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#1 JDV916


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Posted 03 September 2017 - 08:14 PM


Talk all the shit to each other that you want but there's a few quick rules that if broken will result in your fighter (s) being released from their contracts.

Limit foul language

If your fighter is trying to challenge someone he has lost to by sub or ko he has zero room to talk shit to the guy he lost to.

If you've lost your fight you will not be granted an immidiate rematch unless it was a split decision victory

If you request a title fight don't throw a fit if your not booked for one in the next fight.

More to come....
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#2 JDV916


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Posted 15 September 2017 - 07:13 AM

Hello this is your owner and main operator of Elite Pride Glory and Honor, Where fighters go to prove there Elite, Fight with Pride, To gain Glory or lose with Honor. I will be doing a preview of our first EPGH Card which will be a fantastic show. I do have some announcements to make first.

THE EPGH TITLE BELT HAS BEEN REVEALED! Look on the orgs home page and see the title for yourself.

I would love to announce that EPGH now has an official Bookmaker. Ran by Chris Esken Monkey Business Betting is brand new in the Tycoon world much like EPGH, Chris is offering odds on all the fights on the EPGH 1 card as well as in real life events such as UFC Fight Night 116 so put some money down, No risk no reward!

But I would like to warn you purposefully throwing a fight will result in you getting booted from your contract (s) early.

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I would love to announce that EPGH now has a brand new sponser Mockstar Energy Drinks coming out with their first stamina reducing 160 quality product the same day as EPGH 1. In celebration of both events Mockstar was ever so generous in putting up a 5k Fight of the Night Bonus of which I will match to make the bonus 10k. KO/Sub of the night will gain you an even 2k each. Goodluck to all fighters competing at EPGH 1!

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Also on that note we will be offering the top fighters in the EPGH banner sponsorships which will include a signing bonus and 20% off all in store products oh and did I mention that our fightware gets you laid? Well imagine what will happen if we sponsor you. That's right swimming in women (or men we are not homophobic).


TJ Goodard vs Francisco Junior
TJ has won his only fight by tko in the third round to avoid the decision while his opponent Francisco Junior has yet to compete in MMA. Not really much to say but both are supposedly adept at the ground game, and the first fight of the night may very well give us our first victory by submission.

New Beggining vs Baron Von Duesche
Neither fighter has competed in MMA before but it will be interesting watching 2 18 year olds with zero previous experience mixing it up. Goodluck to both competitors!

G.I. Jane vs Junsuke Okazuki
Another fight where neither competitor has any experience in a sanctioned MMA fight. With very little to none to talk about regarding this fight I would like to thank the managers of these 2 for being the first confirmed fight in EPGH history!

Jansen Harumafuji vs Lyfe Wrecker
Harumafuji is coming off his first victory while Wrecker is coming off a terrible first defeat to an underdeveloped 18 year old. Will Harumafuji get 2 in a row or will Wrecker pull his head out of his but and win one for the gipper? Wreckers stand up is quite good while Harumafuji has the ground advantage so this should be an interesting fight.

Our first show has 4 fights with future championship implications these fights are.

Bjorg Hrjinski vs Miguel Sanchez
Sanchez is on a 4 fight winning streak a fifth win will earn him a shot at the Middleweight Title in his next fight. He's going against Hrjinski, this will be his MMA debut. He isn't fighting for a future title fight but fighting to make a name for himself, the odds are against him but who knows maybe he just might pull off the major upset.

Nate Diaz vs Dirty Thrower
Nate is coming off his first win and is looking to capitalize on an offer I made to the first group of fighters I signed that the winner of a qfc fight and winning a fight at qfc 1 would grant them a future title shot (first show was hard to book needed to give people a reason to fight) Nate is the bigger fighter of the two but Thrower is coming off a loss and is looking to avenge that with a huge first victory under the EPGH banner.

Makonouchi Ippo vs Leonardo Laiola
Ippo is 2-0 and gaining some traction in the p4p rankings a win for him here will put him in serious consideration for a title Fight with newly aquired DSF Lightweight Champion Matthew Theil to determine the first EPGH Lightweight Champion. Ippo however will not be overshadowed by his opponent Laiola has better boxing and BJJ than Ippo according to his trainers so maybe he can take this one away from Ippo.

Frank Curtis vs Rafael Van Der Moot
Our Main Event is a spectacular one Curtis is close to eclipsing the top 3000 in the p4p rankings and is undefeated with 4 straight victories. Needless to say a win will grant him a shot at the Light Heavyweight Strap in his next fight. But before he gets too comfortable Rafael Van Der Moot may very well be his toughest test to date as the Dutch import has much better muay Thai than his opponent and has 3 victories and 1 defeat. This fight is truly worthy of EPGH's first Main Event.

Goodluck to all competitors and to place bets on all the fights above and more use the link below




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Posted 24 September 2017 - 06:50 AM

"Venemous “Mechete” Unbreakable vs Girkul Noseflame

This in my opinion is a very underrated fight and could end up with a ko of the night bonus. Both fighters have won by knockout in their only 2 fights and will be looking to jump into the middleweight championship discussion."


No more discussion, dusted him off in 39 seconds and spinning fashion! (KO (Spinning Backfist))


Give grirkul his belt!

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Posted 30 September 2017 - 07:09 PM

*Updated Version of Weekly News and Review*


1. No longer doing a review until further notice in the future may be willing to pay 25k per review but at the moment I'll just fit everything into a weekly newsletter so I won't be filling your inboxes with stuff that doesn't pertain to your fighters individually.

2. I would like to apologize to all the managers of fighters who have signed to fight on the first 2 original October cards and since signing onto those fights we have added 3 events which could have gotten your fighters in the ring sooner. I am sorry once both fighters agreed to the fight I couldn't do anything to reschedule the fight to make it take place on an earlier card.

3. Ultimate Fighting Fridays will be held in a cage opposed to the ring like in our Saturday Night Pride Fights I am doing this as a homage to both of the major irl organizations that inspire EPGH. UFF will occur twice a month, SNPF will occur weekly, and a monthly EPGH Supershow.

4. Monthly Supershows will always be headlined by a title fight and the champion of said title fight will get to chose the location of the entire event.

5. Nothing new on the tournament front, still in the beginning stages and need to solidify the org before proceeding with a tournament atm. Stay tuned as a couple more suggestions have been added and will be brought up again hopefully in the next couple weeks.

6. Official EPGH Forum. I am currently working on a Forum for the Org that will serve as the orgs information hq. Records, monthly rankings and so much more will be included and will accurately detail the orgs history. Possibly have it up and running and fully functional asap.

7. Closing of the Super Heavyweight Division. I am going to discontinue the 265+ division. Not enough new fighters are being created in order to keep this division working properly. No one wants to fight the same 3-4 people repeatedly.

8. New Openweight Kickboxing Division. In accordance to dropping the Super Heavyweight Division EPGH will be adopting a new Kickboxing division that will be open to fighters of all sizes and will facilitate our bi-weekly kickboxing events in the future. It will be kicked off by a tournament to decide who will become the first Glory King with an undisclosed prize reward that will be revealed prior to the first event. PM Jay Veers for more details


Overview of SNPF 1


Show was fantastic overall as far as the org goes it did accomplish 1 goal while making big progress in the other. Getting a 77 event rating was a big boost in hype but it certainly wasn't enough as we still didn't make a profit. But progress is progress.


As for the fights every one of them delivered in one way or another. Saw some quick finishes by way of KO 2 of them finished within a minute by a spinning backfist. Steve Johnson was victories within 24 seconds by Spinning Backfist to not only claim the record for fastest knockout but the record for fastest finish congrats to him and better luck to his opponent in his next go around. But the big winners of the night were Makonuchi Ippo and Isaac Sparks both of whom impressed hugely and have injected a huge amount of excitement into the lightweight division. Sparks came away with both fotn and sub of the night awards with the upset victory over the former DSOF lightweight champion Matthew Theil winning with a kimura in less than a minute and a half. Ippo on the other hand dismantled James Lancaster and earned the tko victory in the first round. This makes Ippo the first fighter to win by both tko and submission. Though these two men came out the big winners of the evening doesn't mean the rest of the winners didn't go unnoticed. Bobby Cheif won his 5th in a row to insert himself in the Heavyweight Title Picture, while Girkul Noseflame and Muffin Wonder asserted themselves in their own divisions. The same could be said for Mikael Joshua, Ricky Stephenson, Jerry West, and Jasper Van Den Berg. Congratulations to all of them!


Saturday Night Pride Fights 2 Preview

As for an event overview this card isn't nearly as stacked with clear cut contenders for a title opportunity like the last card but each one of these guys will be looking to make a major impression. There's a great mix of experience and inexperience on this card with a couple career journeymen to this point in their career looking to cement their spot in their divisions pecking order. Every fight has a story and each one will be a good one!

James "Magnificent" Maverick vs Gavin "The Destroyer" Mcinnes

This fight is another great example of our ultra competitive Heavyweight division. Both of these guys are contenders for a future title shot. Winning this fight for both men would be a major step in either one's career.

Demetrius Jones vs Gunnar Bjorkson

This fight is on the complete opposite end of the weight class spectrum, this Bantamweight showcase involves two fighters with only one win between them. But with that inexperience comes a crazy amount of popularity from Demetrius Jones who without stepping a foot in the ring has garnered a serious amount of hype. Gunnar on the other hand looks to show Demetrius's popularity amongst his peers means nothin in the ring.

White "Venum" Snake vs Alfredo "Dominant" DeAngelis

This is shaping up to be a grwat battle of stand up vs ground game in which both men will look to make a big impression on the EPGH crowd. Who will come out on top? A KO for DeAngelis or will the Venum strike with a submission from Snake?

Ryan "Leg Breaker" Shawcross vs Coach Eddie Boxing

Another fight pitting solid standup vs a solid ground game. If coach can stuff the takedown this fight is surely his but if Shawcross can get Coach to the ground his nickname doesn't leave much to the imagination.

Bjorg Hrjinski vs Francisco "Orelhinha" Junior

In this next matchup we have a big loser from EPGH in Hrjinski facing a big winner in Junior who finished his opponent by way of submission within his first EPGH contest. Can Hrjinski win and get a win in the books? Or will Junior decimate Hrjinski like his last victim?

"Da Norwegian Nighthawk" Norris Norton vs Timur "Big Trouble" Soloedko

Da Norwegian Nighthawk may have found himself in big trouble for this matchup as Quadruple N as I like to call him is riding a 4 fight losing streak coming into this contest vs Big Trouble who is riding a 2 fight win streak.

Ethan "Assassin" Adams vs Ginekes Poutanes

A matchup between 2 fighters looking to gain a winning record. Both are stuck at 500 and looking to make an immidiate within EPGH.

Leonardo "Caveira" Laiola vs Noah "Son of God" Hensley

Laiola looks to embarass the man they call Hands of God and make him eat that nickname. While Noah Hensley looks to prove to the Hawaiian audience why they call him the Hands of God.

Benjo "Tank" Clifton vs TJ "The Titan" Goodard

In the opening bout of the evening we will witness a fight between two fighters whom I believe have a lot of potential to make waves within the middleweight division. Though Goodard lost his first EPGH matchup I am confident in his ability to bounce back and get back into the win column. While Clifton is riding a 2 fight win streak to start his career heading into his EPGH debut.



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#5 JDV916


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Posted 01 October 2017 - 01:53 AM

EPGH will be doing a 320k+ id restricted Kickboxing Tournament to launch our Openweight Kickboxing Division. Winner of the tournament will become the first Glory King. Glory King will essentially be the title belt of said division.

Length of tournament will be determined based on how many people join would prefer a 32 man KT Tournament but 16 is probably what will be done based on demand.

Contracts for the first round will include zero bonus and will be for only 1 fight. Base salary and bonus will both be 500$. Winners of round 1 will be offered a second contract.

Round 2 Contract. Will again include zero bonus but the base and bonus pay will be raised to 1k each. Winners of round 2 will then be offered a Semi-Final Deal.

Semi-Final Contract. Fighters who enter the semi-finals will be offered a 2 fight contract, and a 1k bonus along with 1500$ base and bonus pay. Winners of the semi-finals will face each other for the Glory Crown and undisclosed cash prize (at the moment)

The plan is to start at the beggining of November and have the first Glory Crown decided by the end of January. 2 rounds a month giving fighters time to recover and a bit of time to train and improve.

Fighters are welcome to crossover from mma within EPGH and are welcome from other organizations if they get the blessing from their org owner.

PM Jay Veers for more information regarding rules
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#6 AlexHY21


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Posted 03 October 2017 - 12:37 PM

Benjo Clifton is going down, I'm going to choke the tears out of him.

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Posted 06 October 2017 - 08:07 PM

EPGH Weekly News and Review In Full


Goodbye Super Heavyweight Division

EPGH will be discontinuing the ultra thin Superheavyweight Division. In doing so we will be crowning a first and last Super Heavyweight Champion. The fight will take place at EPGH 2 and will be between Norris Norton and Muffin Wonder. Goodluck!

Hello Openweight Kickboxing Division

In letting go of the Super Heavyweight Division we will be making room for the brand new EPGH Openweight Kickboxing Division. Fighters of any size will fight each other void of weight classes in stand up fights. All fighters are welcome to join this division and any EPGH contracted fighter is still encouraged to join especially if things having been going to well in his MMA career. To kick off this new Division we are holding the first Glory King Grand Prix.

EPGH Glory King Grand Prix Information and how to enter


EPGH Website/Forum

I am currently looking for VOLUNTEERS to help me run and get a few things done for the forum I have created for the site. Though I am not ready to unveil it I could use some people who are familiar with running forums and have slight knowledge of html coding. The forum soon will have the following features.

1. Monthly EPGH specific Rankings by Weight Classes

2. Record Book, Hall of Fame (managers/fighters)

3. Easy to find results from past cards

4. Poster archive (Bigger & Better graphics of posters, belts, and trophies)

5. Editorial Pieces based on EPGH fighters and the org itself (will pay in the future)

6. Voting Booth

7. Rule Book

8. Tips and Tricks for new managers

9. EPGH News

10. Smack Talk Section

11. Meet n Greet

12. Tournament results/Information/Brackets

13. League Standings/Information/Team Locker Rooms (Team Specific Forum)/History

14. All things Kickboxing

15. How EPGH Alums have been doing outside of the Org

And much much more!

EPGH Team Oriented League

I have gotten a pretty good amount of people liking the League idea so I have came to conclusion that EPGH will be adding a Team Oriented League. As of right now there are zero plans on when League play will begin or for how long it will commence. As of Right now I will be looking for Owners/Sponsors of Teams and would effectively act as the teams GM as well.

1. Owners must own either a clothing/Nutrition/Public Gym (No Private Gyms the idea is to help promote your products/gym through competition with each other, to help make money for everyone involved.)

2. Owners Must Also have every Fighter on their roster sponsored by your company

3. Owners must come up with a team name (optional logo for the EPGH Forum)

4. Owners are only allowed to have 1 fighter per a weight class on their roster at any given time

5. Owners will be able to switch Fighters out but the frequency to do so will be limited based on how long the season will be.

6. Points will be given for wins, title wins, defences, tournament wins, super fights. Fights vs other teams fighters will have extra points.

7. Rewards will be given to each fighter that participated in a fight for the winning team as well as the owner of the team.

The issues looming are That we need owners, possibly chipping in from each owner to create a large pot winner takes all kind of thing. Once we have a group of at least 6 owners we as a group can discuss terms, rewards, etc….. but not in a rush.

Losing 2 out of 3

For warning if you lose 2 out of 3 fights on your first contract I will probably ask you if you'd like to try out your fighter in our Openweight Kickboxing Division. Not an issue if you reject the offer just an fyi and losing 2 out of 3 doesn't exactly hamper your chances at getting an offer to resign with us. Just don't lose all 3!


Ultimate Fighting Fridays 1 Preview By Smash Mathers

This Friday, Elite Pride Glory and Honor presents 10 cage fights featuring some of the top talent this organization has to offer.

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185 lbs Salazar vs. Sanchez

Making his debut here in EPGH, Ramon 'Sicario' Salazar hails from Mexico City, and shows up with one win under his belt. Word is he has good hands but the question is can he keep the fight standing against Miguel 'Rocket To The Top' Sanchez who's looking to grab his second EPGH victory. He showed excellent takedowns and a relentless top game in his first bout. He will definitely be looking to get this fight down to the ground, but this is mma and anything can happen.

170 lbs Souza vs. Taylor

For the second fight of the evening we have another debut fighter, with a record of 2-0 the Brazilian Tulio 'Espartano' Souza. He will arrive to show off his skill set against another fighter making his debut Marshall 'Black Hammer' Taylor who has a win to his name. Seems to me like the submission fighter vs. the well balanced fighter and it will be interesting to see if Souza can get this one to the ground where he has the distinct advantage.

145 lbs Diaz vs. Okazuki

Next up we have Nate 'Ninja' Diaz returning for his second EPGH bout as he looks to prove himself after losing a unanimous decision to Dirty Thrower in his debut. His opponent, hailing from Japan, Junsuke 'Baby Dragon' Okazuki also lost a unanimous decision in his debut against GI Jane. Both of these guys kind of had lackluster performances so they should show up hungry and determined to redeem themselves.

135 lbs Duesche vs. Morya

Baron 'Mr. Bag' Von Duesche is back looking for his second win, after his impressive armbar victory over New Beginning, getting the tap in the last second of the first round. This time he faces a newcomer, his opponent Alberto Morya, and it seems to me like we have an exciting ground fight here.

155 lbs Sommer vs Sparks

Next up, making his debut, all the way from Fiji we have Blayze 'Fire Starter' Sommer. He has a win under his belt, and looking to show off his talents against Isaac Sparks who, in his debut, pulled off an upset victory over Matthew Thiel with a sneaky kimura within the first minute and a half of the fight. Will Sommer pick up his first EPGH victory or will we see another highlight reel submission?

265 lbs Sevilla vs. Page

Eddie 'Huero' Sevilla had a rough go in his EPGH debut, suffering a tko loss to Mikael Joshua in the first minute of the bout. He's back to redeem himself against newcomer Brad Page. Hopefully he's been training his clinch game, as he'll be trying to pick up his first win.

170 lbs Munoz vs Harumafuji

A well rounded fighter, Mike Munoz is making his debut against Jansen Harumafuji who is returning after his unanimous decision loss to Lyfe Wrecker. He showed some good wrestling and he worked but he didn't get the nod in the end. He's back to try and prove himself and pick up his first EPGH victory.

155 lbs Lancaster vs. Thiel

Next up we have two returning fighters looking to bounce back from losses, first up James Lancaster hopefully recovered from his devastating tko to Makonouchi Ippo inside the first minute and a half of the fight as he looks to take on Matthew Thiel, previous DSOF champion. Thiel suffering a submission loss in his last bout. Both of these men have been working hard in the gym without a doubt, and look to prove themselves.

170 lbs Lancaster vs. Schwartz

Next up a bout between 2 debut fighters, 2-0 Nick Lancaster will be taking on 2-0 Pavel Schwartz. Both of these men will look to assert themselves as contenders with a victory. Nothing says welcome to EPGH like a punch to the face.

185 lbs Khan vs Noseflame

Last but not least we have the newcomer Ameri Khan in his debut, he'll be facing very game opponent Grirkul Noseflame who, in his debut, KO'd Venomous Unbreakable in the first minute of the fight with an impressive spinning backfist. This will be a tough challenge for Khan, as Noseflame looks to solidify himself with another EPGH victory.

Well that's it from me folks! Good luck to all the fighters, see you at the fights!


SNPF 2 Quick Review

James Maverick won in convincing fashion to make himself certainly one to beat.

Francisco Junior wins his second straight EPGH fight by submission with a third round win of Bjorg Hrjinski adding to his resume for a title shot.

Fighters who made their debut in a EPGH ring and certainly raised their profile include.

Gunnar Bjorkson, Coach Eddie Boxing, and Norris Norton who earned the opportunity to become the first and last Super Heavyweight Champ.

FOTN/KOTN winner Ginekes Poutanes came away huge in his debut fight and made a huge impact on the Light Heavyweight title picture. Along with the strong performance from his opponent Ethan Adams these two look to make a big impact on this division as a whole.

White Snake definitely infected his fight with venom coming up with a huge submission victory locking in a kimura mid way through the first round with a kimura to lock up the SUBOTN award hopefully he continues having performances like this and inserts himself into contention for a title opportunity.

Congratulations to both TJ Goodard and Leonardo Laiola for coming up with victories to avoid being the first 0-2 fighters in EPGH history a distinction that solely in the hands of Bjorg Hrjinski.

Show Overview

As a whole the show was a bit disappointing but nothing that can't be fixed because there were a few really big positives that I think outweigh the negatives. We turned a mutha fuckin profit! Huge positive considering we were in a smaller venue and another big one is we had 6 fighters get below 5k in p4p rankings which will help our event rating and attendance figures in the future. Though we did have a no contest and a lot of fighters were hurt due to auto flights (easy fix go to maps, then schedule flights, then cancel your fighters flight.) The show was more positive then bad. Just keep this in mind winning is cool, but I need your help to make sure your fighters are fit and ready for each fight. I need you more than you need me, but in order for EPGH to improve and grow we need to work together to help each other grow. Better fights = more money/more hype = Fighters get paid more. I will do anything I can to make the EPGH experience better than any other org in Tycoon world, so ask questions, if your new we have a mentor on staff in Lucky Lefty I recommend gaining mentorship with either him or one of the many other mentors who are 100% willing to help improve your game. Improving Morale is easy go to one of our clothing sponsors (Helsinki Extreme Fightware/Fanatic Inc.) Buy some clothes and switch em out every few days till his morale is back to 100. Energy just don't train it's that simple. Aside from that everyone does a great job you guys do you and let me know if you have any problems.


SNPF 3 Preview

This weeks Saturday Night Pride Fights includes a qfc rematch between 2 solid bantamweights with big implications going forward and a whole heap of great talent with the potential to blow the roof off the building. I would again like to apologize to all of the managers competing in this event you guys were among the first fighters booked within this organization but we've had 3 events already I would have moved this event up a few weeks but I wasn't able to due to how the games booking process works. Goodluck to all of the following fighters!


Main Event

Austin “Smackdown” Bostin vs Pocong Kranang

A rematch of a qfc match from a month ago these two had a hell of a war in there first match up. Bostin came out the loser but by the end of the fight Kranang realized the fight could have gone either way and offered a rematch to Boston who suffered his only loss in the bout. This fight is a huge pillar in the Bantamweight title picture and one of these two will make huge progress towards a title shot.

Co-Main Event

Aaron “Tidal Waves” Atlantis vs Bobby “Punkrock” Pickledoo

This heavyweight matchup features 2 undefeated fighters one with 2 wins another with three wins all by ko/tko again right now everybody who wins increases their chances at gaining a title shot ten fold so good luck to both of these guys. But seriously I want an old ozzy man reviews classic. “NAH FUCK YOU NAH FUCK YOU NAH FUCK OFF”.

Christian “Money” Shaw vs Reese “Big Toe” Worthington

One of the last Super Heavyweight Division bouts these two fighters will duke it out in another preverbial slugfest with the winner leaving with his brain fully intact. Goodluck and godspeed on your future (unless you decide to try out Kickboxing ;D)

Sylvester “Big Dog” Stallion vs Coach Sua Wrestling

I have a really good feeling that we may get a sub of the night contender from this fight as Coach Sua is obviously into wrestling and Stallion has his lone victory by way of submission. Hopefully we get a good clinical ground fight that ends with an amazing submission hold or vicious ground and pound.

Blaze Max vs Deshawn “Money” Shaw

This Heavyweight fight could become a treat for the fans looking for a ko. Shaw has a victory on his record but Blaze is unknown with zero in ring/cage experience. Both men are big and generally that means one man is getting knocked the F out.

Brendan “Backwoods” Bennett vs Soitoi “Chief” Wanalaiiea

A fight between 2 18 year old prospects one coming off 2 straight loses looking for his first victory and another one with a convincing victory in his first contest at EPGH 1. Goodluck to both competitors!

Varun Khumar vs Ralph McGucken

Only 1 fight seperates these 2 from both being completely inexperienced in the cage. But regardless of that from my initial reports are that these 2 are completely even. Goodluck in this battle of attrition.

Luke “Cocky” Cockhold vs Yury “The Assassin” Konstantin

An 18 year old vs a 22 year old both these fighters have had plenty of time to prepare who trained better Will be the real question of this bout. Goodluck to both managers!

Rusi “Psycho” Kostov vs Rich “The Money Maker” Tyme

This fight is between 2 mostly unsuccessful fighters in mma thus far in their careers one of them will right the ship Saturday and come away with a victory.

Ezekiel Marley vs Deair “King” Shaw

This will be the first ever fight between 2 fighters with multiple loses. Goodluck to both fighters!


Event Rating Expectation : 70

Goodluck to all fighters! Remember to cancel all auto flights


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#8 JDV916


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Posted 10 October 2017 - 05:14 AM

EPGH Weekly News and Review


Sign ups close on the 28th of October
The following link has all information contact Jay Veers or reply to thread in the link to sign up.

KT Test Fights
Due to not being able to test fighters in a KT fight through qfc EPGH will become a vessel for KT Test fights for projects and anyone who wants to participate. Test fights will be between fighters of similar weight classes and contracts for said fights will not include a bonus and pay 500$ for base salary and win bonus. Winners and impressive losers will be offered a contract to join our openweight KT division.

First Championship Fights Confirmed
I would like to congratulate the managers participating in our first title fights.

Norris Norton vs Muffin Wonder First & Last Super Heavyweight (265+)OCT 8th EPGH 2

Makonouchi Ippo vs Isaac Sparks Lightweight Championship (155) NOV 4th SNPF: Japan

Girkul Noseflame vs Miguel Sanchez Middleweight Championship (185) NOV 10th UFF: Sydney

The rest of the divisions are generally Wide Open with plenty of fights in the next 2 weeks that will go a long way in determining who will face off to determine a first time champ in each respective division.

New Bookmaker
I am opening a brand new bookmaking company by the name of Kamahamaha Betting. The name is based off of the great Hawaiian chief Kamahamaha and mostly Son Goku's in Dragon Ball (Z, Kai, Super, GT). Kamahamaha Booking will aim to stay small and will only be taking bets for EPGH sanctioned fights.

Odds will be made public 2 days prior to each event along with the events preview. No bets over 1k will be allowed for the time being and Managers who are caught throwing fights will be reported and all fighters will be released.

Any profits gained by Kamahamaha Betting will go towards future Tournament Prizes and is the sole purpose of the Bookmaking Company.

Next Odds will be out Thursday Night.

EPGH Custom Avatar Discount
Starting today I will do Custom Avatars for fighters signed to an EPGH contract for 5k.

Fighter cannot already have an existing avatar.

Must give a description of what you want the avatar to look like.

Pay once satisfied and avatar is accepted.

Looking for a partner to start a Gym for strictly KT

Due to the lack of gyms being devoted soley for stand up I am looking for a partner to run a gym exclusivly devoted to Kickboxing and stand up.

Gym would include 15 Elite Coaches (5 Boxing, 5 MT, 5 Wrestling)

All Coaching sessions will be devoted to Secondary Skills

Looking to be exclusive to EPGH KT fighters thus Invite Only.

All profits would go to whoever the partner is.

Membership Limit will be 30.

Contact Jay Veers for more information.

Improving Morale
A lot of managers have issues with managing morale I'm noticing. If your fighter is hurting in the morale department buy clothing (shorts & shirts) from clothing companies and equip your fighters with bought clothing in the possessions section. Changing clothes daily gets the best results within a week you can go from hardly any morale to a full morale bar. A lot of fights have been lost or became really boring due to one or both managers neglecting their fighters happiness. If your strapped for cash go to Helsinki Extreme Fightware for cheap clothing. If you have money and require fresh designs go to Fanatic Inc. Links to both companies will be at the bottom of the page.

Energy Management
First and foremost if your fighters conditioning physical stat sucks you should train that asap. The better the conditioning stat the better your fighter can reduce day to day energy loss from training. To further help reduce the effects of Stamina loss you can buy and apply any Reduce Energy Loss products specifically Mockstar Energy Drink for example (Cheap sponsor plug :D). That will help reduce the costs of daily energy lose from training. Also never let your fighters energy dip below 80% as training isn t effective, to regain energy simply sit your fighter out of training sessions (especially useful prior to a fight as the less energy your fighter has the less likely he is to win.)

Sacking Fighters Prior to Contract Ending
If you plan on sacking a fighter prior to the end of his contract please let me know prior to releasing him. A bit of heads up is just nice and generally I don't care if you plan on sacking someone.

Inactive Managers
If your going to be inactive for any long period of time longer than 2 weeks please let me know. Generally if you have a fight scheduled during your absence this isn't an issue. If you don't have a fight scheduled and agreed upon prior to your Leave of Absence then Let me know of your absence and for how long so I don't cut your fighter for having an inactive manager. We've already had a few fighters get cut due to inactive managers and it's a shame because a few of them could have made real noise in their weight class early on.

Volunteers Needed
Looking for Volunteers to help get the EPGH Forum up and running clean and efficiantly , must have experience with html coding.

Also looking for volunteers to write interviews, power rankings, etc.
All Volunteer work will be greatly appreciated and sometime down the line will receive compensation for your efforts.
Quick UFF Review and Thoughts

Main Event

Girkul Noseflame called for a title shot the week prior to this bout and he seriously delivered with a big knockout and thus propelled himself to the top of the pound 4 pound rankings within his division. This is Girkuls 4th victory second under the EPGH Banner and he'll meet Miguel Sanchez for the EPGH Middleweight Strap.


Nick Lancaster and Pavel Schwartz put on a great fight and really made a huge impression on the division. Lancaster came away with the win but Schwartz has to come away with his head held high and ready to put some work in to put himself over the top vs Lancaster.

Match 8

James Lancaster doubled down on Matthew Theil and came away with a submission victory further proving Matthew Theil has a problem once the fight gets to the ground.

Match 7

Jansen Harumafuji won with a tko with 3 seconds to spare in the first round of his fight with Mike Munoz, this was a big fight in the Welterweight landscape and Harumafuji will find himself facing the winner of the Lancaster Schwartz bout

Match 6

Brad Page won this fight in 30 seconds disposing of Sevilla before Sevilla even got a chance to warm up. This fight puts Page in title contention.

Match 5

Isaac Sparks wins another fight and gained the opportunity to fight Makonouchi Ippo for the right to be crowned the first EPGH Lightweight Champion.

Match 4

The D bag himself Baron Von Duesche won 1 for holland with a solid guillotine choke win over fellow teenage contender Alberto Morya

Match 3

Junske Okazuki won his first career match after losing in his first fight.

Match 2

Marshall Taylor raised back up the rankings after losing his first career fight.

Opening Match

Miguel Sanchez put on a show to record himself his 6th victory in a row. Though it does not reflect in his ranking Miguel Sanchez is quietly becoming a huge threat with the EPGH ring/cage. He earned himself a title match against the nights main event winner for the first Middleweight Title Fight.

Show Rating 66.74

Fight of the Night: Lancaster vs Schwartz

Sub of the Night: James Lancaster

KO of the Night: Girkul Noseflame


Saturday Night Pride Fights 3 Quick Review

Main Event

Pocong Kranang won their rematch by unanimous decision putting himself in striking range of a championship opportunity.

Co-Main Event

Aaron Atlantis defeated Bobby Pickledoo by tko in the first round extending his win streak to 3

Match 8

Reese Worthington won his second fight in a row and has announced that he'll fight in a KT fight then plans on moving down to the heavyweight division. Good on ya mate and goodluck in all of that really will be rooting for ya!

Match 7

Sylvester Stallion had possibly the biggest win on the night and getting in a good position to challenge for a title if he continues to win.

Match 6

Blaze Max quickly put away his opponent with a tko and will move on from this event undefeated after his first career fight.

Match 5

Chief Soitoi won his second EPGH fight and continues to climb the Lightweight ranks.

Match 4

Varun Kumar established him as a threat within the middleweight division.

Match 3

Luke Cockhold won by submission.

Match 2

Rich Tyme won by unanimous decision in a tough fought battle.

Opening Match

Deair Shaw won by decision as well in his first career fight.

Event Rating 58.07

Fight of the Night: Rusi Kostov vs Rich Tyme
Sub of the Night: Sylvester Stallion
KO of the Night: Reese Worthington


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#9 RegularJohn


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Posted 12 October 2017 - 05:15 PM

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"Please set up a fight for me at the November, 3rd KT card. I'm getting bullied at the gym, everybody is doing padwork and sparring while I'm left out in a backroom lifting weights and stretching all day long. This will never change if I don't fight. My manager wants me to get smacked so he finds out if I have a granite chin or not. I didn't even want to come to Rio...Life's not fair."

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#10 JDV916


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Posted 12 October 2017 - 05:58 PM

Fight offers for that card will be sent out within the week.

If anyone else would like to test out a possible KT fighter and would like to be featured on the card let me know asap.

One Night only contracts will be for one fight with 0/500/500 being the pay, our KT Division is our 265+ division so that's the weight class that will be offered.

Will try to match your fighter close in weight but no promises.

If you wish to enter our Glory Crown Grand Prix tournament please test out your fighters prior to asking for a contract.

Registration will close at the end of next month.

Odds and Preview for Saturdays card will be up later today. Around 3 or 4 PMT (I live in california)
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#11 JDV916


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Posted 12 October 2017 - 11:16 PM

Cancel All Auto Flights

If your on the card for SNPF 4 cancel any auto flights the MMA Tycoon team may put your fighter on. It drains energy and kills morale. Hurting your chances of fighting.

Stop Training

Also stop training a day or two prior to your fighters fights. 5% of energy is gained back per missed training session. 2 days is 20%

Low morale Change Clothes

Magic whites look bad and make your fighter unhappy buy clothing and switch em out often to regain fighter morale, making training and fighting more effective.

All sanctioned EPGH Events are available to bet on through Bet Kamahamaha.

Bet Kamahamaha is a fund raiser for future EPGH events and is not intended for personal use by the Owner Jay Veers or any bookmaker underneath the Bet Kamahamaha Banner.

Bookmaker stake is 15% remember the main purpose for this is a fundraiser but you can make a good amount of cash. For this week the max amount you can bet per fight is 1k. Max amount will change pending on how many bets are placed per a week.

Throwing fights is strongly discouraged any suspicious activities will be investigated and possibly reported.

Go to the following link to place all bets.


Odds are subject to change prior to the card due to energy and morale changes in fighters.

Odds are based on win/loss, manager, primary skill level, match up, morale/energy

How the Odds Work

For novices to gambling Bet Kamahamaha uses the American style of odds.

+110 and above represents how much money you stand to earn on top of what you gambled per dollar . So if I bet 100 and the odds are +110 I could win 210. It added 10 dollars to an even pay out.

-110 and above represents how much money you stand to lose on top of what you gambled per dollar. So if I bet 100 amd the odds are -110 I could win 190. You still win money just not as much as a positive odd.


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Main Event

Scott Ward (-173) vs Julio Ramirez (-106)

I was really close to making Julio a positive odd just due to the fact that I don't know if he'll be able to get ward to the ground and finish him off like his first two fights. But considering his BJJ skills compared to Ward it would be pretty tough for Ward to escape without taping. Edge to Ward in stand up, Key of the fight is Wards takedown Defense if he's able to keep this fight standing he should win easy. Ramirez could be worth a flyer.

Co-Main Event

Brantley Carter (-149) vs Tyron Troublesome (-122)

This fight is really even and I wouldn't be surprised if this fight went the distance and went to a split decision. Both are set up with negative odds as I feel both have a legitimate chance to win but due to track record I'll pick the winner being Brantley. Brantley has been having morale issues lately though that is countered by Troublesomes poor fitness level approaching the fight thus far. Stay tuned the line on this one may flip flop in the next day so pay attention to that energy level on troublesome.

Fight 8

Steven Bonner (-115) vs Bryan Harold (-159)

Harold should be seen as the overwhelming favorite here but coming off a lose in his last fight he'll be tested by an unknown fighter with a lot to prove. The unknown quality is what is keeping Bonner from being a positive odd. I'll pick Harold with caution.

Fight 7

Daren Altmen (-153) vs Adam Hastings (-119)

Altmen has a huge ground advantage in this fight and going with the recent history Muay Thai fighters have had thus far in EPGH's history with fighters like Altman. Hastings will need to keep this one standing in order to win but I question his ability to do so. Hastings could knock him out as he does have 2 tko victories and there is more to learn from young Altman. Hastings a decent bet but Altman could make this quick work.

Fight 6

Don Aguilar (-112) vs Gunnar Madsen (-163)

Don Aguilar can easily take this fight to the mat and win this fight there, but I'll give the edge to Madsen. I think he'll stifle Aguilars takedown offense keep his distance and deliver a swift KO. Aguilar has other concerns aside from his stand up game being that he hasn't had the greatest relationship with his manager which could rear it's ugly head and keep him from gaining the necessary focus in order to win this fight. Pick is Madsen Aguilar does have a chance.

Fight 5

Rickie Lutz (even) vs Knuckles McKill (-185)

I'm going to give even odds on this fight as I'm not sure how long Lutz will last with his percieved glass jaw. It certainly doesn't help that Knuckles has proven capable of finishing a fight with his hands. Lutz will need to get this to the ground in order to win. I sense a lot of stand up clinch work from Knuckles controlling the fight until Lutz is through.

Fight 4

Eric Lunsford (-108) vs Alex Joshua (-170)

Alex Joshua is a bit more polished after having a better training camp prior to this fight, but again the vicious unknown qualities of Lunsford gives him a chance to win this fight. That keeps me from giving him from getting the even odds treatment. Joshua has won a fight so that helps balance the scale in his favor.

Fight 3

Wayne Rosenburg (-135) vs Luca Ghiotto (-135)

Fighters are even at -135 a piece that kind of sums up how I feel about the match up. I'll give the slight edge to Luca on the ground but overall I feel like these fighters are generally even and could put on a hell of a show.

Fight 2

Mai Pai (100) vs Roman Boesku (-185)

Roman is better trained for this fight and based on how well Mai Pai has been getting along with his manager I think his 3-0 undefeated record is in serious jeapordy. The only thing getting in the way of Roman is that he needs to cut 2.1 pounds prior to the event in order to make weight.

Opening Fight

Bryan Becket (-127)vs (-143) Valerio Fattori

Valerio will get the slight edge in this one but again I think this one is pretty down the middle. If Becket has good hiddens (I think he might ya never know). Then this could easily tip in his favor. Pick is Fattori but with caution.


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#12 JDV916


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Posted 17 October 2017 - 06:57 PM

EPGH Weekly News and Review

Glory Crown Grand Prix News

The Glory Crown Grand Prix has been moved back to the beginning of December in irder to offer interested managers a better chance at entering a fighter they feel can win. The tournament plans to be a long one as rounds will be separated by a month. We are still looking for fighters for the tournament registration to enter your fighter is over on the 25th of november. For more information on the tournament and how you can join please contact Jay Veers or refrence the following url link.

Nov 3rd KT Test Fights

Wanna test your fighter in a Kickboxing environment without the possibility of a takedown? Thinking about possibly crossing over to a career in Kickboxing? EPGH is running a Kickboxing test fight event ran specifically for fighters considering to join the Glory Crown Grand Prix. We currently have 2 fights open to be booked for the event with the need of a fighter under 155lbs specifically. The event is only a couple weeks away so get ahold of Jay Veers quickly before a fight is booked.

Super Fights

We have been in talks regarding possible super fights between orgs in the future. Mostly with our 320k+ counterparts DSOF & NJMMA. Were looking to have a date by the beginning of the year.

Monthly Rankings

At the beginning of the next month I will begin to post monthly rankings for each weight class, by the end of the year possibly even have a top 5 p4p ranking.

Trash Talk

At EPGH we strongly encourage trash talk between fighters but please don't restrict it to PM's who cares if we the public don't know how heated it's getting. Get the other managers in the tycooniverse invested in your fighter. Call a fighter out , be a cry baby (not literally within reason and character). The more going on the more I can write about in previews and reviews.

QFC Fights

I am 100% open to allowing your fighter to take part in qfc fights if there is no Immidiate fight available and if you want to fight asap. I will only allow this to take place if you want to fight within a few weeks time and there's no openings available on any upcoming card. I will not allow fighters with over 4 wins to fight in qfc as I want fighters to at least have a solid chance at winning fights outside of the organization. A win outside of EPGH is a win for not only yourself, but your entire division, and a win for EPGH itself!

Odds makers

Broke? Familiar with odds? Looking to make quick cash on the side without smacking a ho? Then take a shot at being a Bet Kamehameha Odds maker. You can gain up to 50% of all earnings from odds you've set on other Tycoon orgs. Contact Jay Veers for more information.

EPGH Avatar Discount

To help encourage individuality from fighters underneath the EPGH banner I will offer a 5k discount for any custom avatars requested for fighters fighting in EPGH. Contact Jay Veers for more info.

Company/Gym Sponsorship Opportunities

We are always looking for companies and gyms to work together with regarding various types of sponsorships.


Were looking for a monthly award sponsor as well as sponsors for various fighters on our roster who could use sponsorship.


As a 320k+ id restricted org were deeply invested in improving our entire rosters skills. With this being said it's really hard to get into a good public gym. We have over 150 fighters on the roster and I'd bet at 2/3 of the roster is in a public gym. We would like to try and improve the public gym experience and possibly create a EPGH Private Gym welcome to the best fighters underneath the EPGH banner not admitted to a private gym.

Also open to regional partnerships between public gyms based in the location of EPGH shows, could use a regional partner for each city. City's with events scheduled in the future include.

Rio De Janeiro



Las Vegas

The goal is to highlight a gyms strengths with the hopes of improving membership and possibly making the gym more affordable for the owner to improve the gym.

Auto Flights

Remember to cancel all Auto Flights scheduled for you! Do this by going to the map, then go to scheduled flights then click cancel next to your fighters.

Buy/Change Clothes

To improve fighter morale you must buy and change your fighters clothes often. Your fighters fight best when their happy so change your fighters UNDERWEAR! For new clothing go to Fanatic Inc. Or Helsinki Extreme Fightware! (Cheap sponsor plug)

Energy Prior to Fights

Rest your fighter a couple days prior to a fight to be sure he is fully energized for his fight and that he is also able to make weight for his fight in some cases.



This show was really fun, a lot went on. We had some good submission and KO finishes and many fighters made big impressions in their respective divisions. Overall a few fighters truly stood out in this event, as Scott Ward placed himself at the top of the lightweight division. Other big wins include Roman Boesku who nearly was upset by Mai Pai in a fight that was strongly considered for fight of the night but was given the sub of the night instead due to the situation it was in and how he probably needed it in order to secure a victory. Bonner vs Harold was the FOTN winner and a war it was both fighters had a solid back and forth confrontation that was ended early in the third round by tko. Great fight to both fighters and goodluck I n the future! KO of the night went to Knuckles McKill for his effortless beatdown of Rickie Lutz. Other big wins include Daren Altman who made a big rise in the Bantamweight rankings with his win the same could be said for Brantley Carter who won his 5th fight in a row. Hopefully his manager can get active cause he has a title fight waiting for him. Also special congratulations to Bryan Beckett who won his first fight after going winless in his first 2 bouts! Hope that continues.

Sorry for making it so short trying to secure more funds for EPGH to keep our upward momentum flowing and to keep our top talent contracted for the foreseeable future also to bring in the top 320k+ talent. More money=better contracts, bigger venues, bigger prizes, etc


Schedule for the rest of the week

This schedule is projected and some of this may be late pending on other things I'm working on.

Wednesday: Odds for UFF: Las Vegas Released

Thursday: Odds for SNPF 5 Released/Weekly Betting Preview

Friday: UFF: Las Vegas

Saturday: Saturday Night Pride Fights



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#13 AlexHY21


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Posted 21 October 2017 - 12:17 AM


Suksapet Sitsongrit (322085)




"Please set up a fight for me at the November, 3rd KT card. I'm getting bullied at the gym, everybody is doing padwork and sparring while I'm left out in a backroom lifting weights and stretching all day long. This will never change if I don't fight. My manager wants me to get smacked so he finds out if I have a granite chin or not. I didn't even want to come to Rio...Life's not fair."


Pick a fight with any of my fighters, they'll all kill you.

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#14 RegularJohn


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Posted 21 October 2017 - 12:37 AM

Pick a fight with any of my fighters, they'll all kill you.



Suksapet Sitsongrit



"It took you eight days to come up with this? It's been a week since I'm signed up to a fight with another guy that's gonna kill me."

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#15 Judobill


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Posted 21 October 2017 - 01:24 AM

Suksapet Sitsongrit (322085)




"Please set up a fight for me at the November, 3rd KT card. I'm getting bullied at the gym, everybody is doing padwork and sparring while I'm left out in a backroom lifting weights and stretching all day long. This will never change if I don't fight. My manager wants me to get smacked so he finds out if I have a granite chin or not. I didn't even want to come to Rio...Life's not fair."

Billy Jack will be your huckleberry.
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Posted 21 October 2017 - 10:03 AM

"The glorious" pickle king needs a willing participant for his test fight. Not many small fries will challenge the big boy so who will volunteer to step up in this KT division
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Posted 21 October 2017 - 11:48 AM

"The glorious" pickle king needs a willing participant for his test fight. Not many small fries will challenge the big boy so who will volunteer to step up in this KT division

Billy Jack will fight that fat lunp of turd.
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#18 Cobra7


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Posted 21 October 2017 - 01:08 PM

Billy Jack will fight that fat lunp of turd.

"The glorious" pickle king welcomes you challenger
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#19 JDV916


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Posted 23 October 2017 - 10:57 AM

EPGH Weekly Aloha 10/23/17

Weekly News & Review Name Change

Going to start calling the weekly News and Review the Weekly Aloha to reflect EPGH's base location (Hilo, Hawai'I) and the Hawaiian theme that will become a staple to EPGH artwork much like Japanese/samurai culture was to Bushido.

EPGH Glory Crown Grand Prix News

Still accepting entrants for the Glory Crown Grand Prix cut off date for entry is 11/25/2017 please test whoever you plan to enter prior to asking for a opening round contract.

Opening round deals will be increased to 0/1k/1k deals all other round specific contracts will stay the same.

Grand Prize has been increased to 150k (plus other incentives.) Grand prize is still subject to increase.

Goodluck to our first KT event fighters on the 3rd of November. Maybe our first Glory Crown Grand Prix winner will be competing in this event!

More further information on the Glory Crown Grand Prix Openweight Kickboxing Tournament please refer to the following link.


Org Recruiter/Assistant

As you can see I do quite a lot for this org, but I could use some help with the day to day running of the org. Nothing all that much mainly just sending out contracts to start see how we can communicate as a unit along with my Senior Advisor Lucky Lefty. The reason why I need this done and that I need help is because I want to have a really large roster of fighters so guys can afford to take a rest and train at a month or month and a half time here and there. Another huge factor is to avoid rematches as much as possible If your interested in the position pay to start will be 10k with future possible increase based on performance and possible increase in job responsibility. Please contact Jay Veers with a PM titled Assistant Resume with anything regarding the following information.

How long you've been playing the game

VIP? (Not trying to pay for someone elses vip atm so if your in it for that gtfo!)

What else could you potentially bring to the table regarding the running of EPGH (This could include a gym, clothing/nutrition company, hard work ethic, connections (outside of lod), ability to make gfx, experience running a fed). I do not want your fighters that doesn't count as something you can offer the org.

Why is it that you want to be apart of this org?

Your goal in this game?

Please answer what you can, guys who are new to the game are just as likely to gain the job as anyone else. Also would prefer if you weren't a LOD member, It doesn't necessarily hurt your chances but it doesn't help them.

Also please let me know what time zone your in. Im PMT so -7gmt? Or something like that I'm in California there. If you have a similar time zone that would be pretty helpful for communication purposes.

Job Responsibilities will include sending out contracts to unsigned 320k+id talent no restrictions using the templates given.

Future Responsibilities could include further negotiations of opening level contracts, matchmaking undercard fights, recruiting for our Openweight Kickboxing Division.

Championship Fights

By the end of December we should have a champion in every weight class

I made a mistake regarding the first few championship fights and made them title fight s but instead of making them 5×5 contests there only 3×5. If one if these fights is decided by majority or split decision the loser will be given a rematch as things could have changed in the championship rounds.

Champions will get to decide the location of their title defense if it's slated to main event. Location NOT OPPONENT.

Monthly Rankings

After EPGH 2 this week I will be releasing the first official top 5 rankings for each weight class. These rankings reflect my personal view on each divisions title picture. This will be released monthly and will be separate from the Weekly Aloha

Tip of the Week

Ive been spewing on and on for the last few weeks about cancelling auto flights (keep cancelling) and changing clothes to boost morale (keep changing them) and managing energy (can't win fights or train on low energy) that I think I'm going to start doing a weekly tip of the week for any noobs wanting to possibly get a tip on how to better play the game or possibly get more enjoyment out of your playing experience. This week I want to talk about fighter bios.

Fighter Bios

On your fighters profile screen you'll notice a section underneath the EPGH logo that says click here to add a fighter bio. Click it to open up your fighters details page. This page is seperated into 3 separate sections personal details, post win, post lose.

Personal details allows you to add/subtract/change your fighters nickname, the format of which it goes with the name, change hometown/country, add/change custom avatar, add a entrance song and a url, and add a bio about your fighter. I look at all these fighters when I do reviews, matchmaking, odds, when I do write it adds a bit when there's a backstory or something to write about.

Post Win you can change what your fighter says in his post win interview. Here you can thank your sponsor (give them a slight hype bonus), hype yourself (slight increase to your hype), thank the fans (slight increase in overall popularity), ask for title shot (of which I will reply asap with something, please only if you truly deserve it otherwise you will be rejected for littering my inbox) or you can say something else entirely with 300 characters. You can really use this post fight interview to truly better your position and make things just a little bit more exciting. You can call out a rival opponent, or say something simple like hi mom.

Post Lose you can customize his losing speech if you want. Please keep it taste full.

Weekly Fighter Spotlight

Since I brought up Fighter Bios, and the fact that this is a real young roster with no names anyone is really familiar with in the world of MMA Tycoon. I would like to put the spotlight on a different fighter every week. Looking for crazy characters, interesting back stories really anything that sets your fighter apart from the rest of the bunch. If you have a fighter that you think is special or will just kick some ass and take all names let me know and he'll be featured on the Weekly Spotlight

Odds Release Schedule

Opening Lines will be released for all events booked by Bet Kamahamaha for the week will be released in Tuesday from now on. Please visit Bet Kamahamahas Main Page to place all bets.


For more information on Bet Kamahamaha please refer to the company website at the following url.


Hows My Performance?

I realize that I do not have a perfect satisfaction rating, I also realize that it is impossible to run a business without pissing someone off along the way. But If there is any way I can possibly improve please let me know and I will at try and work on it. But my success in the future revolves around making this a fun fed constantly trying to improve with solid ownership and the best 320k+ fighters the managers of the Tycooniverse can produce for both KT and MMA. Also always looking for new and innovative ideas to try and make this org stand out from the rest.


Friday & Saturday Overview

Overall both shows were really good and ran without a hitch, we were even the #1 ranked 320k+ org after Friday nights awesome show. But considering were still building our overall roster star power up were doing really well as far as growing hype is concerned, we will keep this up to as our massive roster size will allow new stars to be made without the need to recycle the top contenders through fights on a bi weekly basis just to keep us growing. Getting away from that we had some great finishes, one of which could have made you a ton of money had you taken the underdog (nobody did) through Bet Kamahamaha. But all in all title pictures were further shaped a major upset happened in a literal blink of an eye, and a whole bunch more happened so here's a quick recap of both events starting first with our first ever event in Las Vegas

UFF: Vegas Quick Review

I look back at this event and think about the amazing stunner we had in the Main Event as Travis Westfield Jr destroyed Sylvester Stallion in 11 seconds to claim his second EPGH victory and definetly vault himself ahead of not only the top of the Heavyweight Division but became the #1 ranked p4p fighter in the org. Sadly no one put any cash on him while he was at one point +144 underdog in that fight going into the fight. Luckily for Westfield however he earned FOTN & KOTN award honors on the night Congratulations!

Also happening at this event Bobby Chief who submitted his opponent with a kimura in under a minute to earn sub of the night honors and then proceeded to demand a title shot. Too bad for him he's in the mega competitive Heavyweight division and may be asked to fight one more time in order to guarantee a chance at the title. EPGH Chairman Jay Veers had this to say on the matter I think Bobby Chief is a tremendous young talent and can go really far in EPGH, But right now I question not his wins but who his wins have came against. The Heavyweight division is stacked with a great crop of young talent. One more win will make him a slam dunk option for our inaugural heavyweight title fight. I would stay tuned to this situation as drama may be unfolding in the Heavyweight title picture as many of the top contenders within the division fight in the coming weeks.

Other big wins included Ricky Stephenson winning a thrilling 3 round fight by tko that for sure would have won fight of the night hadn't it been for Westfield. Jeremiah Kreeg Veres won his fight with 3 seconds to spare in a fight he probably would have lost had it gone to the judges scorecard . Hungarian Hotdog and Jamaican Jam both won with clean ko punches in the first round showing off their powerful hands. Tank Ispa, French Frye, and Muhammed Khairullah all won in their EPGH debuts and Roderick Strong won to bring his win percentage up to 500 after failing to win in his last 2 bouts. Great fights to everyone involved with this event!

SNPF 5 Quick Review

This event only had 3 fights go past the first round which is great if you like finishes ( who doesn't am I right?) But that made it incredibly hard to choose a rightful FOTN winner but since it was a night full of finishes I had to give it to the fight that was halted in the 3rd by tko Jim Norwood over Ryan Rozen. But our Main Event was solid as well resulting in Jill Bill's fifth consecutive victory by decision (holy crap).

KOTN went to Sergey Beznisko but looking over the event again probably should have gone to Mikael Joshua for his ko of Luis Fonsi but regardless both wins were huge for both fighters and SOTN went to Muhhamed Zaffran for his triangle choke on Eden Hazard. Other winners include Ed Goon, Dirty Thrower, Angus Mcdonald Nathan Boudreaux, and possibly the fighter who raised his profile the best during the event Allistair Velasquez

Overall compared to Friday's card was disappointed as aside from Joshua winning by ko there wasn't any real upsets or noteworthy finishes, but we definitely were treated to the best 3 round decision in the orgs early history!



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Posted 30 October 2017 - 02:31 AM

EPGH Weekly Aloha + Top 5 Rankings *Edit*


EPGH Glory Crown Grand Prix News

The end of registration for the Glory Crown Grand Prix is a month away and we are still looking for fighters to join this tournament. Fighters of all ages are welcome to join so long as they are 320k ID restricted. Grand Prize is 150k plus more in incentives with a month in between rounds. More information is posted in the mma tycoon forum at the following url.


I would like to thank all the managers taking part in our first KT Event especially for testing fighters for the Glory Crown Tournament next Friday! Goodluck in all of your fights this coming up weekend!
EPGH Orgwide News

Congratulations! Muffin Wonder and his manager for winning the first (and last) EPGH Super Heavyweight Championship. Too bad it will be the last fight at the Super Heavyweight Division, none the less we wish him goodluck regardless of his future path.

would like to introduce Raichu Kong as our Recruiting Director we would like to congratulate him for gaining the position and wish him goodluck in recruiting new talent into Elite Pride Glory and Honor!

Bantamweight Title Fight has been announced at Ultimate Fighting Friday 2 in Hilo, Hawai'I between Snake Duanesboy vs Jill Bill on the 17th of November. This is the third title fight announced and is the highest rated (p4p wise) of any EPGH title fight thus far. Goodluck in preparation towards the fight!

Monthly Awards
We will now be giving away the following monthly awards starting this month you may nominate canidate(s) by replying to this newsletter with your opinion on who should win each award. Rewards will be 2k per an award. Awards will include.
Upset of the Month
Fight of the Month (1k each)
Sub of the Month
KO of the Month
You will not be allowed to vote for yourself
If No votes are cast then I'll appoint my own winners of each awards
Monthly Award Sponsor

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EPGH Weekly Tips
Last week I talked about Fighter Bios and noticed a lot of change in that department with our fighters so with that in mind I think I'll continue running this feature this week ill be talking mentors.

As much as I would love to help each and every person with the intricacies of the game I would like to note that I myself am a noob. Yeah I know, I know so much (Not one bit). I only know so much because of mentors. Without the 2 mentors I've had during my last few months playing this game I'd be a chicken running around with it's head cut off (still do sometimes).

What is a mentor? A mentor is a experienced player of this game that has volunteered to personally coach new players the finer points of the game. Everything from sliders to how training works to even how auto flights work. A good mentor you can ask any question and get a helpful answer no question too stupid. The best part is they're rewarded by your success so they have a good reason to help aside from just being a good Samaritan. If your interested in gaining a Mentor feel free to check out the following url.


EPGH 2 Quick Review

This review will cover both Friday and Saturdays events as one.

Ginekes Poutanes vs Kimbo Ferguson jr was by far the best fight of EPGH's young history. If the year ended today that fight would gain the organizations fight of the year award for sure. It was a heck of a slugfest with both fighters getting rocked and Ginekes coming out on top by tko. Though Kimbo lost he shouldn't hang his head in that effort. This fight is Ginekes second really good showing in as many EPGH fights and really is making a name for himself in this division. This fight won Saturdays EPGH 2 events Fight of the Night

As stated before Muffin Wonder defeated Norris Norton to claim his second Super Heavyweight Title. Not only did he win but he beat the odds as he was not the favorite to win this bout for whatever the reason be and boy did he make his haters pay. Now the question remains will he move on to join NJMMA's newly established Super Heavyweight Division? Rumors also have it that EPGH President Jay Veers is interested in trying to talk Wonder into moving down to Heavyweight and challenge for the Heavyweight Title. This rumor has been confirmed since this was initially released to the org.

Frank Curtis for the second EPGH numbered event showed why he should be the highest ranked fighter of all the great talent in EPGH. Though his tko victory over Yushin Sakuraba didn't win him any OTN honors it did keep his great momentum rolling towards the inevitable Light Heavyweight Title shot that he has so rightfully earned to this point.

Nick Lancaster and Blayze Sommer both called out for a title shot, while Sommers claim is suspect for the time being despite winning sub of the night honors (great job!) Lancasters point is pretty concrete and is only a matter of who he'll face for that soon to be prestigious EPGH title.

Blaze Max won a stunning upset in Fridays Prelims Main Event suddenly rising way up in the rankings to just below 3k. Beating James Maverick was unexpected but that's what EPGH is all about proving the doubters wrong! Good job!

Winners from the prelims include Stephen Ando, Baron Von Deusche, Ethan Adams, and Varun Kumar, Big RodmanShaq , Titus Branch, Silvio Dante, and Alberto Morya. Goodluck to all of these fighters in there next contests.

Winners from EPGH 2 Include Coach Eddie Boxing with a great showing of his overall abilities. Ryan Shawcross who won by unanimous decision to bring his record to 3-5. Merlyn Myrkchur followed up a draw in his last fight with a decision victory. While New Beginning, Alfred Deangelis, and Indian Icecapades all won in convinving fashion by tko.

Highest Event Rating 89.98 EPGH 2
End of the Month Organizational Overview
We are solid as a rock financially, still just cutting even on show expenses but that is definitely heading in the right direction. Between gfx, bookmaking, and donations were doing good.

Were going to finish this month second behind DSOF among 320k restricted orgs in hype which is a shame. But were gaining ground fast and we have some good events planned that hopefully might put us over them in the rankings.

I'm getting a lot of support from a variety of different managers from different experience levels and all the cooperation I receive and everything to make everything work is much appreciated. At the end of the day I just bring you together, organize it all, promote it and repeat.

My overall thoughts are that were doing great and will only improve with time. We've made a ton of progress with regards to divisional title pictures, but overall I feel good about how this is going and hope it continues to trend in an upwards direction.
October Rankings
I just want to say that before reading these rankings please keep in mind this is based off fighters current p4p ranking, current record, and record within EPGH. This is meant to be a rough idea of the current title picture in each division.

135 lbs Bantamweight
1. Jill Bill 6-0
2. Snake Duanesboy 4-1
3. Gunnar Bjorkson 2-0
4. Darren Altmen 2-0
5. Pocong Kranang 2-0
6. Baron Von Deusche 2-0
7. Roderick Strong 2-2
8. G.I. Jane 1-0
9. Angus Mcdonald 1-2
10. Dirty Thrower 3-1

145 lbs Featherweight
1. Ricky Stephenson 3-1
2. Jamaican Jam 2-0
3. Ryan Hadley Jr 3-0
4. Roman Boesku 2-0
5. Stephen Ando 3-0
6. Silvio Dante 1-0
7. New Beginning 1-1
8. Steven Bonner 1-0
9. John Penn 4-2
10. Julio Ramirez 2-1

155 lbs Lightweight
1. Makonouchi Ippo 4-0
2. Isaac Sparks 2-0
3. James Lancaster 3-1
4. Blayze Sommer 2-1
5. Soitoi Wanalaiiea 2-0
6. Matthew Theil 3-2
7. Nathan Boudreax 1-0
8. Alfredo DeAngelis 2-1
9. Entin Zulu 2-1
10. Amish Mehra 0-0

170 lbs Welterweight
1. Nick Lancaster 4-0
2. Brantley Carter 5-0
3. Hungarian Hotdog 2-0
4. Indian Icecapades 2-0
5. Jansen Harumafuji 2-1
6. Pavel Schwartz 2-1
7. Marshall Taylor 2-0
8. Muhammed Zaffrain 3-1
9. Lyfe Wrecker 2-2
10. Beef Cake 1-0

185 lbs Middleweight
1. Girkul Noseflame 4-0
2. Miguel Sanchez 6-0
3. Francisco Junior 2-0
4. Coach Eddie Boxing 4-2
5. Richard Tuffenuff 4-0
6. Varun Kumar 2-0
7. Leighton Davis 3-0
8. Kabala Magaluff 2-0
9. Denis Gautier 2-0
10. Bryan Beckett 1-0

205 lbs Light Heavyweight
1. Frank Curtis 5-0
2. Travis Westfield Jr 5-0
3. Ginekes Poutanes 3-1
4. Lars Van De Riet 5-0
5. Alistair Velasquez 3-0
6. Tank Ispa 2-0
7. Kimbo Ferguson Jr 3-1
8. Sylvester Stallion 3-1
9. Merlin Mykchur 2-0-1
10. Sergey Beznisko 1-0

265 lbs Heavyweight
1. Caul Rogba 5-0
2. Mikael Joshua 3-0
3. Brad Page 3-0
4. Bobby Chief 5-0
5. Blaze Max 2-0
6. Killer Machine 4-0
7. Billy Lakota 1-0
8. James Maverick 4-2
9. Ryan Hadley 2-1
10. Robert Dzerkalis 4-2

EPGH Pound 4 Pound Rankings
(Based on Rank of opponents, finishes over decisions, win streak, record)

1. Frank Curtis 5-0 Light Heavyweight
2. Makonouchi Ippo 4-0 Lightweight
3. Jill Bill 6-0 Bantamweight
4. Nick Lancaster 4-0 Welterweight
5. Muffin Wonder 5-0 Super Heavyweight
6. Girkul Noseflame 4-0 Middleweight
7. Travis Westfield Jr. 5-0 Light Heavyweight
8. Miguel Sanchez 6-0 Middleweight
9. Brantley Carter 5-0 Welterweight
10. Snake Duanesboy 4-1 Bantamweight

Honorable Mentions: Isaac Sparks, Alistair Velasquez, Bobby Chief, James Lancaster, Mikael Joshua, Ricky Stephenson, Gunnar Bjorkson

Monthly Rankings Overview
Well my first initial thoughts are that the Middleweight, LHW, and Heavyweight Division is stacked and has some really good depth beyond just the top ten which will make for some really interesting fights in the coming months within those divisions as fighters try to separate themselves from the pack and claim a EPGH championship. Outside of those divisions is where things are really interesting as Welterweight and lightweight both a fairly top heavy with little depth in sight as far as exciting prospects go at least how it looks so far with those records. Featherweight is a complete mess being the only division failing to secure a fighter in the top 10 p4p within the org but regardless of that the division looks healthy and seems to have started gaining some traction with Stephensons win this weekend.

Monthly Divisional Rankings
These rankings are to rank the overall competitiveness within each division during the last month.

1. Lightweight
2. Middleweight
3. Heavyweight
4. Light Heavyweight
5. Bantamweight
6. Welterweight
7. Featherweight

As a whole we saw the most competition from the Lightweights as Isaac Sparks stole Matthew Theils show and proceeded to impress in his next bout, all while Makonouchi Ippo won 2 fights within a 2 week period by tko and submission . Definitely the most Eventful Division by far.

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