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BigG
After Jabdiel beats Cotto.

Patrick will have a tune up and will immediately get a title shot at the winner.

CyruS
36 Chambers Of Death Title Fight RESULTS! for December 31

World Jr. Bantamweight Championship REMATCH!
CyruS "No Fear" ViruS W MD 12 Frankie "The Brit" Skipton - No Fear used up more of what's left in his tank and pulls a victory over 3 division champ Skipton who fails in a bid to win a 4th World Title in a 4 weight class for the 3rd time. Give it up for No Fear!
ghost13
QUOTE(biggeorge89 @ Dec 30 2007, 01:20 PM) [snapback]372945[/snapback]
After Jabdiel beats Cotto.

Patrick will have a tune up and will immediately get a title shot at the winner.


Good. I'm hoping Jabdiel wins. Patrick does not feel like kicking Cotto's ass for the 4th time
CyruS
Apparently Patrick doesn't read his own fights because that last fight was far from an ass kicking.
BigG
Mike Taylor has called out Patrick....Patrick can havea tune up because he's take on tough fights back to back with Cotto and Jabdiel.

Is Mike Taylor the most dangerous contender at 140 right now? Only Zab has his number apparently.
ghost13
QUOTE(biggeorge89 @ Dec 31 2007, 04:36 PM) [snapback]373041[/snapback]
Mike Taylor has called out Patrick....Patrick can havea tune up because he's take on tough fights back to back with Cotto and Jabdiel.

Is Mike Taylor the most dangerous contender at 140 right now? Only Zab has his number apparently.


Patrick has no problem facing Taylor. She ducks no one
CyruS
36 Chambers Of Death RESULTS for January 2

Jr. Welterweight SHOWDOWN!
Jimmy Jack Judah W KO 11 Sigmund Kraab - Jimmy Jack becomes one of only 2 men (the other being Miguel Cotto) to knock out the very good top contender Sigmund Kraab in a fight which will highlight Jimmy Jack's career.
BigG
SJ Promotions/Zab Judah Boxing Gym Title Fights:

World Heavyweight Title:
Larry Holmes (18-2-1) vs. Dipsy Gawn (25-3-1) (Champion): 3rd fight. Will probably be a close one again. Holmes vows to beat Gawn this time. This is strickly business.

World Light-Heavyweight Title:
Roy Jones Jr. (22-5-0) vs. Terrance Tunney (13-6-2) (Champion): Jones will beat him silly.

World Junior-Welterweight Title:
Jabdiel Judah (20-8-1) (Champion) vs. Miguel Cotto (22-7-0): Jabdiel makes title defense vs. the man who TKO'd him early in his career, Miguel Cotto. Jabdiel is confident Cotto cant beat him now.

World Super-Bantamweight Title:
Fernando Montiel (26-4-3) vs. Ernesto Bonifacio (16-7-2) (Champion): I think Montiel is going to finally be a 4x champion.

World Bantamweight Title:
Z Gorres (28-1-1) (Champion vs. CyruS "Here We Go" Virus (26-3-2): Gorres fights the man he idolized early in his career, HWG. Gorres is confident he has what it takes to beat the person he looks up to.


Non Title Fights:

Mike Tyson (20-5-1) vs. Lanky Gawn (24-1-0): Big fight that should've happened a long time ago.

Michael Grant (15-9-2) vs. HArry Hank (8-1-1): Grant is going to be a tough test for Hank.

Ronald Hearns (18-6-1) vs. Malvador Manchez (15-8-1): Excellent former champion Hearns looking for an easy victory.

King Of New York!
Zab "Super" Judah (21-11-0) vs. Luis Collazo (23-2-2): BIG FIGHT! Judah will stop Collazo.

Paulie Malignaggi (15-4-0) vs. Buddy McGirt (13-7-3): Should be a pretty tough test for Paulie.





Blayde
SUPER SUNDAY JANUARY 6TH, 2008

~ Light Heavyweight Championship of the World ~
Terrence "Ten-Count" Tunney (13-6-2) © vs. Roy Jones Jr. (22-5)
-> Tunney looking for a legendary comeback run. Hes proven if theres anyone who can win despite of a 8 point status disadvantage, its he.

~ Vacant Super Middleweight Championship of the World ~
Yusaf Mack (16-4-1) vs. "Prince" Malik Abu-Husson (23-7-2)
-> Both have been around at 168 for a long time. They havent fought each other so far.

~ Middleweight Championship of the World ~
Berk (20-2) © vs. Manuel "Diez Punos" Cortez (20-7) II
-> Berk was the favorite in fight 1, but was almost knocked out before winning by the score of 114-113 on all cards. Great fight between two long time contenders at 160.

~ Super Welterweight Championship of the World ~
"Tremendous" Travis Simms (24-1-2) © vs. Cyrus "Super" Virus (17-10-1) V
-> Fight number five. Super is one of the most underrated fighters ever! He was just too small for Wexley and still his dangerous opponent back in his middleweight time. At 154 hes a fighter with p4p potential just like Simms who knows how difficult this is gonna be.

Super Lightweight Bout - King of Brooklyn
Luis Collazo (23-2-2) vs. Zab "Super" Judah (21-11)
-> Reigning welterweight champion Luis Collazo back at 140 to take on legendary Zab Judah. Hes gonna prove his KO power.

~ Featherweight Championship of the World ~
Yuriorkis "P4P Number 1" Gamboa (23-0-0 14KOs) © vs. Wilfredo Benitez (9-6)
-> You know who the last fighter with a record of 23 fights, 23 victories and 14 knockouts was? It was TOS! Gamboa has done it too and keeps ruling 126.

~ Super Bantamweight Championship of the World ~
"Bandito De Culo" Ernesto Bonifacio (16-7-2) © vs. Fernando "Cochulito" Montiel (26-4-3) II
-> Rematch after their draw last week.

Bantamweight Bout
Oba Oronko (12-0-0) vs. Kindred "Spirit" Cole (13-4-4)
-> Another big fight for Oronko after beating Montiel.

~ Flyweight Championship of the World ~
Daniel Reyes (10-3-2) vs. Reggie "The Kiss" Hope (16-7-1)

Flyweight Bout
Juan "Apuro" Herrera (9-3) vs. Nonito "Filipino Flash" Donaire (17-4-4)
-> Herrera in yet another almost unwinnable fight.
CyruS
36 Chambers Of Death Title Fights for SUPER FIGHT WEEKEND II! JANUARY 6

World Cruiserweight Championship SUPERFIGHT!
Harold "Harry" Angus (28-1-1 18KOs) vs. Richard "Dick" Butkiss (22-3-1 14KOs)
- The Undisputed Light Heavyweight Champion Of The World Butkiss moves up in weight to challenge Cruiserweight Kingpin Angus in a superfight. Angus has been looking for respect and a big payday and he gets it right here with Butkiss who looks to make some history. If Butkiss wins this match up he not only acquires the Cruiserweight Title but also the services of Heavyweight Champion Dipsy "Lipstick" Gawn. -

World Jr. Middleweight Championship V REMATCH!
Travis "Tremendous" Simms (24-1-2 8KOs) vs. CyruS "Super" ViruS (17-10-1 12KOs)
- Super who is back from retirement looks to face the man that retired him for the fifth time! In their first fight Super dominated Simms and knocked him out in 12. In their second fight Simms adjusted and won via razor thin MD. In their third fight, Super had the match won but tried to go for the KO in the last round and got dropped and ended up losing the fight by another razor thin MD. In their fourth fight, Simms beat Super in a very close but clear UD to which the scores were 115-114 x2, 115-113. Who will win in this fifth matchup? -

World Jr. Welterweight Championship REMATCH!
Jabdiel Judah (20-8-1 2KOs) vs. Miguel Cotto (22-7-0 15KOs)
- Cotto gets a chance to make history by becoming the only fighter in history to become a 4 time Jr. Welterweight World Champion. This is a rematch to a fight they previously had in Cotto's first reign as champion where Cotto TKO'd Jabdiel in 6. Who will win in this matchup between the only 2, 3-Time Jr. Welterweight World Champions? -

Undisputed World Bantamweight Championship SUPER SUPER SUPER FIGHT!
Z Gorres (28-1-1 10KOs) vs. CyruS "Here We Go" ViruS (26-3-2 19KOs)
- Virtually Undefeated HWG gets a chance to reclaim the Undisputed Championship. He takes on the Virtually Undefeated 4 Division World Champion Z Gorres in possible the biggest fight in league history! Gorres always looked up to HWG and now he gets a chance to fight his hero. Will this be a passing of the torch from HWG to Gorres? Or will HWG refuse to budge for the younger champion, and reclaim the titles? -

Fights Of Interest :

Jr. Middleweight TRILOGY ENDING FIGHT!

"Terrible" Tariq Wheeler Jr. (25-5-1 13KOs) vs. CyruS "Lights Out" ViruS (15-3-1 9KOs)
- Lights Out gets another chance to avenge a pair of losses to the 2-Time Welterweight Champion Wheeler Jr. Can Lights Out finally get one over Wheeler ? Or does Wheeler simply has Lights Out number? -

CyruS
Only Built 4 TOS Title Fights For SUPER FIGHT WEEKEND II! January 6

World Lightweight Championship IV
Jesse Jane (24-2-0 15KOs) vs. Joan Guzman (21-3-2 7KOs)
- Guzman gets a crack to regain the Lightweight Title from Jesse Jane. In their first fight, Guzman KO'd Jane in 11. In their second and third fights Jane won via razor thin UD. Who will win this time around?

Supporting Fights :

Jr. Welterweight Match Up
Floyd Mayweather Jr. (14-1-0 7KOs) vs. Andreas Kotelnik (8-4-1 4KOs)
- Virtually Undefeated Mayweather Jr. looks to stop Kotelnik's comeback run after losing back to back knockouts to Jimmy Jack Judah. -

Jr. Flyweight Undefeated Prospects Battle
Blayde Jr. (5-0-0 5KOs) vs. Earthquake (5-0-2 0KOs)
- In a battle of undefeated prospects, Undefeated Earthquake takes on Undefeated Knockout Artist, Blayde Jr. Both fighters look to tear it up on the undercard of the biggest card in league history.
Maxy
Krumbsnatcher Title Fights for January 6th

World heavyweight championship
Dipsy "Lipstick" Gawn (25/3/1) VS "The Eastern Assassin" Larry Holmes (18/2/1)
- The 3rd bout between these two. If Lipstick loses there will be a 4th fight. Lipstick wants to knock Holmes out this time but there is no doubt these two are very evenly matched and another extremely close bout is surely on the cards here.

World cruiserweight championship
Harold "Harry" Angus (28/1/1) VS Richard "Dick" Butkiss (22/3/1)
- Long awaited match-up between the world cruiserweight king and the linear world light heavyweight king. Bad blood surrounding this fight hasn't taken away from the magnitude of the bout and although Angus has remained silent in the build up, his camp claim he is hell bent on destroying Butkiss.

World super flyweight championship
Frankie "The Brit" Skipton (19/5/1) VS Cyrus "No Fear" Virus (22/7/2)
- Skipton gets yet another crack at No Fear but its looking more and more like he can't actually beat the veteran. He's said to be in his best ever shape but everytime he boxes No Fear he comes up short. This will probably end up the same way although the rumour is Skipton will take far more risks in this bout.

World flyweight championship
Reggie "The Kiss" Hope (16/7/1) VS Daniel Reyes (10/3/2)
- The Kiss tries to do what The Dream couldn't do and rest the title from slickster Reyes. Daniel has great boxing skills and a seemingly granite chin so he starts as favourite in this bout but must be wary of the deadly punching power of the former super featherweight champion.

World strawweight championship
Kieran "The Pikey" Conway (25/2/0) VS Lupe Fiasco (19/5/0)
- The Pikey was a beaten man in the last bout before pulling out the victory with a come from behind 12th round KO over Fiasco. There is no doubt Fiasco is the better boxer but Kieran definitely hits harder and he seemingly has the ability to pull out victory's which look beyond him.

Fights Of Interest :

Heavyweight bout
Lanky "Maxy" Gawn (24/1/0) VS "Iron" Mike Tyson (25/5/1)
- Heavyweight legend Lanky may be biting off more than he can chew in this bout. The squat Tyson is a stylistic nightmare for Gawn and Lanky is said to be in a fragile mindstate following the tragic incidents at the recent Butkiss-Angus weigh in.

Super lightweight bout
Maxy KoKaine (19/8/0) VS Sigmund Kraab (19/5/0)
- KoKaine boxes fellow slickster Kraab in an intriguing bout between two fighters desperate to get in the light welterweight title mix. Defeat for either man will surely rule them out of ever really making waves in the division and KoKaine has admitted he may retire if he loses this one.

Lightweight bout
Pavel "The Spy" Molotov (16/7/1) VS Carlos "El Indio" Quintana (12/0/0)
- The Spy is now entering the last chance saloon and really needs to win this fight against unbeaten up and comer Quintana. Rumour has it that Pavel has been talking to Deep Freeze/Power and a defeat here will surely see him leave the Krumbsnatcher gym.
BigG
All I can say is my boys are read for their fights.

Gorres is ready.

The Judah bro's are ready.

And Tyson is ready to pull of the upset.
CyruS
36 Chambers Of Death Title Fights for SUPER FIGHT WEEKEND II! RESULTS!!!!!!!

World Cruiserweight Championship SUPERFIGHT!
Richard "Dick" Butkiss L UD 12 Harold "Harry" Angus - Extremely light Butkiss loses a UD to Angus. A boxing contest between the 2 with none of the fireworks from the weigh in. Disappointing showing from both men.

World Jr. Middleweight Championship V REMATCH!
CyruS "Super" ViruS L UD 12 Travis "Tremendous" Simms - An expected result. Super gives Simms another tough fight. After the fight, Super says Simms is truly the best Jr. Middleweight ever. Super says he looks to move up and challenge for the Middleweight title.

World Jr. Welterweight Championship REMATCH!
Miguel Cotto W UD 12 Jabdiel Judah - Cotto hurts Jabdiel in the 12th and goes on to make history by capturing the Jr. Welterweight World Title for the 4th Time!

Undisputed World Bantamweight Championship SUPER SUPER SUPER FIGHT!
CyruS "Here We Go" ViruS D 12 Z Gorres - The biggest battle in league history ends in a draw! While both fighters were disappointed with the end result, both were seen hugging and congratulating each other for a fine effort and left the arena to party.

Fights Of Interest :

Jr. Middleweight TRILOGY ENDING FIGHT!
CyruS "Lights Out" ViruS L UD 12 "Terrible" Tariq Wheeler Jr. - Lights Out cannot get over Wheeler Jr.
CyruS
Only Built 4 TOS Title Fights For SUPER FIGHT WEEKEND II! RESULTS!!!!!!

World Lightweight Championship IV
Joan Guzman W KO 12 Jesse Jane
- Guzman breaks Jane down again and knocks her out in the final round to regain the Lightweight Championship. -

Supporting Fights :

Jr. Welterweight Match Up
Floyd Mayweather Jr. W UD 12 Andreas Kotelnik
- Virtually Undefeated Mayweather Jr. cruises to a UD. -

Jr. Flyweight Undefeated Prospects Battle
Earthquake W UD 12 Blayde Jr.
- In a battle of undefeated prospects, Earthquake comes out on top.
Maxy
Krumbsnatcher Title Fight results for January 6th

World heavyweight championship
Dipsy "Lipstick" Gawn (26/3/1) won UD "The Eastern Assassin" Larry Holmes (18/3/1)
- Defending champ Dipsy retains his title for the 7th time with a clear cut unanimous decision over his big rival Holmes. Dipsy has proven himself to be the most dominant champion since his stable mate Lanky and is now looking to beat Lanky's record of 9 defences.

World cruiserweight championship
Harold "Harry" Angus (29/1/1) won UD Richard "Dick" Butkiss (22/4/1)
- Perhaps all the events in the build up to this fight took something out of the showdown. No doubt about the winner but this was dull from the outset. Although Butkiss will probably invoke his rematch clause, is there anyone who seriously wants to see these two fight again?

World flyweight championship
Reggie "The Kiss" Hope (17/7/1) won KO 9 Daniel Reyes (10/4/2)
- Former super featherweight champion Reggie Hope grinds down Reyes to capture his 2nd world title. The Kiss knew he had enough power to hurt Reyes and he set about throwing huge bombs from the off. Eventually the power punches took their toll and Reyes was flattened.

World strawweight championship
Kieran "The Pikey" Conway (25/3/0) lost UD Lupe Fiasco (20/5/0)
- Conway changed his strategy and ending up losing a clear decision...his first proper defeat since his 3rd bout. Fiasco is fast and his boxing skills were enough to earn him the world strawweight title. Conway has vowed to be back but it could be that Lupe now has his number.

Fights Of Interest :

Heavyweight bout
Lanky "Maxy" Gawn (25/1/0) won UD "Iron" Mike Tyson (25/6/1)
- A tepid performance from Lanky but a good win nonetheless. Lanky really doesn't appear to have anywhere to go whilst Dipsy is still champion so its looking likely that he may have to hang up his gloves and wait for Dipsy to be dethroned, as the two have decided never to box each other.

Super lightweight bout
Maxy KoKaine (20/8/0) won UD Sigmund Kraab (19/6/0)
- KoKaine uses his superior hand and footspeed to outbox Kraab clearly over 12 rounds. He has now decided that he will move up to welterweight and seek a fight with current champion Luis Collazo claiming that he has battled against the weight for far too long now.

Lightweight bout
Pavel "The Spy" Molotov (16/8/1) lost UD Carlos "El Indio" Quintana (13/0/0)
- The Spy loses again and is now no longer welcome at the Krumbsnatcher gym. He started his career with such promise but has been nothing but a let down and the gym have decided he should pack his gloves and join one of the several bum gyms in the league.
BigG
And props to C.E.O and Al Hata for having great days.

C.E.O's boy Tyrone Sloan just put himself in line for another title shot with his spectacular 7th round KO over former champ "The Flyest".
BigG
Also, Zab Judah would like to sign Pavel "The Spy".
BigG
SJ Promotions/Zab Judah Boxing Gym RESULTS

World Heavyweight Title:
Larry Holmes LUD 12 Dipsy Gawn: Holmes losses another close decision.

World Light-Heavyweight Title:
Roy Jones Jr. KO 12 Terrance Tunney: Jones puts Tunney's lights out in brutal fashion.

World Junior-Welterweight Title:
Jabdiel Judah LUD 12 Miguel Cotto: Cotto wins and hurts Jabdiel in the end.

World Super-Bantamweight Title:
Fernando Montiel LUD 12 Ernesto Bonifiacio: Montiel looked old in this fight and too small as well.

World Bantamweight Title:
Z Gorres D12 Cyrus "Here We Go" Virus: Very close fight. Ringside observer had Gorres winning.

Non Title Fights:

Mike Tyson LUD 12 Lanky Gawn: Lanky outboxed Tyson with ease but looked somewhat old in this fight.

Michael Grant D 12 HArry Hank: Veteran Grant does enough to draw with Hank. Thinks of moving to Gym Ghost.

Ronald Hearns WUD 12 Malvador Manchez: Pretty easy win for Hearns.

King Of New York!
Zab "Super" Judah LUD 12 Luis Collazo: Judah puts on a great performance but falls short.

Paulie Malignaggi WUD 12 Buddy McGirt: Easy work for Paulie.
The CEO
QUOTE(biggeorge89 @ Jan 6 2008, 06:45 AM) [snapback]373680[/snapback]
And props to C.E.O and Al Hata for having great days.

C.E.O's boy Tyrone Sloan just put himself in line for another title shot with his spectacular 7th round KO over former champ "The Flyest".


Yes he has...and thank you for the props...The Dungeon stole the show this Super Fight Weekend.


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Tyrone "Soup Bone" Sloan vs Willie "The Flyest" Sylas ( Wally Horse Boxing) boxingtalk Super-Middleweight bout on January 6: won by KO in round 5 (2:25 ) (judges: 40-37, 40-38, 40-36) $1,003,520

Bobby "Tick Tick" Boome vs Jaidon Codrington ( Blayde Contenders) boxingtalk Light-Heavyweight bout on January 6: won by TKO in round 7 (3:00 ) (judges: 70-60, 70-61, 70-61) $578,000

Carlos "El Apostle" Maussa vs Freddy "The Finisher" McPheerson ( The C.E.O.`s Dungeon) boxingtalk Lightweight bout on January 6: won by KO in round 10 (2:38 ) (judges: 87-83, 87-85, 86-85) $408,980

Otto "The Fatty from Cincinnati" Blatty vs Crack-E-Mon ( The BUMgeon - 36 Chambers Edition) boxingtalk Light-Heavyweight bout on January 6: won by unanimous decision (judges: 117-111, 117-112, 117-111) $141,120

Max Kellerman vs Larry "The Legend" Donald ( The California Chambers) boxingtalk Heavyweight bout on January 6: won by unanimous decision (judges: 120-110, 120-110, 119-110) $103,680

Richard "The Juggernaut" Johnson vs Heron-Mon ( The BUMgeon - 36 Chambers Edition) boxingtalk Middleweight bout on January 6: won by KO in round 1 (1:23 ) (judges: 0-0, 0-0, 0-0) $81,920

Kole "The Ghetto Enforcer" Brown vs Cliff Couser ( Bum Gym - Owned by Big-G) boxingtalk Cruiserweight bout on January 6: won by TKO in round 6 (1:25 ) (judges: 48-47, 48-47, 48-46) $40,500

SKULLSPLITTER - The C.E.O. vs Tomato Jester ( The BUMgeon - 36 Chambers Edition) boxingtalk Heavyweight bout on January 6: won by TKO in round 1 (0:19 ) (judges: 0-0, 0-0, 0-0) $0

"Hardcore" Dexter Moore vs Graham Johnson "The Heroin Addict" ( The Renegades) boxingtalk Middleweight bout on January 6: won by KO in round 1 (1:14 ) (judges: 0-0, 0-0, 0-0) $0

CyruS "Slanger Jr." ViruS vs "King of the Bums" Hank Bummy ( BUMS R US- by Bigjuicyhog) boxingtalk Featherweight bout on January 6: won by TKO in round 8 (3:00 ) (judges: 70-63, 70-63, 70-63) $0



Clean sweep if Carlos and Freddy hadn't fought....which I have to say was a surprising result....I was leaning towards The Finisher right before the fight.

Bobby "Tick Tick" Boome reminded everyone who the fuck he was by raping Codrington. He is VERY underrated. He's pretty much lost only to the very best...and he left his mark on them.

Max Kellerman dominated Larry Donald like he was supposed to....

Kole "The Ghetto Enforcer" Brown is The Next Big Thing.

"Hardcore" Dexter Moore remains the best gatekeeper/spoiler in the League. He's so damn Dangerous.

and last but not least...Lil' Slanger stopped The King of The Bums. Doesn't that mean I get to take a fighter from your gym, BJH?


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BigG
QUOTE
Pavel "The Spy" Molotov (16/8/1) lost UD Carlos "El Indio" Quintana (13/0/0)
- The Spy loses again and is now no longer welcome at the Krumbsnatcher gym. He started his career with such promise but has been nothing but a let down and the gym have decided he should pack his gloves and join one of the several bum gyms in the league.


laugh.gif Damn...harsh...


ATTENTION GHOST....log in to WeBL...change settings...accept fighter transfers. I'm going to give you a fighter..
The CEO
Question...I'm thinking about creating a strong Bum Gym....but I accidentally kicked Jesse "The Boogeyman" Ferguson out of The Dungeon entirely today...

Where do I find him?...in an alley?...a convenient store?

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BigG
Bouts for this Sunday.

World Light-Heavyweight Title:
Roy Jones Jr. (23-5-0) (Champion) vs. Otto Blatty (16-3-2): Solid first defense for Jones. Blatty has fought for the title once before against Travis Simms and lost by close decision. Can he upset Jones? Or will Jones kick his ass like he did Terrance Tunney?

World Bantamweight Title:
Z Gorres (28-1-2) (Champion) vs. Cyrus "Here We Go" Virus: Winner is P4P # 1.

Non title fights:

Nas Jones (18-15-1) vs. Jowett Pipes (15-1-0): Rematch. Nas is the only person to beat Pipes. Nas KO'd Pipes a while back in 12.

ZAB JUDAH TUNE UP FIGHT!
Zab "Super" Judah (21-12-0) vs. Pavel "The Spy" Molotov (16-9-1): Two former champions. Judah expects an early night.

Paulie Malignaggi (16-4-0) vs. Buddy Shine (15-6-2): Difficult fight for Paulie but he believes he can pull it off.

BigJuicyHog
How do I transfer a fighter to another Gym. I owe CEO "Prince of the Bums" Hank Bummy Jr.
The CEO
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I don't know how to do it...I was assuming you did...we'll find out how...Big G told me how to find The Boogeyman in PMs by the way...
Blayde
I believe when you are on the page of the gym you want the fighter transferred to on the bottom on this page is something like "Transfer one of your fighters to this gym".
BigJuicyHog
Ah ok...also how do I see the discarded fighters? For some reason i always tells me there is an error.
The CEO
Thanks, Blayde...
Blayde
Yeah, I have that problem, too. I can see these discards fighters sometimes though, but mostly theres that error.
Maxy
Krumbsnatcher Title Fights for January 13th

World heavyweight championship
Dipsy "Lipstick" Gawn (26/3/1) VS Max Kellerman (26/6/0)
- Dipsy makes his 8th defense against no.1 contender Kellerman. This will be the 2nd fight between the two but Kellerman is now under new management and is expected to come into the fight more aggressively than he did the last time they met. Dipsy is favourite to win on points.

World cruiserweight championship THE REMATCH
Harold "Harry" Angus (29/1/1) VS Richard "Dick" Butkiss (22/4/1)
- Last time it was expected to be a war but turned into a tepid affair with Angus winning on points. This time there has been less hype but insiders say we will be in for a treat. Angus claims he will stop Butkiss and has vowed to go into this fight determined to do exactly that but Butkiss cannot be written off. It was close last time.

World super flyweight championship
Frankie "The Brit" Skipton (20/5/1) VS Cyrus "No Fear" Virus (22/8/2)
- 4 weight world champion Skipton knows a win here against the man he took the crown from could set up a bout between the winner of Z.Gorres and Here We Go. Skipton and No fear are 1/1/1 so another extremely close fight is expected here. Can't pick a winner or a favourite.

World flyweight championship
Reggie "The Kiss" Hope (17/7/1) VS Hozumi Hasegawa (5/5/0)
- New champ Reggie makes his first defense in what looks to be a routine walkover. Hasegawa fought Hope a while back and got blasted out in the 6th round. Reggie wants to get the job done quicker this time and in all honesty it would be a huge upset if Hasegawa won this fight. I expect an early KO win for The Hope.

Fights Of Interest :

Middleweight bout
Harold "The Hoodlum" Grant (18/1/0) VS Andy "You Will Get Assualted" Brown (19/10/3)
- With the Krumbsnatcher gym fading as a force, they have high hopes for The Hoodlum. This is a severe test which will determine if he can become a champion or not. Brown is a tough uncompromising fighter who will come to win and who hits hard. Can he derail the young contender?

Welterweight bout
Maxy KoKaine (20/8/0) VS Garcia Marquez (19/6/1)
- Maxy KoKaine has his first bout at welterweight for 23 fights and he couldn't have asked for a much tougher test. Marquez only loses to the best and he always gives a good account of himself. KoKaine knows that a win here could and should get him a title shot but he also knows a loss sets him right back in the pecking order.

Strawweight bout
Kieran "The Pikey" Conway (25/3/0) VS "Awesome" Awesome (16/6/1)
- The Pikey is furious he wasn't granted an immediate rematch with Lupe Fiasco and has vowed to take his anger out on the dangerous "Awesome". The pair have fought before with Pikey winning a close unanimous decision. This is by no means an easy fight for Kieran who needs to win to get his return with Fiasco.
CyruS
36 Chambers Of Death Title Fights for January 13

World Cruiserweight Championship REMATCH!
Harold "Harry" Angus (29-1-1 18KOs) vs. Richard "Dick" Butkiss (22-4-1 14KOs)
- Butkiss looks to erase the biggest superfight snoozefest in history that was fight number 1 between Angus and Butkiss. Both fighters seemingly have nothing to gain since fight 1 was such a disaster. Can Butkiss do what he says he will do and somehow erase the memory of fight 1 with this rematch performance? -

World Middleweight Championship REMATCH!
Manuel "Diez Punos" Cortez (21-7-0 21KOs) vs. CyruS "Super" ViruS (17-11-1 12KOs)
- Super returns to the Middleweight division! Recently unretired and failed to regain the World Jr. Middleweight Championship, Super returns to 160 lbs. to take on World Champion Cortez in a rematch. In their first fight, Cortez was the middleweight champion but Super took the belt from him with a UD with scores of 115-110 x3. -

World Jr. Welterweight Championship SUPERFIGHT!
Miguel Cotto (23-7-0 15KOs) vs. Mike Taylor (20-4-0 9KOs)
- 4 Time Jr. Welterweight World Champion and Top 10 P4Per Cotto puts his title on the line against Mike Taylor. Taylor has beaten 2 men that Cotto has never been able to beat which are Navarette and Patrick. Will Taylor add Cotto to his list? Or will the Fighter's Fighter Miguel Cotto reign supreme? -

Undisputed World Bantamweight Championship SUPERFIGHT REMATCH TO END ALL SUPERFIGHT REMATCHES!
Z Gorres (28-1-2 10KOs) vs. CyruS "Here We Go" ViruS (26-3-3 19KOs)
- HWG and Gorres battle it out again to determine the #1 pound for pound fighter in the world today. Their first fight ended in an inconclusive draw. Can the old legend HWG prove once again to be top dog? Or will the younger dominate champion Gorres finally get his legend status by beating his idol? -

World Jr. Bantamweight Championship 4th FIGHT!
Frankie "The Brit" Skipton (20-5-1 9KOs) vs. CyruS "No Fear" ViruS (22-8-2 7KOs)
- Another fight between this two. Their first fight ended with No Fear retaining the title via draw. Fight 2 ended up with No Fear retaining the title with a MD win. Fight 3 Skipton finally got over and became a 4 division world champion with a razor thin MD win. Who will walk away champion this time? And will it be a clear win? -

Fights Of Interest :

Jr. Middleweight Gym Debut!

Anthony "AZ" Cruz (14-1-0 3KOs) vs. Sergiy Dzinziruk (10-2-1 8KOs)
- Cruz's first fight under the 36 chambers and he takes on the dangerous Sergiy. -

Jr. Welterweight Clash!
Hermes Franca (12-5-0 11KOs) vs. Jimmy Jack Judah (18-0-0 14KOs)
- The Southern Judah, Jimmy Jack steps into the ring with the former Jr. Middleweight titleholder. Does Franca have the tools to upset the hottest prospect/contender in the league? Or Will Jimmy Jack continue to march on through? -

Jr. Welterweight Skills to Pay da Billz Match!
"Sublime" Buddy Shine (15-6-2 1KO) vs. Paul Malignaggi (16-4-0 8KOs)
- Former Jr. Welterweight World Champion Buddy Shine takes on the very dangerous Paul Malignaggi. Will Malignaggi ever return to the division that touted him as the hottest prospect in the league, 135 lbs.? -

CyruS
Only Built 4 TOS Title Fights For January 13

World Lightweight Championship
Joan Guzman (22-3-2 8KOs) vs. "The Sheriff" J.J. Harris (11-7-1 1KO)
- Guzman makes the first defense of his second reign has Lightweight Champion Of The World. With Tera Patrick returning to the division, Guzman is looking forward to another lightweight superfight clash. -

Supporting Fights :

Jr. Welterweight Prospect Matchup
Miguel Angel Cotto (7-0-0 5KOs) vs. "Noodles" Panache (7-1-1 2KOs)
- Undefeated Miguel Angel Cotto takes on another top prospect in Panache. -
BigG
World Light-Heavyweight Title:
Roy Jones Jr. KO 11 Otto Blatty: Blatty boxed well, but Roy's speed and power was too much in the end as he battered Blatty.


World Bantamweight Title:
Z Gorres LMD 12 Cyrus "Here We Go" Virus: Gorres was surpised at HWG's boxing ability. HWG jabbed and danced his way to a victory.

Non Title Fights:

ZAB JUDAH TUNE UP FIGHT!:
Zab "Super" Judah TKO 9 Pavel Molotov: Judah dished out a sick beating.

Paulie Malignaggi WUD 12 "Sublime" Buddy Shine: Paulie wins via shutout.

Nas Jones LUD 12 Jowett Pipes: Nas gets outboxed.
Maxy
Krumbsnatcher Title Fight Results for January 13th

World heavyweight championship
Dipsy "Lipstick" Gawn (27/3/1) won UD Max Kellerman (26/7/0)
- Dipsy retains for the 8th time with a one-sided easy decision win over Kellerman in a fight that showcased his outstanding boxing skills. The champion will equal Lanky's record if he can make one more successful defense, but of course, he wants to beat Lanky's record. He now fights for The Dragons Vault gym.

World cruiserweight championship THE REMATCH
Harold "Harry" Angus (30/1/1) won KO 12 Richard "Dick" Butkiss (22/5/1)
- Although it still wasn't a great fight Angus put the meory of the first fight behind him by knocking Butkiss out in the final round. Harry hurt Butkiss in the first but boxed intelligently after that before opening up in the last to render Butkiss unconscious. He now fights for The Dragons Vault gym.

World super flyweight championship
Frankie "The Brit" Skipton (20/6/1) lost UD Cyrus "No Fear" Virus (23/8/2)
- No Fear put on a masterclass to take back his titles from Skipton who just couldn't seem to match the grizzled veterans puch output and accuracy. Frankie had nothing but praise for No Fear afterwards, saying, "The man beat me good but this isn't our last meeting, I'm sure of it." He now fights for The Dragons Vault gym.

World flyweight championship
Reggie "The Kiss" Hope (18/7/1) won KO 1 Hozumi Hasegawa (5/6/0)
- The Kiss made his first defense, destroying outmatched Hasegawa in the first round. Reggie still has room for improvement and hopes his move to the Dragon's Vault will help him take that step further as a fighter. His power is awesome but he is still, basicallly, a raw fighter. He now fights for The Dragons Vault gym.

Fights Of Interest :

Middleweight bout
Harold "The Hoodlum" Grant (19/1/0) won KO 1 Andy "You Will Get Assualted" Brown (19/11/3)
- This demolition will send shock-waves throughout the middleweight division. Nobody had ever stoppped Brown before the 9th round before but a devastating blow to the temple sent him to the canvas in one round. The Hoodlum says he will now wait in line for a title shot but wants to keep active. He now fights for The Dragons Vault gym.

Welterweight bout
Maxy KoKaine (21/8/0) won UD Garcia Marquez (19/7/1)
- KoKaine set himself up for a possible and deserved world title shot by easily outboxing Marquez over 12 rounds. Maxy was jubilant after the bout and said he feels much stronger and much more at home in the welterweight division. "I'm a different fighter at this weight!" He now fights for The Dragons Vault gym.

Strawweight bout
Kieran "The Pikey" Conway (25/3/1) drew 12 "Awesome" Awesome (16/6/2)
- Conway looks to be on the slide after struggling with "Awesome" and getting a draw over 12 rounds which could have gone to his opponent. Kieran is angry that Fiasco ducked him for a rematch and it is possible that he had taken his eye of the ball for this fight. He now fights for The Dragons Vault gym.


Maxy Krumbsnatcher-
"This is a sad night for my gym. All of my fighters have said goodbye and have moved on to pastures new. We have had some amazing success here and one day I hope to bring that success back. I wish all of my fighters the best of luck at their new home."
Blayde
Lets make Fiaso vs. Conway as the next big fight at straw weight. Awesome had to be on his A game to get a draw against The Pikey, The Pikey didnt. If Awesome gets 2 or 3 tune up fights, he can join Fiasco and Conway and make it a three way rivalry.
Maxy
QUOTE(Blayde @ Jan 13 2008, 06:58 AM) [snapback]374579[/snapback]
Lets make Fiaso vs. Conway as the next big fight at straw weight. Awesome had to be on his A game to get a draw against The Pikey, The Pikey didnt. If Awesome gets 2 or 3 tune up fights, he can join Fiasco and Conway and make it a three way rivalry.


I agree that The Pikey deserves his rematch with Fiasco...and he don't realy want anything more to do with "Awesome".

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However, he won't duck him and if he can beat Fiasco, he'll fight "Awesome" again. Beating Fiasco is a big IF though.

I cannot believe Maxy "Ice Cream" Gawn has been put in against Alexeev AGAIN. I'll try and go the distance this time.
Blayde
BLAYDES CONTENDERS Results Sunday, Januar 13th 2008

TITLE FIGHTS

~ Welterweight Championship of the World ~

Luis Collazo (25-2-2) © W UD Ronald Hearns
-> Against an opponent Collazo didnt tell the public but he thinks is a nightmare for him stylewise Luis showcases his class and gets the UD. Kokaine is next if Collazo isnt allowed to make a voluntary defense before and will be a style nightmare for him again.

~ Super Bantamweight Championship of the World ~
"Bandito De Culo" Ernesto Bonifacio (17-7-2) © D Fernando "Cochulito" Montiel
-> In another hard fought battle Bonifacio is able to survive the last round and keep his title. A 4th fight seems very likely and although Ernesto thinks hed deserve an easier defense before he wants that 4th fight to be next.

~ Junior Flyweight Championship of the World ~
Luis "El Gallo" Singo (14-0-2) © W UD Juwan Judah
-> El Gallo continues his reign at 109 pounds. He says he can fight everywhere from strawweight to flyweight. So he may challenge Fiasco or The Kiss again in the future.

Short notice:
- strawweight prospect Miguel Torres improves to 6-0-0
- draw between Awesome and Conway
- Hermes Franca gets his ass kicked against the younger new version of Miguel Cotto Jimmy Jack Judah who I dont think will be able to beat Taylor if this fight happens
- Herrera beats Donaire again and is looking for opponents with a similar status now
- Dzinziruk pulls off the upset against Cruz. Sergiy had weight problems going into the fight and has moved to 160 now
- Gamboa improves to 25-0-0 with a little stay busy fight at 130 and is back at 126 to defend his title again; looks like a Simone Sin rematch may be next
- middleweight prospect TJ Simms improves to 9-1
- at 175 Allan Green improves to 15-0-0 with 11 KOs; one or two more tune ups and hes ready for an eliminator or a title shot; he has to wait in line anyway, so he wants to stay busy so long
- Tunney knocks out Coke-A-Mon in the first round!!!
The CEO
QUOTE(Maxy @ Jan 13 2008, 06:29 AM) [snapback]374575[/snapback]
Krumbsnatcher Title Fight Results for January 13th

World heavyweight championship
Dipsy "Lipstick" Gawn (27/3/1) won UD Max Kellerman (26/7/0)
- Dipsy retains for the 8th time with a one-sided easy decision win over Kellerman in a fight that showcased his outstanding boxing skills. The champion will equal Lanky's record if he can make one more successful defense, but of course, he wants to beat Lanky's record. He now fights for The Dragons Vault gym.

Maxy Krumbsnatcher-
"This is a sad night for my gym. All of my fighters have said goodbye and have moved on to pastures new. We have had some amazing success here and one day I hope to bring that success back. I wish all of my fighters the best of luck at their new home."


It wasn't THAT easy...come on...lol...

besides....what can you do against someone with way better speed and agility when you don't have KO power?....anyway....Kellerman is clearly the 2nd best fighter in the Heavyweight Division...who wants to try and take his spot?


To Maxy Krumbsnatcher....you will be remembered as a Pioneer in this League and go down as one of the greatest trainers of all time...relax now and enjoy your retirement...you've worked very hard to accomplish your status, and you deserve to live the good life.

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CyruS
36 Chambers Of Death Title Fight RESULTS for January 13

World Cruiserweight Championship REMATCH!
Richard "Dick" Butkiss L KO 12 Harold "Harry" Angus - Butkiss kept his word and erased the first fight out of the people's minds and atleast to him he did. Close fight down the stretch with Angus pulling away, realizing this Butkiss went for the KO in the final round and had Angus hurt! However Angus recovered and delivered the knockout blow. A MUCH MUCH better fight than the first one to be sure. Butkiss is now back at Light Heavyweight.

World Middleweight Championship REMATCH!
CyruS "Super" ViruS L KO 7 Manuel "Diez Punos" Cortez - Super fails in an attempt to regain the Middleweight Championship. Super has now retired again.

World Jr. Welterweight Championship SUPERFIGHT!
Miguel Cotto L UD 12 Mike Taylor - They both fought a competitive and tough fight with the same styles and Taylor's was more effective and won almost all the rounds! Cotto invokes his rematch clause and looks to be much more effective.

Undisputed World Bantamweight Championship SUPERFIGHT REMATCH TO END ALL SUPERFIGHT REMATCHES!
CyruS "Here We Go" ViruS W MD 12 Z Gorres - HWG changes up his style completely and boxed a beauty all the way to regaining his undisputed titles! HWG truly is a legend among legends. HWG takes his hat off the younger 4 division world champion Gorres.

World Jr. Bantamweight Championship 4th FIGHT!
CyruS "No Fear" ViruS W UD 12 Frankie "The Brit" Skipton - The grizzled old veteran No Fear once again pulls out another victory with a boxing performance to highlight his career with a clear win over Skipton and regains the world title. No Fear took his hat off for Skipton for being honorable enough to give him a rematch when No Fear gave Skipton 3 chances to become a 4 division world champion.

Fights Of Interest :

Jr. Middleweight Gym Debut!
Anthony "AZ" Cruz L UD 12 Sergiy Dzinziruk - A close fight. Cruz has some tools but he needs more work under the 36 style.

Jr. Welterweight Clash!
Jimmy Jack Judah W KO 2 Hermes Franca - Jimmy Jack disposes for the former world titleholder in devastating fashion.

Jr. Welterweight Skills to Pay da Billz Match!
"Sublime" Buddy Shine L UD 12 Paul Malignaggi - A fight Shine never wanted to take and he shows why he didn't want to take it by losing a shutout.
CyruS
Only Built 4 TOS Title Fight RESULTS For January 13

World Lightweight Championship
Joan Guzman W KO 5 "The Sheriff" J.J. Harris
- Guzman destroys his opponent in his first defense of his title. He looks forward to defending his title against Tera Patrick. -
Blayde
By the way... whos created that Ring of Honor gym? Cyrus?
BigG
Fights for next sunday:

World Heavyweight Title:
"Iron" Mike Tyson (21-6-1) vs. Dipsy "Lipstick" Gawn (27-3-1) (Champion): Underdog Tyson is coming with everything.

World Light-Heavyweight Title
Roy Jones Jr. (24-5-0) (Champion) vs. Richard "Dick" Butkiss (22-5-1): Jones 2nd defense. Butkiss MUST GO BEFO' 10!

Non Title Fights:

Michael Grant (16-9-3) vs. Dark Heaven (24-6-0): Solid veteran Grant takes on top contender.

Nasir "Nasty Nas" Jones (18-16-1) vs. Jowett Pipes (15-1-0): Trilogy ending fight.

"Terrible" Terry Norris (13-2-3) vs. "Prince Of The Bums" Hank Bummy Jr (0-2-0): Terry Norris is the top prospect of Judah. Hank Bummy is..well....a guy with a good chin.

Ronald Hearns (19-7-1) vs. Floyd Mayweather Jr. (21-7-1): Hearns failed to train seriously for his last fight which was the biggest of his career. He will be training seriously for this one...thats for sure.

William Joppy (15-2-1) vs. Garcia Marquez (19-7-1): Joppy's time to step up.

OLD LEGENDS THROWIN' IT DOWN! JUDAH vs. RUNNING MAN
Zab "Super" Judah (22-12-0) vs. Cyrus "Running Man" Virus (17-11-4): Judah just wants another quality name on his record.

Juan Miguel Cotto (15-0-0) vs. Reggie Green (12-6-2): Rematch. Green is the only fighter to last 12 with Cotto.

Fernando Montiel (26-5-4) vs. Oba Oronko (12-1-0): Rematch. Oronko defeated Montiel last time. Montiel will destory him this time.

Anakin Skywalker (5-0-0) vs. Bobby Pacquiao (11-16-0): Shot former Champion is offered big cash by Judah to fight a rising star. Expect Skywalker to destory Pacquiao.
Maxy
Dragon's Vault Title Fights for January 13th

World heavyweight championship
Dipsy "Lipstick" Gawn (27/3/1) VS "Iron" Mike Tyson (21/6/1)
- Champ Dipsy attempts to make a record equalling 9th defense against big punching Tyson but he vows not to do it the easy way. Dipsy knows he could probably win if he boxed liked his old compratriot Lanky did vs Tyson but he's promised his fans to be aggressive and knock the puncher out. Experts claim this plays into Tyson's hands.

World cruiserweight championship
Harold "Harry" Angus (30/1/1) VS "Smokin'" Joe Frazier (10/13/0)
- In his last fight he promised to knock Butkiss out. He duly delivered and cruiserweight great Harry Angus opted to face Frazier as a seemingly routine defense as a reward. Frazier isn't expected to spring an upset here and Angus has told his fans to put their money on a KO win for him before the 5th.

World middleweight title fight
Harold "The Hoodlum" Grant (19/1/0) VS Manuel "Diez Punos" Cortez (22/7/0)
- Krumbsnatcher's last top prospect has his first fight for Dragon's Vault and it couldn't be tougher as he challenges huge punching middleweight king Cortez for the title. The Hoodlum has KO'd 17 opponents, whilst Cortez has KO'd 22. Somebody is getting knocked out.

World welterweight championship
Maxy KoKaine (21/8/0) VS Luis Collazo (25/2/2)
- He never got a title shot whilst at Krumbsnatcher but Sunday see's Maxy KoKaine square off against dominant welterweight ruler Collazo for the world crown. This fight looks destined to go the distance and promises to showcase some outstanding skills. KoKaine will start as underdog but he's live, no doubt about it.

World flyweight championship
Reggie "The Kiss" Hope (18/7/1) VS Aloysius Piet (10/2/3)
- Two-weight champ Reggie Hope has promised to give The Kiss of death to challenger Piet. Reggie, despite his virtual veteran status is still learning his trade and although he still remains raw, his power is unquestionable. If Piet can stay away, he can win....if he can't, he's doomed.

World strawweight championship
Kieran "The Pikey" Conway (25/3/1) VS Lupe Fiasco (21/5/0)
- Conway vows to revert back to the game plan he's never been beaten in when he's used it. Fiasco has definitely gotten under his skin and The Pikey wants revenge big time. This could go one of two ways...Fiasco stays away and wins on points or Kieran catches up with him and scores the KO. Its a pick 'em.

Fights Of Interest :

Middleweight bout
Jowett Pipes (18/1/0) VS Nasir "Nasty Nas" Jones (18/16/1)
- Trilogy ending fight with top contender Pipes attempting to finally erase his sole defeat against Nas. Last time Pipes was too slick and won the decision but he really wants to avenge the knockout loss he suffered to Nas way back by scoring a KO of his own. Thats unlikely and I feel a Pipes points win is the most likely scenario.

Lightweight bouts
Muckles Reilly (11/0/0) VS Carlos "El Apostle" Maussa (18/11/2)
- This is by far Reilly's biggest test. He's trained hard but knows Maussa is capable of inflicting his first defeat. A win here will do wonders for his confidence in the short term and set him up for bigger fights in the long term but a defeat would severely damage his credibilty as a future top contender.

Ray De los Santos (11/0/0) VS Freddy "The Finisher" McPheerson (18/12/0)
- Similar type of fight to the above and one that his own management team aren't entirely happy about. De los Santos begged for the fight to be made and eventually the contracts were signed. Both are proven punchers but McPheerson carries the edge in power, plus experience. Should be close and exciting.
CyruS
36 Chambers Of Death Title Fights For January 20

Undisputed World Light Heavyweight Championship
Richard "Dick" Butkiss (22-5-1 14KOs) vs. Roy Jones Jr. (24-5-0 17KOs)
- First and Only Undisputed Light Heavyweight Champion, Richard Butkiss puts his linear Light Heavyweight Titles on the line against the World Light Heavyweight Champion Roy Jones Jr. Butkiss wishes to regain his light heavyweight throne.-

Vacant World Jr. Welterweight Championship - Trilogy Ending Fight!
Miguel Cotto (23-8-0 15KOs) vs. Jabdiel Judah (21-9-1 2KOs)
- Miguel Cotto looks to regain the now vacant Jr. Welterweight Championship for a record setting 5th time. His opponent is former 3-Time Jr. Welterweight World Champion Jabdiel Judah. Cotto looks to make it 3-0 against Jabdiel. -

World Jr. Bantamweight Championship - REMATCH
CyruS "No Fear" ViruS (23-8-2 7KOs) vs. Thurman "The Mexican Assassin" Hayes (20-8-1 2KOs)
- No Fear defends his title in a rematch with Hayes. Should be routine. -

Fights Of Interest :

Jr. Welterweight Legends Match For the 4th Time!

Zab "Super" Judah (22-12-0 16KOs) vs. CyruS "Running Man" ViruS (17-11-4 0KOs)
- Running Man back home at the 36 Chambers, looks to make it 4-0 against Zab Judah. Will Zab finally get the win over running man he has been wanting forever? Or will Running Man pull off another victory!? -

CyruS
Only Built 4 TOS Title Fights For January 20

World Lightweight Championship
Joan Guzman (23-3-2 9KOs) vs. Ricardo Reyes (10-5-2 1KO)
- Guzman makes the second defense of his second reign has Lightweight Champion Of The World. Guzman is still looking for the next lightweight super fight against Tera Patrick. -

Supporting Fights :

none.
BigG
The Zab victory will be so sweet. smile.gif
Maxy
Dragon's Vault Title Fight results for January 20th

World heavyweight championship
Dipsy "Lipstick" Gawn (28/3/1) won KO 4 "Iron" Mike Tyson (21/7/1)
- Dipsy promised the knockout and he didn't disappoint as he destroyed Tyson in 4 one-sided rounds to register a record equalling 9th successful defense. Tyson was hurt in the 1st and 2nd rounds, down in the 3rd and then flattened in the 4th as Dipsy proved once again he can can back up his boasts.

World cruiserweight championship
Harold "Harry" Angus (31/1/1) won KO 3 "Smokin'" Joe Frazier (10/14/0)
- Angus easily dispatched of Frazier with a one-sided 3rd round knockout victory. After the fight, Harry, who has never lost at cruiserweight, revealed he will move up to heavyweight where he wants to take a couple of easy tune-ups before deciding whether to challenge Dipsy Gawn, or whoever holds the belt.

World middleweight title fight
Harold "The Hoodlum" Grant (20/1/0) won UD Manuel "Diez Punos" Cortez (22/8/0)
- Two of the biggest punchers in the middleweight division collided for the title and fireworks were expected. Despite both fighters landing viscious shots, neither man was hurt and Grant emerged the victor via unanimous decision.

World welterweight championship
Maxy KoKaine (21/9/0) lost MD Luis Collazo (26/2/2)
- KoKaine's first ever title challenge ended in defeat as he was beaten by majority decision. Going into the last round the fight was even but Collazo made sure of victory when he scored a knock-down. KoKaine admitted he lost to the better man on the night but promised he'd be back.

World flyweight championship
Reggie "The Kiss" Hope (19/7/1) won KO 1 Aloysius Piet (10/3/3)
- No shocks here as Reggie Hope retained his title with a first round KO over challenger Piet. Reggie is now talking about the possibility of moving down in weight but that will take at least two more fights, which freezes out no.1 contender Frankie Skipton....the stablemates refuse to fight each other..

World strawweight championship
Kieran "The Pikey" Conway (25/4/1) lost UD Lupe Fiasco (22/5/0)
- The Pikey failed to regain his title as he was comprehensively and masterfully outboxed by Fiasco who now appears to definitely have his number. Kieran is now considering a move to junior flyweight and has tentatively thrown out a challenge to the champ, Luis "El Gallo" Singo.

Fights Of Interest :

Middleweight bout
Jowett Pipes (17/1/0) won UD Nasir "Nasty Nas" Jones (18/17/1)
- Pipes made it 2-1 in his trilogy with Nas but was pushed to the limit and told reporters after the bout that he wanted nothing more to do with the Nasty one. Jowett could now be considered for a shot at new champ and stablemate Grant, but this is unlikely as Wexley Gawn does not want the two of them to fight each other.

Lightweight bouts
Muckles Reilly (12/0/0) won UD Carlos "El Apostle" Maussa (18/12/2)
- Reilly scores his biggest win by totally outboxing the more experienced Maussa to record a unanimous decision victory. The scores were 118-112, 119-112 and 118-111. Reilly, if moved slowly, could be a genuine threat in the lightweight division.

Ray De los Santos (12/0/0) won UD Freddy "The Finisher" McPheerson (18/13/0)
- De los Santos completed the double over the Dungeons top two lightweights when he scored a clear unanimous decision over McPheerson. Santos looked capable of perhaps stopping his opponent late on but boxed cautiously showing genuine respect for the Finisher's punching power.
BigG
World Heavyweight Title:
"Iron" Mike Tyson LKO 4 Dipsy Gawn: Gawn proves too big for Tyson.

World Light-Heavyweight Title
Roy Jones Jr WMD 12 Richard Butkiss: Underdog Jones edges Butkiss in a great fight. He told y'all he'd do it.

Non Title Fights:

Michael Grant LKO 9 Dark Heaven - Heaven is a beast..

Nasir "Nasty Nas" Jones LUD 12 Jowett Pipes - Both fighters beat up.

"Terrible" Terry Norris TKO 6 Hank Bummy Jr. - Norris batters the poor kid.

Ronald Hearns WUD 12 Floyd Mayweather Jr. - Hearns schools Mayweather (RIVADOS) and eats his way up to 160!

William Joppy TKO 10 Garcia Marquez - Joppy gives Marquez a terrible beating. Looks to fight Collazo next.

OLD LEGENDS THROWIN' IT DOWN! JUDAH vs. RUNNING MAN
Zab "Super" Judah TKO 6 Cyrus "Running Man" Virus - Judah proves to be too fast and too powerfull for Running Man. Adives Running Man to fight on.

Juan Miguel Cotto KO 10 Reggie Green: Cotto KO's Green in a closer fight then the first.

Fernando Montiel LMD 12 Oba Oronko - Montiel retires. BITCHASS Oronko beats him.

Anakin Skywalker KO 1 Bobby Pacquiao: Bobby retires. laugh.gif
Blayde
~ Welterweight Championship ~
Luis Collazo (26-2-2) © W MD Maxy Kokaine
-> Collazo knew it was going to be a very difficult fight, but it was even harder than he expected. He takes his hat off to Kokaine who is a very skilled boxer and hopefully one day they can do it again. But a rematch should not be next because Mike Taylor has arrived at 147. If Collazo is allowed to make a voluntary defense first though, hed like to take it. When you look at his record hes really had a tough title reign so far.
Speaking of a Judah rematch its not something that draws too much interest of Collazo because making 140 was very hard for him.

~ Super Middleweight Championship ~
Yusaf Mack (16-6-1) L KO6 Tyrone "Soup Bone" Sloan ©
-> The scores were 43-50 on all scorecards but forget about that. Mack vs. Sloan was a war! Mack took Sloan down to the canvas twice in the 6n round before being knocked out himself. His team is sure he could have pulled it off if he hadnt got overanxious. Mack is not thinking about retirement now, he wants a rematch. Sloan probably doesnt have to give it to him because it was a clear victory despite these two knockdowns, but hopefully he will give Mack the rematch like Long gave it the Juggernaut.

~ Lightweight Championship ~
Ricardo Reyes (11-5-2) W KO4 Joan Guzman © !!!
-> With a tremendous combination Ricardo Reyes took Guzman down and Guzman didnt get back up. He probably saw Reyes as a twig but theres a reason the former Flyweight Reyes is fighting at Lightweight now. Hes become older, hes become more powerful and more muscular and he has knocked him out. Reyes thinkgs Guzman-Patrick should still be next while Reyes who has had a very difficult career so far should be allowed to make an easy defense.

~ Junior Flyweight Championship ~
Luis "El Gallo" Singo (15-0-2) © W UD Crissy Moran
-> Another solid performance by Singo. If Conway is serious about moving up, Singo wants one more easier defense to gain a 16 status and then they can get it on. After that win or lose as long as theres not rematch needed Singo will think about changing the weight division himself for a rubber match against Reggie Hope or a fight against Lupe Fiasco who Singo believes Fiasco wouldnt stand a chance against him.

Bantamweight showdown: Oba Oronko (13-1) W MD Fernando Montiel -> 118 is wide open now that HWG, Z Gorres and Montiel all three have retired. Super Bantamweight champion Ernesto Bonifacio is coming down now and wants a title shot.

Light Heavyweight: Allan Green improves to 16-0 may be ready for a big fight now. He says that hes not willing to fight an 18 status fighter like Ghusson yet though.

Prospect watch:
140: Herman Ngoudjo improves to 10-1
106: Miguel Torres improves to 7-0
BigG
Guzman has a rematch clause though....Cyrus...Guzman doesn't need to go all out...hes much too skilled for that,
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