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On December 4th 2010 a miracle occurred. A young man was playing the demo version of the newest incarnation of World of Mixed Martial Arts, and with no other databases available he had no choice but to play the default database. Since first playing WMMA this man had no real interest in using the default data, and had always felt a bit guilty that the hard work of Adam Ryland and his team of render artists was wasted on him.

But during the one month of game time he played with GAMMA he became a changed man. A BORN AGAIN WMMA-ER. With his new found love for the fictional universe the young man decided that he would try his hand with his "local" company, British Cage Fighting, and write a diary about the progress.

That man... is me. I know, you're shocked, I'll give you some time to let it sink in.












OK, on with the ROSTER~!

(Firstly, this spreadsheet function makes doing this about 2,000,000% easier than times I've done it in the past...)

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Lightweight Division



CHAMPION: Jake Keane

Buzzy Tuttle 4-1
Dom Yorke 3-0
Dominick Oppenheimer 3-0
George Astaire 9-4
Ignatius Hepfinger 8-5
Jake Keane 22-4
Jeremy Sproule 3-1
Jochen Bellof 3-1
Mal Beswick 3-0
Olafur Petursson 4-0
Seth O'Breen 12-0
Steven Griffin 12-5
Timothy Latchkey 4-0

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Welterweight Division



CHAMPION: Will Kane

Bret Clement 4-0
David Webb 14-3
Doug Hansen 15-4
Gordon Idle 9-2
Hans-Peter Schneider 12-5
Martin Cupples 6-0
Mikey Wallace 5-0
Mills Mullally 14-4
Robert Darrell 11-4
Vikram Sithalayan 16-2
Wayne McKellen 5-1
Will Kane 14-3

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Middleweight Division



CHAMPION: Davis Spyrou

Andrew Rush 13-6
Daniel Hornsby 11-3
Davis Spyrou 18-4
Edgar van den Hoogenband 3-0
Ginger Beaumont 3-0
Henning Olsen 12-4
Pierce Jeeler 5-2
Ram Phookan 8-3
Rob Baines 26-10
Tucker Plumm 13-7

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Light Heavyweight Division



CHAMPION: Curt Kitson

Adrian Majoram 5-0
Conor Houghton 4 -3
Crow Leddy 3-0
Curt Kitson 9-0
Garry McSweegan 20-7
George Laurent 36-12
Lenny McFadden 8-0
Michael Bannon 8-3
Mick Curran 12-6
Murray O'Hare 3-1
Tikhon Diev 3-0

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Heavyweight Division



CHAMPION: Stafford Alois

Carter Potter 15-4
Dave Lennon 13-4
Eddie Whelan 10-3
Fritz Phipps 4-0
Harry Milne 41-7
Howard Pursglove 10-5
Mark Bicknell 7-2
Percy Catcher 9-2
Perry Barr 14-4
Rav Kapur 6 -0
Stafford Alois 26-8
Vic Millican 16-3

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Pound 4 Pound Rankings

Here's a list of the top 25 ranked fighters Pound 4 Pound. I'll keep giving regular updates on this as I really do love the way rankings are done in WMMA 3...

1. Jake Keane (LW)
2. Vikram Sithalayan (WW)
3. Stafford Alois (HW)
4. Harry Milne (HW)
5. David Webb (WW)
6. Will Kane (WW)
7. Davis Spyrou (MW)
8. Carter Potter (HW)
9. Seth O'Breen (LW)
10. Garry McSweegan (LHW)
11. Doug Hansen (WW)
12. Mills Mullally (WW)
13. Rob Baines (MW)
14. Curt Kitson (LHW)
15. Vic Millican (HW)
16. Gordon Idle (WW)
17. Rav Kapur (HW)
18. Perry Barr (HW)
19. Dave Lennon (HW)
20. Daniel Hornsby (MW)
21. Henning Olsen (MW)
22. Robert Darrell (WW)
23. George Laurent (LHW)
24. Hans-Peter Schneider (WW)
25. Eddie Whelan (HW)

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Well that's the boring stuff over with. Check back very soon for the first card in a new era of British Cage Fighting!
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BCF: ALOIS VS. MILNE

British Cage Fighting show they are going forward full throttle under their new management as their first show run by the new regime sees probably their two biggest names go into battle for the BCF Heavyweight Title.

Defending champion Stafford Alois (26-8) will defend his title against the challenger Harry Milne (41-7). The 34 year old Alois looks to make his third defence of his title that he won in July 1996, whilst 35 year old Milne is on the back of a long winning streak that allows him this opportunity.

Also on the card are a series of matches pitting youngsters against more experienced competitors. The Semi Main event sees Martin Cupples (6-0) take on Mills Mullally (14-4) in the Welterweight Division. In the Light Heavyweight division Tikhon Diev (3-0) takes on Michael Bannon (8-3), whilst in the Middleweight division Ginger Beaumont (3-0) goes up against Pierce Jeeler (5-2). Kicking off the show will be a Lightweight contest between Mal Beswick (3-0) and Jeremy Sproule (3-1).

OFFICIAL CARD

BCF Heavyweight Title Match
Stafford Alois vs. Harry Milne

Welterweight Division
Martin Cupples vs. Mills Mullally

Light Heavyweight Division
Tikhon Diev vs. Michael Bannon

Middleweight Division
Ginger Beaumont vs. Pierce Jeeler

Lightweight Division
Mal Beswick vs. Jeremy Sproule

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BCF Heavyweight Title Match
Stafford Alois vs. Harry Milne

Welterweight Division
Martin Cupples vs. Mills Mullally

Light Heavyweight Division
Tikhon Diev vs. Michael Bannon

Middleweight Division
Ginger Beaumont vs. Pierce Jeeler

Lightweight Division
Mal Beswick vs. Jeremy Sproule
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BCF SIGN MOST OF FREE WORLD

British Cage Fighting today announced they had to come to terms with 24 MMA fighters to join their company. BCF president Chris Dewing gave this statement:

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"Here at BCF we have a talented pool of fighters, however in our pursuit of growing the company to rival the ALPHA-1 and GAMMAs of the MMA world we are looking to run more shows. To run more shows we need more fighters, so after an exhaustive scouting procedure we have signed 24 new fighters to 5 fight contracts. Many of these fighters are between 18-22 and this will be their first shot in a major company. I know that their hunger and desire will result in them putting on a great show for the fans.
Among the bigger names signed is Leonardo da Costa, currently ranked at #20 in the world Middleweight rankings.

In division order the new signings are:

Lightweights

Jayden Karp
Chad Zoff
Gerardo Diez
Heiko Pander
Tim Oldacres

Welterweights

Evan Pizarro
Wes Hersch
Esteban Vega
Datuk Ong Ka Ting
Rich Robinson

Middleweights
Isaiah Monroe
Ethan Sutton
Tuck Durdell
Alex Cole
Leonardo da Costa
Tora Mizwar

Light Heavyweights
William Harrison
Allen LeFleur
Gustavo Spagnol
Jericho Stewart
Dan Kreuger

Heavyweight
Sylvester Collins
Jacco Landeweerd
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BCF Heavyweight Title Match
Stafford Alois vs. Harry Milne

Welterweight Division
Martin Cupples vs. Mills Mullally

Light Heavyweight Division
Tikhon Diev vs. Michael Bannon

Middleweight Division
Ginger Beaumont vs. Pierce Jeeler

Lightweight Division
Mal Beswick vs. Jeremy Sproule
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BCF Heavyweight Title Match
Stafford Alois vs. Harry Milne

Welterweight Division
Martin Cupples vs. Mills Mullally

Light Heavyweight Division
Tikhon Diev vs. Michael Bannon

Middleweight Division
Ginger Beaumont vs. Pierce Jeeler

Lightweight Division
Mal Beswick vs. Jeremy Sproule
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BCF Heavyweight Title Match
Stafford Alois vs. Harry Milne
Milne gets this fight to the ground for a GnP finish.

Welterweight Division
Martin Cupples vs. Mills Mullally
Tough call - whomever manages to connect first really.

Light Heavyweight Division
Tikhon Diev vs. Michael Bannon
Bannon's secret can tendencies are dying to sneak out.

Middleweight Division
Ginger Beaumont vs. Pierce Jeeler
Crush the can!

Lightweight Division
Mal Beswick vs. Jeremy Sproule
Another close one but I fancy Mal to get this to the floor for some GnP.
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Haha there's something I really love about that graphic. It is so 1998.

There's some great WMMA diaries coming through and I hope they stay right throughout this game. It is what has held the WMMA community behind from TEW.

OFFICIAL CARD

BCF Heavyweight Title Match

Stafford Alois vs. Harry Milne
The Brixton Butcher is always a bit inconsistent, but I think his story is that he's never been able to hack it in the big leagues. Milne has had his day, and I'm expecting him to fall convincingly to a red hot Alois.

Welterweight Division

Martin Cupples vs. Mills Mullally
I don't know much about Cupples other than he's one of my renders. Mullally has always been pretty solid and is tough to bet against, but Cupples is fairly well rounded with big KO power.

Light Heavyweight Division
Tikhon Diev vs. Michael Bannon
Get the feeling poor old Bannon is being fed to the Ruski here. Diev by brutal GnP.

Middleweight Division
Ginger Beaumont vs. Pierce Jeeler
Neither is very good, but Beaumont slightly better for mine. Some of these UK character names are awful.

Lightweight Division
Mal Beswick vs. Jeremy Sproule
Beswick isn't great, but I think he'll either sub Sproule out or decision him.
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BCF: ALOIS VS. MILNE


Fight #1

Welterweight Division
Mal Beswick (5-0) vs. Jeremy Sproule (5-1)


Round 1

Beswick takes Sproule down after a brief stand-up exchange, and within seconds has got to side control. I mentioned Sproule's complete lack of ground ability beforehand, and this was proving me 100% correct. Beswick's first move was to go for an armbar and he secured it with ease, leaving Sproule with no option but to tap out. A dominant victory for Beswick but I think he'll need to beat a bigger name before he is seen as a serious contender.

Winner: Mal Beswick (4-0) via Submission (Armbar) - 4:11 of Round 1
Match Rating: Good


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Fight #2

Middleweight Division
Ginger Beaumont (3-0) vs. Pierce Jeeler (5-2)


Round 1

This turns out to be an almost identical match here, with Beaumont securing a takedown a matter of seconds after the opening bell. Beaumont used some good ground and pound to help him advance position to side control. From there it didn't take long for Beaumont to apply an arm triangle, and with it fully secured Jeeler had to tap out. Thanks for coming Mr. Jeeler.

Winner: Ginger Beaumont (4-0) via Submission (Arm Triangle) - 4:48 of Round 1
Match Rating: Average


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Fight #3

Light Heavyweight Division
Tikhon Diev (3-0) vs. Michael Bannon (8-3)


Round 1

The story of this fight was all about takedowns. Bannon was able to shoot in and spectacularly slam Diev to the mat, and despite Diev's best attempts to get Bannon caught in an arm triangle, Bannon was able to see out the rest of the round by landing some decent ground and pound.

Round 2

Here we saw the fight take place entirely on the feet, but only because Bannon managed to stuff two attempted takedowns from Diev. Bannon was then able to dominate the striking for the remainder of the round. Bannon must have worked very hard on his takedown defence to cope with Diev's strength and explosiveness.

Round 3

Diev finally started to make his physical advantages count by getting a big takedown to start the round. After a whole round of struggling to advance position whilst also landing some strikes he is able to advance mount. Unfortunately time runs out for him before he can land any major shots or get into a submission position. The judges all scored it the same, 29-28, for Michael Bannon.

Winner: Michael Bannon (9-3) via Unanimous Decision
Match Rating: Decent


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Semi Main Event

Welterweight Division
Martin Cupples (6-0) vs. Mills Mullally (14-4)


Round 1

Cupples shaded Round 1 with some good counter striking, in one instance landing three or four hard left hands to the head of Mullally after he had missed a jab. Considering the boxing backgrounds of both fighters I was surprised to see them not wanting to stand and bang very often, perhaps respect for each other's punching power caused them to be a bit cautious.

Round 2

Round 2 went to Mullally as Cupples changed his game plan to try and move in closer, Mullally was able to keep him at bay by utilising a good jab. Both men landed some hard shots, but Mullally's more accurate striking gave him the round.

Round 3

Round 3 was all to play for, but it was Cupples who took the initiative and began to finally show some dominance in striking. He landed some hard left hands, then one big left hook that knocked Mullally down. Mullally kept his wits about him when Cupples followed him to the ground, and Mullally survived until the end of the fight. Overall it was an entertaining fight even it wasn't the stand-up war I was expecting. Cupples was given the decision victory, 29-28 from all the judges.

Winner: Martin Cupples (7-0) via Unanimous Decision
Match Rating: Good


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MAIN EVENT

BCF Heavyweight Title Match
Stafford Alois (26-8) vs. Harry Milne (41-7)


This isn't really what I was hoping for from this fight. The whole fight was just the same thing over and over again as Milne tried without remorse to take the fight to the floor, with no interest in trying to stand and trade with Alois. Alois however showed superb takedown defence to keep the fight standing for the first three rounds, and with Milne's mindset focused on the takedowns he was able to land strikes without much fear of being countered, and connected with enough leg kicks to cause Milne to limp. Round 4 was the only round that was any different from the others, this was the only time Milne was able to get the fight to the ground and was able to advance to mount, but Alois held on to survive the round. Round 5 was back to the same, Alois kept the fight standing and peppering Milne with kicks, a tired, limping Milne was a sorry sight when the fight ended. Alois took the fight on a decision and defended his title, all the judges scoring 49-46 for him.

Winner: Stafford Alois (27-8) via Unanimous Decision
Fight Rating: Very Poor


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Attendance: 650 ($23,400)

Fight of the Night: Mal Beswick vs. Jeremy Sproule
KO Of The Night: None
Submission of the Night: Mal Beswick

Critical Rating: Average
Commercial Rating: Great

Popularity: +1.6%
Balance: $501,097


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BCF: KANE VS. SITHALAYAN

British Cage Fighting have announced their next fight card which is due to be held just two weeks after their previous show. The BCF management stated in a press release that this was another way they are going about raising the profile of the company along with lowering ticket prices, increasing production values and being more agressive with their marketing.

Main eventing the show will be a BCF Welterweight Title match between champion Will Kane (14-3) and the undisputed #1 Contender Vikram Sithalayan (16-2). Kane has been Welterweight champion since February 1997, however an injury has prevented him from defending his title until now. Pakistani-born Sithalayan is currently ranked #7 in the Welterweight division throughout the world, and a win here would almost certainly propel him into the Top 25 Pound 4 Pound rankings.

The Semi Main Event will be in the always popular Heavyweight division. Native New Zealander Carter Potter (15-4) will go up against Eddie Whelan (10-3) with both men putting winning streaks on the line. Potter, who is considered to be one of the most well-rounded fighters in the Heavyweight division, is currently ranked #18 in the World Heavyweight rankings and a win here could put him in line for a shot at Stafford Alois. Whelan is one of the smaller Heavyweights in the BCF, and is well versed in Muay Thai skills that make his strikes very dangerous.

Also on the card will be a Middleweight Division contest with big title implications. BCF president Chris Dewing has stated that the winner of this internationally-themed contest between Tora Mizwar (19-6) and Henning Olsen (12-4) will get a shot at the title, currently held by Davis Spyrou. Indonesian Mizwar comes into BCF ranked as the #20 Middleweight in the world, and is one of the strongest middleweights in MMA as can be testified by those who have been punched by him. Denmark's Henning Olsen is on the back of a winning streak that has put him in a viable position for a title shot. A much better striker than grappler, Olsen will be looking to give a rude welcome to Mizwar.

There are four other fights due to take place, in the Lightweight division Timothy Latchkey (4-0) takes on George Astaire (9-4). This will be Latchkey's first venture into the Lightweight division after being undefeated at Welterweight, we will have to see whether this risk is worth it. Astaire is a judo fighter from Scotland (bizarre as it sounds) who is on the back of a winning streak himself. A good result here could put him into the Lightweight title mix.

Former US Army Lieutentant William Harrison (3-0) takes on Murray O'Hare (3-1) in a Light Heavyweight division contest. With no major international wars taking place at the moment (it's 1998 people) Harrison opted to leave the army and turn to professional MMA. Currently undefeated, he makes his BCF debut at this show. Murray O'Hare, who bears a striking resemblance to an Irish WWE performer in 12 years time, is a brawler from Northern Ireland who will look to be a tough test for Harrison.

Promising newcomer Alex Cole (7-0) takes on veteran Tucker Plumm (13-7) in the Middleweight Division. Cole's 7 victories have all be very similar as his wrestling skills have helped him defeat inferior opposition. He claims to be a well-rounded fighter though and his arrival in the BCF will give him the opportunity to prove it. Tucker Plumm is a BCF veteran who will not take kindly to they hype surrounding his younger opponent. Predominantly a stand-up fighter, Plumm is always dangerous on his feet and Cole will be looking to avoid Plumm's karate skills.

Finally, a second Welterweight contest will see Datuk Ong Ka Ting (5-0) take on Wayne McKellan (5-1). Datuk is one of Malaysia's only MMA exports and will be wanting to do his country proud. A jiu-jistu practicioner with a superb ground game Datuk is a top prospect for the division. Wayne McKellan may be a bit worried as his ground game is his weakest area, but with good stand-up skills there is always the hope he will land some good strikes and take what would probably be a suprise victory.

OFFICIAL CARD

BCF Welterweight Title Match
Will Kane vs. Vikram Sithalayan

Heavyweight Division
Carter Potter vs. Eddie Whelan

Middleweight Division
#1 Contender Match
Tora Mizwar vs. Henning Olsen

Lightweight Division
Timothy Latchkey vs. George Astaire

Light Heavyweight Division
William Harrison vs. Murray O'Hare

Middleweight Division
Alex Cole vs. Tucker Plumm

Welterweight Division
Datuk Ong Ka Ting vs. Wayne McKellan

Predictions welcome

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Some interesting matchups here, pretty sure you will have a new WW Champion

BCF Welterweight Title Match
Will Kane vs. Vikram Sithalayan

Heavyweight Division
Carter Potter vs. Eddie Whelan

Middleweight Division
#1 Contender Match
Tora Mizwar vs. Henning Olsen

Lightweight Division
Timothy Latchkey vs. George Astaire

Light Heavyweight Division
William Harrison vs. Murray O'Hare

Middleweight Division
Alex Cole vs. Tucker Plumm

Welterweight Division
Datuk Ong Ka Ting vs. Wayne McKellan
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In case you're interested I've re-done the first show with a bit more detail in the fights. Still welcoming predicitons!
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BCF Welterweight Title Match
Will Kane vs. Vikram Sithalayan
Kane could catch Sithalayan on the feet, Sithalayan could sub Kane from top or bottom. Tough one but I'll go with Vikram.

Heavyweight Division
Carter Potter vs. Eddie Whelan
A decent destiny stat and, once Alois and Milne retire, Potter could be #2 behind Kapur (unless you continue to go international with your hiring of course.)

Middleweight Division
#1 Contender Match
Tora Mizwar vs. Henning Olsen
Olsen has been a surprise package for me but I don't think he has the goods to beat Tora. Mizwar GnP to finish.

Lightweight Division
Timothy Latchkey vs. George Astaire
Difficult call as Astaire can be wildly inconsistent from what I've seen. I'm going to take him via sub though.

Light Heavyweight Division
William Harrison vs. Murray O'Hare
Puncher's chance for O'Haire but Harrison should be able to control him from the top.

Middleweight Division
Alex Cole vs. Tucker Plumm
Alex by whatever he feels like.

Welterweight Division
Datuk Ong Ka Ting vs. Wayne McKellan
Datuk by whatever he feels like.

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BCF: KANE VS. SITHALAYAN


Fight #1

Welterweight Division
Datuk Ong Ka Ting (5-0) vs. Wayne McKellen (5-1)


An absolute destruction job here, Datuk caught a kick and took the opportunity to get McKellen to the ground. From there Datuk immediately got side control, then tried an arm triangle that McKellen was just about to get out of. Unfortunately for McKellen, Datuk immediately switched to an Americana and got the submission that way.

Winner: Datak Ong Ka Ting (6-0) via Submission (Americana) - 2:53 of Round 1
Match Rating: Great


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Fight #2

Middleweight Division
Alex Cole (7-0) vs. Tucker Plumm (13-7)


A perfect example of a fight where one fighter has the perfect gameplan and the other can do nothing to stop them carrying it out. Every round was almost identical, Cole would shoot in and get a takedown, then just keep the fight on the ground for the rest of the round. Cole would land a few strikes but would spend most of his time trying to advance his position, and keep Plumm tied down. Not much else to say really, Cole took all the rounds and remained undefeated.

Winner: Alex Cole (8-0) via Unanimous Decision
Match Rating: Average


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Fight #3

Light Heavyweight Division
William Harrison (3-0) vs. Murray O'Hare (3-1)


A similar type of domination in this fight, although Harrison cannot secure a takedown in the first round he still manages to win the round with some good strikes. O'Hare doesn't seem willing to commit to anything as he looks to counter, but with Harrison not throwing much it's not a great tactic. Harrison got a takedown in Round 2 and was very active on the ground, advancing to mount and looking for an armbar that O'Hare did well to avoid and reverse into taking side control. Despite the good position O'Hare stood up and missed a jab. Good work. Harrison starts to fire away some combinations in Round 3 as his attempts at takedowns again struggle and O'Hare keeps it standing. Both fighters don't do anything rash in Round 3, even O'Hare who needed a finish to win the fight. Harrison took the decision with all three judges scoring 30-27.

Winner: William Harrison (4-0) via Unanimous Decision
Match Rating: Poor


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Fight #4

Lightweight Division
Timothy Latchkey (4-0) vs. George Astaire (9-4)


Latchkey didn't make weight by a whole 1lb, immediately annoying me although it was my decision for him to drop to 155. The first round can only be described as terrible, the fighters are stuck against the cage for about four minutes and Latchkey, still tired from his failed weight loss, is in no mood to do anything too strenuous. He won the first round purely by controlling Astaire against the cage. He tried a similar tactic in Round 2 but the fresher Astaire took the opportunity to move around and take Latchkey's back. Astaire couldn't get the rear naked choke that was the obvious move from there, nor can he get an attempted armbar, but he easily won the round. Latchkey had nothing in Round 3, throwing wild shots with no technique and takedowns that fail in hilarious fashion. Astaire does what he has to in order to win the round, connecting with punches and keeping Latchkey away from him. Astaire got the win 29-28 from all the judges. Back to Welteweight for Mr. Latchkey.

Winner: George Astaire (10-4)
Match Rating: Very Poor


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Fight #5

Middleweight Division
Tora Mizwar (19-6) vs. Henning Olsen (12-4)


What is it with all these decisions? Another rather dull fight here, Mizwar got off to a good start with a successful takedown in Round 1 that he follows up with some decent ground and pound, and before that when the fight was standing he seemed to have the advantage as well. Round 2 is a bit more exciting, despite the first three minutes of Mizwar holding Olsen against the cage, when Mizwar got the fight to the ground he was just moments away from Olsen tapping out from an arm triangle when that pesky bell sounded to end the round. Olsen may have got the better of a close third round, despite Mizwar getting him down early in the round it seemed Mizwar was lacking energy, and the fight got stood up by the referee. Mizwar tried another takedown but Olsen did well to reverse it into a takedown of his own, but the fight ended before he could do anything. It was 29-28 across the board from the judges, all for Mizwar, who gets the next title shot at Davis Spyrou.

Winner: Tora Mizwar (20-6) via Unanimous Decision
Match Rating: Poor


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Semi Main Event

Heavyweight Division
Carter Potter (15-4) vs. Eddie Whelan (10-3)


Potter pretty much dominated the fight in every area, his stand up was better than Whelan's in the early part of the fight, but he chose to take Whelan down and continued his advantage there. In Round 2 Potter caught a Whelan leg kick and muscled him to the ground, then nearly caught him with an arm triangle but Whelan somehow managed to get himself out of trouble. It left Whelan short of breath though, and Potter continued his ground dominance until the end of the round. Round 3 saw Potter finish Whelan off, backing him against the cage he connected with a hard left hand that dropped Whelan. Potter went to the ground and wasted little time in looking for a submission. He got Whelan in a guillotine choke and Whelan had no option but to tap out. Good finish for Potter, and good news for the fans who finally saw another fight finished!

Winner: Carter Potter (16-4) via Submission (Guillotine Choke) - 3:30 of Round 3
Match Rating: Poor


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MAIN EVENT

BCF Welterweight Title Match
Will Kane (14-3) vs. Vikram Sithalayan (16-2)


Sithalayan came into the fight as a feared submission master. He left as a feared submission master with a title around his waist. The first round saw Kane land some good punches but an attempted kick was caught by Sithalayan and he quickly dragged Kane to the mat. Sithalayan took about 0.005 seconds to pass from half guard into mount, but his first attempt at an armbar resulted in Kane rolling through and taking side control himself. Kane stood up to get out of Sithalayan's grasp, but back on the feet Sithalayan was quick to get a takedown. Sithalayan only had time to pass to side control before the round ended. Round 2 began with Kane foolishly trying another kick, Sithalayan caught it again and took him back down. Sithalayan moved to side control and attempted an armbar, but somehow Kane managed to get away from him before his arm was snapped. Sithalayan said "enough of this crap" and went into mount to go for the armbar again. This time Kane couldn't defend it and had no choice but to tap out, the other two armbar attempts probably making his decision even easier. Sithalayan is the new Welterweight champion... and who's going to beat him?

Winner: Vikram Sithalyan (17-2) via Submission (Armbar) - 2:35 of Round 2
Fight Rating: Poor


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Attendance: 682 ($24,552)

Fight of the Night: Datuk Ong Ka Ting vs. Wayne McKellen
KO Of The Night: None (Again)
Submission of the Night: Vikram Sithalayan

Critical Rating: Poor
Commercial Rating: Great

Popularity: +1.6%
Balance: $506,046


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On the same day as BCF: Kane vs. Sithalayan there just so happened to be fight cards held by SIGMA and GAMMA, the following night FLB and XCC ran shows, and KDM FC had a show a few days later.



Quite a few interesting results on the show, Dannii Skala defeated Shane Gilchrist with a Unanimous Decision ranked as Very Poor. Alberto Basora defeated Dominykas Jankovic via first round submission that not only won Submission of the Night but Fight of the Night as well. Manish Khan defeated Pedro Alves by TKO in less than a minute, Khan would be somebody that I would have a lot of interest in if the BCF had a Featherweight division. The Main Event was a SIGMA Heavyweight Title match between Terron Cabal and Grzegorz Boniek. The fight reached the fourth round before Cabal landed a massive punch that knocked Boniek out cold. Cabal is the new SIGMA Heavyweight champion and maintains his undefeated record.



For some reason Marlon John was put in the prelims, he got his revenge though by winning in three minutes and taking home some extra money for Fight of the Night. Rufus Stephens defeated Yevgeni Sipatov via Unanimous Decision, not much else to say about that. Junior Patinkin made a big statement with a dominant decision victory over fellow Light Heavyweight contender Anthony LeToussier, but the big story was the main event. The Welterweight Title was on the line between Julio Regueiro and Jack Humphreys. With Regueiro the heavy favourite it was no surprise that he dominated the first four rounds but couldn't finish Humphreys off. In Round 5 Humphreys caught Regueiro with a punch, Regueiro dropped to the floor, and Humphreys finished him off with punches for the upset win and the title!



The opening bout of the card was ranked as Fantastic, big news for a three round decision. In many ways the result was an upset as Mario de Souza defeated #21 Middleweight Jerezo, the fight won Fight of the Night. Heavyweight prospect Murilo Satinho defeated Marcelo Boccoli with a second round armbar, that got him submission of the night. Another upset saw Kerlon Guerra de Bastos defeat Gladstone Lopes by Split Decision. However the Main Event went as you'd expect, scary Welterweight Manuel Silva defeated Gabriel Gallego by KO, a knee to the face to be exact, in the first round to defend his title.



Only two big matches to report on, both in their impressive Featherweight division. Sammy Gaffigan defeated Luiz Machado in the second round with a big KO punch. In the main event Philip Ziskie defended the XCC Featherweight title with a TKO victory over Azor Portela Nunes in the third round.



More lighter weight class action here, Masahiro Maeno defeated Davi Carlos Ramos by submission in Round 3, taking home Submission of the Night and Fight of the Night for his trouble. Atep of Indonesia defeated Hokusai Araki with a KO Knee to the Face, and then in the Main Event it was a battle of the #2 and #3 Featherweights in the world. Li-Kong Ho took his record to 19-0 and the KDM FC Featherweight Title with a 5th round submission victory over Tomohiro Takeuchi.



They had a show. I didn't care.



They had a show the week after mine so I thought I'd chuck them in as well. Not a lot of the big names on show, but then again they had Hassan Fezzik in the main event. Fukusaburo Hirano defeated Keita Oshima with a first round armbar in a Welterweight match, he remains undefeated. In the Middleweight division Mal Phe Roby defeat Gempachi Higa in Round 2 via TKO. In the big match of the evening the widely recognised best fighter in the world Hassan Fezzik defended his Heavyweight title by defeating Kunimichi Kikuchi, himself the #3 Heavyweight in the world. Fezzik took just 3:41 to get Kikuchi to tap out to an armbar, and Fezzik took home Submission of the Night to add to his already massive paycheck.

POUND 4 POUND RANKINGS

After the ALPHA-1 show let's have a look at the updated #25 Fighters in the world...

#1 - Hassan Fezzik (26-0) - ALPHA-1 - Heavyweight
#2 - Li-Kong HO (19-0) - KDM FC - Featherweight
#3 - Tadamasa Yamada (21-1) - ALPHA-1 - Light Heavyweight
#4 - Philip Ziskie (18-1-1) - XCC - Featherweight
#5 - Zvonimir Asanovic (27-2) - ALPHA-1 - Light Heavyweight
#6 - James Foster (32-4-1) - GAMMA - Heavyweight
#7 - Sukarno (23-0) - KDM FC - Lightweight
#8 - Sean Morrison (27-3) - GAMMA - Lightweight
#9 - Jin Katou (17-0) - ALPHA-1 -- Light Heavyweight
#10 - Matthew Dean (31-5) - GAMMA - Middleweight
#11 - Noach Van Der Capellan (22-3) - SIGMA - Welterweight
#12 - Manuel Silva (14-0) - FLB - Welterweight
#13 - Affonso Villar (22-2) - FLB - Light Heavyweight
#14 - Ichisake Miyagi (21-3) - ALPHA-1 - Welterweight
#15 - Luis Basora (19-3) - SIGMA - Lightweight
#16 - VIKRAM SITHALAYAN (17-2) - BCF - Welterweight
#17 - Armen Sarkisian (22-2) - ALPHA-1 - Heavyweight
#18 - Masahiro Maeno (18-3) - KDM FC - Featherweight
#19 - Braulio Moura (19-2 1NC) - FLB - Middleweight
#20 - Jack Humphreys (23-6) - GAMMA - Welterweight
#21 - Dexter Darling (17-2-1) - GAMMA - Middleweight
#22 - Tim Boyer (24-3-2) - GAMMA - Heavyweight
#23 - Joaquim Fontes (21-3) - FLB - Middleweight
#24 - STAFFORD ALOIS (27-8) - BCF - Heavyweight
#25 - Lars Bohlin (48-6) - SIGMA - Featherweight[/center]
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