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Posted 16 December 2009 - 09:29 AM

Welcome back to BFC: Unleashed! In tonight's brand new episode, we compile all the ins and outs of BFC 15: Kong vs Hughes. At this event, Hell's Balls Fightwear was handing out $500 and a hoodie to the best submission, best KO, and best fight of the night. On top of those bonuses, BFC President Matty Blayze handed out some special bonuses for everyone that "fought the Blitzkrieg way" as he likes to call it. But, we'll get to those bonuses soon enough. Let's take a look at these fights!

To open up the event, Shooter McGavin faced Jessie Tuggle in the heavyweight division. Both new fighters wanted to make an impression on the crowd and came out swinging. The first round was absolute electricity and not a single fan was sitting. Both fighters went back and forth exchanging very hard shots! However, after the first round, it was clear what that type of fighting had done to their condition. Each following round was comprised of McGavin dropping Tuggle with strikes and then laying on him for the rest of the round just praying the fight would end. After the final bell rung, both fighters immediately dropped to their backs sucking air knowing they had just earned the Hell's Balls Fightwear Fight of the Night, but only McGavin would go home with the unanimous decision.

In the second bout of the evening, Alf Histon and Gaia Ky met at 155 pounds. Histon had no qualms about shooting immediately for a takedown, but Ky would have no part of it. Ky deftly avoided every takedown attempt and answered back with vicious punches to the head. After just 79 seconds of this, Histon was sleeping face down on the mat. Unbelievable KO!

Next, Vitor Bain battled Rumor Chance in welterweight action. Chance wanted to impress the crowd in his first professional bout, and impress he did. He pulled Bain into the clinch and brutalized him with repeated blows to the head. At 1:41 of the first round, the ref stepped in to show some mercy to Bain. Powerful performance from the newcomer!

Then, Mike Bessenger entered the cage opposite Huaka i Po. Bessenger did himself no favors by showing up to the fight completely out of shape. Po avoided a pair of takedown attempts and fired back with a vicious combination. In just 12 seconds, Po was celebrating and Bessenger was sleeping. Po takes home the Hell's Balls Fightwear KO of the Night for that insane knockout!

In light heavyweight action, John Malat squared off with Jack Stone. Stone attempted to work his boxing standing and follow it up with some ground and pound. Stone was coasting his way to victory when Malat took his back with less than 30 seconds to go. Stone tried to ride it out, but was forced to tap in what has got to be the come from behind victory of the year! Give that man the Hell's Balls Fightwear Submission of the Night!

Soon after, Joshua Brown faced Jaime Cantolionne. In the opening seconds of the bout, Brown nailed Cantolionne with a combination that left him dazed and bloodied on the mat. Brown wasted no time in jumping to the ground and finishing Cantolionne with one more vicious shot. In just 18 seconds, Brown was declared the victor!

Following that was an instant classic between Jonathan Moxon and Hamms Beer. As fans of the sport, we've all watched a fight so thrilling that we immediately clamored for a rematch. This is one of those fights! From bell to bell, Moxon and Beer fought relentlessly to impose their will. Moxon took Beer down and tried to get submissions. They'd get back to their feet and BAM! Beer takes Moxon down and starts battering him with his ground and pound. Both fighters showed a warrior spirit and didn't stop trying to end the fight until the final bell. After three rounds of back and forth action, Blitzkrieg saw its first ever draw and its first ever recipients of the special Matty Blayze "Blitzkrieg"-style bonus! Wow! If you're like me and you want to see this rematch, fear not. I've got word from the big wigs that they are already negotiating the terms!

Up next, Kikeona Kulani had a bout with Anthony Desperado at 170 pounds. Both fighters used wrestling to supplement their boxing in this war of attrition. After a very close first round, Desperado started to turn the tide in his favor as Kulani began to tire. As the final moments crept up, both fighters threw caution to the wind and began a torrent of punches that had the crowd on their feet. After three rounds, Desperado earned the unanimous decision!

In the co-main event of the evening, Rock Gracie stepped up for a fight with Ister Band. Gracie wanted to keep the fight standing for a boxing match, but also threw in a takedown to confuse Band. On the other hand, Band felt the exact opposite. He would mix up his takedowns with the occasional strike to keep Gracie on his toes. Likewise, their ground games were equally different. Gracie looked for submissions while Band wanted to ground and pound. Ultimately, it came down to the last round and in a decision that will be debated for years to come, Gracie earned the nod in a split decision while both men received "Blitz"-style honors.

In the main event of the evening, Benoit Kong put his undefeated streak and welterweight title on the line against Matt Hughes. In a fight that was more fairy tale than realism, Hughes survived being rocked and mounted in the first round. Hughes came into the following rounds realizing not only how dangerous his opponent was, but how he had to proceed. He used strikes to set up takedowns and controlled Kong on the mat while working for submissions. After 5 non-stop grueling rounds, all three judges scored it 49-46 for Hughes. With that, Hughes becomes the second ever Blitzkrieg welterweight champion of the world and the first man to take a title from a BFC title holder while both fighters share an additional bonus for putting on a show that the Blitzkrieg fans would enjoy.

Unbelievable! If you like predictable fights, you have my sincerest apologies. Blitzkrieg is keeping fighters and fans on their toes with these legendary bouts. We've seen new levels of entertainment in the MMA world and new lows for the men that thought they would stay on top. While it may be difficult to predict the topsy turvy world of MMA, one thing remains a constant: BFC is the only place to see top-level fights in Hilo. Period! Until next time, thanks for tuning in!

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Posted 21 December 2009 - 07:30 AM

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Posted 21 December 2009 - 03:06 PM

The Ultimate Manager debuts on Jan 1:

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Posted 22 December 2009 - 05:59 PM

Here we are with another jaw-dropping episode of BFC: Unleashed brought to you by the fine folks at Blitzkrieg Formula 5000, the only source for 159++ rated recovery in Hilo. By now, everyone has heard about the unbelievable fights that went down at BFC 16: Uku pana'i, but BFC: Unleashed is your exclusive source for official analysis. Let's get to it!

Getting the night started was a bout between Dakota Smith and Eddie Bones. Both men wanted the fight on the ground and battled for position. Unfortunately, this was one of those cases where they seemed to negate each other. Neither man could get the definitive upper hand much less the submission win. After three back and forth rounds, all three judges saw the fight 29-28 for Smith.

Following that, Aumakua Mano faced Bjorn Smackdown at 185 pounds. Mano had some difficulty getting Smackdown to the ground, but once he did, he easily controlled Smackdown and threw in the occasional strike or submission attempt. Standing Smackdown had issues finding his range and whiffed almost every punch he threw. After three rounds, all three judges saw the fight 30-27 for Mano.

In the third bout of the night, Uncle Dad and Hoshi Hotaru met in the heavyweight division. Dad used his impressive reach to land numerous strikes to Hotaru who could only cover up and dive in for takedown attempts. At, 3:14 of the very first round, Dad connected with a big right hand that had Hotaru out on his feet. Another shot dropped him and the ref jumped in to stop the fight.

Next, Nickolas Bryant squared off against Mike Shields. Shields wanted to work his striking game, but Bryant had other plans. Bryant quickly took down Shields and began a volley of strikes that Shields could not handle. After being mounted, Shields had no escape and began absorbing a lot of punishment. The referee put an end to the beating and the fight at 2:56 of round one.

Soon after, Jamie Maddrox and Ragnar Danneskjold made their way to the cage. Danneskjold used excellent strikes to set up his takedowns, but unfortunately, this played right into his opponent's gameplan. Just two minutes into the second round, Maddrox locked up a triangle choke and in doing so, earned himself the Hell's Balls Fightwear Submission of the Night!

Then, Kiyoshi Yamada and Kris Napiera entered the arena to a chorus of cheers. Both fighters put it all on the line and it showed. Devastating strikes made way for explosive takedowns. Neither man backed down, but only one would leave the cage in victory. Yamada clipped Napiera with a powerful combination and finished him off with another strong punch just moments into the third round. With that, Yamada has earned himself two bonuses: the Hell's Balls Fightwear KO of the night and Fight of the Night! Wow! Commanding performance!

In light heavyweight action, Sigmund Freud fought JB Penniless. After Penniless clinched, Freud pulled guard and began throwing out every submission he could think of. After a brief battle for position, Freud locked up a triangle choke with mere seconds left in the first round. With every fight, Freud is looking more and more deserving of the highest honor: a shot at the championship.

When Cody Willis entered the cage opposite Vernon Turner, you could feel the electricity in the air. Willis took the cautious approach and paid for it. Turner came running at him with takedown attempts followed by absolutely brutal ground and pound. What Turner lacked in accuracy, he made up for in damage. After three rounds of domination, the judges scored the fight 30-27, 30-27, and 30-26 for Turner. If he can keep this up, he's gonna be the top contender soon.

In the co-main event of the evening, Carlos Norris Jr attempted to climb the heavyweight ladder in a bout with Reinhard Galt. After planting Norris Jr on his butt early in the first round, Galt controlled from the top and awaited a referee standup. Back on their feet, Norris Jr left himself wide open after a head kick attempt and Galt jumped in with thunderous punches. The referee did his best to protect Norris Jr who was so out of it that he tried to take the ref down. With another win like that, you have to think Galt is nearing a title shot.

In the main event of the evening, the veteran Thiago Infamous faced relative newcomer Justin Keen in the welterweight division. After a very close first round, Keen turned up the pace and began to control Infamous standing, in the clinch, and on the ground. This varied assault left Infamous with very few options. Despite earning a chorus of boos for lack of action, Keen took the unanimous decision. He's gonna need to work on getting back to finishing fights if he wants to earn the fans' respect as well as a chance at the title.

What more can I say? This event gave us a taste of some fighters that are likely the future of this tremendous organization. You may not always know what kind of show you'll get when you tune in, but you know it's gonna be the same level of entertainment you've come to expect from Blitzkrieg. Until next time, thanks for tuning in!

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Posted 28 December 2009 - 03:59 PM

Welcome back to BFC: Unleashed! Tonight's show is a special one as we give you a look at BFC 17: Orange vs London. This was a sold out event at Hayashi's Lounge right here in Hilo and was capped by the Lightweight Title Fight between Philip Orange and Jimmy London. But before we get too far into that discussion, let's take a look at the undercard.

Getting the event underway was a lightweight bout between Coconut Jones and Scott Hammerston. Hammerston wanted no part of Jones' stand-up game and immediately took him down. From there, it didn't take long for him to use his vastly superior jiu jitsu to secure an armbar and the win.

Then, Martin Ruzicka met Tyler Roberts at 205 pounds. Roberts offered almost no offense to the newcomer. Ruzicka looked impressive in his debut and after a series of leg kicks distracted his opponent, he went high and got the KO. With that, Ruzicka earns not only his first professional win, but also the Hell's Balls Fightwear KO of the Night!

In the third bout of the night, Frank De Visscher and Andrei Arlovski battled in the heavyweight deivision. De Visscher swung wildly but came up with nothing. Arlovski stayed calm and picked his shots carefully between takedown attempts. Just three minutes into the very first round, Arlovski caught De Visscher with a brutal series of punches that forced the referee to stop the bout.

Next, Kiho Mithiago entered the cage opposite Jonas Torsted. If you blinked, you probably missed it. Torsted unleashed an ungodly hook onto Mithiago's chin. Mithiago awoke to his corner standing around him looking nervous while Torsted was declared the victor. Incredible power from Torsted!

After that, John Manning squared off with Tim Collins. Both men were eager to get the fight to the mat, but once there, Manning was thoroughly outmatched. Collins used strikes from the top position to batter Manning. After three rounds of domination, it was clear by the lumps on Manning's face that Collins was taking the unanimous decision.

In middleweight action, Freddy Fresca took on Randy Bain. Fresca would have liked to make this a boxing match, but Bain took him down with such frequency and ease that he barely managed to get a punch off. Bain absolutely destroyed Fresca with his picture perfect ground and pound. Fresca refused to give in, but after three rounds, it was clear that Bain was the victor.

Following that, Slava Tikhonov and Dane Hasslock made their way to the cage. Hasslock unleashed a barrage of punches that had Tikhonov bleeding badly. Tikhonov realized he had to end the fight quick if he wanted to avoid a doctor stoppage, so he took Hasslock down immediately. After a few shots softened up his opponent, Tikhonov slapped on a rear naked choke that forced Hasslock into unconsciousness. Tikhonov earns himself the Hell's Balls Fightwear Submission of the Night award with that textbook submission.

Soon after, Kris Young faced Jacob Collins at 185 pounds. For three rounds, Collins made Young look like a rookie. Young could not find his target no matter how many times he swung. Collins picked his shots and his takedowns and easily outclassed Young en route to a unanimous decision. You've got to wonder how he matches up with the other top prospects in the middleweight division. This kid is scary good!

In the co-main event of the evening, Thor Wood and Uri Petrenko battled in the welterweight division. Wood started the first and second rounds by dropping Petrenko with vicious strikes. Petrenko tried to work his ground game but was stifled by Wood's superior top game. Wood opened up the third round in the same manner as the previous; by sending Petrenko crashing to the mat. However, this time the ref had seen enough and waved off the fight. The two will share the Hell's Balls Fightwear Fight of the Night honors, but only Wood will be looking at a step up in competition. If he can keep this up, he's destined for a title shot.

In the main event of the evening, Philip Orange put his undefeated record and lightweight title on the line against Jimmy London. Within minutes of the opening bell, it became clear to the attending audience that London did not want to be locked in that cage with the champ. His strategy can best be described as the "wet blanket" technique. Although, Orange was not deterred by this approach. He threw the occasional strike to set up takedowns of his own. On the mat, he was the far more active and effective fighter. He actively looked for submissions while London did everything he could to avoid fighting. After five rounds, all three judges saw the fight for the champ who has now made his first career title defense!

Congratulations to our reigning champ and to all of our winners tonight! What an incredible night of fights! I suspect we'll see more from these talented prospects in the future. Until next time, thanks for tuning in!

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Posted 29 December 2009 - 11:44 PM

Here we are once again with BFC: Unleashed, brought to you by Hilo's number one supplement supplier, Blitzkrieg Formula 5000! Tonight, we take you back to that fateful night where rabid MMA fans packed into Hayashi's Lounge for BFC 18: Mele Kalikimaka!

Opening the event was a bout between two men looking for their first professional win: Jack Raiden and Mike Strickland. Strickland seemed to be there just to pick up another paycheck as a professional punching bag. He attempted almost no offense as Raiden pulled him into the clinch and teed off on him. In just over a minute, Raiden had stopped Strickland with knees and picked up his first career victory.

Next, we saw a light heavyweight showdown between Thiago Dos Santos and Anakoni Awahalla. While neither fighter was really able to get their opponent in trouble, Dos Santos avoided dozens of takedown attempts and was able to land some knees in the clinch. This coupled with Awahalla's inability to mount any level of offense earned Dos Santos the unanimous decision.

In the third bout of the night, Luke Steele faced Able Nox at 185 pounds. Steele wanted no part of Nox's stand up and only tried to take him down. Nox let his legs answer back with vicious body kicks followed by brutal head kicks. At 1:16 of the very first round, Steele was out cold and Nox was declared the victor.

Following that, Tarcisio Pell battled Rob Halaki. Pell failed to find his range and after a takedown from Halaki, Pell was a fish out of water. Halaki softened his opponent with strikes and secured a kimura and the victory at 2:39 of round one.

Then, Darth Vitor entered the cage opposite Bill Brasky. Both fighters were content to stand and trade, but Brasky was far more effective. After missing a body punch, Vitor ate two big right hands from Brasky that sent him to the mat. Brasky followed up with a swarm of strikes that forced the referee to call the fight. Brasky has earned himself the Hell's Balls Fightwear KO of the Night for that impressive display.

In heavyweight action, Rod Rider squared off with DJ Barnes. Barnes landed a head kick that cut Rider early and it seemed to effect his vision. He was unable to get the fight to the ground and a pair of head kicks from Barnes ended his night early. After just 37 seconds, Barnes was declared the victor.

Up next, Tom Foolery and Steve Manahan put on a show at 155 pounds. Foolery started the fight by throwing heavy leather and Manahan seemed content to sit and eat it. While Manahan waited for the perfect opportunity, Foolery made his own opportunities and seperated Manahan from his senses in just 40 seconds. Brutal!

After that, Kaleki Oliweli faced Rick Jenkins in the light heavyweight division. Jenkins had only one gameplan: shoot for the takedown. Unfortunately for him, he failed miserably and suffered a beating at the hands and feet of Oliweli. On the two occasions the fight went to the ground, Oliweli avoided the submission attempts and most of the strikes of Jenkins en route to a unanimous decision.

In the co-main event of the evening, Josh Wentworth faced undefeated prospect Hawkeye Pierce. In what can best be described as a grappler versus striker match-up, Pierce picked apart Wentworth on the feet. Wentworth's only offense came from repeated takedown attempts, but Pierce proved difficult to submit. After three rounds of back and forth action, all three judges saw the fight 29-28 for Pierce. However, both men have won a piece of the Hell's Balls Fightwear Fight of the Night award.

In the main event of the evening, the very tough Kal El faced the undefeated Busta Rhymes for the first ever Blitzkrieg light heavyweight championship! Rhymes ate a couple punches from El before getting his head into the fight. Rhymes ducked a head kick and shot in for a takedown. El attempted to avoid damage but was hit with some ground and pound before opening himself up for a kimura. Rhymes seized his the opportunity and his arm for a victory just 65 seconds into the bout. With that, Rhymes has become the light heavyweight champion of the world and earned himself the Hell's Balls Fightwear Submission of the Night award. Unbelievable!

Wow! What more can be said about Rhymes? That guy is absolutely on fire right now! Blitzkrieg is without a doubt home to the very best in Hilo... nay, the world! Until next time, thanks for tuning in!

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Posted 30 December 2009 - 06:16 PM

Welcome back to BFC: Unleashed! Tonight's show is brought to you by Blitzkrieg Formula 5000, the best recovery supplement worldwide! In this episode, we take a look back at BFC 19: Carano vs Sushi. In the main event, newly crowned heavyweight champion Gino Carano faces his toughest test to date.

But first, Pat Tacular faced Dave Bautista in the light heavyweight division. Both men came ready to do battle, and after a takedown from the clinch by Tacular, the ref stood the fighters back up to let them get back to brawling. It didn't take long for Bautista to get to his opponent's chin. In less than three minutes, Bautista landed a massive right hand that had Tacular snoring on the mat. That brutal KO deserves the Hell's Balls Fightwear KO of the Night.

In the second bout of the night, Nkuku Ngbendu wa Za Banga faced Perlamo Veltorren. Wa Za Banga dropped Veltorren early, but on the ground, neither fighter was able to get anything going. The referee put them back on their feet and wa Za Banga connected with a head kick that instantly seperated Veltorren from his senses.

Then, Can Wupass and Tadamasa Yamada put on a show at 185 pounds. Wupass was able to take Yamada down from the clinch, but this proved to be a mistake. On the mat, Yamada was a terror and unrelenting in his submission attempts. Just three minutes into the very first round, Wupass was tapping to a very tight guillotine.

The crowd went nuts when Orlando Johnson and Benjamin Brat entered the cage. Johnson threw some head kicks with bad intentions, but Brat ducked under them and shot in for a takedown. Brat took his time looking for a submission, and after being reversed, went for a triangle from his guard. Johnson defended well, but left himself open for the armbar. Within seconds, Johnson was tapping and Brat was declared the victor.

Soon after, Gangles McGee squared off against Atari Bigby. In what has to be one of the most lopsided beatings I've ever seen, McGee answered every Bigby strike with ten of his own. For three rounds, he absolutely overwhelmed Bigby en route to a decision. The judges gave scores of 30-25, 30-25, and 30-26. Utter domination from McGee.

Next up was a perfect example of mixed martial arts between George Patton and Duane Lee Chapman. Chapman used beautiful punch combinations to drop Patton and begin looking for submissions. With just over a minute left in the round, Chapman cinched up an arm triangle for the win and the Hell's Balls Fightwear Submission of the Night award.

Following that, Billy Rae Tater and Trent McFalls met in the heavyweight division. A great man once said "it's not how many times you get knocked down, but how many times you get back up." Well, McFalls knocked Tater down four times and Tater could only get back up three times. You have to respect Tater's heart, but McFalls absolutely demolished him here.

Next, Phil McOlin locked horns with Machuchin Dillon at 155 pounds. McOlin had trouble finding his range while Dillon teed off on him. At the 1:44 mark of the first round, Dillon unloaded a barrage of punches that forced the ref to stop the fight. McOlin had no idea what was going on and even tried to take down the ref. Dillon has got to be nearing the top of the heap now. His next fight could very well be a chance to determine the number one contender.

In the co-main event of the evening, Jimmy Barry Murphy attempted to rebound from his title fight loss by taking on Dan Gable. Murphy wanted the fight on the ground, but when he got there, Gable proved to be a very slippery competitor. Gable would either get to his feet or frustrate Murphy into standing up himself. The third round began with a pair of missed takedowns from Murphy, but Gable returned fire with a series of punches that left Murphy completely unaware of his surroundings. After the fight, Gable motioned around his waist as if to say "give me the title shot!" I have to agree with him. What a fantastic performance! That's going to earn both men the Hell's Balls Fightwear Fight of the Night award.

In the main event of the evening, Gino Carano put his heavyweight title on the line against Yoshi Sushi. Carano peppered Sushi with some shots early that had Sushi bleeding down the side of his face. Sushi wasted no time in clinching up and pulling guard. From here, Sushi showed his tremendous grappling ability by sweeping the champ and advancing to full mount. Not long after, Sushi took Carano's back and slipped in a rear naked choke to take the victory and the title at 3:04 of the very first round. Unbelievable jiu jitsu display!

Could we see the winners of the co-main event and the main event fight sometime in the future? In the post fight press conference, Matty Blayze suggested Gable could very well meet Sushi as early as BFC 27. Wow! Are you kidding me?! What an explosive turn of events! Thanks for tuning in. We'll see you next time!

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Posted 05 January 2010 - 01:27 AM



Hello, fight fans, and welcome back to another amazing episode of BFC: Unleashed! Tonight's show is a special one. Tonight, we take a look at BFC 20: The Ultimate Manager Round I. For those of you unaware, let me bring you up to speed. This tournament was set up as a way to find not only the strongest 145er, but also to find who could put together the best training regimen, the best gameplan, and do it all in a limited amount of time.

The first bout of this event was between Pappy Boyington and Gustaf Sobral. Sobral only had one thing in mind: takedown Boyington. Unfortunately, despite the amount of time on the mat, Sobral offered no real offense. To start the third round, Boyington came out swinging with bad intentions and knocked Sobral out at 1:05 of the third and final round.

Next, Dave Turbo battled Bob Wilson. Neither fighter will win many fans from this bout. Turbo failed to land any meaningful strikes while Wilson laid on his opponent for the majority of the bout en route to a unanimous decision. These guys absolutely have to step up their game the next time they enter the cage.

Then, Shane Falco entered the cage opposite Tony Abiezer. Falco obliterated Abiezer standing up. While Abiezer was pulling punches and waiting for the perfect opportunity, Falco was unleashing torrents of punches and forcing opportunities. After three rounds of a brutal lop-sided beating, all three judges saw the fight 30-25 for Falco.

In the fourth bout of the night, Jarmo Myllys squared off against Takanori Aoki. Myllys came out swinging wildly, and while he rarely connected, he always landed power shots. Aoki failed to find his range before being dropped by a massive right hand. At 2:14 of the very first round, the ref pulled Myllys off his wounded opponent.

Up next, Don Sellic faced Jascha Fokin. Fokin waited patiently for his chance to takedown Sellic, but unfortunately for him, this proved to be his undoing. Sellic was magnificent off his back and locked up a text book triangle at the halfway mark of round one.

Soon after, Warren Raither and War Machine entered the arena to a round of cheers. Raithert may have expected his hands to do the talking, but the kicks of Machine handled the punctuation. At 2:12 of the first round, Machine nailed an exclamation point of a head kick, ending Raithert's hopes to represent The Ultimate Manager.

After that, Hanz Titties stepped up against Kill Dozer. Titties put his fists to work right away and punished every missed takedown from Dozer. After putting all of his energy into taking down his opponent, Dozer was unable to get anything done on the mat. After three rounds of back and forth action, all three judges saw the fight for Titties.

And in the final first round bout of The Ultimate Manager, Blitzkrieg Friedhelm and Robert Mongo put on a show. Both fighters wanted to slug it out on the feet and that's exactly what they did. Friedhelm let loose with some thunderous punches while Mongo varied his attacks with knees and elbows in the clinch. After a slow start, Friedhelm started to take over and earned the unanimous decision.

In the co-main event of the evening, Davi Gracie met Sven Runar in the heavyweight division. The powerful takedowns of Gracie forced Runar to spend the majority of the fight on the mat. However, at the start of the second round, Runar dropped Gracie with a head kick, forced him to stand back up and dropped him again. The referee was forced to call the bout just 46 seconds into the second round. Powerful! That's going to earn him the Hell's Balls Fightwear KO of the Night and both of them the Hell's Balls Fightwear Fight of the Night! Another win like that and this kid could be looking at a chance to win the gold!

In the main event of the evening, Thomas Sawyer and Robbie Balboa had a middleweight showdown. Sawyer wanted none of Balboa's stand up and for good reason. After dodging a handful of takedowns, Balboa threw a single left hand that immediately sent Sawyer on a day trip to the dream world. In under a minute, Balboa shows absolute dominance! Balboa is definitely getting the title shot after a win like that. Can you believe it?!

Time and time again, Blitzkrieg delivers. This show was no different! We've seen the first crop of fighters for The Ultimate Manager and the fights only get tougher from here. Falco-Friedhelm, Sellic-Myllys, Machine-Boyington, Titties-Wilson. Who will out last the others and be declared The Ultimate Manager?!

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Posted 05 January 2010 - 07:47 PM

Here we are yet again with another record breaking episode of BFC: Unleashed! Tonight's show covers the biggest event in Hilo history: BFC 21: PI vs Yokohama. 6500 fans packed The Pipeline Arena here in Hilo and they all wanted to see these incredible fights! I can tell you one thing: based on the deafening roars, they were not disappointed!

Opening the event was a lightweight bout between Mike Matusow and Kyle Haun. Matusow took his time and tried to control the pace of the bout. Haun came into the fight in poor shape and suffered for it. He failed to land any damaging shots and after the second takedown of the match, was promptly armbarred by Matusow. With less than 30 seconds remaining in the round, Matusow was declared the victor!

In the second bout of the night, Gaius Pollux made his debut against Katt Johnson. Pollux used powerful takedowns to stop the striking game of Johnson. Pollux may have taken his time, but it was worth it as he locked on a picture perfect Americana at the halfway point of round two.

Following that, Mike Smith met Ray Coleman at 155 pounds. Both fighters came out swinging! Smith had trouble finding his range, but Coleman used pin point precision to batter his foe. At 2:45 of the very first round, Coleman unleashed a torrent of strikes that forced the referee to call the fight. With that, Coleman has earned himself the Hell's Balls Fightwear KO of the Night!

In the welterweight division, Lance Titan and Des Perado tried to put on a show for the attending audience. Both fighters wanted to stand and bang, but Titan was far more aggressive. Perado may have been slightly more accurate, but Titan came at him like a whirling dervish. A fight like this can't go the distance and with seconds left in the second round, Titan connect with an overhand right that put Perado down for good.

Then, Mirko Bain met Mister Pain in the heavyweight division. Pain took Bain down almost immediately and began slicing him apart with vicious punches and sharp elbows. It became clear very quickly that Bain was going to need some serious stitches after this fight as he began to create pink stains all over the canvas that remained for the rest of the night. In just 36 seconds, the doctor was called in and forced to end the fight in favor of Pain.

Next, Gavin Rippa faced Akio Tomi. Rippa used his boxing well and controlled the fight while avoiding damage for the first two rounds. Tomi wanted to use his ground and pound, but didn't get the opportunity until the third round. By then, he was down two rounds and needed a finish. Rippa survived the third round onslaught en route to a unanimous decision. Both men have earned their share of the Hell's Balls Fightwear Fight of the Night for that incredible war.

After that, Jeremy Staton had a heavyweight showdown with Carlos Norris Jr. Staton mauled Norris Jr with crisp boxing that floored the muay thai specialist early in the first round. Once on the ground, it didn't take long for Staton to lock up a kimura for the victory and for the Hell's Balls Fightwear Submission of the Night award.

Soon after, Cohen Maloney entered the cage opposite the undefeated prospect Bojan Jurdana. While neither fighter was particularly accurate, Maloney was far more aggressive and landed the majority of the offense. Jurdana came up short with head punches and takedowns. Even when he did get the takedown, Jurdana couldn't seem to do much with it. After three back and forth rounds, Maloney was awarded the unanimous decision.

In the co-main event of the evening, Adam Bomb put his title and undefeated streak on the line against Lauri Lempi. Lempi came into the fight undefeated with a grappling pedigree. Bomb failed to land the home run punch and was taken down for his efforts. It didn't take long for Lempi to put his jiu jitsu to work and claim victory via rear naked choke less than a minute into the very first round. Lempi becomes the second ever Blitzkrieg middleweight champion with that dominating perfomance!

In the main event of the evening, Magnum PI locked horns with Hulohot Yokohama for the chance to face welterweight champion Matt Hughes next. PI came running across the cage and unloaded a series of punches that had Yokohama on his heels. After putting Yokohama on wobbly legs, PI pulled him to the mat and immediately locked up an armbar. At 1:01 of the very first round, PI was declared the victor and number one contender!

Can you believe it?! Lempi is the new champ and PI is going to get his shot at Hughes! Not only were these fights amazing, but what this means for the title picture is equally incredible. This event has shaken things up and made for some very interesting match-ups in the future. Of course, you don't have to take my word for it. Just tune in next time and you'll see for yourself!

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Posted 11 January 2010 - 10:46 PM

Welcome back, fight fans! Have we got a show for you! Tonight's episode of BFC: Unleashed will feature a recap of all of the amazing fights that led up to the main event of BFC 22: Bloodgood vs Keen. Without giving too much away too soon, let me just say "you're in for a treat!"

The event started with an all out war between Gopher Lewis and Jesse Kelly in the heavyweight division. Kelly showed explosive power with repeated takedowns that left Lewis with very few options. Kelly obliterated him with strikes from the top for all three rounds. Lewis stayed tough and never gave up, but he took one hellacious beating in the process. After three rounds, all three judges saw the bout 30-25 for Kelly.

In the second bout of the night, Justin Zane and Al Swearengen made their professional debuts as The Ultimate Manager alternates. In what will likely go down as a hotly contested decision, both Zane and Swearengen left nothing in the gas tank. For fifteen minutes they poured everything they had into the fight. Zane delivered brain-jarring punches while Swearengen chopped away at him with leg kicks to set up takedowns. With a fight this close, someone was bound to walk away feeling robbed and on this night, Zane felt the pain. Swearengen wins a split decision to advance in the alternate tournament.

Following that, Iokua Mikala and Kingston Sawa also made their professional debuts. From the start, Sawa pushed the pace by controlling the clinch game and working for takedowns. Mikala seemed to be feeling his opponent out for the first round and in the second, dropped Sawa immediately with a big head kick. Sawa was still dazed as Mikala took his back sunk in the rear naked choke less than a minute into the second round. With that text book finish, Mikala earns himself the Hell's Balls Fightwear Submission of the Night award.

In another TUM alternate bout, Jens Palmer battled Eli Gull. Palmer got little chance to mount an offense as Gull took him down repeatedly and brutalized him on the ground. Throughout the three round beating, Gull landed a shocking 103 strikes on the ground. Palmer survived, but didn't have much to show for it. All three judges saw the fight for Gull who will now replace War Machine to face Pappy Boyington in The Ultimate Manager tournament.

In heavyweight action, Billy Madison faced Andy Finch. Early in the match, Madison landed a big head kick that cut Finch and dropped him to the mat. After the fighters made it back to their feet, Finch returned the favor by cutting Madison with a powerful punch. Madison got a little too lax in his striking and had a head kick countered with a vicious left that had him hurt. Finch followed it up with a torrent of punches that forced the referee to jump in and save Madison from further damage.

Next, Kikeona Kulani and Kathos Krathulian entered the cage to a chorus of cheers. Unfortunately, this fight didn't exactly thrill the fans. Neither fighter was willing to take any risks and it showed. With no real damage done after three rounds, the judges awarded the fight to Krathulian for controlling the action or lack thereof for the last two rounds.

Then, PJ Penn and Timmy O Toole met at 155 pounds. While they tried to feel each other out for most of the first round, O Toole landed quite a few knees in the clinch as well as some punishing body kicks. With thirty seconds left in the first round, Penn took O Toole down effortlessly, but left himself wide open for a triangle. At 4:44 of the very first round, O Toole was declared the victor.

After that, Pierre Lafleur attempted to maintain his unblemished record against Gabe Mustardson. This fight will go down in history as one of the all time great slugfests. From bell to bell, both fighters threw massive amounts of heavy leather with little regard for their own well-being. On more than one occasion, Mustardson dropped Lafleur, but was unable to put him away despite dropping heavy bombs from the top position. After three rounds of hand to hand combat, Gabe Mustardson was awarded the unanimous decision. However, both fighters will share the Hell's Balls Fightwear Fight of the Night honors.

In the co-main event of the evening, Vernon Turner and BJ Penn clashed in the lightweight division. Turner showed why his ground game is so well respected by taking Penn down with very little effort. Once on the mat, Turner smashed away at his opponent who could do little but cover up and hope the storm would end. Unfortunately for him, Turner continued to pour it on until the ref stopped the bight just 64 seconds into the first round. Unbelievable! Turner improves to 4-0 and earns himself the Hell's Balls Fightwear KO of the Night. You have to think Turner is only one big win from getting a shot at the title.

In the main event of the evening, Abel Bloodgood and Justin Keen made their long awaited entrance to deafening cheers. While both fighters carefully picked their shots, the attending audience stood in awe as the physical chess match played out before them. Keen threw some leg kicks before using his wrestling skill to control on the mat. Bloodgood had a similar plan and mostly used his striking to vary his assault before dipping down for a double leg. After three rounds of back and forth action, all three judges saw the fight 29-28 for Keen! Keen was patient and methodical, but a W is a W. If he can keep this up against even higher ranked opponents, he is sure to get his shot at the champ.

The Ultimate Manager keeps its furious pace. Two top level contenders take another step toward the gold. What more could you ask for? Blitzkrieg has once again delivered the type of action that has put them firmly in first place in the hearts and minds of Hilo fight fans! Until next time, thanks for tuning in!

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Posted 14 January 2010 - 11:58 AM

Here we are once again with another electrifying episode of BFC: Unleashed! Tonight, we take a look at every fight from BFC 23: Orange vs Olofsson. And of course, the night will be capped off with the lightweight title fight that has been long in the making: Philip Orange defends against Lars Olofsson. But before we get into that, let's take a look at this stunning undercard.

Getting things underway was a heavyweight bout between Shooter McGavin and Kona Kamehameha. McGavin came out swinging and had Kamehameha on his heels immediately. After taking a left hook that wobbled him, Kamehameha tapped to the following barrage of strikes. And, hey, if the guy's tapping, why not give McGavin the Hell's Balls Fightwear Submission of the Night? Powerful performance!

Following that, John Doe and Dakota Smith clashed at 185 pounds. Doe showed his wrestling prowess by taking Smith down and picking perfect opportunities to land his ground and pound. Smith worked tirelessly to escape, but was seperated from his senses at 2:42 of the very first round.

In the third bout of the night, Rob Knuckles faced Max Shinobi. Knuckles was given no opportunities to work his game. Shinobi smacked him with a leg kick followed by a head kick and two consecutive punches that left him snoring on the canvas just 12 seconds into the very first round. That absolutely brutal striking display has earned Shinobi the Hell's Balls Fightwear KO of the Night!

Then, the crowd cheered as Jonathan Moxon and Aumakua Mano entered the cage. While both fighters wanted the fight on the ground, Mano got the better of the grappling game. On the mat, he was able to move into top position and unleash some brutal strikes. Moxon, on the other hand, attempted to get himself into position for a submission. After three grueling rounds, all three judges saw the fight for Mano. Both fighters will be awarded with the Hell's Balls Fightwear Fight of the Night award.

Next, Beer Face and Gaia Ky had a lightweight showdown. Neither fighter was particularly accurate, but they both came to brawl. Heavy leather was whizzing past both fighters' chins until Ky connected with a brutal combination at 3:36 of the first round. Face regained consciousness a few minutes later but had to ask his cornermen what happened. Ouch!

After that, Shonie Carter and Victor Reinhardt both attempted to keep their unbeaten record. Reinhardt was able to put his superior wrestling to use by taking Carter down. However, Carter worked from his back for submissions and with only 30 seconds left in the round, he cinched up a picture perfect guillotine that forced the tap.

In the light heavyweight division, Trent Hoop faced Mongo Cornell. Hoop dropped Cornell early, but Cornell recovered and got back to his feet. Cornell tried to continue his striking plan, but a vicious counter left put him down again. The referee gave him the chance to defend himself, but it was clear he was finished 46 seconds into the first round.

Up next, Ford Ryan looked to extend his winning streak against the also unbeaten Ted Johnson. Ryan tried repeatedly to get the fight to the ground to no avail. Johnson fired pin point accurate shots at Ryan who slowly fell apart as the fight wore on. At 3:49 of the second round, Ryan could take no more and was saved by the referee following a flurry of strikes.

In the co-main event of the evening, Rock Gracie locked horns with Sigmund Freud. Gracie attempted to land some punches, but Freud avoided the majority of damage and shot right in for a takedown. On the ground, Freud softened his opponent with strikes from the top while occasionally looking for submissions. Gracie took a jarring shot that had him woozy and Freud smelled blood. After several additional shots, Gracie was saved by the referee.

In the main event of the evening, Philip Orange put his undefeated record and lightweight title on the line against the undefeated contender, Lars Olofsson. For five rounds, both men put everything they had into this fight. They battled back and forth, looking for openings, evading damage, and showing impressive grappling skills. The challenger had won the first two rounds, but the champ mounted a comeback in the next two. However, the decisive round was the final one and the challenger would not go down without a fight. After five of the most grueling rounds in recent memory, all three judges saw the fight 48-47 for Olofsson! Olofsson has done it! He's captured the lightweight crown and become the second ever Blitzkrieg lightweight champion!

Can you say "historic?" Wow! What a war! Olofsson earned that belt. He didn't just catch Orange with a punch or submission; he went to war with him and emerged the victor. You have to imagine that at some point, these two will butt heads again. Until then, thanks for watching BFC: Unleashed!

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#72 MattyBlayze

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Posted 14 January 2010 - 12:00 PM

Blitzkrieg FC Presents...The Battle of the Beasts!
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Posted 16 January 2010 - 10:23 PM

I have just moved Christian Steggman (1945) to Hilo. I am looking at getting out of the contract with MMA and getting a contract with Blitzkreig (have been in contact with Matty). I am fine with a $1 signing bonus (have enough money to relocate). Just let me know. Thanks.

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Posted 17 January 2010 - 08:26 AM

Glad to have you with us!

But I'm not going to sign you without paying moving cost, even if you have the money, its the least I can do. Its only fair tongue.gif
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Posted 20 January 2010 - 02:17 AM

Welcome back to another edition of BFC: Unleashed! Tonight's show will bring you all the action from BFC 24: El vs Oliweli. If you missed this event live, you missed out, but we'll do our best to give you all the highlights!

The event began with a middleweight clash of Ragnar Danneskjold and Bjorn Smackdown. Both fighters had come prepared to mix their striking with takedowns. However, the takedowns were almost completely for show as neither man was interested in any level of grappling and almost immediately stood back up to start throwing bombs again. Danneskjold avoided the majority of Smackdown's strikes while landing several of his own. After three rounds of hand to hand combat, all three judges saw the fight 30-27 for Danneskjold. With that, both men will share the Hell's Balls Fightwear Fight of the Night.

In the second bout of the night, Oscar De La Hoya made his professional debut against Alf Histon at 155 pounds. Unfortunately, this fight didn't gain a lot of fan support. Histon stood back waiting for his opponent and only occasionally attempted takedowns. De La Hoya, however, was swinging with all his might, but rarely landed. After three rounds, De La Hoya was awarded the unanimous decision.

Up next, Hoshi Hotaru mixed it up with Frank De Visscher. Hotaru wanted to put De Visscher on the ground and avoid trading with him. Although, he didn't have much to worry about because De Visscher was as accurate as a blind man playing darts. Hotaru took his time picking his shots, but when he struck, it wa spowerful. At the halfway mark of round two, Hotaru landed a vicious shot from the top position that forced the referee to jump in and save De Visscher.

Following that, Freddy Fresca and Kris Young battled at 185 pounds. Both fighters were willing to trade strikes, but Fresca just could not seem to get his hands on Young. Young mercilessly beat on his opponent until 2:01 of the first round when an uppercut connected and left Fresca completely unaware of his surroundings. Kris Young will take home the Hell's Balls Fightwear KO of the Night for that blistering performance!

Then, Martin Ruzicka faced JB Penniless in the light heavyweight division. Ruzicka came straight at Penniless and dropped him almost immediately with a head kick. Ruzicka followed him to the mat and dropped a barrage of punches that had the ref waving off the fight just 34 seconds into the very first round.

After that, Joshua Brown squared off against Ister Band. Brown avoided several takedown attempts from Band, but his foe would not relent. Once Band got the fight to the ground, he was able to take Brown's back. From there, it was only a matter of time before he sunk in the rear naked choke and earned himself the Hell's Balls Fightwear Submission of the Night!

In the lightweight division, Rob Halaki took a shot at Kiyoshi Yamada. Halaki's gameplan was diverse enough to keep Yamada guessing, but it was clear he wanted the submission victory. Yamada stayed tough on his feet and careful off his back to win the first two rounds. Halaki mounted a comeback and always seemed on the verge of victory, but it was too little, too late. Yamada took the unanimous decision with scores of 29-28.

Next, Slava Tikhonov faced the far more experienced Dino Adams. Adams shot right in for a takedown and began looking for a submission victory. He clearly underestimated his opponent who answered back with some impressive submission attempts of his own. With about thirty seconds left in the first round, Tikhonov got ahold of Adams' arm and clinched victory via armbar.

In the co-main event of the evening, Paul Harris and Akio Takada entered the cage for a middleweight scrap. Neither fighter was very active and the fans let them have it. Harris landed a few strikes, but was more effective with his wrestling work. Takada just did not know how to handle his opponent and failed to land anything of note. After three very slow rounds, all three judges saw the fight 30:27 for Harris.

In the main event of the evening, Kal El and Kaleki Oliweli attempted to make up for the previous slow fight. They scrambled to the center of the cage and Oliweli let loose two punches. One missed the body and the other landed clean on the button. El hit the mat so quickly that even the referee was stunned. Oliweli finished with a torrent of punches before the referee finally pulled him away. The official time of the stoppage was just 5 seconds into the very first round!

Can you believe it?! Oliweli improves to 5-0 and he does it in seconds against the very tough Kal El! All of the fighters we saw tonight have bright futures ahead of them, but you have to be impressed by this Oliweli kid. Very fast hands with serious knock out power. Congratulations to all of tonight's winners! We'll see you next time!

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Posted 21 January 2010 - 04:32 PM

Our own lead writer, Levi Jones, is up for 'Writer of the Year'! Check it out here: http://www.mmatycoon...?showtopic=9572
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just wanted to post that this org is tremendous.
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Posted 21 January 2010 - 07:50 PM

Hello, fight fans, and welcome back to BFC: Unleashed! Tonight, we have got an absolutely amazing show for you. BFC 25: Rhymes vs Bell took place at The Pipeline and was headlined by the long awaited light heavyweight title match between Stringer Bell and Busta Rhymes. But before we get to that, let's take a look at this unbelievable undercard!

Getting things underway was the debut of Francisco Mir III against Jack Stone. Stone is the veteran of two Blitzkrieg bouts and let Mir III know that this was his house. Mir III just couldn't seem to get his hands on him with punches or takedowns. The elusive Stone hammered away at his neophyte opponent, robbing him of the opportunity to make a successful debut. At 1:35 of the very first round, Stone improved to 2-1 and takes home the Hell's Balls Fightwear KO of the Night.

After that, Scott Hammerston entered the cage opposite Kris Napiera. Hammerston really wanted this fight on the mat, but couldn't seem to get anything done once he got there. Napiera, on the other hand, was a one man wrecking machine. In the second round, Napiera landed repeated blows to his opponent who collapsed under the barrage of strikes at the 3:10 mark.

In the third bout of the evening, Uncle Dad and Andrei Arlovski faced off in the heavyweight division. Both men came out swinging and the fans knew it was only a matter of time before someone took one right on the button. Fortunately, the fans didn't have to wait long as Dad landed a monstrous hook that left Arlovski snoring on the canvas just 73 seconds into the very first round.

A scheduled bout between Uri Petrenko and Huaka i Po was cancelled when Petrenko failed to even show up for the bout. Rumors are flying around, but the one that seems to be gaining the most ground is that Petrenko, the victim of a recent particularly nasty knock out, was simply afraid of what might happen if he took further brain damage from a clean shot by Po who is known for his brutal power. We'll let you know if we hear an official response.

Back to the action, Jamie Maddrox and Randy Bain tangled at 185 pounds. Both fighters came prepared for a grappling battle. Maddrox mixed up strikes with submissions while Bain looked only for the ground and pound. Bain clearly won the first round, but the last two were very tough to score. After three rounds of back and forth action, all three judges saw the fight for Bain.

In light heavyweight action, John Malat faced Raul de la Madrugada. This was a quick one as de la Madrugada instigated the clinch, but got taken down. Malat stood back up almost immediately and unloaded a combination that gave de la Madrugada his first loss in under thirty seconds.

Following that, Josh Wentworth squared off against Jimmy London. This fight earned neither fighter any fans. They both were content to take each other down and just sit and wait. Despite boos from the crowd and the referee advising them to stay active, neither fighter offered much in the way of offense. Wentworth attempted a handful of submissions in the first two rounds, but by the third round, even he had given up on putting on an entertaining fight. Absolutely dreadful performance by both fighters. After three rounds, Wentworth was awarded the majority decision.

Next, Thor Wood attempted to keep his unbeaten streak going against Benoit Kong. Wood made Kong look like a rookie in what was an unbelievable beating. Kong seemed to stay back and look for his perfect shot. Unfortunately for him, the opportunity never came. Wood absolutely mauled him in the clinch and finished him off with a thunderous head kick 39 seconds into the second round. Kong survived a lot of punishment, but it eventually took its toll. For that incredible display of determination and heart, both men will share the Hell's Balls Fightwear Fight of the Night.

In the co-main event of the evening, Hawkeye Pierce put his undefeated record on the line against the very tough Tom Foolery. Pierce came out with guns blazin' and tried to mix his strikes with takedowns. Foolery showed his experience by beating Pierce to the punch and avoiding damage. After three rounds of action, it was clear that Foolery had won the fight.

In the main event of the evening, Busta Rhymes put his unblemished record and light heavyweight title on the line against rising star Stringer Bell. Rhymes seemed to have some trouble taking Bell to the mat and this gave Bell plenty of time to pick his shots and land hard punches on his opponent. Bell put Rhymes on wobbily legs in the second, and Rhymes never seemed to fully recover. With less than a minute in the second round, Stringer Bell connected with a beautiful hook that seperated the champion from his senses. With that, Bell has handed Rhymes his first loss and become only the second man to have the Blitzkrieg light heavyweight belt around his waist!

I'm speechless! Up until this point, Rhymes has looked simply unbeatable! He's finished 8 of his 9 opponents by submission and for Stringer Bell to shrug off his submission attempts and keep chipping away with strikes... wow! Just wow! Unbelievable performance! All of tonight's victors have to be happy. To win on this stage really means something. Until next time, thanks for tuning in!

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Posted 21 January 2010 - 07:51 PM

QUOTE (juicemalone @ Jan 21 2010, 08:26 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
just wanted to post that this org is tremendous.


Thank you kindly.
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Posted 27 January 2010 - 05:06 PM

Once again BFC: Unleashed his here to bring you all the latest and greatest from Blitzkrieg Fighting Championship. Tonight, we will discuss BFC 26: The Ultimate Manager Round II. This event takes us one step closer to discovering which manager can best mold a budding talent and turn him into a world class warrior. In addition, you'll see some of the other Blitzkrieg contenders trying to claw their way to the top.

To get things under way, the very experienced Tim Taylor faced 1-1 Tarcisio Pell. Taylor absolutely refused to engage with Pell. After a handful of takedown attempts, Taylor spent the last ten minutes of the bout just trying to avoid being hit. Pell was far from accurate, but the damage he did earned him the unanimous decision.

In the second bout of the night, Hanz Titties and Bob Wilson faced each other in the quarter finals of TUM. This fight didn't exactly thrill the attending audience as neither fighter was able to land any significant offense. Titties swung wildly and landed only a couple strikes. Wilson was content to take his opponent down and just wait for the bell. After three rounds, the fans were just happy it was over but the judges awarded the fight to Wilson.

In further TUM action, Eli Gull and Pappy Boyington entered the arena. Boyington dodge a couple punches and unleashed a volley of brain-jarring shots at Gull. A strong right crashed into Gull's jaw and sent him tumbling to the ground. Boyington smelled blood and didn't relent until the referee pulled him away and waved off the fight.

Then, Don Sellic and Jarmo Myllys vied for a spot in The Ultimate Manager semi-finals. Both fighters came out swinging with everything they had. Myllys shrugged off a punch to the head and answered back with a combination that collapsed Sellic's legs underneath him. Sellic couldn't recover in time and the referee was forced to end the fight just 32 seconds into the very first round. Myllys will now move on to face Pappy Boyington.

In the final TUM bout of the night, Shane Falco squared off against Blitzkrieg Friedhelm. This fight was a wild barn burner with "classic" written all over it. Falco and Friedhelm came out throwing bombs back and forth with neither man showing any signs of giving up. Falco battered the legs of Friedhelm with kicks and bounced his head around with punches. Friedhelm would not relent and kept coming forward to throw haymakers. After three rounds, all three judges saw the fight for Falco who moves on to face Bob Wilson.

After that, Nkuku Ngbendu wa Za Banga and Bo Jaxon clashed in the lightweight division. Jaxon was successful in dragging the fight to the ground, but failed to mount any offense once there. Wa Za Banga, however, was nearly flawless with his strikes and opened up a very deep gash above Jaxon's eye. As the fight wore on, Jaxon began to look like an extra from a horror film and the doctor called an end to the fight at 1:55 of the second round.

Next, Duane Lee Chapman entered the cage opposite Gangles McGee. Neither man was interested in a grappling bout and decided to come out swinging. McGee peppered Chapman with punches to the head, but Chapman answered back with vicious shots. Chapman showed his power by dropping McGee late in the first round. McGee didn't seem fully recovered as he came out for round two and suffered the same fate. This time, the flood of strikes forced the referee to call off the fight. With that, Chapman earns himself the Hell's Balls Fightwear KO of the Night!

In heavyweight action, Resial Nine and Matthew Whelan showed up ready for war. Whelan would have liked to work his boxing game, but Nine continually kept him on his heels with takedown attempts. Whelan looked comfortable defending submissions in the first and came out prepared to do more of the same. However, Nine knew time was not on his side as a cut started to form over his eye. Nine started the second round with a powerful takedown and advanced to rear mount. Whelan tried desperately to escape, but was forced to tap to the rear naked choke less than a minute into the second round. Nine will take home the Hell's Balls Fightwear Submission of the Night for that display of grappling wizardry.

In the co-main event of the evening, former BFC heavyweight champion Gino Carano faced John Silver. Silver set the pace of the fight with a brutal head kick that seemed to put Carano in serious trouble. From there, Carano just never seemed to be the same. Silver took his legs away with thudding leg kicks and absolutely mauled him in and out of the clinch. Carano tried to get back into the fight but was obviously outmatched standing. Silver took the unanimous decision and handed Carano his second loss in a row since winning the heavyweight title. Is this the start of a BFC curse? Let's hope not, because both of these guys are sharing the Hell's Balls Fightwear Fight of the Night.

In the main event of the evening, Bang McGee faced Johny Jones in a bout to determine the #1 contender for the light heavyweight title. Jones knew his best chances were on the ground, but after a lack of action, the fighters were stood up. McGee, realizing he had to move quick to avoid another takedown, sent a punch combination to Jones' skull that left him completely lifeless on the mat. Jones recovered a moment later but for a few seconds there it was scary! At 2:52 of the very first round, McGee was declared the victor and number one contender!

Wow! On the first portion of the card you have these amazing newcomers attempting to show that their manager is the best in the biz. On the main portion, you've got crazy wars, brutal knockouts and tendon tearing submissions. This is what Blitzkrieg is all about! And we'll see you next time as we bring you even more of this unbelievable action!

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