     145 lbs title   
 
265+ lbsMatt Porcelain Punisher v Hulk Smash       
265 lbs Magnus Cross v Mike Jursllla       
145 lbs Kristof Sienly v Derrick Jon       
185 lbs Billy Tinkl v Phil Taylor       
170 lbs Alberto Contador v Saladin Hussain       
170 lbs Peewee Herman v James Kresh
 
A stacked card for the 4th!  enjoy the fireworks ! 

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Posted 01 July 2015 - 01:08 PM

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Fernando "Lover Boy"  Diaz (263716)

 

Where Yo Girl????

 

After i'm done making you tap out in pain, i'm gonna make some girl tap in pleasure back in my hotel room.

 

BOOM!


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Posted 02 July 2015 - 08:16 AM


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Fernando "Lover Boy"  Diaz (263716)

 

Where Yo Girl????

 

After i'm done making you tap out in pain, i'm gonna make some girl tap in pleasure back in my hotel room.

 

BOOM!


WYG- Glad to see you resigned Diaz, but boy did you take the wrong fight choosing to go toe to toe with me. I been watching you for a little while and I'm hardly impressed.

You have terrible stand-up, you can't pull guard for shit, you are boring as fuck on the ground, and you are pretty predictable with that stale ass gameplan. Only thing you got going for you is your transition and submission game.

Just like that punk ass Connor Brazier who ran his big ass mouth, I can't see one person you fought that had actual significance. Hell, majority of your opponents were elderly with a happy meals bjj white belt lol.

Being that you are so eager, I will be more than happy to give you your first lost and take that pretty little spanish girl I saw you with. Take her to my hood and show her how Compton guys get down lol.
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Posted 02 July 2015 - 11:45 AM

WYG- Glad to see you resigned Diaz, but boy did you take the wrong fight choosing to go toe to toe with me. I been watching you for a little while and I'm hardly impressed.

You have terrible stand-up, you can't pull guard for shit, you are boring as fuck on the ground, and you are pretty predictable with that stale ass gameplan. Only thing you got going for you is your transition and submission game.

Just like that punk ass Connor Brazier who ran his big ass mouth, I can't see one person you fought that had actual significance. Hell, majority of your opponents were elderly with a happy meals bjj white belt lol.

Being that you are so eager, I will be more than happy to give you your first lost and take that pretty little spanish girl I saw you with. Take her to my hood and show her how Compton guys get down lol.

 

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Fernando "Lover Boy"  Diaz (263716)

 

Awww baby, i'm a lover and a fighter.

 

After i'm done fighting you, i'm gonna show these girls some lovin'. If you're lucky, you might get some excess spillover girls or some sloppy seconds ;)


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Posted 03 July 2015 - 05:41 AM

I was able to sit down with MMA fighter
 
Hughtavious Mingo the 205 lbs Executioner FC Champion
 
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Media:You have a big fight coming up what do you think of the challenger?
 
Mingo: He's undefeated, which you hafta respect. Ain't look like he be too much, though.
 
Media: How do you think this fight will go?
 
Mingo: He can't win on the feet, and he won't be takin' me down. Don't know when, but dude's goin' out.
 
Media:Do you think this will be your biggest test in the cage so far?
 
Mingo: Yeah, I 'spose so. 
 
Media: world combat has a new name Executioner fc. 
what are your thoughts on that? 
 
Mingo: I'm a headhunter; I can get down wearing Executioner FC on my belt.
 
Media:If you were to pick one thing you really need to focus on improving, what would it be?
 
Mingo: I've been working on incorporating more kicks in my game.
 
Media:What kind of reactions do you get, when people learn that you are a cage fighter?
 
Mingo: Ain't nobody surprised; what else a beast like me gon' do for a living?
 
Media:What do you feel is your biggest strength?
 
Mingo: My hands. 
 
Media:Anything you’d like to add for the interview?
 
Mingo: Nah.
 
Media:I think that’s about it, we are running out of time, thank you champ.

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Posted 05 July 2015 - 05:53 AM


 I was able to sit down with MMA fighter Devin Jaqquard The Executioner FC Bantamweight Champion

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J.J Media:

 

Devin you just defend your championship belt for the second time. How would you rate your performance?

 

Devin:

 

I think I’ll give myself a 9 out of 10 score, simply because I wasn’t able to finish him.

I mean, I pretty much dominated the entire fight but I always look for the finish
coz the fans love that and it takes away any chance where the judges might take the victory from you.
 
But overall, I’m really glad to be able to defend the belt a 2nd time against a tough, tough opponent.
 
J.J Media:
 
I dont know if you been told this or not but some mma betting sites
had you as the underdog in your fight with the The Crown Prince" Arthas Menethil
what do you think about that ?


Devin:
 
I wasn’t aware of it, but I’m not surprised to hear it, I mean I’m used to it. 

I was a guy who wasn’t supposed to be here at the top. 

I started out as a teenager in the Island battling against much older and seasoned guys, and my stay there wasn’t perfect 

but I think I managed to surprise a lot of people.

 

So to everyone who bet against me my last fight, eat your heart out people!

Hahaha kidding. But it’s always nice to prove people wrong you know.  
 

J.J Media:

 

yes sir i do know.Let's just hope they did not bet  too much.  

Was Menethil your biggest test in the cage so far?


Devin:
 
I dunno, but he is the best grappler I’ve faced so far.
 
But I think I was more wary of guys like Ville Akohas and Kusi Amou
who had dynamite in their hands who were always a threat on the feet.

Also former champ Fitzgerald who wasn’t as explosive as those two but has great technique and a well-rounded stand up game.
  
But I do credit Arthas’ Chin. He took some big shots from me and not once did he get rocked throughout 5 rounds. 
Also his clinch game was great and that gave me a bit of a hard time. 

 
J.J Media:

 

Arthas’ like your self is young he will be back .

World combat is now Executioner FC .

What do you think of the new name?

Devin: 

It’s awesome. Definitely gives the org some much needed branding. 
I think it suits the personality of most of the fighters here.

 
J.J Media:
 
Glad you like and yes we have some executioner thats for sure!

What do you feel is your biggest strength?


Devin:

 

Still my well-roundedness and my grit. I could fight anywhere, finish a fight anywhere and just find a way to win anywhere.

My wrestling base also helps me a lot especially the small intangibles like balance and power to set up my strikes and takedowns.

And definitely my heart.

I’ve had two tough losses before that really crushed my spirit but I just got up and got better.

Learned from it. 
 
 
J.J Media:

 

What’s your favorite strike/submission to use in any fight?


Devin:

 

I’m an old school guy, so I pretty much rely on a lot of boxing techniques
when it comes to striking, but I’ve also been trying to incorporate kicks in my arsenal.

I love to stick with the basics.


I’ve been complimented before for my text-book stiff jab, and like most wrestlers I love throwing that overhand-right.
As for submissions, any guy I train with knows I love going for chokes, particularly the RNC.

Sucks tho, I haven’t finished anyone in a fight with it yet haha.
I came close tho with that Derick John fight haha.

My arm locks are pretty decent too. Just ask Addict Yo and Brett Iowa. Haha.

 
J.J Media:

 

What does it mean to you to be the champion?


Devin:

 

It means everything to me. It’s actually best feeling to have in the whole world. 
It’s the reason most fighters fight.
 
To have that chance to be called the best.
And it’s always nice to have that label “champion” in your legacy.

 

JJ media:

 

Just like Matt,Mouba,Wad and all the other champs and fourmer champ of this org 
you will always be a champion in my book

Devin any chance of a super fight with you and the 145 lbs champion?


Devin:

 

Absolutely.

I got mad respect for Mamad Mouba and he is a complete fighter like myself.
 
If the cards play right, maybe someday in the near future we get a chance to throw down.
 
Well after we agree on a weight and of course we still have to clean out our respective divisions.
 
There are still a lot of potential challengers at 135.
 
Like Dale la Grand or even the resurging Jet Hemi.
 
I’m no match maker but I think the winner of that fight might get the shot at the belt next.
 
Jensen Haye has also tear through the competition so far and I won’t be surprised if he’ll soon be considered for a shot as well.
 
 
J.J Media:

 

Jet Hemi man that guy is a fighter win or lose he puts it all online 

Dale la Grand vs Jet Hemi  the winner gets the title shot 
I wont lie i hope jet pulls it off!

Anything you’d like to add for the interview?

Devin:

 

Well I would just still love to express my gratitude to you 
Mr. JJ Media and to the whole EFC staff for taking a chance on me
after Highland Games dropped me for being too young haha.

Thanks for believing in me and giving me a chance to excel at your org. 
I’m really grateful for having such a great home. Thank you very much J 

 

J.J Media:

Thank you champ and its been my honor having you in this org  i am looking forward to seeing your next fight. 


Devin: 

No problem. And thank you for taking your time and listening. More power to EFC!


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Posted 05 July 2015 - 06:04 PM

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Clinton "Baked Fish" Offley

 

"Have you seen that fight with Gumble? Shiiit, kimuras from side control ain't easy to secure but once you have it, your opponent'll have to ask friends to light the spliff for him for the next week. I'm damn ecstatic to finally win the title and Gumble is a one tough son of a beach (cause we both started on the Island, so be... get it?).

 

Next fight I'll have here will be something special, that I promiss. Can't tell the details yet, but I'll give you a hint: just a while ago I was streaming a big event from London, and not only for personal pleasure (meaning that  I wasn't high while watching it)."


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Posted 05 July 2015 - 07:38 PM


 I was able to sit down with MMA fighter Devin Jaqquard The Executioner FC Bantamweight Champion

"Silverback" Devin Jaqquard

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J.J Media:

 

Devin you just defend your championship belt for the second time. How would you rate your performance?

 

Devin:

 

I think I’ll give myself a 9 out of 10 score, simply because I wasn’t able to finish him.

I mean, I pretty much dominated the entire fight but I always look for the finish
coz the fans love that and it takes away any chance where the judges might take the victory from you.
 
But overall, I’m really glad to be able to defend the belt a 2nd time against a tough, tough opponent.
 
J.J Media:
 
I dont know if you been told this or not but some mma betting sites
had you as the underdog in your fight with the The Crown Prince" Arthas Menethil
what do you think about that ?


Devin:
 
I wasn’t aware of it, but I’m not surprised to hear it, I mean I’m used to it. 

I was a guy who wasn’t supposed to be here at the top. 

I started out as a teenager in the Island battling against much older and seasoned guys, and my stay there wasn’t perfect 

but I think I managed to surprise a lot of people.

 

So to everyone who bet against me my last fight, eat your heart out people!

Hahaha kidding. But it’s always nice to prove people wrong you know.  
 

J.J Media:

 

yes sir i do know.Let's just hope they did not bet  too much.  

Was Menethil your biggest test in the cage so far?


Devin:
 
I dunno, but he is the best grappler I’ve faced so far.
 
But I think I was more wary of guys like Ville Akohas and Kusi Amou
who had dynamite in their hands who were always a threat on the feet.

Also former champ Fitzgerald who wasn’t as explosive as those two but has great technique and a well-rounded stand up game.
  
But I do credit Arthas’ Chin. He took some big shots from me and not once did he get rocked throughout 5 rounds. 
Also his clinch game was great and that gave me a bit of a hard time. 

 
J.J Media:

 

Arthas’ like your self is young he will be back .

World combat is now Executioner FC .

What do you think of the new name?

Devin: 

It’s awesome. Definitely gives the org some much needed branding. 
I think it suits the personality of most of the fighters here.

 
J.J Media:
 
Glad you like and yes we have some executioner thats for sure!

What do you feel is your biggest strength?


Devin:

 

Still my well-roundedness and my grit. I could fight anywhere, finish a fight anywhere and just find a way to win anywhere.

My wrestling base also helps me a lot especially the small intangibles like balance and power to set up my strikes and takedowns.

And definitely my heart.

I’ve had two tough losses before that really crushed my spirit but I just got up and got better.

Learned from it. 
 
 
J.J Media:

 

What’s your favorite strike/submission to use in any fight?


Devin:

 

I’m an old school guy, so I pretty much rely on a lot of boxing techniques
when it comes to striking, but I’ve also been trying to incorporate kicks in my arsenal.

I love to stick with the basics.


I’ve been complimented before for my text-book stiff jab, and like most wrestlers I love throwing that overhand-right.
As for submissions, any guy I train with knows I love going for chokes, particularly the RNC.

Sucks tho, I haven’t finished anyone in a fight with it yet haha.
I came close tho with that Derick John fight haha.

My arm locks are pretty decent too. Just ask Addict Yo and Brett Iowa. Haha.

 
J.J Media:

 

What does it mean to you to be the champion?


Devin:

 

It means everything to me. It’s actually best feeling to have in the whole world. 
It’s the reason most fighters fight.
 
To have that chance to be called the best.
And it’s always nice to have that label “champion” in your legacy.

 

JJ media:

 

Just like Matt,Mouba,Wad and all the other champs and fourmer champ of this org 
you will always be a champion in my book

Devin any chance of a super fight with you and the 145 lbs champion?


Devin:

 

Absolutely.

I got mad respect for Mamad Mouba and he is a complete fighter like myself.
 
If the cards play right, maybe someday in the near future we get a chance to throw down.
 
Well after we agree on a weight and of course we still have to clean out our respective divisions.
 
There are still a lot of potential challengers at 135.
 
Like Dale la Grand or even the resurging Jet Hemi.
 
I’m no match maker but I think the winner of that fight might get the shot at the belt next.
 
Jensen Haye has also tear through the competition so far and I won’t be surprised if he’ll soon be considered for a shot as well.
 
 
J.J Media:

 

Jet Hemi man that guy is a fighter win or lose he puts it all online 

Dale la Grand vs Jet Hemi  the winner gets the title shot 
I wont lie i hope jet pulls it off!

Anything you’d like to add for the interview?

Devin:

 

Well I would just still love to express my gratitude to you 
Mr. JJ Media and to the whole EFC staff for taking a chance on me
after Highland Games dropped me for being too young haha.

Thanks for believing in me and giving me a chance to excel at your org. 
I’m really grateful for having such a great home. Thank you very much J 

 

J.J Media:

Thank you champ and its been my honor having you in this org  i am looking forward to seeing your next fight. 


Devin: 

No problem. And thank you for taking your time and listening. More power to EFC!

 

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Jensen Haye (6-1-0) 135lbs

 

 That was a great interview with Devin Jaqquard, really good to see that a top fighter can be humble and eloquent outside the cage as well as a complete beast inside. I'm definitely working my way up to get a fight you and when I do eventually get it, I expect it to be one hell of a fight and the toughest fight of my career to date.

It's a bit disappointing to be looked over for a title shot as the #1 contender but I guess I'll see what happens after my fight with Kirk Lancaster as to what happens next. Keep a hold of that belt for me, Devin, I'm coming for it soon.


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Posted 06 July 2015 - 02:00 AM

 

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 That was a great interview with Devin Jaqquard, really good to see that a top fighter can be humble and eloquent outside the cage as well as a complete beast inside. I'm definitely working my way up to get a fight you and when I do eventually get it, I expect it to be one hell of a fight and the toughest fight of my career to date.

It's a bit disappointing to be looked over for a title shot as the #1 contender but I guess I'll see what happens after my fight with Kirk Lancaster as to what happens next. Keep a hold of that belt for me, Devin, I'm coming for it soon.

 

 

                                                                                                                        24w23.jpg                                                                                                                       "Silverback" Devin Jaqquard (11-2-0)  

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Appreciate the kind words Mr. Jensen. I'm also looking forward to sharing the ring with you soon. Best of luck on your upcoming fight


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Posted 06 July 2015 - 03:56 AM

While I'd be gutted to see Devin Jaqquard lost the title, if somehow Jet Hemi beats Dale and then gets a shot how could I not root for that dude?

 

Clinton Offley's win was HUGE. I'm assuming the man he was talking about was Pedro Lazaro, I bet he can't believe that his former training partner dropped the belt in HG around the same time. Big shifts in the heavyweight division for both orgs this week. 


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Posted 07 July 2015 - 02:36 AM

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"The Real King" Mamad Mouba 

 

I'm Back !!! For those who don't know me I am the first Executioner FW Champion and now I got my title Back, I am The Real King and you better not forget it !!! Congrats anyway to Jesus Montalban sorry to give you your first loss but you had something that belongs to me. 

 

That said I want Devin Jaqquard to stop being such a scam I know you back from the Island, stop trying to bullshit the public, your a beast inside of the cage and you love being that outside of it haha


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Posted 07 July 2015 - 08:21 AM

 

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Wednesday night plays host to EFC’s next card so you better have your night cleared, the beers on ice and the nachos warmed up! Executioner Get chopped LIVE from the Liberty Dome in New York featuring Tony Bullard (20-2) against Garrick Head (6-2) for the EFC Lightweight Championship! And this is just the cherry on top of a stacked ten fight card, as Hughtavious Mingo (12-3) vs Joe Durham fight lower down the card for the Light Heavyweight title.

 

155 lbs Championship Fight: Tony Bullard vs Garrick Head

 

Coming into his first defence of the lightweight championship Bullard is surely the favourite against Head. Bullard has been the promotions welterweight champion since beating Quin Kenobi in February of this year with four defences already. He’s been the lightweight champion since beating Better Dead in April but is yet to defend which is what makes this fight so exciting.

 

Don’t write Head off so quickly, he’s on a four fight win streak and usually fights at a much heavier weight. Head’s last two fights have been at 155 but before that he was fighting way up at heavyweight. He’s proven he can cut an unbelievable amount of weight and make the weight class earning himself a title shot. The Londoner poses a threat standing up and on the ground being able to find a finish in all six wins rarely going into the second round. So does he have what it takes to be able to go five rounds?

 

The Iceland born Bullard has an almost perfect Muay Thai style that helps him score a devastating record of twenty TKO wins. The man’s wrestling is world class but he’s often stumped when down on the mat. Luckily for him we don’t expect this fight to go to the floor to often. It’s no secret the fan favourite is also the bookies favourite. We tip our hat to Bullard as well but this is defiantly going to be a battle of cardio.

 

205 lbs Co-main event: Dieter Von Sprockets vs Jimmie Craig

 

The co-main event sees fan favourite German wrestler Sprockets (11-4) test his stand up against Canadian boxing maestro Jimmie Craig (14-6). Sprocket will come out determined to get the win coming off a second round KO loss. What we expect to be a true test of stand up against wrestling could end up going either way. Sprocket is going to try and stand in the pocket and get close enough to get a takedown but is going to have to get through Craig’s dangerous strikes that scored him a 52 second KO win less than a month ago.

 

Whoever wins you have to think they are in the title picture next time out.

 

205 lbs Championship Fight: Hughtavious Mingo vs Joe Durham

 

If you’re not pumped enough for the main event, EFC have delighted us to second title fight between champion Mingo and Durham. Why is this so low on the card? Durham is rookie at 7-0 compared the much young 21 year old champion Mingo(12-3). Mingo is looking for his first defence and is tipped to walk this fight for an easy win. This quite likely could be the case if the fight stays standing up. If the fight hits the mat these two are fairly evenly matched. With his undefeated strike coming from nothing but submissions Durham is going to defiantly be looking for the takedown, which is going to be his hardest challenge to date in Mingo.

 

185 lbs: Marcus Child vs Angel Face

 

Coming off his first loss "Voodoo" Child (2-1) wants to get back to winning against Face (7-1) who has also just suffered his first loss. The fans are still completely behind the wrestler Angel Face but are yet to warm up to Child with only three fights under his belt. This fight has all the makings of being a superb battle between two desperate men. Don’t expect this one to go to the judges.

 

265 lbs: San Terra vs Tang Bang

 

Since changing manager Tang Bang (5-2) was reinvented himself with a two win steak looking for the third against veteran San Terra (14-10) who was been knocked out in his last two outings. This time Terra needs to be worried about a KO while also watching out for Bang’s wrestling. Bang’s last two wins are by TKO yet is a master wrestler. Terra is going to try stay on his feet and out box his competitor.

 

155 lbs: Fernando Diaz v Where Yo Girl

 

The Spaniard Fernando Diaz (6-0) is a magician with his submission and aims to keep his win streak alive against Where Yo Girl. Girl struggles to finish fights usually relying on the judges for the win. A competitive striker but you have to think he is going to be no challenge for Diaz if this one hits the mat.

 

170 lbs: Better Dead vs Giacomo Ysengrin

 

Better "Off" Dead (11-8) is no stranger to the lime light, so much so that many fans will be disappointed to see him so low on the card. Coming off his title lose to main eventer Tony Bullard, Dead is going to have the fire in his belly to get back to winning. Does Ysengrin (2-1) have much to bring to Dead, competent boxing could match is stand up and excellent wrestling could give Ysengrin a slight edge. Although with all his wins by way of decision you have to think the ball is not in Ysengrin’s park.

 

265+ lbs: Otto Hauser vs Mason Hill

 

Two giants of men in Hauser (5-1) and Hill (7-2) could surprisingly end up being fight of the night. Both of these huge men have proven they can go the distance yet also have impressive KO victories in their records. This bout is likely to stay standing and don’t be surprised if it ends in another spectacular KO by one of the two men wanting to continue to build an impressive record.

 

155 lbs: Erick Clap vs Reggie Wayne

 

Who? Well let me clue you because this lower card fight is a rematch. Wayne (0-1) is going to want to revenge his lose to Clap (1-1) from when the fought early last month. There’s no love lost between these two and don’t count the rookies out, this fight is going to be a war that could rival the rest of the card. Both men are well rounded fighter that have a promising career ahead but need to build on their records. Has Clap got the metal edge over Wayne after knocking him out thirty two days ago?

 

135 lbs: Mizzieko Bestro v Oke Yagin

 

The opening fight to the card is just as interesting as any over. Do or die time for Bestro (1-2) who is in desperate need to find a win if he expects any more fans or fight offers to come his way. Yet he needs to go through Yagin (2-0) who has a promising career with no interest in losing anytime soon. Yagin was an answer for everything standing up and down on the mat, with TKO wins it’s going to be an uphill battle for Bestro to not become the third.

 

That’s been your quick run through of EFC’s Executioner Get chopped by £4£. If you don’t have a ticket be sure to order on pay per view, we sure are!


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#19 Tycooner

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Posted 07 July 2015 - 11:05 AM

EFC’s ‘Executioner Get chopped’ Preview.

 

 

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Wednesday night plays host to EFC’s next card so you better have your night cleared, the beers on ice and the nachos warmed up! Executioner Get chopped LIVE from the Liberty Dome in New York featuring Tony Bullard (20-2) against Garrick Head (6-2) for the EFC Lightweight Championship! And this is just the cherry on top of a stacked ten fight card, as Hughtavious Mingo (12-3) vs Joe Durham fight lower down the card for the Light Heavyweight title.

 

155 lbs Championship Fight: Tony Bullard vs Garrick Head

 

Coming into his first defence of the lightweight championship Bullard is surely the favourite against Head. Bullard has been the promotions welterweight champion since beating Quin Kenobi in February of this year with four defences already. He’s been the lightweight champion since beating Better Dead in April but is yet to defend which is what makes this fight so exciting.

 

Don’t write Head off so quickly, he’s on a four fight win streak and usually fights at a much heavier weight. Head’s last two fights have been at 155 but before that he was fighting way up at heavyweight. He’s proven he can cut an unbelievable amount of weight and make the weight class earning himself a title shot. The Londoner poses a threat standing up and on the ground being able to find a finish in all six wins rarely going into the second round. So does he have what it takes to be able to go five rounds?

 

The Iceland born Bullard has an almost perfect Muay Thai style that helps him score a devastating record of twenty TKO wins. The man’s wrestling is world class but he’s often stumped when down on the mat. Luckily for him we don’t expect this fight to go to the floor to often. It’s no secret the fan favourite is also the bookies favourite. We tip our hat to Bullard as well but this is defiantly going to be a battle of cardio.

 

205 lbs Co-main event: Dieter Von Sprockets vs Jimmie Craig

 

The co-main event sees fan favourite German wrestler Sprockets (11-4) test his stand up against Canadian boxing maestro Jimmie Craig (14-6). Sprocket will come out determined to get the win coming off a second round KO loss. What we expect to be a true test of stand up against wrestling could end up going either way. Sprocket is going to try and stand in the pocket and get close enough to get a takedown but is going to have to get through Craig’s dangerous strikes that scored him a 52 second KO win less than a month ago.

 

Whoever wins you have to think they are in the title picture next time out.

 

205 lbs Championship Fight: Hughtavious Mingo vs Joe Durham

 

If you’re not pumped enough for the main event, EFC have delighted us to second title fight between champion Mingo and Durham. Why is this so low on the card? Durham is rookie at 7-0 compared the much young 21 year old champion Mingo(12-3). Mingo is looking for his first defence and is tipped to walk this fight for an easy win. This quite likely could be the case if the fight stays standing up. If the fight hits the mat these two are fairly evenly matched. With his undefeated strike coming from nothing but submissions Durham is going to defiantly be looking for the takedown, which is going to be his hardest challenge to date in Mingo.

 

185 lbs: Marcus Child vs Angel Face

 

Coming off his first loss "Voodoo" Child (2-1) wants to get back to winning against Face (7-1) who has also just suffered his first loss. The fans are still completely behind the wrestler Angel Face but are yet to warm up to Child with only three fights under his belt. This fight has all the makings of being a superb battle between two desperate men. Don’t expect this one to go to the judges.

 

265 lbs: San Terra vs Tang Bang

 

Since changing manager Tang Bang (5-2) was reinvented himself with a two win steak looking for the third against veteran San Terra (14-10) who was been knocked out in his last two outings. This time Terra needs to be worried about a KO while also watching out for Bang’s wrestling. Bang’s last two wins are by TKO yet is a master wrestler. Terra is going to try stay on his feet and out box his competitor.

 

155 lbs: Fernando Diaz v Where Yo Girl

 

The Spaniard Fernando Diaz (6-0) is a magician with his submission and aims to keep his win streak alive against Where Yo Girl. Girl struggles to finish fights usually relying on the judges for the win. A competitive striker but you have to think he is going to be no challenge for Diaz if this one hits the mat.

 

170 lbs: Better Dead vs Giacomo Ysengrin

 

Better "Off" Dead (11-8) is no stranger to the lime light, so much so that many fans will be disappointed to see him so low on the card. Coming off his title lose to main eventer Tony Bullard, Dead is going to have the fire in his belly to get back to winning. Does Ysengrin (2-1) have much to bring to Dead, competent boxing could match is stand up and excellent wrestling could give Ysengrin a slight edge. Although with all his wins by way of decision you have to think the ball is not in Ysengrin’s park.

 

265+ lbs: Otto Hauser vs Mason Hill

 

Two giants of men in Hauser (5-1) and Hill (7-2) could surprisingly end up being fight of the night. Both of these huge men have proven they can go the distance yet also have impressive KO victories in their records. This bout is likely to stay standing and don’t be surprised if it ends in another spectacular KO by one of the two men wanting to continue to build an impressive record.

 

155 lbs: Erick Clap vs Reggie Wayne

 

Who? Well let me clue you because this lower card fight is a rematch. Wayne (0-1) is going to want to revenge his lose to Clap (1-1) from when the fought early last month. There’s no love lost between these two and don’t count the rookies out, this fight is going to be a war that could rival the rest of the card. Both men are well rounded fighter that have a promising career ahead but need to build on their records. Has Clap got the metal edge over Wayne after knocking him out thirty two days ago?

 

135 lbs: Mizzieko Bestro v Oke Yagin

 

The opening fight to the card is just as interesting as any over. Do or die time for Bestro (1-2) who is in desperate need to find a win if he expects any more fans or fight offers to come his way. Yet he needs to go through Yagin (2-0) who has a promising career with no interest in losing anytime soon. Yagin was an answer for everything standing up and down on the mat, with TKO wins it’s going to be an uphill battle for Bestro to not become the third.

 

That’s been your quick run through of EFC’s Executioner Get chopped by £4£. If you don’t have a ticket be sure to order on pay per view, we sure are!

Nice preview sir thanks


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#20 MBennet

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Posted 07 July 2015 - 03:13 PM

Very nice preview man. Keep it up.


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