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January Week 2 1989
Ultimate Fighting Association
UFA IS BORN


MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) is upon us. 21 Year Old New York "Business Man" Elijah Barnett has shocked the world of combat and formed The Worlds First Mixed Martial Arts Fighting Promotion. Barnett has (according to himself) been an avid follower of all forms of fighting and has often wondered what type of man it takes to be labelled "The Best Fighter In The World" or as Barnett now phrases it "The Ultimate Fighter".

Barnett comes from a fairly wealthy background and has decided to put his money where his mouth is and back his idea/dream (whatever you wish to call it) and form a promotion which will see all types of combat represented from fighters across the world.

1989 will mark "The Birth of MMA" with Barnett founding UFA (Ultimate Fighting Association), the first ever professional Mixed Martial Arts company (to record, atleast) in the world. Barnett did say that he has plans to host UFA's first event in a few months time (Around February/March) and has promised that the event will showcase some of the greatest talents from around the world.

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January Week 3 1989
Ultimate Fighting Association
ULTIMATE FIGHTER ANNOUNCED


Today Elijah Barnett and UFA have officially released a press statement for "The First Ever Professional Mixed Martial Arts Fight Tournament". There have been plenty of rumors flying from across the world and today we can finally address some of them.

Barnett, Founder and Owner of UFA has said that he has scoured the globe looking for "The Best On Offer" from The World Of Combat, but later contradicted himself as he said that his options were tested when fighters declined his offer, with many stating that travelling half way across the world for an "Unknown Company" for a "Glorified Street Fight" was too expensive both financially and at a potential cost to their reputation and health. Confident in himself and his chosen talent, Barnett has released full info on The Tournament rules, and with there being only one rule to adhere to we will recap this in full. There are no rules as Barnett wants to see each fighters full capabilities, so anything goes with each bout being contested over a 15 Minute period. To win you will have to knock out or submit your opponent, with a judges decision the final outcome if no fighter has submitted or been knocked out in the allotted 15 Minutes, although Barnett did say that he expects each Fighter to do everything he can to find a way to finish his opponent. The bouts will be "No Holds Barred" so to speak and will also allow fighters to finish their opponent on the ground with an arsenal of strikes that most other sports consider illegal, soccer punts to a downed opponent for example.

Once a fighter has beaten his opponent he will advance to the next round of the tournament until 1 man reigns supreme. 8 Men have been selected for the tournament, with another 4 who will act as "Alternates" on the chance that a tournament fighter becomes injured or unable to compete. "Alternates" will also compete throughout the night to decide which Fighter will be used (If Required) in The Main Tournament. The Overall Winner will be crowned "The Ultimate Fighter" and have bragging rights over all other Fighters and Combat Disciplines across The World.

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The bloodsport Dynasty got me salivating to start my own and I can only imagine the amount of work that went into the global verse. It's amazing.
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January Week 4 1989
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ULTIMATE FIGHTER DATE CONFIRMED


Elijah Barnett has confirmed that 'The Ultimate Fighter' Will take place March Week 2 1989, in Nevada. The brackets have been announced and the competitors have commenced their training regime in a bid to become 'The Ultimate Fighter'. 4 First round bouts will be followed by 2 Semi Finals and then The Ultimate Fighter Finale, where one man will earn the prestigious honour and become 'The Ultimate Fighter'. Barnett continued that there were originally two "Alternate Bouts" scheduled for the night but Dan Halvorsen has been forced to withdraw from the event after breaking his arm during training. His opponent Rick Stanley agreed to cancel the bout ahead of fight night instead of looking for a potential replacement opponent. Barnett said that he was very excited by the prospect of both of these men competing, and as unfortunate as it was he respects Stanleys decision and hopes to be able to put both fighters to use at future UFA events.

First Round Bout
James Foster 230lbs [0-0] vs Greg Atteveld 192lbs [0-0]

Foster is a World Calibre Wrestler who is also accomplished in Jiu Jitsu. Combine that with his weight advantage over his opponent Greg Atteveld and you can see why the 22 year old from Illinois is the early favorite to become "The Ultimate Fighter". However Atteveld is not to be scoffed at with his high honours im Jiu Jitsu plus the experienced gained from the added age at 11 years the senior. If Atteveld can secure a spot in the next round by defeating Foster then surely he cannot be overlooked to win the whole tournament.

First Round Bout
Perren Ventre 255lbs [0-0] vs Eugene Clough 268lbs [0-0]

Ventre may only be 18, but The Canadian Heavyweight looks to have a bright future in combat sports having trained in Greco-Roman Wrestling. Eugene Clough will have an approximate 20lb advantage over Ventre and will look to use his size and Wrestling ability to slow down his fellow Canadian and grind out a win.

First Round Bout
Sean Morrison 175lbs [0-0] vs Geoff Cahill 182lbs [0-0]

Morrison enters the tournament as the lightest competitor at 175lbs but his World Renowned Wrestling and advanced submissions should secure him the victory over Cahill who offers little other than pure heart and striking ability. Cahill will be looking to keep Morrison at bay by using his height advantage and some clever strikes as he searches for a knockout victory.

First Round Bout
Mac Fuller 196lbs [0-0] vs Mark Cohen 216lbs [0-0]

New Yorker, Fuller is an accomplished Boxer who likes to look for The Big Hits that will most certainly end his opponents night early. The man trying to stop that will be Mark Cohen, a Light Heavyweight who thrives under pressure. If Cohen can get on top of Fuller early then he may find himself on the opposite end of a "Big Hit" as Cohen is a fan of the "Ground and Pound" fight style.

Alternate Bout
Frank Analysis 233lbs [0-0] vs Jeff Carlton 256lbs [0-0]

Analysis and Carlton will compete after all of the main fight first round bouts if there has been no fighters injured or unable to compete at the start of the night. If this is the case then one of these two will step in where needed, if not then they will fight against each other as they battle inside the cage with Carlton taking a heavy early lead as the book makers favourite between the these two.

Perren Ventre/Eugene Clough will face James Foster/Greg Atteveld In Semi Final 1
Geoff Cahill/Sean Morrison will face Mac Fuller/Mark Cohen in Semi Final 2
The Winner of each Semi Final will advance to The Main Event where The First Ever "Ultimate Fighter" will be decided.

Elijah Barnett has been recorded saying that he feels there are a couple of strong runners for the tournament, but in a battle decided not only by discipline, but also experience, size and skill...this tournament could be anyones for the taking, as it can just take one second to change the outcome of a fight. Barnett promises the crowd a night like no other and hopes that the event will be one of many more to come. Mixed Martial Arts has a long way to go if its to ever be as popular as other sports such as "Professional Wrestling" and Boxing, but Barnett and The UFA have certainly started on a high so far.

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February Week 2 1989
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FIGHTER IN DOUBT


Ultimate Fighter entrant Sean Morrison has today informed UFA officials that he has suffered an injury to his back, albeit a minor one. Elijah Barnett and his team are assessing the situation over the coming days and will make a statement once more details are available.

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February Week 4 1989
Ultimate Fighting Association
SEAN MORRISON INJURY UPDATE


UFA have today released details of Sean Morrisons back injury. The fighter has been deemed fit to compete in 2 weeks time and is said to be looking forward to being back to full training. Dan Halvorsen however is not as lucky and will remain on the sidelines until his arm has fully healed, the plus side being that it is not broken as first suspected.

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March Week 2 1989
Ultimate Fighting Association
UFA: THE ULTIMATE FIGHTER RESULTS


First Round Bout
James Foster 230lbs [0-0] vs Greg Atteveld 192lbs [0-0]

The weight difference was obvious to begin as the favourite made light work of his opponent. Attevelds clinch was his downfall as this allowed Foster to sweep the leg and take the fight to the ground. After giving up his back and blocking Fosters first Rear Naked attempt, Atteveld allowed Foster to get both hooks in and was unable to block Fosters second attempt and quickly signalled his submission.
James Foster defeats Greg Atteveld Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 4:32 of round 1


First Round Bout
Perren Ventre 255lbs [0-0] vs Eugene Clough 268lbs [0-0]

Ventre came out wanting to grapple but a few swift jabs to distract saw him victim of a leg sweep. Much like the first bout, this was over as soon as it hit the ground and the larger Clough secured the second Rear Naked Choke submission of the night.
Eugene Clough defeats Perren Ventre Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 2:00 of round 1


First Round Bout
Sean Morrison 175lbs [0-0] vs Geoff Cahill 182lbs [0-0]

Cahill towered over his opponent but height didn't matter too much as Morrison immediately went for a takedown with success. Cahill did his best to slow down Morrison, but his high calibre wrestling was on full show as he managed to eventually get Cahills back. Cahill's strength only delayed the finish as he pulled off multiple Rear Naked Choke attempts. Morrison hits a few clean shots which allows him space to get his arm under the chin of Cahill and flatten him. Cahill had no plans of submitting and it took everything Morrison had to finish his opponent, who refused to tap and and passed out.The Third Rear Naked Choke finish of the night. A great performance from Morrison who leas than 3 weeks ago was in doubt of being able to compete tonight.
Sean Morrison defeats Geoff Cahill Technical Submission in 7:23 of round 1


First Round Bout
Mac Fuller 196lbs [0-0] vs Mark Cohen 216lbs [0-0]

Fuller hit the blocks hot as he pummelled Cohen with quick punch after punch. It wasn't long before Cohen wobbled and Fuller looked to finish, but was unable as Cohen shook off the damage. Cohen manages to maintain Fuller from the bottom and the referee eventually brought them back to their feet. A single leg sees Cohen now gain control as he throws punch after punch whilst lay on top of Fuller. Fuller this time holds Cohen from attacking and the referee again brings the fighters to their feet. The rest of the bout saw both fighters remain on their feet as fatigue kicked in. A war ensued with both fighters taking as many punches as they landed. A gash appears underneath the left eye of Cohen as they continued to strike. The bell rang for the end of 15 Minutes and the result went to the judges decision.
Mac Fuller defeats Mark Cohen Unanimous Decision in 15:00 of round 1

Alternate Bout
Frank Analysis 233lbs [0-0] vs Jeff Carlton 256lbs [0-0]

Cartlon comes in with about 20lb on Analysis, who decides to ignore Carltons offer to touch gloves. An unmatched takedown sees Carlton soon in control attempting an arm triangle, which Analysis escapes from. A second submission attempt saw Carlton's arm slip out of his Kimura and Analysis survives, attempting to slow down his opponent. Its not long before Carlton gets a mount and reigns down blow after blow, knocking Analysis out for the win.
Jeff Carlton defeats Frank Analysis Knockout Punch in 3:20 of round 1


Semi Final Bout
James Foster 230lbs [1-0] vs Eugene Clough 268lbs [1-0]

Foster gives up a major size disadvantage as he begins with a tirade of jabs followed by crosses. He throws one last jab and winces as it lands, he's clearly in pain. He takes down Clough with a huge drive, perhaps out of desperation. Immediately he fights into mount and throws multiple hard elbows. The referee pushes him off as he calls for the end of the fight. Foster has beat Clough but by doing so it looks as though he has injured himself.
James Foster defeats Eugene Clough TKO Strikes in 2:28 of round 1


Semi Final Bout
Mac Fuller 196lbs [1-0] vs Sean Morrison 175lbs [1-0]

Again Morrison finds himself at a 20lb disadvantage for this Semi Final Bout. Fuller looked very confident as he closed the gap with a barrage of strikes, but was unfortunately taken down by Morrison with perfect timing. Once on top Morrison was in full control, moving from position to position, eventually allowing him to dig his heels in and apply another deadly Rear Naked Choke. Fuller had no option but to tap out. Morrison will take on Foster in the final.
Sean Morrison defeats Mac Fuller Submission Rear Naked Choke in 6:30 of round 1


Final Bout
James Foster 230lbs [2-0] vs Sean Morrison 175lbs [2-0]

Both Fighters took to the cage with their team, in a bizarre turn of events James Foster has forfeited the match due to injury. The Referee announces that Sean Morrison wins the bout and becomes "The Ultimate Fighter". The crowd do not sound too happy with tonights climax.
Sean Morrison defeats James Foster Forfeit

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March Week 2 1989
Ultimate Fighting Association
UFA: THE ULTIMATE FIGHTER PRESS CONFERENCE


Elijah Barnett thanks the crowd who attended The Ultimate Fighter and for all those who have shown interest. He co granulated Sean Morrison on a great night and announces him as 'The Ultimate Fighter'. The questions are firing from the press as Elijah foes his best to address them all. He did say that although the final took a twist and he knows the fans wanted to see a fight... it was a twist that could not be helped as James Foster has a broken wrist after his fight with Eugene Clough. He commends both Foster and Morrison for the performances and says that Morrison shown his heart by not pulling out when he was recommended to a few weeks before the event.

Morrison was fully fit when he arrived at the event as was Foster, but the medics and his team would not allow him to compete in the final despite him wishing otherwise. Barnett said that he had spoken with Morrison privately and although they both acknowledge what has unfolded here tonoght, Morrison says that he would like to have been able to prove himself in the final. With that Barnett announced plans for a second event 'The Ultimate Fighter 2' where Morrison will return in hopes of victory once again. The press bombarded Barnett with questions about the next event but he managed to shut them down as he said there is alot to discuss. He thanked the crowd once again, praised all of the fighters involved and wished everyone a speedy recovery, finishing the conference by saying that UFA will return soon before he left.

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April Week 1 1989
Ultimate Fighting Association
UFA: THE ULTIMATE FIGHTER 2 DATE SET


Elijah Barnett has been quiet as of late, but today he has confirmed that "The Ultimate Fighter 2" has been set. The event will take place in New York (His Home Town) June Week 4 of 1989 and will feature previous "The Ultimate Fighter" winner Sean Morrison. Morrison will look to come out on top of the tournament once again, having recently been quoted to saying he does not feel like "The Best" due to the twist that the Final took.

Barnett confirmed that along with Morrison, Mac Fuller will also return but it remains to be seen if this will be as part of the tournament. Barnett offered no further info on participants other than James Foster will not be taking part as he is yet to return to full fitness after breaking his wrist in The Semi Finals of The Ultimate Fighter.
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April Week 3 1989
Ultimate Fighting Association
THE ULTIMATE FIGHTER 2 CARD RELEASED


First Round Bout
Sean Morrison 175lbs [3-0] vs Jim Carpenter 170lbs [0-0]

"The Ultimate Fighter" Sean Morrison returns to UFA in hopes of proving himself this time around. Morrison has said that he wasn't happy with the outcome of the last final and wants to show what he is capable of against the best opponents. Jim Carpenter will head over from England and will be tasked with taking on "The Ultimate Fighter" in the first round. Carpenter will have the odd against him and will need to fight clever to avoid Morrisons vice-like Guillotines.

First Round Bout
Perren Ventre 255lbs [0-1] vs Yee Tsuji 145lbs [0-0]

Ventre returns to The Tournament after a heavy loss to Eugene Clough at The Ultimate Fighters first event. He will look to better his previous performance against Yee Tsuji, a brawler from The Philippines who will be on the lookout for an early knockout.

First Round Bout
Jeff Carlton 256lbs [1-0] vs Brycen Hower 183lbs [0-0]

Carlton took part as an alternate at the first event and made light work of Frank Analysis, finishing with a mounted TKO. He has expressed excitement for The Tournament and expects to become "The Ultimate Fighter" in his first attempt. Brycen Hower will be much smaller than his opponent, but we know size does not always matter. The Karate trained fighter will be looking to wear his opponent down with his speed. Hower has been tipped to have a big future ahead of him.

First Round Bout
Dan Halvorsen 170lbs [0-0] vs Rick Stanley 242lbs [0-0]

This match was originally scheduled as an "Alternate Bout" for the first event, but was later cancelled after Halvorsen broke his arm. The bout has now been scheduled to take part within The Ultimate Fighter 2 Tournament. Wrestler vs Kick Boxer will showcase each mans strengths as they look to expose the others discipline. Expect Stanley to want to keep this stood up, with Halvorsen looking to take it to the ground.


Alternate Bout
Stafford Alois 260lbs [0-0] vs Solomon Austin 272lbs [0-0]

Alois is an accomplished Kick Boxer from England who likes to aim for Heavy Head Shots, it will remain to be seen if the larger Austin can move away from said shots and close the gap to use his size advantage. Both fighters will be on reserve for The Main Tournament.


Special Bout
Mac Fuller 196lbs [1-1] vs Mantas Andreyev 205lbs [0-0]

In the first of its kind, Mac Fuller will compete against Russias Andreyev. Fuller will face his opponent infront of his home crowd in New York. Andreyev was originally scheduled to be an alternate but upon Fullers request he agreed to face the home town star. Fuller has told various media outlets that he wanted to assure The New York Crowd the best night possible night, especially after the last events final's were a let down for the crowd. Andreyev will hope to upset Fuller's home show, and should not be underestimated. The Sambo specialist found and runs his own gym in Russia and a win here will boost his credentials within the sport of combat.

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June Week 4 1989
Ultimate Fighting Association
THE ULTIMATE FIGHTER 2 RESULTS


First Round Bout
Sean Morrison 175lbs [3-0] vs Jim Carpenter 170lbs [0-0]

Unable to finish his opponent a long drawn out 15 minutes of hard work followed for "The Ultimate Fighter" Sean Morrison. Morrison worked tirelessly against the cage and on the mat. Carpenter gave almost zero in terms of attack and spent the whole round defending himself. A decision victory for Sean Morrison, but how will the extra minutes effect him in the next round?
Sean Morrison defeats Jim Carpenter Unanimous Decision in 15:00 of round 1


First Round Bout
Perren Ventre 255lbs [0-1] vs Yee Tsuji 145lbs [0-0]

This fight eventually turned out to be something special. The first few minutes were very lackluster with alot of time spent up against the cage. Eventually going to ground, Ventre tried with all his might to finish Tsuji with both submission attempts and strikes but the much lighter Tsuji managed to bring the fight back with a blistering right hook that almost ended Ventre, only saving himself with a panicked sweep. The second fight of the night to end in a decision, and Tsuji was found himself very unfortunate to have not been named the winner, especially against a much bigger fighter.
Perren Ventre defeats Yee Tsuji Unanimous Decision in 15:00 of round 1

First Round Bout
Jeff Carlton 256lbs [1-0] vs Brycen Hower 183lbs [0-0]

Carltons size advantage proved too much for the young Hower, although he did give it his best attempt to knock down the heavier man, even opening up his eye within the first minute. Although that proved to be the turning point as Carlton then went for the take down, maneuvered and attempted mount, Hower rolled instead and gave up his back. That was the end as Carlton took the victory with a Rear Naked.
Jeff Carlton defeats Brycen Hower Submission Rear Naked Choke in 2:45 of round 1


First Round Bout
Dan Halvorsen 170lbs [0-0] vs Rick Stanley 242lbs [0-0]
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Again, the size difference here was visible to the end as Stanley and Halvorsen went toe to toe for 11 minutes. Surprisingly Halvorsen did not attempt to show of his Wrestling ability as he decided to take Stanley on his feet. Stanley took a beating, but his zombie like ability to take a punch meant he kept pushing forwards and eventually a right hook ended Halvorsens night.
Rick Stanley defeats Dan Halvorsen Knock Out Punch in 11:12 of round 1

Alternate Bout
Stafford Alois 260lbs [0-0] vs Solomon Austin 272lbs [0-0]
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It was goodnight for Austin early on as Alois pummeled him with punch after punch. The Sluggish Solomon went down after a right hook and Alois jumped straight in with the attacks, only for the referee to intervene and end the bout. Alois looked very impressive here tonight.
Stafford Alois defeats 'Papa Bear' Solomon Austin TKO Strikes in 4:33 of round 1


Semi Final Bout
Sean Morrison 175lbs [4-0] vs Perren Ventre 255lbs [1-1]

Ventre refused to touch gloves and immediately regretted the decision as he took a left hook. It was clear that he had little left in the tank compared to Morrison, despite the latter going a full 15 minutes in his previous fight. Within 2 minutes it was over as the exhausted Ventre tapped out to an armbar.
Sean Morrison defeats Perren Ventre Submission Armbar in 2:02 of round 1


Semi Final Bout
Rick Stanley 242lbs [1-0] vs Jeff Carlton 256lbs [2-0]

Carlton defeated his last opponent in less than 3 minutes, and clearly wanted to show what he is capable of here as he defeated Stanley in less than 2. Immediately taking him down and pounding away until the referee had seen enough, Stanley had no defense and was taking shot after shot. Carlton will head into the final with less than 5 minutes fight time under his belt tonight.
Jeff Carlton defeats Rick Stanley TKO Strikes in 1:24 of round 1

Special Bout
Mac Fuller 196lbs [1-1] vs Mantas Andreyev 205lbs [0-0]

Andreyev began slow and looked as though the fear of getting hit was stopping him from advancing. A beautiful combo from Fuller saw him land a jab, right body hook followed by a second jab and a right uppercut. Andreyev was down and Fuller unloaded getting the stoppage. Fuller went wild for the Home Town fans.
Mac Fuller defeats Mantas Andreyev TKO Strikes in 1:06 of round 1


Final Bout
Jeff Carlton 256lbs [3-0] vs Sean Morrison 175lbs [5-0]

Morrison and Carlton were heavy favorites to meet here in the final and Carlton looked to start on top as he took Morrison down. Not much happened though as the referee brought them to their feet again. Carlton successfully takes Morrison down for 2 out of 2 attempts, but Morrison began to position quickest and soon found Carlton giving up his back. We had mentioned Morrison's prolific skills with submission and Carlton had no option but to tap. Morrison has once again become "The Ultimate Fighter".
Sean Morrison defeats Jeff Carlton Submission Rear Naked Choke in 4:19 of round 1

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June Week 4 1989
Ultimate Fighting Association
UFA: THE ULTIMATE FIGHTER 2 PRESS CONFERENCE


Barnett addressed the media and congratulated Morrison on proving himself as "The Ultimate Fighter". He said he had spoke with Sean and he was ecstatic, but did say he would step away from the next tournament to allow himself a prolonged rest time before heading back into camp. Barnett followed up that "The Ultimate Fighter 3" is already in the works, and when asked who will be taking part he replied that he will be inviting Mac Fuller, Alois and possibly Carlton, along with James Foster is he is back to full fitness. He thanked all of the fans, crowd and fighters and ended the conference there. He seemed very happy at a successful second show.
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