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In my 2015 game, Tito Ortiz goes on a 3-fight winning streak with Bellator, then announces his retirement. The exact same day he retires, I talk to him about it and he un-retires. Best thing about that, he was under an exclusive contract with Bellator for two more fights, but now, the UFC will bring him back :)


Haha that's brilliant! :D

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Using my Global-Verse mod, I am approaching my third show in September of 1989.


In our first show we held a four man tournament between Jack Cobblepot, Frank Analysis, James Foster and Mark Cohen. The finals would see James Foster book his place by grounding and pounding Frank Analysis and Cobblebot outlasted a game, but undersized, Mark Cohen. In the final itself, Foster struggled initially to take the imposing Cobblepot down. With persistence and technique on his side, Foster was able to eventually win what is now becoming known as his signature ground and pound.


In other notable fights, Kurt Stonge survived an early blitz from Rick Stanley before taking him down and submitting him in the second and Jeff Carlton brutalised his way through Milton Harvey in short order.

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<p>(Rd 1 - 05:00) Next up, Lubos 'The Experiment' Plasil against H. M. Menzel.</p><p>

(Rd 1 - 05:00) The referee is Kyle Crisp.</p><p>

(Rd 1 - 05:00) The judges for this bout are: Christina Shaw, Benjamin Milligan III, and Reginald Wodehouse.</p><p>

(Rd 1 - 05:00) And here we go!</p><p>

(Rd 1 - 04:46) Menzel shoots in hard and fast on Plasil.</p><p>

(Rd 1 - 04:46) The takedown is completed, Plasil is on his back and pulls guard.</p><p>

(Rd 1 - 04:46) Showing great awareness, Plasil got a guillotine off the takedown and now threatens to choke out Menzel!</p><p>

(Rd 1 - 04:33) Plasil cleverly flips Menzel over and brilliantly transitions to a cobra choke!</p><p>

(Rd 1 - 04:33) Menzel has nowhere to go and has to tap out!</p><p>

(Rd 1 - 04:15) Lubos 'The Experiment' Plasil takes the win by submission!</p><p>

(Rd 1 - 04:15) Official Result: Lubos 'The Experiment' Plasil defeats H. M. Menzel (Submission (Cobra Choke) in 0:45 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Good.</p><p> </p><p>

that's cool</p>

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Was clicking on different companies in my game. I saw that the LHW belt was vacant over in Alpha1. I dug a little deeper and apparently, Jin Katou's regular use of prostitutes was exposed. He was immediately fired by the AI...

I wonder how much credibility damage I would incur if I signed him to GAMMA.

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<p>James Foster has been on a three fight skid and I don't know what to do with him.</p><p> </p><p>

He lost the title to Kapur. He lost introducing the newly signed Sarkisian. He then lost to up and comer Lars-Gunnar Ekberg.</p><p> </p><p>

He won't drop or move up in weight, so what's the next move?</p><p> </p><p>

Also, Lettousier keeps challenging Rubenstein despite being 0-3. Should I just ignore it, or what's a creative way to make sense of the fight?</p>

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<p>Nothing yet, been creating the original crop of fighters for the 1981 database I'm working on, the auto generate feature is bloody lovely, had to take off random spread after 20 or so fighters as I was starting to get more and more grapplers at the national and world level and I already have a good 80/20 strikers/grapplers of fighters at those levels so I'm just generating poor ones to fill the brawlers quota, have about 60 now, looking to get to 120 with 80+ available from start and the rest and some of the more talented fighters debuting between 82 and 87 before the C-Verse fighters start really populating the world.</p><p> </p><p>

Been going through every fighters stats and giving them attributes so they stop behaving like they did when I was testing the first few, giving a lot of people ground and pound to limit the large amount of failed sub attempts by strikers who knocked people down and tried to make them submit instead of finishing them off, running people through the quick match feature is showing that its starting to work as intended. Ground and Pound, No Submissions and No Kicks are an absolute godsend. </p><p> </p><p>

Haven't even touched the default database yet but when I do you can be rest assured an attribute overhaul is going to be coming about a month after I start, no fighter will remain untouched.</p><p> </p><p>

Hopefully the new CVE comes soon since I use a lot of its content as a base, if the new fighters don't come as a pack to merge I'll have some work separating them out just for my own personal reasons of making everything I make as modular as possible and be balanced. </p><p> </p><p>

Oh and one last thing, Unlimited Auto Advance is going to cut our testing time in half when trying to balance the AI over time.</p>

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Just a little update on my game. Currently midway through 2009 for my created promotion MFC (Matt FC).


My champions and top 5 contenders for each division:



Champ: Murilo Satinho (27-1 MMA) (10-1 MFC)

1) Rafael Van Der Moot (34-6 MMA) (17-5 MFC)

2) Morgan Wakarewarewa (21-5 MMA) (14-5 MFC)

3) Kanezane Fujii (20-4 MMA) (8-3 MFC)

4) Aleksandar Ivanov (31-9 MMA) (20-8 MFC)

5) Zachary Nobell (19-5 MMA) (11-4 MFC)


Light Heavyweight

Champ: Valentin Tanayev (27-0 MMA) (12-0 MFC)

1) Danny Akabaro (23-7 MMA) (12-5 MFC)

2) Deechawat Pratoomwong (19-7 MMA) (15-7 MFC)

3) Matthew Michael Kirkby (21-7 MMA) (10-5 MFC)

4) Allen LeFleur (21-5 MMA) (14-5 MFC)

5) Lars-Gunnar Ekberg (25-7 MMA) (14-6 MFC)



Champ: Heath Kaladaris (25-4 MMA) (18-3 MFC)

1) Astutane Akera (20-4 MMA) (3-0 MFC)

2) Ramon Da Silva Ramos (20-5 MMA) (7-3 MFC)

3) Toshiaki Ukiyo (18-7 MMA) (13-6 MFC)

4) Kadonomaro Deguchi (18-4 MMA) (13-4 MFC)

5) Bill Brown (26-7 MMA) (18-7 MFC)



Champ: Evan Pizzarro (30-5 MMA) (23-5 MFC)

1) Evan Gardner (30-4 MMA) (21-4 MFC)

2) Eiji Masuko (20-7 MMA) (11-5 MFC)

3) Shaun Dico (25-8 MMA) (18-8 MFC)

4) Jayden Karp (19-6 MMA) (9-6 MFC)

5) Brian O'Flaherty (14-7 MMA) (10-7 MFC)



Champ: Carl Chenoweth (19-2 MMA) (8-2 MFC)

1) Tarcisio Dantas (22-2 MMA) (12-2 MFC)

2) Shusui Ikoma (18-5 MMA) (13-5 MFC)

3) Chan Kim Huat (24-8 MMA) (19-7 MFC)

4) Yoshinori Morishita (16-5 MMA) (9-5 MFC)

5) Hatsu Nishijima (22-9 MMA) (18-9 MFC)



Champ: Lamont Banner (25-2 MMA) (17-2 MFC)

1) Hans Christian Bloch (23-6 MMA) (16-5 MFC)

2) Hideki Pander (21-6 MMA) (12-4 MFC)

3) Ward Maloprop (17-5 MMA) (3-0 MFC)

4) Yagi Jokichi (27-6 MMA) (13-5 MFC)

5) Alejandro Laguera (19-5 MMA) (8-4 MFC



Champ: Lito Alcala (23-4 MMA) (18-3 MFC)

1) Ronaldo Freitas (22-11 MMA) (18-11 MFC)

2) Brian Claremont (27-6 MMA) (7-3 MFC

3) Kawin Kayem (20-9 MMA) (14-8 MFC)

4) Ikeda Kenkichio (19-5 MMA) (14-4 MFC)

5) John Hatter (15-7 MMA) (10-7 MFC)



Some of my champions are long term champions...


LHW Champion Valentin Tanayev (27-0) has 7 title defenses

MW Champion Heath Kaladaris (18-3) has 5 title defenses

FW Champion Lamont Banner (25-2) has 9 title defenses (over 2 different reigns)

BW Champion Lito Alcala (23-4) has 4 title defenses

HW Champion Murilo Satinho has 3 title defenses


At Welterweight the title has changed hands between Evan Pizzarro (30-5) and Evan Gardner (30-4) for the past 6 years. They have fought 8 times in this time and are tied at 4-4. Nobody else can seem to get close to either of these.

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<p>Let's see if I can do a quick breakdown..</p><p> </p><p>

Jeff Carlton carried the Super Heavyweight division for almost three years before being dethroned by Kel Ryan and retiring and being inducted into the HOF.</p><p> </p><p>

James Foster has been spiraling down hill after losing the title to Rav Kapur with loses to Sarkisian, Ekberg, Fujii and most recently breaking his jaw against Lee Chavis. Rav Kapur has been a dominant champion with wins over Boyer x2, Ivanov, Fujii and Ekberg.</p><p> </p><p>

Mike Watson lost the belt to Anthony Lettousier who had a video leak showing he is a ****. He ended up losing to Cyborg Villar who lost to the reality show winner Jericho Stewart. Tony Sorkin never found his groove and Ken Peters just happens to beat everyone he shouldn't as well as lose to everyone he shouldn't lose to. Peters currently is on a four fight win streak with wins over Niko Sold, Nicolai Mickiewicz, Jon Silvers and Wink Deschanel.</p><p> </p><p>

Matthew Dean was same old Matthew Dean until he went on hiatus. Braulio Moura took over as interim champion. When the unification fight happened almost two years later. Dean reclaimed his title. Adam White eventually dethroned him, but his reign didn't last long as Ramon de Silva Ramos snatched the belt. </p><p> </p><p>

Julio Reguerio was able to defend the belt with ease four times, before Manuel Silva got his rematch and took over as champ. He currently sits on the throne waiting for a Challenger to come out of the division with Reguerio, Garner, Arteta and the recently signed Noach Van Der Caprllen vying for the spot.</p><p> </p><p>

Fiyero Lermontov defeated Jake Keane. Lost to Helio. Helio lost to Bud Brockett Brockett is getting set to defend against Benny Danare, while Carl Chenoweth waits for the winner after Knocking out both Keane and Lermontov.</p><p> </p><p>

Lamont Banner is 9-0. That is all.</p><p> </p><p>

Li Kong Ho had dropped down to bantamweight. As he looks to give the division an identity. Markus Waller is currently the champion of a weak division.</p><p> </p><p>

Random notes.. I dropped Gallego to lightweight after a loss. He won two and then went on hiatus. When he returned it was at Welterweight and lost a gimme fight. I dropped him back to light weight and he won, but tested positive for roids. He beat the test in court and was unsuspended. He won his next fight, but again tested positive.</p><p> </p><p>

Helio went to prison for a year.</p><p>

Anthony Lettousier is a **** and he and Spencer Rubenstein want to kill each other and Rubenstein falls him out every other day, but since he is 3-0 against him. The fight won't go through.</p>

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<p>Made it to 2003 finally, if only work could stop getting in the way of play time =p. </p><p> </p><p>

<strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">GAMMA</span></strong></p><p>

Decided to ax the SHW division, moving anyone who could make HW down and cutting the rest. We also started our first TV show, GAMMA Fight night, in November as a special post-Thanksgiving thing featuring Adam White vs Buddy Garner. The success of that lead to the decision to run more shows, starting with the New Years special in January. Also COTT will redebut in January, featuring Featherweights to jump start the new GAMMA division. Ziskie and "Lobo" Laguera will serve as coaches and fight for the belt at the finale. </p><p> </p><p>

<span style="text-decoration:underline;"><em>HEAVYWEIGHT</em></span></p><p>

Foster remains the champion, beating Tim Boyer by RNC at GAMMA 59 in front of the home town crowd. He'll be facing George Pickering at GAMMA 64 for likely another win, but I felt like Pickering deserved a shot being the former SHW champion. Souleymane Ya Konan sits at #6 with 2 wins so far, and Sharp is rebounding his career with 2 wins against carefully picked opponents. Ekberg and Rimando are going to co-main a Fight Night despite being unranked after their war of words hit Nuclear heat.</p><p> </p><p>

<em><span style="text-decoration:underline;">LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT</span></em></p><p>

Rubenstein made his first title defense in July, knocking LeToussier out with a knee at GAMMA 56. Following which Rubenstein decided to go on hiatus (thanks, buddy!). Which lead to Marlon John vs Fantoni fight at 61 for the Interim title. Fantoni got the win with a 1st round armbar and I took a -12 credibility hit for letting him fight for the title but what can you do =p. De Vries finally got a win, beating Strange, and jumped to #7. Slowly working William Harrison up, and was trying to move Sorkin up before he got popped for drugs in November after beating Pedro Sousa. </p><p> </p><p>

<span style="text-decoration:underline;"><em>MIDDLEWEIGHT</em></span></p><p>

It's the Dean show as usual, having beat Mizwar at GAMMA 58 by TKO. He'll get Moura in a rematch at GAMMA 63. Adam White is working on making his case for being my Garner, so far beating Garner and Ballard but dropping to Dean. Darling got popped for drugs in June, because he also hates me. Everyone else either hasn't more than 1 fight in 2002, or is deathly afraid of win streaks. Oh and Garner is 0-2 losing to White and Mizwar so far. </p><p> </p><p>

<span style="text-decoration:underline;"><em>WELTERWEIGHT</em></span></p><p>

Who is this Darin Blood dude? Blood took on Regueiro in August (GAMMA 57), in the I needed someone to contend fight, and ended up winning with a 1st round TKO. He'll have his first defense against Silva at GAMMA 62 in February. Gallego has won two straight, knocking out Henson and Sipatov, with Crumb potentially next on the list. Stephens still trying to find a win, and otherwise not a lot of movement yet. Hopefully by next year some of the young guys start shining. </p><p> </p><p>

<em><span style="text-decoration:underline;">LIGHTWEIGHT</span></em></p><p>

Helio was scheduled to make his first defense of the title at GAMMA 60, against a resurging Gleeson, but Gleeson missed weight. Instead Helio finished him with a 1st round KO in a non-title match. Keane in his rebound fight managed to somehow get manhandled and eventually beat by Bud Brockett. Trying to get Morrison built up a little bit to make one last shot at the title but he's a PITA to book. Other than Helio and Brockett it's just the slow build of some former XCC guys and younger guys. </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>


My testing ground =p, tried seeing how running the major shows on a subscription channel would go, it works but the money is eh, so switching back to PPV in January. Outside of that, ALPHA-1 also started up their TV show, currently called ALPHA-1 TV, with the first card set for January. The plan is it'll change to ALPHA-1 Premier and be a Televised PPV basically. Warriors is also slated to run it's first card in March, which is a lesser show focused on Welterweight and below. </p><p> </p><p>

<span style="text-decoration:underline;">SUPER HEAVYWEIGHT</span></p><p>

Not a lot here, Lette was going to defend on ALPHA-1 TV but he doesn't want to fight anyone so it's just trying to build up name values til we get some guys for him to fight. </p><p> </p><p>

<span style="text-decoration:underline;">HEAVYWEIGHT</span></p><p>

It's the Fezzik show as usual, after he beat Cabal in their 3rd match, with a 1st round Kimura. Otherwise, it's not much going on here either. Most guys have had a whole 1 fight last year so working on getting some names built up. Archer will be facing Fezzik next after beating Fujimoto in June, and likely Arai will get the winner of that if he avoids defeat to Cabal. </p><p> </p><p>

<span style="text-decoration:underline;">LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT</span></p><p>

After winning the title in May, Asanovic made his first defense in November beating Van De Moot with a UD. He'll likely face Villar next who KO'd Soldo in their match-up in September. Elsewhere Sho Kit lost to Aldez...somehow, and trying to build some name value up for Taneyev. Going to try to get one more fight for Yamada and if he wins that, he'll likely get the winner of Asanovic/Villar. </p><p> </p><p>

<span style="text-decoration:underline;">MIDDLEWEIGHT</span></p><p>

da Guia managed to be Endo by UD in August to take the middleweight title. He'll get Yamashita in March, probably the last shot for Yamashita. Taffarel will likely get the winner of that match, after he beat Roby by UD and has built his name value to a decent level. Fjodor managed to lose to Miyazaki, putting him at 0-2 with ALPHA-1 so far. </p><p> </p><p>

<span style="text-decoration:underline;">WELTERWEIGHT</span></p><p>

Noach got hurt like 2 days before his title fight, leading to a stinker of a card and moving his fight against Funaki back. Now Funaki will face Tan in February to crown the interim champion. Nothing else exciting to talk about, so we won't =p.</p><p> </p><p>

<span style="text-decoration:underline;">LIGHTWEIGHT</span></p><p>

Sukarno knocked out Hamacho to defend the lightweight title, and will face Atep in April in their rematch (after Atep beat Ong Ka Ting). Go Yamamoto is back and will likely face Hamacho in March on the first Warriors card. Anzai is slowly climbing with 2 wins so far, and sits at #7. Plan is to have either Go Yamamoto or Fumiaki Hayashi take on the winner or Atep/Sukarno. </p><p> </p><p>

<span style="text-decoration:underline;">FEATHERWEIGHT</span></p><p>

A Champion has been crowned! The first GP was held in December, featuring 8 featherweights vying for the title. I was expecting a Takeuchi/Ho final, buuut instead Jokichi beat up on Ho in the semi's, only managing a UD but still. While Akita won a split decision over Takeuchi, leading to a Jokichi/Akita final, with Jokichi winning by TKO. He ended up knocking out the world rank #5, beating the world rank #4 by UD, and then TKO'ing the world rank #6. Not bad, not bad at all. </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

In general news, TOP opened up in Russia leading to a flood of Russian fighters now. The Mexican fighter generation is slowed, mostly Super Heavyweights still popping out. Japan is now regulated as of December 2002, I was already paying for drug testing as ALPHA-1 anyways so not a big effect. Finally the awards are out:</p><p> </p><p>

Fighter of the Year: Hassan Fezzik</p><p>

Female Fighter of the Year: Pamela O'Neill</p><p>

Company of the Year: GAMMA</p><p>

Rookie OTY: Gene Peck</p><p>

Team: Brazilian Estrela Academy</p><p> </p><p>

Oh and the Akita vs Takeuchi crapfest took worst fight of the year, it was the two basically wrestling against the ropes for 3 rounds.</p>

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<p>After revamping my <em>Womanly Art</em> mod for WMMA5, here’s the quick recap for 1980:</p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong><em>Women’s Combat League (WCL)</em></strong> - Mid Regional, based in Los Angeles, CA</p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Female Lightweight</strong></p><p> </p><p>

<em>Champion</em>: Vacant</p><p>

</p><ol style="list-style-type:decimal;"><li>Amanda Suarez (2-0)<br /></li><li>Michelle Swain (2-0)<br /></li><li>Debbie Clayton (1-1)<br /></li><li>Marcia Clementi (1-1)<br /></li><li>Michelle Hamill (1-0)</li></ol><p></p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Female Featherweight</strong></p><p> </p><p>

<em>Champion</em>: Vacant</p><p>

</p><ol style="list-style-type:decimal;"><li>Beth Clayton (2-0)<br /></li><li>Ethel Griffiths (2-0)<br /></li><li>Tammy Browning (2-0)<br /></li><li>Shannon Stiller (1-1)<br /></li><li>Sue Brendon (1-1)</li></ol><p></p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Female Bantamweight</strong></p><p> </p><p>

<em>Champion</em>: Vacant </p><p>

</p><ol style="list-style-type:decimal;"><li>Rhonda Collins (2-0)<br /></li><li>Matilda Clayton (2-0)<br /></li><li>Doris Suarez (2-0)<br /></li><li>Kimberly Swain (1-1)<br /></li><li>Vanessa Munoz (1-1)</li></ol><p></p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Female Flyweight</strong></p><p> </p><p>

<em>Champion</em>: Vacant </p><p>

</p><ol style="list-style-type:decimal;"><li>Margaret Cruz (2-0)<br /></li><li>Danielle Kanegawa (2-0)<br /></li><li>Suzanne Chase (1-1)<br /></li><li>Brenda Eilers (1-1)<br /></li><li>Anna Monson (1-1)</li></ol><p></p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Female Strawweight</strong></p><p> </p><p>

<em>Champion</em>: Vacant </p><p>

</p><ol style="list-style-type:decimal;"><li>Eleanor Simmons (2-0)<br /></li><li>Rose Hart (2-0)<br /></li><li>Lisa Kanegawa (1-1)<br /></li><li>Wilma Leon (1-1)<br /></li><li>Julia Sanchez (1-0)</li></ol><p></p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Female Atomweight</strong></p><p> </p><p>

<em>Champion</em>: Vacant </p><p>

</p><ol style="list-style-type:decimal;"><li>Linda Cruz (2-0)<br /></li><li>Beverly Peak (2-0)<br /></li><li>Jessica Kanegawa (1-1)<br /></li><li>Brittany Valentine (1-1)<br /></li><li>Jennifer Faber (2-0)</li></ol><p></p><p> </p><p>

<strong>End of Year Awards</strong></p><p> </p><p>

<em>Company of the Year</em>: WCL</p><p>

<em>Fight of the Year</em>: Tammy Browning vs. Cindy Christison @ WCL 11: Clayton vs. Terkay</p><p>

<em>Knock Out of the Year</em>: Eleanor Simmons sends Maureen Hamill to the shadow realm with a wicked jab and uppercut combo.</p><p>

<em>Show of the Year</em>: WCL 4: Munoz vs. Collins</p><p>

<em>Submission of the Year</em>: Amanda Suarez puts Kimberly Beneteau to sleep with a D’Arce Choke.</p><p>

<em>Main Event of the Year</em>: Vanessa Munoz vs. Rhonda Collins @ WCL 4</p><p>

<em>Team of the Year</em>: Beach Fight MMA</p><p>

<em>Upset of the Year</em>: Beverly Peak defeats Alma Sell via Ground and Pound @ WCL 1: Chai vs. Cruz</p><p>

<em>Worst Fight of the Year</em>: Cindy Christison mistook a MMA cage for a hotel room as she lays on top of Shannon Stiller for most of their fight @ WCL 5: Brendon vs. Clayton</p>

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<p>Using GAMMA I am still getting the hang of the game but did have something that is a first for me in any GAMMA or WMMA game I have ever played.</p><p> </p><p>

At GAMMA 52: Dean vs Darling, Matthew Dean was TKO'd 50 seconds into the very first round by Dexter Darling. Not only is this a first because of the speed and manner of Darling's win and title victory, but I have never had a game were Matthew Dean didn't defend the championship at least 5 times before dropping it. Just a big shocker to me as I looked up during the simulation and saw that it was over with Darling as the winner.</p>

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<p>Just had two fighters who fought each others both pop for drugs <img alt=":p" data-src="//content.invisioncic.com/g322608/emoticons/tongue.png.ceb643b2956793497cef30b0e944be28.png" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /> First time it happens for me in both WMMA4 and WMMA5, is it new ? If yes, pretty cool !!</p><p>

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<blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-username="cool name" data-cite="cool name" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="44606" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>Anybody else having crazy success with Lamont Banner? It's 2005 and he's 19-0 and 10-0 for me in GAMMA as the featherweight champion. He's a high level international name value</div></blockquote><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> And me. He's 27-2 MMA and 19-2 under my promotion in my game. Had about 8 straight defenses at the start of the game but was finally beaten by Hans Christian Bloch, then had another defeat to Hireki Pander. However has since picked himself back up and won the title back and successfully defended it 3 times.</p>
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<p>Champions who won't fight anybody because they are not Popular Enough</p><p> </p><p>

In my game , if your the champion and you don't want to defend , I create an Interim Champion and push him until he is high enough to be able to challenge to said Champion and then the Belt are Unify again. I start my game with the default roster , but choose to add UFC and use default roster. So far i'm in 2005 and almost all my champions refuse to fight lower fighter... The Hype fonction works wonder but it can hurt you that way tho.</p>

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<p></p><div style="text-align:center;"><p>In June 2006 as ALPHA-1, and we are already High Level International!</p><p> </p><p>

Switched to a cage as soon as possible, and the rounds system is like this:</p><p> </p><p>

Championship bouts: 5 mins x 10</p><p> </p><p>

Main Event without a championship: 1 x 10 min round + 5 x 5 mins</p><p> </p><p>

Normal bout: 5 mins x 5</p><p> </p><p>

All with a decision on who wins at the end, not on a round to round basis, but the judges score the bout after all rounds instead so it's possible to do even rounds</p><p> </p><p>

Super Heavyweight Champion: <strong>Kiyomori Sanda</strong> (15-1, 1 defence on his 2nd reign) aka the super heavyweight God! Seriously I love this guy</p><p> </p><p>

Heavyweight Champion: <strong>Murilho Satinho</strong> (22-0, 5 defences) unbeatable monster, who're gonna challenge this guy?</p><p> </p><p>

Light Heavyweight Champion: <strong>Valentin Taneyev</strong> (20-0, 6 defences) just went on hiatus so <strong>Affonso Villar</strong> is the interim champ, pretty good for the moment</p><p> </p><p>

Middleweight Champion: <strong>Braulio Moura</strong> (34-3, 6 defences) one of the greatest out there, no doubt, the #1 P4P guy currently</p><p> </p><p>

Welterweight Champion: <strong>Noach Van Der Capellen</strong> (36-5, 1 defence on his 2nd reign, had 6 defences on his first reign) an amazing fighter, Noach's hands are faster than pretty much anyone in the sport</p><p> </p><p>

Lightweight Champion: <strong>Helio</strong> (26-4-1, 2 defences) probably the most physically dominating lightweight in the world, often beats his opponent in 1 round</p><p> </p><p>

Feathweight Champion (surprise! made this title instantly after the game started): <strong>Lamont Banner</strong> (20-1, 3 defences) probably a top 5 favorite fighter in the entire game for me, I love the knockout power!!</p><p> </p><p>

<em><strong>Feel free to ask me of any information you want to know</strong></em></p></div><p></p><p></p>

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<p>It's been a tough few years for Matthew Dean, once on top of the world, the first ever two division champ in GAMMA has had a quick, painful fall from grace. Defending his Middleweight Championship against Interim Champ Osmosis Benn, Matthew Dean was finished suffering his first loss in over 10 years, in February of 2005. He bounced back defeating Niko Soldo to defend the Light Heavyweight Championship, before losing it 7 months later at the hands of a 1st Round TKO by MacGregor Dare, who shocked the world becoming new GAMMA Light Heavyweight Champion. Scandals followed with Dean's use of Prostitutes being revealed, before Marlon John beat him on points. The debuting Atsutane Akira made it three loses in a row with a 3rd Round Armbar, before Neil Napier knocked Dean out cold with a head kick in February of 2008. 11 months later, Dean returned with a big TKO victory over Tora Mizwar, or so we thought. He popped for PEDs, and Dean has been discussing retirement. The end of an era for GAMMA.</p><p> </p><p>

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I'm loving this save. We're into February of 2009, and I'm sure I updated before, but apparently not!</p><p> </p><p>

Heavyweight - Lars-Gunnar Ekberg (19-0, 13-0 GAMMA) I mentioned I had high hopes for Ekberg, and it turns out I was right. Now the most popular fighter in the company, Ekberg has looked untouchable after beating defeating Rav Kapur for the belt just short of 5 years ago. Ekberg has defended against Ivanov, Rimando, Kapur, Cabal, Rimando again before his most recent defence against Gladstone Lopes which seen him pick up three 10-8 Rounds. </p><p> </p><p>

Light Heavyweight - Nilton Fantoni (16-2, 7-2 GAMMA) After Spencer Rubenstein defeated Mike Watson for the belt, Rubenstein lost it in his first defence against Matthew Dean. Dean defended the belts three times until his loss to MacGregor Dare, who only managed a single defence, before losing to Fantoni, who's defended against Villar and Mike Watson, with two 1st Round Submissions.</p><p> </p><p>

Middleweight - Atsutane Akera (17-2, 6-0 GAMMA) The one belt that no one has been able to hold down after Matthew Dean's record breaking 10 defences, Akera defeated Oleg Tariverdiev to be crowned the new champ after defeating Matthew Dean and Braulio Moura to earn a title shot, with his next defence against former champion Osmosis Benn; speaking of who, after ending Matthew Dean's legendary title reign, Benn managed two defences before being bested by Ramon da Silva Ramos, who lost it in his first defence to Oleg Tariverdiev.</p><p> </p><p>

Welterweight - Diego Arteta (18-3, 11-3 GAMMA) are we looking at a new era in the Welterweight division after Diego Arteta became the first man to defeat Manuel Silva who went 28 fights before finally losing, getting knocked out in Round 1. Silva's title run was stuff of legends, finishing every opponent in his way as well as a catchweight fight with Phillip Ziskie after Nathan Chambers pulled out through injury, as well as defeating Fiyero Lermentov, who moved up to Welterweight after losing his Lightweight crown.</p><p> </p><p>

Lightweight - Seth O'Breen (29-6, 6-4 GAMMA) Seth O'Breen is the perfect case of someone being cut, reinventing themselves and coming back a completely different fighter. Following three consecutive loses in 2002-03, O'Breen was firmly established as a gatekeeper of the Lightweight division, before being cut. O'Breen spent some time fighting on Local shows, winning 4 on the bounce before returning to BCF, where he beat #11 Jazz Snide, then #4 Cullen Skink, earning himself a title shot, where he knocked out Lubos Plasil in Round 1 to become new champion. Alpha-1 were sniffing around though, and we managed to sneak in and steal The Submission King from under their nose, where he made his return on the undercard of the Heavyweight Grand Prix, submitting H. M. Menzel in just over a minute with a Heel Hook. He then finished Luis Basora (someone he lost to previously) via TKO, before doing the same to Julio Regueiro. He returned to his submission game against Jake Keane, submitting him in R2 with a Leg Lock. Shortly after it was announce GAMMA were making their debut in Ireland with GAMMA 93, which would be headlined with a title fight, as Bud Brockett defended against Ireland's own Seth O'Breen. The underdog but with the fans support, O'Breen was confident, and nearly submitted Brockett multiple times in R1, before snaring an arm in RD 2 forcing Brockett to tap out, and the Hometown boy became the new Lightweight Champion of the world!</p><p> </p><p>

Featherweight - Lermont Banner (20-0, 10-0 GAMMA) Unbeatable. </p><p> </p><p>

Flyweight - Karen Rodgers (21-1, 12-0 GAMMA) After Kochiyo Chikamatsu won the inaugral Flyweight Grand Prix, she lost the belt in her first defence to Sandy Oliver, who then lost the belt in her defence to Karen Rodgers, who's made 9 successful defences of the belt, and looks nigh-on unbeatable.</p><p> </p><p>

I love this game.</p>

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