Claymore Elite Combat - Smack Talk Thread
Posted 13 April 2017 - 07:16 PM
Posted 27 April 2017 - 08:02 AM
Rui Rodrigo Germano (251258), PFC Light Heavyweight Champion.
I'm proud to announce signing a 5 fights contract with one of top MMA organizations in the world. I have closed long chapter in Powers Fighting Championship. Chapter, which had ups and downs, but as everybody could see- at the end I landed on top there. And talented opponents over there were not easy to beat. But now it's time for new chapter. Even harder one, and with bigger prizes.
Posted 02 July 2017 - 11:43 PM
Posted 10 July 2017 - 07:24 PM
The night began with excitement as Jason "Roid" Rage (250384) & Gary Gravity (222585) both scored KO's in their respective bouts to further their contention status and start the fight card off with a bang.
In the third and fourth fight of th evening, Kenton "KO" Okunaba (260284) saw himself take a Unanimous decision against Agustin Trujillo & "The Bulldog" Harry Milne (273127) also won a UD against KO artist Stan Marsh. Both Okunaba and Milne are riding two fight win streaks.
In the last preliminary bout "The Horned Viper" Aleksandar Kamenov (219180) scored a devistating One Punch walk off KO to win KO Of The Night honor against Nuke Lalloosh. Kamenov was dominant with power shots and patience, leading to a great finish late in the first round.
To start off the main card, Vesa Sykk (203018) took a contentious Split decision over Dag "Dregen" Daghammar (275889). The Veteran Sykk surprised everyone by taking the fight to the floor in all 3 rounds. "Dregen" did well throughout and had Sykk very badly rocked in round 3. Sykk would recover and work away, doing anything he could to keep the fight out of the clinch. In the end, 29-28 scorecards were across the board, two siding with Sykk, who now has won 4 of his last 6.
Next, The Lightheavyweight division saw a new clear contender come to light, as Keimah "The Soldier Of God " Animai (199446) submitted top ranked Ricky Blazer (244436) just over 1 minute into the contest. Both known as knockout artists, Animai quickly scored a suplex takedown and transitioned to Blazer's back and locked in the RNC. Animai has won 4 of his last 5, and is now 2-0 in CEC with two finishes and just over 2 minutes of fight time needed in total. Animai took home Submission Of The Night Honors with this performance. Blazer has now lost 2 in a row after going 7-1 with 7 KO's before this, expect him to be back strong.
Next, Cole Orion (265522) shocked the Tycoon world by stopping EPL 11 winner Zeus "Smiter Of Mortals" Obliteratii (232323) by way of TKO(Cut). Orion quickly opened up with hard power punches and strikes which opened up more than one cut on Zeus's face. Over the course of the first round, a countering Orion continued to clip Zeus with hard, crisp shots.
Zues did do well, scoring with leg kicks and prssuring with punches, but by the end of th first round, the blood loss seemed to be too much for the doctor to allow Zues to compete any longer. Orion has snapped his 3 fight losing streak and has his sights set on Syn' it seems. Zues is riding the only two fight losing streak of his career and said post fight he wants to get back to the top quickly.
In the Co-Main Event, Former 2 time CEC Middleweight Champion Bronson Steam (264392) solidified his Title shot rematch by beating a fellow legend and a former multiple time EVO Champion Rockmeteller "Rocky" Todd (228550) by Unanimous Decision. The first two rounds were quite close as both men kept distance and exchanged with punches. Steam had a slightly higher output and was able to keep his cardio sharp and continue his pace in round 3 where Steam did his best work. Todd seemed to tire in the third, but continued to fight hard and score with shots. In the end though, 30-27, 30-28 & 29-28 all in favour of Bronson Steam.
Steam with now face the winner of the CEC Championship fight between Champion "The Aussie Joker" Edward Stoker (251685) & former Trinity, GAMMA & EVO Champion, Steve "Bells" Belliveau (220767) on July 19th.
In the Main Event, the moment people have waited for, the CEC LHW Champion, Cornelius Carr (250957) faced off against P4P Legend, Karim Bashorov (212201) who is the EVO and MFN Champion still to this day. The lead up to this fight was intense as both fighters were focused and ready to scrap.
The fight began with both men starting off very strong, applying pressure in the first round, with no feeling out period. Carr was able to keep the fight standing and land a few more heavy strikes to most likely edge out the first round, but Bashorov was in no mood to make this a close fight. Bashorov upped his output significantly in rounds 2, 3 & 4, landing accurate shots at will and landing two major takedowns in round 3. Bashorov was relentless with forward pressure and accurate punches to wear his opponent down, his head movement and foot work looked A+ as he made Carr swing at air with heavy power shots threw the middle rounds.
Carr did stuff 15 of 17 takedown attempts but in a twist of events, the takedown attempts seemed to take more of a toll Carr, who stuffed the takedowns but was obviously worried about the shot, which allowed Bashorov to use his amazingly underrated Stand up skills to outbox The Champion.
In round 5 Bashorov looked to continue where he left off, scoring with accurate punches while avoiding most thrown at him. Until.....
and Carr counters with a crisp one two that drops Bashorov! Carr thinks about following him to the mat for a moment but instead steps back and waves Bashorov to his feet! Bashorov is in big trouble!
Bashorov Is rocked!
The arena absolutely exploded as Carr lands a vicious combination that would have put any normal human being to sleep instantly. The Audience jumped to their feet and did not sit down until the end bell had rung, the announcers could barely hear themselves over the ruckuss crowd of 92,668 fans.
But, as amazing as the knockdown combo was, Bashorov showed an even more amazing chin and heart, as he quickly rose to his feet and began again to stalk Carr again and walk him down with reckless intent, trying to make sure the final round was his and to leave no doubt in the judges mind.
At the end of 25 Minutes, Carr raised Bashorov's hands as they embraced and realized they had just put on an instant classic 80% fight rating which won them both Fight Of The Night Honors.
Bashorov is now the NEW CEC LHW CHAMPION and defends his Title against Antonio Jose De Sucre "The 2nd " (233977). As we all know, Bashorov went on a legendary 15 fight win streak before the Belliveau fight, and he looks to break the streak of De Sucre on an insane 15 fight win streak of his own. This is another classic in the making as Bashorov doesn't look to slow down and De Sucre easily faces his toughest task to date.
Written by: CEO, Bradley Burns.
Posted 21 July 2017 - 09:33 PM
Karim Bashorov Vs Antonio Jose De Sucre PREVIEW
By Alika Webb
This preview is brought to you by Urban Fighter, the number one clothing store in New York and the official sponsor of the living legend Karim Bashorov.
Claymore Elite Combat
CEC 530 - Karim Bashorov (33-6-1) Vs Antonio Jose De Sucre (22-13)
Whats more to be said of the legend that is Karim Bashorov? The living legend has been one of the most dominant fighters on the planet in recent memory. A decision loss in a superfight for the ages against Steve Belliveau proved but a minor setback as Karim Bashorov is back on track, once more he is the best in his division the world round. The number one pound for pound spot still eludes him but he is well on his way to regain his greatness of old and the next obstacle on his path to retake the throne is Antonio Jose De Sucre. On a fifteen fight winning streak is the challenger, undefeated since signing with a new manager almost a year ago. Can the challenger take advantage of the significant weight and age difference and make history or will the wily legend put his experience at the highest level to work and end the undefeated streak of the five year younger challenger?
Karim Bashorovs diversity is the key to his success. He can stand and trade with the best of them, a torrent of stinging punches raining over his foes while the threat from below keeps them on their toes. Like the kraken he lurks in the deep, always ready to drag his opponent to the mat. His grappling is his forte and its always a pleasure to watch the master at work. Thundering ground and pound blows, smooth transitions and lethal submissions are his trademark but the grappling wizard never takes any unnecessary risks. There is a sense of near perfection in the execution of his cunning game plans. Can the new CEC light heavyweight champion re-establish his dominance as he faces his first challenger?
Before this legendary fighter stands a beast in his own right, Antonio Jose De Sucre is an absolute striking machine. A true force to be reckoned with, Antonio Jose De Sucre has finished more fights than the champion and all his finishes have come by strikes. Like the champion, he loves to set a dire pace and swarm the opposition with a thunderstorm of hard-hitting blows. Ravaging kicks and savage punches take away his opponents will to win and raise his hand at the end but will the same be true for his next fight as Karim Bashorov is on a level this machine has never faced before. Will the ground game of the champion force the challenger to take caution or will he boldly keep moving forward with reckless abandon?
Great write up by Webb. Dont miss this fight.
Posted 25 July 2017 - 11:17 AM
Posted 10 September 2017 - 09:03 PM
Trevor "The Butcher" Reznick (231860) vs. Aatish "The Monk" Sunuwar (218364). Light Heavyweight Bout.
Two veterans face off as the main card begins. Rezneck was widely regarded as one of the scariest LHW fighters in Tycoon just 3 fights ago, and at the age of 34 looks to get back into the win column after 3 straight competitive losses to elite competition. He has unbelievable KO power with 26 knockouts and the cardio to go 3 hard rounds easily if needed, & his chin is also nearly perfect. Sunuwar is a 36 fight veteran with an experienced manager by his side, who holds awesome power in both hands with 17 of his 22 wins by KO. Sunuwar has won 4 of his last 5 fights and has had two stunning walk off KO victories in 3 bouts since joining CEC. This is a highly anticipated fight between two heavy handed guys but the difference could easily come down to who has the better chin, and Sunuwar on paper looks like he will have to be very careful with 8 of his 12 loses have come by way of KO/TKO.
Slade "Skank Hunter" Traylor (251236) vs. Ike Tronstone (267990). Heavyweight Bout.
Two newly managed fighters look for new found glory and it's another fight that spells a knockout. Traylor cruised through the ranks quickly and defended his UNFC Title a total of 9 times before moving to EVO as a young 26 year old. Traylor had immediate success and captured the EVO HW Title at age 27 and won a superfight with then Syn' Champion Gymer Alexandersson in the only decision win of Traylor's career. He then won another Superfight before dropping his title to once P4P King "Devilish" Itse Perkele (226820) by cut stoppage, he would then lose 2 of his next 3 fights to elite opposition in highly competitive bouts. After his loss to Now P4P King Kajun Puno, Traylor announced his retirement at the age of 30. 2 years later, Traylor has burst back onto the MMA scene looking to recapture his legendary P4P status in CEC with his new manager, top ranked Grant Brophy.
Ike Tronstone is a heavy underdog coming into this fight, but believes his experience and new management will play a big factor to get him a win. Tronstone is an Olympic wrestler with Devistating ground and pound, and solid hands on the feet, where he is not afraid to mix it up. Tronstone has never fought for a Title in MMA before, but has trained with Traylor in Nick Force's camp and says he knows he can and will beat Traylor by remembering their sparring sessions. He has 13 wins by TKO/KO. Tronstone shows no fear, but will have to get this to the ground very quick unless he wants a bad night with the Traylor's crushing power.
Matt Hunt (236785) vs Lexington "The Olympic SHW Champion!" Snape (218873). Heavyweight Bout.
Another brutal war between two big men will go down as fans are surely in for a treat. 48 TKO/KO wins between them and 26 KO losses between the two of them as well. How much you wanna bet this one doesn't go to the judges?
Snape is the Super Heavyweight Olympic Champion of 2015, and is widely regardless of one of the best clinch fighters of this generation, his knees and elbows are explosive and heavy, with pinpoint accuracy to land shots in the clinch. Snape has been showing huge improvements lately in his boxing and showing that he is becoming dangerous from a distance with his heavy hands. He has a recent KO victory over former CEC HW Champion Timur Rubin, so we know Snape still has what it takes to beat anyone on any given night. His Opponent, Matt Hunt is a 17 fight CEC veteran with 10 wins in the org. He has won 5 of his last 6 fights and looks to brawl his way to another KO of the night bonus. Hunt is ruthless, he charges forward with heavy bombs which more than usually do some serious damage, his clinch game and wrestling are also top notch but he does get hit.. a lot, and at Heavyweight, it only takes one punch or kick to put anyone to sleep. Hunt needs to fight technical, which he has shown he can do in the past, he needs to avoid the clinch and avoid charging into Snape's power, because Snape is most likely going to be waiting for heavy counter punches or knees which have been proven deadly.
CO MAIN EVENT
Chronic" Spawn Diego (269387) vs. Jamie White (236623). Lightweight Bout.
Spawn Diego is the former 2 time CEC Lightweight Champion and coming off a Title fight loss by way of TKO at the hands of the now retired Marcin Sokol. Spawn had went 12-1 before that, redeeming his only loss in recent momory against Martin Saint Louis. As usual, Diego was dominating the fight, but against The heavy handed Sokol, he got caught, and now faces another challenge to try and get his belt back for a third time. His power has been non existent lately but his technical prowess has been some of the best in the game, rarely losing rounds with his accuracy, he may want to switch it up in this fight because his opponent Jamie White is a heavy handed Englishman who although has never fought for a Championship, looks like he is at his best with 3 KO wins in his last 4 fights over some legit competition. White is a powerful specimen with vicious aggression, but that has left him open to get caught before and finished with strikes, but his chin is very good. White knows with a win here, he is undoubtably in line for the soon to be Vacant Title. White has found a home under King Kendrick management and looks sharp and motivated.
Both fighters were very intense at the weigh ins, as Diego and White engaged in a shoving match while facing off, having to be separated by security. It is not sure whether either fighter will face disciplinary action.
MAIN EVENT - CEC MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
Cole Orion (265522)© vs. "The Queensland Bomber" Edward Stoker (251685).
The newly crowned Champion Cole Orion makes his first Title defence against a former CEC Middleweight Champion, Edward Stoker. Both fighters have unanimous decision victories over the long time former Champion, Bronson Steam, and both won their Middleweight Titles from Steam. These two men have also met once before back at EVO 309, where Orion took a 5 round, Non Title fight victory over Stoker. The main difference now is that Stoker is under new management with Louis Princip since that fight and now we get to see two alliance mates put their friendship aside for the night. Louie vs Louis.
Orion is a pin point striker with one of the best chins in the sport, he's never been finished standing. His cardio and experience are now world class from fighting in top orgs such as CEC, Syn' and EVO and Orion always excels in the Championship rounds, his output is extensive and his awkward style and unpredictable strikes pose a tough challenge for anyone to overcome. Orion has only been in two Championship fights in his career, but has had 7, five round non title fights to his credit. It's also important to note that Orion usually has a height and reach disadvantage throughout his career, fighting at 205 & 185lbs but that hasn't hindered him and his speed makes him VERY hard to hit and he claims he would rather have speed then anything else. Orion promises to put on a show and says "Stoker will have to kill him in order to beat him". It's key to note Orion is partially blind in one eye from a childhood accident, he says this has never affected him in fighting or in life.
Edward Stoker is a fighter very much like his adversary, his chin has never been cracked and he has never been stopped standing. He is a very agressive striker who like Orion, mixes up strikes very, very often. Stoker is 5-1 since joining his new management team and has followed a gameplan from Louis Princip that rarely loses him rounds. He is a tall Middleweight who utilizes Stockton slaps and often trash talks his opponents mid-fight, which has mind fucked and froze more than a few of his opponents, leaving them open to being demolished. Stoker walks down anyone, with no regard for being hit and knows he can take a shot, he often takes a tit for tat approach and more than usually gets the better of exchanges in his fights. Stoker said post fight "Revenge motherfucker, I'm gonna make this a war and walk this midget down and pick him apart, he has no idea who he is fucking with. I'm a mean Aussie."
Two very similar fighters with awkward, high output striking spells for a Fight Of The Night contender. Orion will probably get hit more than he is used to in this fight against the taller Stoker, but also will find success due to Stoker's wild approach and forward movement at all times. Orion will have to fight tactically, use his leg kicks and use his superior footwork and speed to avoid the onslaughts of the bigger man. Stoker will get hit, but he makes sure he hits back hard, and that could very well be the difference. Both fighters are completely different from themselves when they first met, and their styles are sure to make for an amazing Championship fight. It's gonna come down to a decision unless a perfect punch connects, both of these guys have absolutely unbreakable chins. No clue who wins this, it's gonna be a close decision, I have no doubt.
Posted 10 September 2017 - 09:33 PM
Good job! Very in-depth write up. I am hyped! And I don't even know the fighters.
Posted 13 January 2018 - 04:42 AM
"The Horse" DJ Maximus (249855)
Jean Paul Garcon (268370)
So I came to CEC to honor my Aggressive Damage contact and on day 1 I bump into this weirdo. Ok some really freaky shit going down at this org. Please take a look at his training:
Posted 06 February 2018 - 05:05 AM
"The Horse" DJ Maximus (249855)
Here we goooooo the title fight has been offered.
The champ's manager has been staring at that contract for 2 days now He knows this fight doesn't need any judges. It's do or die for me, judges are totally optional.
Come at me bro
Posted 27 March 2018 - 12:43 AM
"The Horse" DJ Maximus (249855)
Silas "The Mona Lisa of KO" Monk (264971)
Ibrahim Camara: I want to thank Gus and the CEC organization for granting my fighter another title shot. The champ insta-accepted so respect to him also. This fight has been a long time coming, our camps have been on a collision course for a while and our first altercation is for one of the most important belts in the Tycoon world.
For this camp we kept it in house, did 0 talking and just studied the champ. This fight is never going to the judges. 100% this ends with one or both going to the hospital. This fight is what it's all about.
Posted 29 April 2018 - 11:07 PM
Dennis Page (Left) Gunter Vogler (Right)
We may be a bunch of old guys but we got some good fight left.
Dennis Page: Give me Kotetsu Yamamoto.
Gunter Vogler: I'll take on Seve Ballesteros or anyone above me.
Posted 05 December 2018 - 11:22 PM
Whatta fight this will be !
DJ: This will be my 3rd try at winning the CEC belt ! I will never stop trying You call yourself the Grim Reaper? From Hell? Hell's Kitchen maybe. I bet you smell like sweat and fish & chips and talk with a cuck British accent.
Fuck you ! When that cage closes I will show you Hell
Posted 28 February 2019 - 12:32 AM
DJ Maximus: My camp and I would like to thank the CEC brass for an amazing couple of runs. I was never able to capture the CEC belt but came so close x4. At the end of the day we had some insane fights and finishes, finishes and more finishes.
On behalf of Camp Camara a HUGE thanks to Gus and his organization, he always gave me a fair shake and I leave on a good note with a W on my last fight.
The Horse might be gone but the future might one day come knocking at CEC
Posted 21 March 2019 - 09:16 PM
I see the three cards you have booked all have spaces on them.. so.. What’s up?!
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