Post by maddog1981 on Feb 25, 2011 11:23:07 GMT -4
Nefarus has the best statistical chance of beating Shylock. He wins somewhere in the 46% range. Conundrum also does well against Shylock. Really good field. I think you could get a really interesting final out of this.
Bout #1: Heavyweight Tournament Shylock (0-0) vs. Kulak (0-0) - Shylock won via TKO at 3:10 of Round #1 after a sternum punch.
Bout #2: Heavyweight Tournament Conundrum (0-0) vs. Doctor Payne (0-0) - This was a grueling fight, but Doctor Payne pushed the pace the entire bout. Doctor Payne took the win via unanimous decision (30-27) to advance.
Bout #3: Heavyweight Tournament Nefarus (0-0) vs. Cypher (0-0) - Cypher was able to make Nefarus submit at 2:22 of Round #1 via side choke.
Bout #4: Heavyweight Tournament Saboteur (0-0) vs. Marduuk (0-0) - Marduuk never broke a sweat as he won via KO at 0:54 of Round #1 with a right straight, left hook combo.
Bout #5: Women Rhiannon (0-0) vs. Latasha (0-0) - Rhiannon won via TKO at 1:08 of Round #2, when Latasha was injured following a body drop throw.
Heavyweight Tournament Block Finals
Bout #6: Heavyweight Tournament Shylock (1-0) vs. Doctor Payne (1-0) - Doctor Payne was able to win via unanimous decision (29-28) in a huge shocker.
Bout #7: Heavyweight Tournament Cypher (1-0) vs. Marduuk (1-0) - Marduuk won via KO at 3:35 of Round #1 with a right punch following a left outside knee kick.
Bout #8: Cruiserweight Ahnu (0-0) vs. Crucible (0-0) - Ahnu won via submission at 2:51 of Round #3 with a reverse ankle lock.
Bout #9: Super Heavyweight JJ Smooth (0-0) vs. Gordo (0-0) - JJ won via KO at 0:23 of Round #1 with a left, right combo.
Heavyweight Tournament Finals
Bout #10: Heavyweight Tournament Doctor Payne (2-0) vs. Marduuk (2-0) - Doctor Payne again won via unanimous decision (29-28) to become the first EAS Heavyweight Champion.
Submission Of The Night: Anhu Knock-Out Of The Night: Marduuk (vs. Saboteur) Match Of The Night: Doctor Payne vs. Marduuk
Post by maddog1981 on Feb 25, 2011 12:46:44 GMT -4
The round system really gives inferior fighters a fighting chance to dominate two rounds and steal a decision victory. Before when I would just do a match until someone went down, there was just a feeling that the better fighter was going to regain control and knock the weaker fighter out.
Are you going to be doing 5 round championship fights once this gets going?
Post by jasonjaconetti on Feb 27, 2011 12:39:49 GMT -4
Elite Athletic Sports Mixed Martial Arts
[glow=limegreen,2,300]EAS II: Super Heavyweight Tournament[/glow]
Rubicon (0-0) vs. Sentinel (0-0)
Nightmare (0-0) vs. Mensar (0-0)
Thock (0-0) vs. Mace (0-0)
Totalis (0-0) vs. Wraith (0-0)
Non-Tournament Bouts Women: Nano (0-0) vs. Nurse Elizabeth (0-0) Cruiserweight: Talon (0-0) vs. Tricks (0-0) Heavyweight: Raven (0-0) vs. Nero (0-0) Heavyweight: Vyper (0-0) vs. Taurine (0-0) [/center]