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#21 DaBest

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Posted 23 October 2010 - 04:34 AM

I have a feeling that Junior Key is going to win by KO early on or he will take it to the clinch and just dominate his opponent there and score a KO or a Decision.
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Posted 15 January 2011 - 06:03 PM

After fight interview of CEC's new Light Heavyweight champ Tommi Hartola.

Congrats, Tommi.

Thank you. First of all I'd like to state that Viiksi Tolonen is a classy fellow and I hope that I can be even half the champ he has been. I'd also like to thank Gus Malcolm and his org for making this match come true.

Any thoughts of the fight you'd like to share with us? Did the fight go as you expected it would?

Uh, let me gather my thoughts for a sec here... I am still bit shocked for dethroning the champ. Umm... Yeah, I guess the match went out pretty much like we expected it'd go. Except I was bit shell shocked at first, when Viiksi stormed in like a bat out of hell. I mean I've watched each and every one of his matches at least three times and Alexander [Maynard] said he'd punch me in the face if I tried to talk any more about his match with Viiksi. Yet it was still a sobering experience to stand and strike with the legend himself. The way how Viiksi just viciously darts in and starts pounding your face to bloody pulp and kicking your ankles to bits 5 minutes a time, without missing a beat is something you have to experience before you can truly understand it, the pace he sets is just brutal.

My tactic was simply to weather the early storm and start picking him apart as soon as a suitable opening showed up. Thankfully I had an excellent camp to prepare me to the fight. While Viiksi kicks hard as hell, Kaarlo [Vihtala] kicks even harder. Kaarlo, if you are listening, let me state it one more time: In sparring you don't get extra points for crippling the other guy!

In the end of the second round I was grinning like an idiot, when it occured to me that the whole situation where I was walking in to torrent of strikes just to land a few of my own in return just seemed like a damned Rocky movie with a bunch of painful leg kicks added in. Thankfully Viiksi started to slow down in the start of the third and I was able to set the pace from there forward.


Any future plans?

Since both of us will be walking with a limp for the next weeks, I've already challenged Viiksi to a post-fight wheelchair race.


Thank you, Tommi.
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Posted 17 January 2011 - 01:40 AM

WOW! What a fight and what effort put in by both men. The legend that is Viiksi Tolonen has been dethroned, in one weightclass anyway! What a comeback by Tommi, I thought Viiksi was completely blowing away yet another challenger but a fantastic turnaround. Congratulations Tommi, no doubt we will find a willing challenger very soon boxing.gif

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Posted 01 April 2011 - 09:22 PM

Ok so here is a chance for any one of you to call out one of my guys. The following 10 guys will appear on 1 card but I will not be the matchmaker, it will be you. Do you think you have a fighter that has what it takes to beat mine? Then go ahead and issue the challenge, I wont turn you down, I have full faith in my fighters. If more than one person calls out my guy then the most logical option will be chosen using hype+pop and also p4p ranking, I promise you I will not take the fight I see as the easiest. Ok so the fighters are:

145lbs

Tommy McCall

155lbs

Dave Lee Vs Mark Worsely
Bobby Bruce Vs Joao Goulart

170lbs

Cris Carter
Tonto MacTavish Vs Yrjo Puska

185lbs

Jeff Ramrod Vs Harry Stroker
Rik McRae Vs Blake Edwards

205lbs

Ash Berry

265lbs

Vinnie Collins Vs Optimus Prime

265+lbs

Charlie McGregor Vs Bob Burnquist

Any questions you have just ask, otherwise issue your challenge guys :medieval:
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Posted 01 April 2011 - 09:39 PM

The previous post had the weight classes my guys fight at just now, it is not strict that these are what weight they fight at, I will consider moving them up if it is a better fight hype wise for the org.
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Posted 09 April 2011 - 09:08 PM

First fight confirmed at 170lbs

Tonto MacTavish Vs Yrjo Puska

The date of the event is still unconfirmed, May 21st or 28th seems likely though.
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Posted 09 April 2011 - 11:03 PM

Fight number two is agreed, it will be at 155lbs

Bobby Bruce Vs Illka Laitinen
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Posted 10 April 2011 - 12:47 AM

Another 155lbs fight has been agreed

Dave Lee Vs Mark Worsely
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Posted 10 April 2011 - 08:13 AM

A fourth fight has now been added to the card, a 185lbs fight

Rik McRae Vs Blake Edwards
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Posted 14 April 2011 - 12:42 PM

Another 185lbs fight has been agreed

Jeff Ramrod Vs Harry Stroker
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Posted 15 April 2011 - 09:44 AM

At 265lbs we have a challenger to my boy Vin, should be a good one this

Vinnie Collins Vs Optimus Prime
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Posted 03 May 2011 - 11:01 AM

One more fight to add to the Beat The Boss card which now looks like it will take place on June 5th. It is at 265+lbs, The Big Yin may have a difficult night ahead against a former title contender

Charlie McGregor Vs Bob Burnquist
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Posted 23 May 2011 - 10:46 AM

Cris Carter will fight at middleweight instead of his usual welterweight. Hopefully he can improve on his poor run that saw him removed from competing for a while.

Cris Carter Vs Marc Tong Panong
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Posted 23 May 2011 - 10:58 AM

Update on other fights that were previously agreed :

Vinnie Collins Vs Optimus Prime has been removed due to Optimus having a fight already arranged in his current org. This was mainly affected by the change of date for the Beat The Boss event by CEC management. We hope this fight can be arranged for some point in the future regardless of where it takes place.

Rik McRae Vs Blake Edwards has been cancelled after Rik won the middleweight title at MKFC and will be making a defence of that title instead of appearing for this event. Again, this is a fight I would love to make happen at some point as Blake will be a really tough challenge for Rik.

Bobby Bruce Vs Illka Laitinen was pulled after Illka won the CEC lightweight title and Bobby lost his last fight. Hype wise this fight made no sense anymore due to the gap between those fighters. Bruce will still appear at Beat The Boss though as a replacement fighter closer in ranking was drafted in as a replacement for Laitinen.

Bobby Bruce Vs Joao Goulart
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Posted 24 May 2011 - 10:23 AM

So our fighter interviews start here. With a weekend title fight in the 170lbs division we first hunted down the challenger in a nice little coffee house, with a name like Cappadonna Frappuccino, where else would I be likely to find him. A former champion at CEC, he sits in front of me looking relaxed and content with life. An open gym bag at his feet reveals some recently used gear, it is still early and he has already had his first session of the day.


So Cap, 16 of your 17 fights have been here at CEC, is it safe to say that you enjoy it here?

Do I enjoy CEC? You kidding me? You don't spend your whole career trying to be the champ in an org that sucks. Listen, I was born in Helsinki, I grew up in Helsinki, I train in Helsinki, my whole life is Helsinki. CEC is a massive part of Helsinki, and a massive part of my life. From the early days, I knew this org was the one for me. The support I've received, the opportunities for growth and development as a fighter, unbelievable. Sure I had one tune-up fight in the QFC, but after that I was headed to the top of CEC. I've been there once before and I'll do it again.

Who would you say has been your toughest opponent to date?

Well, I've bitten some tough cookies in my time. Smashed a few bums as well, y'know! But one that really stands out is a fight from a while back: Napoleon Dynamite. Back then, both of us were a lot less skilled. Me in particular, haha. He slapped me silly for three rounds, my punches were doing nothing man. Then it was all over in the fourth. I've had other losses, sure, but that one was bad, the last time I held the CEC belt.

You are one of only five fighters to have held the welterweight title, it has been a long journey back to the top for that title shot, did you ever feel it may not happen for you again?

"Don't stop! Belieeeeeeevin'!", man I love that song. I won't lie to you, after a while doubts can creep into your mind. Every time I put together a couple of wins, I'd make a silly mistake and get a loss. When I was let go by my last manager, I thought maybe I should chuck in the towel. But I've found new resolve, new focus, new direction and it's all upward. I've won four in a row, and for sure I'm running good but what better time to take back what has been MY CEC Welterweight belt?

You will be facing Pao Ling for the belt this weekend, he is the top ranked fighter in the whole org just now, do you feel that makes you an underdog?

Every dog has his day, bro. Pao Ling is high up the rankings on paper, sure, and he is a quality fighter. Maybe people will be saying I'm underdog here. But I see holes in his game, I see myself taking advantage of those and punishing him. If he underestimates me, he'll be very sorry, and so will his momma.

You obviously feel you can take the title from him if you took the fight, where do you feel you can win this?

Yeah I feel I can take the title, but just so you know, I'll battle any time, any place. Champion or not, I'll give it my all. Seriously, though, we've been working on a pretty complicated gameplan for this one, it's called the "punch him in the freakin' face" plan. I think he's got something similar going on. Let's face it we both love a brawl, and we could both be on the end of some nasty punches. But mine are nastier.

Finally, do you have any definite ideas of what you want to do next, win or lose?

I'm goin' to Disneyworld!

Thanks for your time Cap, I look forward to the fight this weekend. Good luck.
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Posted 24 May 2011 - 10:54 AM

I am out looking for the CEC welterweight champion to get a few words before his title fight this weekend. I head towards the gym I know he is training at today. A few faces are very familiar to me, some very impressive fighters are here today. Maybe they train here all the time, maybe they are here to get the chance to train with Pao, maybe they know I am coming and they want to try get a little interview of their own! No chance today though, I am here for one fighter and one fighter only. Pao gives me a nod to acknowledge my arrival as he watches some young fighters grapple, they finish up and he heads towards me, I do not envy Frappuccino at this moment in time. Throughout our time spent together he is not rude but you can tell he would rather be training than talking, the guy loves what he does.


Hi Pao, you look well, that's good. You are the top ranked fighter in CEC, without giving away too much, what do you think makes you so successful?

Sensational boxing, Wonderful Muay Thai, Remarkable wrestling and a purple belt in BJJ combined with a tailored gameplan for every opponent. Or did I give out too much? Haha.

Well your ability is there for all to see. Every fight you have ever had has been with CEC, why is that? Have you never been tempted to move to any of the "bigger promotions"?

CEC is my home. They've got a working system and we've got a working relationship. When I smash enough faces in, CEC starts to get recognized and becomes an even bigger promotion. There is no need to leave.

Nice to know you will be hanging around. Who do you feel has been your toughest opponent to date?

I believe it might have been Larry Burns. His reach advantage gave me troubles at first, but after I got the hang of it, the combinations started rolling.

You once rejected the chance to fight for the title you now hold, can you tell us any more about that decision?

It just felt like something was missing. I wasn't feeling comfortable enough in the cage to go for the title and in the next fight I got hammered. That fight showed me what I was doing wrong, so I fixed it and I've been doing right ever since.

Fair point really. Your next fight is against Cappadonna Frappuccino, do you consider him a serious threat to your title?

Everyone with KO power is a serious threat at this level. I believe he's too one dimensional for me and doesn't have a solid chin. Expect to see my hand raised.

What are your plans after the next fight? In each scenario, win and lose?

Who knows, maybe I'll test myself at 185 lbs? It's too early to say.

Hmm there could be some good fights at 185lbs involving you. Finally, is there any fighter you really want to see come to CEC to do battle with you?

No-one in particular, yet anyone who's willing to sign a multi-fight contract with the CEC. I welcome all.

Well good luck in the fight Pao, I imagine this could be a cracking event. I will let you get back in the mix here, thanks for your time today.
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Posted 04 June 2011 - 12:41 PM

So I am out and about on my mission to find the top CEC fighters to have a little catch up before their upcoming fights. Today I am meeting the number one contender in the heavyweight division, Riddick Wannick. I grab myself a triple shot latte from the local coffee house and head towards the gym Riddick trains at. It is early and very quiet as I walk through the door, Wannick is standing waiting on me, he smiles as I catch his eye. He has every right to be happy as his turnaround from his early fights in his career has been a great story and has landed him a shot at the champion.


So Riddick, after 21 fights, 13 of which have been here at CEC, you finally have a shot at being heavyweight champion, how do you feel ahead of the fight?

It's my first shot at a title and I feel like I have a good shot at taking the belt home with me.

Biggums has been tearing up the division since his arrival, how do you think you will match up with him?

I'm more well rounded than him and I'll use that to neutralize his boxing skills. He has one thing that can stop me and if I can weather the storm early I feel he'll crumble later in the fight.

Outside of his sensational boxing, on paper you look like you have an edge, on the mat may be key for you, is this a fair statement?

I'd like to test my skills with him standing up first and see how I handle it. I don't think taking him down will be an easy task. If I can he'll be in trouble.

CEC has been your home for some time now, I assume you are happy with life here? No changes on the horizon?

CEC has the most challenging fighters I've fought in my career and that's what's gonna keep me here hopefully with a title around my waist.

Lately a few 265lbs fighters jumped up to the heavier division of CEC, is that something you would ever think of due to the deep talent pool in your current division?

I'm not changing my weight class any time soon but it could happen in the future.

Which win has been your most memorable so far?

When I had a 1-4 record it was a do or die situation in my career. I ko'd my opponent in 5 seconds into the fight with a head kick. That turned around my career and I never looked back.

And finally, do you have any words to your opponent before this weekends fight?

I hope he's not taking me lightly cause I'm ready for 5 rounds of mayhem.

Thanks for taking the time out to chat Riddick, I know you have a hectic schedule. Good luck with the fight, as a fan I know how highly anticipated this one is.
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Posted 07 February 2012 - 05:40 PM

Michael Johnson is looking to get off to a great start in CEC. He's coming up against a much more experienced fighter in "El Ferras", Felipe Ferra Gomez.

How do feel about fighting in CEC?
"I'm delighted that CEC showed an interest in me, they are one of the biggest Orgs in Helsinki and if I remember correctly, they are ranked as one of the top 20 Orgs in the world. I feel that I can really showcase my skills here in CEC and hope to put on great performances."

How do you feel about your last fight?
"My last fight left me very frustrated. My camp and I felt very prepared going into that fight, we wanted to keep it standing and hopefully get the TKO/KO, I got put under pressure by Jeff Williams and went for the takedown which I got, straight after that takedown he locked in the submission and it was over in a flash, a moment of madness which has caused me a couple of nightmeres since. It's in the past, and I have said before that I'm always looking to improve, I'll learn from that mistake and become a better fighter as a result."


What's the gameplan for your fight?
"Me and my camp have been watching videos of Felipe's past fights, studying his movements and as a result I feel suitably prepared for this fight. We know he has a lot of power in his hands and that he's a great boxer. His record speaks for itself, 10 of his 16 wins have come by TKO/KO. We also know there is a few areas where he has a slight weakness, other fighters have highlighted this for us as he has lost 13 of his 29 fights."

Anything you wish to say before you leave?
"Just want to say a big thanks to CEC, thanks to my manager, to my gym Team Finland and all my sparring partners there, and finally a big thanks to all my fans!"



Looks like the Johnson vs Gomez fight at CEC 194 could be an Of The Night contender..
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Posted 21 January 2014 - 07:41 AM

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Rocky "HIGH TILL I DIE" Mercurius (53111)-''hey there bitchboy Craig Hanks,i can see you boasting about your past achievements in your bio. oh well i don't give a rat's ass about that crap so fuck you and your past achievements.for the time being i recommend you should just sit on your mama's lap and lick her nipples till you suck up every last drop of milk.you know the calcium present in the milk will make your bones stronger.that is exactly what you need as i am gonna hit you so fucking hard that even your heavenly ancestors will be able to hear your voice of AHHH!!''


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Posted 21 January 2014 - 08:33 AM

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Humberto "EL SALVADORIAN KILLER" Cruz
(40338)-''Hello folks,i apologize for not fighting for a quite a while.Had a bad patch in my mma carrer recently.a hattrick of losses and my earlier manager left my side. when i needed my managers backing the most that puss left me on my own.I hope that motherfucker rots in hell.However under my new management i am feeling very confident and the manager has shown cent percent faith in my abilities.Training is on boost mode.i am just fixing my weak links which i don't have any.haha
i heard from a new channel that i am facing some bitchass nigga named Marlon Worthy from U.S. In a perfect world i will whip that guy's ass for 3 rounds.however as we all know that the world ain't perfect so i will Knock him the fuck out via head kick in very first round.believe me the SALVADORIAN KILLER is back.''


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