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Just a little thing to get everyone else a bit of an idea about your game world, it might be nice to profile a random fighter and how they've gone in your game world so far.


I use a modified version of the default database with weidt's changes, so some people are in different weight classes:


Jerry Bogdonovich

Born: 15 November, 1970 (age 32), Newark, New Jersey

Nickname: The Dockland Destroyer

Nationality: American

Height: 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)

Weight: 170 lb (77 kg)

Reach: 70 inches (178 cm)

Style: Boxing

Stance: Orthodox

Fighting out of: Springfield, Missouri

Team: Team Desire

Years active: 1997-present


Since joining GAMMA's lightweight division as a highly feared striker, Bogdonovich has become a fan favourite for his high tempo style and devastating knock out power. He began with a bang in February of 2000 by finishing Brazil's Leonardo da Costa in the first round, but took a fight at short notice in his home state and fell to a first round submission to Nik Minear.


The loss raised a number of questions about his ability to counter opponents capable of taking him down, but he seemingly dispelled them as he showed a fine sprawl against Team Foster's Drew Jenks to earn Fight of the Night honours in Las Vegas. That started a five-fight win streak of which his biggest win undoubtedly came against lightweight contender Jack Humphreys in just his fourth GAMMA fight. After convincingly losing the first two rounds, Bogdonovich avoided a decision loss by dropping Humphreys with a combination and finishing him on the mat. In a stacked lightweight division, he put himself in title shot territory by picking up a second win over da Costa to end his three fight streak of wins.


However, come 2002 his lack of versatility has really begun to show as he was picked apart by highly touted youngster William Harrison before being convincingly beaten 30-27 across all cards by Brazilian grappler Manuel Silva. Despite showing a bit of his old form with a second GAMMA KO of the Night award, he's been cut down by lightweight title contenders Darin Blood and Lukas Mellberg inside the first round.


So where does that leave Bogdonovich? Dropping four of his last five fights has seen his GAMMA record fall to 7-5 and a move up to a distinctly weaker Welterweight division is the best option. He fights Andrew Rush who, at 4-3 inside the Cage, is a must win situation after being submitted by Dominykas Jankovic. Both men hold most of their victories by way of strikes, and are set to produce an entertaining undercard bout on the first GAMMA pay-per-view in Hawaii. Bogdonovich remains one of the most popular fighters in the promotion and is always a sure bet for television cards, but another couple of losses may leave the promotion no choice but to cut him.


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I use Microsoft Excel and just try to get it as close as I can to the Wikipages. :)


Christopher Sharp


Christopher Michael Sharp (born September 30, 1971) is an American mixed mixed martial artist and Greco-Roman wrestler. He is known for competing in GAMMA (Global Association of Mixed Martial Arts) where he made his debut against Peter Barnum at GAMMA 35.




Mixed martial arts career

Sharp made his MMA debut in 1997, defeating Miguel Vergara. After amassing a record of 6-1 in small American MMA shows, Sharp signed with GAMMA to fight Peter Barnum at GAMMA 35 winning by TKO in the third round.


Sharp went on to appear against MMA veterans Bill Cumming and Jethro Munter and won both fights, before suffering his second career defeat against future GAMMA Light Heavyweight Champion Ken Peters at GAMMA 43. Sharp then struggled for consistency in his MMA career as he defeated Derek South at GAMMA 47 before losing a unanimous decision against Adam White at GAMMA 49.


South was next signed to fight former professional wrestler Bryan van der Hauwe at GAMMA 52. After van der Hauwe dominated the first two rounds with his wrestling, Sharp was able to rock him with a right hand and finish the fight in the third round. He then picked up his second third round victory three months later at GAMMA 55 against Trevor Murray in a fight he dominated.


After stringing two wins together, Sharp appeared in the co-main event at GAMMA 57 against Patrick Thomas for a shot at the GAMMA Light Heavyweight title. After a bitter build up in which Sharp labelled his younger opponent "less talented in every facet of MMA", the referee stopped the fight at 4:22 in the very first round after Sharp was the victim of several unprotected punches. In a return to the undercard of a network television event in 2002, he suffered a second consecutive defeat against Stephan de Winter in his GAMMA debut.


Sharp snapped his losing streak by defeating Tony McCall in what would be McCall's final fight inside the Cage, but saw his record in GAMMA fall to 7-5 as Australian Shane Gilchrist handed him his third defeat in four fights. In the build up to the fight, Gilchrist suggested Sharp was weak against good submission fighters and forced a tap via a second round guillotine choke.


After this loss, Sharp announced via his website that he intended to move up a weight class to the heavyweight division. "With my injuries, the weight cut is preventing me from fighting at the top of my game," he wrote. "Hopefully by fighting at a more natural weight, I will be able to turn a corner in my martial arts career." In his debut at heavyweight, an undersized Sharp was forced to submit via an armbar in the first round against Kelly Matravers.


Despite the loss, Sharp picked up his first victory in the heavyweight division by beating former title contender Fatuma Roy by technical knockout. He was unable to keep that form up, though, as he lost to Junior Patinkin by split decision in June 2003. After his second loss at heavyweight, Sharp returned to the light heavyweight and made a successful start by knocking out Rupert Dreck in August.


Showing great resilience to fight out of a guillotine choke attempt, Sharp gained a measure of revenge for one of his career defeats by knocking out former champion Patrick Thomas in the third round. The punch also earned Sharp his second Knockout of the Night bonus.


Sharp was announced to face undefeated Brazilian wrestler Ranieri Fernanda at GAMMA 80. The winner of the fight will earn a shot at the GAMMA Light Heavyweight title.



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Lester Cole</p><p>

Nickname: "Made In America"</p><p>

Nationality: American</p><p>

Height: 6'3</p><p>

Weight: 255 lbs.</p><p>

Reach: 72 inches</p><p>

Style: Wrestling</p><p>

Stance: Orthodox</p><p>

Team: Dungeon LA</p><p>

Years active: 2002-present (altered start date)</p><p> </p><p>

One of the early favorites for the first ever Warrior Challenge tv show, the CCC's first attempt at mainstream audiences; featuring eight rookie heavyweights ready to make an impression. Immediately making a statement with a first round (4:43) TKO win over Jesus Benavides. He was set to fight Kakeru Takamatsu in the next bout, whom he also beat in the first round (3:27) via TKO, once again due to ground and pound. In the finals, he defeated accomplished Muay Thai fighter Bratko Trestek, who he quickly disposed of once again taking him down and pounding him into defeat. In his three bouts to win the show he was only in the cage for 11:37 no bout leaving the first round. He gained National status in just three bouts, becoming one of the most popular fighters the CCC had ever seen (Forrest Griffin effect anyone? <img alt=":p" data-src="//content.invisioncic.com/g322608/emoticons/tongue.png.ceb643b2956793497cef30b0e944be28.png" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" />) He is ranked #5 among all heavyweight fighters and is set to take on #10 ranked Guy Broom for his first official CCC PPV event at CCC 37 in February 2003</p>

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Four months late zackufc, but here we go:




After just one professional fight, the highly touted judo practitioner and kickboxer made his GAMMA debut at GAMMA 47 where he submitted Lloyd McAllister in the first round.


After that, Pizzaro regularly appeared in preliminary bouts as he defeated Nick Detroit and Melvin Custard before headlining GAMMA's shortlived G-Next 1. After finishing Ricardo McQueen in the very first round (and earning Knockout of the Night honours) and then veteran David Allen at GAMMA 61, Pizzaro appeared in the co-main event at GAMMA's first show on television station Arcadia.


There he earned a decisive victory over Alex Cole before edging a decision win over Japanese star Go Yamamoto at GAMMA Front Line: Kendall vs. Tracey. With his GAMMA record standing at 7-0, he made his pay-per-view debut in the co-main event of GAMMA 72 against ALPHA-1 veteran Datuk Ong Ka Ting.


Despite many backing the Japanese to win, Pizzaro dominated the match with superior wrestling to earn a shot at Sean Morrison's GAMMA Welterweight Title. But in the main event of GAMMA 76, Morrison rocked Pizzaro early with a right hand and finished him inside the first round to earn Knockout of the Night honours.


Pizzaro returned to MMA in 2004 with a dominant grappling display against Billy Russell. That victory saw him appear against Marlon John at GAMMA's first event in Brazil. Despite leading on all three judges' scorecards after two rounds 20-18, Pizzaro was dominated by John's powerful striking and brutal ground and pound in the third round. While he survived, all three judges declared the third round 10-8 in favour of John and the fight a draw.


The two had their rematch in March 2005 where Pizzaro this time submitted John in the second round after emphatically outgrappling him. GAMMA President Matt Tripp announced that the victory earned him another shot at the Welterweight Title. The fight is rumoured to take place in late 2005 against the winner of current champion Carlos da Guia and former champion David Allen.



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<blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-username="mariochives" data-cite="mariochives" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="28263" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>Datuk isn't japanese fighter <img alt=":)" data-src="//content.invisioncic.com/g322608/emoticons/smile.png.142cfa0a1cd2925c0463c1d00f499df2.png" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png"></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> Ahh he fought in Japan so long he earned a second nationality? <img alt=":p" data-src="//content.invisioncic.com/g322608/emoticons/tongue.png.ceb643b2956793497cef30b0e944be28.png" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png"></p><p> </p><p> Yep, I'll run with that.</p>
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Name: Brandon Visher

Nickname: The Viper

Height: 5'6"

Weight Class: Featherweight

Home: Wailuku, Hawaii

Style: Brawler

Record: 20-1

Fighting For: World Extreme Cagefighting


Pre-jsilv0 Era

Brandon Visher came to WEC with a TKO victory over Courtney Buck near the end of the first round. From there he suffered his only loss of his mma career at WEC 48 with a TKO loss to Tyler Toner midway through Round 1.


Road to the Title

Visher was placed into the co-main event of new WEC booker's jsilv0's very first show on, a WEC on Versus, against former UFC Lightweight Champion Jens Pulver. Visher was able to defeat Pulver by knockout with a vicious headkick just past the halfway mark of the 3rd round. Following dominant Unanimous Decision victories over Rolando Perez and Yves Jabouin at WEC 51 and 54 respectively Visher was selected for a title shot against reigning Featherweight champion Jose Aldo at WEC 57. Visher shocked the MMA world when a right hook dropped Aldo and Visher pounced on top throwing strikes until he was pulled of by the referee making him the new WEC Featherweight Champion.


WEC Featherweight Champion

Visher's first title defense was at WEC 60 against Chad Mendes. Visher used a series of strikes to pin Mendes to the cage until he was pulled away by the official stopping the fight less than a minute into the 2nd round. Next for Visher was a re-surgent Urijah Faber at WEC 63. Here Visher showed a new wrinkle in his game when he stuffed a takedown attempt by Faber and was able to secure side control and reign down strikes until the fight was stopped around the 2 minute mark of Round 2. The Viper's most recent defense came at WEC 66 against Raphael Assuncao in a fight that would seriously test the champion's ground skills after being dominated for much of round 1 Visher used strikes to keep the fight on the feet before dropping the challenger with a counter punch on a takedown attempt and then reigning down strikes until the match was stopped. Visher is expected to return at WEC 72 and defend his title again with a chance to avvenge his defeat to Tyler Toner.

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I created this awhile back when Scottie gave me the template. I always liked Helio but he struggled his first swing through TapOut (where I was the president at the time). However, he bounced back after a four-fight losing streak and wound up winning my lightweight title at BUSHIDO, which I opened after leaving TapOut.





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Name: 'The Flying V' Esteban Vega

Age: 29 years old (as of January 2010)

Height: 6'1

Weight Class: Middleweight

From: Guadalajara, Mexico

Style: Wing Chun

Pro Record: 23 - 9

  • 8 (T)KO Wins

  • 5 Submission Wins

Reputation: 100%

Performance: 63%

Name Value: High Level International (100.0%)

Employed By: GAMMA



Esteban Vega's early career didn't show any signs of future dominance. Coming to GAMMA with a 2 - 0 record, he was given two easy fights, before really putting him through some tests. First was rising star Ballard, who many say, Vega was feeded to. Next came Stuart Strange, whom Vega lost to. It seemed like he was another gatekeeper, while losing important fights, and winning less important for the next two years.


In late 2002, he started a rivalry with Pizzarro. The two were given a chance to break their losing streaks, and in GAMMA 70, Vega won by a decision. Nearly half a year later, a rematch was scheduled, which Pizzarro took by a knock out, evening the situation to 1 - 1. While Pizzarro went on to beat the Middleweight champion Petey Mack twice - to everyone's surprise -, Vega rebounded with important wins over Silva & De Vries. 12 months after their last encounter, they faced again, this time for the Middleweight championship.


After another knock out loss to Pizzarro, Vega took four straight decision victories over some of the finest midcard talent, and (technical) knocked out Ashley Ballard, who had made his return to GAMMA, and whom Vega had lost to earlier his career. While he had impressed many, 'The Flying V' needed a big win, and so he was put to the test by tossing Kafu Bunya to the cage with him. Four rounds after (a special 4 round match, usually 3 rounds. Don't ask me why), Bunya was standing tall in the middle of the cage.


The next chapter involved Adam White, who had utterly dominated the division, beating champion Pizzarro in September 2005, and Garner, Strange and Mack in 2006. With a rocket like rise to the top of the division, he was given an easy opponent, easy defence, in a television show. After the clocks stopped at 4:40 of round 4, it was Esteban Vega standing in the middle of the cage. With the championship belt.


After that said match up, came the 'Flying V dominance era'. As a way to eliminate fluke victories, he was given Petey Mack (who was, still, one of the leading figures in the division) as an opponent, giving Mack a chance to regain the Middleweight championship he once held. But like Milissis, the dominant Endo, Rossi (who was on a 10 fight winning streak in ALPHA, then came to GAMMA) and Buddy frickin' Garner, who is considered to be one of the most succesful Middleweights ever (3x GAMMA Middleweight champion, 3x Submission of the year, 2003 fighter of the year) who fell after him, Mack received a set of punishment like never before, with the referee having no choice but to end the fight.


In a way to close the circle so to speak, (since I intended to make this save to a database, stopping (playing) to January 2010) a rematch was scheduled for the September of 2009. Perhaps the biggest fight in GAMMA's history, Esteban Vega, the champion, on a six fight winning streak and with a record of 22 - 9, faced the challenger, former Middleweight champion Adam White, who was on a four fight winning streak, with a record of 20 - 7 prior to the fight.


Perhaps the best way to describe the reign of Vega is this fight. It only took him 6 minutes and 23 seconds to beat the number two fighter in his weight class, the number two fighter in the world. And so, this article comes to an end. But 'The Flying V's utter dominance wont.

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Shuler Eigenberg

Age: 29

Current Game Date: August 2006

Game Database: Fresh Start Complete (Heavily Edited)

Nickname: Scorching

Hometown: Isreal

Height: 6 ft 0 in

Weight: 170 lb

Style: Stalk & Launch

Team: J1 Circle

Years active: 2000-present

Current Employer: Grey Dog Fights

Reputation: 73%

Performance: 74%

Name Value: Mid Level International


The Middleweight Years: 2000 - 2003

Eigenberg began his career at 185 and started out hot. He began his career 6-0 with all KO's or TKO's so I went after him as soon as I started up GDF. I signed him and he won his first two fights with us by TKO before earning a title shot again Bill Brown. He lost to Brown by Submission (3:35) in the first round. He earned his way back up to another title shot by finishing his next four fights all by TKO or KO. This time he would face Fiyero Lermontov and he would lose once again in the frist round but this time by TKO with 14 seconds left in the round.


The Welterweight Years: 2004 - Present

The Middleweight division and the Welterweight division was good but didn't have lots of top contenders and Eigenberg knew that if he moved down to Welterweight it would take him less fights to get another title shot. So he did and in his first fight at Welterweight he fought Benny Danare and knocked him out cold early in the second round. That made him already a contender for the belt and with the #1 contender out with an injury he got his third GDF title shot. This time his luck would be no different as Phillip Ziskie made easy work of Eigenberg and submitted him late in the first round. Eigenberg knew it was going to take something special to get back in contention for the title with all the shots he was getting so in his next three fights against top contenders Alan Kendall, Alberto Basora, and Diego Arteta he did what nobody thought he could do and he knocked them all out cold and all in the second round. Coming into his last fight with GDF he was 16-3 with all 16 wins by KO or TKO and all three of his losses coming in the first round of GDF title fights. So I decided to give him another shot at the title, his fourth. This time he would face Marlon John and I really thought he had a shot but I was dead wrong as John beat him by TKO just 1 minute and 1 second into round 1.



Now I'm not Dana White and I'm not the type of guy to call people out too much but I think it's safe to say this guy chokes in big fights. ;)


Also, if you have a certain fighter you would like me to profile let me know.


Thanks! I'm really enjoying this thread.


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