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Unread 04-13-2012, 11:25 AM
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I'll say, this has been an amazing read so far. Keep at it, it brings to mind the old PRIDE days, which probably is kind of the point. :P

I'll have to ask, who are Nazario Pessao, Edilberto de Silva, Dustin Harris, Rodney Bradley, etc. ? Regens? By reading your dynasty I've become interested in the characters, I want to know more of them!
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Unread 04-13-2012, 07:08 PM
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Dustin Harris is a custom of mine. Rodney Bradley and Nezario Pessao were just default for me, maybe they haven't debuted in your game yet?

But, thanks man! I appreciate it. It's fun to write and it makes it even better when people enjoy it!
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ALPHA-1: TOTAL ELIMINATION 2001


The tournament to decide the final vacant title is coming up within the next week. This time it will be arguably the most stacked division in Alpha-1: the middleweights. Not only that, but it will feature the debut of 9-0 knockout artist Blas Suarez, who has won every one of his fights by first round knockout. But, he will have a very tough test against veteran Chinese wrestler, Greg Chiang.

FIGHTS


TOURNAMENT BOUTS
Affonso Villar vs Martin De Vries
Braulio Moura vs Heiji Endo
Junior Patinkin vs Neil Napier
John Rivero vs Ieyoshi Yamashita
Roberto Aldez vs Tadao Miyazaki
Zvanomir Asanovic vs Bambang Sriyanto
Sho Kitabatake vs Yoritomo Ina
Jin Katou vs Tadamasa Yamada


NON-TOURNAMENT BOUTS
Giovanni de Matos vs Daigo Kitaguchi
Blas Suarez vs Greg Chiang
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FIGHT #1


Blas Suarez
27
5'6"
147lbs
67" reach
9-0-0
Strengths: Takedowns, ground & pound, knockout power

Greg Chiang
33
5'11"
155lbs
73" reach
15-5-0
Strengths: Strength, top control, conditioning

__________________________

The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

In the first bout of the night we saw two very strong wrestlers facing off in the lightweight division. Chiang, known for his size and raw strength, came into the bout as the favorite. However, Suarez has looked impressive on the regional circuit racking up nine first round knockouts since making his debut. Many felt this fight would take place on the feet due to both men's wrestling canceling each other out, but it would be Suarez who would get a takedown on the bigger Chiang early. Easily passing to mount, Suarez began to unload with punches and elbows. Chiang attempted to defend but found himself overwhelmed by the Mexican native, forcing to the referee to step in merely four minutes into the bout. Blas Suarez proves the critics wrong as he takes out a veteran fighter in Chiang, and advances to 10-0 all by first round knockout.

Blas Suarez wins by referee stoppage due to strikes.

FIGHT #2


Giovanni de Matos
25
6'0"
138lbs
73" reach
5-0-0
Strengths: Leg kicks, underrated ground game, knockout power

Daigo Kitaguchi
28
6'1"
242lbs
74" reach
5-5-0
Strengths: Wrestling, durable, ground & pound

__________________________

The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

A sleeper for fight of the night, both of these guys went to war from bell to bell. The undefeated Giovanni de Matos went up against the rather unheralded journeyman Daigo Kitaguchi. For most of the fight, de Matos was able to score on the outside and pick Kitaguchi apart, rocking him numerous times. Kitaguchi, to his credit, continued to come forward and take punishment while landing some decent shots of his own. Not many gave Kitaguchi a chance to win this fight, but towards the end it seemed it might happen. Around the final ten minutes de Matos began to tire, allowing Kitaguchi to finally score a takedown, even getting mount and taking his back. While Kitaguchi showed heart in his attempts to finish de Matos, he just didin't have to energy to finish it. Although Kitaguchi ended the fight strong, de Matos scores the unanimous decision due to his control in the stand throughout most of the fight.

Giovanni de Matos wins by a 3-0 decision.

GRAND PRIX PRELIMINARY #1


Jin Katou
30
6'0"
205lbs
74" reach
17-0-0
Strengths: Well rounded, boxing, wrestling

Tadamasa Yamada
32
6'0"
205lbs
74" reach
21-1-0
Strengths: Ground control, submissions, well rounded

__________________________

The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

In the first preliminary of the night, Katou and Yamada squared off for a spot in the quarter finals. Many critics felt this would be the most even fight of the night as both men are known for their well rounded skills. Yamada didn't feel the same as he was easily able to bring Katou down to the mat and secure back control after a failed sweep from Katou. From the back Katou managed to defend a couple submissions before finally succumbing to a rear naked choke. Yamada advances to the quarter finals where he will face the winner of Kitabatake/Ina.

Tadamasa Yamada wins via tap out due to a rear naked choke.

GRAND PRIX PRELIMINARY #2


Sho Kitabatake
33
6'3"
205lbs
77" reach
14-0-0
Strengths: Olympic level judo, cardio, durable

Yoritomo Ina
32
5'11"
205lbs
72" reach
23-8-0
Strengths: Veteran experience, submission expert, very durable

__________________________

The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

The winner of this fight would face Tadamasa Yamada in the quarter finals. Kitabatake spent this fight dominating Ina, but displayed his biggest weakness perhaps as he was unable to finish Ina, even after mounting him and taking his back on numerous occasions. A rather dull fight consisting of Kitabatake smothering Ina with his grinding top control, he wins by unanimous decision and moves on to the quarter finals.

Sho Kitabatake wins by a 3-0 decision.

GRAND PRIX PRELIMINARY #3


Zvonimir Asanovic
32
6'2"
205lbs
77" reach
27-2-0
Strengths: Knockout power, kickboxing, veteran experience

Bambang Sriyanto
34
5'10"
185lbs
70" reach
22-6-2
Strengths: Muay thai, knockout power, dangerous clinch work

__________________________

The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

Another outstanding fight in the preliminaries of the tournament, Asanovic and Sriyanto both known for their devastating striking abilities and it showed in this middleweight tilt. Early on Asanovic was the aggressor, utilizing his reach and landing many hard shots from the outside. At point, he managed to knock down Sriyanto and follow up with some good ground and pound but the fight would eventually go back to standing. From here the fight began to even out as Sriyanto used his low kicks to keep Asanovic off balance and unable to land at will like he had before. Finally, out of nowhere, Sriyanto would land a counter right hand that sent Asanovic face first into the mat! In what was one of the biggest upsets of the tournament, underdog Bambang Sriyanto is able to knockout Asanovic cold! He advances to the quarter finals where he will face the winner of Aldez/Miyazaki.

Bambang Sriyanto wins by KO.

GRAND PRIX PRELIMINARY #4


Roberto Aldez
37
5'11"
192lbs
72" reach
43-11-0
Strengths: Veteran experience, pin point striking, clinch work

Tadao Miyazaki
26
5'9"
185lbs
70" reach
10-1-0
Strengths: Karate black belt, unorthodox style, underrated ground game

__________________________

The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

Another exciting stand up affair, this time between the pin point thai boxer Roberto Aldez and the unorthodox karate stylings of Tadao Miyazaki. Aldez looked good early on, but couldn't really seem to figure out Miyazai. Miyazaki also looked good, but didn't land many hard shots. A good handful of this fight was made up of both men keeping distance and feeling each other out. Aldez was able to utilize his dangerous clinch work and land a hard elbow that would cut open Miyazaki, threatening to end the fight. It wouldn't happen, however, as Miyazaki continued on and was even able to drop Aldez with a hard left hand, immediately mounting him afterwards. Miyazaki attempted to finish the fight, but Aldez was tenacious from the bottom in his defense. Miyazaki showed diversity, attempting to end the fight via armbar but was unsuccessful in his attempt. The bout would go to decision with Miyazaki coming out as the winner. He will face Sriyanto in the quarter finals.

Tadao Miyazaki wins by a 3-0 decision.

GRAND PRIX PRELIMINARY #5


John Rivero
30
6'1"
210lbs (Rivero came in overweight)
75" reach
14-2-0
Strengths: Takedowns, top control, ground & pound

Ieyoshi Yamashita
36
5'11"
178lbs
72" reach
22-10-0
Strengths: Takedowns, world class judo, top control

__________________________

The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

Though Rivero came into this bout overweight, he did not fail to impress as he is able to finish Yamashita with strikes in merely minutes. The rather mediocre Yamashita, known mostly for his world class judo skills, was unable to do anything on the ground against Rivero other than defend. Rivero was able to takedown Yamashita early and move to the mount with ease. From there he attempted numerous submissions before finally getting the back and opting to finish the fight via ground and pound. With this win Rivero moves to the quarter finals where he will face the winner of Patinkin/Napier.

John Rivero wins by referee stoppage due to punches.

GRAND PRIX PRELIMINARY #6


Junior Patinkin
35
6'4"
205lbs
80" reach
16-1-0
Strengths: Top control, boxing, takedowns

Neil Napier
31
5'11"
185lbs
72" reach
15-1-0
Strengths: Muay thai, submissions, well rounded

__________________________

The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

A bout between two very well rounded fighters, both with backgrounds in judo and striking. Patinkin used his boxing early on in the fight, as well as his 8" reach advantage over Napier. Napier had a bit of trouble as Patinkin boxed from the outside, but was able to counteract it with his muay thai leg kicks. This backfired, however, as Patinkin was able to grab one of his leg kicks and use it to take Napier down. From the bottom, Napier easily locked up a triangle choke out of nowhere that would force Patinkin to tap! yet another big upset in this middleweight grand prix, as Neil Napier is the second man to defeat Junior Patinkin. He will face John Rivero in the quarter finals.

Neil Napier wins via tap out due to a triangle choke.

GRAND PRIX PRELIMINARY #7


Braulio Moura
28
6'1"
185lbs
76" reach
20-2-0 1NC
Strengths: Cardio, muay thai, clinch work

Heiji Endo
30
6'0"
185lbs
73" reach
12-1-0
Strengths: Iron chin, takedowns, grinding style

__________________________

The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

Braulio Moura came into this fight as one of most highly touted fighter in not only the middleweight division, but in all of MMA. Known for his devastating striking, many did not give the soft spoken wrestler in Endo a chance against the heavy handed Moura. Early on, it seemed that was the case as Moura landed with frequency, even catching Endo with a spinning back elbow to the jaw! While it rocked him, the iron chinned Endo would continue on. From here, it was all Endo. Using his powerful wrestling background he took down Moura numerous times, getting mount and back control with ease. Finally, with only five minutes left, Endo was able to land some hard punches from the top. Moura, unable to defend due to bad positioning and fatigue, had no way out. The referee was forced to stop the fight. Endo shocks the critics as he defeats Braulio Moura and advances to the quarter finals where he will face the winner of Villar/De Vries.

Heiji Endo wins by referee stoppage due to strikes.

GRAND PRIX PRELIMINARY #8


Affonso Villar
25
5'10"
205lbs
70" reach
25-2-0
Strengths: Muay thai, knockout power, takedown defense

Maartin De Vries
34
5'11"
185lbs
74" reach
15-7-0
Strengths: Low kicks, conditioning, elusive

__________________________

The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

The final fight in the preliminaries of the tournament and it did not fail to disappoint. Two devastating muay thai stylists, both men came out swinging. While De Vries was more technically sound, Villar's power seemed to be too much for him early. Villar used the clinch to batter De Vries body with hard knees before landing a huge uppercut that rocked him. De Vries would survive, but not for long. Villar lands a huge flurry of punches that drop De Vries around six minutes in. Villar continues to unload on the ground, forcing the referee to pull him off. Villar wins and continues his streak within the division. He will face Heiji Endo in the quarter finals.

Affonso Villar wins by referee stoppage due to punches.
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Unread 05-07-2012, 08:00 PM
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(WOW! Sorry for the delay. Hope you all enjoy this next event.)

ALPHA-1: WARRIORS OF THE RING


Set to debut on Japanese Sports Vision 2, Alpha-1 presents the first in a line of free to watch MMA events. Alpha-1 President, Jonathon Hall, has stated that this event will be one of the biggest of the year featuring title fights between newly crowned welterweight champion Ichisake Miyagi (4-0 A-1) and hard hitting contender Edilberto de Silva (3-1 A-1). As well as a highly anticipated title match between defending lightweight champion and submission specialist, Dustin Harris (7-1 A-1) and former SIGMA champion Fiyero Lermontov (0-0 A-1). Not only that, but former heavyweight title challenger Nazario Pessao (4-1 A-1) and undefeated Brazilian striker Gladstone Lopez (0-0 A-1).

FIGHTS
Ichisake Miyagi vs Edilberto de Silva
Dustin Harris vs Fiyero Lermontov
Nazario Pessao vs Gladstone Lopez
Nilton Fantoni vs Rodney Bradley
Gabriel Gallo vs Jeremy Douille
Ikku Funaki vs John Harrison
Nate MacReary vs Wally Bryant
Lazaro Campos vs Manoel Cabral
Ryan Beeker vs Valdo Calamari
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FIGHT #1

"The All American" Ryan Beeker
22
6'0"
170lbs
74" reach
MMA debut
Strengths: Very strong, takedowns, conditioning
Betting Line: +410

Valdo Calamari
24
5'10"
170lbs
71" reach
3-2-0
Strengths: Well rounded, top control, conditioning
Betting Line: -520

__________________________

The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

Calamari, who has been on a 2 fight losing streak, was given the unheralded Ryan Beeker to hopefully get him back into the winners circle. Calamari, who at one time was consider a top prospect in the welterweight division, now struggles just to get by. Unfortunately, once again, Calamari would be dominated by lesser competition. Unable to do much in the stand up, Calamari shot in for a takedown after a few minutes of lack luster striking. Beeker, the all American wrestler, easily stuffed the shot and actually wound up in mount moments later, allowing him to pound away at a stunned Calamari. Beeker would go on to score the TKO victory and cement himself as a fighter to watch in the welterweight division. As for Calamari, he drops to 3-3 in his MMA career, most of his losses coming to somewhat unheralded competition.

Ryan Beeker wins by referee stoppage due to punches from mount.

FIGHT #2


Lazaro "Riptide" Campos
27
5'6"
155lbs
66" reach
2-1-0
Strengths: Heavy handed, boxing, elusive
Betting Line: +770

Manoel "Colagem" Cabral
27
5'10"
155lbs
70" reach
5-0-0
Strengths: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, submissions, underrated striking
Betting Line: -970

__________________________

The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

A battle between two exciting Brazilian countrymen, Cabral and Campos went at it. Early on, Campos used his speed and striking to nullify the reach advantage of Cabral and even wobbled him with a right hand. However, Cabral was able to take it to the ground not long after. From here, many anticipated the quick submission stoppage from the jiu jitsu black belt. Surprisingly, Campos defended well on the ground, escaping mount, a leg lock attempt and even getting side mount on Cabral. Cabral, able to recover half guard, was too much for Campos by this point and latched on to a kimura. Campos fought it as long as he could, but eventually was forced to give in to the wrenching arm lock and tap out. While Campos did lose, he showed that he is still improving greatly. Cabral improves his undefeated record to 6-0 and is truly making a case for a title shot in the lightweight division.

Manoel Cabral wins via tap out due to a kimura.

FIGHT #3


Nate "Big Mac" MacReary
26
6'3"
246lbs
77" reach
6-0-0
Strengths: Takedowns, ground and pound, very strong
Betting Line: -550

Wally "The Giant" Bryant
26
6'3"
265lbs
77" reach
4-0-0
Strengths: Iron chin, heavy hands, underrated wrestling
Betting Line: +430

__________________________

The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

Two of the biggest fighters in the heavyweight division set to take on each other in Alpha-1. MacReary, known for his driving takedowns and powerful ground and pound did just that for a good portion of the fight. Early on, MacReary had trouble dealing with the size of Bryant, unable to take it to the ground. Finally, showing incredible strength, MacReary lifted the 265lb Bryant up and slammed him to the canvas. MacReary mounted Bryant with ease and began unloading heavy punches the face of his opponent. Eventually Bryant rolled over and gave up his back, but once again he was able to deal with the punches from MacReary. The referee would stand them up and by now both men were gassed. The rest of the fight would consist of both men grappling for supremacy to no avail and throwing wild haymakers. Towards the end, Bryant began to do well in the clinch, utilizing good dirty boxing, but it was too little to late as MacReary scores the unanimous decision over his opponent.

Nate MacReary wins by a 3-0 judges decision.

FIGHT #4

"The Fist of Justice" Ikku Funaki
30
5'7"
170lbs
68" reach
16-8-0
Strengths: Heavy hands, vicious ground & pound, fast
Betting Line: +180

John "Hardcase" Harrison
30
5'8"
170lbs
70" reach
8-2-1
Strengths: Granite chin, ground & pound, boxing
Betting Line: -230

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The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

In what will easily be called "Fight of the Night", the hard hitting Funaki and Harrison went at it in a total slug fest. Early on, Funaki established his power advantage quickly by nearly dropping Harrison. Harrison, showcasing a very hard chin, was able to take plenty of hard shots and land some of his own. The ever elusive Funaki was doing well on the feet, utilizing his speed and power to slowly wear down the plodding Harrison. Finally, later into the fight, Funaki would connect on a huge right hand that sent Harrison reeling to the canvas. The granite chinned Harrison shook off the cobwebs quickly and scrambled before Funaki could dive in with more punches, using his wrestling background to make his way to side control on top of the Japanese fighter. From here, he moved to mount and began to pound away with punches. An exhausted Funaki had little answer for the heavy hands raining down on his chin, and the referee was forced to step and save him from taking any more damage. John Harrison gets the biggest win of his career, finishing a Japanese MMA legend in Funaki. Funaki, who is now on a three fight losing streak, has truly fallen from grace since defeating the likes of da Guia and Douille.

John Harrison wins by referee stoppage due to punches from mount.

FIGHT #5


"Mad Dog" Gabriel Gallo
32
5'9"
170lbs
71" reach
15-5-0
Strengths: Devastating clinch striking, muay thai, underrated ground game
Betting Line: -540

Jeremy "Akimbo" Douille
22
6'0"
170lbs
72" reach
19-6-0
Strengths: Pro kickboxing experience, high level striking, underrated ground game
Betting Line: +430

__________________________

The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

Yet another war between two strikers. Early on, Douille seemed to have the fight in the bag, dropping Gallo with a over hand right only seconds into the fight. He would do damage on the ground, but eventually the referee would stand the fighters up. From here, Gallo began to find his rhythm, scoring with leg kicks and using the clinch to land good elbows. Douille's Dutch kick boxing style was not matching up well with Gallo's muay thai, and it all culminated into a huge muay thai knee that knock Douille out cold! Yet again, the extremely talented Douille is unable to take advantage of a fight that was easily going in his favor, cementing his place as a choke artist in the world of MMA.

Gabriel Gallo wins by KO.

FIGHT #6


Nilton Fantoni
25
6'1"
202lbs
75" reach
7-1-0
Strengths: BJJ black belt, wrestling, underrated striking
Betting Line: -420

Rodney "Young Legend" Bradley
21
6'0"
185lbs
71" reach
3-0-0
Strengths: World class jiu jitsu, well rounded, heavy hands
Betting Line: +330

__________________________

The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

Much the fight before it, Rodney came out swinging and was able to rock Fantoni early with some very hard shots. However, Fantoni used his surprisingly good wrestling to take Rodney down at will. Bradley was active on the ground but was unable to lock in any submissions as Fantoni easily made his way to side control before taking mount. From here, it was only a matter of time before Fantoni fell back for an armbar, forcing the tap from Rodney Bradley. With that, the undefeated Bradley suffers his first loss. Fantoni, now back in the winners circle since suffering his devastating loss to Toby Sorkin, imrpoves to 8-1.

Nilton Fantoni wins via tap out due to an armbar.

FIGHT #7

Nazario "Piranha" Pessao
28
6'1"
230lbs
73" reach
12-1-0
Strengths: Jiu-jitsu, knockout power, finishing ability
Betting Line: -550

"The Brazilian Bomber" Gladstone Lopes
27
6'2"
257lbs
75" reach
13-0-1
Strengths: Iron chin, heavy hands, low kicks
Betting Line: +430

__________________________

The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

In easily the most one sided fight of the night, Pessao immediately took down Lopes from the opening bell and used his high level ground work to smother Lopes on his back. Lopes defended well, fending off arm locks and numerous arm triangles before finally giving in to an armbar only a few minutes in to the bout. This marks the fourth arm bar victory for Pessao within Alpha-1, as he now rides a two fight winning streak. As for Lopes, he faces the first loss of his career. Many had hyped Lopes as the better fighter, but ultimately he was not able to do any damage to the former title challenger.

Nazario Pessao wins via tap out due to an armbar.

FIGHT #8

Dustin "Big Time" Harris
24
5'8"
155lbs
72" reach
17-1-0
Strengths: Takedowns, ADCC veteran, well rounded
Betting Line: +350

Fiyero Lermontov
31
5'10"
155lbs
70" reach
14-0-0
Strengths: Boxing, conditioning, well rounded
Betting Line: -450


__________________________

The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

In what would be Harris' first defense as the champion, he had a huge challenge in front of him in Lermontov. Possessing lightning fast hands and impressive ground work, the undefeated SIGMA champion had no doubts coming into this fight. The 17-1 Harris felt he had the advantage on the ground, but once the fight took place, was dominated from the start. Lermontov using his speed and striking, kept Harris from getting in close for the takedown. Instead, it would Lermontov getting the takedown and controlling a shell shocked Harris on top. The referee would stand them up do to inactivity, but Lermontov would once again get the takedown, this time moving to side mount and forcing the tap with a key lock. A devastating loss for Dustin Harris, who had just won the title. Harris, who seems to struggle with high competition, has been recently pegged as a choke artist. Perhaps a move up in weight would benefit the former champion. As for Lermontov, he moves up in rank as he dominates the former world champion.

Fiyero Lermontov wins via tap out due to a key lock.

FIGHT #9


"The Devil in Blue" Ichisake Miyagi
29
5'11"
170lbs
72" reach
26-3-0
Strengths: Grinding style, chin, clinch work
Betting Line: -390

Edilberto "Ghetto Kid" de Silva
26
5'7"
170lbs
70" reach
14-3-1
Strengths: Leg kicks, muay thai clinch, finishing ability
Betting Line: +310

__________________________

The bell rings, signaling the beginning of the fight.

In the final match of the evening, lightweight turned welterweight bad boy Edilberto de Silva challenged Ichisake Miyagi for the welterweight title. Miyagi, the grinder, easily took down de Silva from the start, utilizing his wrestling and top control to keep de Silva from sweeping him or setting up a submission. de Silva would defend for a while, but ultimately gave in as Miyagi got mount and began to pound away before the ref stopped it. A rather unheralded showing from a fighter many believed to be one of the most dangerous in the sport. With that loss, de Silva moves to 3-2 in Alpha-1 and 1-1 in the welterweight division. Miyagi defends his crown and proves why he is one of the best in the sport.

Ichisake Miyagi wins by referee stoppage due to punches from mount.
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