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Eh i'm sure we've had one of these guys but I saw someone on the forums posting a screen like this without title fights.. Thought I'd share it here lol. 

This dude is probably my best champ in my saves 50 year history (1980-2030 currently.) 

I am gunning to beat my 80 year run I had previously. 


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Been playing the 1993 mma revamped mod and its been a decade in game and some cool things have happened. Chuck Lidell is double champ (HW and LHW) and is gonna face Kevin Randlemein at UFC 60. MW is dominated by Anderson Silva after he beat the former Middleweight goat Wanderlei Silva. Welterweight has been dominated by Luiz Fraga exclusively except for a freak loss to Matt Hughes who be then beat to regain his title in the trilogy. Marco Ruas beat Royce Gracie in the final of UFC 2 and since then has been a constop top 15 in the Heavyweight division. Randy Couture and Tito Ortiz got pushed way to early winning titles in 1999 I believe so they have just become top 10 in their respected divisions and struggled to regain momentum. Sadly Sakuraba never destroyed Royce Gracie. The biggest surprise to me was Oleg Taktarov I becoming the goat. 4 defneces of the superfight title (openweight title around in the tournament days) and 4 defences of the Heavyweight Title. Elsewhere Pride have Vitor Belfort just dominating the likes of Ken shamrock, ice cold Igor and big nog. 

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I'm playing as SIGMA. Going a bit slowly because I don't play that much. I started at the date February 2002 and I'm only in April 2004 now. Still working to increase my popularity. Right now I have mid-level regional popularity in Europe but only low level regional popularity in the UK. My company stability took a big hit to 40% because I scheduled a show and then a later show, and forgot that I did not have enough fights for the first show. So, I canceled it. 

Does anybody else re-start their game? I will admit that I'm not very good at WMMA5, even though I enjoy the game. Strange: I'm not much of a MMA fan, but this game is very well done.

I'm thinking about re-starting because I want to be able to sign exclusive contracts, and SIGMA as is just can't do that. I'm tired of losing my fighters to other companies.

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Playing as GAMMA in the base mod and have just made it to the beginning of 2011, here are my champions/championship histories:



Previous Super Heavyweight Champions:

  • George Pickering (0 Defences)
  • Kel Ryan (2 Successful Defence against Irwin Middleton & Teddy Glossop)
  • Davey Rushton #2 (3 Successful Defences against Daugvinas Blekaitis, Den Bickersteth & Matas Fialkowska)
  • Kel Ryan #2 (0 Successful Defences)
  • Colin J L Capes (1 Successful Defence against Teddy Glossop)
  • Kel Ryan #3 (O Successful Defences)

Current Champion: Renato 20-3 (2 Successful Defences against Teddy Glossop & Hunter Matuszak)




Previous Heavyweight Champions:

  • James Foster (9 Successful Defences, One in game V Tony McCall)
  • Rav Kapur (0 Defences)
  • James Foster #2 (1 Defence V Tim Boyer)
  • Rav Kapur #2 (1 Deffence V Aleksander Ivanov)
  • Lars-Gunnar Ekberg (5 Defences V Spencer Rubenstein, Sly Twinge, Pai Cheng, Lawrence Herringbone & Aleksander Ivanov)
  • Morgan Wakarewarewa (1 Defence V Sly Twinge (draw))

Current Champion: Lars-Gunnar Ekberg #2 22-1 (1 Defence V Lefter Oktay)




Previous Light Heavyweight Champions:

  • Mike Watson (0 Defences)
  • Nilton Fantoni (0 Defences)
  • Anthony LeToussier (4 Defences V Marlon John, Terry Catt, Buddy Garner & Mike Watson)
  • Zvonimir Asanovic (1 Defence V Patrick Thomas)
  • Mike Watson #2 (1 Defence V Asanovic)
  • Nilton Fantoni #2 (1 Defence V Marlon John)
  • Zvonimir Asanovic #2 (1 Defence V Patrick Thomas)
  • Isaiah Monroe (1 Defence V Mike Watson)
  • Allen LeFleur (0 Defences)

Current Champion: Vacant (LeFleur long term injury)

Honestly, LeToussier was one of my favourite title runs in the save. I didn't anticipate him winning, let alone successfully defending so much!




Previous Middleweight Champions:

  • Matthew Dean (13 Defences, Four in game V Tora Mizwar, Braulio Moura, Sutton Ripley & JJ Reid)
  • Braulio Moura (7 Defences V Neil Napier, Petey Mack, Esteban Vega, Adam White, Bobby Brubaker, Sutton Ripley & Manuel Silva)
  • Adam White (1 Defence V Paul Goodfellow)

Current Champion: Tom Essy 18-1 (0 Defences)




Previous Welterweight Champions:

  • Julio Regueiro (0 Defences)
  • Manuel Silva (3 Defences V Bobby Brubaker, Gabriel Gallego & Nathan Chambers)
  • Diego Arteta (0 Defences)
  • Evan Gardner (1 Defence V Nathan Chambers)
  • Manuel Silva #2 (0 Defences)

Current Champion: Diego Arteta #2 23-1 (7 Defences V Jack Humphreys, Evan Gardner x2, Nathan Chambers, Garth Neill, Truck Gleeson & Fukusaburu Hirano)

Arteta is probably my most dominant champion right now, besides maybe Banner, and has finished everyone in all eight of his title matches in this reign!




Previous Lightweight Champions:

  • Jake Keane (0 Defences)
  • Fiyero Lermontov (1 Defence V Helio)
  • Georges Nouri (0 Defences)
  • Helio (0 Defences)
  • Seth O'Breen (2 Defences V Fiyero Lermontov & Philip Ziskie)
  • Atep of Indonesia (1 Defence V Chan Kim Hat)
  • Seth O'Breen #2 (0 Defences)
  • Helio #2 (1 Defence V Harold Hubner)

Current Champion: Chan Kim Huat 18-3 (2 Defences V Ronald Liu* & Atep of Indonesia)

Ronald Liu is one of my favourite generated players so far, still hoping for him to win the title!




Previous Featherweight Champions:

  • Jason Dalglish (0 Defences)
  • Rafael Tavares (1 Defence V Marco Bernacci)
  • Ward Maloprop (0 Defences)

Current Champion: Lamont Banner 29-0 (7 Defences V Heiko Pander x2, Marco Bernacci, Bosco Curbeam x2, Hugo Cruz & Rafael Tavares)

Belt was introduced in December 2005 with Dalglish beating Cruz in the finals of the reality show. Banner is just above and beyond everyone else currently, though his most recent defence V Curbed was a decision, whereas all his previous title fights were finishes.




Previous Bantamweight Champions:

  • Shoin Chiba (0 Defences)

Current Champion: Kawin Kayem 18-5 (2 Defences V Jez Worplesdon & Britt Dickering)

Belt was first brought in in October 2009.



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I'm currently in Feb 2008 of my BCF save which started in Jan 2002. My roster has improved a lot over the last 6 years and my last event pushed me to high level international popularity, I think we were mid-regional at the start of the game. Title history below.



- Carter Potter (5 defences vs Stafford Alois, Vic Millican, Mark Bicknell, Fritz Phipps & Aleksander Ivanov)

- Matthew Michael Kirby (0 defences) (also held the LHW title at this time)

- Rav Kapur (2 defences vs Aleksander Ivanov & Souleymane Ya Konan)

- Murilo Satinho (0 defences)

Lars-Gunnar Ekberg (current champ) (4 defences vs Matas Fialkowska, Morgan Wakarewarewa, Kanezane Fujii & Nilton Fantoni)

Kanezane Fujii (interim) (won the interim title on short notice against a debuting Hassan Fezzik as Ekberg got injured for a year a few weeks before he was supposed to fight Fezzik at BCF 100) (yet to defend/unify, next challenger TBD)


Light Heavyweight

- Lenny McFadden (0 defences)

- Tikhon Diev (1 defence vs Garry McSweegan)

- Matthew Michael Kirby (0 defences) (won the HW title while holding the LHW belt)

- Crow Leddy (1 defence) (won the interim title vs Curt Kitson, then beat Matthew Michael Kirby to become undisputed champ)

- Rafael van der Moot (2 defences vs Mike Watson & Matthew Michael Kirby)

- Nilton Fantoni (1 defence vs Crow Leddy) (unsuccessfully challenged Lars-Gunnar Ekberg for the HW title while LHW champ)

- Jericho Stewart (current champ) (yet to defend, next challenger TBD)



- Rob Baines (4 defences vs Hans-Peter Schneider, Henning Olsen, Ginger Beaumont & Ram Phookan)

- Charlie Oakley (2 defences vs. Rob Baines & Ollie Castle)

- Bill Brown (0 defences)

- Adam White (1 defence vs Heath Kaladaris)

- Isaiah Monroe (0 defences)

Tadao Miyazaki (current champ) (2 defences vs Carlos da Guia & Neil Napier, next defence vs Ramon da Silva Ramos)



- David Webb (3 defences vs Steven Griffin, Mills Mullally & Vikram Sithalayan)

- Evgeni Medtner (1 defence vs Will Kane)

- Martin Cupples (0 defences)

- Noach van der Cappellen (1 defence vs Evgeni Medtner)

- Evan Gardner (0 defences)

- Noach van der Capellen (0 defences)

- Martin Cupples (0 defences)

Gideon Navarro (current champ) (yet to defend, next challenger winner of Elvis Milissis vs Manuel Silva title eliminator)



- Doug Hansen (2 defences vs Gordon Idle & Tim Oldacres)

- Luis Basora (4 defences vs Rupert Lennox, Georges Nouri, Jake Keane & Fiyero Lermontov)

- Sukarno (3 defences vs Luis Basora, Lubos Plasil & Luis Basora again)

Helio (current champ) (2 defences vs Manoel Cabral & Seth O'Breen, next challenger TBD by winner of Lightweight tournament)



- Snorri Gunnarsson (0 defences)

- David James Diggle (0 defences)

- Snorri Gunnarsson (1 defence vs Marco Bernacci)

- Atep of Indonesia (0 defences)

- Yagi Jokichi (4 defences vs Tomohiro Takeuchi, Rafael Tavares, Hans Christian Bloch & Lamont Banner)

Markus Waller (current champ) (yet to defend, next defence vs Yagi Jokichi in a rematch)

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Rav Kapur inexplicably loses to James Foster, despite having the man dead to rights after flooring him with a nasty body shot which has been a knock out blow any other time in this game.  It was only a matter of ground and pounding him to get the win.  Instead the game tells me that doesn't happen and James Foster wins with a rear naked choke, despite being practically unconscious mere moments earlier.  Victories like this really kill my suspension of disbelief.  I feel wins like this ought to tank my fed's credibility and scandals regarding fight fixing and whatnot. 

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I started a save unemployed and created my own company, Phoenix Mixed Martial Arts, located in, well, Phoenix, Arizona, but named after the bird. I'm currently two years in, finally reaching High-Level Regional, allowing me to tie down fighters and not dealing with GAMMA, Alpha-1, Omega, XCC & WFF poaching my talent. I have a fine roster, but many of them are not popular enough for High-Level. I started without any championships, as I did not want my champions poached and having to crown a new champion all the time. 

One thing I find too easy though, is hiring foreign talent. I can only sign fighters based in Canada, the USA and Mexico, but a simple "You should move base" is enough to sign them. Should be harder to convince talent to just leave their home and move base. 

Also, can only sign women below 30, 'cause everyone over 30 seem to retire after a fight. I keep signing new fighters for my women's divisions, 'cause everyone retires once they hit 30. 

I have also made a few rules to make the save a little more challenging and hopefully more fun:

Three losses in a row, results in a release from the company
The fighter can be re-signed later if he or she does well for another company or at local shows. 

If you lose a title fight, you must win three consecutive fights to get into contention again (Even if you are 2nd in the rankings). Likewise, there are no immediate rematches if the champion loses the title. The former champion must win three in a row as well to get into contention again (Even if he remains 2nd in the rankings)

No title fight on your debut. (Even if you go straight into #1 or #2 in the rankings)

Anyways, I won Company of the Year 2003, which was a nice little surprise. My top guys are fighters I've built up from the start, combined with GAMMA's releases. 

My champions look the following:

Super Heavyweight: Matas Fialkawska ( 0 defences)

Heavyweight; Chuck Dooley ( 0 defences)

Light Heavyweight: Lawrence Herringbone ( 0 defences)

Middleweight: Vacant 

Welterweight: Jack Humphries ( 0 defences)

Lightweight: Vacant

Featherweight: Alejandro Laguera ( 0 defences)

Bantamweight: D'Arcy Spode ( 0 defences)

Women's Featherweight:  Vacant

Women's Bantamweight: Katy-Jayne Paulson ( 0 defences)

Women's Flyweight: Daljit Samir ( 0 defences)



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Playing with BCF, and im in 2007 with a expanded C-Verse. BCF have overtaken both GAMMA and ALPHA-1 as the premier MMA organisation in the world with a High Level International name value.



- Stafford Alois (3 defences vs Carter Potter, Eddie Whelan, Perry Barr before losing to Rav Kapur. Earned another title shot later but lost to Carter Potter)

- Rav Kapur (1 defence vs Percy Catcher) Was stripepd when leaving the company

- Carter Potter (Won vs. Eddie Whelan, and had 6 defences vs. Stafford Alois, Vic Milligan, Grzegorz Boniek, Aleksander Ivanov, Elzo Alves Moura and Aleksander Ivanov again. Held the title for just over 4 years. Was clearly one of my biggest early stars, and is already inducted into my Hall of Fame. Has only lost since his title loss to Cabal. 6th straight losses but he has earned his continued paycheck until retirement)

- Terror Cabal(1 defences Morgan Wakarewarewa)

Maxim Emelianenko (current champ) (2 defences vs Lee Perrins aand Murilo Satinho)


Light Heavyweight

- George Laurent (0 defences)

- Curt Kitson (5 Defences, Stripped after leaving)

- Lenny McFadden (1 defences)

- Niko Soldo(7 defences vs Danko Jelavic, Eddie Whelan, Tikhon Diev, Valentin Taneyev, Matthew Michael Kirby, Mike Watson, Affonso Villar) – 2 decisions, rest of his defences were brutal TKOs or KOs

- Marlon John(1 defence)

- Valentin Taneyev(0 defences)

- Matthew Michael Kirby(1 defence)

- Marlon John(2)(0 defences)

- Affonso Villar(Current Champ)(Yet to defend)




-Davis Spyrou(2 defences)

- Ram Phookan(0 defences)

- Davis Spyrou(2)(0 defences)

- Rob Baines (3 defences)

- Thorbjorn Rekdal(0 defences)

- Joaquim Fontes(0 defences)

- Patrick Thomas(3 defences)

- Tadao Miyazaki(0 defences)

Emile Rachal (1 defence made)



- David Webb (1 defence)

- Will Kane (4 defences)

- Mills Mullally(0 defences)

- David Webb(2)(4 defences)

- Will Kane(2)(1 defence)

- Hakaku Ogawa(7 defences vs Dominykas Jankovic, David Webb, Chew Chua, Noach Van Der Capellen, Bobby Brubaker, Evan Pizzarro, Chew Chua again – A very dominant champion who held the title from December 2004 to July 2007, and who was straight up robbed during his title fight vs. Manual Silva on American soil. Ended up losing with a 48-47 judgements to Silva from two judges and a 50-45 to Ogawa from the last one.

 Ogawa took Silva down at will, attempted several submissions while Silva tried a lot of submissions from his back in the later rounds without ever really putting a scare in Ogawa. Rematch will be set up soon

After winning the title vs. Kane by decision, Ogawa went on to finish every single defence by submission. 4 of them in the 1st round.

- Manual Silva(Yet to defend)



-Jake Keane(4 defences, stripped when leaving)

- Seth O’Breen(1 Defence)

- Doug Hansen(2 defences)

- Luis Basora(0 defences)

- Lukas Mellberg(0 defences)

- Atep of Indonesia (6 defences Sukarno, Jake Keane, Patrick Pedersen, Fiyero Lermontov, Tim Oldacres, and Datuk Ong Ka Ting)

Lamont Banner(Yet to defend) (Won the title after winning vs long time champion Atep of Indonesia. He won the title, just prior to BCF adding a FW division which is Banners natural weight. Might take a run  for a dual title at some point)



- Yoshiro Makamori – 1st champion, which he won in a one night FW Grand Prix with wins vs. Chan Wan Wah, Colm Dee and finally Hans Christian Bloch




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I don't really want to do much of a post, but this record and "comeback" of April Watson is just amazing in my WEFF. Finally becoming the champion that she was promised, only to fall in her first defense. But it wasn't just any TKO, like in her description, Rives broke her Jaw as well. Just loved this as an emergent story, that when she gets Knocked Out, her Jaw shatters.

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Taken over Bellator just before the PFL purchase and am trying to keep them afloat and have them rise up and compete against the likes of ONE, PFL etc. 

About a year in and in general have made a profit, but each month can vary between a loss and a profit. Have to be really careful with the cost of the cards and how much I pay to new signings. PFL have had big problems somehow, despite their large budget, so without really trying I've managed to overtake them, whilst ONE have been putting on some great events and are the number 2 company. 

I've really focused on fighters under 30 to sign. Mainly due to them being cheap, but having the longevity and potential to develop. 

Champions wise, there have been some surprise changes. Pico beat Freire for the Featherweight Belt, and Sergio Pettis lost to Danny Sabatello for the Bantamweight belt in a big shock. Amasov failed a drugs test, so a returning MVP is facing Douglas Lima in a grudge match for the interim-welterweight title. 

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My current WEFF Bantamweight Champion Bo-Bae Chung has one weapon and she isn't subtle about it.

She also has the Bottler Trait, so that explains her only loss. And the submission win was over another "Populate Fighter" who has the world class kickboxing background and hence everyone took her down at the beginning of her career. Goto went from 3-0 pre-generated to 3-4 and now is 11-4 as her Takedown Defense gotten better.

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3 hours ago, ChristopherMino said:

My current WEFF Bantamweight Champion Bo-Bae Chung has one weapon and she isn't subtle about it.

She also has the Bottler Trait, so that explains her only loss. And the submission win was over another "Populate Fighter" who has the world class kickboxing background and hence everyone took her down at the beginning of her career. Goto went from 3-0 pre-generated to 3-4 and now is 11-4 as her Takedown Defense gotten better.

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Got yourself a female Cro-Cop haha. 

I’m in BCF Jan 2009, Heavyweight champ is Lars-Gunnar Ekberg, he’s beaten pretty much everyone so might have to bring a LHW up for his next defence. Got injured for a year mid-reign so Kanezane Fujii won and defended the interim belt, but got shut out by Ekberg to a 50-45 in the undisputed fight.

Light Heavyweight champ is Van Der Moot, in his second reign. He lost the belt to Fantoni, who lost it to Jericho Stewart, who Van Der Moot beat to regain it. He just defended against Joshua Hope. It’ll probably be Fabian Schar next, who is on a 5 fight winning streak. 

Middleweight champ is Tadao Miyazaki, he’s got about 5 defences to his name, although his last one was a controversial decision over Welterweight Gideon Navarro, who took the fight on a weeks notice. Next is the 18-0 Esteban Vega


Welterweight champ is Elvis Milissis, a former struggling lightweight who was 0-2 in the company, he asked to move up & has won every fight since. He beat Navarro for the belt & has one defence against Manuel Silva. Next will either be Ollie Castle, or the winner of Martin Cupples vs Danny Rowan, depending on who fits the schedule for when Milissis is available.


Lightweight champ is a Russian generated fighter with a long name, Nikiforovov or something, he just beat Helio for the belt.


Featherweight champ is Makamori, he just beat Markus Waller for the belt, who dethroned long time champion Yagi Jokichi. Alejandro Laguera is next up. 




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I love reading these reports. Especially as I watch all main cards during my playthrough. So I am deeply aware what is happening with any other company. So it is fun to see that for example Esteban Vega is an 18-0 top guy in your game, but in my WEFF save he is a 15-4 who has been going win to loss to win since 2003(I am in Mid 2007).


Ekberg for example is 17-4 and while he became GAMMA Champion, this is only because Rav Kapur took a break. So he fought James Foster, who took the vacant belt again and took it. But he lost in his first defense to Nate MacReary and now lost to a generated Mexican Judoka.

Elvis Milissis is 11-8. 3-6 in actual companies, since game start.

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I'm about 9 months into my save, with my own promotion and OMEGA just opened. 
Yeah, they've approached pretty much my entire roster. It sucks that I'm 15% away from offering exclusive contracts and I'm growing really slowly. Oh well, gotta take the bad with the good I suppose. 


Luckily for me, I like to book my shows a minimum of 6 months in advance, so any shared fighter, they can't really book until after six months and the fighter's recuperation and all that. 


Although I do have this annoying "problem" where none of my champions seem to be able to get through their first title defense... I'd say 80% of my champs, lose the title in their first defense. 

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