Jump to content


Photo

JAG Battle League - Trials By Fire Event Previews


  • Please log in to reply
68 replies to this topic

#1 Demo

Demo

    White Belt

  • Manager
  • 34 posts

Posted 28 May 2018 - 09:36 PM

                                                                                     1527458447trialbyfire_FINAL.jpg

 

 

Following a very successful debut event in Wild Bob's Bar in London the next exciting steps that this new Organisation JAG Battle League are taking is in Wild Bob’s Bar again on the 2nd June 2018.  There was nearly a full house for “Trials by Fire II” on 26th May but seemingly the happy hour in the Dog and Duck pub beside the venue went on for a bit longer than expected and the sing song in the pub caused a slight dip in the attendance on the night!  The Organisers have liaised with the Dog and Duck landlords and they have “pinky swore” that it won’t happen again, watch this space to see if their word is good!

 

Anyhow onto the next event which is another 8 fights in the cage with the lowest weight class of 145lbs going as far as the mammoth 265lbs class (that’s nearly 19 stone for us Europeans... ), I definitely wouldn’t fancy meeting Joe “Big Daddy” Stevenson in a dark alley as he is 199 cm / 6ft 5 inches and weighs 265 lbs / 19 stone.  He hails from St Louis and if he doesn’t make it in MMA there would always be a place for him on the Cardinals football squad!

 

Shiba Inu (0-1-0)                   Random Cole (1-0-0)

  41a2.jpg  V 4b10.jpg

 

Top Match on the night is between Shiba Inu & Random Cole.  Both of these fighters are relatively inexperienced with only one previous fight each before this event with differing outcomes for both fighters.  Inu’s first fight was against Patrick O’Malley who showed some boxing skills on the night to KO Inu after 2.40mins of round 2 in their fight.  Inu can fight well on the ground and has the ability to KO opponents and he will need to use all his tricks to bounce back from his debut loss.  Cole on the other hand is coming off of an easy 1.36mins first round defeat of Hai Farrell, Cole didn’t even have to break sweat for this fight.  Cole put his opponent down early and never let up pounding Farrell into tapping out.  This should be a cracking fight as I suspect both fighters will try to keep this one on the canvas and I would favour Cole as the winner of this bout.

 

Next to top of the fights on the night is the pairing of Jake Seabrook and Kenny Kyffin

 

 Record 1-0-0 (W-L-D                                       Record 0-1-0 (W-L-D)

 Jake “Wolf” Seabrook                                       Kenny “TheButchBoy” Kuffin

     35w22.jpg V 20b5.jpg

 

Once again two inexperienced fighters entering the cage for this bout, “Wolf” is a solid Muay Thai fighter and has the ability to floor opponents, admittedly in his debut fight he didn’t manage that as it took a split decision to award the fight to him following a close fight with Mate Jr recently.  There was so much clinching going in his last fight the referee was close to bringing out a table and chairs and lighting a candle for a romantic dinner for two in the middle of the fight!  Wolf’s opponent has been known as a bit of player on the dating scene so hopefully these two fight in the cage rather than make out :)  “TheButchBoy” is coming into this fight off a one fight losing streak where Henry Wallace made short work of him when defeating him after 1.22mins of round one when he landed a couple of good elbows and punch combos that caused the ref to step in and end his misery.  I think these 2 fighters are evenly matched skillswise with “Wolf” shading it in boxing skills but “TheButchBoy” being the better wrestler.  If “TheButchBoy” can avoid some punches and elbows from the “Wolf” and gets him to the canvas this could be an interesting fight.

 

Another pairing on the undercard is the fight between Adam Vierhoven and Joe Sliver two heavyweights

 

Adam “The Butcher” Vierhoven                            Joe “Grinder” Sliver

Record 1-0-0 (W-L-D)                                           Record 0-0-0 (W-L-D)

28w1.jpg V 31b28.jpg 

 

The Butcher has some experience of MMA with ont fight against Roth under his belt with Sliver stepping into the cage for the first time professionally tonight.  Vierhoven’s only ever fight ended after 1.32 mins of round one when Vierhoven got on top of his opponent on the night - Roth and nearly cracked his skull open with a nasty head shot and won by way of KO (Strikes).  Vierhoven is a very confident brawler and is not afraid to come out swinging and will do his best to take the fight to the canvas with his superior wrestling ability.  Vierhoeven is the better boxer of the pair but Sliver is by far and away the better Muay Thai specialist and expect him to use this to his advantage, he is also the taller and heavier of the pair so may have the power to take Vierhoven down.  If Sliver can keep standing for this fight and avoid the canvas I think he can land a win on his debut.

 

Another good pairing on the night is between the light heavyweights of Sancho and Steamo.

 

Victor “The Phoenix” Sancho                              Tone “No Luck” Steamo

Record 1-0-0 (W-L-D)                                         Record 1-0-0 (W-L-D) 

32w26.jpg V 39w20.jpg

 

Both of these fighters have only one fight under their belts and Steamo is not living up to his nickname of “No Luck” with a debut win against Alvin Goff where he controlled the fight from start to finish.  This was a very controlled performance from Steamo and it went to the third round before Steamo finally wore his opponent down and ended up hailing punches on his opponent to win by way of KO in 1.12 mins of round 3.  Very polished performance indeed and Sancho will have his work cut out for him in this fight.  Steamo has the better boxing skills of the pair and with Steamo’s Muay Thai skills this could either end up going the full hog or ending in the first round.  My money would be on Steamo on this fight and I expect him to come out brawling and taking the fight to Sancho, the two are well matched on the canvas and a stray knee or elbow could end this bout early!

 

Summary of the rest of the card is as follows:

 

Marcel “The Python” Dikoume                             John “Butterfly” Doe

Record 1-0-0 (W-L-D)                  V                  Record 0-1-0 (W-L-D

    

CJ “Bad Man” Johnson                                      Lyoto “Drago” Machida

Record 1-0-0 (W-L-D)               V               Record 0-1-0 (W-L-D)

 

Ian Laperierre                                                    Deanda Cohohnas

Record 0-0-0 (W-L-D)                 V                Record 0-1-0 (W-L-D)

    

Keilor Sanchez                                                  John “Big Daddy” Stevenson

Record 1-1-0 (W-L-D)                                 Record 0-1-0 (W-L-D

  

That’s all for now folks but here’s to another exciting night of fighting in Wild Bobs venue and that’s just the crowd we expect on the night!

 

Once again thanks to all the managers for helping make this great event happen and for releasing their fighters to us to bring this spectacle to the masses.

 

 

 

Setanta King


  • 5

#2 RegularJohn

RegularJohn

    Purple Belt

  • Manager
  • 468 posts

Posted 29 May 2018 - 12:11 AM

Great writeup! Pretty funny.

 

I'll look to get into the mix when I have a project ready. Good luck!


  • 1

#3 Gator001

Gator001

    Purple Belt

  • Manager
  • 592 posts

Posted 29 May 2018 - 01:00 AM

Nice write up


  • 0

#4 Demo

Demo

    White Belt

  • Manager
  • 34 posts

Posted 29 May 2018 - 05:26 AM

Thanks guys appreciate the positive feedback :)
  • 2

#5 barkbell

barkbell

    White Belt

  • Manager
  • 8 posts

Posted 30 May 2018 - 09:36 PM

Inu is going to break Cole's neck


  • 0

#6 Skenoj

Skenoj

    Brown Belt

  • Manager
  • 639 posts

Posted 30 May 2018 - 09:47 PM

sorry for off topic but please leave heritage,thanks


  • 0

                     giphy.gif


#7 Demo

Demo

    White Belt

  • Manager
  • 34 posts

Posted 31 May 2018 - 06:20 PM

@Barkbell to make it interesting on the night I'm willing to pay a $1,000 forfeit to you if Inu beats Cole on the night - have to put my money where my mouth is :)


  • 1

#8 barkbell

barkbell

    White Belt

  • Manager
  • 8 posts

Posted 01 June 2018 - 07:04 PM

Alright. Easy money.


  • 0

#9 barkbell

barkbell

    White Belt

  • Manager
  • 8 posts

Posted 02 June 2018 - 05:18 PM

wheres my money at


  • 0

#10 Monsieur.Camara

Monsieur.Camara

    Black Belt

  • Manager
  • 1,373 posts

Posted 02 June 2018 - 05:48 PM

sorry for off topic but please leave heritage,thanks

 

Hey man off topic but we got a bunch of fighters stuck in that org you work at.  Can you release?


  • 0

1510498238RFL_logo.png1496812091Untitled-3.png

 

 

 

 


#11 Demo

Demo

    White Belt

  • Manager
  • 34 posts

Posted 02 June 2018 - 07:47 PM

@barkbell sent you the cash there well done :)


  • 0

#12 Demo

Demo

    White Belt

  • Manager
  • 34 posts

Posted 02 June 2018 - 07:49 PM

@monsieur Camara I will speak to the boss and see what's happening.  you can send me a PM if you have some names of fighters and what the issue is


  • 0

#13 YungGreazy

YungGreazy

    Blue Belt

  • Manager
  • 92 posts

Posted 02 June 2018 - 08:43 PM

 
Hey man off topic but we got a bunch of fighters stuck in that org you work at.  Can you release?


  • 0

#14 YungGreazy

YungGreazy

    Blue Belt

  • Manager
  • 92 posts

Posted 02 June 2018 - 08:45 PM

You have fighters stuck? Have you ever contacted me and asked for fighters to be released? And, what reason do you want them released? Have I done something wrong to hurt your fighters careers? If you want fighters released, just contact me.
  • 0

#15 Monsieur.Camara

Monsieur.Camara

    Black Belt

  • Manager
  • 1,373 posts

Posted 02 June 2018 - 09:25 PM

You have fighters stuck? Have you ever contacted me and asked for fighters to be released? And, what reason do you want them released? Have I done something wrong to hurt your fighters careers? If you want fighters released, just contact me.


I quoted and was talking to Marius.

On topic: I don’t have any fighters in This one, nIs there an ID restriction? Like 330k?
  • 0

1510498238RFL_logo.png1496812091Untitled-3.png

 

 

 

 


#16 YungGreazy

YungGreazy

    Blue Belt

  • Manager
  • 92 posts

Posted 02 June 2018 - 09:33 PM

My apologies.
  • 0

#17 YungGreazy

YungGreazy

    Blue Belt

  • Manager
  • 92 posts

Posted 02 June 2018 - 09:34 PM

Nvm.
  • 0

#18 Monsieur.Camara

Monsieur.Camara

    Black Belt

  • Manager
  • 1,373 posts

Posted 03 June 2018 - 02:02 AM

No worries man.  I got Donald Trump and Humors if you want to sign 2 x 330k+ projects to your org.  They are not ready to fight yet but fuck it I'm a fighting manager and fight I will :) 


  • 0

1510498238RFL_logo.png1496812091Untitled-3.png

 

 

 

 


#19 YungGreazy

YungGreazy

    Blue Belt

  • Manager
  • 92 posts

Posted 04 June 2018 - 02:11 AM

Much appreciated. But we're 334k+. I would love to have your guys otherwise.
  • 0

#20 Demo

Demo

    White Belt

  • Manager
  • 34 posts

Posted 07 June 2018 - 09:09 PM

1527973946trials_by_Fire_III_v3.jpg

 

 

Next exciting event on the cards in the fantastic venue of Wild Bob’s bar in swinging London is Trials by Fire Part II.  Part II was sold out at the same venue following a quiet word in the ear of the local bar landlord in the dog and duck to make sure that everyone left the venue to attend the MMA showdown next door.  (Editor note: The quiet word in the ear was had by a 6ft 10inch bouncer by the name of “Mad Barry” who has been in prison more than he has been on the outside and had questionable morals). Anyway the previous event went off brilliantly and we would expect the same for this event

Top of the bill for the night is the showdown between Linhart and Sedlacek

 

Fred "The Little Thief" Linhart      Martin "The Python" Sedlace

Record 1-0-0 (W-L-D)         Record 3-0-0 (W-L-D)

1b13.jpg                                     34w22.jpg

 

Not sure about the nicknames on this fight but assume Fred’s nickname is from the time he spend in jail for petty larceny from his local Tesco store in Hornsey, he still claims to this day that the he was minding the TV, DVD player, Stereo for a friend in his apartment….  Heard that one before. But anyway Fred faces the more experienced Martin Sedlacek in this bout who is on a 3 fight unbeaten streak. Martin is well able to take a punch and indeed may have to take several from Fred who has pretty decent boxing talent and absolutely outmatches Martin in this department but Fred also has some skills on the canvas so he’s not to be underestimated as he won his debut fight by way of TKO in 3.10mins of round one against Whitehead.  The Python has won all of his 3 fights in round one with the longest fight he has had lasting 1.57mins so he comes out of the blocks early and aggressive. I would expect The Python to try to get in close to Fred and try to negate his boxing ability by bringing the fight to the canvas and keeping it there!


Next to top of the fights on the night is the pairing of Steve Jr & Shoemaker


              

Mark Steve Jr                               Jordan “AJ” Shoemaker

Record 0-0-0 (W-L-D)                  Record 1-0-0 (W-L-D)

14870305405472.png              29w20.jpg

 

This is Junior’s first fight and he is coming up against an impressive boxer in “AJ”, AJ’s debut fight ended with him not even breaking a sweat when he knocked out Rowe with a swift combo and the fight ended after 12 seconds of round one!  What a performance by AJ and he sweated more in the nightclub after the fight when he heard that the Playboy bunnies were in town for a swimsuit show. He is a brawler with a solid chin so expect him to come out swinging in this fight. The tale of the tape on this one is interesting in that both fighters appear weak on BJJ but AJ is the much better boxer and wrestler but with Jr being much better in Muay Thai, Jr will try to use his height advantage to good effect and keep AJ from getting too close and this should work in his favour!  I’d call this one in AJ’s favour

 

Another pairing on the undercard is the fight between Michaels and Sali



Pat “music” Michaels                     Bryan “Rower” Sall

Record 0-1-0 (W-L-D)                 Record 1-0-0 (W-L-D)

 

1w16.jpg            32w35.jpg

 

Both of these lads have only one fight each under their belt with differing fortunes, Music has a unanimous decision after 3 rounds against his first opponent when really taking it to the wire but losing by way of the judges opinion on the night and Rower won with an incredible 5 second win against his opponent!  Rumour has it that his opponent was cozying up to the Rowers arm candy and hence the aggressive start to the fight but that’s not confirmed at this stage. His first act of the night was to nearly take Lane’s head clean off with a kick. Given the sheer aggression of the fighters I would love to see Rower V AJ in the future to see what these two animals could do to each other in the ring :).  In relation to this fight there is not much really between these fighters with Rower slightly favoured when it comes to wrestling but they are pretty even other than that - I can’t call this one but if pushed I would lean towards Rower for this fight.

 

Another pairing on the night is between the Nakamura & Nasty


Shinksuke “The Artist” Nakamura            Jack “Nasty Pasty” Nasty

Record 1-0-0 (W-L-D)                              Record 1-0-0 (W-L-D)  

 

21b4.jpg                            37b28.jpg

 

This should be an interesting fight as Nasty (So Nasty he is named Nasty twice!) is bigger and heavier than The Artist but as we all know bigger isn’t always better (at least that’s what I keep telling my wife anyway !!) and The Artist is the much better boxer and Muay Thai fighter than Nasty.  The Artist lived up to his name in his first round when he came out dodged a body kick countered with a overhand punch and cut open his opponent - fight over couple of seconds later when he dodged a takedown attempt and landed the most fantastic right hand to knock Moody out cold after 30 seconds of round one!  Very confident performance from him on the night. Nasty performed well in his first encounter when he won by way of submission near the end of the first round of his first fight, he is a determined character and is a good wrestler so I would expect him to get in tight to Nakamura and try to keep him on the canvas while Nakamura will no doubt try to keep the fight standing.


Summary of the rest of the card is as follows:


Larry “Lump” Haggus                  Andreas “AndreasCY” Adamou

Record 0-1-0 (W-L-D)                 Record 1-0-0 (W-L-D

 

Marqos Brendao                         Roberto “Gonzalez” Genius

Record 1-0-0 (W-L-D)                 Record 2-0-0 (W-L-D)

 


Jere “Tappy” WIlly                        Ronald “Lightweight” Bush

Record 0-0-0 (W-L-D)                 Record 0-1-0 (W-L-D)

 

Nate “Nasty” Edwards                  Patrick “Boss” Simpson

Record 0-1-0 (W-L-D)                 Record 0-1-0 (W-L-D

 

That’s all for now folks but here’s to another exciting night of fighting in Wild Bobs venue and that’s just the crowd we expect on the night!


Once again thanks to all the managers for helping make this great event happen and for releasing their fighters to us to bring this spectacle to the masses.




Setanta King


  • 1




0 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users