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#441 Boble

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Posted 27 September 2018 - 06:12 PM

Weekend Preview

 

A big week for Sydney Fights, due to the buy out of NJMMA we were able to secure a couple superstars at 322k+, and could fill some more roster spots, this is contrary to the roster shortage, that is planned to take us down to 3 fight cards per week, but as long as there is talent out there I'm ready to incorporate it, and make the Organisation better on the long run. This also means we'll be going on 4 fight cards a week at least another 4-5 weeks.

In other big news, 155 RISE Champ Stud Toddler was signed to a 1 superfight deal by SyFi, in all likelyhood it is expected he'll face current SyFi Champ Bernardo de Barros in a superfight, also contracts are not yet signed.....

 

So now to this weeks action: We have 3 packed weekend cards, with 2 title fights on Sunday,

let's start of with those:

 

Main Event Sunday:

185 title fight

Iso Paa v Dan Gee

Iso Paa (8-1) is ready to defend his just won belt for the first time. Paa took down Wayne Benning by TKO in Round 2, and is on an 8 fight win streak, all in SyFi. The Original Syfi product faces Dan Gee (12-1), who after starting his career in Bumfights likewise hasn't lost at SyFi, winning all his 4 bouts in our Sydney Prime Organisation. Gee won the right to be the No. 1 Challenger against Jacob Rees Mogg, an impressive Island trasfer, that spotted a 13-1 record.

Looking at both fighters styles, both fighters are thrilling stand-up fighters, that know how to grind out a decision, but that more often send their opponent to the Canvas. Both rely on wrestling aqnd Muay Thai as their prime skills, while Iso Paa may be the better all round fighter. Well, all in all this should be a great fight of two evenly matched fighters, where an prediction is so tough to make.

 

Co-Main Sunday:

205 title fight:

Mister McNasty v Corey Smith Jr

After his impressive trilogy with Kevin Comeau, who as a result retired from MMA, Mister McNasty is on top of SFCs 205 division again. McNasty (13-4) lost his first fight at SyFi in July to Comeau, but battled his way back beating Cassidy to get a rematch, and TKO Comeau in Round 5, after dominating him 4 long rounds. Corey Smith jr. (8-1) perhaps has gone under the radar for some, but after loosing in his 2nd fight to Benjamin Bronckhorsten all has been up for him, and while Bronckhorsten is a midcarder, Smith jr. Won 7 in a row, beating talent like former champ Camara, Vesa and Zexi. His fight against Zexi was declared a No. 1 Challenger fight, and he took a Unanimous Decision, his 3rd fight over the distance, while all others where (T)KO, 2 of them KO of the night performance. McNasty lost his only SyFi fight by Decision, while all others by (T)Ko were wins. Both fighters here also guarantue a stand up battle, with both excelling in Boxing. Watch for a big long brutal battle, where McNasty is the paper favourite, but don't count Smith out.

 

Other days Main and Co-Main Event fights:

Friday:

145 Ruben Nevez vs. Micky Munday

Friday is for the smaller weight classes, with all fights at 135,145 and 155, here we see 2 challenging 145 fighters, that with a win can likely qualify for a No. 1 Contender fight. Ruben nevez (9-4) is a veteran, that came from the Island, and surprisingly beat Chief Cheyenne, who we'll see in the Co-Main, by TKO in his first SyFi fight. With all the Island Hype, this catapulted him to No. 2 in the SyFi Rankings. Micky Munday, likewise is in his 2nd SyFi fight, he submitted John mills, and went to 5-1 being the former Torcida champ, the veteran enters this fight as the high flying favourite, a submission in Round 1 would be no surprise here either.

 

Co-Main:

145 Chief Cheyenne vs. Wilner Fatiman

Cheyenne(12-2) rides high on his Island Popularity, and that keeps him high in the cards, after loosing the Island Round 3 fight, he lost suprisingly to Ruben Nevez, and now wants to get his career on track, and an opponent like Fatiman can be the chance to do that, Fatiman (9-6) is a long time EFA veteran, who beat Joca Carioca in his SyFi debut in unspectacular fashion by Decision. He is the clear underdog, but if he can get this fight to the ground he will have his chances.

 

155 Verneri Ahma vs. Xavier Merlin

The Main Fight on the undercard features a likely Championship Fight qualifier, but while all the talk is about the potential super fight, in this fight a new Top Contender for the title might be found. Ahma is 6-0 beating superstars Lermontov and Coburn, who is the last 155 champ of Torcida, as the Org closed down. That fight gave Ahma lots of hype, and so he enters the fight against former Champ Xavier Merlin (9-4). Merlin is known for his comeback qualities, but was denied re winning his title by DeBarros recently. A title he won against Evan Page, and lost to Jorghino Marcelo in his first defense. So both fighters will be severly tested here.

 

In other action former 155 champ Gennady Golovkin meets Evan Page for a rematch, in the first matchup of this two Page won in a fight of the night by Decision, Page qualified for a title fight against Merlin, but lost that by submission. Both fighters had a rocky road after their title fights, but want a win here to get back in title contention.

 

In the next fight, another former 155 champ Jorghino Marcelo tries to break a 2 fight loosing streak, that started with a loss to de Barros in a title fight, faces Danny Greene and wants to get back to winning ways.

 

Saturday:

Main Event:

Speaking of former Champs and gettin back on track, the same can be said about Gideon Navarro (9-3), who faces Steve Butabi (14-3) in the Saturday Main Event. It's not often you have fighters on a 2 fight loosing streak to meet in a Main Event, but both fighters have seen the highest spheres, and hold the popularity to fill an Arena. Navarro became the SyFi 170 Champ in May, and defended his belt succesful twice against Collins and Daugthrey(the current champ), before loosing twice to Roy Whittaker. In both fights Navarro simply didn't have Whittakers number, and got TKOed in fights he seemed to be in. So now he needs to get back against Butabi, who joined SyFi from the Island, but lost to Ross Warring in his SyFI debut, and wants to return to his winning Island paths.

 

Co-Main Event:

Jamison Cassidy v Krit Leekpai

A battle of 2 205 contenders, that certainly had their setbacks already, but have gotten back on the winning path. Cassidy (7-1) lost his pre-to-last fight against Champion McNasty, and while his unbeaten status was gone, his MMA quality is still rising, so in a quest to return to the top, he beat Marky Mark, a dangerous fighter by Submission in his last outing. Now the submission specialist takes on Leekpai, in a rematch of the two. Leekpai since their fight in July has won 2 fights, and so he accepted the battle again. Clearly a good boxer, and winning all fights by (T) KO, Leekpai needs a better strategy to keep it standing this time. As he lost by submission in the first outing.

 

Other fights:

Just a quick look, at 170 Power Shark faces Ross Warring, while Shark has had an up and down start to SyFi fighting, Warring is on a 4 fight win streak he wants to keep going.

At 185 Arthur Menezes faces Wagner Resende in a Brazilian Battle of Warriors, while at 205 KruKru Tipitapa and Petr Antonovich want to rebound from their first SyFi defeats.

 

Sundays other fights:

Also just a quick look, as the card presents the 2 title fights:

At 265 in a veteran battle Dean Malenko faces Akamu Kalani , while Kalani makes his SyFi debut, Malenko was succesfull against Childress in his first SyFi battle.

At 205 Marky Mark and Bann Harrow both want to get back to winning ways in their careers, as they lost recently, Jimi Toa, in his SyFi debut vs. Denubis Majere round out Sundays Main Card, who is dominated by the 2 title battles.....


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#442 Boble

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Posted 03 October 2018 - 11:10 AM

Sydney Fights a look into the title Race (Updated: 10/03)

 

Please notice, that this rankings are current status, fighter signings and matches arranged may change today, so perhaps some update will follow Friday

 

 

 

135:

Champion: Yodsawan Sitsongrit (9-2)

1. Daichi Kishimoto (13-2) (switch from 145 for title fight)

2. Dieselnoi Por Pramuk (10-3)

3. Sanka Coffie (7-2)

4. Chamuaknoi Sitsongrit (6-1)

5. Wayne Williams (8-4)

6. Felix Jaroslav (6-1)

7. Uchimura Nakata (8-2)

8. Furious Munchkin (5-1)

9. Marcelo Barbosa (8-4)

 

 

 

NR(yet to debut): Hiroki Tomori (8-2) , Preston Mason (9-2), Diego Carlitto (6-4), Sergei Petrov (5-2)

NR (inactive): Korean Kimchi (8-4-1), Pekka Pikkarainen (8-3),

 

Title Fight:

07/10 Yodosawan vs. Por Pramuk

 

 

Key Fights:

07/10 Barbosa vs. Munchkin

07/10 Chamuaknoi vs. Coffie

13/10 Nakata vs. Gbus (7-2-1)

17/10 Tomori vs. Mason

 

145:

Champion: Daichi Kishimoto (13-2)

 

1. Petdee Sitsongrit (9-2)

2. Mickey Munday (6-1)

3. Chief Cheyenne (13-2)

4. Ruben Nevez (11-5)

5. Philip Zieske (7-2)

6. Hokuto Akira (6-1)

7. Swagga Beats (7-5)

8. John Mills (7-3)

9. Илья Муромец (10-3)

 

 

 

 

NR: (inactive):

NR(not debut yet): ,

 

Title Fight:

Kishimoto (currently at 135 for next title fight)

 

 

Key Fights:

12/10 Mills vs. Beats

13/10 Petdee vs. Akira

13/10 Zieske vs. Муромец

 

155:

Champion: Bernardo de Barros (11-2)

1. Vernehri Ahma (7-0)

2. Evan Page (9-4)

3. Steph Curry (6-3)

4. Geanluca Lorezon (11-5)

5. Jorghino Marcelo (7-4)

6. Kevin Coburn (6-3)

7. Nazim Bardakci (9-3)

8. Xavier Merlin (9-5)

9. Arnar Agnarrson (7-6)

 

 

 

 

NR(no fight yet): , Danny Greene (8-2), Marcinho Sitsongrit (7-1)

 

 

NR (due to inactivity):

 

Title Fight:

De Barros vs.

 

Super Fight:

De Barros vs. Toddler (RISE CHAMP)

 

Key Fights:

06/10 Bardakci vs. Wolf (7-6)

06/10 Coburn vs. Eyes (5-5)

13/10 Deklek (8-5) vs. Curry

13/10 Jacobs (7-5) vs. Lorenzon

 

 

 

170:

Champion: Kevin Daughtrey (12-2)

1. William Snowdown (9-0)

2. Power Shark (12-5)

3. Roy Whittaker(8-1)

4. Gideon Navarro (10-3)

5. Thor Odinson (7-2-1)

6. Ross Warring (9-3)

7. Akira Harada (9-4)

8. Steve Butabi (14-4)

9. Aley Kulina (7-3)

9. Hosep Grigorian (7-2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

NR yet: ,

 

Title Fight:

14/10 Daughtrey vs. Snowdown

 

Key Fights:

07/10 Harada vs. Grigorian

07/10 Kulina vs. Avestiyan (6-1-1)

14/10 Whittaker vs. Odinson

 

 

185:

Champion: Iso Paa (9-1)

 

1. Greg Bundy (9-1)

2. Jacob Rees Moog (13-2)

3. Dan Gee (13-2)

4. Wayne Benning (10-3)

5. Rear Breed (12-3)

6. Arthur Menezes (9-4)

7. Ispa Mfer (7-2)

8. Joey Hatton (14-4)

9. Kaz McStafferson (10-7)

 

 

 

 

NR: (yet to debut): Sebastian Halstenberg (8-2)

 

Title Fight:

30/09 Paa

 

Key Fights:

05/10 Hatton vs. Mfer

12/10 Mogg vs. Benning

12/10 McStafferson vs. Killbach (8-5)

 

205:

Champion: Mister McNasty (11-3)

1. Blake Phoenix (14-3)

2. Jamison Cassidy (8-1)

3. Corey Smith jr. (8-2)

4. Ibrahim Camara (10-8)

5. Marky Mark (11-4)

6. George Lambton (10-5)

7. Rohit Sharma (6-1)

8. Isiah Cooley (8-4)

9. Heimo Vesa (8-2)

 

 

 

NR(yet to debut): ,Stepahn Letter (11-2), Bob Grill (9-1),. Joey Bob Potatoehauler(6-0)

 

Title Fight:

McNasty

 

Key Fights:

06/10 Vesa vs. Rollins

12/10 Sharma vs. Rubenstein (6-2)

 

265:

Champion: Santu Avisu Kona (10-1)

1. Rick Piano (13-1)

2. Milton Friedmann (12-4)

3. Derek Payne (12-1)

4. Gyokusho Fujimoto (9-3)

5. Akamu Kalani (9-6)

6. Travis Dillon (9-3)

7. Manu Mikkonen (7-2)

8. More is More iI (8-3)

9. Bill Shorton (9-3)

 

 

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Title Fight:

07/10 Kona vs. Piano

 

Key Fights:

05/10 Friedman vs. Shorton

12/10 Dillon vs. Mikonnen

14/10 Hip Hop (6-0) vs. Fujimoto

 

 

265+:

Champion: Arn Anderson (11-2)

 

1. Vick Venom (11-1)

2. Massive Overflow (10-2)

3. Bob McDonald (9-2)

4. DeAngelo Montgomery(5-0-1)

5. Galactor Gigantus (11-2)

6. Jason Harris (7-1)

7. Ross Barkley (9-5)

8. Wladimir Yaroslev (7-3)

9. Maxim Popov (9-7)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NR yet: , (switch from 265), ,

 

 

Title Fight:

06/10 A. Anderson vs. Massive Overflow

 

Key Fights:

06/10 Venom vs. Gigantus

07/10 McDonald vs. Harris

07/10 Barkley vs. Yaroslev

10/10 Popov vs. Montgomery


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#443 Monsieur.Camara

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Posted 04 October 2018 - 01:09 AM

Ibrahim Camara:  Damn ! I had a great fight against Schaub. I went to the bar right after, he went to the fucking ER. Respect though, he caught me. We'll see each other down the line.

 

So I go to the bar with the crew, you know ...

 

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And there is this honky ass dude again.  Nowhere to run biiitch , I can do 5 rounds still ! 

 

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So I go up to him and just fucked him up !  I hope he is recovered for our fight because he about to be bitch made once again !!

 

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#444 Warwynd

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Posted 04 October 2018 - 01:38 AM

Corey Smith Jr.: Talk is cheap, bitch, see you in the cage.


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Posted 04 October 2018 - 05:44 PM

Sydney Fights Weekend Preview

 

Hi folks, we are ready for another big one in Sydney, a weekend packed with 3 fight cards, we'll be on PPV on Saturday and Sunday. The big one being the 265 title fight in Sydney Superdome on Sunday. This will be a biggie featuring Kona vs. Piano, perhaps the biggest KO threats in all SyFi.

Add in 2 more title fights and some big name matchups, and the Weekend is complete.

 

Start off with the big one:

 

Sunday:

265 title Santu Avisu Kona v Rick Piano

 

This is a rematch from the May title fight, that they both entered in different fashion, Kona was the undefeated challenger that time, while Piano was the record streak champ, and Piano made short work of Kona, winning by KO after 4:05. Both fighters took different directions afterwards, Kona took a 6 week break from fighting, while Piano returned to beat Shorton and Barkley for a 2nd time. Than the fight came, that changed everything. Milton Friedman entered SFC from NJMMA, and won the title in a shocking 2nd Round TKO over Piano. But Friedman wouldn't hold on to the title, he faced Kona at SyFi 100, and lost in the 2nd Round. So Kona became the champ, denying Piano his rematch with Friedman for now. As Piano wants the belt back, and after a nice break of 7 weeks now should be well prepared. Both fighters are stand up kings, and it's clear Kona has done a lot of wrestling training, to keep up with Piano. LeT's get it started......

 

135 title Yodsawan Sitsongrit v Dieselnoi Por Pramuk

 

The 3rd title defense of Yodsawan looks one, thats between him and the big fight. Daishi Kishimoto, the man Yodsawan beat to gain the title has resigned at 135, and entered a 5 week training camp, to prepare for a rematch, but before that can happen, Por Pramuk will face Yodsawan in a Thai Battle, that will see a clear cut favourite in the Champ. Yodsawan (9-2) has won 9 in a row, and 7 of them at SyFi, one of the victims was Por Pramuk, who lost to him in a 3 round decision in June. The extended distance should be no strange to Yodsawan, who took both his last fight over the 5 round distance. Dieselnoi won 4 in a row since that defeat, and manouved himself into Title Contender position. All his last 6 fights have been decisions over the full distance, the last man to submit him was Daichi Kishimoto, when Dieselnoi went for the belt the first time, and here the circle closes. Expect Yodsawan by Decision, anything else would be a big surprise.

Saturday:

265+ title Arn Anderson v Massive Overflow

It will be title fight No. 11 for Arn Anderson, the 3 time champ lost two of the previous 10, when Mongolian Muslim and Jim Bob McDonald borrowed his title. However Massive Overflow may be the biggest test in his career. Anderson is a submission specialist, that won all his fights by submission, and both his losses where TKOs. And that's where it should suit Massive Overflow, the fighter born in Greece, and training in London has all the Boxing quality to KO Anderson, and all the Wrestling to keep it standing. He won 4 in a row, 3 at Torcida and 1 at Syfi, beating Arn's brother Ole by TKO in Round 2 in his SyFi debut. Look for a big Ko by Overflow or a Submission by Anderson, who needs to take him down quick. I don'T expect this fight to last more than 2 rounds.

 

Other fights:

Saturday's Main Event sees perhaps a contenders fight at 265+, as Arn Andersons stablemate Vick Venom faces Galactor Gigantus, Venom is the clear cut No. 1 in the division, but as SyFi ordered, that the 2 similar managed fighters will not face each other, Venom needs Arn to loose to get a title shot, or clean house on his own. He now faces former EFA Champ Gigantus in his 2nd SFC fight. Gigantus a man, that lost twice to Arn Anderson, but that should be much better suited in a stand up battle with Venom.

 

Sundays Co-.Main Event also sees a battle at 265+ , as the man, that Venom beat last Jason Harris tried to return to winning form, against former Champ Jim Bob McDonald, where we expect a stand up battle by two remarkable boxers, that will likely look to bounce back from losses. In a fact McDonald is unbeaten in fights not involving Arn Anderson, and 1-2 against the champ.

 

Friday offers the return of two previous champs to the cage, at 265 Milton Friedman, the man that shocked Piano will face Bill Shorton, a fighter, that already lost to Piano twice. While Friedman is just in his 2nd SFC fight, Shorton is 7-3 in SyFi fights, with losses against only the best, with 2 losses to Piano and a loss to Dillon, while beating Yormoza Built recently.

In the CO-Main Event former 185 Champ Joey Hatton makes his 2nd appearance under new management, and wants to stay unbeaten in his new camp. He faces Ispa Mfer, a 7-2 fighter, that spent a long time at Torcida, before recently winning his SyFi debut, expect him to give Hatton a stiff test.

Talent watch on Friday says look for Thomas Bolleke, the Belgian (3-0) is a black belt allrounder, that is on many watch lists to go all for the title, if he stays at SyFi to work his way up the cards, his victi...ahem..opponent this time is 10-9 journeyman Man Itizer.

 

Saturday will see more ranked fighters in action outside the Mains, 8-2 Heimo Vesa will face 6-2 Boogie Rollins, both fighters had some up and downs, and are not ranked this week, but have been previously, the winner here may make a return to the 205 lineup.

At 170 9-4 Akira Harada faces 7-2 Hosep Grigorian, while both had their struggles in SyFi, but both come in on wins. Grigorian is on a 3 fight winning streak, beating some talented foes, while Harada recently beat Facundo Galley, after loosing to Kevin Daugthrey in a No. 1 Contender fight before. Daugthrey now is the 170 champ.

At 155 Nazim Bardkci enters the battle against Julius Wolf with a 3 fight win streak and a ranking position on the line, look for Bardakcis submission skills to work as his Kimura is his best weapon.

 

Sundays deeper card sees more 265+ action when Ross Barkley battles Wladimir Yaroslev, Barkley won his 265+ debut against Mongolian Muslim, after loosing to Piano and Kona at 265, where he saw no future. Yaroslev should be a good challenge, on a path, thats clearly destined for the title.

At 135 two ranked battles see Chamuaknoi Sitsongrit, who'll likely leave SFC after his battle with Sanka Coffie, as his Camp member Yodsawan holds the 135 title, and Chamuaknoi feels stuck at SyFi for the moment, and former Challenger Marcelo Barbosa tries to extend his 3 fight win streak, when he faces Forious Munchkin, who under new management has won his first SyFi fight, after loosing to Dieselnoi under his old management. In both fights we can see some guaranteed action.

 

 

So folks, enjoy the fight weekend, brought to you by Bullet Proof System, MMA fight gear from New York.


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#446 Boble

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Posted 08 October 2018 - 06:39 PM

Sydney Fights a look into the title Race (Updated: 10/8)

 

 

 

 

 

135:

Champion: Yodsawan Sitsongrit (9-2)

1. Daichi Kishimoto (13-2) (switch from 145 for title fight)

2. Marcelo Barbosa (9-4)

3. Dieselnoi Por Pramuk (10-3)

4. Wayne Williams (8-4)

5. Uchimura Nakata (8-2)

6. Felix Jaroslav (6-1)

7. Korean Kimchi (8-4-1)

8. Sergei Petrov (5-2)

9. Sanka Coffie (7-2)

 

 

 

 

NR(yet to debut): Hiroki Tomori (8-2) , Preston Mason (9-2), Diego Carlitto (6-4), Sergei Petrov (5-2)

NR (inactive), Pekka Pikkarainen (8-3),

 

Title Fight:

28/10 Yodosawan vs. Kishimoto

 

 

Key Fights:

13/10 Nakata vs. Gbus (7-2-1)

17/10 Tomori vs. Mason

24/10 Williams vs. Carlitto (6-4)

24/10 Jaroslav vs. Kay (8-5)

 

 

145:

Champion: Daichi Kishimoto (13-2)

 

1. Petdee Sitsongrit (9-2)

2. Mickey Munday (6-1)

3. Chief Cheyenne (13-2)

4. Ruben Nevez (11-5)

5. Philip Zieske (7-2)

6. Hokuto Akira (6-1)

7. Swagga Beats (7-5)

8. John Mills (7-3)

9. Илья Муромец (10-3)

 

 

 

 

NR: (inactive):

NR(not debut yet): ,

 

Title Fight:

Kishimoto (currently at 135 for next title fight)

 

 

Key Fights:

12/10 Mills vs. Beats

13/10 Petdee vs. Akira

13/10 Zieske vs. Муромец

19/10 Munday vs. Cheyenne

 

 

 

155:

Champion: Bernardo de Barros (11-2)

1. Vernehri Ahma (7-0)

2. Evan Page (9-4)

3. Steph Curry (6-3)

4. Kevin Coburn (7-3)

5. Geanluca Lorezon (11-5)

6. Jorghino Marcelo (7-4)

7. Deklek Sitsongrit (8-6)

8. Xavier Merlin (9-5)

9. Arnar Agnarrson (7-6)

 

 

 

 

NR(no fight yet): , Danny Greene (8-2), Marcinho Sitsongrit (7-1)

 

 

NR (due to inactivity):

 

Title Fight:

tbc De Barros vs. Ahma

 

 

Super Fight:

De Barros vs. Toddler (RISE CHAMP)

 

Key Fights:

13/10 Deklek (8-5) vs. Curry

13/10 Jacobs (7-5) vs. Lorenzon

20/10 Marcinho vs. Marcelo

20/10 Greene vs. Armstrong (7-3)

24/10 Page vs. Agnarsson

 

 

 

170:

Champion: Kevin Daughtrey (12-2)

1. William Snowdown (9-0)

2. Power Shark (12-5)

3. Roy Whittaker(8-1)

4. Gideon Navarro (10-3)

5. Akira Harada (10-4)

6. Thor Odinson (7-2-1)

7. Ross Warring (9-3)

8. Edgar Arvstiyan (7-1-1)

9. Steve Butabi (14-4)

 

 

 

 

NR yet: ,

 

Title Fight:

14/10 Daughtrey vs. Snowdown

 

Key Fights:

14/10 Whittaker vs. Odinson

20/10 Shark vs. Navarro

20/10 Butabi vs. Warring

31/10 Harada vs. Arvestiyan

 

 

 

185:

Champion: Iso Paa (9-1)

 

1. Greg Bundy (9-1)

2. Jacob Rees Moog (13-2)

3. Ispa Mfer (8-2)

4. Dan Gee (13-2)

5. Wayne Benning (10-3)

6. Rear Breed (12-3)

7. Arthur Menezes (9-4)

8. Joey Hatton (14-4)

9. Kaz McStafferson (10-7)

 

 

 

 

NR: (yet to debut): Sebastian Halstenberg (8-2)

 

Title Fight:

tbc Paa vs. tba

 

Key Fights:

12/10 Mogg vs. Benning

12/10 McStafferson vs. Killbach (8-5)

21/10 Gee vs. Asznee (13-4)

26/10 Halstenberg vs. Homelius (8-3)

26/10 Mfer vs. Menezes

 

 

 

 

205:

Champion: Mister McNasty (11-3)

1. Blake Phoenix (14-3)

2. Bryan Schaub (13-2)

3. Jamison Cassidy (8-1)

4. Corey Smith jr. (8-2)

5. Ibrahim Camara (10-8)

6. Marky Mark (11-4)

7. George Lambton (10-5)

8. Boogie Rollins (7-2)

9. Rohit Sharma (6-1)

 

 

 

NR(yet to debut): ,Stepahn Letter (11-2), Bob Grill (9-1),. Joey Bob Potatoehauler(6-0)

 

Title Fight:

21/10 McNasty vs. Phoenix

 

Key Fights:

12/10 Sharma vs. Rubenstein (6-2)

19/10 Mark vs. Whymer (7-3)

19/10 Lambton vs. Leekpai (7-3)

21/10 Cassidy vs. Letter

21/10 Camara vs. Smith jr.

24/10 Grill vs. Potatoehauler

26/10 Rollins vs. Juan (10-6)

 

 

 

 

265:

Champion: Rick Piano (14-1)

1. Santu Avisu Kona (10-2)

2. Bill Shorton (10-3)

3. Derek Payne (12-1)

4. Gyokusho Fujimoto (9-3)

5. Milton Friedmann (12-5)

6. Akamu Kalani (9-6)

7. Travis Dillon (9-3)

8. Manu Mikkonen (7-2)

9. More is More iI (8-3)

 

 

 

NR()

 

Title Fight:

Piano

 

Key Fights:

12/10 Dillon vs. Mikonnen

14/10 Hip Hop (6-0) vs. Fujimoto

 

 

 

 

265+:

Champion: Massive Overflow (11-2)

 

1. Vick Venom (12-1)

2. Bob McDonald (10-2)

3. Arn Anderson (11-3)

4. Wladimir Yaroslev (8-3)

5. DeAngelo Montgomery(5-0-1)

6. Galactor Gigantus (11-3)

7. Jason Harris (7-2)

8. Ross Barkley (9-6)

9. Maxim Popov (9-7)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NR yet: , (switch from 265), ,

 

 

Title Fight:

27/10 Massive Overflow vs. Venom

 

Key Fights:

10/10 Popov vs. Montgomery

27/10 McDonald vs. Yaroslev

27/10 Gigantus vs. Mkubwa


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#447 RegularJohn

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Posted 08 October 2018 - 06:56 PM

Yodsawan is 10-2.


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#448 tomodinho

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Posted 08 October 2018 - 07:34 PM

Guaidre Geadais: Disappointing to not see my name on the heavyweight rankings, however I will keep beating dudes left and right and hopefully Mr.Boble will see.
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#449 Boble

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Posted 08 October 2018 - 10:18 PM

Yodsawan is 10-2.

 

Oh yeah and Dieselnoi is 10-4, forgot to update their records after the fight.....


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#450 Boble

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Posted 15 October 2018 - 07:34 PM

Sydney Fights a look into the title Race (Updated: 10/15)

 

 

 

 

 

135:

Champion: Yodsawan Sitsongrit (10-2)

1. Daichi Kishimoto (13-2) (switch from 145 for title fight)

2. Kento Ban Gbus (8-2-1)

3. Sergei Petrov (6-2)

4. Marcelo Barbosa (9-4)

5. Dieselnoi Por Pramuk (10-4)

6. Wayne Williams (8-4)

7. Felix Jaroslav (6-1)

8. Korean Kimchi (8-4-1)

9. Emilio Disi (4-1)

 

 

 

NR(yet to debut): Hiroki Tomori (8-2) , Preston Mason (9-2), Diego Carlitto (6-4)

NR (inactive), Pekka Pikkarainen (8-3),

 

Title Fight:

28/10 Yodosawan vs. Kishimoto

 

 

Key Fights:

17/10 Tomori vs. Mason

24/10 Williams vs. Carlitto (6-4)

24/10 Jaroslav vs. Kay (8-5)

04/11 Petrov vs. Por Pramuk

04/11 Disi vs. Carneiro (6-2)

 

145:

Champion: Daichi Kishimoto (13-2)

 

1. Petdee Sitsongrit (9-2)

2. Mickey Munday (6-1)

3. Chief Cheyenne (13-2)

4. Ruben Nevez (11-5)

5. Philip Zieske (8-2)

6. John Mills (8-3)

7. Stanley Kubrick (6-1)

8. Swagga Beats (7-6)

9. Jazz Clementine (8-5)

 

 

 

 

NR: (inactive):

NR(not debut yet): ,

 

Title Fight:

Kishimoto (currently at 135 for next title fight)

 

 

Key Fights:

19/10 Munday vs. Cheyenne

21/10 Nevez vs. Clementine

04/11 Petdee vs. Zieske

 

 

 

155:

Champion: Bernardo de Barros (11-3)

1. Vernehri Ahma (7-0)

2. Deklek Sitsongrit (9-6)

3. Evan Page (9-4)

4. Geanluca Lorezon (12-5)

5. Kevin Coburn (7-3)

6. Jorghino Marcelo (7-4)

7. Julius Wolf (8-6)

8. Steph Curry (6-4)

9. Xavier Merlin (9-5)

 

 

 

 

NR(no fight yet): , Danny Greene (8-2), Marcinho Sitsongrit (7-1), Jah Wobble (13-1)

 

 

NR (due to inactivity):

 

Title Fight:

04/11 De Barros vs. Ahma

 

 

Key Fights:

20/10 Marcinho vs. Marcelo

20/10 Greene vs. Armstrong (7-3)

24/10 Page vs. Agnarsson (7-6)

28/10 Wolf vs. Rivas (5-1)

04/11 Deklek vs. Wobble

04/11 Curry vs. Canthropus (5-4)

 

 

 

170:

Champion: William Snowdown (10-0)

1. Roy Whittaker(9-1)

2. Kevin Daughtrey (12-3)

3. Power Shark (12-5)

4. Gideon Navarro (10-3)

5. Akira Harada (10-4)

6. Ross Warring (9-3)

7. Edgar Arvstiyan (7-1-1)

8. Thor Odinson (7-3-1)

9. Mosi Kondo (6-1)

 

 

 

 

 

NR yet: ,

 

Title Fight:

04/11 Snowdown vs. Whitaker

 

Key Fights:

20/10 Shark vs. Navarro

20/10 Butabi vs. Warring

31/10 Harada vs. Arvestiyan

 

 

 

185:

Champion: Iso Paa (9-1)

1. Jacob Rees Moog (14-2)

2. Greg Bundy (9-1)

3. Ispa Mfer (8-2)

4. Dan Gee (14-2)

5. Rear Breed (12-3)

6. Wayne Benning (10-4)

7. Arthur Menezes (9-4)

8. Kaz McStafferson (11-7)

9. Zedidah Goldberg (7-3)

 

 

 

NR: (yet to debut): Sebastian Halstenberg (8-2)

 

Title Fight:

04/11 Paa vs. Moog

 

Key Fights:

21/10 Goldberg vs. Eskenpopoludopulos (7-0)

21/10 Gee vs. Asznee (13-4)

26/10 Halstenberg vs. Homelius (8-3)

26/10 Mfer vs. Menezes

26/10 Breed vs. Hatton (14-5)

 

 

 

 

205:

Champion: Mister McNasty (11-3)

1. Blake Phoenix (14-3)

2. Bryan Schaub (13-2)

3. Jamison Cassidy (8-1)

4. Rohit Sharma (7-1)

5. Corey Smith jr. (8-2)

6. Ibrahim Camara (10-8)

7. Marky Mark (11-4)

8. George Lambton (10-5)

9. Boogie Rollins (7-2)

 

 

 

 

NR(yet to debut): ,Stepahn Letter (11-2), Bob Grill (9-1),. Joey Bob Potatoehauler(6-0)

 

Title Fight:

21/10 McNasty vs. Phoenix

 

Key Fights:

19/10 Mark vs. Whymer (7-3)

19/10 Lambton vs. Leekpai (7-3)

21/10 Cassidy vs. Letter

21/10 Camara vs. Smith jr.

24/10 Grill vs. Potatoehauler

26/10 Rollins vs. Juan (10-6)

 

 

 

 

265:

Champion: Rick Piano (14-1)

1. Santu Avisu Kona (10-2)

2. Bill Shorton (10-3)

3. Derek Payne (12-1)

4. Hip Hop (7-0)

5. Travis Dillon (10-3)

6. Milton Friedmann (12-5)

7. Mika Allu (7-1)

8. Jake Woods (11-1)

9. Akamu Kalani (9-6)

 

 

NR()

 

Title Fight:

28/10 Piano vs. Hip Hop

 

Key Fights:

24/10 Friedman vs. Payne

31/10 Shorton vs. Allu

04/11 Dillon vsw. Woods

 

 

 

 

265+:

Champion: Massive Overflow (11-2)

 

1. Vick Venom (12-1)

2. Bob McDonald (10-2)

3. Arn Anderson (11-3)

4. Maxim Popov (10-7)

5. Wladimir Yaroslev (8-3)

6. Galactor Gigantus (11-3)

7. Jason Harris (7-2)

8. Kenrick Nickil jr. (6-3)

9. Ole Anderson (7-6)

 

 

 

 

 

 

NR yet:

 

 

Title Fight:

27/10 Massive Overflow vs. Venom

 

Key Fights:

27/10 McDonald vs. Yaroslev

27/10 Gigantus vs. Mkubwa

27/10 A. Anderson vs. Barkley

11/04 Popov vs. O.Anderson


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#451 RegularJohn

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Posted 15 October 2018 - 09:26 PM

Petdee is 10-2.


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#452 jjsquirrel

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Posted 16 October 2018 - 07:58 AM

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Great Tiger: My journey through the MMA world has now taken me to Sydney. A new place for me, but not for my manager who knows this city and org well. I know I'm one of the younger guys in this org and I will have to work my way up. But one day I will stand in front of you Daichi Kishimoto and redeem the honor of my manager, I will succeed where my teammate Glass Joe failed.

Unless the org collapses first.. I had some bad luck with that in the past. I really hope I have not brought the curse to SFC.


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#453 TheRealDon

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Posted 19 October 2018 - 04:59 AM

Quickest way to the last page was to reply. Yay two spin and win credits also.
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