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Bringing MMA Glory back to the UK
This story is done on the hardest mode and with no experience of the game previously other than reading the forums. This may all go wrong, and I go bankrupt but that’s the challenge.
My plan is to showcase each event in detail and do a monthly showcase on a fighter from each weight class.
Changes to database:
I’ve added myself as a non-fighting character
Back Story:
Stephen Rands has managed to scrape £5000 and a dream together to bring MMA back to the UK as a major force. After seeing the decline of British Cage Fighting he felt he could do better and he started his own company Grenadier MMA.
2002 Goals
Focus on Featherweight for the first few months by signing unemployed fighters.
Have 30 Featherweight fighters on the books.
Move on to Welterweight before the end of the first year.
Initial Featherweight showcase and 4 shows after that. These 4 shows will be the company focus year on year as the big events.
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January 2002
Featherweight Experience in London Saturday Week 4 January 2002
Attendance 206 ($19,034) Critical Rating 75% Commercial Rating 30%
Commentary by Robyn Bleasdale, Broadcast by SportTube
Main Card
Opening Bout Featherweight
Freddy “The Ax” Lomax V Edgar “Tank” Hawkins
25 Years Old, 5’7” V 35 Years Old, 5’5”
From Warwickshire, England V From London, England
Style MMA V Style MMA
Pro Record 7-0 V Pro Record 11-18
Freddy Lomax beat Edgar Hawkins by submission (Armbar) at 3:52 of Round 1.
The Fight was rated as Great

2nd Bout Featherweight
Edgar “Ox” Robertson V “The Boilermaker” Clifford Carvill
27 Years Old, 5’6” V 22 Years Old, 5’8”
From Scotland V From Northern Ireland
Style MMA / Kickboxing V Style Taekwondo
Pro Record 5-4 V Pro Record 1-0
Edgar Robertson Beat Clifford Carvill by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 30-27, 29-28) after 3 rounds.
Clifford Carvill loses his undefeated record.
The fight was rated as Decent.

3rd Bout Featherweight
Craig “The Lone Wolf” Bisping V Cody “The Bear” Abbott
26 Years Old, 5’9” V 36 Years Old, 5’10”
From Scotland V From Manchester, England
Style Vale Tudo V Style MMA
Pro Record 10-12 V Pro Record 19-15
Craig Bisping beat Cody Abbott by TKO (Strikes) at 4:15 of the first round.
This was a big upset as Cody Abbott had been pretty heavily favoured by the bookies.
The fight was rated as Great.


4th Bout Featherweight
Daniel “The Gibbon” O’Brian V “Batman” Shawn Windham
25 Years Old, 5’5” V 22 Years Old, 5’5”
From London, England V From Newcastle, England
Style Submission Wrestling V Style Wrestling
Pro Record 6-4 V Pro Record 5-5
Daniel O’Brian beat Shawn Windham by Submission (Arm Triangle) at 3:06 of Round 1.
This fight was rated as Great.

5th Bout Featherweight
“Sabretooth” Roland Corbett V “The Punishment Machine” Jeffrey Dooey
18 Years Old, 5’7” V 19 Years Old, 5’8”
From Newcastle, England V From Birmingham, England
Style MMA V Style Taekwondo
Pro Record 1-0 V Pro Record 2-0
Roland Corbett beat Jeffrey Dooey by Submission (Guillotine) at 1:30 of round 1.
Jeffrey Dooey loses his undefeated record.
The fight was rated as Great, Roland Corbett won Submission of the Night.

6th Bout Featherweight
Swithens Corcoran V Louie “The Featherweight Phenom” Sullivan
23 Years Old, 5’5” V 24 Years Old, 5’6”
From Belfast, Northern Ireland V From Sunderland, England
Style Boxing V Style Boxing
Pro Record 4-0 V Pro Record 7-0
Swithens Corcoran beat Louie Sullivan by TKO (Strikes) at 2:15 of round 1
Louie Sullivan loses his undefeated record.
The fight was rated as Great.
Swithens Corcoran called out Duey Rickert

7th Bout Featherweight
Duey Rickert V Philip “Warhammer” Cope
30 Years Old, 5’6” V 19 Years Old, 5’7”
From Liverpool, England V From Northern Ireland
Style Striking V Style Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Pro Record 9-5 V Pro Record 3-0
Duey Rickert beat Philip Cope by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27) after 3 rounds.
The result was an upset as Philip Cope had been pretty heavily favoured by the bookies.
Philip Cope loses his undefeated record.
The fight was rated as Great, It won Fight of the Night.
Philip Cope sustained a Broken Wrist during the fight.
Duey Rickert answered Swithens Corcoran’s call out and it was announced they would meet at the Summer Rumble.

The Main Event, Featherweight
Jefferson “The Hitman” Mndawe V “The Leech” Alexander Bloxsome
23 Years Old, 5’9” V 18 Years Old, 5’7”
From Lagos, Nigeria V From Manchester, England
Style Kickboxing V Style MMA
Pro Record 7-0 V Pro Record 2-0
Jefferson Mndawe beat Alexander Bloxsome by Knockout (Head Kick) at 1:09 of round 1.
Alexander Bloxsome loses his undefeated record.
The fight was rated as Good, Jefferson Mndawe won Knockout of the Night.
After the fight Jefferson Mndawe called out Swithens Corcoran

Event Analysis:
A good first event for Grenadier with a few rivalries starting and a couple of upsets.

The next event will be the Spring Rumble in March.

Fighter Showcase (Featherweight)
Jefferson “The Hitman” Mndawe
23 Years Old, 5’9” from Lagos Nigerian and with a Pro Record of 8-0 (1-0 Grenadier) as a Kick Boxer.
One of the few African fighters around, Jefferson “The Hitman” Mndawe is a good kick boxer who can give most opponents a torrid time standing. He is particularly noted for his powerful head kicks, being a master of knocking people out with that strike. Seeking better competition, Mndawe moved to England and now resides in London


Rands:
This kid has a lot of talent and he can go far as a fighter. Our aim for him is to keep him active and keep pushing him to improve. I think Swithen Corcoran should watch out because when these two meet it will be explosive.

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February 2002

No event this month but we are building to the Spring Rumble in March.
New fighters have been coming into Grenadier this month including a new division that has opened for the company the Welterweights.

News:
Jefferson Mndawe has signed a standard contract with Sigma and he will now fight for both Sigma and Grenadier.

Fighter Showcase (Featherweight)

Swithens Corcoran

23 Years Old, 5’5” from Belfast Northern Ireland with a Pro Record 5-0 (1-0 Grenadier) as a Boxer.

Swithens Corcoran is an ultra-tough Northern Irish fighter who has dynamite in his gloves. A former boxer, he is a very dangerous man to stand with, but has learned enough ‘anti-wrestling’ that shutting him down or taking him to the ground is a tough proposition too.

Rands:
Swithens Corcoran is a tough fighter who loves to stand and bang but has he really been tested yet? He is happy to call out fighters but we will see at the Summer Rumble whether he can put his money where his mouth is against Duey Rickert.

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March 2002
News:
Swithens Corcoran attacks Jefferson Mndawe on Social Media.

Marko Prochazka savages Vjekoslav Sarich in online Video as the build up to their match at the Summer Rumble continues.

Zeke Eliot has been approached by BCF to sign an exclusive contract. Will he leave?

Spring Rumble Saturday 4th Week March in London
Attendance 234 ($21,622)
The show features 6 main fights, commentary is provided by Robyn Bleasdale and is broadcast by SportTube.
Critical Rating 66%, Commercial Rating 37%

Opening Fight, Welterweight
Godofredo Tavora V Hamilton Fonseca Junior
27 Years Old, 5’9” V 27 Years Old, 5’10”
From Brasilia, Brazil V From Curitiba, Brazil
Style Muay Thai V Style Muay Thai
Pro Record 7-3 V Pro Record 5-3
Hamilton Fonseca Junior defeats Godofredo Tavora by Knock Out (Punch) at 1:25 of round 1.
The fight was rated as Good.

2nd Fight, Featherweight
Stephen “The Monk” Conti V Tommy “Sting” Ray
19 Years Old, 5’8” V 22 Years Old, 5’7”
From London, England V From Derby, England
Style MMA V Style Kick Boxing
Pro Record 1-0 V Pro Record 0-0
Stephen Conti defeats Tommy Ray by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 29-28, 30-27) after 3 rounds.
Tommy Ray loses on his professional debut.
The fight was rated as Average

3rd Fight, Featherweight
“Raging Bull” Melvin Kelly V Graeme “Sparky” Spark
32 Years Old, 5’9” V 26 Years Old, 5’5”
From London, England V From Fulham, England
Style MMA / Wrestling V Style Wrestling
Pro Record 26-8 V Pro Record 9-1
Graeme Spark defeats Melvin Kelly by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 30-27, 30-27) after 3 rounds.
This was an upset as Melvin Kelly was the favourite in the bookies eyes.
The fight was rated as being Very Poor.

4th Fight, Featherweight
“Mystery Man” David Alexander V Pierrepont Belanger
24 Years Old, 5’7” V 27 Years Old, 5’9”
From Birmingham, England V From France
Style Kick Boxing V Style Kick Boxing
Pro Record 3-0 V Pro Record 0-0
Pierrepont Belanger defeats David Alexander by TKO (Strikes) at 1:52 of round 1.
David Alexander loses his unbeaten record.
This was an upset as David Alexander had been the favourite in the bookies eyes.
The fight was rated as being Good.

5th Fight, Welterweight
Zeke Eliot V “The Surprise Package” Paul Duffell
28 Years Old, 5’11” V 35 Years Old, 5’11”
From Seattle, Washington V From Swansea, Wales
Style Wrestling V Style Kick Boxing
Pro Record 7-0 V Pro Record 22-15
Zeke Eliot defeats Paul Duffell by Knock Out (Punch) at 2:05 of round 1.
The fight was rated as Great
This fight won Fight of the Night and Knockout of the Night.

Main Event, Featherweight
Allan “Shaolin” Kerr V Freddy “The Ax” Lomax
31 Years Old, 5’9” V 25 Years Old, 5’7”
From Newcastle, England V From Warwickshire, England
Style MMA / Karate V Style MMA
Pro Record 14-4 V Pro Record 8-0
Freddy Lomax defeats Allan Kerr by TKO (Strikes) at 3:05 of round 1.
The fight was rated as being Good.

Fighter Showcase (Featherweight)
Freddy “The Ax” Lomax
25 Years Old, 5’7” from Warwickshire, England with a Pro Record 9-0 (2-0 Grenadier) as a Mixed Martial Artist
A young British prospect, Freddy “The Ax” Lomax is a versatile fighter who is competent at nearly every aspect of MMA. However, while he is good at everything, he is not great at anything, and that flaw may be exposed against top class opposition.

Rands:
Freddy is an interesting fighter, having fought twice for us in 3 months, he seems eager to learn and has shown in his 2 fights he can finish people and submit them. He is one to watch in the Featherweight division.

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April 2002
No events this month but we are building up to the Summer Rumble in June which will be in Scotland. The Main Event will be a Featherweight Clash between “Katana” Ronnie Fitch (26-1) and “The Wolf” Charlie Henderson (24-0), both fighters will be making their debuts for Grenadier.
News:
Jefferson Mndawe mocks Saul Cervantes, his opponent at the Summer Rumble, on social media.
Welterweight Zeke Eliot leaves Grenadier for BCF (exclusive contract) after 1 win in 1 fight for the company. This is a blow for Grenadier to lose one of their best Welterweights to their direct competition.
Freddy Lomax signs a 2 year extension (4 Fights), Freddy is currently on a 2 fight winning streak for the company.
Saul Cervantes trolls Jefferson Mndawe on social media.
Swithens Corcoran targets Summer Rumble opponent Duey Rickerts with threatening posts.
Welterweight Ronaldo Roncatto (9-2) signs for Grenadier, after moving from Brazil to the British Isles, on an 18 month (3 fight) standard contract.
Marrko Prochzka continues his beef with his Summer Rumble opponent Vjekoslav Sarich, taking to social media to attack him with a series of threatening posts.

Fighter Showcase (Featherweight)
“Katana” Ronnie Fitch
33 Years old, 5’6” from Birmingham, England. With a Pro Record of 26-1 as a Mixed Martial Artist and Kung Fu.
Ronnie Fitch is an English competitor who became an MMA professional in June 1986. He is from a Kung Fu background, where he was a world calibre competitor. It is known that he spent the year prior to turning pro working on the other elements of MMA.
Achievements:
1 x Fight of the Night Award Winner

Rands:
Ronnie is a proven fighter and we were lucky to be able to sign him. As one of our highest paid fighters we expect big things from him and we also hope he can help the younger fighters from his experience. The main event of the Summer Rumble is looking to be an amazing match up.

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May 2002
No event this month as we are building towards the Summer Rumble next month.
News:
Welterweight Brian O’Flaherty gave an interview promising to destroy Javid Khan when they fight. The comments come in the build up to their fight at the Autumn Rumble.
Featherweight Pierrepont Belanger has once again spoken out against Alexander Bloxsome on social media. They meet at the Autumn Rumble.
Welterweight Valdo Calanari (9-0) signs for Grenadier, after moving from Brazil to the British Isles, on an 18 month 3 fight standard contract.
Sean Sapp has joined the broadcasting team to work alongside Robyn Bleasdale on a 1 year deal.
Featherweight Charlie Henderson has joined Bulldog Gym as preparation for his fight at the Summer Rumble intensifies.
Brandon Speed has joined the broadcasting team on a 1 year deal.
Welterweight Reynaldo Varela (3-0) signs for Grenadier, after relocating from Brazil to the British Isles, on an 18 month 3 fight standard contract.
Speaking in an interview Duey Rickert blasts Swithens Corcoran continuing the ill feeling between the two.
In an interview Featherweight Saul Cervantes has continued his ongoing feud with Jefferson Mndawe by mocking him with a series of cutting remarks.
During an interview Welterweight Brian O’Flaherty slams Javid Khan with a series of insults.
Alpha 1 has announced they are opening a Featherweight Division and have offered Ronnie Fitch, Swithens Corcoran, Graeme Spark, Duey Rickert, Pierrepont Belanger and Roland Corbett exclusive contracts. If they leave where will this leave Grenadiers Featherweight Division?

Fighter Showcase (Featherweight)
“The Wolf” Charlie Henderson
25 Years old, 5’8” from London England. With a Pro Record of 24-0 using Kung Fu.
Charlie Henderson is an English athlete who turned pro in June 1994. He has a background in Kung Fu, where he was a world championship level competitor.


Rands:
Charlie is an amazing fighter and we are lucky to have him. All the younger fighters look up to him and his record. We are hoping we can keep him for as long as possible.
I must address the Alpha 1 situation. I am disappointed that Alpha 1 have decided to try and poach no less than 6 of our top Featherweight fighters and we have offered alternative contracts. No matter what the 6 decide we will still be here building a great company.

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June 2002
News:
Duey Rickert has once again spoken out against Swithens Corcoran as their fight draws closer.
Featherweight Duey Rickert signs an exclusive contract with Alpha 1. His last fight will be this month at the Summer Rumble against his rival Swithens Corcoran.
Featherweight Roland Corbett signs an exclusive contract with Alpha 1. His last fight will be this month at the Summer Rumble against Craig Bisping.
Featherweight Ronnie Fitch signs an exclusive contract with Alpha 1. His last fight will be this month at the Summer Rumble against Charlie Henderson.
Featherweight Pierrepont Belanger signs an exclusive contract with Alpha 1. His last fight will be at the Autumn Rumble against Alexander Bloxsome.
Featherweight Graeme Spark turns down an exclusive contract with Alpha 1 and re signs for Grenadier on an 18 month 3 fight standard contract worth $2000 per fight.
Featherweight Swithens Corcoran turns down an exclusive contract with Alpha 1 and re signs for Grenadier on a 3 year 6 fight standard contract worth $ 2100 per fight.
Featherweight Cody Abbott sustains Chronic Lower Back Pain during training. Will he be fit in time for the Autumn Rumble where he is scheduled to face Clifford Corvill?
Sigma have offered Featherweight Freddie Lomax a standard contract. Will he choose to split his time between Sigma and Grenadier?
Sigma have offered Featherweight Krzysztof Bujnicki a standard contract. Will he choose to split his time between Sigma and Grenadier?
Welterweight Marco Prochazka savages Vjekoslav Sarich during an interview about their bout at the Summer Rumble with a series of insults.
Sigma have offered Welterweight Vjekoslav Sarich a standard contract. Will he choose to split his time between Sigma and Grenadier?
Jefferson Mndawe mocks Saul Cervantes as their war of words continues in the build up to their bout at the Summer Rumble.
Featherweight Krzysztof Bujnicki and Welterweight Vjekoslav Sarich both accept standard contracts with Sigma. How will this affect their current standing with Grenadier.

Saturday Week 4 June 2002 Summer Rumble, Scotland
Attendance 401 ($30,075), Critical Rating 73%, Commercial Rating 66%

1st Bout Featherweight
Edgar “Tank” Hawkins V Gonzalo “The Gangsta” Ramos

35 Years Old V 26 Years Old
From London, England V Aguascalientes, Mexico
Style MMA V Boxing
Pro Record 12-18 (0-1) V 7-1
Gonzalo Ramos wins via Unanimous decision (30-27) after 3 rounds.
The fight is rated as Good.
2 straight losses for Edgar Hawkins whilst Gonzalo Ramos wins on his Grenadier debut.
Ramos calls out Freddie Lomax and threatens to smack him around a bit.

2nd Bout Welterweight
Herman Drick V Thomas O’Cann

24 Years Old V 35 Years Old
From Auckland, New Zealand V Dublin, Ireland
Style Taekwondo V Boxing
Pro Record 2-0 V 5-5
Herman Drick wins by TKO (Strikes) at 3:03 of Round 1.
The fight is rated as Decent.
Herman Drick remains undefeated and wins on his Grenadier debut.

3rd Bout Featherweight
“Batman” Shawn Windham V “The Punishment Machine” Jeffrey Dooey

22 Years Old V 19 Years Old
From Newcastle, England V Birmingham, England
Style Wrestling V Taekwondo
Pro Record 5-6 (0-1) V 2-1 (0-1)
Jeffrey Dooey wins vis Split Decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28) after 3 Rounds.
This fight was rated as Decent.
Jeffrey Dooey win is described as a big upset as they had Shawn Windham as clear favourite.

4th Bout Welterweight
“The Man of Steel” Marko Prochazka V Vjekoslav “Cro Con” Sarich

38 Years Old V 30 Years Old
From The Mean Streets of Croatia V Split, Croatia
Style Russian Combat Sambo V Kick Boxing
Pro Record 22-16 V 7-0
Vjekoslav Sarich wins via Unanimous Decision (30-26, 30-27, 30-27) after 3 Rounds.
The fight is rated as Decent.
Vjekoslav Sarich wins on his Grenadier debut and remains undefeated.

5th Bout Featherweight
Daniel “The Gibbon” O’Brien V Edgar “Ox” Robertson

25 Years Old V 27 Years Old
From London, England V Scotland
Style Submission Wrestling V MMA / Kick Boxing
Pro Record 7-4 (1-0) V 6-4 (1-0)
Edgar Robertson wins via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) after 3 Rounds.
The fight is rated as Average
Edgar Robertson upsets the odds to keep his winning streak with Grenadier alive.

6th Bout Featherweight
Swithens Corcoran V Duey Rickert

23 Years Old V 30 Years Old
From Belfast, Northern Ireland V Liverpool, England
Style Boxing V Striking
Pro Record 5-0 (1-0) V 10-5 (1-0)
Swithens Corcoran wins via Knockout (Punch) at 2:11 of Round 1.
This fight is rated as Great.
Swithens Corcoran wind Knockout of the Night.
Swithens Corcoran sends Duey Rickert away to Alpha 1 with his tale between his legs before taking the microphone and calling out Jefferson Mndawe. He finishes by saying he knows Jefferson Mndawe won’t fight him because he knows he will lose.

7th Bout Featherweight
Jefferson “The Hitman” Mndawe V Saul Cervantes

23 Years Old V 19 Years Old
From Lagos, Nigeria V Barcelona, Spain
Style Kick Boxing V Vale Tudo
Pro Record 8-0 (1-0) V 3-1
Jefferson Mndawe wins via TKO (Strikes) at 3:56 of Round 3.
The fight was rated as good.
Jefferson Mndawe takes the chance to boast about being undefeated and says he has a lot more to give.

8th Bout Featherweight
“Kid Britain” Manish Khan V Krzysztof “The Pole Cat” Bujnicki

27 Years Old V 23 Years Old
From Sheffield, England V Warsaw, Poland
Style Boxing V Kick Boxing
Pro Record 11-4 V 8-0
Manish Khan wins via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) after 3 Rounds.
The fight was rated as Good.
Manish Khan celebrates his first win with Grenadier and his first since October 1999 whilst Krzysztof Bujnicki loses his unbeaten record.

9th Bout Featherweight
“Sabretooth” Roland Corbett V Craig “The Lone Wolf” Bisping

18 Years Old V 26 Years Old
From Newcastle, England V Scotland
Style MMA V Vale Tudo
Pro Record 2-0 (1-0) V 11-12 (1-0)
Roland Corbett wins via Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) after 3 Rounds.
The fight was rated as Good
Roland Corbett wins his last fight with Grenadier as he departs to Alpha 1 whilst maintaining his unbeaten record.

Main Event Featherweight
“Katana” Ronnie Fitch V “The Wolf” Charlie Henderson

33 Years Old V 25 Years Old
From Birmingham, England V London, England
Style MMA / Kung Fu V Kung Fu
Pro Record 26-1 V 24-0
Charlie Henderson wins via TKO (Strikes) at 3:37 of Round 2.
This fight was rated as Great and wins Fight of the Night.
Charlie Henderson sends Ronnie Fitch to Alpha 1 with his second loss of his career whilst maintaining his own amazing unbeaten record. He invites everyone to an after show winners party.
Rands:
An amazing night with an outstanding main event. We have had upsets and knockouts what else can you ask for. We say goodbye to 3 of our featherweights tonight but the guys who turned down the moves showed just why this is the place to be.

Fighter Showcase

Featherweight
“Kid Britain” Manish Khan
27 Years Old, 5’6” from Sheffield, England with a Pro Record of 12-4 (1-0) as a Boxer.
Ranked #21 Featherweight (World)
Having excelled in England’s amateur boxing ranks, Manish Khan moved to MMA in 1994. Boasting fast hands and excellent head movement, his elusive counter-punching style quickly helped him establish himself as a major force and took him all the way to a Sigma featherweight title shot. Unfortunately, he lost that bout to Snorri Gunnarsson and the defeat seems to have sent his career into a tailspin.
Achievements:
1 x Knockout of the Night Winner
1 x Fight of the Night Winner

Rands: We were lucky enough to sign Manish Khan whilst he also fights for Sigma. His last fight proves that he still has what it takes to succeed at this level and we look forward to seeing more from him.
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July Week 1
Grenadier have released the rankings for both the Featherweight and Welterweight divisions.

Rands:
After 4 events we have now opened the rankings and these will be updated after each event.

Featherweight

#1 Manish Khan 12-4 (1-0), #2 Jefferson Mndawe 9-0 (2-0), #3 Freddy Lomax 9-0 (2-0),
#4 Graeme Spark 10-1 (1-0), #5 Krzysztof Bujnicki 8-1 (0-1), #6 Gonzalo Ramos 8-1 (1-0),
#7 Jay Dorridge 10-2, #8 Swithens Corcoran 6-0 (2-0), #9 Louie Sullivan 7-1 (0-1),
#10 Ryan Fenniman 5-0, #11 Charlie Henderson 25-0 (1-0), #12 Pierrepont Belanger 1-0 (1-0),
#13 Edgar Robertson 7-4 (2-0), #14 Saul Cervantes 3-2 (0-1), #15 Stephen Conti 2-0 (1-0),
#16 Jeffrey Dooey 3-1 (1-1), #17 Craig Bisping 11-13 (1-1), #18 Daniel O’Brien 7-5 (1-1),
#19 Tommy Ray 0-1 (0-1), #20 Philip Cope 3-1 (0-1), #21 Clifford Carvill 1-1 (0-1),
#22 Melvin Kelly 26-9 (0-1), #23 Shawn Windham 5-7 (0-2), #24 Edgar Hawkins 13-19 (0-2),
#25 Alexander Bloxsome 2-1 (0-1).

Welterweight


#1 Vjekoslav Sarich 8-0 (1-0), #2 Valdo Calamari 9-0, #3 Jules Dupuit 8-1,
#4 Ronaldo Roncatto 9-2, #5 Hamilton Fonseca Junior 6-3 (1-0), #6 Marko Prochazka 22-17 (0-1),
#7 Lev Safanov 6-2, #8 Paul Duffell 22-16 (0-1), #9 Herman Drick 3-0 (1-0),
#10 Godofredo Tavora 7-4 (0-1), #11 Bernhard Moltmann 3-0, #12 Reynaldo Varela 3-0,
#13 Brian O’Flaherty 4-1, #14 Javid Khan 6-6, #15 Thomas O’Cann 5-6 (0-1)
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July 2002

Autumn Rumble announced for Saturday Week 4 September. This will be the first show to be broadcast on Euro Cable Sports 1. The main event will be a Featherweight clash between #3 Freddy Lomax 9-0 (2-0) and #4 Graeme Spark 10-1 (1-0).

News:

Grenadier offer a contract to Sigma’s Featherweight Nuno Valentino (7-0) but he declines the offer.
Grenadier offer a standard contract to BCF’s Welterweight Steven Griffin but he declines.
Welterweight Malloy Mahoney (Recently cut from BCF) signs a 18month 3 fight standard contract with Grenadier worth $900 a fight.
Featherweight Jefferson Mndawe joins Leamington Spar Muay Thai team to train.
Featherweight #13 Edgar Robertson signs a new 3-year 6 fight standard contract worth $1500 a fight.
Featherweight #23 Shawn Windham signs a new 2-year 4 fight standard contract worth $800 a fight.
Featherweight #16 Jeffrey Dooey signs a new 3-year 5 fight standard contract worth $900 a fight.
Featherweight #17 Craig Bisping and Featherweight #18 Daniel O’Brien sign new 2-year 4 fight standard contracts worth $900 per fight.
Featherweight Freddy Lomax tells Blurcat that he would be happy to face Gonzalo Ramos if the bout was offered. This was his response to being called out.
Grenadier signs Welterweight Juan de Castro on an 18 month 3-fight standard contract worth $1100 per fight after he relocates from Brazil.
Grenadier signs free agent Featherweights Carlos Starr and Nicholas Gilbert on 18 months 3-fight standard contracts worth $1000 per fight.
Grenadier sign free agent Welterweights Buzzy Turtle, Marcus Rimmer, Rodger Quince and Todd Prenger on 18 months 3-fight standard contracts worth $1000 per fight.
Grenadier signs free agent Welterweight Callum Henson on a 2 year 4-fight standard contract worth $1900 per fight.
Featherweight Cody Abbott signs a new 18 month 3-fight standard contract worth $1000 per fight.
Featherweight Tommy Ray makes cutting remarks on social media about his Autumn Rumble opponent Philip Cope.
Welterweight Brian O’Flaherty releases online video attacking Autumn Rumble opponent Javid Khan.
Using social media Featherweight Gonzalo Ramos taunts Freddy Lomax.
Featherweight Manish Khan moves up to 19th in the Featherweight World Rankings.
Featherweight Jefferson Mndawe attacks Swithens Corcoran in online video.

Fighter Showcase
Welterweight #1 Vjekoslav “Cro Con” Sarich


30 Years Old from Split, Croatia with a pro record of 8-0 (1-0) as a Kick Boxer.

A vicious striker, Vjekoslav Sarich came to MMA late in life, having served five years in a Croatian prison for a violent assault. Noted for his heavy hands, Sarich is at his most dangerous in wild fist fights where his iron jaw means that he is more than happy to stand and bang with reckless abandon.

Rands:
Vjekoslav Sarich is a man without fear, who proves that in every fight. He is more than happy to stand and trade knowing he is unlikely to come off the worst. His unbeaten run shows what a good fighter he is. The Welterweight division better take note.
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August 2002

1 month away from the Autumn Rumble Grenadier announce they are now recruiting for their Lightweight Division.

News:

Grenadier sign free agent Welterweights Pro Copio Golias and Teco on 2 years 4-fight standard contracts worth $2000 and $1800.
Grenadier sign the following Lightweight Free agents:
Cullen Skink (3-0) 18 month 3-fight $1000 standard contract
Flavio Oliveira (4-0) 18 month 3-fight $1100 standard contract
Jake Walken (3-0) 18 month 3-fight $1000 standard contract
Geraint O’Connell (5-0) 18 month 3-fight $1000 standard contract
Jazz Snide (5-1) 18 Month 3-fight $1000 standard contract
Kevin Sponge (2-0) 18 month 3-fight $1000 standard contract
Lazaro Campos (8-0) 18 month 3-fight $1200 standard contract
Nathan Wiles (3-0) 2 year 4-fight $1700 standard contract
Neil Entopolski (2-0) 2 year 4-fight $1600 standard contract
Scotty Griffiths (3-0) 18 month 3 fight $900 standard contract
Featherweight Cody Abbott recovers from his Chronic Lower Back Pain.
Lightweight Cullen Skink leaves Rob Baines Fighting after falling out with BCF’s Rob Baines

Fighter Showcase
Welterweight #2 Valdo Calamari


25 Years Old from Sao Paulo, Brazil with a pro record of 9-0 as a Mixed Martial Artist.

A decent all-rounder, the exotically named Valdo Calamari was originally a wrestler with good hands but has since added some ground skills to the package too. He has continued to improve with each fight since his debut back in 1997 and the sky seems to be the limit for him.

Rands:
Valdo Calamari is a talented guy who can win any fight on his day. With the best years ahead of him he has a lot he can achieve.
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September 2002

New Signings:

Lightweight Vinicius Azeredo (3-0) signs 2 year 4-fight standard contract worth $1600 per fight after he relocates from Brazil to the British Isles.
Lightweight Robbie Lynn (6-0) signs 18 month 3-fight standard contract worth $1200 per fight after relocating from Canada to the British Isles.
Welterweight Buster East (7-0) signs 18 month 3-fight standard contract worth $1200 per fight after he relocates from Canada to the British Isles.

News:

Recently signed Lightweight Shawn McCarthy (5-0) signs an exclusive contract with BCF and leaves Grenadier without fighting under their brand.
Lightweight Geraint O’Connell signs an exclusive contract with BCF. He will have his first and last fight before he leaves.
Featherweight #13 Edgar Robertson breaks his jaw in training.

Autumn Rumble
London

Attendance 311 (Gate $28,736)
Critical Rating 80%, Commercial Rating 36%
Broadcast by Euro Cable Sports 1

1st Bout Featherweight
#19 Tommy “Sting” Ray V #20 Philip “The Warhammer” Cope
22 Years Old V 19 Years Old
From Derby, England V Northern Ireland
Style Kickboxing V Brazilian Jui-Jitsu
Pro Record 0-1 (0-1) V 3-1 (0-1)
Tommy Ray wins by Unanimous Decision (30-27) after 3 rounds.
The fight was rated as Decent.
Tommy Ray praises Philip Cope’s toughness.

2nd Bout Welterweight
#4 Ronaldo Roncatto V #5 Hamilton Fonseca Junior
27 Years Old V 28 Years Old
From Salvador, Brazil V Curitiba, Brazil
Style Kick Boxing V Muay Thai
Pro Record 9-2 V 6-3 (1-0)
Hamilton Fonseca Junior wins by Knockout (Punch) at 2:05 of round 2.
The fight was rated as Good.
Hamilton Fonseca Junior praises Ronaldo Roncatto for a tough fight and shows his respect for his opponent.
Hamilton Fonseca Junior wins KO of the Night

3rd Bout Featherweight
#21 “The Boilermaker” Clifford Carvill V Cody “The Bear” Abbott
23 Years Old V 37 Years Old
From Northern Ireland V Manchester, England
Style Taekwondo V MMA
Pro Record 1-1 (0-1) V 19-16 (0-1)
Cody Abbott wins by Submission (Rear Naked Choke) at 4:10 of round 1.
The fight was rated as Good.
Cody Abbott announces his retirement after his win.

4th Bout Welterweight
#7 Lev Safanov V #11 Bernhard Moltmann
26 Years Old V 23 Years Old
From Saint Petersburg, Russia V Hamburg, Germany
Style Wrestling V Kick Boxing
Pro Record 7-2 V 3-1
Lev Safanov wins by Unanimous Decision (29-28) after 3 rounds.
The fight was rated as Fantastic.
Lev Safanov taunts Jules Dupuit in a childish manner.
Lev Safanov and Bernhard Moltmann win Fight of the Night

5th Bout Welterweight
#3 Jules Dupuit V #2 Valdo Calamari
25 Years Old V 25 Years Old
From Nancy, France V Sao Paulo, Brazil
Style Kick Boxing V MMA
Pro Record 8-1 V 9-0
Valdo Calamari wins by Submission (Americana) at 3:52 of round 1.
The fight was rated as Great.
Valdo Calamari wins Submission of the Night.

6th Bout Welterweight
#13 Brian O’Flaherty V #14 Javid Khan
23 Years Old V 27 Years Old
From Dublin, Ireland V Sheffield, England
Style MMA V Submission Wrestling
Pro Record 4-1 V 6-6
Brian O’Flaherty wins by TKO (Strikes) at 0:37 of round 1.
The fight was rated as Good.
Brian O’Flaherty says he is coming for Hernan Drick

7th Bout Featherweight
#15 Stephen “The Monk” Conti V #22 “Raging Bull” Melvin Kelly
20 Years Old V 32 Years Old
From London, England V London, England
Style MMA V MMA/Wrestling
Pro Record 2-0 (1-0) V 26-9 (0-1)
Stephen Conti wins by Unanimous Decision (30-26, 30-27, 30-26) after 3 rounds.
The fight was rated as Decent.
Melvin Kelly suffers a broken nose.

8th Bout Featherweight
#12 Pierrepont Belanger V #25 “The Leech” Alexander Bloxsome
27 Years Old V 18 Years Old
From France V Manchester, England
Style Kick Boxing V MMA
Pro Record 1-0 (1-0) V 2-1 (0-1)
Alexander Bloxsome wins by TKO (Strikes) at 2:45 of round 1.
The fight was rated as Good.
Pierrepont Belanger loses his last fight with Grenadier before leaving for Alpha 1.

9th Bout Featherweight
#7 “Black Belt” Jay Dorridge V #9 Louie “The Featherweight Phenom” Sullivan
27 Years Old V 24 Years Old
From Southampton, England V Sunderland, England
Style Judo V Boxing
Pro Record 10-2 V 7-1 (0-1)
Louie Sullivan wins by Unanimous Decision (30-27) after 3 rounds.
The fight is rated as Average.
Jay Dorridge suffers a broken nose.
Louie Sullivan praisies Jay Dorridge for a tough fight.
According to the bookies this was a big upset.

Main Event Featherweight
#3 Freddy “The Ax” Lomax V #4 Graeme “Sparky” Spark
25 Years Old V 26 Years Old
From Warwickshire, England V Fulham, England
Style MMA V Wrestling
Pro Record 9-0 (2-0) V 10-1 (1-0)
Freddy Lomax wins by TKO (Strikes) at 2:18 of round 1.
The fight was rated as Great

Rands:
A great event from everyone, we had knockouts and submissions it had everything. Freddy Lomax keeps on winning and so does Valdo Calamari. Looking forward to the next event.

Fighter Showcase Featherweight
Cody “The Bear” Abbott

37 Years Old from Manchester, England with a pro record of 20-16 (1-1 Grenadier) as a Mixed Martial Artist.
Cody Abbott is an English competitor who entered MMA in August 1983. He has a background in Catch Wrestling, although he never made it to a competitive level.
Rands:
Cody Abbott retired the only way he knows how and that is with a win. He was a true professional who always gave his all. Everyone at Grenadier would like to thank him for his hard work in helping develop this company. We all wish him the best of luck in what he chooses to do next.
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New Rankings – Monday Week 1 October 2002
Welterweight
#1 Procopio Golias 18-6 (New)
#2 Callum Henson 23-11 (New)
#3 Valdo Calamari 10-1 (1-0) (-1)
#4 Dominykas Jankovic 14-5 (New)
#5 Hamilton Fonseca Junior 7-3 (2-0)
#6 Teco 16-7 (New),
#7 Vjekoslav Sarich 8-0 (1-0) (-6)
#8 Juan de Castro 11-1 (New)
#9 Buzzy Tuttle 10-5 (New)
#10 Jules Dupuit 8-2 (0-1) (-7)
#11 Ronaldo Roncatto 9-3 (0-1) (-7)
#12 Marko Prochazka 22-17 (0-1) (-6)
#13 Lev Safanov 7-2 (1-0) (-6)
#14 Roland Furtwangler 8-3 (New)
#15 Buster East 7-0 (New)
#16 Paul Duffell 22-16 (0-1) (-8)
#17 Todd Prenger 4-0 (New)
#18 Malloy Mahoney 6-3 (New)
#19 Herman Drick 3-0 (1-0) (-10)
#20 Brian O’Flaherty 5-1 (1-0) (-7)
#21 Godofredo Tavora 7-4 (0-1) (-11)
#22 Reynaldo Varela 3-0 (-10)
#23 Marcus Rimmer 3-0 (New)
#24 Roger Quince 3-0 (New)
#25 Bernhard Moltmann 3-1 (0-1) (-13)

Featherweight
#1 Manish Khan 12-4 (1-0)
#2 Freddy Lomax 10-0 (3-0) (+1)
#3 Jefferson Mndawe 9-0 (2-0) (-1)
#4 Krzysztof Bujnicki 8-1 (0-1) (+1)
#5 Gonzalo Ramos 8-1 (1-0) (+1)
#6 Swithens Corcoran 6-0 (2-0) (+2)
#7 Graeme Spark 10-2 (1-1) (-3)
#8 Jay Dorridge 10-3 (0-1) (-1)
#9 Louie Sullivan 8-1 (1-1)
#10 Ryan Fenniman 5-0
#11 Carlos Starr 12-5 (New)
#12 Marvin Crews 3-0 (New)
#13 Henry Zachary 3-0 (New)
#14 Lothar Marks 3-0 (New)
#15 Jurg Lewandowski 3-0 (New)
#16 Stephen Conti 3-0 (2-0) (-1)
#17 Alexander Bloxsome 3-1 (1-1) (+8)
#18 Charlie Henderson 25-0 (1-0) (-7)
#19 Edgar Robertson 7-4 (2-0) (-6)
#20 Nicholas Gilbert 3-0 (New)
#21 Saul Cervantes 3-2 (0-1) (-7)
#22 Tommy Ray 1-1 (1-1) (-3)
#23 Jeffrey Dooey 3-1 (1-1) (-7)
#24 Craig Bisping 11-13 (1-1) (-7)
#25 Daniel O’Brien 7-5 (1-1) (-7)
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October 2002
Winter Rumble announced for Saturday Week 4 December 2002. The main event will be Featherweight #3 Jefferson Mndawe V #6 Swithens Corcoran.

News:

Welterweight Hernan Drick responds to being called out by Brian O’Flaherty by saying that they could be future opponents as he would accept the fight if it was offered.
Lightweight Cullen Skink targets Jazz Snide in an online video where he repeatedly attacks him.
Featherweight Melvin Kelly recovers from Broken Nose suffered in his defeat to Stephen Conti.
Featherweight Jay Dorridge recovers from Broken Nose suffered in his defeat to Louie Sullivan.
Welterweight Valdo Calamari joins Leamington Spa Muay Thai to train.
Lightweight Geraint O’Connell suffers a Major Concussion during training. He will be out for at least a year.
Welterweight Jules Dupuit takes to social media saying he would have no issue fighting Lev Safanov it the fight was offered.
Featherweight Freddy Lomax joins Rob Baines Fighting Team to train.
Lightweight Jazz Snide continues to taunt Cullen Skink in an online video.
Featherweight Edgar Robertson recovers from Broken Jaw suffered in training.

Fighter Showcase
#13 Welterweight Lev Safanov

26 Years Old from St Petersburg, Russia with a pro record of 7-2 (1-0 Grenadier) as a wrestler.

A grappler from Russia, Lev Safanov likes to put people up against the cage and wear them down with dirty boxing and tight control. He does not have the skill to trouble the best in the business, but he is a useful test for lower fighters.
Rands:
Lev Safanov is always trying to prove people wrong and still strives to top the Welterweight division.

November 2002

News:

Welterweight Teco suffers a Medium Concussion in training and will be out for 2 months and 2 weeks.
Lightweight Neil Entopolski signs an exclusive contract with BCF, he will have 1 last fight with Grenadier before he leaves.
Welterweight Roland Furwangler will split his time between Grenadier and Sigma after he signs a standard contract with Sigma.

Fighter Showcase
#1 Lightweight Lazaro “Riptide” Campos

28 Years old from Recife, Brazil with a pro record of 8-0 as a Mixed Martial Artist who uses Hybrid Striking.

A busy striker who has great cardio, Lazaro Campos is an all-action striker who loves to press the action as much as possible, overwhelming opponents with his ceaseless punches and kicks. Rarely taking a backward step, he’s a crowd favourite who always comes to fight.

Rands:
We were very lucky to sign Lazaro Campos and we are all looking forward to seeing him fight. He will be a force to be reckoned with in our Lightweight division.
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December 2002

News
The British economy is going into a slump and analysts believe it will last two years.
Welterweight Roland Furtwangler suffers a dislocated shoulder in training and will be out for 24 days.

Winter Rumble, London
Attendance 293 (Gate $27,073), Critical Rating 85%, Commercial Rating 41%
Broadcast by Euro Cable Sports

1st Bout Featherweight
“The Boilermaker” Clifford Carvill V Carlos “Armageddon” Starr #11
23 Years Old V 24 Years Old
From Northern Ireland V Northern Ireland
Style Taekwondo V Boxing
Pro Record 1-2 (0-2) V 12-5
Carlos Starr wins by TKO (Strikes) at 3:16 round 2.
The fight is rated as Good
Carlos Starr wins on his debut.

2nd Bout Lightweight
#4 Jazz “The Lionheart” Snide V Cullen “Kinky” Skink #11
20 Years Old V 19 Years Old
From London, England V Dundee, Scotland
Style MMA V MMA
Pro Record 5-1 V 3-0
Jazz Snide wins by Unanimous Decision (30-27) after 3 rounds.
The fight is rated as Good.
Jazz Snide says he wants Robbie Lynn any place, any time and he will embarrass him.

3rd Bout Lightweight
#5 Jake “Dead Man” Walken V Nathan Wyles #6
21 Years Old V 22 Years Old
From Toronto, Canada V London, England
Style Taekwondo V Muay Thai
Pro Record 3-0 V 3-0
Nathan Wiles wins by KO (Knee) at 4:37 of round 3.
The fight was rated as Great.
Nathan Wiles wins KO of the Night.
Nathan Wiles says a fight will Jazz Snide would be a great contest.

4th Bout Featherweight
#15 Jurg “The Demolisher” Lewandowski V Craig “The Lone Wolf” Bisping #24
22 Years Old V 27 Years Old
From Hamburg, Germany V Scotland
Style Grappling V Vale Tudo
Pro Record 3-0 V 11-13 (1-1)
Jurg Lewandowski wins by TKO (Strikes) at 2:06 of round 3.
The fight is rated as Great.
Jurg Lewansowski wins on his debut.

5th Bout Featherweight
#13 Henry “The Z Man” Zachary V Edgar “Tank” Hawkins
21 Years Old V 35 Years Old
From Rennes, France V London, England
Style Muay Thai V MMA
Pro Record 3-0 V 12-19 (0-2)
Henry Zachary wins by Unanimous Decision (30-27) after 3 rounds.
The fight was rated as Decent.
Henry Zachary says he wants Louie Sullivan next.

6th Bout Featherweight
#14 Lothar Marks V “Mystery Man” David Alexander
22 Years Old V 24 Years Old
From Hamburg, Germany V Birmingham, England
Style Kick Boxing V Kick Boxing
Pro Record 3-0 V 3-1 (0-1)
David Alexander wins by TKO (Strikes) at 2:00 of round 3.
The fight is rated as Good.
David Alexander says he doesn’t like being the underdog.

7th Bout Welterweight
#21 Godofredo Tavora V Reynaldo Varela #22
28 Years Old V 23 Years Old
From Brasilia, Brazil V Salvador, Brazil
Style Muay Thai V Taekwondo
Pro Record 7-4 (0-1) V 3-0
Reynaldo Varela wins by KO (Punch) at 1:55 of round 1.
The fight was rated as Good.
Reynaldo Varela wins on his debut.

8th Bout Featherweight
#25 Daniel “The Gibbon” O’Brien V Alex “Shaolin” Kerr
26 Years Old V 31 Years Old
From London, England V Newcastle, England
Style Submission Wrestling V MMA / Karate
Pro Record 7-5 (1-1) V 14-5 (0-1)
Alex Kerr wins by Submission (Guillotine) at 4:36 of round 1.
The fight is rated as Good.
Alex Kerr wins Submission of the Night
Alex Kerr invites everyone to an aftershow party.

9th Bout Featherweight
#19 Edgar “Ox” Robertson V Gonzalo “The Gangsta” Ramos #5
28 Years Old V 26 Years Old
From Scotland V Aguascalientes, Mexico
Style MMA / Kick Boxing V Boxing
Pro Record 7-4 (2-0) V 8-1 (1-0)
Gonzalo Ramos wins by Unanimous Decision (30-26, 30-27, 30-26) after 3 rounds.
The fight is rated as Good.
Gonzalo Ramos says he wants Freddy Lomax but he is a coward and doing everything he can to avoid the fight.

Main Event Featherweight
#3 Jefferson “The Hitman” Mndawe V Swinthens Corcoran #6
24 Years Old V 24 Years Old
From Lagos, Nigeria V Belfast, Northern Ireland
Style Kick Boxing V Boxing
Pro Record 9-0 (2-0) V 6-0 (2-0)
Jefferson Mndawe wins by TKO (Strikes) at 0:53 of round 4.
The fight is rated as Fantastic.
The Fight wins Fight of the Night.
Jefferson Mndawe calls the fight fantastic and is buzzing with excitement.

After Event News:
Featherweight Craig Bisping blames his defeat on stamina issues but vows to come back better.
Feather Edgar Hawkins finishes 3 fight contract and Grenadier decide not to renew it after he loses 3 in a row. He leaves Grenadier with a Pro Record of 12-20 (0-3).
Feather Edgar Robertson suffers a broken nose in his last fight.

Fighter Showcase
Lightweight #2 Robbie Lynn

21 Years old from Manitoba, Canada with a Pro Record of 6-0 as a Kick Boxer.

A Young Canadian striker, Robbie Lynn has been training in kick boxing since childhood. Known for his scorching head kicks, he is an exciting fighter to watch, but probably has too many obvious holes in his skill set – such as grappling and the ground game – to be a true threat.
Achievements:
1 x Knock Out of the Night Winner
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2002 Review

Grenadier has finished its first year of business and has gone from strength to strength.
With 4 shows in our first year the foundations have been laid for a big push in our second year.
Our aim is to increase our shows to 1 a month if possible. To help this we are aiming for 50 fighters per division and to open up the Middleweight division this year with a Middleweight Grand Prix to crown a champion.
We have also warned all fighters that 3 losses in a row during your contract will result in no new contract being offered.

In 2003 we are aiming to crown our first champions and push the company into national status.


Thank you for following the Grenadier story so far. I realise my posts might be a bit long winded but I am aiming to streamline them as I go. Any suggestions would be welcome.

My thoughts so far are to no longer share Rankings after each event, hiring’s and renewals unless people would like to see these. Rankings would still be shown in the tale of the tape before each fight.

Once again thank you for reading.
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