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#21 UniConor

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Posted 15 January 2014 - 09:55 PM

Damn! That was an awesome fight by the way. Just so you know I picked white as an underdog upset pick, glad you came through buddy. Best of luck to you in the lightwieght division.

Thanks mate :) I have no idea what Mr Mendes was thinking standing up but damn did my fighter make him pay for it


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Posted 15 January 2014 - 10:16 PM

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Posted 17 January 2014 - 09:08 PM

Barbarian FC is making a statement and that is Fight Time is for real. On the first Fight Time we got to see Jared Gracie versus Dustin Clare, and now we get three fights that are main event worthy. In action we have Maia, Couture, Paul, Saintclair, Lepew, and Sierra plus many more. As always we will be brought to you by Mango Nutrition, and we will pack The Underground on January 22. Looking for yet another sell out so get your tickets as soon as possible.

 

Preliminary Bout Number One- Heavyweight Fight

 

Ernesto “La Muerte” El Angel (0-2) {0-1} versus Paulo “Paulinho” Vieira (1-1) {0-1}

 

Both of these Heavyweight fighters will be looking to pick up their first win in BFC. El Angel is a wrestler who will want to take this fight to the ground. From there he will need to watch out for the submission, but stay aggressive and look for every opportunity to do some damage with some ground and pound. Vieira is the better striker in this one and will want to stay off the ground. In his last bout he was knocked out early due to a series of wild punches that was countered. Vieira will want to take it a little easy in this one, and not get so wild. If he does El Angel will be able to take him down and get the win. I am going to pick Vieira to get a close win by TKO in the third round, but only if he can cool it down.

 

Preliminary Bout Number Two- Lightweight Fight

 

Daniel “Danny” Willians (0-2) {0-2} versus Diego “Nightmare” Rios (0-0) {0-0}

 

Typical boxer versus wrestler matchup in this one. Willians is a wonderful wrestler always looking for a little ground and pound action. In his first bout he took down a submission specialist and in his second bout got taken down by a submission fighter, at least in this one he will be the better ground fighter. He should be looking to get this fight to the ground as quickly as possible. Rios on the other hand is a Remarkable boxer as well as having some Muay Thai training. In his debut he will want to mix up the strikes to keep Willians off balance and prevent any take down attempt. This is a tuff call but I will pick Willians to get a close win. I think he will be able to ground and pound his way to victory in the second round.

 

Preliminary Bout Number Three- Bantamweight Fight

 

Tiago “Sensi” Andre (0-1) {0-0} versus Miralles “El Diablo” Cezar (0-2) {0-0}

 

Andre is the better standup guy in this bout, and will want to keep it standing. Keeping it standing will not guarantee a victory for him, because Cezar is not a bum in the striking game. Andre is a Muay Thai striker with some boxing back round and should look for head kicks at a distance, and when it gets up close and personal go for some dirty boxing in the clinch. Cezar will want to take this fight to the ground, even though he is only a blue belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu it’s still much better than Andre. Cezar can strike and should look to take control of the fight from anywhere he can. I believe Cezar will get the win in this fight by decision.

 

Preliminary Bout Number Four- Light Heavyweight Fight

 

Ray Nogueira (2-1) {1-0} versus Austin “Boss” Black (1-2) {0-2}

 

Nogueira is a strong boxer and holds a purple belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Knowing that Black has submitted in all of his losses Nogueira should be looking for any chance to get a submission. Black is a respectable wrestler and should be able to keep the fight standing, but that also might be a bad idea. Nogueira is the better fighter standing up or on the ground and should look to exploit everything he can. The only way “Boss” will be able to get a win in my opinion would be to get Nogueira on his back and hold him there for the entire fifteen minutes. I am going to pick Ray Nogueira to win this fight by submission in the first round.

 

Preliminary Bout Number Five- Heavyweight Fight

 

Rodrigo “One Hit KO” Tyson (2-2) {0-1} versus Matheus “The Legend Wild Killer” Lucas (0-0) {0-0}

 

Tyson is due for a win, or at least the way his record states its time for a win. Tyson won his first fight, lost his second, won his third, and then lost his BFC debut which was his fourth fight. All of his wins and losses have come by TKO so it would seem Tyson does not have a great chin. Tyson knows how to work the body so he does mix up his punches well. Lucas is making his professional debut in the fight world and will be looking to strike with the experienced boxer. Lucas is a wonderful Muay Thai striker and should mix in some head kicks to keep Tyson to the outside where his punches are a lot less effective. I would not suggest Lucas to clinch as Tyson does well in that department. It’s a tuff fight to call but I am going to take the boxer of the Muay Thai striker in this one. Tyson to win by KO in the first round.

 

Main Card Bout Number One- Middleweight Fight

 

Pit “Bulldog” Mies (4-1) {1-1} versus Damian “Dami” Silva (2-0) {1-0}

 

Mies is a wrestler with a brown belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Even though he is a brown belt it would seem that he would prefer to point out a victory rather than get a submission. In his five fights he is only averaging about three to four submission attempts per fight. Silva is also a wrestler and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu fighter all though he does not hold as high of a rank. The purple belt is averaging less submission attempts per fight, but only because he has needed less. Silva has attempted a total of three submissions in two fights, and has won both of his fights by submission. I am going to pick Silva to win this fight by submission in the first round, due to his ability to be more aggressive.

 

Main Card Bout Number Two- Light Heavyweight Fight

 

Daeron “Killer” Inglorion (2-0) {1-0} versus Roan Carneiro (5-2) {0-1}

 

Inglorion does not have the BJJ advantage as it is equal in this bout, but he does have the wrestling advantage. Having that may be enough to get the win on the ground and he will certainly need to try since he has no striking what so ever. Inglorion will certainly have a tuff time defending his undefeated record but if he does that could set him up with some big Light Heavyweight fights. Carneiro may have a brown belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu but I think he is going to want to try and turn this into a striking battle. Roan has the advantage standing up and should take control on the feet, while trying everything in his power to keep it standing. I do not believe he will keep it standing the entire time so I will pick Inglorion to win this bout by submission in the second round.

 

Main Card Bout Number Three- Lightweight Fight

 

Pepe “Warner” Lepew (2-0) {1-0} versus Kores “Mibon” Sierra (7-1) {2-0}

 

Almost any other event this is a main event, or at least a co-main event. This is a massive Lightweight fight featuring BFC’s number two and number four ranked Lightweights. The winner of this bout should end up getting the winner of White versus Sudo at Barbarian Fight Night-1. Lepew is a wonderful boxer and a respectable wrestler that is very aggressive in the clinch. His goal in this bout will be not only to avoid the takedown but to clinch it up and deliver as many shots to Sierra’s head as possible. The eight fight veteran Kores Sierra is a respectable wrestler as well, but he has a brown belt to back up that wrestling game. Sierra will want to get Lepew down quickly to avoid any sort of early damage and from there look for a submission. If he gets caught in Lepew’s clinch he should try to pull guard and finish from the bottom. Sierra has brought home OTN awards in both of his fights in the BFC and will want to pick up a third straight OTN award and win in BFC. I do not believe he will do this as I am picking Lepew to win by knockout in the first round.

 

Co-Main Event, Main Card Bout Number Four- Middleweight Fight

 

Dj Paul (4-0) {0-0} versus Andrei “Sapo” Saintclair (3-0) {2-0}

 

These are the two topped ranked Middleweights in BFC, and Saintclair has worked his butt off in BFC to only be number two. Paul is making his BFC debut as the number one Middleweight in BFC. Both of these fighters are brown belts in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu as well as having wrestling back rounds. Paul is the shorter fighter with a higher success rate in takedowns and submissions. This spells advantage Paul as the longer limbs of Saintclair will be easier to grab a hold of. Saintclair does have the big fight experience though as this will be Paul’s first fight outside of the QFC. This fight may be the hardest prediction I have ever had to make. I am going to pick Paul to win in a very close bout, I am going with a submission victory in the second round.

 

Main Event and Main Card Bout Number Five- Light Heavyweight Bout

 

Aderbal “Tapout” Maia (6-0) {2-0} versus Pedro Couture (2-0) {0-0}

 

Another classic ground versus stand up fighter bout, but this one promises to not leave the first round. Maia is six and zero with all of his wins coming by way of submission in the first round. Couture is two and zero with both wins coming by knockout in the first round. Both of these guys have some wrestling back round to add to their skill set. Maia has already fought in BFC and Couture is making his debut, a debuting win for Couture would turn the Light Heavyweight division upside down. Maia should have one clear goal in mind and that would be to get this fight to the ground, while Couture will be looking for the knockout before Maia even gets a chance to take him down. I think Maia will get the take down and quick submission in this one, and I think that submission will come in the first round.

 

Three huge fights a few more big fights and six fighters making their BFC debuts. For any of your nutritional needs please get to your closest Mango Nutrition provider. This has been Tony Rossi with another event preview. If you want to comment on any of this please drop a line on the Smack Talk thread. All writings are owned by BFC and may not be reproduced without written expressed consent.


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Posted 17 January 2014 - 09:21 PM

I'm loving the way this org and write ups are set up. I'm taking notes for when it comes time to start my org. 

 

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#25 nandorossi

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Posted 17 January 2014 - 09:35 PM

I'm loving the way this org and write ups are set up. I'm taking notes for when it comes time to start my org. 

 

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Thanks for the love man. If you do not have a fighter here get one over to BFC. It is a lot of fun, and I know Pedro wants more activity and you seem to be very fourm active. It would be a great addition to get such an active user.


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#26 dbsh209

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Posted 17 January 2014 - 09:42 PM

Thanks for the love man. If you do not have a fighter here get one over to BFC. It is a lot of fun, and I know Pedro wants more activity and you seem to be very fourm active. It would be a great addition to get such an active user.

 

Careful for what you wish for.

 

Great write-up. 


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#27 nandorossi

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Posted 17 January 2014 - 09:55 PM

LOL. I know what you mean, also thanks for write up support.


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Posted 17 January 2014 - 10:08 PM

Your wish shall be granted. ;) MUWHAHAHAHAHAHHAA


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Posted 20 January 2014 - 12:00 AM

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Posted 20 January 2014 - 01:26 AM

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Posted 20 January 2014 - 08:28 PM

Welcome back to Barbarian Fight Club’s event previews. Today we will take a look at Barbarian Friday Night-1. As always our merchandise partner will be Mango Nutrition and they will have stands located in and all around the arena. Barbarian Friday Night-1 will be presented on Friday January 24th from Wild Bob’s Bar. It is a small venue so get your tickets now!

 

Preliminary Bout Number One- Heavyweight Fight

 

Junior “Massacre” Lima (0-3) {0-0} versus “The Sinister Kid” Louis Le Tueur (0-1) {0-0}

 

Lima is surly a striker, training in boxing and Muay Thai. In his first fight he lost by decision and in his second and third he was defeated by submission in the first round. Lima will want to get on the winning ways, losing your first three fights of your pro career can be devastating. Obviously he can only really strike so do not look for many if any take down attempts from him. Across the cage will be standing “The Sinister Kid” who is a wonderful boxer and proficient wrestler. Le Tueur looked terrible on the ground in his first fight, but did stuff fifty percent of his opponents takedown attempts. He looked a bit timed in the clinch, but he was fighting someone that was a lot older. In this bout I would exspet him to come out firing away and try to be the first to knockout Lima. If things get dicey he could look to shoot the double for some ground and pound. I am going to pick Le Tueur to win this fight by a very close decision since Lima has proven he can take a punch.

 

Preliminary Bout Number Two- Middleweight Fight

 

“Andinho” Anderson Silva (1-1) {0-0} versus Bruce Day (0-1) {0-0}

 

Silva is a respectable boxer, and he holds a blue belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu so his ground game is not horrible. The nineteen year old Brazilian native will have the crowd on his side as well as the striking. In his split decision win Silva was able to stuff a lot of takedowns as well as hit a high percentage of head punches. If I was in Silva’s corner I would be telling him to throw more punch and worry less about everything else in this bout. Bruce Day is kind of a jack of all trades, but is not strong in anything. His ground game should be better than Silva’s and he should look to get the takedown nice and early. It may be hard to submit Silva considering both men are blue belts but the takedowns and ground control could get Day a decision win. Personally I don’t think that will happen, and I am going to pick Silva to win by decision.

 

Preliminary Bout Number Three- Bantamweight Fight

 

“Pei_Pei” Matheus Peixoto (1-1) {0-0} versus “The Phenomenal One” Andrew Jennings (0-1) {0-1}

 

Peixoto is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu purple belt with his only win coming by way of submission. Clearly he will want this fight to go to the ground by any means necessary. Matheus does have some training in Muay Thai as well as some wrestling, and he should utilize that training to get the fight down to the ground and into a dominate position. “The Phenomenal One” did not look so phenomenal in his first and only fight getting submitted in only eighteen seconds. Jennings will want to change up his game plan for his next fight obviously. Jennings is a wonderful wrestler and will want to put Peixoto on his back, but he will need to stay active and try to improve position because you do not want to be in a purple belts guard for too long. I will not be able to make a prediction on this fight due to the fact I manage Jennings and would not want to pick against my fighter, or seem like a homer because I am always picking my own guy.

 

Preliminary Bout Number Four- Welterweight Fight

 

Georgie “Twinkletoes” Chapman (1-1) {0-0} versus Relo “Sempre” Seufoles (1-1) {0-0}

 

“Twinkletoes” is a wonderful wrestler with a little bit of boxing and Muay Thai training. Chapman does not seem like the kind of fighter who would want to stand and strike but he is improving his striking everyday which might mean we will see a different Chapman. Chapman is more of a ground and pounder who should be looking to take down his opponent as soon as the chance arises. Relo is a Muay Thai based striker who’s only win came as a split decision. He then lost his next fight by submission in the third round. “Sempre” has shown he has good cardio and a great chin, now he just needs to prove that he has great takedown defense and he could win this bout. I believe that Georgie Chapman will get the takedown and ground and pound his way to victory in the second round.

 

Preliminary Bout Number Five- Bantamweight Fight

 

Sergei “3be” Shunkov (1-1) {1-0} versus “Commander” Jake Malcomes (1-0) {0-0}

 

Shunkov was very impressive in his BFC debut, taking down a wonderful wrestler and then getting a submission in just eighteen seconds. Sergei does not have much of a striking game so clearly he will want to get this fight down to the ground, but I do not see an eighteen second submission in this fight, since his opponent is a purple belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Even though Malcomes does have a purple belt I am not sold he will want this fight to go to the ground since he should have the clear advantage striking do to his boxing back round. In his only fight Malcomes was taken down and from the bottom full guard position he was able to finish the fight with a triangle choke at just thirty five seconds. I think Malcomes and Shunkov both have a lot of confidence in there submission games now, and I think the purple belt Jake Malcomes ends up with a first round submission victory, maybe even from the bottom again.

 

Main Card Bout Number One- Heavyweight Fight

 

Antonio Ignascio Erazo (1-0) {0-0} versus Chin HoKelly (1-1) {1-1}

 

Erazo will not get an easy debut to Barbarian as he will be taking on HoKelly who has already put two notches on his headboard in BFC. These two fighters have very similar styles as they are both wonderful boxers and respectable wrestlers. To continue the similarities both fighters like the clinch range dirty boxing style of fighting and this should promise to have a knockout winner. HoKelly is the taller fighter, which in a striking bout you would expect that to work to his advantage but I am not so sure in this one. Since most of this bout should take place on the inside the lengthiness of HoKelly could be his downfall. Chin although is the more aggressive fighter and that could come into play in this one. I am going to pick a first round knockout and I will flip a coin and say HoKelly wins it.

 

Main Card Bout Number Two- Welterweight Fight

 

Rajesh “Raj” Koothrappali (2-0) {2-0} versus Christopher “The Wolf” Newton (1-0) {1-0}

 

Both of these fighters are wrestling back round Brazilian Jiu Jitsu fighters. Also both fighters are currently holding purple belts in the art of BJJ. Koothrappali is the better wrestler but in exchange of that Newton is better in striking. Basically I see this fight going down to the ground quickly. Newton has one hundred percent takedown percentage as he is one for one. Koothrappali is an abysmal five of twenty one in that department. The stats do not get better for the incredibly aggressive Raj as he has two submissions on fifty three attempts, while Newton is much better at one for eight. I think the over aggressive nature of Koothrappali will be his demise as I am picking Newton to win by submission in the first round.

 

Main Card Bout Number Three- Light Heavyweight Fight

 

Scott “Crusher” Bigelow (1-0) {0-0} versus Sheldon “The Doctor” Cooper (2-0) {2-0}

 

Bigelow is a Muay Thai fighter and wrestler so he can keep the distance and strike or clinch it up. In both of those spots in his debut to Barbarian Fight Club he will have an advantage over his opponent. Bigelow should look for another early head kick knockout but if it is not there he will want to go to the clinch to avoid Cooper’s takedowns. Sheldon Cooper is two and zero with both wins coming by submission in the BFC. Both of those submissions came in the first round and against the same opponent so now it is time to really see what he is made of. Will the brown belt be able to get the take down and another first round submission? My guess is yes, I see Bigelow getting taken down and submitted near the end of the first round.

 

Co-Main Event, Main Card Bout Number Four- Heavyweight Fight

 

Diego Nunes (3-0) {0-0} versus Jermain “Big Nasty” Johnson (2-0) {0-0}

 

Nunes is currently three and zero and he has finished all of his fights in the first round, two by way of doctor stoppage. He is a ground and pounder and will be looking to put Johnson on his back. It may be difficult to put Johnson on his back though seeing he is a division one wrestling champion who is also a ground and pounder. Johnson has stopped both of his opponents but in his last fight he had to go deep into the second round to get the TKO. This will be a very difficult fight to pick since both fighters are wrestlers who want to get on top and throw bombs. Johnson is a perfect nine for nine in takedown attempts while Nunes is three of eight. That is the deciding stat for me as I am picking “Big Nasty” to win this fight by TKO in the first round.

 

Main Event, Main Card Bout Number Five- Lightweight Fight

 

Zachary “Zap Zap” White (3-0) {1-0} versus Genki Sudo (2-0) {1-0}

 

Zach White is a remarkable boxer and respectable wrestler who has finished all of his opponents. White may have gotten lucky in his last bout as he was taken down by a submission artist and then was allowed back up to his feet. He took full advantage of it and knocked out Mendes shortly after being called back to his feet. Sudo is a purple belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu as well as a proficient boxer. Even though he does have some striking ability he will not want to stand and strike with White. All though I am not sure how the purple belt will get the fight to the ground as White is a much better wrestler. As long as White can stuff the Sudo takedowns he will have this fight in the bag. My prediction will be a Zachary White first round knockout.

 

This is the first of two big events over the weekend, so please look for the event preview for Barbarian FC 5: The Burst in the next day or two. As always Mango Nutrition will be the event partner so make sure you check them out for your nutritional needs. If you agree or disagree with any of these previews and predictions please let me know on the Smack Talk Forum Thread. Once again I am Tony Rossi and thank you for reading my preview of Barbarian Friday Night 1. All writings are owned by Barbarian Fight Club and this article may not be reused or reprinted without written expressed consent from BFC.


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#32 dbsh209

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Posted 20 January 2014 - 08:42 PM

Great write up again, love reading these. Newton for the first round finish! :)


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Posted 20 January 2014 - 08:58 PM

Thanks buddy. Good luck to you, and I had to go with the first round sub from one of you guys. Both of you have been very aggressive but Koothrapppali's take down percentage is terrible.  Once again good luck bro.


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Posted 20 January 2014 - 09:27 PM

Nice job. A lot of hard work right there.


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Posted 20 January 2014 - 09:48 PM

"Chapman does not seem like the kind of fighter who would want to stand and strike but he is improving his striking everyday which might mean we will see a different Chapman" -------- how the hell did he know is was training striking, i must have a spy in my camp lol :bigshock:


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Posted 20 January 2014 - 10:03 PM

Thanks buddy. Good luck to you, and I had to go with the first round sub from one of you guys. Both of you have been very aggressive but Koothrapppali's take down percentage is terrible.  Once again good luck bro.

 

He shouldn't worry about being taken down


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Posted 20 January 2014 - 10:36 PM

"Chapman does not seem like the kind of fighter who would want to stand and strike but he is improving his striking everyday which might mean we will see a different Chapman" -------- how the hell did he know is was training striking, i must have a spy in my camp lol :bigshock:

I do my home work. Chapman is 18 years old and a wonderful wrestler. If you where only working on physicals or just on wrestling you would not have 3's in boxing and Muay Thai. When I do my write ups I look at every fighters profile page to see where there stats are. Then I look at their age to try and tell what they are working on. I also look at their last few fights to see how their tactics are set, After that I begin my write up. I also look at the gyms the fighters are at when I see something such as the 3-3-12-white belt at 18 years old. You would think I would have a better fighting record from the way I do the look ups for my writing.


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Posted 20 January 2014 - 10:36 PM

Nice job. A lot of hard work right there.

Thank you very much. I hope everyone likes the write ups. :yes:


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Posted 20 January 2014 - 10:37 PM

 

He shouldn't worry about being taken down

Yeah you are the better striker, but with your submissions I thought you might shoot a double or two. I can't wait to see the fights.


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Posted 20 January 2014 - 10:40 PM

I do my home work. Chapman is 18 years old and a wonderful wrestler. If you where only working on physicals or just on wrestling you would not have 3's in boxing and Muay Thai. When I do my write ups I look at every fighters profile page to see where there stats are. Then I look at their age to try and tell what they are working on. I also look at their last few fights to see how their tactics are set, After that I begin my write up. I also look at the gyms the fighters are at when I see something such as the 3-3-12-white belt at 18 years old. You would think I would have a better fighting record from the way I do the look ups for my writing.

cant fault you mate, good job :thumbup:  just changed my training now though :hehe:


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