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#1 cdidman

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Posted 02 June 2013 - 12:27 PM

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Posted 02 June 2013 - 12:28 PM

NGF 52 | Engineer vs Spider (769240)

UNDER CARD
Featherweight Fight
#11 Kamryn Black (7-5, 4-2 NGF) v Jose Aldo Jr (4-3, 1-2 NGF)
This fight did not start the card off on an exciting path, this was a slow, no striking, grinding fight that Kamryn Black showed dominance in. Black got the early take down and for the next few minutes we saw a lot of rolling around, wrist control and battling for top position. Aldo did manage to improve and get on top, but Black continued to look for submissions and he later he was able to get a triangle, at first it looked like Aldo could have escaped, but he didn’t fully get out and Black tightened it up and Aldo tapped at 4:55 of the 1st.
Light Heavyweight Fight
Jack Mcgillicutty (7-7, 2-2 NGF) v #13 Zergatron Megalopolis (9-4, 6-4 NGF)
This fight wasn’t long, but both guys came read and came out throwing with bad intent. Jack Mcgillicutty looked impressive in this one, he looked quicker than we’ve seen from him, he avoided 4 of 5 combination attempts from Zergatron and he also landed 4 of 5 attempted punches and 1 of 1 of his combination attempts landed also. Megalopolis showed his power again in this fight, the only punch that landed staggered Mcgillicutty and also cut him, but Jack did not over react and maintained his composure. Mcgillicutty rocked Megalopolis with a massive right hook that sent Megalopolis stumbling backwards. Mcgillicutty attacked, ducked under a weak hook attempt and landed a counter uppercut that put Megalopolis to his knees, and when Mcgillicutty pounced with more strikes the fight was stopped at 59 seconds of the 1st round. This win should move Mcgillicutty inside the top 15 now.
Bantamweight Fight
Shinji Tanaka (8-5, 0-1 NGF) v #14 Andrew Summer (9-5, 8-4 NGF)
Now I thought Andrew Summer would win this fight, he’s the better grappler, but to dominate like he did for 3 rounds, nope, didn’t think that. What was unfortunate is that Shinji Tanaka came out with a all take down game plan, he threw no stand up strikes and didn’t land any in the clinch and he didn’t attempt a single strike on the ground, he was 2 for 16 in take down attempts. Summer dominated from bell to bell, he landed anything he threw, going 5 for 5 in head punches, 9 of 9 in body punches and he took Tanaka down at will, going 3 for 3. Even though this is pretty typical of how Tanaka fights, let’s just hope he had an off night, because he was no match for Summer.
Heavyweight Fight
#8 Eduard Syroviy (12-5, 0-2 NGF) v #6 Frederick Frost (4-1, 3-0 NGF)
Wow, not the fight I thought we would see. I am officially worried about Eduard Syroviy after this fight, he is a monster of a fighter, but he has now looked really bad in both of his fights in the NGF. He has been TKO’ed in both fights, both under 2 minutes of round 1. Frederick Frost on the other hand looks good, really good. The bell rang and Frost came straight at Syroviy, he didn’t try and avoid the power of Syroviy, he stood right in front of him and looked to bang. Syroviy looked a bit taken aback by the game plan, and when he threw a strike, Frost was quick to block or avoid, Syroviy was 1 for 6 in landing strikes. Frost landed the 1st significant punch off a counter, Syroviy threw a ugly looking head kick, Frost avoided and lunged in with a right hand, cutting Syroviy. Moments later, Frost was able to land a heavy body kick, it clearly hurt Syroviy as he winced in pain and hunched over, trying to cover the injury, and he back peddled away from Frost, trying to survive. At the 1 minute mark, Frost rushed after the defensive Syroviy and drilled him with a right hook that spun Syroviy like a top and sent him to the mat, Frost jumped on top and end this fight at 1:07 of the 1st.
Bantamweight Fight
#9 Lutz Knitter (13-7, 4-5 NGF) v #5 Yngwie Malmsteen (8-3, 7-3 NGF)
Now on to the FOTN, this fight was simply awesome! These two guys went out and did exactly what I thought they would do, stand, bang, trade big punches and leave battered, but leave the crowd entertained. This fight had good stand up action and even some controversy. The 1st was very fast paced, a lot of strike attempts, but the round felt a little more like a feeling out process, a lot of strikes that weren’t even close to landing, but Lutz Knitter to me looked to land more strikes, but Yngwie Malmsteen did land a few more significant strikes. In the 2nd the first significant strike was from Knitter who staggered Malmsteen with strong right hand. The rest of the round was more like the 1st, a lot of strikes, but most of them were avoided or blocked. What I saw in the 2nd was Malmsteen controlled the center, Knitter was using more of a counter striking style, but he was landing more. Malmsteen landed a few strikes, and did snap Knitters head back late in the round with a stiff jab. I gave this round to Knitter and had him up 2-0. One again in the 3rd, same thing, Knitter was bouncing on his feet, quickly landing a jab and getting back out of harm, Malmsteen did more of the controlling the center of the octagon, but he wasn’t landing much, but when he did land, it was a hard shot. Just over the 2 minute mark, Knitter connected with a vicious right hand that sent Malmsteen down to a knee, but he was able to scramble away and get out of trouble. For the next few minutes the biggest strikes I saw from Malmsteen were leg kicks while Knitter was still able to land head strikes and he did mix in a few leg kicks, one knocked Malmsteen off his feet for a second. As the bell rang the stats looked like this, Knitter landed 38 of 60 head punches, 9 of 28 body punches, 3 of 9 head kicks 4 of 11 leg kicks and 5 of 12 body kicks while Yngwie Malmsteen landed 7 of 31 head punches, 15 of 38 body punches, 1 of 2 head kicks, 4 of 13 leg kicks and 1 of 5 body kicks. I scored this fight 30-27 or at the worst, 29-27 in favor of Knitter. As the judges announce their decision it was 30-28 Malmsteen by all 3! That is one terrible decision in my opinion as Lutz Knitter was robbed.
MAIN CARD
Heavyweight Fight
#5 Petr Jakovlev (7-3 NGF) v #2 Sam Winchester (9-3, 4-1 NGF)
This would be the first fight for Sam Winchester after he lost his title to Polish Engineer at NGF 48. Petr Jakovlev was trying to make it 4 in a row and move into a title fight. As thought, Jakovlev went for take downs right from the start, Winchester did a very nice job of defending them, and he was able to get some nice counter strikes in that did damage, after 30 seconds of the fight, Jakovlev had already attempted and failed on 3 take downs. Jakovlev did manage to get inside around the 1 minute mark, he got a trip take down and he was in his office at this point, but surprisingly he wasn’t able to maintain the position and Winchester got a beautiful sweep. The fight came to a halt here, and the ref had to stand them up. In the next minute or 2, it was a nice stand up fight, both guys were trying to land that one big punch, Winchester did most of the damage, as he was still able to land solid jabs while still defending take downs. Jakovlev did land a big over hand right that landed on the temple of Winchester, but Sam looked un fazed. It was just after the 3 minute mark when Jakovlev attempted his 11th take down attempt and his 10 failed, he looked totally gassed and Winchester connected with a nice hook that hurt Petr and had him stumbling. Jakovlev was hit with a head kick at the same time and he feel against the cage, he looked back at Winchester, pushed himself off and charged at Sam with a series of strikes, Winchester back peddled, avoiding the damage, then planted and fired off a straight right hand that drilled the rushing Jakovlev right in the nose and put him out cold! An awesome KO win by Sam Winchester.
Bantamweight Fight
#3 Harald Andersson (7-1, 6-1 NGF) v #1 Jack Judo (6-2 NGF)
A huge bantamweight fight here, between Harald Andersson and Jack Judo with the winner getting a #1 contender fight. It started with Judo coming out and looking to do some sort of clinch or take down, I’m not sure what it was, but it was weird. Andersson pushed away easily enough, but Judo dove in and clinched up. Andersson was able to land the first strike, a left hand that snapped Judo’s head back. Judo then landed a perfectly timed trip and took this fight where he wanted, the crazy thing was right after the two hit the mat, the ref charged in and told the two to work, huh, ref, get out of there, they just landed on the mat dummy. Seconds later, Judo made a nice move and got into mount and he looked to take this fight over. Andersson did work his way to the cage and as he started to get back to his feet, Judo tried to swing around and get Anderssons back. Judo gave up on the back and he grabbed on to Andersson’s arm, but he slipped off and landed on his back, Andersson dove on top of Judo and was in guard. The two tried some bjj for a few seconds, but after both tried a submission, the ref stood them up. Judo was able to clinch up again with Andersson as the crowd started to rain down boos, it was a very slow fight at this point. Andersson did manage to break free from the clinch. At this point, Judo went into a take down drone, he shot in and failed, he did it again, and again, Andersson, outside of being pressed up against the cage at one point, was never in danger of getting taken down. Andersson was able to land some leg kicks, but the fight turned into a take down fight. The fight did go to the clinch where Andersson did some damage, he ended the fight landing 6 of 6 head punches in the clinch. Around the 4:30 mark of the round, Judo once again, after failing on a few take downs, tried to clinch up, this time Harald pushed Judo away, and as Judo stumbled back, Andersson threw a head kick, landing perfectly and Judo went limp and fell like a tree to the mat. Unbelievable quickness and skill on that kick not only earned him the win, but a little bonus cash in his pocked for KOTN too. Andersson looked good, but it’s just too bad that Judo came out and fought like that, he attempted no stand up strikes, was 0-2 in the clinch and was just 1 for 13 in take down attempts.
Heavyweight Title Fight
#1 Rinky Spider (9-1, 7-1 NGF) v C - Polish Engineer (10-5, 5-2 NGF)
A fight that I just could not wait to have happen, two of the best and most exciting fighters in the heavyweight division, Rinky Spider and Polish Engineer meet for the 2nd time, this time it was a belt on the line. The bell rang and as usual, Spider came out and pushed the pace, he was first to the punch, but Engineer was countering nicely. It was a bit of a feeling out process in the early part of the round, the most damaging strikes were leg kicks early. Both fighters looked quick on their feet, they are big men, but their foot work is amazing. Around the 1:30 mark was when we saw our first significant strike, Spider landed a body shot that really seemed to take something out of Engineer, he covered for a second, then as Spider attacked, Engineer shot in for the take down, clearly having enough of this striking stuff. Spider defended easily though and when Engineer went to get up off the mat, you could see he was hurt as he got up very gingerly. Spider had to notice, because he turned on the attack, he began to launch leg and body kicks that were landing and doing damage. Engineer was getting pushed back and he backed up all the way to the cage, Spider pounced and started firing away as the ref looked on and told the covering Engineer to fight back. Engineer did try to circle out, but as he did, Spider nailed him with a head kick that knocked him to the mat and opened up a cut. Spider did not follow however and Engineer, the champion he is, got back and tried to fight back. Engineer fired off a weak jab attempt and Spider, smelling blood, ducked and landed a massive uppercut that landed under the chin and turned Engineers legs into jello, this time, Spider followed and the ref jumped in to save Engineer at 2:20 of the 1st round and YOUR NEW HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION IS RINKY SPIDER!
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Bantamweight Fight
#4 Arthur Pirozhkov (11-5, 9-5 NGF) v #2 Gim Ruut (19-5, 1-0 NGF)
Arthur Pirozhkov was a great champion, he had a style that nobody liked, but he has been successful in his career with it, but it looks like the top of the division is on to his style and where can Pirozhkov go but out of the org. Gim Ruut is a monster bantamweight fighter, a hungry guy who is ready and has said, he’s here to conquer the NGF, no matter if it’s bantamweight or featherweight. From the walk in until the end of the fight it looked like Pirozhkov was clearly just trying to get his last fight in, he was slow, he looked un happy, he did not look close to himself and it showed. Ruut dominated this fight, he almost didn’t break a sweat, he took the fight to the clinch, he controlled every second and he ended the fight at 1:57 with a Kimura. Pirozhkov never showed up, he didn’t want to fight, in his mind he was already gone. NGF lost an important fighter, but nobody benefits when Pirozhkov fights like that. After the fight, Arthur Pirozhkov was inducted into the NGF Hall of Fame, becoming the first fighter to be placed in the HOF. Gim Ruut will move on to a title fight now, he will get a much better test from Andrzej Gajewski.
Main Event
Middleweight Title Fight
#1 Purpura Mortis (10-4, 4-2 NGF) v #3 Bill Clinton (17-3, 1-0 NGF)
I picked Purpura Mortis in this fight, I thought he was going to be able to stay on his feet and land his big shot that could KO or really hurt Bill Clinton, but it went the other way. The fight started with Mortis fighting off a take down attempt, but he loaded up and missed badly on a wild hook allowing Clinton to counter with a take down, slamming Mortis to the mat and he quickly transitioned into full mount. Soon after Clinton got mount, Mortis did a nice job to get back into half guard, but the next 4 minutes of the round was just wrestling and no action or striking, Clinton totally controlled Mortis, Clinton would attempt ground strikes, but Mortis did a nice job of defending, Clinton ended the fight going 2 for 16 in ground strikes. The round ended, fans were not happy, but the round had to be given to Clinton since he was on top the entire fight. Mortis was an exhausted mess at the end of the round, he worked extremely hard to defend strikes and not get submitted. In the 2nd the fighters looked to make this a stand up fight, both guys landed and missed, Mortis was able to stuff a couple of take downs, but he really looked slow and tired. Around the 2 minute mark Clinton had found his range and he was able to use the reach advantage to land a couple of stinging jabs that set up a big hook that rocked Mortis. Mortis was stumbling and Clinton could see the finish, he swarmed Mortis and looked for his opening, Mortis was bleeding which covered his whole left side of his face at this point. Clinton loaded up and then launched a straight right hand that brutally landed straight on the nose of Mortis and put him out cold. Mortis fell hard to the canvas, but still no ref, Clinton dove on top, but stopped and looked at the ref, Mortis was unconscious, so no need to land anything else, finally, the ref waved his hands to stop the fight. Great sportsmanship from Clinton and a dominating win. Clinton will now take on Jima Jamm for the middleweight title.
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#3 JLP

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Posted 02 June 2013 - 12:30 PM

Nice write-ups for a great org. Keep up the good work Chad.
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Posted 03 June 2013 - 03:06 PM

Yes, this rocks--getting previews, reviews, etc. Keep it up, I love it!
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Posted 04 June 2013 - 02:07 AM

I'll start some segments with Gim Ruut later :)
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Posted 10 June 2013 - 05:53 PM

NGF 54 | Saibot vs Jackson

UNDER CARD

Featherweight Fight

Andreas Almdudler def Stefan Burczymucha

A dominating attack from Andreas Almdudler in this one, he showed his wrestling skill and brought Stefan Burczymucha to the mat and pounded him out. Almdudler took the fight to the mat right off the bell, he easily controlled the fight and ended up landing an amazing 24 of 24 ground strikes. Burczymucha had no chance as he was TKO’ed 2:28 of the 2nd round.

Featherweight Fight

#9 Lion El Johnson def #11 Riviere Hinds

A very nice fight between these two top 15 featherweights, Lion El Johnson was able to do just a little bit more than Riviere Hinds in this one. Round 1 had good action, back and forth stand up fighting with both guys staying very active, but both showing fantastic defensive skills, I thought the few significant strikes landed were from Johnson and he was fantastic on the take down defense. In the 2nd, both guys came out aggressive again, it was Hinds early and I thought he was the more active and aggressive fighter in the 2nd. He also got his first take down, though it was very late and he wasn’t able to capitalize on it. In the 3rd, it was once again Hinds coming out aggressive, he was using body shots and kicks early and he was scoring. Hinds was still trying take downs, and he was not getting them, he missed his first 3 attempts in the 3rd, but he was still landing shots. He finally did get his 2nd take down around the 3:30 mark of the round, but both guys were exhausted and the ref stood them up a few seconds later. As the round ended I had this scored very close, I thought it could go either way. The judges scored it 30-27 in favor of Johnson, giving him all 3 rounds. In the end Hinds out struck Johnson and got the only 2 take downs, I don’t know how you could have given Johnson all 3 rounds. Hinds was 18-48 in head punches while Johnson was 10-31. Johnson did manage to land 9 kicks to Hinds 1 and that could have been a deciding factor.

Lightweight Fight

#10 Yoshihiro Imanari def #6 Makoto Shibasaki

A good ground battle between two very skilled bjj fighters and one that Yoshihiro Imanari showed that he will be real force in the lightweight division. The fight started with Makoto Shibasaki landing a head kick, but Imanari just smiled and moved forward. They traded some shots, but you knew where this fight would end up and Imanari proved that around the 1 minute mark with a take down. It was a control and sub battle the rest of the round. Imanari did a very nice job controlling and not allowing Shibasaki to improve or reverse, but both guys stayed active looking for submissions. In the 2nd, Imanari shot in from a long way out for a take down, but Shibasaki doesn’t mind working off his back, so after a second of trying to defend the take down, he just dropped to the mat. Once there, Shibasaki was the more active guy, from his back, he was all over Imanair, locking up arms, throwing his legs up and almost locking up a triangle. A scary moment happened seconds later though, as Imanari threw Shibasaki’s legs off and dropped down for an ankle lock and it looked tight and painful, but Shibasaki did manage to escape. The 3rd had both guys staying standing for much of the round, but they did eventually end on the mat, both guys once again trying to out jiu jitsu each other. In the end, Imanari ended up with 11 ground strikes and was 0-6 in submissions while Shibasaki didn’t attempt a ground strike and was 0-7 in submissions. Imanari took the judge’s decision 29-28 from all 3 judges.

Light Heavyweight Fight

#3 Rogerio Mustacho def #10 Cal Paxton

Cal Paxton went for the clinch right off the bell, but Rogerio Mustacho pushed him off easily and landed a nice straight jab that landed right on the chin of Paxton. Early both guys landed some good kicks and Mustacho was able to land some nice jabs. Mustacho was able to get a trip take down around the 2 minute mark of the round. Mustacho did land a big shot from top, but most of the time it was Mustacho looking for submissions, while Paxton tried to defend. Paxton did manage to get a sweep late, but didn’t have enough time to do anything, a dominating round for Mustacho. In the 2nd, Mustacho got back to attacking the legs of Paxton, kicks were landing, but not much else as both guys struggled to really land punches. You could see Paxton was limping here and Mustacho dove in and got another take down. There wasn’t a whole lot of action in the 3rd, much the same as the first two rounds, Mustacho did most of his damage with low kicks and got the fight to the mat again. Mustacho ended up landing 12 of 17 leg kicks and was 7 of 8 in head punches, he also end up 5 for 10 in ground strikes. Paxton was hurt, he was limping and he had a huge welt on his thigh, he only landed 6 strikes the entire fight and he was dominated on the mat. Mustacho took the fight 30-27 and move to #3 in the light heavyweight division.

Heavyweight Fight

#15 Firco Nowack def Armand Battailen

I can’t figure out Firco Nowack, he’s fought for a title and he’s also been beaten senseless in fights, but he seems to come up with fights like this, where he looks to not have much of a chance, but pulls off the upset. Armand Battailen likes the clinch, he has fantastic Muay Thai knees, so him trying to clinch up just seconds into this one wasn’t a surprise, what was a surprise was the way Nowack destroyed Armand at his own game. The first clinch situation, both landed a few knees, but not much happened. Battailen then became the aggressive fighter, he pushed forward and Nowack was back peddling, but still throwing counter strikes and kicks. Then around the 2 minute mark, Nowack clinched up and he fired off a quick head punch that cut open Battailen above his right eye. Then for the next 3 minutes Firco Nowack completely dominated the fight in the clinch. He landed elbows, punches and knees in the clinch, doing major damage and it turned Battailen’s face into something that resembled something out of a horror move. In the 2nd, Nowack once again managed to clinch up, then he was able to land a monster knee to the ribs or Battailen and you could hear Armand let out a groan, it was a massive, perfectly placed knee and you knew Battailen was hurt bad. Battailen was covering up his hurt ribs, and that let Nowack deliver massive elbows and strikes to the head of Armand, each one opening up that cut even more. Eventually the ref stepped in and called the dr, who didn’t take long to put a stop to this one. After the fight Armand Battailen needed 24 stitches to close up the gruesome wound.

MAIN CARD

Lightweight Fight

#15 Wade Dew def #12 Ryuken Yanagi

This was a good fight, it saw a little bit of everything, and it showed that these two guys are very skilled in all areas. These two touched gloves and Wade Dew seemed to look down for some reason and Ryuken Yanagi shot in and got the easy take down. Then the entire 1st round Yanagi just dominated, with a little luck he could have finished this fight. He was all over Dew, he was landed good ground strikes, a few significant, but give Dew credit, he did do a pretty good job of defending. Between rounds, Dew’s corner said to him, “plan b”. Dew came straight out and clinched up with Yanagi in the 2nd, but it was him that broke the clinch. Now what happened here is something I have never seen before, I witnessed a fighter completely defeat himself. Ryuken Yanagi went away from fighting a smart fight and just started shooting for take down after take down, each one that Dew defended took more out of Yanagi. All this round end up being was Yanagi shooting, Dew defending and then Dew attempting some sort of combination on Yanagi as he was trying to get up off the mat. It was a terrible round and it was so crazy to think Yanagi didn’t change things up and try to fight. Same thing in round 3, Yanagi looked terrible, he was trying for take downs, he was in the clinch and tried for take downs there, all the while, Dew as trying to land strikes, not many of them landed and this fight turned ugly. Yanagi looked like he didn’t know how to fight; he just looked like some child hanging on to his parents at Disney land, just awful looking. Here is what it looked like, Yanagi didn’t attempt a single strike on his feet, he was 2 for 29 in take down attempts, but he did land 21 of 43 ground strikes. Dew on the other hand landed just 4 punches the entire fight and his combination numbers ended 2 for 22. A ugly fight, but one that Dew wins by default 29-28.

Bantamweight Fight

#6 Matti Teitsi def #10 Jon Erik Andersen

So far the card wasn’t all that good, not great fights, but had some decent scraps. Matti Teitsi and Jon Erik Andersen changed that and got this card rocking! They touched gloves and then got down to business. It was bit of a feeling out process to start, but both guys were quick and active. The fight went to the clinch where both guys did some damage, Teitsi did do more damage as he had a few shots that really snapped JEA’s head back, in fact, Teitsi was able to land a lot of head punches threw the defenses of JEA. In the 2nd, it looked as if Andersen tired out pretty quick. He did get the fight down, but Teitsi dominated the ground portion of this fight. He was able to land at will on the ground, going 10 for 10 and Andersen was helpless, he defended and then was trying to get up or improve, but Teitsi controlled him on every move. In the 3rd, you could tell JEA was in trouble, he just looked slow and was breathing very heavy. He tried to get back into this fight standing, but eventually Teitsi clinched up. From the 1 minute mark until this fight ended, Matti Teitsi completely destroyed Andersen in the clinch, he pounded JEA, landing every single punch in the clinch, he was 49 for 49 in the clinch with head punches and 24 for 24 with body punches. It was inevitable, but eventually a strike landed that snapped JEA’s head up and he was completely wobbly, more strikes landed and the ref had no choice but to stop this one at 3:42 of the 3rd. A dominating performance by Matti Teitsi.

Middleweight Title Fight

#3 Milan Savic def #10 Heath Marcum

Milan Savic wants another title shot, he wants it BAD, and with this performance it might be sooner than later. Milan Savic was able to land some really good shots right at the start of this fight; a big uppercut landed and staggered Heath Marcum just 45 seconds in. To defend, Marcum countered with a take down and Marcum after a moment to recover, got to business with some ground and pound. Savic was defending well, but some strikes did land from Marcum. Savic was active from the bottom, you could tell he was either working for a sweep or trying to set Marcum up for some sort of submission, but Marcum didn’t look like he was in any trouble. That was until Savic threw up his legs for a triangle, Marcum defended well by getting his head on the other side, but he left his arm dangle and Savic quickly transitioned into a arm bar and within seconds Marcum was tapping as his elbow was completely hyperextended. Ouch! A fantastic submission from Savic and one that earned him a 5 k bonus for SOTN! Wow, what’s next for this guy?

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Welterweight Fight

#5 Macros Motaro def #6 Enzo Moretti

This was a fight I couldn’t wait to see, I think these two guys are two of the best, most exciting fighters in the welterweight division. The two touched gloves and we were underway, Enzo Moretti moved in to take the fight to the clinch, but Macros Motaro pushed him away. Moretti landed the 1st significant strike, a overhand right that landed and it buckled the legs of Motaro. It was seconds later that Motaro’s knees really buckled, along with all the men in attendance too, Moretti landed a hard knee right in the groin of Motaro and he was in serious pain for the next few minutes. Moretti got his warning, Motaro used the entire 5 minutes to recover and then we were back to action. Motaro was angry and it showed, he was very aggressive and he swarmed Moretti the rest of the round. He was landing and avoiding very well and there was no doubt he won the round. A very early kick to the ribs by Motaro in the 2nd had Moretti backing up and covering up in pain, you could tell that kick did some damage that effected Moretti in this fight. The surprising thing so far was Moretti who should have the ground advantage hadn’t tried to bring this fight to the mat, especially since he was getting dominated standing. Motaro landed the next big significant strike just after the 1 minute mark, a stiff jab that rocked Moretti and had him all over the place. At this point it was almost like Motaro was trying to toy or put on the biggest beating he could, because he didn’t move in for any sort of finish, he just kept landing kicks, then a jab, then taken the fight to the clinch, where he dominated again, landing at will, but nothing with KO intention. In between rounds, Moretti’s corner told him that he had to finish this fight. They said either get this fight down or land something big. The 3rd round started and Moretti tried the latter, he attempted a monster head kick that just missed and there went his chance to get the come from behind KO. Just after the 1 minute mark, Motaro landed a huge right hand that send Moretti stumbling backwards, falling and then doing a summersault to get right back to his feet, but he was clearly in trouble. Motaro could smell blood and he moved in for the kill, Moretti tried to back away and get out of there, but a huge right hand landed and Moretti was out on his feet. A huge KO by Motaro and a very entertaining fight that earned the FOTN.

Main Event

Light Heavyweight Fight

#11 Johnny Jackson def #12 Sioux Sie

Johnny Jackson did a lot in this fight, he landed a monster punch that not only got a KO win and earned KOTN, but it also was so hard it caused his opponent to change his name and be dropped by his manager. Sioux Sie entered this fight as Noob Saibot, but whoever he is now, attempted to get this fight down in the opening seconds of the round, but Jackson stepped away easily. Jackson then went to work, he landed a big leg kick that was perfectly placed in the face of “whoever”, rocking him, knocking him down and cutting him up, nasty kick. Jackson could see “whoever” was in trouble, but he decided to have a little fun, he fainted, then landed a beautiful spinning back fist, landing and doing major damage to the already wounded Saibot, or Sie, or…ah never mind. As Jackson moved in on his confused opponent, he fired off a head kick that caught “whatever his name is” right in the temple and he fell like a tree in the wilderness to the mat. A brutal head kick KO and one that earned him the KOTN award and one that I think could be in the running for KOTS.
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Posted 13 June 2013 - 08:23 PM

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Pre Fight Interviews from NGF 55


1) What are your keys to winning the fight?
Keys to winning the fight would be to avoid Bennet's striking prowess. He is primarily a striker, that's what he does best. I like to take it down to the ground and that would be the key to winning this fight.

2) How did you get started in MMA?
Growing up in Finland I played hockey like the rest of the kids and in the offseason got introduced to the UFC training regimen. I had a lot of fun doing that and then tried myself out in several amateur fights, which went fairly well. At that point I decided to go ahead and get into MMA full time, leaving the game of hockey behind. I still play hockey as a hobby.

3) What holes do you see in your opponents game?
I really don't know if there any holes in his game, the guy is undefeated. One thing that I could say is that his ground game is untested at this point. He seems to have great takedown defense and his game plan seems to fit his style well.

4) What do you consider to be the best skill or best part of your game?
Submissions, takedowns, ground game, generally speaking.

5) Is there anything you would like to ask NGF or say about NGF? This includes anyone you would like to fight next or in the future.
Seems like a good active organization with top-level talent; I see myself here long-term. Please follow me on twitter and watch my gardening videos on youtube. Peace!
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Posted 13 June 2013 - 09:15 PM

Gim Ruut is ready to upset some people against Gajewski...
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Posted 14 June 2013 - 11:41 PM

Scotty Bennet's interview before fight with Esa Tikkanen

1) What are your keys to winning the fight?
I need to keep the fight standing. Keep the pressure on and force him into a mistake.


​​2) How did you get started in MMA?
I started in MMA after I was wrongfully fired from the LAPD for police brutality.

3) What holes do you see in your opponents game?
He's pretty well rounded, probably more so than I am. But his standup is a little sloppy. He doesnt have the technical ability that I do.

4) What do you consider to be the best skill or best part of your game?
My power and intelligence. My power keeps my opponent on edge, they know they could be going to sleep at any second. I think being smarter than my opponents lets me finish them quickly once I hurt them.

5) Is there anything you would like to ask NGF or say about NGF? This includes anyone you would like to fight next or in the future.
I hope they keep bringing in all the best young fighters in the world. Talent and management wise, this is the best restricted ID org in the game
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Posted 14 June 2013 - 11:42 PM

Gim Ruuts interview before fight with Andrzej Gajewski

1) What are your keys to winning the fight?
Being better than my opponent. Many people would feel like I should go to the ground and work from there but I believe that the key in this fight is to impose my gameplan over his. I believe I can defeat him just standing as well and I know that it doesn't matter where this fight goes, it's going to be tough for both of us. I've been in battles before and I know that they really ask for your best performance each single second of it. I'm sure that Gajewski will present a good challenge but I'll become the new champion when the fight is over.

2) How did you get started in MMA?
​ I started wrestling when I was 4 years old, but never really got into it. Some people used to call me odd because of that (laughs). One day a friend of my father came with a tape of UFC 1 and I fell in love right away with it, specially the submissions. Those were things that I wouldn't practice a lot in wrestling, so I wanted to do BJJ right away. And my father got me into classes with Rodrigo, a brazilian coach that lived in Des Moines for a long time and he was my first master in it. I'm glad that I watched that tape. That way I started my passion for fighting and MMA. Everything just came together as time passed. That would give you a huge take on a part of my life but I know that time is something we can't spend a lot in these interviews, so maybe next time!

3) What holes do you see in your opponents game?
​He can be finished. And that's a good hole to know. Specially that he was already submitted and TKO'd. I feel that in this fight I can join this list of finishers, but I'm happy with a decision win as well. Many people would say that Pirozhkov's hole was his stand up. I agree with that but I finished him with a kimura. He was never submitted, became a black belt before I did and I finished him there. It wasn't a lucky submission, so that proves that I really feel I can win this one everywhere. I don't want to go on about every single aspect of Gajewski's game, but I believe that I'll be able to be a better man that night and capture my third belt. After I became the final Rivals BW champion, I entered the division's world top 10 momentarily and with a win in this fight, I'll guarantee a spot there again.

4) What do you consider to be the best skill or best part of your game?
​I can adapt to situations that the fight provides me. Of course that I like to submit people and I've done that way more than other things. I believe that my defensive and offensive ground game is great and I'm able to defend myself while attacking if I'm on my back. That way I provide a tough challenge for BJJ and Wrestling guys, so you can imagine what I could to do strikers. Still, Gajewski is a complete fighter and he should be able to provide good defense to whatever I present to him, that's the minimum I expect from him as the current champion. He can be sure that I'll defend what he gives me and I'll definitely try to reach my goal of defeating him with whatever I can in that fight.

5) Is there anything you would like to ask NGF or say about NGF? This includes anyone you would like to fight next or in the future.
I'd like to thank NGF for the opportunity to fight here and everyone's being great to me since I arrived. I don't want to ask for anyone next, but I expect and hope that my next opponent will be a #1 contender for a title fight. It's my time to be the champion and I'll fulfill my goal on June 15th.
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Posted 14 June 2013 - 11:43 PM

Andrzej Gajewski interview before fight with Gim Ruut

1) What are your keys to winning the fight?
Not getting myself caught in a submission like I did when fighting Retale. Gim's submission skills are better than mine, but I feel that I have a slight edge over him pretty much in every other aspect of the game.

2) How did you get started in MMA?
​ One of my favourite polish TV series is called "Glina". Main character of that show, homicide officer, is also named Andrzej Gajewski. After watching the show I decided to join the police and started MMA training to get back in shape. I wrestled a lot as a kid, so I had quite good base for MMA and when I knocked out one of my training partners it became clear to me that I prefer to beat people up rather than put them in jail.

3) What holes do you see in your opponents game?
​He has no clear holes and is pretty much the toughest opponent I've ever faced.

4) What do you consider to be the best skill or best part of your game?
Doing damage, both at striking distance and in the clinch.

5) Is there anything you would like to ask NGF or say about NGF?
When Four Kings closed I received a lot of offers and, to be honest, that one from NGF wasn't among my favourites at first. But after talking with Chad Didion my manager convinced me that NGF might be the best option. Now I know it was best choice in my career, NGF crew is doing a great work and I'm not going anywhere for a long time.
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Posted 14 June 2013 - 11:46 PM

Samson Miodek interview before fight with Vyacheslav Romanov

1) What are your keys to winning the fight?​
Keeping my composure and not getting caught like I did first time we fought. I was winning that fight, but then made one mistake and got subbed. Need to take away that mistake and victory will be mine, and it won't take 5 rounds.

2) What are your future goals?
Knocking someone out from guard bottom would be quite an achievement :)

3) Why do you think you are better than your opponent?
I fought him already and I know one thing. As long as I stay focused, I'm better. Besides, he's overconfident, and that might lead him to make painful mistake this time.

4) What do you consider to be the best skill or best part of your game?​
My strikes are hurting people, it doesn't matter where the fight goes.

5) Is there anything you would like to ask NGF or say about NGF? This includes anyone you would like to fight next or in the future.
NGF is the most exciting org I've fought for or I've heard about, and I've trained with guys fighting for IMMA, NFC, Ascension and so on. About my plans for the future - if I win that belt there are at least 3 really interesting opponents in my division and probably another match with Romanov, so pretty much to do in 265+ division. But I can easily fight as a heavyweight, and that division is stacked too, so who knows what the future holds.
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Posted 14 June 2013 - 11:47 PM

Vyacheslav Romanov interview before fight with Samson Miodek

1) What are your keys to winning the fight?
[Delivered in a monotone voice with a broad russian accent]
I don't have keys to victory. I use battering ram.

2) What are your future goals?
To be most feared champion in NGF.

3) Why do you think you are better than your opponent?
I'm better than him in every position. There is nowhere he is safe from me. I will crush him.

4) What do you consider to be the best skill or best part of your game?
My transitions and submissions are second to none in the NGF.

5) Is there anything you would like to ask NGF or say about NGF? This includes anyone you would like to fight next or in the future.
Don't matter who I fight next. I have perfect 10-0 record, all wins by stoppage. I fear no man.
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Posted 14 June 2013 - 11:49 PM

Aurelius Schultes interview before fight with Kaito Rin

1) What are your keys to winning the fight?
Regarding my gameplan for this bout, I know that I have to make it into a fight, no matter how much the champ would rather avoid that. I know what his game inside and out and I believe I'm prepared for it. I know he would rather snuggle up to me and tell me stories about all the arenas he put to sleep. But I've been working dilligently on my bottom game with James May and I plan to put my brown belt on full display. So, when this fight hits the ground, I hope he's prepared to look as lost in my guard as he does in his post fight interviews.

2) What are your future goals?
Obviously, taking Kaito's belt is the first stop. Next, I would love to give the opening speech at Kaito Rin's retirement ceremony next week. Even if Mr. Rin is not yet awake for the festivities, I have prepared a lovely collection of anecdotes for all you MMA journalists. I've also arranged for a puppet show and a clip from Conjunction Junction for Katio's family members.

3) Why do you think you are better than your opponent?
I still remember what it feels like to exit the cage with my pride intact..

4) What do you consider to be the best skill or best part of your game?
My double leg is solid.

5) Is there anything you would like to ask NGF or say about NGF? This includes anyone you would like to fight next or in the future.
​All kidding aside, I would like to thank NGF for this opportunity and, well, may the best man win.
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Posted 14 June 2013 - 11:51 PM

Kaito Rin interview before fight with Aurelius Schultes

1) What are your keys to winning the fight?
Keys to winning the fight - is good training camp. I'm not most talented fighter, all that I have I achieved through hard work and dedication. I always 100 % ready to fight, both physically and mentally. I go into the cage and put constant pressure on my opponent until he give up. Sound simple, but it work for me.

2) What are your future goals?
Well, every fighter want to be champion, to be the best. I am NGF champion and i want to keep defending my title and climb higher and higher in the world ratings. I want to be №1 welterweight in the world and to give fans a amazing spectacle in every fight.

3) Why do you think you are better than your opponent?
My opponent is very good fighter, i respect him a lot. He have skills, he have experience. But I believe that I am mentally stronger than him. I won a lot of fights in which I was considered an underdog, because I'm always going forward and never give up.

4) What do you consider to be the best skill or best part of your game?
People usually say my best skill is my wrestling - but, as i said before, i think that MMA - is primarily a mental battle rather than a physical. So, my best skills is probably my work ethics and never-give-up attitude.

5​​) Is there anything you would like to ask NGF or say about NGF? This includes anyone you would like to fight next or in the future.
Oh, i love Russia, St Petersburg is a very beautiful city, I'm happy to fight here, in NGF. It is a honor for me to represent Japan under NGF banner and I will make every effort to continue to please my fans with victories. About my next opponent - I'm not used to look through my current opponent, right now i focused on my fight with Schultes.
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Posted 16 June 2013 - 02:03 PM

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Posted 22 June 2013 - 12:07 AM

NGF 56 | Jamm vs Clinton ( 771679 )

MAIN CARD
Main Event
Middleweight Title Fight
#1 Bill Clinton (17-3, 1-0 NGF) v C-Jima Jamm (13-3-1, 4-0 NGF)
What a fight to finish out this event between “El Presidente” Bill Clinton and “The Prodigy” Jima Jamm. Clinton has now won 7 in a row after defeating Purpura Mortis in his NGF debut at NGF 52 by KO. He KO’ed Mortis, but I wouldn’t say he has a KO power, he only has 5 (T)KO wins in his career. What he does very well is swarm opponents, he will out work them, he will land many more strikes and he will earn points by out wrestling people too. He is averaging 12.7 head punches standing and he lands 53% of them while holding his opponents to 8.1 head punches and 38% landing. He doesn’t spend much time in the clinch, if he’s there he’ll do most of his work trying to get trip take downs. Where he spends a lot of time is on the mat, he can control very well, he can hold opponents to a very low percentage in improving their position and he will land on average 3.3 ground strikes. He has shown very good ground defense as well. Bill does tend to be in a lot of unexciting fights where there are a lot of take downs and submission attempts; it’s evident with his 1 FOTN, 1 KOTN and 1 SOTN award. Jima Jamm is a much more exciting and creative fighter, he has 3 FOTN, 1 SOTN and 5 KOTN awards, including 1 award in each of his last 3 fights. Jamm has much more power and can end a fight in a flash with fists and feet. Jamm has won 5 straight and is 8-1-1 in his last 10. Jamm has also been very good in all areas; he has shown a very good chin as well, one of the best in the org. He is a smart fighter who doesn’t just rush in, he can fight aggressive and counters well. He has outstanding power in his kicks and he lands 60% of his leg kicks. He hasn’t had to do it much, but he has landed 100% of his ground strikes. His defense isn’t outstanding, but he doesn’t give up a lot of strikes per fight because of his foot work. Also, Jamm has a knack for cutting his opponents, he does it a ton and it’s almost like a skill at this point. This fight is my pick for FOTN, these two are monsters and it could go either way. Clinton is super skilled and smart; he can land a lot of good strikes and wear out opponents with a grinding ground style. Jamm has excellent power and can cut opponents to shreds all the while scoring points with quick strikes and kicks. This one is awesome! PREDICTION: Jamm 4th round TKO
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Featherweight Title Fight
#4 Barry Allen (10-2, 2-1 NGF) v #2 Marcos Silva (11-5, 3-1 NGF)
I think Barry Allen has the tools and the skills to win a title one day, but right now he has to beat Marcos Silva and this will be a very hard fight. Allen has dangerous hands, he is solid in the clinch, but his weapon of mass destruction is his feet. Allen may have the scariest kicks in the division, he has 3 (T)KO wins with kicks and he can rock anyone with his kicks, he averages 3.3 kicks per fight while landing 1.5 per fight. He can do damage to legs and ribs as well, he is averaging 8.9 leg kicks and 3.3 body kicks. He isn’t great on the mat, so it’s a struggle for him if he’s taken down. He also has been good in the clinch, but he can give up a high percentage of strikes there. Marcos Silva also wants to get back to a title fight, he was beaten in his title fight, but he feels the next time he has some things figured out. Silva has won 2 straight after his title fight loss and he will look to submit Allen in this one or KO or TKO, Silva can end a fight in different ways. The only problem I see is that he can be beat in a number of ways too. He tends to be a little inconsistent or maybe too consistent and doesn’t change his game plan from fight to fight. He’s lands his strikes at a decent percentage, but he allows more from his opponents in nearly every area except for on the ground. He is averaging 7.1 ground strikes per fight and is landing 48% of them. He has the power in his ground and pound to get any opponent covering up. He also has locked up 21% of his submission attempts. I feel Allen will try to avoid the ground, he has shown great take down defense and since Silva hasn’t defended the leg and body kick so well, this could come down to the kicking. PREDICTION: Allen 2nd round KO
Super Heavyweight Fight
#3 Dmitry Borschev (6-0, 3-0 NGF) v #2 Castiel Angel (9-1 NGF)
This is one hell of a fight; I cannot wait for this one. Clearly the #1 contender fight with #3 ranked, undefeated, Dmitry Borschev taking on #2 ranked, former champion, Castiel Angel. Borschev may have the best power in the super heavyweight division, not just NGF, but all of MMA. Borschev is also very exciting, he can KO opponents in a number of ways, he has a head kick, punch and flying knee KO on his resume. I do not see one weakness in his game, he’s aggressive, creative, he pushes the pace from the start and he can be overwhelming. He is an accurate striker landing 79% of his head punches, 60% of his head kicks, 82% of his leg kicks and 87% of his body kicks. You have to not only watch out for his hands, but his feet are just as deadly. Castiel Angel is trying to get back to a title shot; he won his last fight against Chilemba Murithi in a decision win. He also has excellent power and has 1 punch KO capabilities. What he is though is a sensational wrestler who uses stand up striking to set up take downs. He is successful on 56% of his take down attempts. On the mat he is a master at wrestling, he is super strong and quick and will keep opponents pinned on the mat while he drops bomb, he averages 13.9 ground strikes and he is holding his opponents to just 22% success rate in improving their position. Borschev clearly has the advantage standing, he is powerful and he is accurate. Angel has the clear advantage on the mat; he is quick, strong and accurate with ground strikes. What will be the deciding factor in my opinion is how well can Angel avoid strikes from Borschev, because Angels striking defense has been terrible. If he can’t block some strikes than Borschev has the power to KO him. PREDICTION: Angel 2nd round TKO
Heavyweight Fight
#3 Frederick Frost (4-1, 3-0 NGF) v #4 Polish Engineer (10-5, 5-2 NGF)
This very well could be the #1 contender fight between Frederick Frost and Polish Engineer. Frost has been dominating in his first 3 fights in the NGF, 2 KO wins and 1 TKO win all in the first round, 2 of them under 1:30. He has major power and he’s an accurate striker, a deadly combination. He lands 83% of his head punches and 70% of his body punches, but you have to watch for his kicking as well, he is landing 92% of his leg kicks and he’s averaging 4.8 per fight. He has outstanding quickness for a big man and has exceptional striking defense. Polish Engineer will try and rebound after losing his title to Rinky Spider in his last fight. Engineer relies on his powerful punching and his wrestling to win fights. He averages 9.8 head punches per fight and his power shines on the mat, his ground and pound is very vicious. Engineer can be submitted or he has been submitted and some fights he can be struck. This one is one of the best fights on the card, I don’t know if it will be a long fight, but someone might get KO’ed in this one. PREDICTION: Frost 2nd round KO
Heavyweight Fight
#12 Vladislav Munchkin (7-3, 0-0 NGF) v #9 Petr Jakovlev (7-3 NGF)
Vladislav Munchkin will make his NGF debut in this on and will try to move inside the top 10 by beating long time NGF fighter and 9th ranked Petr Jakovlev. Munchkin is a very powerful fighter, he has 4 straight KO’s in his career and all 7 of his wins have been stoppages. He is good in all areas, but standing he is exceptional, landing 88% of his head punches, 83% of his leg kicks and 75% of his body kicks. He has shown good take down skills and exceptional striking defense. Petr Jakovlev is coming off a loss to Sam Winchester in a #1 contender fight, but with this win he’ll take a step closer to getting back to a title shot. Jakovlev is next to nothing standing, he only averages 1.6 strikes standing or in the clinch, but he’s averaging 3.1 take downs per fight. He is an elite wrestler, but he isn’t successful on a high percentage of take downs, but he will keep trying until he does get one. On the mat he has been fantastic, averaging 19.6 ground strikes landing nearly 50%. He can control opponents and once he gets you down, you don’t usually get back up until your waking up in the back room or the bell rings. You can hit Jakovlev, his striking defense is terrible, so if you can avoid take downs and counter, you can drop him. PREDICTION: Munchkin 2nd round TKO
PRELIM CARD
Heavyweight Fight
Eduard Syroviy (12-5, 0-2 NGF) v #13 Andrew Golota (11-5, 6-3 NGF)
This is a huge fight for Eduard Syroviy, both fighters really, but more so for Syroviy. He is on a 3 fight losing streak and he has been (T)KO’ed in all 5 of his fights. Syroviy has problems, he can look very dominating and he does have very good power, but he can be instantly hurt by 1 punch and he seems to get cut pretty easily. The cuts have caused problems being able to see, which in turn have cause him to not see lucky punches coming. He’s a very good striker and has good take down defense, but he can get rocked pretty easily. Andrew Golota was rolling with 5 straight wins before he dropped two in a row. Back on the winning path, Andrew will try and improve to 7-3 inside the NGF. Golota will try and avoid the ground like the plaque, which is not a problem in this match up. He is averaging 18 head punches per fight standing so this one should be a real battle. I think it will be quick though as I’m going to say Golota will get that lucky shot in on Syroviy and end his night. PREDICTION: Golota 1st round TKO
Bantamweight Fight
#12 Daiju Kikuchi (3-0, 0-0 NGF) v #14 Lutz Knitter (13-7, 4-5 NGF)
I’ve been waiting to see Daiju Kikuchi fight and it’s finally here. He gets a tuff draw in this one, but this should be a hell of a fight. To this point Kikuchi has shown amazing striking and outstanding striking defense, now he’s fought 3 cans and Lutz Knitter is 10 times better than the what’s he’s faced, but Kikuchi has all the skills to dominate in the bantamweight division. Knitter, the former champion, will try to break a 2 fight losing streak. Knitter is always facing top 15 fighters and most of the time its top 10. He is an aggressive striker who will take a fight in the clinch at a any point. He has very good defense as well, nothing on the mat so this should be a fun stand up battle. PREDICTION: Knitter decision win.
Middleweight Fight
Paul McCracken (4-2, 2-1 NGF) v Facaloto Gals (12-7, 4-4 NGF)
Paul McCracken has monster finishing power, he has yet to have a fight make it out of the 1st round. McCracken will have a really tuff matchup here, he has not ground game to speak of and he’s taking on a brown belt. McCracken hopefully trained very hard to improve his holes. Facaloto Gals, man, this guy is really struggling, he’s lost his last 4 fights and he is struggling with standup and ground fighters. He will get a fight down, but he has shown no ground striking defense. This is going to be a heavy handed, KO puncher vs a slick ground jiu jitsu fighter. PREDICTION: Gals 2nd round submission
Welterweight Fight
#12 James James (3-1, 1-1 NGF) v #2 Alastair Gridlock (5-3, 2-0 NGF)
A monster fight here between James James and Alastair Gridlock. James will try and use his remarkable wrestling to get Gridlock down and pound him into a deep sleep, James is averaging 19.5 ground strikes per fight and he’s getting 50% of his take down attempts. Gridlock is rolling right now, 5 straight wins and he’s moving right into title contention. Gridlock is a beast on his feet and in the clinch, he will dominate a fight and he is landing 71% of his head punches standing and 64% of his head punches in the clinch. He has the power to knock anyone out. I think Gridlock will know the importance of this fight and be at the top of his game. PREDICTION: Gridlock 2nd round TKO
Bantamweight Fight
Tom Bielawski (9-7, 0-3 NGF) v Vincent Mangano (0-1 NGF)
Here is a fight between two guys probably fighting for their NGF lives. Tom Bielawski just can’t seem to get started in the NGF, 0-3 and he hasn’t been good yet. He doesn’t do much standing and he’s been brutal on the ground. Vincent Mangano on the other hand did look good in his NGF debut and he lost a decision that I think was a total mistake. He was super aggressive standing and he worked over PO Burn in his fight, but he lost on the mat. I don’t think this fight is going to the mat and I think we’ll see Mangano knock Bielawski right out of the NGF with this one. PREDICTION: Mangano 1st round TKO
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Posted 25 June 2013 - 05:46 AM

NGF 56 | Jamm vs Clinton ( 771679 )

UNDER CARD
Bantamweight Fight
Tom Bielawski (9-8, 0-4 NGF) v Vincent Mangano (1-1 NGF)
Tom Bielawski rushed in and took the fight to the clinch, he spent over a minute and a half attempting to land knees, over and over again he tried but nothing was landing and he eventually just wore himself out. Vincent Mangano brook the clinch, defended a take down and then landed a beautiful 2 punch combo that cut, and knocked Bielawski to the mat. Mangano dove on top, landed a few hard ground strikes and this fight was over at 3:21 of the 1st. Mangano wasn’t super impressive in this one, but he’ll take it. Bielawski is on borrowed time, he is now 0-4 in the NGF and is not competitive, it’s only a matter of time before he’s cut from the roster.
Welterweight Fight
#12 James James (3-2, 1-2 NGF) v #2 Alastair Gridlock (6-3, 3-0 NGF)
There was a time when the world didn’t know who Alastair Gridlock was, well that day has come and gone. Gridlock dominated this fight from the opening bell until the end. He demolished James James in every way possible. James gave a fine effort, but he could not catch the much quicker and better prepared Gridlock. James finished 7-64 in head punches, 0-5 in body punches, 1-7 in kicking and he failed on all 7 of his take down attempts. Gridlock was just awesome in this fight; he showed his class with quick and accurate striking. He looked as if he toyed with James in the 2nd and 3rd rounds; landing strikes at will. Gridlock finished 22 of 22 in head punches, 7-11 in body punches, 3-5 in head kicks and was an amazing 36-54 in leg kicks. James could hardly hold up his own weight when this fight was over, he had a huge welt on his thigh. Gridlock clearly won each round and he now waits for his inevitable title shot.
Middleweight Fight
Paul McCracken (5-2, 3-1 NGF) v Facaloto Gals (12-8, 4-5 NGF)
Facaloto Gals was emotional after this fight; he walked out of the octagon and just fell to his knees a few feet outside of the cage. How can you blame him, he has completely lost his way and is tumbling downward in a way that looks irreversible. Gals took this fight to the clinch early on and looked to wear out Paul McCracken with clinch knees and punches. Gals wasn’t able to land anything in the clinch and he was actually working much harder than McCracken. McCracken was able to break the clinch a couple of times, after breaking away the 2nd time, Gals came in low and McCracken was able to land a head kick that sent Gals falling backwards and down to the mat. McCracken didn’t follow and Gals did manage to get back to his feet. Just seconds later, Gals fainted, but stopped, and McCracken unloaded a head kick that drilled Gals in the side of the head and he fell to the ground, out cold, wow what a win for McCracken and another crushing loss for the former champion Facaloto Gals.
Bantamweight Fight
#12 Daiju Kikuchi (3-1, 0-1 NGF) v #14 Lutz Knitter (14-7, 5-5 NGF)
This fight was a very good one and Daiju Kikuchi showed he can handle himself pretty well with the big boys. The fight started with Lutz Knitter doing very good kick boxing, he looked very good and he was landing and defending well in the 1st. There wasn’t a ton of strikes landed in the 1st, but Knitter did land a head kick that Kikuchi absorb without a problem. Kikuchi was also able to land a late counter uppercut that snapped Knitters head and looked to daze him for a second. In the 2nd Kikuchi just avoided possible trouble as he was clipped with a spinning back fist from Knitter, but he was lucky as he just stepped forward and was hit with more of a forearm than the actual hand. Kikuchi just couldn’t get much going in the 2nd, he played defense pretty well as Knitter didn’t land a very high percentage of strikes, but Knitter was the aggressor and completely controlled the round. In the 3rd, it started with both guys staying in kick boxing range, they both stayed aggressive, but they both played very good defense. Finally, Kikuchi was able to clinch up with Knitter and for the next 2 minutes, Kikuchi really controlled the fight. Kikuchi landed many strikes and Knitter was clearly exhausted and in a bit of trouble. As the round ended and it went to the judges, I had the fight 29-28 in favor of Knitter and as the scores were read, the judges agreed. Knitter end up landing 24-57 head punches and he was able to land 9-21 leg kicks, while Kikuchi was 8-16 in head punches, 11-25 with head punches in the clinch and 3-12 with body punches in the clinch. Knitter out struck Kikuchi 49 to 32.
Heavyweight Fight
Eduard Syroviy (13-5, 1-2 NGF) v #13 Andrew Golota (11-6, 6-4 NGF)
This was such a good fight and a huge; much needed win for Eduard Syroviy. From the touch of the gloves these guys came out fighting, both were very active and aggressive. It was Syroviy who had a weird game plan as he would clinch and then break the clinch, he didn’t do much offense or stall to rest, he would just clinch up, take a few shots from Andrew Golota and then break the clinch. Golota was playing good defense, but Syroviy was landing big leg kicks that seemed to slow Golota down as this fight went on. Most of this fight Golota’s corner was screaming out “uppercut” Golota did manage to land a few of them, but nothing damaging. A big, damaging strike was landed by Eduard in the 1st, he nailed Golota with a perfect head kick that cut him open and had him crashing to the mat. Both guys started the 2nd fighting very hard, back and forth they went, neither guy separating themselves until Syroviy landed a straight left right on the jaw of Golota which knocked him to the mat, Syroviy jumped on top and landed 4 more big strikes before the ref could jump in and end this one at 1:33 of the 2nd. Great win from Syroviy and heartbreaking loss by Golota, but these two fought very hard and were rewarded with the FOTN award.
MAIN CARD
Heavyweight Fight
#12 Vladislav Munchkin (8-3, 1-0 NGF) v #9 Petr Jakovlev (7-4 NGF)
Vladislav Munchkin was the one who got the early take down and that started a nice ground battle. After almost of minute of great jiu jitsu fighting, Petr Jakovlev took advantage of a mistake from Munchkin and managed to sweep and got on top. Jakovlev did some damage with a few elbows on top, but Munchkin is very good on the mat, and he was able to improve his position and managed to get back on top. Jakovlev went into submission mode and he tried to lock up a triangle, guillotine and a Kimura, but Munchkin defended well and also landed a few ground strikes. In the 2nd, Petr Jakovlev lost his mind, he attempted 4 take downs, 1 after another to start the round but Munchkin defended all of them and Jakovlev looked totally exhausted just seconds into the round. Munchkin clinched up with Jakovlev and he landed a quick inside punch that jolted Jakovlev and cut him open. Then from that moment on it was all Munchkin, he landed some uppercuts, rights, lefts, hooks, shoulder strikes, you name it, he began to pick apart Jakovlev. A hook rocked Jakovlev and another hook knocked him to the mat, Munchkin mounted Jakovlev and pounded him out at 1:51 of the 2nd. Munchkin ended up landing 14 of 14 in clinch punches while Jakovlev didn’t land a single clinch strike. Monster win for Vladislav Munchkin and he’ll move inside the top 10 now.
Heavyweight Fight
#3 Frederick Frost (5-1, 4-0 NGF) v #4 Polish Engineer (10-6, 5-3 NGF)
I was so excited to see this fight; these two are killers and two of the most exciting fighters in the division. The bell rang, they touched gloves and it was Frost who landed the very first strike, a leg kick that landed and looked to hurt Polish Engineer. For the next minute and a half, that was just about the only strike that landed. Frost landed a few solid punches and so did Engineer, but both guys stayed on the outside and really didn’t engage each other. Around the 2 minute mark, as the sold out crowd of 5,000 started to get a little restless, Frost landed a hook that cut Engineer on the forehead and blood was running down over his nose and making him a mess. Engineer must have sensed he could only win this fight by getting it to the mat and he shot in for a double leg, but Frost defended well and he hopped back to the cage. Engineer was still trying to get the take down, but Frost had under hooks. Frost was able to spin and get free and as he did he came up with a uppercut that landed right under Engineers chin and Engineer went crashing to the mat. Frost waived him back up and as the groggy Engineer stood up, Frost moved in for the kill. He landed a few solid straight punches, a leg kick and then a violent right hand that KO’ed Engineer at 3:12 of the 1st round. Frederick Frost is the real deal, he dismantled Polish Engineer and he’ll be thought of when handing out title or #1 contender fights for sure.
Super Heavyweight Fight
#3 Dmitry Borschev (7-0, 4-0 NGF) v #2 Castiel Angel (9-2 NGF)
A fight between two of the biggest men in the organization, super skilled Dmitry Borschev came in looking fantastic. He was all business when this fight started as he didn’t even touch the extended glove of Castiel Angel. As Angel put down his glove, Borschev performed a beautiful spinning back kick that landed to the body of Angel and hurt him, just seconds in! Angel tried to take the fight to the mat, but Borschev sprawled to keep the fight standing. Borschev then landed a overhand right that cut Angel on the bridge of his nose. Angel shot in for another take down, but this time Borschev not only defended it, he pushed Angel up against the cage and started landing big shots. After Angel missed with a head kick, Borschev landed a big overhand right and Angel went crashing to the mat. Then moments later, Borschev made a beautiful faint to the body, Angel dropped his hands to protect his body, than Borschev landed a left hook to the temple, Angel went limp, completely out, and fell face first to the mat. Dmitry Borschev is a BEAST! Borschev will be put into one more fight vs Sami Hyypia to determine the #1 contender.
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Featherweight Fight
#4 Barry Allen (11-2, 3-1 NGF) v #2 Marcos Silva (11-6, 3-2 NGF)
The bell rang and Barry Allen landed a perfect jab to the nose of Marcos Silva and blood was all over the face of Silva just seconds into this one. Allen than proceeded to than take Silva apart, he picked him apart, he landed just about anything he threw. Allen was 7-7 in head punches and 1-1 in body punches. He attacked Silvas legs going 6-11 and he even landed a very nice front kick that sent Silva back about 6 feet, crashing into the cage. Silva did land a combination that stunned Allen and cut him around the nose. Allen responded by landing a hard jab of his own and it was Silva that looked cut in the corner of his left eye. Silva tried to change things and take the fight in the clinch, but he couldn’t do any striking damage, and he also failed on 3 take down attempts. Just after the 3 minute mark, Allen nailed Silva with a hook, Silva went jelly legged and he barely could stay on his feet. Allen moved in for the kill, he started by landing a hard body shot that had Silva groan, he then almost knocked him off his feet with a leg kick. As Silva wobbled around, Allen chased and hit him with a big hook that I thought would knock him down, but it didn’t. Then at the 3:28 mark, Barry Allen was once again able to land his signature head kick, perfect, and Silva went backwards, crashing to the mat, out cold! Allen earned his 4th (T)KO victory by head kick and got the KOTN too.
Main Event
Middleweight Title Fight
#1 Bill Clinton (17-4, 1-1 NGF) v C-Jima Jamm (14-3-1, 5-0 NGF)
I was so looking forward to this one, two middleweight monsters who had the crowd in a frenzy during their walk in’s, but the fight it’s self just didn’t live up to the hype. I thought Bill Clinton would push Jima Jamm more, I thought Jamm would have a hard time and I thought this fight was going to make championship rounds, boy was I wrong. I thought Jamm would win, so I wasn’t wrong about that, but I just didn’t know how easy this fight was going to be for Jamm. It was Clinton who landed a couple of nice body kicks early and it was Jamm landing some nice counter shots. Clinton was able to get the double leg take down just about 1 minute in. Clinton was not doing much, but he was trying to advance and get into mount, but Jamm was doing a very nice job locking up Clinton’s legs and keeping him tight against his body. As Clinton rested his head on Jamm’s chest, he left his arms out towards Jamm’s head. Jamm put his feet on Clintons thighs and pushed away, at the same time, he grabbed onto Clinton’s arm and he spun with it and started cranking down. Clinton, surprised, tried to spin out in desperation, but it was too late, he was tapping and screaming in pain at 1:46 of the 1st round. Jamm jumped to his feet and he jumped on the top of the cage and screamed out in celebration to his fans and the place went nuts for the champion. Jamm finishes off the win and retains his belt with a SOTN performance.
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#19 cdidman

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Posted 28 June 2013 - 12:21 PM

NGF 57 | Spider vs Winchester ( 772492 )

MAIN CARD
Main Event
Light Heavyweight Fight
#7 Lamont Banner (12-6-1, 2-0 NGF) v #6 Dongmin Oh (17-2, 1-0 NGF)
Alright this event, that has been made up of a majority of struggling fighters, ends with a matchup with two guys who are not struggling. Lamont Banner has won his last 2 fights and Dongmin Oh has won his last 5 and is 6-1 in his last 7. Banner will clearly be looking to take the fight where he is at his best and has a clear advantage, the mat. Banner isn’t much of a stand up fighter, he is only averaging 1.8 stand up strikes landed per fight, but he is averaging 5.1 take down attempts per fight. He has shown very little defense in his stand up game as well, he can be picked apart while he attempts his take downs. Also, he has been destroyed in the clinch; he has shown no offense and very little defense. When he gets his take downs he is successful on 11% of his 5 attempted take downs per fight, not a great percentage, but his 10 submission wins tell you one thing, you will get submitted if you are not at the very top of your submission defense. Dongmin Oh is supper talented, he has major power, but he is also very smart and adapts his game very well. He is a wonderful kick boxer, but he does his damage with his sensational Muay Thai skills. He uses defense while in kick boxing range, he avoids strikes very well and he often uses a counter strike style to wear out his opponents. He will attack legs as his primary tactic; he averages 13.6 leg kicks per fight and is landing 64% of them. Once he gets his opportunity, he will take a fight to the clinch, he is simple a beast there. He will attack with a barrage of elbows, averaging 11.8 per fight and he can open up his opponents face in an instant. He is not good on the mat; this is where an opponent has the advantage. Great fight, I can NOT wait to see this one. PREDICTION: Oh 2nd round TKO
Co-Main Event:
Heavyweight Title Fight
#1 Sam Winchester (9-3, 4-1 NGF) v C-Rinky Spider (9-1, 7-1 NGF)
Well this is one HELL of a fight here; Sam Winchester will try and get back the belt in against Rinky Spider. These two faced each other in a epic battle at NGF 38 where Winchester won by UD. Winchester is an aggressive fighter, he can be a flat out freighting at times, he will bull rush and get take downs, he can knock down opponents then he can rush in and pound away and he has KO power. Winchester also has excellent kicking, he is landing 70% of his leg kicks and 44% of his head and body kicks. His defense has been very good as well, he is a quick heavyweight and he usually has the advantage with this. Winchester is also a strong ground fighter as well, he is a wonderful wrestler and he can control a fight there on most nights. Rinky Spider is one hell of a fighter, super exciting, creative and powerful. At 23 years old he already shows a remarkable fighting skill that resembles a 30 fight veteran. The loss to Winchester is his only blemish on his record and now it’s time to get revenge. Huge power from Spider, he can KO anyone with any strike in a flash. A huge puncher and kicker, he averages 13 head punches standing per fight and is landing 61% of them. He is also attempting 10.3 leg kicks per fight and he lands 61% of those. He doesn’t land as high of percentage of his head and body kicks as Winchester, but he attempts more per fight. He’s been real solid in the clinch; he is strong and can wear out opponents with his Muay Thai. Where he hasn’t been good or really tested is on the mat. He has exceptional wrestling skills, but he’s spent his ground time either defending strikes or improving and getting back to his feet. I can’t wait to see how this one comes out, Winchester will stand and bang with Spider, but he will try to get this fight down for sure. Spider can catch Winchester at any second with a strike that has KO power behind it. I am so excited for this one, LET’S GO ALREADY! PREDICTION: Spider 4th round KO
Heavyweight Fight
Elbrys Gora (13-5, 1-4 NGF) v #14 Firco Nowack (16-7, 3-2 NGF)
Back to the struggling fighters, ugg, I feel really bad for Elbrys Gora, I don’t know why, but he is a really talented fighter and he looks very skilled, but his career is being derailed by an unfortunate problem, he gets cut easily and he gets cut badly. 4 of his 5 career losses have come by cut stoppages and 3 of his 4 in the NGF. He’s a take down and submission fighter, doing little of anything else. He will use a bit of ground and pound, but he doesn’t have much finishing talent there, but he is a excellent submission fighter, he has 12 of them in his career. The problem is his defense isn’t great and he will cut on just 1 jab that lands. Firco Nowack is hanging onto the bottom rung of the top 15 ladder, but he does have strikes and elbows that can do damage and cut up Gora as usual. Nowack is a decent stand up fighter, he also has very good kicks which he uses to take out legs and take the spring away from his opponents. He is also an exceptional Muay Thai fighter, he has knees that do damage and he averages 11.9 per fight and lands 64% of his knees to the body. He can be outstruck standing and he’s not very good on the mat, so this is going to be the battle, can Nowack fight off Gora’s take downs, Nowack has been pretty good at take down defense. I can’t pick Gora, I want to, but I think he can and will be cut again in this one and we could see the 6th cut stoppage of his career. PREDICTION: Nowack 3rd round TKO
Light Heavyweight Fight
Mads Rosenkilde (10-6-1, 1-2-1 NGF) v #10 Mario Matiss (11-7, 0-0 NGF)
Well this card may have been called, “Battle of the Struggling Fighters” or something like that. Mads Rosenkilde needs a win like he needs water at the moment. He is just 1-4-1 in his last 6 fights and he hasn’t looked all that good in any of them. He has been solid at kick boxing, but he has done a majority of his damage in the clinch. He has excellent elbows and is landing 71% of his Thai head punches. He is elusive for a light heavyweight, but he is terrible at submission defense and has shown nothing on the mat. Okay, well we have 1 struggling fighter and one guy in Mario Matiss who by no means is NOT struggling; he has won 4 in a row and 5-1 in his last 6. Matiss must have been some sort of soccer player in a past life or something, he has yet to attempt a stand up punch, and he’s all kicks averaging 18 per fight. Also in the clinch he again looks like a soccer player, he’s all knees; he averages over 22 knees per fight. At times he lands so few strikes that he just loses points because he’s out struck. He has good power when he does land, so he can end a fight at any moment. He has been beaten up on the ground with ground and pound, but he is a brown belt in bjj so he can lock up a submission if a mistake is made. This fight might see a lot of time in the clinch and it will be a battle of Rosenkilde’s elbows vs Matiss’s knees. PREDICTION: Rosenkilde 2nd round TKO
Heavyweight Fight
Jimmy Jones (8-6, 0-1 NGF) v #12 Gniewomir Polaniecki (10-7, 0-1 NGF)
Jimmy Jones is in MAJOR need of a win, he is just 1-4 in his last 5 and he’s been KO’ed twice and TKO’ed the other 2. He was completely destroyed in his NGF debut as he was TKO’ed just 42 seconds into the fight while he didn’t even attempt a strike. He’s a awful stand up fighter, he wants nothing to do with it, but he is a sensational wrestler with very good ground skills. He is landing an amazing 83% of his ground strikes and he has been successful on 33% of his submissions. Gniewomir Polaniecki is also struggling, he is also 1-4 in his last 5 and he also lost his last fight in 43 seconds. Polaniecki has very sharp punches, or whatever you want to call that, he can cut his opponents at any time. He has decent stand up skills, but he will attempt 4.6 take downs per fight and when he’s not landing them, he opens himself up for counter strikes, which has led to problems. He is no good in the clinch and his stand up defense could use some more work. He can fight very well on the mat, he has good ground and pound and that’s what you have to avoid from him the most. This is a good matchup between two good ground fighters; we’ll see who is the wrestler in this one. PREDICTION: Jones 2nd round TKO
PRELIM CARD
Light Heavyweight Fight
Jack Mcgillicutty (7-7, 2-2 NGF) v #15 Donald Duck (7-2, 2-1 NGF)
Jack Mcgillicutty is one of those head scratching fighters. He can look very skilled, but get TKO’ed. He can look quick and agile, but get destroyed standing and lose a decision. He has good power, but he can be very inaccurate and that has led him to be off balance and out of position, allowing opponents to catch him. His defense has been terrible, and that is a bad combination when he faces opponents with good KO power. Donald Duck looked very distraught at the presser yesterday, he explained he feels lost right now with a manager that has gone inactive. You hope this doesn’t have an effect on his fight, but it’s obvious his morale is very low. Duck is very aggressive and can overwhelm opponents at times with his striking, he’s averaging over 22 punches per fight while landing 69% of his head punches and 53% of his body punches. Both these guys are pure stand up guys, I like Duck, if he’s not too upset, to win this fight. Mcgillicutty has shown terrible defense and Duck lands a lot of strikes. PREDICTION: Duck decision win
Featherweight Fight
Josef Urrah (2-1 NGF) v Joko Diaz (18-8, 0-1 NGF)
This is a real interesting fight, Josef Urrah won his first 2 fights in the NGF, but a step up in competition brought a quick loss. Urrah will use strong punches to set up take downs; he is successful on 75% of his take downs so far. Urrah has been a beast on the ground, averaging 11 ground strikes and 2.7 submissions. Joko Diaz is 18-8 in his career, but after a debut loss at NGF 53, he is now 1-5 in his last 6 fights. Diaz is a pure ground fighter, he attempts 6.3 take downs per fight on average, he won’t have to attempt that many in this one. He has better bjj skills than Urrah, so that’s where I think he’ll have the edge. These two guys might just touch gloves and fall on the mat; they will spend little to no time standing. PREDICTION: Diaz 1st round submission
Heavyweight Fight
Gunthor Xiilianiatoph (6-9, 2-7 NGF) v Raul Zergopalitix (7-6, 3-5 NGF)
Here’s a fight between two guys who I think are on their way out of the organization. Neither guy looks like they are taking their careers too seriously at the moment. Gunthor Xiilianiatoph really shows no skill in any part of MMA. His training has stalled, he has stopped growing and he’s pretty much just here for a paycheck. Raul Zergopalitix is still training, but I don’t know if he can improve much more than his current skill. He has shown zero skill standing, in fact he hasn’t landed a single strike standing, that is horrible. He looks for take downs then he uses a very good ground and pound game to win his fights. This one has snooze fest written all over it, but Zergopalitix is the clear favorite. PREDICTION: Zergopalitix 1st round TKO
Welterweight Fight
Zbigniew Mlotek (9-7-1, 2-5-1 NGF) v #15 Charlie Luciano (1-0 NGF)
It’s hard to believe, but Zbigniew Mlotek was a champion in this division once, he has done virtually nothing since then. He’s lost a decision, been KO’ed, been submitted, he’s been just down right bad since he lost his belt. A problem with him is he just gets killed on the mat, he has no answer when he’s taken down. Charlie Luciano looked very impressive in his NGF debut fight against a very good fighter in Aulis Tyrmaaja. He looked very strong standing and his take down skills looked outstanding. He went to the mat and completely dominated, eventually getting a submission. This fight clearly favors Luciano and his ground style, Mlotek will have to try and land a big punch to have a chance. PREDICTION: Luciano 1st round submission
Light Heavyweight Fight
Vincent Coll (0-1 NGF) v Michael Galustyan (7-4, 0-3 NGF)
Vincent Coll will try to rebound after his debut loss in his last fight. Coll went to the Thai clinch very early and he landed just 2 out of 10 knee attempts, but one did major damage. He put up very little defense in that fight allowing 18 strikes to land and he was also taken down 3 times. He did do a good job on the mat and showed very good submission defense. Michael Galustyan has really hit a rough road in his MMA career. He entered the NGF 7-1 but has now lost 3 straight. Recently Vladimir Gromnitskiy has declined contract extensions for his fighters and declined all his fighters fight, I would assume he and all of this fighters will be leaving the NGF. Galustyan will go for takedowns over and over in this one and he will be able to ground and pound. We shall see if Coll trained his take down defense, if not, he’ll be in trouble in this one. PREDICTION: Galustyan 2nd round TKO
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Posted 05 July 2013 - 03:49 PM

NGF 58 | Miodek vs Odin ( 772496 )

MAIN CARD
Main Event
Featherweight Fight
#12 Davis Davies (9-4, 0-0 NGF) v #8 Jean Van Dam (15-5, 1-1 NGF)
After 2 straight title fights we have our main event between NGF rookie Davis Davies and Jean Van Dam. Davies is a very aggressive stand up fighter, he pushes the pace from the opening bell averaging 15.8 head punches per fight and the way he fights, constantly moving forward and staying active, wins rounds for him alone. He will out strike his opponents nearly every fight, not a high percentage of a strike lander, but his total number of strikes landed per fight usually gives him easy decision wins. Where he can get finishes is on the ground, he has good power in his ground and pound and he also can capitalize on mistakes to lock up submissions. He has not got any kicking to his fighting style nor anything but punches, but he can certainly get the job done. Jean Van Dam had his 4 fight winning streak snapped in his last fight when he was submitted by Koji Murosaki. Van Dam is a sensational wrestler with excellent submission skills. Van Dam is, um, less than good as a stand-up fighter and that’s being nice, it’s like he’s shadow boxing when he throws a punch standing, almost like he doesn’t want it to land because it might hurt his hand or something. He averages 4.9 take downs per fight and he’s successful on 47% of them. On the mat is where Van Dam is going to win and he dominates there. He is constantly moving, active and aggressive; he is averaging 8.3 position improvements and 12.4 ground strikes per fight. He can just as easily punch someone until they are a bloody mess as he can get them tapping out with some sort of armbar or triangle. The simple plan to fight Van Dam is this…don’t get taken down. Seriously, you can beat Van Dam standing or in the clinch, but you will not beat him on the mat, he is a serious monster there, but other parts of his game have holes. PREDICTION: Van Dam 2nd round TKO
Co-Main Event:
Super Heavyweight Title Fight
#1 Shavo Odin (10-5, 2-0 NGF) v C-Samson Miodek (9-3, 4-1 NGF)
Shavo Odin comes into this fight winner of his last 3 fights and he’s been extremely impressive in each one. Odin who gets the most drug tests in the organization, has very good power he can end a fight quickly or he can go 3 rounds. He is exceptional on his feet and also has exceptional wrestling skills. He has shown he can kick box fine, but he’ll attempt 1.9 take downs and is successful on 54% of them from standing. Where he is the most deadly is on the ground, he has massive ground and pound and he averages 5.2 ground strikes landed per fight and sometimes that’s 4.2 too many if you’re his opponent. He’s a strong man and he can control a fighter on the mat. Samson Miodek has won 4 straight and his most impressive was his last where he took the belt from Vyacheslav Romanov at SNF 7. Miodek has very good power, he can get TKO wins while on top of someone on the mat, but he also has shown he can hurt people with kicks and put them out with punches too. What he likes to do is take a fight in the clinch and dirty box, he is an excellent dirty boxer as he can really wear out his opponents there. He has very good take down skills, and once he’s on the mat the fight usually ends there. He is averaging 12.1 ground strikes and he is landing 68% of them. He can be submitted there as he tends to get a little careless. These guys do a ton of their damage on the ground, but Miodek can do damage in the clinch while Odin has slightly better kick boxing skills. This is going to be one great fight. PREDICTION: Miodek 3rd round TKO
Welterweight Title Fight
#1 Dominick Napolitano (7-3, 7-2 NGF) v C-Aurelius Schultes (15-5-1, 3-1 NGF)
I can’t wait for this fight; it looks so good and interesting in print and with 10 OTN awards between them, it’s sure to have fireworks. Dominick Napolitano has won 3 in a row and 6 of his last 7, and that 1 loss was to whom? Aurelius Schultes. In the first fight, Napolitano was destroyed on the ground, he could not keep from getting taken down and he could not get out from the bottom. Napolitano can often go fights without really looking that tired, he is a super conditioned fighter, but he does not have the killer instinct at times, he will get into a point battle and so far, they have gone his way winning 4 times out of 6. Napolitano plays a bit of the counter game, he is very good at it, he is excellent at the bob and weave and counter land. He is averaging 29.7 leg kicks a fight and he just destroys his opponents legs and by the 3rd round his opponents can hardly move. He fights well in all areas and he’s getting 60% of his stand up take downs and landing 53% of his ground strikes. Aurelius Schultes is 5-1 over his last 6 fights and he has 4 finishes in that span, including 2 straight TKO wins. He does a lot of his damage on the mat, he has very powerful and overwhelming ground striking, he averages 14.4 ground strikes per fight and is landing 54% of them. He isn’t a overly accurate fighter, but he has very good power and he looks to land big shots instead of quick jabs. He is fine with loading up for big shots because his defense has been so good, but he is averaging 4.8 head punches landed per fight to his opponents 8.8. To beat Schultes, Napolitano has to stay off his back, he has to try and land strikes more often and try to get Schultes hurt and playing defense instead of shooting for takedowns. This one is going to be great. PREDICTION: Napolitano decision win
Welterweight Fight
Yusuke Urameshi (10-6, 2-2 NGF) v #11 Daemon Mustacho (7-3, 5-3 NGF)
What we have here is one fighter on his way up and one fighter on his way down. Yusuke Urameshi has won 2 straight fights, but will get a major test against a former champion who will no doubt come into this fight extremely angry. Urameshi is an aggressive fighter; he is averaging 11 head punches and over 27 kicks standing, including 14.2 leg kicks. He lands a good percentage of his strikes also, 78% of his head punches, 63% of his head kicks, 85% of his leg kicks and 79% of his body kicks. He has shown fantastic striking defense also, holding his opponents to under 43% on all standing strikes. He is not a ground fighter, but he has shown very good ground striking defense. The problem with Urameshi is he has a bit of a bad chin; he can get rocked pretty easy when a punch does land. Daemon Mustacho is on a bad losing streak, he has been very disappointed over his last 3 fights and he needs to turn this around now. Mustacho is super fun to watch fight, he is aggressive, he is creative and he leaves it all out there in that octagon. He is one of the best conditioned fighters in the organization, he is built to go 5 rounds, so 3 rounds are a breeze. He is averaging 35.6 head punches standing per fight he is also averaging 13.8 body punches. He uses a nice mix of leg kicks and punches and he will also take a fight to the clinch where he’s landing 63% of his head punches. He has elite take down defense, successfully defending 92% of take downs. There are two problems that have come up with Mustacho, he does get cut a lot and his power isn’t that great, he has 3 decision wins and 3 decision loses. He has got to get back to looking to land a few more power strikes and take these fights out of the judges hands, because 1 or 2 of these decisions could have very easily gone his way. I like Mustacho to get back in the win column in this one. PREDICTION: Mustacho 2nd round TKO
Middleweight Fight
Jack Kessler (8-5, 0-2 NGF) v #10 Heath Marcum (7-3, 4-2 NGF)
Jack Kessler has already been in a lot of good battles that could have gone either way. He is talented and very skilled; it’s just a matter of time before he gets his first NGF win. Kessler is struggling, no doubts there, he is just 1-3 in his last 4, but he has the wrestling skills to dominate. He is landing 60% of his head punches standing, so he is dangerous at kick boxing range also and he has shown good striking defense and take down skills. Once on the ground he can be very dominating, averaging 15 ground strikes per fight and 1.8 submissions. His submission skills are lacking as he’s not submitted anyone yet, but he has good power from the mount. Heath Marcum is now on a 2 fight losing streak after starting 4-0 in the NGF. He is holding onto a top 10 ranking by a thread and that thread has a name, Jack Kessler. Like Kessler, he is a good ground fighter, he has sensational wrestling skills and he’ll stay standing only long enough to throw some weird punch or kick that doesn’t look like it would hurt a child, then he’ll shoot. He is averaging 6.3 take downs per fight and he’s successful on 1.6 per fight. On the ground he becomes a beast, averaging 20.9 ground strikes and 1.4 submission attempts. He is also good at controlling his opponent on the mat and not allowing them to improve. Now he can get a little over aggressive and that has opened him up to being submitted, but that’s only been 1 time. This will be a monster ground battle. What I can see happening is the better stand up fighter, Kessler could defend a few take downs, wear Marcum down and land more stand up strikes. PREDICTION: Kessler 2nd round TKO
PRELIM CARD
Light Heavyweight Fight
#15 Sioux Sie (8-4, 2-2 NGF) v Tommy Victorio (7-4, 0-1 NGF)
Sioux Sie is a interesting fighter, he’s hard to figure out, he can look so good one fight then just look lost in another. He is a decent stand up fighter, but that’s because of his excellent striking defense, he can be elusive and that allows him to shoot in for perfect double leg take downs. He is getting 52% of his take downs and when he gets a fight down, he’ll use his black belt bjj skills to lock up submissions. He has no ground and pound game, but he is getting 15% of his averaged 2.8 submission attempts per fight. Tommy Victorio is 0-3 in his last 4 fights and has 1 NC. What is in question now after 3 straight KO losses is his chin. Victorio will use a lot of leg kicking to try and slow down his opponents and when the time is right he’ll shoot in and get a take down. He’ll keep it standing longer than Sie will, but Victorio will take it to the ground; he just isn’t a great ground fighter. I think this fight will be won on the ground, someone is getting submitted, but it could go either way. PREDICTION: Sie 2nd round submission
Middleweight Fight
#13 Leroy Guns (8-5, 3-1 NGF) v Ed Nesi (2-3, 1-1 NGF)
Leroy Guns is 3-1 in his last 4 with 2 UD wins and 1 submission win. He uses good defense and a counter style to set up take downs, he isn’t great at getting take downs as he’s only successful on 20% of them. He is a very good ground fighter where he can control and ground strike very well. Ed Nesi is a stand up fighter, he is a polar opposite of Guns, he has elite Muay Thai skills and he’ll go to the clinch as soon as he can. He has to avoid the ground, because he just isn’t good there. He can dominate in the clinch, averaging 2.4 elbows, 12.8 knees to the head and 7.6 knees to the body per fight. We’ll see Guns trying to get this to the mat and Nesi trying to clinch, one note here, Guns is successful on 33% of his take down attempts from the clinch. PREDICTION: Guns decision win
Heavyweight Fight
Bob Probert (5-6 NGF) v Armand Battailen (8-4, 4-3 NGF)
Two guys fighting their last fight in NGF, at least that’s the thought. Bob Probert just looks like a big guy with heavy hands…that’s it. He doesn’t look like he’s learned or gotten any better since the 1st fight I saw him fight. He has no defense, he doesn’t land a high percentage of strikes and he’s terrible on the ground, this should be his last MMA fight. Armand Battailen is much better than Probert, he has much better defensive skills and he also can fight in the clinch. He has very good knees from the clinch and he’ll hurt Probert with them. This one is all Battailen, he just has to be careful of the 1 punch power from Probert. PREDICTION: Battailen decision win
Middleweight Fight
Andrzej Golotowski (1-4 NGF) v Joe Laynpray (10-9, 0-2 NGF)
This card gets started with to struggling fighters in Andrzej Golotowski and Joe Laynpray. Golotowski is a decent stand up fighter, but his problems are simple, he has no defense and is terrible defending take downs. He’s getting taken down at a 77% rate and he is allowing 79% of head punches to land. He is terrible on the ground also, so this combination equals 1-4 record. Joe Laynpray has now lost 3 straight fights and seems to be searching for a identity. He is a terrible stand up fighter, he has no kick boxing skills. He is averaging 9.6 take down attempts per fight and is successful on 33% of them. On the mat he is landing 65% of his averaged 23.1 ground strikes attempted per fight. He doesn’t have any defense to speak of and on the ground, as much as he throws; he also gets hit a lot and can be submitted pretty easily. PREDICTION: Laynpray 1st round TKO
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