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Posted 27 July 2018 - 12:56 AM

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Brak Maugøn "I'll finish him early"

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Hi everyone. We are here with the Brak Maugøn who is main eventing BANDAI 1: Origins tommorow. He kindly agreed to spend few minutes with us and answer some questions.

 

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BF: Hi Brak. How are you?
 

Brak: I am angry.  It's been three years since I destroyed some fool in a cage in front of 5000 screaming maniacs. 

That's far too long. My last manager ran away like a coward and took all my money, so I've started again, new name, new team.

Finally with a manager who believes in me and who has the ability to train me to my full potential. 

I warn my opponents - its gonna get more painful for you from now on in.

BF: Why did you choose BANDAI?


Brak: 
Just like me, this org's got a big future. We're gonna ride this wave together to the top. 

Ok, the first fight is in an Irish bar with drunken partygoers as an audience, but we're gonna make some new MMA fans there tomorrow night. 

Bandai is a name and a force to be reckoned with, just like Bräk Maugon is.


BF: What do you think about your opponent, Justin Biggs?

 

Brak: Biggs? He's a skinny old man who can't take a punch. 

I'll try and finish him early so he can get back to the nursing home in time for his cocoa.

BF: How did you get your nickname?

 

Brak: *looks deep in interviewers eyes*  I eat souls.  I destroy all semblance of life. 

I take your puny existence and I feed it to the burning fires inside of me.  
 

BF: There are rumors floating around about your connection to Jacob What, BANDAI's owner. Do you want to comment on that?

Brak: Jacob What is doing a great job.  He has joined the premier Tycoon alliance - YABAI - so that shows he has wisdom.

But all that has nothing to do with me - I train, I fight, I feast.  The rest is irrelevant.

 

 

See you all tommorow at BANDAI 1: Origins!


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#2 jacobwhat

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Posted 27 July 2018 - 10:26 PM

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Quen Whookey "He is going to sleep"

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We got another interview with BANDAI 1: Origins participant, this time with a debutant Quen "40" Whookey.

Quen reached out to us himself, if any of the fighters from our upcoming events want to be interviewed let us know.

He and his opponent had a little war of words on the world famous social media site Buzz.

 

Check it out here:

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BF: Hi Quen. How are you?
"40": Bruh first of all Im not a debutant.

I had over a 100 street fights and I am a 6-0 amateur boxer. I'm fine thanks for asking though.


BF: Okay... Why did you choose BANDAI?

"40": Well to be honest I didn't choose it my manager did, who is also the CEO of BANDAI MMA and you should know that. Poor question.

 

BF: Right. Well, what do you think about your opponent, Jake Frankowski?
"40": Jake is a definition of a bum. They should put his picture under the word bum in wikipedia.

He never won a fight, and he is not winning against me. He got no heart, no talent and no chin.

I'm not concerned with him at all. Actually kinda surprised he accepted the fight against me.


BF: Any prediction?

"40": He is going to sleep. I don't know which round but he is gonna kiss the floor that's for sure.

 

BF: Could you tell us how did you got your nickname? Kind of a strange nickname it is, "40"

"40": Could you tell us how did you got your surname? Kind of a strange surname it is, Fujitsu

 

BF: Thank you for your time Quan!

"40": It's Quen...

 

 

 

 

Jake Frankowski "F*ck the sport!"

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Second side of the Whookey/Frankowski beef, ladies and gentlemans - JAKE FRANKOWSKI!

 

 

 

 

 

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BF: Hi Jake. How are you?
"Jake Frankowski":  Hello, fuckers. I'm fine. Thanks. I smell something... I smell big win...

My big win in next fight... Winner by submission in first round... Jake Frankoooowski!

 

BF: Nice! Why did you choose BANDAI?

"Jake Frankowski":  Hmmm... I think this company have great future. First event will be one of the best in MMA hisotry. And... I will be there. I'm ready to fight.

 

BF: What do you think about your opponent, Quen "40" Whookey?
"Jake Frankowski": I think that... He is fucking lame, only amateur...

And he is 0-0 so I have a lot of options to beat him.

Probably his debut will be his last fight in his life.


BF: You got a prediction?

"Jake Frankowski": First round. My win. Submission. That's all.

 

BF: Could you tell us more about your lifestyle?

"Jake Frankowski": My lifestyle? Music, concerts, drugs, bitches, alcohol. You know... Sometimes trainings, haha! Fuck the typical sport life!

 

BF: Any word on the rumor that you are gonna retire if you lose?

"Jake Frankowski": Hmmm... I think that if I loose this or one more fight, I'm going to quit. That's all.

 

BF: Thanks!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

See you all soon at BANDAI 1: Origins!


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Posted 08 August 2018 - 09:33 PM

The Ikki Takeda MMA Show:

 

Ikki Takeda: Ikki here doing a special show to kick off Bandai 3: Honor. We are going to give you a rundown of what is going on for this event and who the likely winners will be. First off this action packed event will be held in Los Angeles in The Underground in front of 1000 screaming mma fans looking for action.
 
Ikki Takeda: The Main Event is between Anubis Zeus (1-1) and Victor Hopkins making his debut. Both of these fighters are 18 years of age and are fighting out of their local Cozad gyms and should be looking for better training soon. Zeus is an all around fighter and should be looking to exploit all aspect of his skills. He has some decent kickboxing and a decent sprawl. He also sport a bjj blue belt. Hopkins is a boxer. So be looking for him to work with punches from a distance and trying to stay out of range of takedowns. This should be an interesting one folks. My prediction is Zeus by submission.
 
Ikki Takeda: The Co-Main is between Neck and Neyt Deeyas both making their debut. A lot of similarities in this one boys. Both fighters are 18 years of age, both from Mexico, both fighting out of Melhor Lutador MMA, both have the same agent Jacob What, and both have the same last name. I'm guessing these two guys are related. Neck is a boxer and Neyt is also a boxer. I'd say it's safe to say be looking for punches in bunches in this one. May the best Deeyas win. My prediction is Neck by KO.
 
Ikki Takeda: The third fight on the card is between two upstarts Pee Nile and Qui Non Song. Nile is a Muay Thai fighter with one heck of a sprawl. He is fighting out of the highly touted Runts Academy. He likes the color orange so much that he died his hair orange. Not relevant but a fun fact. Song is a wrestler from China that wrestled in the worlds qualifier. He finished 12th in his division and has taken to mma since and started working on his striking. He is fighting out of Trinity Gym which has become a staple for legendary manager Grant Brohpy's fighters. My prediction is is Nile by KO.
 
Ikki Takeda: The fourth fight on the card is a treat for you all as we have Romelu Katibaba and Jepoy Dizon facing each other. Katibaba was a standout wrestler in high school and has been taking a boxing class once a week since he was 12 years old. He is among some of the most talked about 18 year olds in Bandai. Dizon is a youtube sensation after having a street fight that went viral. He is a great wrestler who has been sharpening up his stand up for the tournament. My prediction is Katibaba by KO.
 
Ikki Takeda: The fifth fight on the card is between two fighters out of my Alma Mater "The Evil Empire". So I have already bought my ticket for the event for this fight alone. Rick D will be squaring off against Mori Ranmaru. Rick is a pure wrestler but make no mistake about it is top level wrestling. Word on the streets is he is also starting to learn some bjj which could very well come in handy. Mori has a BJ Penn style of fighting. His stand up hides behind a lengthy accurate jab and has solid bjj for after he rocks his opponent or for one that dares to take him down. My prediction is Rick by KO.
 
Ikki Takeda: The sixth fight is between two fighters from the camps of two managers that have sponsored a fighter in just about every tournament created. Yuri Voronov out of Alfred Winterbottom II's stable of fighters and Smackin Chops out of Fuel4 Hatred's stable. Voronov is another talented young wrestler in this tournament. Chops is a boxer but grew up in a wrestling town so ad developed a bit of a sprawl during street fights. My prediction is Voronov by KO.
 
Ikki Takeda: Seventh fight on the card is between Billy Burns and Hugo Abbot. Burns got into fighting as one could guess is a legal way of hurting people as he definitely has some psychopath tendencies. Burns has ability in all aspect of the game from stand up to grappling. Abbot is a German wrestler and that is no small thing to say the Germans have been among the greatest wrestlers in the world since the 70s. My prediction is Abbot by KO.
 
Ikki Takeda: Eighth fight is between Lester Piggott and Zinedine Eldoroado, Piggott is a grappler pure and simple. He has wrestling and a bjj game making him a dangerous match for anyone. Eldoroado might have got the worse possible match up he could have drawn in this one as he is a pure boxer. His hope is to get the knockout before being taken down. If it hits the ground this is a short fight. My prediction is Piggot by submission.
 
Ikki Takeda: The second fight that will be happening in this event is between Marco Otto and Tom Harper. Otto is a grappler much like Piggott. Harper is quite ok with that though as he is one of the many wrestlers to have joined this tournament and has been working hard on his clinch game. My prediction is harper by KO.
 
Ikki Takeda: The fight that will be kicking off this entire event is between Lionel Tressi and Leondardo Song. Tressi is a kickboxer and has a point style of fighting. He will be looking to keep his distance which is a very good thing. Song is a grappler and the only person in this tournament with at least a purple belt in bjj. My prediction is Song by submission.
 
Ikki Takeda: I have a special guest for this show Sanka Coffie and Buddy Barnett two former tournament fighters. Coffie finished second place and Barnett won his. Welcome guys.
 
Sanka Coffie and Buddy Barnett: Thank you.
 
Ikki Takeda: So Coffie what can guys expect to see in a tournament and any advice?
 
Sanka Coffie: Yah mahn I have some advice for dem. First what you can expect is guys putting their all out for the fans and secondly evolving skills throughout the tournament mahn. My advice to dem is become well rounded to take on whatever comes their way mahn.
 
Ikki Takeda: Barnett same question, and with so many wrestlers in the tournament and you being a wrestler what do you think?
 
Buddy Barnett: Well I actually won mine. What you can expect is exactly what Mr. Coffie said. My advice is a little different and that is going two different ways and that is either going the route of training up your weak points so that you don't have any for someone to use against or what I did and make my strength super forged and an extra strong weapon. With their being so many wrestlers it's hard to say what would be best. Early to tell if most of them are wrestlers that will be using it keep the fight standing or using it to take the fight to the ground and impose their will. Both can work well but the ones using it to stand will be having a disadvantage to the strikers and the one's using it for the ground will have a disadvantage against those who are using it to stand. However if they work on their clinch and bjj they can pull guard.
 
Ikki Takeda: Thank you both that was very helpful.
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#4 Timqwe

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Posted 08 August 2018 - 10:17 PM

Ikki, no offence, but you should really work on you formating. These huge bright letters are hard to read, since you don't bold out anything it just becomes a wall of text, and there is no way to at first glance look up a fight the reader has special interest in.


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Posted 08 August 2018 - 11:31 PM

Ikki, no offence, but you should really work on you formating. These huge bright letters are hard to read, since you don't bold out anything it just becomes a wall of text, and there is no way to at first glance look up a fight the reader has special interest in.

I try and match colors of an org for text.


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#6 Timqwe

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Posted 09 August 2018 - 12:06 AM

I try and match colors of an org for text.

First rule of text design. Never sacrifice readability for style.
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Posted 09 August 2018 - 02:01 AM

This is amazing but if you could make the font a little smaller that would be fantastic and I think a lot more readable :) 


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Posted 09 August 2018 - 02:52 AM

This is amazing but if you could make the font a little smaller that would be fantastic and I think a lot more readable :)

There you go font should be smaller now. Had to try and change the code line by line to make it smaller as I'm currently on my phone. Well sleep time. Got work early in the morning.
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