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#101 Kd


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Posted 20 January 2019 - 07:55 PM

Group D
Weekly Round Up – Opening Round 1.1 
(19th Jan 2019)
Roar Dinosuar Jr v Alan Odrobny
(Dinosuar Jr def. Odrobny by Sub, 03:48 Rd 1)
Second seed Roar Dinosuar provided little surprise with a submission win over Polish brawler Alan Odrobny in the first round. It wasn’t entirely straight forward however as Odrobny was able to get a little offence in of his own in the clinch and even opening up a cut on Dinosuar Jr’s face before being taken down. 
Roar Dinosuar Jr will now meet Heitor Machado in what could be an extremely tough fight against a superior jiu-jitsu fighter. 
Alan Odrobny faces Johannes Boe and that one should also be a very tough fight 
Heitor Machado v Bubba Sparxxx
(Machado def. SparXXX by Sub, 03:55 Rd 1)
Heitor Machado was one of the only seeded fighters not predicted a top three spot come the end of this opening round but he managed to get of to a winning start against predicted struggler Bubba Sparxxx. Sparxx threw with power but was unable to land much on the feet before Machado predictably hit the take down and found the submission finish. 
Machado will now go into what is likely to be an extremely important clash for Group D’s overall standings as he meets predicted group winner Dinosuar Jr. Machado is slightly favoured in this fight
For Sparxxx, he meets Marcus St Stone and while he will be fresh for the fight, St Stone will be nursing a fairly significant cut that might boost Sparxxx confidence from the start
Marcus St Stone v Prince Thick
(Thick def. St Stone by TKO, 01:15 Rd 1)
Prince Thick took a step towards living up his distinction of being the only non-seeded fighter to finish in a top three spot with a competent display of striking against Marcus St Stone. St Stone pressed for the clinch throughout the short fight but it was in the end his undoing as Thick was able to beat him to the punch inside and picked up the TKO win in a little over a minute of the first round. 
Thick now meets Daniel Bradshaw in next weeks fight and that will be definitely be an interesting one while disaster for Marcus St Stone who goes into a tough fight against Bubba Sparxxx with a nasty cut that will not have a chance to heal
Daniel Bradshaw v Johannes Boe
(Bradshaw def. Boe by Dec)
Johannes Boe was expected to triumph in his opening round fight but it was Daniel Bradshaw who managed to pick up the win after a three round clinch fest was ruled in his favour. 
Bradshaw now moves into the 4th spot in the group with 2 Points and will face off against Prince Thick in next weeks bout. 
Johannes Boe faces a tough match up against brawler Alan Odrobny and that will be made even harder with a niggling injury that he will carry into it. 

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#102 WingerDaddy


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Posted 20 January 2019 - 08:07 PM

This is so good man. Top class from you, KD. I feeel blessed to be part of this tournament either win or loss.
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#103 Monsieur.Camara


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Posted 20 January 2019 - 09:10 PM

Good job guys !  

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