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Posted 02 February 2013 - 06:23 PM
That speech was followed by about a 15 minute long chant of "LONG LIVE THE KING!", once the crowd subsided, the contest got under way. The first scheduled fight of the night was suppose to be a contest between Gawain Lot and Magnet Furtadores at 170lbs, but apparently Gawain went out and had too much Mead the night before and couldn't make weight. Maybe we'll see them two fight at a later date. So the actually first contest was two Heavyweights in Sergio Tyson and Charlie Scene, it was a pretty good fight Tyson took the fight down early and often and earned himself a TKO victory. Next was a a Lightweight contest with Lunchmeat Sandwich and Kay Ector, Sandwich wasted no time taking the fight down and had Ector locked in a Americana before his back even hit the ground. Daniel Cormier and Mikka Kinnunen did battle at Heavyweight next with Cormier showing his superior wrestling skills and ground n pounded his way to a TKO victory. Two Featherweights in Kevin Quinn and Tristan Blancheflor went the distance in the next contest with Tristan getting the nod after 20 minutes of battling.
The Main Card of the Event started off with the Bantamweights Jean Claude Van Damme and Henry Glover, Glover put his opponent on his back from the opening bell and kept him their before locking up a Submission to win a $1000 bonus. Next we had Heavyweights Charlie Clock and Percival Pellinore, Pellinore was able to get the fight to the ground and Ground n Pound his way to a Victory. Matt Kinghorn and AkoSii MangJose went to a $1000 bonus winning war for 20 minutes, with AkoSii getting the Decision. The Co Main Event featured Welterweights Brynjar Skjeggestad and Bentley Downer, and Brynar made it a grappling contest before locking up an Armbar. The Main Event saw David King and Uno Decaf at Lightweight, which ended in a bonus winning KO for King.
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Posted 10 February 2013 - 03:59 AM
Hello All, Merlin here bringing you coverage of another great day of Fights from King Arthur's Fallen Champions Festival! We started off the Festival Last week with some tough match ups, so lets see if this weeks contests can keep this great crowd and the King himself entertained.....
We started off with two of the Big Boys going at it, when Uliczny Fajter and Tor Pellinore faced off. Tor wasted no time taking this one into the clinch and absolutely brutaulized Fajter before finishing him off with a big knee. After that very exciting fight we saw Ed Dalsworth and Taran Widow take to the Ring, Ed wanted to work his clinch game early on, before Taran got the fight to the ground and showed off his superior grappling skills. The first round ended with Taran felt pretty confident with his game, then the fighters came out for the 2nd round and Ed found his groove with the clinch and wore Taran until he caught him with a big head kick to finish the fight. Next Willie Everride and Amr Pendragon battled it out at Bantamweight, this one stayed on the feet for most of the fight in a pretty loopsided fight with Amr getting the nod from the judges. Next up we had Lancelot Du Lac and Shelby Toe at Light Heavyweight, the fight started off with Du Lac getting the better of the stand up before Toe was able to clinch up and drag the fight to the ground where he showed his grappling prowess working some nasty ground and pound before getting a TKO stoppage.
With the Prelimanary Contests out of the way, Loholt Pendragon and Oring Smegma started off the Main slate in a Middleweight match up. These two grapplers wasted no time going to the ground, and both guys starting working for submissions. Loholt won the battle finally locking up an Armbar to finish off his opponent. Joe Reilly and Jon Jones were next up with Jon Jones scoring the Knock out of the night. Frank Mir and Master Sifu faced off next, and it didn't take Sifu very long before he clinched up and opened a nasty cut on Mir. Like a shark in the water Sifu smelled blood and worked his inside elbows until the Chiurgeon was forced to stop the contest. The Co Main Event was next with Heavyweights Nick Robinson and Jeremy Thompson squaring off, Nick put Jeremy on his back early and often before securing the Submission of the night. The Main event was a good welterweight battle between Ted Moscato and Kyrie Perry, Ted wanted to take the fight down but Kyrie had other plans and controlled most of the fight by striking at distance. The Judges awarded Kyrie the victory.
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Posted 16 February 2013 - 08:35 AM
265+ lbs - Tjemu Van Dijk vs Rod Flanders
In the main event of the evening the fiery prospect Tjemu Van Dijk put his impressive 7-1 record on the line against a sturdy grappler fresh to the MMA scene by the name of Rod Flanders. This contest did not last long at all as Van Dijk landed a hellish kick to the head right off the opening bell, knocking Flanders down and putting him in some serious peril. A dazed and confused Flanders was waved back to his feet and got tagged with a beautiful and fatal superman punch rendering him limp and putting a dramatic and swift end to the one sided bout. Amazingly all of this happened within the course of a few seconds and Van Dijk claims an impressive victory at an official 0:05 seconds of round 1 by KO (Superman Punch).
265lbs - Galahald Du Lac vs Jackie Chan
The co-main event witnessed another grappler vs striker bout in pure form as Jackie Chan looked to halt the rising 5-1 prospect Galahald Du Lac in his tracks. Both fighters each actually enjoyed a healthy amount of time in their chosen fields of battle. Chan ate an incredible amount of punches trying to impose a ground battle and actually ended up taking his foe down 2 times and dishing out some solid ground work. As Chan's gas tank faded, so did his output on the ground and the ref stepped in to reset the fighters on their feet late in the 2nd round. Du Lac really punished his foe with laser accurate punches in the latter portion of that round and did enough to claim a victory. Du Lac is victorious by way of Unanimous Decision after an exhausting 20 minute battle.
155lbs - Jim Jom vs Lunchmeat Sandwich
Lightweight gladiator Lunchmeat Sandwich really poured his soul into this fight and truly left it all in the ring trying to fight in his comfort zone. Jom incredibly defended a staggering and flawless 17 takedown attempts in about 4 minutes and was basically perfect in his counter assault. A gassed and demoralized Sandwich was basically a punching bag near the end of the bout and the referee really saved him some serious damage. Jom looked unbelievable in his grappling defense and his smooth and decisive boxing lead to a highly impressive finish via an overhand right. Jom wins via TKO (Strikes) at 4:38 of round 1.
135lbs - Bo Lawal vs Ikaika Paulo
The south african king Bo Lawal looked highly impressive in his organizational debut as he was able to take down and dominate a brown belt in Ikaika Paulo which is quite an accomplishment. Paulo must of been up all night drinking the day before because he didn't put up much resistance as Lawal pounded the living shit out of him with some crushing ground and pound. Lawal did all his work from the half guard in which he landed after a swift takedown. A crippling elbow strike sealed the deal at the 0:55 mark making Lawal the victor by way of TKO (Strikes).
145lbs - Malcolm Master vs Tristan Blancheflor
A very crafty grappling match was enjoyed by fight fans as Malcolm Master and Tristan Blancheflor rolled around on the canvas in a thrilling exchange of submissions and transitions. Master initiated the battle with a takedown into guard and then it was a rollercoaster ride to the end. Armbars, triangles, guillotines and leg locks were employed albeit mainly by Master. After defending a solid 18 submission attempts Blancheflor finally succumed as he was caught in a slick triangle that forced him to tap out. Master claimed victory right before the bell by way of Submission (Triangle) at the 9:58 minute mark of round 1.
185lbs - Lorenzo Von Matterhorn vs Mervin Uybanua Ruiz
Some heaty middleweight action ensued as relatively well rounded combatants Mervin Uybanua Ruiz and Lorenzo Von Matterhorn clashed in a pretty competitive fight. Ruiz who is only a blue belt showed no interest in going to the ground, stuffing several takedowns and landing some nice low kicks that had his foe breathing pretty hard. Matterhorn persisted with his ground assault and managed a takedown which proved fatal as he employed his superior jiu jitsu skills. Although it took him a few minutes, Matterhorn was able to lock up a shoulder and force a tap in the very first round. He is victorious by way of Submission (Kimura) at the 4:59 minute mark of round 1.
265lbs - Daniel Cormier vs Sergio Tyson
Some heavyset grapplers locked horns in battle as proficient love making master Sergio Tyson battled Daniel Cormier in a contest of skill. This was an interesting grappling collision as Cormier was able to defend his opponents takedowns and score his own at will in very impressive fashion. Tyson was squirmy on the ground and managed to attempt a couple of submissions but the powerful volume of strikes Cormier was hailing down proved to be too much to handle. Cormier wins via Unanimous Decision and perhapd Tyson should consider retiring and taking up a career in the pornographic industry.
205lbs - Diego Russell vs Payden McGee
Another one sided bout was written into the history books as Payden McGee absorbed a mean beating at the hands of iron chinned Diego Russell. The fight started with a slick takedown into side control from Russell which set the tone of the fight albeit randomly interrupted by the referee at one point.. Russell wasn't phased though and immediately took his foe back down and continued his punishing assault with ground strikes. Some collossal strikes forced McGee to wince and turn to his back, forcing a referee stoppage and giving Russell a sweet victory by way of TKO (Strikes) at the 3:48 mark of round 1.
155lbs - Zachariah Wampler vs Nate Tua
In probably the most evenly matched bout of the night, Nate Tua and Zachariah Wampler ensued in an absolute war which would probably get my vote for fight of the night. Tua's gameplan was to stand and bang and disengage from any sort of battle on the ground. Wampler employed a blitzkrieg ground assault which made for a really crazy fight. Stuffing a huge amount of takedowns and landing a sufficient amount of strikes was not enough to survive the assault of Wampler. Wampler threw over a hundred ground strikes and even had rocked Tua at one point which he recovered from rather nicely. The wrestling defenses of Tua were deficient and costly as Wampler picks up a Unanimous Decision victory through hard work and determination.
185lbs - Huard Slavokavich vs Chael Sonnen
Power punching boxer Huard Slavokavich put his skills on display as he scored a swift and decisive shutout stoppage over a battered Chael Sonnen. It was obvious that Sonnen was trying to pick his shots and land that clean counter strike but Slavokavich never let off the gas. Some clean and brutal punch combinations landed on the bread basket of Sonnen putting him on queer street and basically primed for the killshot. A leaping lead hook rendered his foe unconscious and Slavokavich scored a clean and brutal victory by way of KO (Punch) at the 0:24 second mark of the very first round.
Posted 21 February 2013 - 03:46 PM
Our first fight on the Main Card was Buddha Buddhasson and Steve Ninjaman, coming in to this one it was believed that Steve was the one packing the bricks in his gloves but Buddha proved that wrong, only taking 41 seconds to knock Ninjaman out cold winning the Knockout of the Night. Kalei Iziarry and Kevin Quinn, two top ranked 145ers went to war next. Kalei was all over his opponent from the opening bell, dragging him down and tapping him out! Next we had two more 145lbers in Lance Stevens and Caius Lehtonen, Stevens come out like a ball of fire and overwhelmed Caius, finishing him off just 31 seconds into the fight. The Co Main Event Featured 205lbers BJ Penn and Thiago DeJesus, Thiago for some reason took this fight down to the ground with the more skilled grappler being Penn. BJ stayed very active off his back always looking for subs and to advance position, Thiago did a very good job controlling but wasn't able to get any sort of offense going even when he mounted Penn. Penn was finally able to work his way back to full ground, and lock up a Guillitine and putting his opponent to sleep. And Finally the Main Event, David King and Robert E Conan met in the ring to the roar of the crowd. This was a really back and forth battle, each fighter was looking to clinch and batter the other, before Conan was able to land a takedown and work his way into mount, finishing King with strikes.
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Posted 02 March 2013 - 11:28 PM
Hello everybody Merlin here bringing you coverage from another great night of fights from the Fallen Champions Festival! We starting the night of with another great show, the jogglers and dancing bears were out in full stride! They got the crowd good and fired up for the first contest of the night.....
Bones Norris and How An were first up in the Heavyweight division. Norris came right out of the gate with a massive head kick that opened a cut up on How, who immediately took the fight to the ground wanting no part of the stand up. An worked his ground and pound, opening up a cut of his own before sercuring an armbar to finish off the contest.
The Middleweights Oring Smegma and Taran Widow met in the Fallen Champions ring, This was a back and forth grappling battle, with both men having some good moments. Widow finally got ahold of his opponents arm and was able to make him tap, not before these 2 locked up the fight of the night award!
Two BJJ specialist in Joe Reilly and Charlie Clock went to war. Joe had dominate position to start the fight off with, but Clock was able to get the advantage and make his opponent tap!
Traian Basescu and Severino Bernardo were both looking to get on the winning path in this Welterweight match up. It was a back and forth grappling contest until Severino was able to do enough damage with his ground and pound to finish off Traian late in the first round.
The Boss King came out looking for a takedown early in his match up with Mathew Beaver, but it was Beaver that was able to take him down and worked some wicked Ground and Pound. Finally finishing King off with strikes.
The KO artists Tarik Gibson and Gram Prodigy squared off next, this one lived up to the hype. Gibson not wanting to take a chance standing with Gram, took the fight into the clinch and wore his opponent out with strikes to the body and head. He finally dropped Gram with a big hook to the head, and jumped into mount to finish him off.
The undefeated grappling specialist Lyden Daniels and the Mauy Thai wrecking machine Bors Ban were up next. Ban wasted no time taking this one into the clinch and brutualized Daniels with big elbows and knees, opening up and nasty cut and finally finishing him off with strikes, winning the KO of the night award.
Undefeated welterweight ace Brynjar Skjeggestad and experienced brawler Mark Disamsam went to war next. Brynar drug his opponent down to the ground and overwhelmed Mark with sub attempt after sub attempt, finally able to lock up an arm bar submission win!
Top Heavyweight contenders Nick Robinson and Jon Jones were in our next match up. Robinson wanted nothing to do with Jones's stand up and was able to put him on his back. Nick proceeded to work his ground and pound, and finally caught Jones with an americana.
In our Main Event of the evening, we had two very experienced Featherweights in Michak Ropuia and Karlic Tiberous. Michak took this fight down and looked to work his ground game, looking to ground and pound and work for submissions. Karlic seen and brief window or Ropuia being lazy, and he grapped ahold of a gulliotine. He cranked on his opponents neck until Michak went to sleep!!
We had some really great fights on this card, and we can really see the divisions starting to shape up as we get further along. Make sure to ceck out the Fallen Champions main sponsor in Pirates Powder, for all of you meade and potion needs. Make sure to tune in next week for another review.
Posted 18 March 2013 - 07:04 AM
We started the night off with Danny Greene and Andre Jones, which Jones won by hard fought decision. Ikaika Paulo and Jean Claude Van Damme met at 135lbs, Van Damme claimed the KO of the Night award with an awesome finish to pick up his first win. Rod Flanders and Pit Bull went to war, Pit Bull won the first round handily and Rod took the second. Rod may have got the nod from the judges with the split decision, but both men took home the FIght of the Night award. Damien Koch took on Sheamus Belfort in the Heavyweight divisoin, with Koch securring up an armbar half way throught the second round. Kid Kong and Bentley Downer were up next, Kong took the fight down and pounded his way to a TKO victory.
The Main Card started off with the Journeymen Tom Cirus and Javier Esteban, Tom winning by ground n pounding his opponent out. Nebolath Nabochadnezzar and Jeremy Thompson, Nebolath wasted no time tapping Thompson. 135lbers Benson Henderson and Henry Glover were up next, Benson took Glover down early and often before taking his back and sinking in a nasty RNC. The Co Main Event featured Master Sifu and Shelby Toe, Sifu was working his stand up and clinch game nicely before Toe was able to land a double leg takedown. Toe used his superior grappling to overwhelm his opponent and finally locking up a submission. The Main Event was between Fallen Champions new comer Solofa Fatu and ex collegiate wrestling star Daniel Cormier, Cormier took Fatu down and started working his ground n pound. Daniel had a mental lapse and Fatu was able to isolate an arm and locked up an armbar victory!
Next up we will cover Fallen Champions VII.....
Super Heavyweights Mike Born and Ask Midgard opened the event, Born was able to keep Midgard on his back for the majority of the fight, and went for countless submissions. Despite Midgard being able to defend well, he wasn't ever able to get any offense going. The judges gave the decision to Born. It was reported that Mati Matt was in the tavern until 7 am the day of his fight with Guillermo Espada, he was unable to get any where even close to making weight, and the fight was cancelled. Lightweights Lunchmeat Sandwich and Nate Tua squared off, Tua was able to open a cut early with his superior striking, but once Sandwich was able to get the fight on the ground it was only a matter of time. Sandwich was able to throw on a triangle and armbar combo, forcing his opponent to tap. Kurt Cobain and Michael Kubiak were up next, Kubiak was able to clinch his way to a decision victory. Middleweights Mervin Uybanua Ruiz and Huard Slavokavich squared off, both guys came out swinging with Huard finally getting the better of it finishing his opponent with strikes and taking home the KO of the Night award.
The Main Card starting off with Bo Lawal and Willie Everride, Bo took Willie down and beat him up until the ref was forced to start the fight. Not only did Bo keep his winning streak alive but he also sured up a title fight. Abu Dhabi champ Loholt Pendragon and undefeated Lorenzo Van Matterhorn went to battle, to everyones surprise Van Matterhoen took Loholt down, were he was at a clear disadvantage. Loholt cut his opponent open before finishing him off with strikes. Heavyweights Galahad Du Lac and Lee Jackson met next, Galahad was looking to stay at distance and work his striking but Jackson was able to take him down and lock up a Kimura victory! The Co Main Event was between Ben Askren and Muahi Ohlagando, both men were looking to turn this one into a wrestling match, trading takedowns, but it was Askren that was able to lock up the victory and both men won the Fight of the Night award. The Main Event was between Super Heavyweight ace Tjemu Van Dijk and undefeated Mauy Thai Master Tor Pellinore, these two went to war both men wasted no time throwing big kicks and punches! Tor was able to land a big head kick that dropped Tjemu, he decided to let him but up and then dropped him again with a nasty right hook. He followed him to the ground this time and softened Van Dijk up with strikes before locking up a Kimura and winning the Sub of the Night award. Great Fight!
And Last but not least we had our first ever Lost Legends event, our Fallen Champions events are becoming so popular that King Arthur had to have a new arena built to hold all of the fans.
Semore Butkiss made his Fallen Champions debute against the returning journeymen Tom Cirus, Tom did what he does and took Semore down and beat him up, winning a TKO victory! In the next fight How An came out like a mad man and just overwhelmed opponent Charlie Clock, stopping him just 5 seconds into the fight. William Wallace and Mirko Silva came out swinging in this battle, Silva was able to drop Wallace twice, before finishing him off from side control. Rambo Gracie showed his grappling class in the next contest submitting his opponent Leo Rodrigues with a Guillotine Choke. 145lbers Caius Lehtonen and Matinho Krol met next, Lehtonen was able to put Krol on his back early and worked him over before locking up a RNC.
The Main Card started off with the Fight of the Night between Gundam Wee and HoHo HoHo, HoHo came out dominated Wee, taking him down at will and working his superior grappling. But Wee wasn't going to just roll over and let his opponent win and was able to snatch an armbar late in the second round, GREAT COMEBACK!! The two wrestlers Lyden Daniels and Mathew Beaver met next, Beaver was able to put Daniels on his back and showed off his nasty GnP, finally knocking Daniels out cold and securring the KO of the Night award! Calib McDonald and Trent Stevens were up next, Calib showed his superior grappling skills working the clinch and then finally taking Stevens down and win the fight by Kneebar and the Sub of the Night award. The Co Main Event was between Robert E Conan and Damien Lok, Lok took the fight down but Conan was able to land a sweep and finish his opponent off with strikes. The Main Event was a grappling showcase between Karlic Tiberous and Kalei Iziarry, Iziarry was the first one to land a takedown, but Tiberous showed that he had a very slick sub game off his back when he almost immediately caught his opponent in a triangle finishing the fight just 24 seconds in!
There you have it, those were 3 great events! I would like to thanks Fallen Champions main sponsor Pirates Powder, make sure to visit Sid for all of your potion and meade needs! Check back in next week when I bring you another great event!
Posted 30 March 2013 - 01:25 PM
We started the night off with the Fight of the Night between 145lbers Spider Silva and Cristain Rodriguez, and this one was a scrap! Both fighters had their moments in this one, but Silva got the nod from the judges. Heavyweights Mikka Kinnunen and Steve Ninjaman were up next, Mikka dropped Ninjaman with a thunderous head kick early and was able to finally finish him off with punches and earned himself a nice award bonus for KO of the night! Dev Vasilios and Ivan Korben went to war, Korben looked to take the fight to the ground early, but it was Dev who showed his grappling skill and was able to lock up a sub of the night. Light Heavyweights Thiago DeJesus and Blagoi Ivanov were next, Ivanov just had his way with his opponent in this one, working the clinch to start with before taking it to the mat and pounding DeJesus out! Severino Bernardo vs Jose Dimagiba was on tap next, Severino took his opponent down and worked his ground n pound to a TKO victory.
Our Main Card started off with a Heavyweight match up between Chris Staehlin and Bones Norris and this contest was an absolute blood bath before it was stopped due to a cut on Norris. Next was a Heavyweight match up between Buddha Buddahasson and Charlie Scene, Buddha just picked Scene apart before finishing him at under a minute into the fight. Middleweights Quinton Jackson and Taran Widow met next, and it was a dirty brawl between these two with Jackson getting the nod from the judges. The Co Main Event was a Light Heavyweight contender fight pitting BJ Penn and Johnny Hayl, Hayl took the fight down almost immediately but was caught in an armbar submitting at just 28 seconds into the fight. The Main Event was between Heavyweights Solofa Fatu and Nick Robinson, this fight went pretty much everywhere with Robinson seeming to be the aggressor looking to clinch up and take his opponent down. Fatu was just waiting for his moment to explode, and he did that the second time Robinson put him on his back locking up an arm for an armbar!
It was a great night of fights, and here is another review of Lost Legends II....
Gram Prodigy and Oring Smegma started the night of with a good battle, both guys were looking to show their grappling skills but Gram was just alil better getting the decision win. Suleman Pokong and Magnet Futadores were up next, Magnet just had his way with Pokong before tapping him out with a Kimura. Bantamweights Ikaiko Paulo and Danny Greene went to war with Greene locking up a sub early. Next we had the Fight of the Night with Henry Glover and Andre Jones squaring off, it went back and forth for the whole 20 minutes but the judges thought that Jones did enough to get the win. Mike Alvarez and Matt Kinghorn were next, Alvarez said before the fight that he was going to knock Kinghorn out, well....he put Kinghorn on his back and looked for submission after submission, and finally locked up an armbar victory.
The Main Card was lead off with a Lightweight match up between James Madness and Jim Jom, Jom looked to work his striking early on, but Madness was able to land the takedown early and often. He was finally able to work his way to mount, but got reversed with going for an armbar. Jim should have took that as his opportunity to get the fight back standing but he waiting too long and gave up a triangle late in the first round. Master Sifu and Gegardio Musasio went to war next, Sifu started working his clinch game early looking to open up a cut with some nasty elbows. Musasio after several attempts was able to pull guard and immediately locked up a bonus winning submission. Welterweights Kid Kong and Alan Belcher were up next, the first round saw a lot of grappling with both fighters sweeping each other and trading positions, The second round was all Kong who quickly worked his way to full mount and starting dropping nasty punches before the ref stepped in and stopped the fight. The Co Main Event pitted Super Heavyweight Kingpin Tjemu Van Dijk and Matthew Beaver, Van Dijk took no time showing off his improved boxing just picking Beaver apart before landing a massive Head Kick that won him the KO of the Night Award! The Main Event was a number 1 contender fight between Ben Askren and Shelby Toe at 205lbs, Toe showed that he wants that first title shot, taking his opponent down and ground n pounding him to victory!
Well there you have it folks two more great Fallen Champions Events! Tune in next week when I cover some more great fights!
Posted 08 April 2013 - 04:50 AM
PS Fuck all the haters, this org has potential for some hilarious smack talk, I'm all over this shit lol
CHECK THE BLOODY OP, SON!
Posted 08 April 2013 - 09:22 PM
Posted 29 April 2013 - 07:19 AM
Posted 29 April 2013 - 07:37 AM
Galahad, you do make me laugh. I eased past you the first time and since then I have only improved. My boxing is hugely underrated as well so I fear not your only skill. I shall be the rightful champion and host a feast that shall be fit for only kings and whores. You, Galahad will not be attending that unless you would like to serve me wine and turkey all night. Besides, the only reason you are gettin a title shot against yours truly is because that fat young choir boy Solofa Fatu has been ducking me for too long. Every time I walk past him I can small the shit in his pants! It is clear that everyone in this division is terrified of the almighty Lee Jackson, apart from you, however foolish that is of you it is also some what admirable. I respect you for willingly fighting me and signing a death wish!
CHECK THE BLOODY OP, SON!
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