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#1 bjornmma1

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Posted 08 October 2014 - 08:42 PM

Wouldn't it be nice to have an extra award handed out at the end of the year for the fighter who endured an immense beatdown and still wasn't even knocked down? The Granite chin of 2014 award or something like that :P

I nominate my fighter George West
read the following fight and you will understand why:
http://www.mmatycoon...php?FTID=651522
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#2 GBK16

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Posted 08 October 2014 - 09:26 PM

Don't mean to sound harsh here, but from the stats at the end, he definitely went extremely high accuracy/low damage.

 

Impressive overall though


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#3 verbalkint

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Posted 08 October 2014 - 09:27 PM

Let's call it the "Jamie Anderton Award for outstanding badass-ery and toughness" and award it to his namesake on yearly base i'd say.


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Posted 08 October 2014 - 10:08 PM

A challenger appears

 

He ate 100 leg kicks and 25 head kicks, that's 6.7 leg kicks and 1.7 head kicks a minute for 15 minutes straight and was still standing at the end. He was rocked in the fight and my fighter has a solid chin so I don't think he was going pure accuracy either.

 

My numbers are lower but the fight was also 10 minutes shorter.


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Posted 08 October 2014 - 10:37 PM

Don't mean to sound harsh here, but from the stats at the end, he definitely went extremely high accuracy/low damage.
 
Impressive overall though

I thought that didnt are affect clinch strikes?
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#6 bjornmma1

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Posted 09 October 2014 - 09:27 AM

A challenger appears

 

He ate 100 leg kicks and 25 head kicks, that's 6.7 leg kicks and 1.7 head kicks a minute for 15 minutes straight and was still standing at the end. He was rocked in the fight and my fighter has a solid chin so I don't think he was going pure accuracy either.

 

My numbers are lower but the fight was also 10 minutes shorter.

a guy with dangerous knees  landed an average of 9.44 knees per minute and he wasn't even wobbled. I'm interested if there are other managers with a fighter who has so strong during such a beatdown. So far , i haven't seen one .


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Posted 09 October 2014 - 04:05 PM

I feel like the hiddens actually say more then what you're looking at, solid chin > no chin in TOTT, since his chin is better he clearly took a bigger beating to get him to the stat that he was rocked in the first place. Dangerous knees =/= KO power it just means he his knees secondary is high.

 

This isn't even something I'd be the most proud of, I just don't really mind that it happened since Everette is my first actually project so he's just there for me to be learning the game and bumps like this only help me learn to avoid it in the future.


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#8 bjornmma1

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Posted 09 October 2014 - 05:48 PM

I feel like the hiddens actually say more then what you're looking at, solid chin > no chin in TOTT, since his chin is better he clearly took a bigger beating to get him to the stat that he was rocked in the first place. Dangerous knees =/= KO power it just means he his knees secondary is high.
 
This isn't even something I'd be the most proud of, I just don't really mind that it happened since Everette is my first actually project so he's just there for me to be learning the game and bumps like this only help me learn to avoid it in the future.


my fighter is no project, but I like how he hasn't been finished yet. For this fighter, if he loses, it's not that bad, I just hope to see him without getting ko'ed as long as possible. I just think it's cool, that's all. It's a nice story in my opinion, but clearly not everyone agrees since someone voted down
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