MMA Fighters Using 2 or More Fake Names To Improve Their Records

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Ben_Hutch
10/31/08 7:26:50PM
Case #1) Marius Buzinskas (on the left of the 1st pic) who has fought Lee Livingstone and has a record of 5-2-0 looks like this:



and here is his fight record:
http://www.mmauniverse.com/fighters/SS12948

Then there is a guy who funnily enough looks just like the guy in the 1st picture, only this one's called Marius Sukys who defeated Sol Gilbert and has a record of 3-0 looks like this:



and here is his fight record:
http://www.mmauniverse.com/fighters/SS37831




Case #2) Svajunas Siaucila (on the right in the 1st pic) who is scheduled to fight Tony Pasos and looks like this:



and has this fight record:
http://www.mmauniverse.com/fighters/SS29354

Then there's his identical twin brother who just happens to have the exact same tattoo, only this ones name is Martinas Klimas, who fought against Jason Jones, and looks like this:



and here is his record:
http://www.sherdog.com/fighter/Martinas-Klimas-37532





So basically, we have fighters who are using 2 or 3 different names in order to make themselves look better, i.e they have one name for everytime they lose, and another for everytime they win.
Mungooch
10/31/08 8:22:07PM
mkiv9secsupra
10/31/08 8:40:45PM
Yeah I've always heard of fighters doing this but now there is picture proof to correspond witht the records!
Good eye! But no props, gotta spread the love.

I hope the isn't borderline conspiracy. Lol cause that would be breaking the forum rules
juanez13
10/31/08 9:20:49PM
Its not a conspiracy if its proven.

Pretty dumb for them to do that, if they want to make it into one of the big shows something like thats isnt gonna slip by.
higdon10
10/31/08 11:07:02PM

Posted by juanez13

Its not a conspiracy if its proven.

Pretty dumb for them to do that, if they want to make it into one of the big shows something like thats isnt gonna slip by.



Yeah. They are only hurting theirselves in the long run.
MMAcca
11/1/08 2:52:39AM
Matimus
11/1/08 8:44:47AM
the second dude isnt really improving his record.
he's losing either way
Rush
11/1/08 11:06:35AM
Kind of like members of this site using two or more profiles to better their chances of winning. Eventually they will be caught.
fullerene
11/1/08 2:49:31PM
Sad, but not exclusive to MMA.

I have a friend and training partner who was scheduled to fight an amateur bout next week and his opponent was removed from the card when someone discovered he had 3 professional fights already. Not only is the bout off, but he's suspended now so he won't be fighting pro or amateur for a while.
bls1919
11/1/08 10:20:39PM
Wow some people are always looking for a short cut. Retarded IMO
Ben_Hutch
11/1/08 10:45:08PM

Posted by fullerene

Sad, but not exclusive to MMA.

I have a friend and training partner who was scheduled to fight an amateur bout next week and his opponent was removed from the card when someone discovered he had 3 professional fights already. Not only is the bout off, but he's suspended now so he won't be fighting pro or amateur for a while.



The problem is the two examples above both fight in the UK, and in the UK there is no MMA governing body so nothing can be done about it, they can't be banned or fined or anything, all that can happen is promoters don't let them fight on their shows, which sadly doesn't happen because there are a number of promoters who don't care about the sport but only about the money.
fullerene
11/3/08 8:13:59AM

in the UK there is no MMA governing body so nothing can be done about it,

I'm disappointed to hear that. The right course of action would be for fighters to refuse to fight in a sport that had no regulating body, but that's not realistic.

I assume boxing and other sports are governed by some body over there...is that true?
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