12-07-2007, 01:10 PM
I'm using BCF and I got a very big fight coming up:
Both fighters have huge winning streaks(building them took ages) and the interest is currently Massive.
This fight will also be very interesting because both fighters have met each other 2 times before and they both have won once by TKO.
This third fight will finally decide who is the better fighter and I hope it will give my popularity a nice boost.
Try to guess the winner, I will play the match later.
12-07-2007, 01:16 PM
I think Rev Kapur will win this one by TKO in the third round.
12-07-2007, 01:20 PM
Yeah, Rev is a monster. Im currently going to set up Fernando Amero vs Julio Reguiro once Amero comes out of injury. Amero will go down to welterweight, should be a great fight.
12-07-2007, 02:03 PM
And here's the match:
The two competitors start slowly, circling and looking for an opening. Kapur fakes shooting in for a takedown, but Gilchrist didn't buy it for a second. In comes Kapur from an angle to the right, but Gilchrist had it covered all the way, and not only easily steps out of the way of the attempted right hand, but manages to score with a solid right hand to the side of the head. Kapur felt that, and is forced to cover up quickly as Gilchrist steps in quickly and unloads with a flurry of powerful blows, looking to capitalise on the earlier strike. Kapur is forced back against the ropes, but to his credit, he did a good job defending those strikes and didn't seem to take any significant damage. Gilchrist doesn't get in too close, realising that it would likely mean getting caught in a clinch, so he stands slightly back instead and throws some low kicks and looping punches. Kapur responds by throwing out some straight jabs, but neither fighter is really doing any damage to their opponent. Gilchrist clearly grows tired of the wait, and moves in to hit a body blow. It connects, but Kapur is quick to tie him up in a clinch. That lasts quite a while, until the referee gets in there and breaks them up, telling them to fight. Gilchrist looks for an opening. Gilchrist scores with a stiff jab, and bobs and weaves to avoid all three of the rapid-fire punches that come back from Kapur. Nicely done. Kapur, realising that he is losing this round, comes forward with a sense of urgency, throwing right hands to put Gilchrist on the back foot. Gilchrist handles it well though, refusing to let Kapur get an angle, and using some nice counter punches to the body to further cement the fact that this round is going to him on points. Time expires with Kapur throwing increasingly desparate punches. The round ends. Blurcat.com has it down as 10-9 Gilchrist.
Gilchrist hits some tentative punches, then comes in fast and forces Kapur to back up against the ropes, where they clinch. Gilchrist hits a nice body shot, but takes two short punches to the side of the head in return. Kapur tries a trip, but it doesn't go anywhere. They separate, with Gilchrist having to stay sharp to avoid a scorching right hand from Kapur. Kapur steps back, and Gilchrist comes after him , sensing an opening. Kapur suddenly puts the brakes on and swings for the fences, driving a right hand to the chin. Gilchrist couldn't get out of the way in time and takes it full force. He goes down like a puppet with his strings cut, he is out cold. Kapur goes to follow up to be sure, but the referee cuts him off, calling a halt to the match. Official time of the knock out is 3:55 of the second round. Rav Kapur is still the BCF Heavyweight champion.
Gilchrist was dominating the match but then Kapur hit him with a lucky shot and won the match. The crowd also loved the fight and it scored 5 stars.
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