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FIGHT #1


Aluizio da Assuncao
25
6'1"
205lbs
72" reach
MMA Debut
Strengths: Muay thai, wrestling, knockout power

Flavio Alberto
24
6'1'"
203lbs
74" reach
1-0-0
Strengths: Boxing, knockout power, elusive

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

Alberto misses a jab, allowing Assuncao to land a nice hook to the body. Assuncao throws a combination but is countered with a right hand from Alberto. Staying elusive, Alberto moves out of range as Assuncao attempts to land some big punches. They wind up in the clinch, Assuncao using his size to muscle Alberto against the ropes. He lands a nice elbow and steps back to strike, but is unable to land anything significant. Alberto counters a leg kick with a jab. A jab misses and Assuncao is able to land a snapping body kick. After a bit of tentativeness from both men, they exchange, allowing Alberto to land a nice left straight that puts Assuncao down. The referee starts the ten-count. A wobbly Assuncao is back up at 9 seconds. The referee restarts the fighters in the center. Alberto checks a low kick and lands a right hand. Assuncao looks uncomfortable after being knocked down, unable to put forth anything against Alberto. Alberto is landing at will. Alberto avoids a low kick. We move into the halfway point of this fight. Alberto lands a nice right hand that wobbles Assuncao. Assuncao counters a punch with a hard low kick. Assuncao slips past another combination of Alberto's and lands a right hand-leg kick combo of his own. Assuncao lands two more low kicks, a third being checked. He's beginning to land at will. We enter the final five minutes of this 30 minute fight. Neither fighter backs down, advancing and continuing to land on each other. Assuncao lands two leg kicks, once again. One minute remains. A tired Assuncao throws a sloppy punch that is counter by a big combination from Alberto! Assuncao stumbles back, he's hurt! Alberto throws a flurry of punches, Assuncao can do nothing but cover up against the ropes! He is saved by the bell.

After 30 minutes, the fight will now go to the scorecards... and now, the winner by a 2-1 decision... Aluizio da Assuncao! A very close fight that could have gone either way. Alberto was able to hurt Assuncao twice with his heavy hands, but the deciding factor was Assuncao's accurate kicks and combinations.

FIGHT #2

Daigo Kitaguchi
27
6'1"
242lbs
74" reach
5-3-0
Strengths: Wrestling, durable, ground & pound

Ikuhisa Tamura
33
6'1"
244lbs
74" reach
19-8-0
Strengths: Iron chin, heavy hands, takedowns

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

Tamura lands a nice right hook, catching Kitaguchi on the cheek. Not keen on striking with a knockout artist like Tamura, Kitaguchi keeps away from his opponent. This fails, as Tamura is landing at will, landing almost everything he throws. Kitaguchi is back pedaling, he has not put forth any offense throughout this fight. Kitaguchi gets caught with a big right hand that catches him on the nose, causing him to stumble back against the ropes. Tamura unloads on him with big punches, forcing the referee to come in and stop the fight!

Ikuhisa Tamura wins by referee stoppage due to strikes.

QUARTER-FINAL FIGHT #1

Gyokusho Fujimoto
24
6'4"
242lbs
78" reach
7-0-0
Strengths: Kickboxing experience, takedown defense, world class striking

Gerson Mauricio
26
6'2"
242lbs
77" reach
8-0-0
Strengths: Knockout power, kickboxing experience, cardio

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

The winner of this fight will move on to the semi-finals. Fujimoto counters a jab with a picture perfect kick to the body. Fujimoto counters with a jab. Fujimoto avoids a spinning back fist and fires back with a stinging low kick. Fujimoto counters a jab with another leg kick. Fujimoto is lighting up the legs of Mauricio, landing yet another counter leg kick. Fujimoto dodges a jab and lands another leg kick. Fujimoto appears to be the more technical kick boxer and is show casing a very patient style in this fight. We reach the half-way point of this 30 minute fight. Fujimoto has spent the better part of this fight peppering Mauricio's legs with kicks. Mauricio doesn't look like he has much fight left in him. Mauricio counters a low kick with a big combination of punches! He is unable to follow up, as Fujimoto circles and one again lands a low kick. Mauricio lands another nice combination that stumbles Fujimoto. Fujimoto fires back with a punch of his own. Mauricio counters another kick with a big flurry of punches. They men look exhausted. We enter the final minute of the fight. The bell sounds after neither man did much, signaling the end of this fight.

After 30 minutes, the fight will now go to the scorecards... and now, the winner by a 3-0 decision... Gyakusho Fujimoto! He will now face the winner of Candido/Correa in the semi-finals.

QUARTER-FINAL FIGHT #2

Dias Candido
28
6'1"
230lbs
72"
7-4-0
Strengths: Boxing, knockout power, chin

Julio Correa
25
6'1'"
230lbs
74" reach
6-0-0
Strengths: Boxing, underrated ground game, good off his back

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

The winner of this fight will win their spot to face Fujimoto in the semi-finals. Correa comes out guns blazing, able to land a nice combination that rocks Candido! Correa has Candido covering up against the ropes, landing punches at a blindingly fast rate! Candido goes down, Correa continues to throw punches! The referee pulls him off, the fight is over!

Julio Correa wins by referee stoppage due to punches.

QUARTER-FINAL FIGHT #3

Ilson de Lima
31
6'5"
251lbs
78" reach
13-6-0
Strengths: Size, kickboxing experience, knockout power

Armen Sarkisian
33
6'4"
265lbs
76" reach
22-2-0
Strengths: Good in the clinch, wrestling, power

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

de Lima throws a combination, Sarkisian ducking under to get the clinch. He gets double underhooks and forces de Lima against the ropes. With ease, he takes down de Lima. Sarkisian moves to side mount and begins delivering some big elbows to the face of de Lima! de Lima is covering up, he's hurt! The referee pulls Sarkisian off, it's over!

Armen Sarkisian wins by referee stoppage due to elbows. He will now face the winner of Fezzik/Arai in the semi-finals.

QUARTER-FINAL FIGHT #4

Hassan Fezzik
34
6'4"
237lbs
77" reach
25-0-0
Strengths: Submissions, takedowns, striking

Hiro Arai
28
6'2"
238lbs
75" reach
15-4-0
Strengths: Kickboxing experience, knockout power, takedown defense

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

The winner of this fight will face Sarkisian in the semi-finals. Both men come to the center of the ring, feeling each other out. They fall into clinch, Fezzik easily picking Arai up and slamming him down. Arai pulls guard. Fezzik lands some good elbows on the ground. Arai tries to sweep him, but Fezzik reverses it with ease, taking Arai's back. From there, he gets his hooks in and sinks in a rear naked choke. Within seconds, Arai taps out.

Hassan Fezzik wins via tap out due to a rear naked choke.

SEMI-FINAL FIGHT #1


Julio Correa
25
6'1'"
230lbs
74" reach
7-0-0
Strengths: Boxing, underrated ground game, good off his back

Gyokusho Fujimoto
24
6'4"
242lbs
78" reach
8-0-0
Strengths: Kickboxing experience, takedown defense, world class striking

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

The winner of this fight will fight the winner of Sarkisian/Fezzik in the finals. Fujimoto lands a nice body kick. Fujimoto dodges a jab and lands a nice right hook, dropping Correa. The referee starts the ten-count. Correa is up at 6 seconds. The referee restarts the fight. Fujimoto continues to dodge Correa's punches, landing his own strikes in the process. Fujimoto lands a hard leg kick. They clinch and begin to dirty box against the ropes. After a few moments, they separate. Fujimoto lands another leg kick. Correa is beginning to limp. He counters another combination with a leg kick. Fujimoto has utilized a lot of kicks in this fight, landing many to the body and legs of Correa. We enter the second half of this 30 minute fight. Fujimoto lands yet another leg kick. Fujimoto has landed 5 kicks in less than a minute. 5 minutes remains. Fujimoto gets double underhooks and forces Correa against the ropes. Fujimoto pulls back and throws a devastating right hook that drops Correa to the ground. He is saved by the bell.

After 30 minutes, the fight will now go to the scorecards... and now, the winner by a 3-0 decision... Gyakusho Fujimoto! He will now face the winner of Sarkisian/Fezzik in the finals.

SEMI-FINAL FIGHT #2

Hassan Fezzik
34
6'4"
237lbs
77" reach
26-0-0
Strengths: Submissions, takedowns, striking

Armen Sarkisian
33
6'4"
265lbs
76" reach
23-2-0
Strengths: Good in the clinch, wrestling, power

The winner will face Gyokusho Fujimoto in the finals. Fezzik fakes a right but throws the left, but Sarkisian avoids the punch. Sarkisian shoots for a double and surprisingly, is able to take Fezzik down. Fezzik pulls guard. Sarkisian smothers Fezzik. Sarkisian attempts to move past guard, but let's his guard down as Fezzik slaps on a triangle! He taps out!

Hassan Fezzik wins via tap out due to a triangle choke.

FINAL FIGHT

Gyokusho Fujimoto
24
6'4"
242lbs
78" reach
9-0-0
Strengths: Kickboxing experience, takedown defense, world class striking

Hassan Fezzik
34
6'4"
237lbs
77" reach
27-0-0
Strengths: Submissions, takedowns, striking

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

The winner of this fight will be the inaugural Alpha-1 Heavyweight Champion. Fezzik misses a huge overhand right, but manages to avoid a counter body kick. Fezzik shoots in and gets the takedown, easily shifting to side mount. Fezzik lands a huge knee to the body of Fujimoto before going for an armbar! It looks like Fujimoto is finished, but is able to pop his arm out at the last second! He tries to shift back to guard, but Fezzik once again goes for the arm bar. This time it's locked in tight, forcing the tap from a tenacious Fujimoto.

Hassan Fezzik wins via tap out due to an armbar. He wins the inaugural Alpha-1 Heavyweight Title.
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