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  1. @DreamBroken It's updated. Plus, I updated the event numbering all the way to the Top Rank card.
  2. I am going to edit my post to put it in there. Slipped my mind. You should see it soon.
  3. Here is this week's template: EVENT #129 POINT TOTAL: 2780 PFL 2019 WK 8, Playoffs: Light Heavyweights & Heavyweights (10/31/2019) - Las Vegas, NV (Mandalay Bay Events Center) Jared Rosholt vs. Francimar Barroso - Rosholt, DEC Ali Isaev vs. Denis Goltsov - Goltsov, DEC Jordan Johnson vs. Rashid Yusupov - Yusupov, TKO, R2 Emiliano Sordi vs. Bozigit Ataev - Ataev, TKO, R1 Alex Nicholson vs. Francimar Barroso - Barroso, DEC Denis Goltsov vs. Satoshi Ishii - Goltsov, DEC Muhammad DeReese vs. Jared Rosholt - Rosholt, DEC Kevin Tiller vs. Ali Isaev - Isaev, DEC Vinny Magalhaes vs. Rashid Yusupov - Yusupov, TKO, R2 Maxim Grishin vs. Jordan Johnson - Johnson, DEC Bozigit Ataev vs. Viktor Nemkov - Ataev, DEC Emiliano Sordi vs. Sigi Pesaleli - Sordi, TKO, R1 *Please replace "Winner of..." with the full name of the winner you chose in the quarter finals BONUS EVENT #1 POINT TOTAL: 2780 ShoBox: Martinez vs. Rosales (11/1/2019) - Las Vegas, NV (Sam's Town Hotel & Gambling Hall) Xavier Martinez vs. Jessie Cris Rosales - Martinez, TKO, R5 Richardson Hitchins vs. Kevin Johnson - Hitchins, DEC Ava Knight vs. Luna del Mar Torroba - Knight, DEC Kevin Newman II vs. Mark Anthony Hernandez - Hernandez, DEC Dylan Price vs. Elias Joaquino - Price, DEC Cris Reyes vs. Recky Dulay - Reyes, TKO, R5 Rolando Romero vs. Juan Carlos Cordones - Romero, TKO, R3 BONUS EVENT #2 POINT TOTAL: 2780 Invicta FC 38: Porto vs. Rodriguez (11/1/2019) - Kansas City, KS (Memorial Hall) Vanessa Porto vs. Karina Rodriguez - Porto, DEC Kanako Murata vs. Emily Ducote - Murata, SUB, R4 Mallory Martin vs. Cynthia Arceo - Martin, SUB, R3 Shanna Young vs. Maiju Suotama - Young, DEC Lisa Verzosa vs. Kerri Kenneson - Verzosa, DEC Shaianna Rincón vs. Auttumn Norton - Rincón, DEC Serena DeJesus vs. Taneisha Tennant - Tennant, TKO, R2 BONUS EVENT #3 POINT TOTAL: 2780 Matchroom Boxing on DAZN: Taylor vs. Linardatou (11/2/2019) - Manchester, England, United Kingdom (Manchester Arena) WBO Female Super Lightweight Championship: Christina Linardatou vs. Katie Taylor - Taylor, DEC Felix Cash vs. Jack Cullen - Cash, TKO, R6 Terri Harper vs. Viviane Obenauf - Harper, DEC Anthony Crolla vs. Frank Urquiaga - Crolla, DEC Martin Bakole vs. Rodney Hernandez - Bakole, TKO, R3 Qais Ashfaq vs. Joe Ham - Ashfaq, DEC Gamal Yafai vs. Lee Clayton - Yafai, TKO, R3 BONUS EVENT #4 POINT TOTAL: 2780 Premier Boxing Champions: Castano vs. Omotoso (11/2/2019) - Oxon Hill, Maryland (MGM National Harbor) Brian Carlos Castano vs. Wale Omotoso - Castano, DEC Javier Fortuna vs. Jesus Marcelo Andres Cuellar - Fortuna, DEC Ranfis Javier Encarnacion vs. Emmanuel Dominguez - Encarnacion, DEC Gary Antuanne Russell vs. Juan Huertas - Russell, TKO, R4 Gary Antonio Russell vs. Samuel Gutierrez - Russell, DEC Tyrek Irby vs. Joaquin Chavez - Irby, DEC Dravontay Speed Rawls vs. Wanzell Ellison - Rawls, DEC Osvary Morrell vs. Quinton Rankin - Morrell, DEC Anthony Velasquez vs. Michael Crain - Velasquez, TKO, R3 Patrick Harris vs. Joaquim Carneiro - Harris, TKO, R4 Paul Kroll vs. Farhad Fatulla - Kroll, TKO, R2 BONUS EVENT #5 POINT TOTAL: 2780 Top Rank Boxing on ESPN: Berchelt vs. Sosa (11/2/2019) - Carson, CA (Dignity Health Sports Park) WBC Super Featherweight Championship: Miguel Berchelt vs. Jason Sosa - Berchelt, TKO, R7 Javier Molina vs. Hiroki Okada - Okada, DEC Alex Saucedo vs. Rod Salka - Saucedo, TKO, R6 Gor Yeritsyan vs. Shoki Sakai - Yeritsyan, DEC Daniel Lewis vs. Alexis Gaytan - Lewis, DEC Raymond Muratalla vs. Arnulfo Becerra - Muratalla, DEC Jose Rodriguez vs. Abram Martinez - Rodriguez, DEC Elvis Rodriguez vs. Luis Norambuena - Rodriguez, DEC EVENT #129 POINT TOTAL: 2780 Canelo vs. Kovalev (11/2/2019) - Las Vegas, NV (MGM Grand Garden Arena) WBO Light Heavyweight Championship: Sergey Kovalev vs. Saul Alvarez - Alvarez, TKO, R9 Ryan Garcia vs. Romero Duno - Garcia, DEC Bakhram Murtazaliev vs. Jorge Fortea - Murtazaliev, TKO, R5 Interim WBA Female Flyweight Championship: Seniesa Estrada vs. Marlen Esparza - Estrada, DEC Blair Cobbs vs. Carlos Ortiz Cervantes - Cobbs, TKO, R3 Meiirim Nursultanov vs. Cristian Olivas - Nursultanov, DEC Evan Holyfield vs. Nick Winstead - Holyfield, TKO, R1 EVENT #130 POINT TOTAL: 2780 UFC 244: Masvidal vs. Diaz (11/2/2019) - New York, NY (Madison Square Garden) Jorge Masvidal vs. Nate Diaz - Masvidal, DEC Kelvin Gastelum vs. Darren Till - Gastelum, TKO, R2 Stephen Thompson vs. Vicente Luque - Thompson, DEC Derrick Lewis vs. Blagoy Ivanov - Lewis, TKO, R2 Kevin Lee vs. Gregor Gillespie - Gillespie, DEC Corey Anderson vs. Johnny Walker - Walker, TKO, R1 Shane Burgos vs. Makwan Amirkhani - Burgos, DEC Brad Tavares vs. Edmen Shahbazyan - Shahbazyan, TKO, R2 Andrei Arlovski vs. Jairzinho Rozenstruik - Rozenstruik, TKO, R2 Jennifer Maia vs. Katlyn Chookagian - Chookagian, DEC Lyman Good vs. Chance Rencountre - Good, TKO, R2 Julio Arce vs. Hakeem Dawodu - Dawodu, DEC The Event #128 deadline is Thursday, October 31, 6:45 p.m. CST. The Friday events deadline is November 1, 7:15 p.m. CST. The Bonus Event #3 deadline is Saturday, November 2, 12:00 p.m. CST. The remaining Saturday events deadline is November 2, 5:30 p.m. CST. I will finish tallying the past weeks' scores tonight. The updated scores will be available tomorrow morning.
  4. It looks like it has to do with the UFC doing an event in conjunction with Dwayne Johnson and Seven Bucks doing Athleticon (basically the fitness version of ComicCon) next October in Atlanta. It's running Friday through Sunday. So the UFC likely would be running that Saturday (10/10/2020) if that were the case.
  5. Robert Kraft along with Donald Trump and his sons Don Jr. and Eric are expected to attend UFC 244. I wonder how Colby Covington feels that he was only good enough for the sons to attend his fight but the president decided to go see Nate Diaz and Jorge Masvidal. That has to sting his ego a bit.
  6. Does Pak Song have any living relatives in the wrestling business? If so, time to send them out.
  7. The Dolphins had a fourth down play where Ryan Fitzpatrick ran straight into Cam Heyward. Follies upon follies.
  8. Arce vs. Dawodu is a dope opener FWIW. Both guys are coming off head kick stoppage wins. That's pretty rare.
  9. Actually it's just a day but it's like a one time Groundhog's Day scenario. You just don't remember what the hell you did the previous day.
  10. The ESPN2 portion is pretty good too. All four fights feature someone the UFC is putting stock into and specifically with Shahbazyan and Mr. Wrestling II, A LOT of stock.
  11. I didn't know ACH had this much emotion and vigor about himself. Here I thought the WWE would never hire a New Jack type of black dude but eventually they found The Spook Who Sat By the Door. That's karma, baby. As for the Jay Lethal tweet, that seems like some personal shit between them. If I'm mad at another black dude (not so much lately as I'm pretty chill nowadays.. at least IMO) especially one who I've had a contentious working relationship with, Uncle Tom is probably one of the first things that will be lobbed out there if I truly know the guy. Then again, someone can play the jealousy angle (although Jay Lethal has been wrestling forever and still in ROH). I just don't get the we need to stick together thing or For the Culture or w/e this bullshit is. Last time I checked, all the black guys in the wrestling biz don't sit around and negotiate their contracts together. Honestly, I always felt the WWE presented black wrestlers as buffoons or dumb bucks anyway. I've never felt some personal attachment to any of the guys they've hired in this era. So when stuff like this comes back to bite them in the ass hard, I really cherish these moments. Fuck em. I'm just happy there is at least one guy with a backbone. Wish there was more, but I'll take what I can get.
  12. UFC 244: Masvidal vs. Diaz November 2, 2019 New York, NY (Madison Square Garden) Jorge Masvidal (169.5) vs. Nate Diaz (170.5) - Masvidal, TKO (doctor stoppage), R3 (5:00) Kelvin Gastelum (184) vs. Darren Till (186) - Till, DEC (split) Stephen Thompson (170.5) vs. Vicente Luque (170) - Thompson, DEC (unanimous) Derrick Lewis (265) vs. Blagoy Ivanov (257.5) - Lewis, DEC (split) Kevin Lee (155.5) vs. Gregor Gillespie (155.5) - Lee, KO (head kick), R1 (2:47) ESPN2 Preliminary Card: Corey Anderson (204.5) vs. Johnny Walker (205) - Anderson, TKO (punches), R1 (2:07) Shane Burgos (146) vs. Makwan Amirkhani (145.5) - Burgos, TKO (strikes), R3 (4:23) Brad Tavares (184.5) vs. Edmen Shahbazyan (185) - Shahbazyan, KO (head kick and punches), R1 (2:27) Andrei Arlovski (244) vs. Jairzinho Rozenstruik (246) - Rozenstruik, KO (punch), R1 (0:29) Fight Pass Preliminary Card: Jennifer Maia (127.2)* vs. Katlyn Chookagian (125.5) - Chookagian, DEC (unanimous) Lyman Good (169.5) vs. Chance Rencountre (171) - Good, TKO (punches), R3 (2:03) Julio Arce (145.5) vs. Hakeem Dawodu (146) - Dawodu, DEC (split) *Forfeits 25% of purse for missing weight Event Bonuses ($50,000) Performance of the Night: Corey Anderson Performance of the Night: Kevin Lee Fight of the Night: Stephen Thompson vs. Vicente Luque Attendance: 20,143 Gate: $6,575,996 Cancelled Fights: Krzystof Jotko vs. Edmen Shahbazyan - Jotko WIthdrew From Bout
  13. Cleveland is finding the most creative ways to turn the ball over.
  14. Plus, at this point, why would One let her go? Once Weili Zhang won a belt in the UFC, it made getting Angela Lee obsolete or at the very least made a slim chance of getting her no chance. The UFC have their female Asian star and will continue to develop other Asian female fighters based on where they plan to run future shows. With Gane, it's going to depend on how he performs against better fighters. I watched Pessoa vs. Hughes. That was a struggle to watch, and that's after I watched old ass Frank Mir vs. old ass Roy Nelson last night. Mayes is a better fighter skill wise than Pessoa Nunes who Gane beat in his first UFC fight, but that's not indicative of the best UFC has to offer even at heavyweight. Ngannou had absurd power which made his rise much easier. Unless he is landing straight up heaters, I don't see Gane having a bunch of sub one minute fights. Therefore, he has to stay fairly consistent. How he responds to adversity will be super important as well. I need to see 1 or 2 more fights against better opposition to answer that question. Against buzzsaws like Barboza or someone who can catch him offguard like Alexander Hernandez, it's going to be rough for Dariush. He is slightly above average as a striker and not that great athletically. Plus, he stands up tall too much with his chin sticking out sometimes. The one thing he has going for him is he tends to have sound gameplans. He knew Camacho was coming to tear his head off. He got that fight on the ground immediately. No messing around. There was no hint of ego that he needs to trade with someone. That will win him more fights than not.
  15. They need at least 5 or 6 other worthwhile fighters if we're looking at Waterson, possibly Tecia Torres, and Lookboonmee being there. If they can steal my girl Seo Hee Ham and/or Ayaka Hamasaki from RIZIN, it would help a lot. They can get Viviane Pereira back from Invicta and probably sign Ashley Cummins and Jinh Yu Frey. There are some fringe level strawweights who would obviously make the drop as well.
  16. I think Ciryl Gane (who I'm calling French Anthony Joshua based on facial appearance) is probably the best HW prospect going right now. Where the fuck is Fernand Lopez finding these dudes in France? First Ngannou, now Gane. Is there a Gold's Gym in France he is hanging out at everyday? Gane obviously doesn't have the KO power of Ngannou, but he may be a better athlete. Anyway, I'm glad Fiziev won. Offensively, he is a marvel to watch. The problem is he may not have the best beard. If he doesn't improve his defense, the best he will do in the UFC is win-loss-win-loss-win. He was wrecking people so hard in ROAD FC and elsewhere that he might believe he is like some Terminator. In the UFC, dudes won't be afraid to hit him back. The Mustafaev fight showed that. He has to tighten up his game. Muslim Salikhov beat the hell out of Laureano Staropoli. There were a few points in that fight where it could be stopped standing. I was surprised that I saw it being split as far as predictions on Frank Camacho vs. Beneil Dariush. I don't think Dariush has slid that much and Camacho hasn't been on that level before or at least fared well. Everytime Camacho has stepped up prior to this fight (against Jiangling Li and Geoff Neal in particular), he has lost. This fight was no different. I wonder where Michael Johnson goes from here. Since that big Poirier win three years ago, he is 2-5. You can definitely argue that he was matched super tough in three of those five losses. However, he wasn't losing to guys like Stevie Ray the last time he was at lightweight and went on a run. Ray is a pretty decent fighter, but I don't see him making a run for the title anytime soon. If Michael Johnson doesn't get cut/released from the UFC, he has to find ways to win fights like this or not give them away. It's obvious he won't be a title contender either, but he can't be a .500 fighter in the UFC. He isn't a star which makes him very expendable too. I'm not a fan of Ben Askren, but I have to admit the fight with Maia was a goddamn epic grappling match. There was a reversal every 30 seconds. Just fantastic stuff. I dunno where Askren goes from here. Maia is obviously heading for retirement. Maybe someone calls Askren out, the UFC can build it up, and make a TV main card bout out of it.
  17. She is talented. It's just a question of will her size be a detriment against bigger strawweight and also a question of what more can she add to her skillset.
  18. Antlers Director: Scott Cooper Starring: Keri Russell, Jesse Plemons, Jeremy T. Thomas, Graham Greene, Scott Haze, Rory Cochrane, and Amy Madigan
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