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#121 ludovik

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Posted 09 August 2013 - 09:16 PM

Lamotta vs Kuzuri in the finals.That's my opinion about it but we've seen it all here...
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Posted 10 August 2013 - 05:23 PM

Ascension: Crossroads (775073)

MAIN CARD

Main Event

Middleweight Title Fight

Henry Chinaski (30-6-2, 4-0-1 ASC) v Matt Murdock (27-5, 2-1 ASC)

Henry Chinaski is the Ascension current welterweight champion, he’s not satisfied with just 1 belt, he is moving up a weight class to try and take Matt Murdock’s middleweight belt. Chinaski is a super aggressive fighter; he’s fun and exciting and always puts on a great show. He is averaging 30.7 head punches standing, 10.7 body punches and 15.9 leg kicks per fight. He has average accuracy and sometimes he’s open to counter strikes. He’s been beaten up pretty well in the clinch and he has no offense from the ground, but he works hard and does a nice job of ground defense and getting back to his feet. Matt Murdock is an elite fighter, plain and simple. He has no holes that I can see, he has fantastic striking defense, he is nearly elite in his take down defense, okay, his submission defense isn’t great, his opponents have averaged .3 submissions per fight and they have pulled of 10% of them, which is exactly 1 submission. He’s aggressive, he’s quick and strong, he is landing a pretty high percentage of strikes as well with 61% of his head punches, 51% of his body punches and 60% of his leg kicks. He has elite ground defense and he can improve his position and get out of trouble very well. This is a epic end to this card. I think Matt Murdock will defend his middleweight belt in this one, he has too many weapons and that head kick is the best one. PREDICTION: Murdock 3rd round KO

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Featherweight Fight

Jake Lamotta (34-12-1, 2-0 ASC) v Meat Loaf (22-6, 3-0 ASC)

As many fights that we’ve had on this card where the two guys were like 0-5 or 0 and something combined, here’s one were we got 9-0 combined. Jake Lamotta is on a serious roll right now, winner of 6 straight fights, with 4 OTN awards, Lamotta is in the zone. Lamotta can win a fight any way, he has 13 T(KO)’s, 12 submissions and 9 decision wins. He fights pretty aggressive, but he isn’t a overly accurate striker, as he will tend to try more big shots. He does a good job with his take downs and on the mat he can be a major pain in the ass. He is averaging 13.5 ground strikes per fight and he lands 56% of them. He’s not fantastic in the clinch, but he’s not terrible. He isn’t the best on his back either, but he has shown a granite chin. Meat Loaf enters this one on a 3 fight winning streak of his own. Loaf, like Lamotta, can win in any way given to him with 7 T(KO)’s, 7 submissions and 8 decision wins. Loaf does a little more counter punching and take downs. He is averaging 5.8 take downs per fight and when he does drag the fight to the ground, he can be dominating. Loaf is very active on top and bottom. He will work to improve his position and he can control very well, wearing out his opponent. He is also averaging 10.1 ground strikes and 2.8 submissions per fight. To me I like Lamotta’s power a little more, neither guy has elite striking defense. I think the fight will probably end up on the mat and Lamotta a slight advantage with the power. PREDICTION: Lamotta decision win

Featherweight Fight

Waru Kuzuri (30-7, 2-0 ASC) v Clint Lomax (44-9-1, 2-1 ASC)

Former Osaka Niten Ichi champion, Waru Kuzuri comes into this one on a 2 fight winning streak. He’ll take on former Cage Wars Hilo champion, Clint Lomax. Kuzuri is one of the smartest fighters in the game, he has awesome power, but can also eat up points when needed. Kuzuri loves to throw the superman punch and he has 2 KO’s with it. Kuzuri is constantly trying to land the big punch, he is landing 48% of his head punches and he is averaging a whopping 40.5 per fight. He’s averaging 66.4 punches total standing per fight and 31.2 kicks. He is solid in the clinch, but he can be beat up a bit on the ground. Clint Lomax is a good, smart fighter too who can change his game plan to match his opponents style. He has gotten a lot of TKO’s in his career with 18 and 4 KO’s. He has gotten into a lot of toe to toe battles, he’s averaging 26.1 head punches per fight and his opponents are averaging 25.9. He likes to attack legs, averaging 25.3 leg kicks per fight, but he also has deadly head kicks and he’s landing 31% of them. He can also be a very tough fighter on the mat, he is landing 67% of his ground strikes and he can hurt opponents with those ground strikes. There aren’t a whole lot of weaknesses with these two guys, it’s a monster, epic battle between two of the best. You know, this one’s too good to pick a winner, cause I don’t care, it’s going to be awesome. PREDICTION: Great fight

Super Heavyweight Fight

Elvis Frost (17-2, 0-0 ASC) v Johnny Priest (19-9, 0-1 ASC)

Elvis Frost is the current London Fight Night Club champion and he will try and add another belt to his wall as he tries to make his march to the top, starting with Johnny Priest. Frost is a super violent and dangerous fighter, he has 10 KO wins so far and the 6 other TKO’s. He has good striking defense, he is an accurate and powerful striker in all areas and he can end a fight quickly, he’s only had 4 fights get past the 1st round. He has deadly head kicks, luckily for his opponents; he’s only landing 14% of them. He doesn’t try to take a fight to the mat, but he’s successful on an astounding 86% of his take down attempts while he’s standing. Johnny Priest is also a KO artist, but he was beaten soundly the last time these two fought on 6/1/13 as he was TKO’ed, but that was a 10 minute round and the fight made it to 9:22. Priest can KO someone with his hands and feet, but you wonder if he’s part razor blade as he has 4 cut stoppages and seems to cut up his opponents in every fight. He does a lot of that cutting with his clinch elbows as he can destroy fighters in the clinch, he is landing 60% of his elbows. He doesn’t want to fight on the ground, but he is very good defensively, holding opponents to just 18% landing percentage with ground strikes. This is a fantastic fight, I think Priest has learned since their last fight, but I still think Frost is too powerful. PREDICTION: Frost 2nd round KO

Welterweight Fight

Ronald McDonald (25-11, 1-1 ASC) v Vinny Russo (33-14-2, 2-0 ASC)

Rondald McDonald is an accurate striker who has heavy kicks and powerful punches. He is an elite Muay Thai fighter who can cut up his opponents with razor sharp elbows and hammer away with knees; he’s averaging 10.8 elbows and 11.1 knees per fight. He has shown good take down defense, but once taken down, he’s been average, and this is certainly his weakest point. Vinny Russo comes into this one winner of his last two fights and look to use his elite wrestling to win this one. Russo has good striking defense and he likes to counter with take downs to move a fight where he’s at his best. He averages 9.8 ground strikes and 2.3 submissions per fight and he does a fantastic job to soften up his opponents and either win rounds or open up submission opportunities. McDonald is the better stand up fighter, but he MUST stay off the mat, I think he’ll be able to clinch up and do damage there. PREDICTION: McDonald 2nd round TKO

PRELIM CARD

Middleweight Fight

Pepeng Ondoy (33-19, 3-3 ASC) v Dj Crabby Jef (15-9, 0-0 ASC)

Pepeng Ondoy has shocked people with his success, he has shown that if you are an elite boxer you can still make it in the MMA world. He has good take down defense, but when he loses it’s because he’s beaten on the mat. He is very aggressive, he is averaging 21.3 standing head punches, 20.3 body punches and 23 clinch punches per fight. This is going to be a terrible matchup for Ondoy as Dj Crabby Jef likes to take a fight to the mat. He is averaging 5.9 take downs per fight and although he has solid stand up skill, not as good as ondoy. Crabby Jef is a very good fighter on the mat, he is landing 52% of his ground strikes and he has 8 submission wins. Classic boxer vs grappler in this one, Ondoy has got to be perfect with his take down defense and he must be accurate with his strikes. PREDICTION: Jef 2nd round submission

Heavyweight Fight

Ameri CanChopper (18-10, 0-2 ASC) v Ivan Barac (21-12, 0-3 ASC)

Here are two more fighters that are struggling right now, they are 0-5 combined over their last 5 fights. CanChopper has very good power, but he has some questions about his chin at this point with 8 T(KO) loses. He lands a very good percentage of his strikes and he has deadly elbows and knees in the clinch. He has good take down skills, but he doesn’t do much offensively one he’s on top. Ivan Barac has good striking power, he can get KO’s and cut people up with both hands and feet. He’s an aggressive guy who is averaging 25.9 punches per fight. He’s shown decent striking defense, but he still tends to get hit a little too often. I like CanChopper in this one, he can land a high percentage of strikes and Barac’s striking defense isn’t great. PREDICTION: CanChopper 2nd round TKO

Light Heavyweight Fight

Hale Erwin (15-7, 9-7 ASC) v Seppo Kastinen (15-7-1, 1-2 ASC)

Hale Erwin has lost his last 2 fights and he’s going to have to change a few things up to turn this around. Erwin has the superior power in this one, he has 14 T(KO) wins. Erwin likes to avoid the ground if he can; he is a solid striker who usually outstrikes his opponents. He lands a decent percentage of strikes, 53% of his head punches, 51% of his body punches and 63% of his leg kicks. Seppo Kastinen lost his last fight vs Erwin, so he’s looking for revenge in the rematch. Kastinen was completely dominated in the fight, he went for some take downs and it wore him out. Kastinen is averaging 9.8 take downs per fight; he doesn’t have great skills standing, so he needs a fight on the mat as soon as possible. He averages 5.5 submissions per fight and he has 9 submission wins. I think Erwin will do much of the same as their last fight. PREDICTION: Erwin 2nd round TKO

Super Heavyweight Fight

King Nile (9-5, 1-0 ASC) v Sean Stone (17-9, 0-0 ASC)

King Nile has finished all his wins by T(KO) and he does it with powerful stand up fighting. He has shown decent striking defense and he has good kicking, although he’s only landing 18% of his head kicks. He has been beaten up a bit in the clinch and it’s been a hard time for him on the mat so far. Sean Stone is a well-rounded fighter who can win in all ways. Stone likes to use a lot of leg kicks to set up take downs, he is averaging 11 leg kicks and 5.7 take downs per fight. He is more of counter striker and can tend to lose rounds if he’s not landing his strikes. He is a very good ground fighter, averaging 14.1 ground strikes and he lands 50% of them. This fight will end up on the ground I’m sure, I think Stone has the better take down skills and ground skills. PREDICTION: Stone 2nd round TKO

Light Heavyweight Fight

Hans Laudrup (34-23, 8-6 ASC) v Kurokawa Kenji (32-14, 7-5 ASC)

These guys are 0-4 combined over their last 4 fights and Kurokawa Kenji is 2-5 over his last 7 fights. Hans Laudrup is more of a decisions guy; he doesn’t have a lot of power as you would think from a light heavyweight. He uses good stand up and solid ground striking to win his fights. Kenji has more power and he can end fights with punching and kicking. He is an aggressive fighter both standing and in the clinch as he averages 38.5 standing punches and 19.2 clinch punches per fight. He has no offensive game on the ground, but he is solid at defense and take down defense. This should be a solid stand up fight, but I think Laudrup will get the fight down to the mat and win it there. PREDICTION: Laudrup decision win
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Posted 13 August 2013 - 02:53 PM

THE FINALS!

August 23rd 2013




#5 Loaf vs #13 Kuzuri


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Posted 23 August 2013 - 06:13 AM

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L. Dovik speaking… Hello everybody and welcome back to another Ascension preview. This time we present to you our King of The Hill event. Tonight we’ll get to see two of the top 205 lbs. fighters on the planet facing each other for a shot at Sackett’s belt. We also have the much anticipated featherweight tournament final putting Meat Loaf against Waru Kuzuri. The winner will get 4 million dollars and a title shot against #1 p4p Danny Power. This time, Chad Didion was not able to make this preview and I’m doing it for him. He’ll probably be absent for the next one but September 1st we’ll get him back. This time I got 2 guests for the first 4 fights of the card. I’ll announce each fight they previewed. So let’s keep moving!


MAIN EVENT


Light Heavyweight Fight


Taj al Din (37-7 MMA; 26-7 Ascension + 5-0 PVF) vs. Antonio Manoel (25-5 MMA; 13-4 Ascension)


This fight is so incredible. We really have two of the best guys facing each other in a very evenly matched fight. Taj al Din is a legend, he’s been around ever since Ascension was still called PVF and he’s been the champion several times. Antonio Manoel is our current 265+ lbs. champion – he has not defended it for a while but for specific reasons – and he really came strong to 205. The Tasmanian devil has elite striking and few can really face him in a pure striking game. If that was the case, Manoel could have some trouble to defeat him but when it comes to MMA, striking has a lot of things that can be matched with and in that case, Manoel evens it all up. He has elite boxing but al Din holds the advantage on Muay Thai. And what about ground skills? Both guys are pretty even but we never saw Manoel pull out a submission and al Din already has 3. It’s pretty clear that the former champion really likes to use clinch and that’s totally different of his opponent here. If he manages to do that, he might have great chances of winning but you never know in such a close fight.


Pick: Great fight.


Featherweight Tournament Final


Meat Loaf (23-6 MMA; 3-0 Ascension) vs. Waru Kuzuri (31-7 MMA; 3-0 Ascension)


Both guys come into this tournament with a lot of momentum. Loaf has a pretty interesting story as he was a heavyweight in his first few fights. And yeah, he weighted like a heavyweight back then. It’s been a long time but he really makes 135 on weight in and so does his opponent. Kuzuri is a former Bantamweight and Featherweight champion in ONI. Many people thought that he might be past his prime considering his last fights before the tournament but when he started fighting here… It was amazing. Both guys did a great job in their 3 fights and reaching the final is an amazing goal but I’m sure they want this title so bad… Well I can’t even describe it. They are similar physically but skill wise they’re pretty different. Loaf loves to use his wrestling and ground & pound to win fights, while Kuzuri is a solid ground fighter with a BJJ black belt who loves to strike. To be fair, his striking is amazing and he really has an edge there. That will crown his big comeback.


Pick: Kuzuri


Heavyweight Fight


Lee Perry (24-8 MMA; 11-6 Ascension) vs. Harry Punani (26-9 MMA; 7-2 Ascension)


This fight is very interesting and I’m not only talking about their skills but the background history here is very cool to know. Perry has been around a long time and he struggled as a light heavyweight in the organization. He only got 1 title shot and lost it to al Din. He changed his manager and decided to move up to 265. Everything worked out so he got a title shot immediately as nobody was available for current champion Victor Creed. He was a massive underdog but dominated Creed and got a stoppage at the 3rd round. He then defended his belt against Creed’s teammate Creel and gave him a very tough and well fought fight but Creel got the TKO by the end of the 4th round. He managed to bounce back with a decision victory against Cordoba. Punani once fought as middleweight but when he made his debut at 205 and lost it. He struggled again after his first win and then started his path towards glory with great wins against guys like De Vries, Mark Kyle and Paulsen. He’s on a 6 fight win streak and a win here could get him a title shot. Punani is the bigger guy but make no mistake about it, Perry can handle it all. Their skills are very similar and it’s really tough to figure out what will happen here.


Pick: Another great fight


Heavyweight Fight


Matt Dammon (25-6 MMA; 0-2 Ascension) vs. Caiaphas Caine (19-9 MMA; 3-2 Ascension)


Dammon once was a top 10 Heavyweight guy – I still believe he has the tools to be there – but he’s been on a bad roll. He’s on a 3 fight losing streak and even though those losses are against some of the biggest names out there, it’s still tough to have it on your record, especially when all of them were stoppages. Caine also got a 0-2 debut in Ascension but he’s on 3 fight winning streak right now and he’s ready to climb the ladder. He already defeated Lyoto Rua a teammate of Dammon by Triangle. Submission is his main weapon and the key for his victory in this fight. Dammon is ready to show everyone that he’s top level material and that he’s about to start winning important fights. Expect him to pick Caine apart with striking and stop him soon.


Pick: Dammon


Super Heavyweight Fight


Julio Salcedo (18-11 MMA; 1-0 Ascension) vs. Gregory Adams (16-6 MMA; 0-0 Ascension)

The 265+ lbs. division is still growing and hoping to reach its former status. Salcedo and Adams make an important fight for the future of the division. Salcedo is an ONI veteran and he got a good start with his decision victory over Priest. Adams’ debut is coming with a 3 fight winning streak and he hopes to keep doing well until he gets a shot at Manoel for that belt. Manoel does not have a worthy opponent right now of facing him but the winner of this fight will face the winner of John Staal vs King Nile and whoever ends up on top after those fight will probably get the title fight next. I like that Adams is making his debut against a tough opponent andhe feels ready for this opportunity but Salcedo seems to be a much better fighter and I believe that’s what’s going to happen.

Pick: Salcedo

Middleweight Fight

J Blunts (33-15-2 MMA; 10-7-1 Ascension) vs. Whonjon William (18-6 MMA; 1-1 Ascension)

Blunts’ been around for too long and he had a rocky road in this organization. After some ups and downs – including a draw and loss against former champion Ronnie Riley – Blunts managed to make an amazing 5 fight winning streak until Wade Wilson got a unanimous decision against him. He wants to bounce back against a former Geezers Palace fighter and solid grappler William. Blunts seems to have the skills to avoid that game and keep it on the feet. I feel that the result here will be a decision victory by the veteran.

Pick: Blunts

Lightweight Fight – Fight Preview by: Rasputin X

Hugo Miller (14-3-1 MMA; 4-3 Ascension) vs. Roque Barretto (31-11 MMA; 5-4 Ascension)

Will happy soulful tunes be enough to calm a lions roar? This question, and more, will be answered as "The Paraguayan Lion" Roque Barretto prepares to tangle with "Happy" Hugo Miller. With both Miller and Baretto preferring to dominate the opposition with aggressive flurries of punches and kicks, the real question in this match may be: who will be the last man standing? Baretto, very much the grizzled veteran here, has two wins in his last five fights. Will Barretto look to unleash or will he opt stay outside and pick his shots to avoid getting his chin tested. Barretto certainly seems ready to throw down, with only a few of his most recent fights going past the 2nd round. On the other hand, Miller has taken the majority of his fights to decision. Given Barretto’s demonstrated ability to finish, Miller may be better served relying on his slight advantage and challenge the Lion’s ground acumen. Miller has won 4 of his 7 fights in Ascension. To put another win in his column he will be looking to avoid the mistakes led to his second loss to Charles Martel in his last fight. If Miller mixes it up and avoids a TKO (which he is certainly capable of), he will find himself successful. These fighters will be hungry and gain momentum back. This will be a barnburner to the extreme.

Prediction: Barretto by Decision

Welterweight Fight – Fight Preview by: Rasputin X

Mike Adamsky (26-12 MMA; 4-4 Ascension) vs. Ichiro Takahashi (13-4-1 MMA; 2-0 Ascension)

In what is sure to be an epic rumble, Mike Adamsky of Polish Eagles’ Nest takes on Convicted Inc.’s Ichiro "War Machine" Takahashi. This has the looks of an intriguing contest. Adamsky, 31, will be hoping to snap a 2-fight losing streak, while Takahashi, 27, will work to capitalize on his momentum and capture a third straight victory. The fighters are almost evenly matched physically, Adamsky holding a slight height and weight advantage. Takahashi, enters this sport with a checkered past, making him a difficult man to predict. War Machine will have to utilize his black belt in Jiu Jitsu to try keep this fight on the ground despite winning the majority of his matches by (T)KO. Adamsky steps into the cage clearly the dominant striker, gaining (T)KO’s in close to 70% of his fights. This will be a real test for the Takahashi. Brawling with the bigger, more experienced Adamsky will surely not be his key to victory. If he hopes to triumph,Takahashi will have to unleash his, arguably unproven, grappling and submission skills.. Adamsky’s goal in this fight will be more simple, give War Machine his first ever KO defeat. Either way, this battle is not to be missed.

Prediction: Adamsky by decision.

Welterweight Fight – Fight Preview by: Furious Styles

Bin JinJu (15-8 MMA; 1-1 Ascension) vs. Jose Protacio Jawo (26-16 MMA; 0-0 Ascension)

Greetings ladies and gentlemen, I hope all of you are well! Now I know some of you out there are a little thrown off at the fact that I’m writing about an event for Ascension as opposed to Steel Penn Alliance, but hey, Steel Penn is cool like that, Ascension is cool like that, and I’m cool like that. Maybe I should play “Rebirth of Slick (Cool Like Dat)” by Digable Planets. Man I used to play their music to death in college, but that’s a different story!
I’m not here to discuss my old school memories. I’m here to discuss two awesome featured fights that will be featured on the Ascension: King of the Hill Pay-Per-View event that will be held on August 23, live at the Los Angeles Coliseum where thousands of raucous fans will be taking in the action! Though the night is filled with fantastic action, I have been asked to focus specifically on these two fights: “The Shaolin Creeper” Bin JinJu versus “Fighting Experiment” Jose Protacio Jawo, and Randolph Turpin versus Sam Hart! These are the first two fights on the card and that means they have saved the best for first, or at least I think so because I’m writing about them. Yes, I know that’s biased but so what! I’m having fun here!

The first Welterweight fight of the night pits “The Shaolin Creeper” Bin JinJu, who is affiliated with no one but himself, and his 15-8 record against “Fighting Experiment” Jose Protacio Jawo, a member of Pinoy Pride, who is 26-16! “The Shaolin Creeper” has had two different instances of FIVE FIGHT WIN STREAKS, but as of late he has been battling back-and-forth results and is on a ONE FIGHT LOSING STREAK, most recently dropping a Unanimous Decision to Ichiro Takahashi at “Ascension: Fell on Black Days”! “Fighting Experiment” has also enjoyed FIVE AND SIX WIN STREAKS at various points in his career and is recently on a TWO FIGHT WIN STREAK, with his most recent being a third round Unanimous Decision over Ryuu Tatsuya at SPFT 120: Stoppers versus Hoggs – which I happened to write the Pre and Post PPV Summaries for by the way – and is looking to extend his streak to three in a row! Prior to the two fight win streak, Jawo had experienced a FOUR FIGHT LOSING STREAK! Obviously he has turned things around at a good time.

Jawo is the taller fighter while JinJu is the younger and slightly heavier fighter. Jawo brings a lot of in-ring experience and that will no doubt serve him well against the aggressive JinJu. “Shaolin Creeper”, doesn’t that sound like a B-Movie martial arts flick where “Shaolin Creeper” is the name of a character who is a highly skilled martial artist / pervert? And Jawo, doesn’t that sound like a new flavor of coffee at a local café? Either way, these two men will have the chance to show what they’re made of in this fight!

Lightweight Fight – Fight Preview by: Furious Styles

Randolph Turpin (17-11 MMA; 1-3 Ascension) vs. Jose Protacio Jawo (22-14 MMA; 0-1 Ascension)

And last, but definitely not least, we have a Lightweight battle that will have Randolph Turpin doing battle against Sam Hart! Randolph Turpin, that name sounds like he’s a Bank Manager or something of that accord, doesn’t it? Well, the Fighter’s Pit representative steps into battle with a 17-11 record along with an unfortunate THREE FIGHT LOSING STREAK! His most recent loss was at the hands of Roque Barretto via TKO in the second round at “Ascension: Long Way to the Top”! This is an opportunity for Turpin to get on the good foot and get things turned around but he’ll have a tough assignment on his hands! Turpin has shown he is capable with various THREE AND FOUR FIGHT WIN STREAKS!

Evolution Fight Clan member Sam Hart is 22-14 but enters this battle with a ONE FIGHT LOSING STREAK, recently dropping a Unanimous Decision to Byron Nelson at “Ascension: Riley versus Murdock 5”! Hart has had sporadic THREE AND FOUR FIGHT WIN STREAKS, so he has the ability obviously, but he definitely wants to halt the losing streak right here and now! Turpin is the heavier fighter but they are very similar in height and age. Both men are veterans so there’ll be no surprises for certain! Very much like neither man having a nickname, this will be all business! It’s pretty rare that I see two fighters with no nicknames and that’s a tribute to the old school in my opinion. Nothing fancy, just straight to the point! Reminds me of my girlfriend’s mother when she asks about my career decisions, but I won’t get into that!

Well there you have it folks, the lineup for Ascension: King of the Hill! The Coliseum will be loud and crazy as it should be, and I’m certain they’ll be very grateful that they were able to see the action that Ascension will be bringing them! This is Furious Styles signing off and I thank you for taking the time to read this.
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Posted 24 August 2013 - 08:04 AM

WETWORK NINJA!

Thanks to everyone for a great tournament. Huge thanks to the guys at Ascension for running a smooth ship and for putting this all together.
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#127 spix70r

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Posted 24 August 2013 - 08:14 AM

gratz Ethan
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#128 verbalkint

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Posted 24 August 2013 - 11:45 AM

So... Ethan won a tournament, eh?












Congrats man! :D One day you just have to tell us how you pull that off all the time.
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Posted 24 August 2013 - 02:53 PM

So... Ethan won a tournament, eh?












Congrats man! :D One day you just have to tell us how you pull that off all the time.


the man is a tournament king :D but grats on winning
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#130 ludovik

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Posted 24 August 2013 - 05:07 PM

Kuzuri was amazing. Simple as that. Power will fight Randolph today and then come back to Ascension to defend his belt against Kuzuri. It should be great!
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Posted 26 August 2013 - 01:31 PM

Thanks for the kind words, guys! :-)
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