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#81 Bleakardor

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Posted 09 March 2020 - 06:00 AM

HFC Divisional Rankings (Top 10)
 
135 Bantamweight 
 
Champ: Cody Garbrandt (12-0)  
#1 Contender: Mystic Marley (7-1)
2. Jack Waller (6-0)
3. Hale Stenburg (5-1)
4. Alan Ragasatria (6-3)
5. Chael Bisping (6-3)
6. Jack Sparrow (6-0)
7. Chad Repine (5-3)
8. Lorenzo Bataglia (4-1)
9. Jackie Vergys (4-2)
10. Slava Mne (8-5)
 
145 Featherweight 
 
Champ:  Wreak Havoc (10-2)
#1 Contender:  Teshima Shigochiyo (5-1)
2. Sonny Gilchrest (6-1)
3. Corbin Leopold (6-2)
4. George Turner (7-2) *
5. Rodrigo Lima (7-2) 
6. Verekedos Istvan (3-1)
7. Jon Rambo (7-6)
8. Red Pablono (2-0) *
9. Justin Case (1-0)
10. Zackmarius Tacktheritrix (1-0)
 
155 Lightweight
 
Champ: Daniel Barbosa (8-1)
#1 Contender: Jose Carvaleho (11-4)
2. Shay O'Donnelly (12-3)
3. Purple Aki (6-1)
4. Drapton Heed (8-2)
5. Conor Butcher (4-0)
6. Marco Silva (7-2)
7. John Henry (4-0)
8. Albert Lawrence (4-1)
9. Piotr Przepiorka (4-1)
10. Arnao Vanegas (3-1)
 
170 Welterweight 
 
Champ: Samuel Rodrigues (8-0)
#1 Contender: Manolito Tai Kung (9-0)
2. Gunner Larsson (10-4)
3. Slash Slingin (9-1)
4. Markus Kray (9-3)
5. Herlock Von Ryan (9-4)
6. Dixon Ulster (8-3)
7. Samart Payakaroon (5-0)
8. Toni Montana (6-1)
9. Armand Hammer (6-2)
10. John Bessant (10-5)
 
185 Middleweight 
 
Champ: Rob Tanner (7-1)
#1 Contender: Trage Tragedy (9-1)
2. Reno Rocca (8-2)
3. Hefty Jack (6-1)
4. Joseph Jantan (12-5)
5. Pate Mfer (5-1)
6. Reagan Marley (6-3)
7. Asdf Fdsa (5-2)
8. Frederick Hornfellow III (5-2)
9. Sveti IvanRilski (5-3)
10. Borris The Blade (6-1)
 
205 Light Heavyweight 
 
Champ: Aaron Wolf (7-1)
#1 Contender:  Martin Alexander (6-1)
2. Feaqeuin Bizihwaeile (8-3)
3. Illegal Immigrant (9-3) 
4. Ron Burgundy (5-1)
5. Bruce Vandoren (6-2)
6. Wayne Johnston (6-3) *
7. GP Life (4-1) *
8. Reginald Hsu (6-3)
9. Juha Laukkanen (5-0)
10. Rakeem Marley (4-1)
 
265 Heavyweight 
 
Champ: Lynch Boshank (4-1)
#1 Contender: Jack Sparrow (5-1)
2. Lucas Pardo (5-1)
3. Keon Douglas (4-0)
4. Kirill Semenov (5-3)
5. Bobby Finland (5-1)
6. Henri Kirchen (3-1)
7. Tyson Fury (4-2)
8. Gilbervan Soares (3-1)
9. Jake Demuss (2-2) 
10. Victor Frost (2-0)
 
265+ Super Heavyweight
 
Champ: Doug Slugs (7-1)
#1 Contender: Li Qiang (8-3)
2. Matthaus Gold (8-1)
3. Shirley Crabtree (8-3)
4. Jason Mendoza (4-0)
5. Julio Falcon (5-3)
6. Haki Hugbergsson (4-2)
7. Lug Luger (4-2)
8. Dennis Rader (4-1)
9. Sergei Bautin (2-1)
10. Rogerio Duarte (3-1)
 

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#82 LukeW94

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Posted 09 March 2020 - 05:09 PM

Chael Bisping:

Alan Ragasatria #4 ranked bantamweight? More like #1 chicken shit, sign the contract if your a real man, or if you don't want me to knock your eyebrows off your head then turn it down so I can move onto someone else.
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Posted 11 March 2020 - 08:35 PM

Chael Bisping:

Alan Ragasatria #4 ranked bantamweight? More like #1 chicken shit, sign the contract if your a real man, or if you don't want me to knock your eyebrows off your head then turn it down so I can move onto someone else.

 

I signed up for Chael Bisping's fan club!  Him and Tonissaar are iconic for their smack talk!


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#84 Bleakardor

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Posted 12 March 2020 - 01:38 AM

HFC Friday the 13th 
 
Welcome to the first ever Friday the 13th event in the HFC.  Moving forward, we will hose a Friday 13th series of events for each Friday 13th throughout the year.  This will also be a premier card moving forward and will be planned far in advance.
 
I'm going to mix this one up just a little bit.  Typically, the preview would start from the bottom and work up to the main event.  I will not be writing up previews for all fights on the cards anymore, I will now only do the previews for the top fights on the card based on hype/pop average (which also determines most main events).
 
Shay O Donnelly vs Arnao Vanegas (Main Event)
 
This fight features two solid fighters in the HFC lightweight division from the top 10 in the rankings.  While O Donnely (12-3) is coming off a heartbreaking championship loss by way of submission to Daniel Barbosa for the 2nd time in his career, he will be looking to put a W in the win column and retain his number 1 contender status as he squares off against Vanegas.  With wonderful boxing skills and a respectable wrestling game, O Donnelly is ready for the challenge.
 
Vanegas (3-1) is also a former champion, having earned the title in his island fighting career just before entering the season ending tournament where he lost in the first round.  Vanegas is a very good stand up striker with a good variety of boxing and MT at his disposal, and also well versed in the wrestling game.  He has all the tools needed to take on the former champ, so look for some fire works in this fight!
 
Martin Alexander vs Feaqeuin Bizihwaeile (Co-Main Event)
 
What a mouthful!  Feaqeuin Bizihwaeile (8-3), say that 10 times fast!
 
Bizi comes into this fight having dominated the light heavyweight division as champion from the day he wont he belt from Ireland, to 4 consecutive successful title defenses until he lost it on his 5th title defense against current champ Lynch Boshank.
 
What a great event to feature this fighter, not only does he look like a beast, he smells like death!   He's a great Friday 13th HARDCORE fighter, and he's ready to get down to business and jump back in the win column.
 
With a good mix of boxing and MT, and some very solid wrestling skills, this man has proven over and over again he has that killer instinct and loves to put it to use.  He'll be out for blood on Friday when the moon is full over chilly Montreal and will be chomping at the bits to get to Alexander.
 
His opponent, Martin Alexander (6-1) comes into this light heavyweight fight after at a solid 205lbs after fighting underweight against larger opponents most of his career.  This size should help him to compete in this division, though he hasn't seemed to have much problem competing so far despite the size disadvantage.
 
Not as versatile as his counter part, Alexander is more focused in this MT training where he's been described as wonderful by his coaches.  He's also a proficient wrestler, so these two fighters will likely keep the fight standing and this one could go either way.
 
Purple Aki vs Rolf Elvis Alvik 
 
Another great lightweight bout tonight features wrestling sensation Purple Aki (6-1) squaring off against cardio machine newcomer Rolf Elvis Alvik (2-0).  
 
Elvis Alvik, being an unknown in the HFC comes off a 2-0 amateur record in the QFC where he won both of his fights via TKO quite easily.  He stepped up into the HFC to stiffer competition, and facing Aki will definitely be stiff competition.  Sporting wonderful MT, he also has respectable training in wrestling and boxing.  He'll be looking for another first round finish to establish himself as a legit threat in the HFC lightweight division.
 
Purple Aki has some basic defensive striking skills, but he would definitely rather take the fight to the ground where he can take advantage of his superior wrestling training.  While he will be at a disadvantage while standing, he's a clear cut dominate ground fighter and will be looking to take this fight to the ground and score another TKO victory.  
 
Losing in his recent title fight against former champ Shay O Donnelly, Aki bounced back in a big way with a huge KO victory over Gavin Cole that bumped him right back into the lightweight title picture.  With another victory here tonight, Aki could be knocking on the contenders door in his bid for the gold.
 
Ivar Lothbrook vs Erich Ludendorff
 
Our only fight out of the welterweight division of the night puts Ivar Lothbrook (4-2) against Erich Ludendorff (4-0)  These two vikings will be battling it out as they each make their own journey towards the gold.
 
Erich Ludendorff is a proven striker already with a KO of the night award under his belt.  With competent boxing and superb MT, he's even dabbled in some wrestling and BJJ training.  All four of his wins have come via TKO, and 3 of the 4 in the first round.  This man is a finisher, and he'll be looking to finish off Lothbrook, who looks a lot like his son, in this HARDCORE showdown.
 
Ivar Lothbrook is nearly an opposite fighter to Ludendorff.  He's had a lot of training on the ground with a purple belt in BJJ and some solid wrestling, while just enough training in stand up to give him some striking defense.  He'll clearly be looking to take this fight to the ground and hopes to not leave another fight in the hands of the judges.  Even though he's 2-0 in his decisions, nobody wants to leave a fight in someone else' hands...
 
Burt Smokebandit vs Leon Hooker
 
In our final featured fight, and another from the lightweight division, has Smokebandit (5-2) facing off against Hooker (5-6).  
 
Burt Smokebandit had a quick start to his career where he went 1-0 in the QFC before signing with S.A.F.O where he popped off 3 strait wins.  He then left S.A.F.O. and joined the HFC where he lost his first two fights and was starting to question his decision.  His last fight, he bounced back into the win column with a brilliant knee-bar victory over Hughie McFee and now is looking to get another win streak going.  With proficient boxing and competent wrestling, he's able to be versatile as needed, but where he makes his money is with his BJJ.  A purple belt, he has focused on his ground game and has become pretty a pretty good submission specialist who is also capable of some solid ground and pound.  If he's able to put them each to use Friday, he will be in a great position to walk away with his hands raised.
 
Leon Hooker has had a bit of a rocky career himself.  With a 5-6 record, and seeming to toggle back and forth between a win and a loss, Hooker has just never been able to gain any traction in his career.  An extensive amateur record in the QFC of 3-4 with a professional record of 2-2, Hooker needs to get back into the win column and find a way to string a few wins together.
 
A wonderful boxer and blue belt in BJJ, he has the tools to compete in this fight.  He'll be looking to keep the fight standing and score a KO victory, but if the fight goes to the ground, he should be able to hold off Smokebandit with his BJJ skills.  
 
This fight could go either way, so make sure you tune in Friday 13th to catch all the freaky action!
 
Other fights this event (Undercards)
 
Khalabeeb Ferguson vs Badiss Kassib
Justin Case vs Red Pablono
Zackmarius Tacktheritrix vs Nelson Nicky
Camron Jones vs Hakim Rubson
Ernest Lagoo vs Gatsu Griffith
 
As a surprise bonus, this event will be a 1st blood competition.  The first fighter to cut his opponent (quickest time into the fight) will be given a 5k bonus and interviewed for a feature in an article in an upcoming Tycoon Times paper.
 
 
 

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Posted 12 March 2020 - 09:33 AM

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Feaqeuin Bizihwaeile

 

I did not feel ready yet for a return, but when my org needs my pretty face, then I am present.
Not interested in a long gruelling fight. Either he goes face down in the first two, or I will. 
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Posted 13 March 2020 - 11:08 PM

HFC Friday the 13th: Review

 

Welcome to HFC, home of the HARDCORE!  Tonight was another great event, and our first 2k sellout crowd on hand for this new Friday the 13th tradition!
 
Let's jump right into the action and look at tonight's fights.  
 
Camron Jones vs Hakim Rubson (Middleweight)
 
Talk about a way to kick off an event, these two fighters were at a point in their career where things had not been going so well, and each knew they needed a win to try getting their feet under them again.  Jones, batting .500 with a 2-2 record took on Rubson with a 2-5 record, and facing an uncertain future in MMA.
 
These two fighters left it all on the table, each fighting their asses off keep their career alive, and even in defeat, they would put on a show to make any org think twice about cutting them out of their roster.
 
Rubson, by far the more aggressive fighter, was dominating the score cards for most of the fight.  He cut Jones in the first round, and continued working him over in the clinch where Jones had no answer.  Round after round, more of the same, a one sided fight that Rubson just couldn't seem to finish.
 
Unfortunately for Rubson, in the 3rd and final round, Jones got the fight to the ground where suddenly he had the advantage, and he went for the kill.  With literally only 2 seconds remaining in the fight, he was able to secure an armbar and then with all his will and strength, pulled apart Rubsons defense and forced the tap out before snapping his arm.  I'm telling you people, this was like an NFL football playoff game won on a last second FG in overtime.  Excellent fight, and best come from behind victory I've seen in a very long time, perhaps in HFC history.
 
Great job to both of these fighters, and maybe this fight will launch each of their careers in the right direction moving forward.
 
Ladies and gentlemen, after 4:58 of round 3, we have a winner by way of Submission (Armbar). Camron Jones!
 
(Fight of the Night) (First blood 1:00 rd 1)
 
Zackmarius Tacktheritrix vs Nelson Nicky (Featherweight)
 
I hope you didn't go to subway before this fight, because this one was a subfest!  Tacktheritrix had a game plan, and he wasn't about to turn away from it.  He got the fight on the ground where he had the advantage, and Nicky was frantically trying to fend off submission after submission.
Very aggressive in his BJJ style on the ground, Tacktheritrix didn't let the fight get out of the first round before tapping out his opponent.
 
Ladies and gentlemen, after 4:43 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (Triangle Choke). Zackmarius Tacktheritrix!
 
Justin Case vs Red Pablono (Featherweight)
 
As we expected, it was a case of striker vs grounder, and this round, the KO artist won in a very quick and decisive KO victory.  Case came out and dominated this fight.  He landed his strikes with 100% accuracy and stuffed all four of Pablono's takedown attempts.  Both fighters walked into this fight undefeated, but Pablono got a taste of defeat, and a quick lights out one at that.  
 
(KO of the Night)
 
Ladies and gentlemen, after 0:42 of round 1, we have a winner by way of KO (Punches). Justin Case!
 
Badiss Kassib vs Khalabeeb Ferguson (Featherweight)
 
In our third strait featherweight match, we saw Feruson take on Kassib in a middle of the pack fight between two fighters looking to get back to winning.
 
Ferguson displayed some impressive striking defense not letting Kassib gain any traction and was able to take the fight to the ground a couple of times, and for the most part, was right there in the fight due to his excellent defense.  He scored with a clinch and a couple of takedowns, but hardly did any damage once the fight hit the mat.
 
Kassib, only landing minimal strikes while standing, was able to work into better position on the ground and get the fight standing again, which likely saved him from defeat.  Though very aggressive in the fight, often taking it to the clinch, it was breaking out of the clinch that he landed a brutal strike that ended the night for Ferguson.
 
Ladies and gentlemen, after 4:09 of round 1, we have a winner by way of KO (Punch). Badiss Kassib!
 
Burt Smokebandit vs Leon Hooker (Lightweight)
 
In my preview, I predicted this fight would end by TKO, and that Smokebandit would be standing with his hands raised in victory.  Well, I was completely wrong.  I expected the clinch, I expected the takedown, but as soon as this fight hit the ground, Hooker hooked up a brilliant submission attempt and forced a very quick tap out by Smokebandit!  Impressive victory for Hooker, and a Sub of the Night contender.
 
(Submission of the Night)
 
Ladies and gentlemen, after 0:45 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (Triangle). Leon Hooker!
 
Erich Ludendorff vs Ivar Lothbrook (Welterweight)
 
The matchup of the vikings!  Each fighter looking for his 5th win, these two warriors went at it to see who would take the honors.  
I don't think I've ever seen such a great display of takedown defense in the HFC before, and Ludendorff showed himself to be a tree stump each time Lothbrook tried taking this fight to the ground.  With 22 failed takedown attempts, Lothbrook found himself constantly winded throughout the fight giving Ludendorff an edge.
 
Taking the fight to the clinch, Ludendorff completely dominated the fight with amazing striking accuracy and completely overwhelmed Lothbrook.  Displaying brutal elbows and knees, he was able to KO Lothbrook with a nasty knee from the clinch. (KO of the night finalist)
 
Ladies and gentlemen, after 2:20 of round 2, we have a winner by way of KO (Knee). Erich Ludendorff!
 
(First Blood @ 1:20 seconds rd 1)
 
Purple Aki vs Rolf Elvis Alvik (Lightweight)
 
In another lightweight match up, two respected fighter going at it as Aki took on Alvik.  An 8-1 record between them, we all expected a war, and a war we got.  Another fight nearly going the distance, a bloodied Aki looked like a demon on the ground as the blood dripped down his face, he just was relentless in his assault throughout this fight.  
 
Alvik was unable to get anything going while the fight was standing, mostly in part to Aki's striking defense, but when the fight got on the ground, it was all Aki.  
 
Ladies and gentlemen, after 3:36 of round 3, we have a winner by way of KO (Strikes). Purple Aki!
 
(First Blood :02 rd 2)
 
Feaqeuin Bizihwaeile vs Martin Alexander (Light Heavyweight)
 
In our only light heavyweight bout of the evening, and our co-main event of this first ever HFC Friday the 13th event, a very highly hyped and anticipated match up between Bizi and Alexander.  These two fighters are in the top tier of the division and each within striking distance of the gold.  
There really isn't much to recap about this fight, the beast was released and Bizi wasted no time in securing a brutal finish and drawing first blood in his very first landed strike.  This strike almost finished the fight as a nasty head kick put Alexander on the ground hard.  Bizi stood the fight back up, then dropped him again  on a nice counter and then hovered over Alexander reining down hell on his face until the ref jumped in to stop the fight.
 
Great ref stoppage before any real damage was done, it was like Bizi was rabid or something.
 
Ladies and gentlemen, after 0:49 of round 1, we have a winner by way of TKO (Strikes). Feaqeuin Bizihwaeile!
 
(First Blood :20 rd 1 winner)  (KO of the Night finalist) 
 
Arnao Vanegas vs Shay O'Donnelly (Lightweight)
 
And our main event, former champion Shay O'Donnelly looking to secure the #1 contender spot against challenger Vanegas!  Another great fight that was an absolute war, and went well into the 3rd round to determine the victor.  These two fighters knew the lights were brightest, and they performed with everything they had.  An absolute slugfest that I'm shocked didn't draw blood.
 
Landing over 200 strikes combined, I can only imagine the headache each of these guys have as they travel home for the night.  Back and forth these fighters went standing toe to toe, and though each fighter was extremely aggressive, Vanegas came out on top landing twice as many strikes as his opponent.
 
Ultimately, with over a minute gone in the 3rd and final round, Vanegas landed a right hand from hell that put O'Donnelly in la la land.  Arnao, smelling blood, dove in and landed some ground and pound to force the ref to stop the fight.
 
Ladies and gentlemen, after 1:11 of round 3, we have a winner by way of TKO (Strikes). Arnao Vanegas!
 
(Fight of the Night runner up)

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Posted 14 March 2020 - 08:25 AM

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Feaqeuin Bizihwaeile

 

Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the light heavyweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 6 wins, 1 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Las Vegas, Martin Alexander!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 8 wins, 3 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of London, Feaqeuin Bizihwaeile!
The judges for this bout are Steve Montenegro, Columbo Gatti and Dean Styles.

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The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Bizihwaeile misses with a shot to the body
and Alexander cracks him with a counter punch right on the button.
Bizihwaeile misses the shot to the body.
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Bizihwaeile lands a big head kick that sends Alexander tumbling to the mat! Bizihwaeile takes a step backwards and waves Alexander back to his feet - he wants the finish!
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It looks like Martin Alexander has been cut.
A good leg kick by Bizihwaeile.
The fans in attendance giving it up for the two fighters, who have really let it all hang out in the last minute or so!
Alexander checks a low kick from Bizihwaeile.
Alexander appears to be looking for a big counter.
A big right from Bizihwaeile misses.
Alexander throws a jab when Bizihwaeile was well out of range.
Bizihwaeile connects with a body shot that sends Alexander's belly button to the back.
Alexander blocks a low kick nicely.
Alexander throws a poor cross that misses
and Bizihwaeile scores with a counter punch that sends Alexander to the canvas! Bizihwaeile smells blood - he's punishing Alexander with more strikes and the ref has stopped it! Alexander has no idea where he is - he's tackled the ref... oh dear, poor guy, the crowd is in hysterics!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 0:49 of round 1, we have a winner by way of TKO (Strikes). Feaqeuin Bizihwaeile!
Feaqeuin Bizihwaeile decided to hype himself up post fight. It was going well but he went on about it a bit too long and the crowd turned on him a little.


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#88 Monsieur.Camara

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Posted 14 March 2020 - 07:08 PM

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Scorpion: Love my new belt, matches the outfit also :) 

 

Dishonest as Fuck: yo yo Aaron, I need some help bros. 

 

Scorpion:  Are we to assist Mike with some programmins again Master Camara ? 

 

Dishonest as Fuck:  No you ignorant baboon.  We have a rare opportunity here. 

 

Scorpion: Whadaya want Ibby?  I evil spirit, live to serve yada yada yada 

 

Dishonest as Fuck: We are challenging the homosexual werewolf and just plain homosexual Bjorn next. 

 

Scorpion:  I`m an evil spirit, makes sense to battle a wolfman, dont know what a Bjorn is dont care, answer is always yes.

 

Dishonest as Fuck: A Bjorn will dodge.  

 

Scorpion: Anything else Master Ibby? 

 

Dishonest as Fuck: Got any toilet paper?


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#89 Monsieur.Camara

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Posted 14 March 2020 - 07:15 PM

Bjorn was already dodging before I typed all that LOL

 

I was sent a message about Bizi this morning saying that he wanted to take some time to train as his fighter was poorly trained at this point.

 

HAHAHHAHHAHA

 

Bjorn, the owner is down, the champ and his camp are down and we can do this in 40 days so you can "trane" lololol 

 

Hopefully you grow a pair in 40 days lol , I hear they got good testicule trainers at Riga lololol 

 

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#90 Bleakardor

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Posted 14 March 2020 - 07:37 PM

That's about the most work I've ever seen put into a call out!

Usually, it's a challenger calling out the champ!

The champ has called you out Bizi, what do you say??!

 

This title fight will headline an event at the end of April if you wish to accept.


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#91 Monsieur.Camara

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Posted 14 March 2020 - 07:56 PM

End of April is plenty of time to let go of excuses.

 

Send the title fight offer.  This is the fight to make ! 

 

It is very hard to catch Bjorn, he usually pops in every 2-3 years just to bottom feed his way into the top 100 manager ranks and pick up great fighters from the FA that he usually doesnt have the conviction to bring into the top 100 P4P.

 

His preferred method is to call out fighters much more hyped than his to cut in half the time to climb the ranks.  He normally just gets insulted and leaves for another year once again promising to bring back to "glory" New Jerk Fight Nights or some forgotten shit like that nobody remembers nor cares.

 

This time around he talks plenty of shit in the forums, his demise will be EPIC.


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Posted 14 March 2020 - 10:42 PM

I am awaiting a response to you from him at this point.  I expect it to be made here, and believe we'll have our answer then.  I sure as hell hope this fight happens and will do my best to promote it.  I'll feature it in the event preview as well as interview the fighters for a featured article on each fighter to submit to Tycoon Times for additional fighter hype.


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Posted 15 March 2020 - 12:43 AM

Frederick "Lil Fred" Hornfellow Iii:
What a shit man, I lost my fight with Ortiz and I don t think I will be in the good rankings. Congrats to him and bad to me but In a rematch will be diferent if he accept it. And second think I will like to say welcome to this org to my friend Rovi Flexner, 170 prepare for him.
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Posted 15 March 2020 - 02:48 AM

My fighter Luke Vader knocked out another fight in a minute. We would like to fight Pupp Eye in are last fight of are contract. He will fall just like every other fighter. Let's do this.
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Posted 15 March 2020 - 03:39 AM

My fighter Luke Vader knocked out another fight in a minute. We would like to fight Pupp Eye in are last fight of are contract. He will fall just like every other fighter. Let's do this.

Sorry i know im being a knob but its our. our last fight of our contract. It just bothered me lol


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#96 joseppe

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Posted 15 March 2020 - 03:59 AM

End of April is plenty of time to let go of excuses.

 

Send the title fight offer.  This is the fight to make ! 

 

It is very hard to catch Bjorn, he usually pops in every 2-3 years just to bottom feed his way into the top 100 manager ranks and pick up great fighters from the FA that he usually doesnt have the conviction to bring into the top 100 P4P.

 

His preferred method is to call out fighters much more hyped than his to cut in half the time to climb the ranks.  He normally just gets insulted and leaves for another year once again promising to bring back to "glory" New Jerk Fight Nights or some forgotten shit like that nobody remembers nor cares.

 

This time around he talks plenty of shit in the forums, his demise will be EPIC.

Will this include Spanky fighting Hopkins? End of april sounds good to me
 


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#97 ShaolinVenom

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Posted 15 March 2020 - 04:30 AM

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“Ladies and gentlemen, I speak to you sore and humbled from defeat, “Rancid” battled, educated and punished me, and I’m going to be hurting for much more than a week. A very tough and intelligent veteran fighter you absolutely proved to be, and from potential victory you managed with two seconds remaining to snatch that away from me. Two seconds is the time it takes for some people to take a deep breath, a great deal can occur in that time as such is the nature of life and death. Eight years older and more combat experienced you undoubtedly are, battling and suffering against very respected veterans like you will hopefully push me far. I make no excuses, I don’t look for outs and I am not the type of man to lament, there are far better things for me to do with valuable energy to be spent. Warriors like you have paved the way for the young fighters by establishing the future, while still having the ability to get the job done in the cage and make medical personnel utilize a suture. Once my body and mind heal enough for me to get back to training, thoroughly reviewing the fight footage I shall do without one moment of complaining. I would rather leave it all in the cage and walk out with my head held high, than fight against an opponent who’s softer than newly baked pie. I’m only nineteen years old, starting my career and I have a long way to go, as I traverse my fighting path and try to kick some ass these types of losses show me what I need to know. Many men’s spirits are broken and weakened after they lose a fight, I continue to get back up, dust myself off, and live another night. Congratulations to you, “Rancid”, for kudos are well earned, though you did not make me bleed my attempts to defeat you were spurned. You’re absolutely right that I suffered a humiliating loss while being sliced open, but I’m the type of fighter that actually enjoys bleeding because it keeps me humble and reminds me I can be broken. Whenever I step into the cage I expect to wear a crimson mask, and in an organization like this it’s for me one hell of a blast. I’ll sign off now and recuperate as quickly as I can so I can come back for more, sometimes there will be disappointments and losses because, after all, this is hardcore!”


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#98 Bleakardor

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Posted 15 March 2020 - 05:01 AM

HFC 9 - Tonissar vs Rocca - Event Review
 
Hello HARDCORE MMA fans!  Welcome to another event review from Hardcore Fighting Championship!
We had some exciting finish and some unexpected results on tonight's card that I can't wait to jump into, so lets get this thing going!
Main Event:
 
Baruto Tonissaar vs Reno Rocca (Fight of the Night)
 
In a fight for a middleweight contender spot in the rankings, Tonissaar and Rocca went head to head with veteran Rocca in a fight of the night candidate bout.
 
When I watched this fight, I thought it was going to go the distance.  These two warriors threw down and went at it for the entire fight, and I mean the ENTIRE fight!  No, it wasn't a decision, but it took all but 2 seconds left in the final round to determine the winner of this fight.  
 
Both of these fights demonstrated some nice striking defense, but Tonissaar edged out Rocca overall in the stand up fight due to his impressive volley of leg kicks, landing 30 of 50 such strikes.  He also did a good job stuffing 80% of Rocca's takedown attempts.
 
When Rocca was able to get the fight to the ground though, he was able to capitalize from his more advanced skill set to keep the fight on the ground for a while and do some work.  Managing to land 12 of 17 of his ground and pound strikes and working himself into better positions, Rocca was eventually able to lock in one of his 5 submission attempts right at the bell and force a VERY late fight tap out by Tonissaar.
 
If there's anything I know about Tonissaar, he won't like the post fight words by Rocca when he said "Baruto pontificates wonderfully doesn't he, to bad he doesn't fight that way. Smell ya later kid."
 
I have a feeling there might be a little bit of a rivalry brooding here with these two fighters.
 
Ladies and gentlemen, after 4:58 of round 3, we have a winner by way of Submission (Kimura). Reno Rocca!
 
Henri Kirchen vs Keon Douglas (Sub of the Night)
 
Our co-main event was a heavyweight bout between Kirchen and Douglas.  These two fighters come in, each with 4 fights under their belts, looking to advance up the rankings ladder.
 
Seconds into the first round, Kirchen scores a nice takedown right into a submission attempt from Douglas.  After breaking free, Kirchen attempts one of his own to no avail.  This fight went back and forth, trading submission attempts, until Kirchen was able to lock in an armbar forcing Douglas to tap after 2:20 of round 1.
 
Ladies and gentlemen, after 2:20 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (armbar). Henri Kirchen!
 
David Dilbrandt vs Chad Repine
 
From our bantamweight division, Dilbrandt and Repine square off in a battle of veteran vs newcomer.  Dilbrandt, making his HFC debut, and Repine, an experienced HFC fighter.  
 
Both of these warriors went at it for three full rounds, going the distance.  Dilbrandt the slightly less aggressive fighter of the two, but not quite as accurate as his opponent Repine.  When a fight goes to decision, that could spell trouble for as the judges seem to care more about landing strikes than the actual damage they inflict.
 
In this bout, it was no different, Repine landing 55 of 141 strikes and Dilbrandt landing 39 of 85 strikes.  The difference that really stands out on the post fight stats is the leg kicks.  Repine did a very good job defending the leg kicks from Dilbrandt and that may have been the difference in the fight for the judges.
 
Ladies and gentlemen, after 3 rounds of action, we go to the scorecards for a decision.
Judge Alec Ball scores the fight 28:29
Judge William Peck scores the fight 27:30
Judge Ian Loll scores the fight 27:30
In favor of your winner, by unanimous decision... Chad Repine!
 
Frederick Hornfellow III vs Colby Ortiz
 
In a middleweight bout between two young promising fighters, we find Hornfellow taking on Ortiz.   Both fighters have proven the ability to win, one a proven striker, the other a proven grappler.
 
This was a bit of an interesting fight and a little confusing strategy by Hornfellow as he was able to easily take the fight into the clinch, but each time he did broke away from the clinch.  One would think he would try to do some damage in the clinch while there, or not go there in the first place.
 
Ortiz seemed to take the chance to score a takedown each time the clinch was broken, and about a minute into the second round, that's when it all turned around.  As Hornfellow broke the clinch, Ortiz jumped a takedown into side control.  Within seconds, Hornfellow was cut and bleeding.  The smell of blood put Ortiz in a frenzy and he started some vicious ground and pound that ultimately put Hornfellow to sleep.
 
Great performance by Colby Ortiz, and one can only wonder if this may have been a different fight had Hornfellow taken advantage of the clinch.  Who knows, maybe that was his strategy to keep the fight off the ground, and keeping Ortiz from shoot takedowns, but it really didn't seem to work if that's the case.
 
Good fight between these two men, and from what I hear, shortly after the fight a pissed off Hornfellow was talking to reporters about wanting a rematch already.  He went on the air calling for an immediate rematch with Ortiz.
 
I believe these two fighters need some time to recover, but if Ortiz accepts the challenge, stay tuned to Ortiz vs Hornfellow v2 coming to an arena soon!
 
Ladies and gentlemen, after 2:33 of round 2, we have a winner by way of KO (Strikes). Colby Ortiz!
 
Luke Vader vs Syd Sydney (KO of the Night)
 
Syd Sydney from the Sydney family of Sydney Australia taking on Luke Vader of Oh Shit, it's a Death Star!
 
The experienced Vader came into this fight confident in his ability to end a fight quickly, and he showed Sydney just how serious he was about that.  The bell rang, Vader knocked the holy shit out of Sydney, drawing blood and dropping him like a sack of potatoes, and then called him back to his feet where he was looking for the KO.
 
Like a paperweight, Sydney dropped to the floor again after a quick 2 punch combo by Vader and this time Vader decided to drop down and finish the fight.  One of the most one sided fights of the night, and KO of the Night finalist.
 
Ladies and gentlemen, after 0:18 of round 1, we have a winner by way of TKO (Punches). Luke Vader!
 
Undercard fights of the night:
 
Weight                   Winner       vs         Loser                                Method                       Round         Time
 
185 lbs                Manu Tau              Sammy Bongo             Submission (Kimura)                   1             02:32
145 lbs                Pierre Bonin          Mikey Ace                    Submission (Strikes)                    1             02:32
265+ lbs              Rogerio Duarte     Jason Royce                TKO (Cut)                                     2             02:18
135 lbs                Tourney Guy         Barry Jameson             TKO (Strikes)                               1             01:10
265+ lbs              Luka Marka           Seth Sanders               Decision (Unanimous)                  1            03:00

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#99 Jo

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Posted 15 March 2020 - 08:16 AM

Sorry i know im being a knob but its our. our last fight of our contract. It just bothered me lol

good catch
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#100 bjornmma1

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Posted 15 March 2020 - 10:23 AM

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Scorpion: Love my new belt, matches the outfit also :)

 

Dishonest as Fuck: yo yo Aaron, I need some help bros. 

 

Scorpion:  Are we to assist Mike with some programmins again Master Camara ? 

 

Dishonest as Fuck:  No you ignorant baboon.  We have a rare opportunity here. 

 

Scorpion: Whadaya want Ibby?  I evil spirit, live to serve yada yada yada 

 

Dishonest as Fuck: We are challenging the homosexual werewolf and just plain homosexual Bjorn next. 

 

Scorpion:  I`m an evil spirit, makes sense to battle a wolfman, dont know what a Bjorn is dont care, answer is always yes.

 

Dishonest as Fuck: A Bjorn will dodge.  

 

Scorpion: Anything else Master Ibby? 

 

Dishonest as Fuck: Got any toilet paper?

 

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Feaqeuin Bizihwaeile

 

I am underskilled, undertrained and undermotivated, but would still kick your shitty party costume into oblivion within the first 3 rounds.

Why wait 40 days, you chump?

Send me a fight offer for the weekend of the 27th/28th of March and lets go. 

 

Up to the org owner though if it is for the belt or not, as I had agreed for some catching up time with my girlfriend. 

So if Skitters agrees to fight in two weeks, I'll take some time off after that and do not want to keep the division hostage. 

 

Just reply soon, so that I know if I should train my hands or pelvis.

If I train my hands, my girlfiend is getting extra attention.

If I train my pelvis, it is to keep that dickgrabber away from me.

That last can go for either Skitters or my girlfriend though, so I guess my pelvis will be getting overtime!   


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