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Bubbles
6/21/12 10:43:42PM

Posted by Pookie

I wonder how up to date the Mods are on the fighters.

For all we know, Fedor beats everyone 10/10 times if the right fan did the modifications.


well Cain won by armbar so clearly this takes place in 2015
Kpro
6/22/12 12:31:25PM

Posted by Pookie

I wonder how up to date the Mods are on the fighters.

For all we know, Fedor beats everyone 10/10 times if the right fan did the modifications.



He's working off of a mod from March 2012, and I believe may have made minor tweaks for what has happened the last 3 months. That's my understanding.
ChrisSabal
6/24/12 9:34:49PM

Posted by Kpro


Posted by Pookie

I wonder how up to date the Mods are on the fighters.

For all we know, Fedor beats everyone 10/10 times if the right fan did the modifications.



He's working off of a mod from March 2012, and I believe may have made minor tweaks for what has happened the last 3 months. That's my understanding.



I did make minor tweaks. I made Werdum better and didn't make Roy that much better besides his chin so I was surprised Roy won.

What is fun about this sim is that they do have an upset type ratio in their coding. So upsets do happen.

Budgellism
6/24/12 9:41:11PM

Posted by ChrisSabal


Posted by Kpro


Posted by Pookie

I wonder how up to date the Mods are on the fighters.

For all we know, Fedor beats everyone 10/10 times if the right fan did the modifications.



He's working off of a mod from March 2012, and I believe may have made minor tweaks for what has happened the last 3 months. That's my understanding.



I did make minor tweaks. I made Werdum better and didn't make Roy that much better besides his chin so I was surprised Roy won.

What is fun about this sim is that they do have an upset type ratio in their coding. So upsets do happen.




Just curious but are you able to do this for all the weight classes? I'm out pretty early but I like this game and wouldn't mind giving it another go with a different weight class.
ChrisSabal
6/24/12 9:54:09PM

Posted by Budgellism


Posted by ChrisSabal


Posted by Kpro


Posted by Pookie

I wonder how up to date the Mods are on the fighters.

For all we know, Fedor beats everyone 10/10 times if the right fan did the modifications.



He's working off of a mod from March 2012, and I believe may have made minor tweaks for what has happened the last 3 months. That's my understanding.



I did make minor tweaks. I made Werdum better and didn't make Roy that much better besides his chin so I was surprised Roy won.

What is fun about this sim is that they do have an upset type ratio in their coding. So upsets do happen.




Just curious but are you able to do this for all the weight classes? I'm out pretty early but I like this game and wouldn't mind giving it another go with a different weight class.



Yes I am going to try to do this with every weight class. Also, there is a new mod out so I am going to use that one now since clearly the last one is really out of date.
ChrisSabal
6/24/12 9:58:59PM
6. Fedor Emelianenko vs 11. Stefan Struve

>We are underway!
>Struve feints left, then right.
>An exchange of strikes doesn't really lead to anything.
>Both fighters come in and exchange strikes, but neither does any damage.
>A left jab misses and Emelianenko counters with a powerful right hook to the body.
>Struve feints an attack, keeping Emelianenko on his toes.
>They come together and strike, but neither can land a clean shot.
>Having stepped in close to throw their strikes, they end up clinched.
>We go past the halfway point of this round.
>Struve uses his wrestling to smother Emelianenko and stop him from using any dirty boxing.
>Emelianenko gets solid control and may be looking for a wrestling-based takedown.
>Struve blocks the attempt by keeping a solid base.
>A whizzer almost allows Struve to create enough space to get free, but Emelianenko shuts that opportunity down.
>Emelianenko attempts to pick Struve up for a slam.
>Struve defends it well though, and slips away from Emelianenko.
>Emelianenko slips out of the way of a jab.
>We have one minute of the round remaining.
>Emelianenko shoots in, looking for a takedown.
>The takedown doesn't work, Struve sprawled to defend it and then works into a clinch position.
>The grappling doesn't go anywhere, and they break apart.
>Round one ends as time expires.
>That was a close round, but I'm giving it to Struve, 10-9.
>And here we go, round two!
>Between rounds, his corner told Emelianenko to watch for strikes but to be aware of takedown opportunities.
>Emelianenko throws a left jab but Struve avoids it.
>Emelianenko feints an attack, keeping Struve on his toes.
>Both throw strikes at each other, both easily defend the other's attempt.
>Struve drops a shoulder, trying to sucker Emelianenko in with a feint.
>Struve circles around Emelianenko.
>It seems that Emelianenko is happy to let Struve circle for the moment.
>Struve throws a left jab but Emelianenko avoids it.
>We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.
>Emelianenko avoids a body kick.
>Emelianenko slips out of the way of a jab.
>Emelianenko looks to be trying to close the distance between them.
>To counter, Struve fires off a left but only finds the gloves.
>Emelianenko steps back to avoid a barrage of big punches, having been off balance momentarily after a clever feint.
>The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.
>Struve feints to the right, trying to draw Emelianenko into throwing a strike.
>Emelianenko steps back to avoid a kick to the body.
>Struve feints going high and then throws a barrage of big rights, with Emelianenko only just able to evade them.
>Round two ends as time expires.
>The fans are booing after a really poor round.
>There was very little to separate them in that round, but I'll give that one 10-9 to Emelianenko.
>There's the bell for the start of the round!
>Struve covers up in the face of a combination of short sharp punches, then fires back with a leg kick.
>Emelianenko steps back to avoid a left jab.
>Emelianenko counters a left jab by using a clean jab.
>An errant jab sets Emelianenko up to counter-strike with a crunching right hook to the body.
>Emelianenko chooses to shoot in on Struve.
>Emelianenko can't get the takedown, Struve defends it well and pulls them into a clinch.
>Struve and Emelianenko break the grapple and are apart again, circling.
>A left hand misses, allowing Emelianenko to counter with a stinging left jab.
>We are now at the halfway point of the round.
>Emelianenko goes to the body and then to the head with a tidy combination to get Struve to cover up, then shoots in.
>Struve stuffs the takedown attempt and then pulls Emelianenko into a clinch.
>The grappling doesn't go anywhere, and they break apart.
>Moving in closer, Emelianenko looks like he may want to try and clinch with Struve.
>Emelianenko grabs Struve and pulls him into a Muay Thai clinch.
>From the clinch, Struve gets caught with a vicious elbow to the side of the head.
>Struve uses his grappling to move from being stuck in a Muay Thai clinch to the collar-and-elbow position.
>The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.
>With a good grip giving him solid control over Struve, Emelianenko looks to wrestle him down.
>Emelianenko doesn't get it, Struve blocked any attempt to move him.
>A whizzer almost allows Struve to create enough space to get free, but Emelianenko shuts that opportunity down.
>Emelianenko tries to use his dirty boxing skills, but Struve uses wrestling to smother the attacks.
>With underhooks giving him solid control over Struve, Emelianenko looks for a takedown.
>Struve blocks the takedown attempt.
>Fedor Emelianenko is breathing very hard.
>Time runs out and that's the end of the fight.
>I have to give that round to Emelianenko, but only a 10-9.
>The official scores are being reported now.
>The judges have given 29-28, 30-27 and 29-28.
>Making 'The Last Emperor' Fedor Emelianenko the winner by unanimous decision!
>Official Result: 'The Last Emperor' Fedor Emelianenko defeats Stefan 'Skyscraper' Struve (Unanimous Decision in 5:00 of round 3).

Fedor Emelianenko wins and will go on to face Alistair Overeem in the 2nd round!!
Budgellism
6/24/12 11:04:31PM

Posted by ChrisSabal


Posted by Budgellism


Posted by ChrisSabal


Posted by Kpro


Posted by Pookie

I wonder how up to date the Mods are on the fighters.

For all we know, Fedor beats everyone 10/10 times if the right fan did the modifications.



He's working off of a mod from March 2012, and I believe may have made minor tweaks for what has happened the last 3 months. That's my understanding.



I did make minor tweaks. I made Werdum better and didn't make Roy that much better besides his chin so I was surprised Roy won.

What is fun about this sim is that they do have an upset type ratio in their coding. So upsets do happen.




Just curious but are you able to do this for all the weight classes? I'm out pretty early but I like this game and wouldn't mind giving it another go with a different weight class.



Yes I am going to try to do this with every weight class. Also, there is a new mod out so I am going to use that one now since clearly the last one is really out of date.



Awesome. I look forward to them.
ChrisSabal
6/25/12 1:04:09PM
7. Frank Mir vs 10. Tim Sylvia


>We are underway!
>Sylvia avoids a nice combination and hits a straight left.
>Mir feints left and throws an excellent combination but Sylvia is just able to cover up in time.
>Sylvia avoids a jab.
>Sylvia steps back to avoid a one-two combination.
>Sylvia gets Mir with a punch to the ribs, but it lacked power.
>Mir presses in closer to attack.
>There is an exchange of strikes, but neither fighter does any damage.
>Neither fighter backs away, instead they both choose to start swinging!
>Sylvia gets caught by a nice left hand to the body.
>We pass the halfway mark of this round.
>Sylvia avoids a leg kick and scores with a nice left hand.
>Mir looks like he might be trying to get in close and wrestle with Sylvia.
>Sylvia ends up grappling for supremacy with Mir.
>Mir tries to wrestle Sylvia backward and up against the cage.
>Mir does it, Sylvia is stuck with his back to the cage.
>Mir tries to keep Sylvia up against the cage for some dirty boxing, but Sylvia reverses so that he is the one in control.
>We move into the final sixty seconds of this round.
>Sylvia smothers Mir against the cage and stomps down on his foot.
>Sylvia stomps down on his opponent's foot.
>Mir takes a knee strike to the inside of his own knee.
>Sylvia tries to hit Mir with a knee strike, but Mir takes the opportunity to switch it around so that he is in control and Sylvia is the one backed against the cage.
>The time runs out on round one.
>Incredibly close round, but Sylvia came out just ahead on my score card.
>We are back underway!
>They exchange strikes, but neither fighter inflicts any real damage.
>Sylvia swiftly avoids a barrage of big punches, having fallen for a feint.
>Mir comes in closer, looking to wrestle with Sylvia.
>Sylvia keeps himself moving out of range, not wanting to grapple.
>Mir avoids a barrage of big right hands.
>Sylvia comes in closer, looking to attack from the pocket.
>Sylvia is now standing in the pocket.
>Always alert, Mir uses good head movement to avoid a barrage of big left hands.
>Breathing very hard, Tim Sylvia is looking ragged.
>Sylvia tries for a right jab but Mir uses head movement to avoid it.
>We go past the halfway point of this round.
>Stepping back, Sylvia creates a bit of distance.
>Sylvia fakes a lunge.
>Time slips away as Mir doesn't press Sylvia, allowing him to circle.
>Despite being tired, Sylvia looks like he wants to stand in the pocket and strike with Mir.
>The two fighters move closer, ready to strike.
>Mir is looking to turn this into a wrestling match, and is getting in closer to Sylvia.
>Sylvia ends up grappling for supremacy with Mir.
>Mir tries to wrestle Sylvia backward and up against the cage.
>Sylvia out-wrestles him though.
>There's under a minute left in this round.
>Sylvia throws a few close-range strikes, but Mir smothers the shots and takes control of the grappling.
>Frank Mir is breathing very hard.
>Mir is aiming to get Sylvia into a Muay Thai clinch.
>Sylvia out-wrestles him though, and gets himself into a better position in the grapple.
>Tim Sylvia looks like he is on the verge of exhaustion.
>Round two is brought to an end as time runs out.
>That was a very close round, but I think Sylvia just about edged it.
>There's the bell and round number three begins!
>Both fighters fire off strikes, neither produces any significant damage.
>An attempted big head kick misses badly, setting Mir up perfectly to counter with a solid right jab.
>Mir steps back to avoid a left jab.
>Tim Sylvia looks like he is almost out on his feet with exhaustion.
>Sylvia comes in closer, despite his tiredness, looking to attack from the pocket.
>The two fighters move closer, ready to strike.
>Stepping back, Sylvia creates a bit of distance.
>A straight left from Sylvia fails to land.
>Mir steps in closer to force the issue.
>A drained-looking Mir tries to close the distance between them.
>Sylvia finds himself pulled into a grappling contest.
>Mir is looking to muscle Sylvia back against the cage.
>Mir can't move Sylvia at all though, and finds himself being out-wrestled.
>Frank Mir seems to be fighting against exhaustion.
>We go past the halfway point of this round.
>The grappling doesn't go anywhere, and they break apart.
>Although visibly tired, Sylvia looks to move in and stand in the pocket.
>Sylvia moves into the pocket.
>In the pocket, Sylvia tries to get a knock out with a scorching left cross but Mir covers up.
>Mir uses head movement to avoid an enormous close-range knock out punch.
>Slowly moving in closer, a ragged-looking Mir wants to wrestle Sylvia.
>He pulls Sylvia into a grapple.
>We move into the final sixty seconds of this round.
>Mir is looking to muscle Sylvia back against the cage.
>Mir achieves it, pinning Sylvia to the cage.
>Sylvia wrestles back against Mir, turning him around so that he now has his back to the cage.
>Time runs out and that's the end of the fight.
>I'd say that was definitely 10-9 in favour of Mir.
>The judges' scores are now being announced.
>The judges give 29-28, 30-27 and 30-27.
>So the winner, by unanimous decision, is Frank Mir!
>Official Result: Frank Mir defeats Tim 'The Maine-iac' Sylvia (Unanimous Decision in 5:00 of round 3).

Frank Mir wins and advances to the 2nd round and will take on Cain Velasquez!!
Kpro
6/25/12 10:16:11PM
Sylvia made it to a decision against Mir! That's a win in my book.
ChrisSabal
6/26/12 2:10:28PM
8. Josh Barnett vs 9. Shane Carwin

>The fight begins!
>Carwin counters an errant left jab with a tasty jab - right cross combination.
>Carwin counters a left jab with a quick combination that ends with a scorching right cross. Barnett barely had time to cover up.
>Barnett goes to the body and then to the head with a tidy combination to get Carwin to cover up, then shoots in.
>It looks like Carwin is trying to grab a guillotine.
>Carwin is unable to apply the guillotine choke.
>The takedown drives Carwin backward, but he uses a nice turn of the hips to spin them around.
>Barnett ends up pressed up against the cage.
>Showing how good he can be at controlling opponents, Carwin keeps Barnett stuck against the cage for over sixty seconds.
>Carwin uses underhooks to gain solid control, and is looking for a takedown.
>Barnett blocks the takedown attempt and turns Carwin around so that he has his back to the cage.
>We pass the halfway mark of this round.
>With Carwin stuck against the cage, Barnett tries to complete a takedown.
>Barnett tries hard but cannot get Carwin off of his feet, and has to settle for slipping behind him instead.
>Breathing very hard, Shane Carwin is looking ragged.
>Barnett loses control of Carwin, who circles out and returns to the center.
>Barnett chooses to shoot in on Carwin.
>Carwin saw the takedown coming, he tries to grab a guillotine.
>The guillotine attempt doesn't work.
>The takedown is successful, it's a single leg that leaves Carwin pulling guard.
>The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.
>Barnett lies on top of Carwin, basically smothering him.
>In guard, Barnett throws a couple of punches designed to keep Carwin guessing.
>Round one ends as time expires.
>That was a close round, but I'm giving it to Carwin, 10-9.
>There's the bell for the start of the round!
>A big right hand doesn't find its intended target, allowing Barnett to fire back with a thudding right hook to the body.
>Barnett steps back to avoid a barrage of big punches.
>Barnett is looking to turn this into a wrestling match, and is getting in closer to Carwin.
>He pulls Carwin into a grapple.
>Barnett is looking to muscle Carwin back against the cage.
>Barnett can't do it though, and ends up being out-wrestled in the grapple.
>From the looks of things, I don't think Shane Carwin has much energy left.
>Carwin and Barnett break the grapple and are apart again, circling.
>Barnett comes in, looking for a quick takedown.
>Carwin cannot stop the takedown, and only catches Barnett in half guard.
>Barnett reaches over and tries to lock Carwin in an arm triangle.
>The arm triangle is fully applied, Carwin is in deep trouble but is still trying to fight free!
>Barnett loses the hold! Somehow Carwin got himself free. That was incredibly close to a finish though.
>Barnett blocks an attempted sweep.
>We go past the halfway point of this round.
>Barnett looks to pass half guard and get side control.
>Carwin keeps his half guard secure.
>Barnett blocks an attempted sweep.
>Shane Carwin looks like he is almost out on his feet with exhaustion.
>There's under a minute left in this round.
>Barnett attempts to arm triangle Carwin from the top of half guard.
>Carwin gets caught by the arm triangle! It's deep, but he just won't quit!
>No! He breaks free. That was really close.
>Carwin tries to sweep Barnett but doesn't get anywhere.
>Time expires and we come to the end of round two.
>I have to give that round to Barnett, but only a 10-9.
>There's the bell and round number three begins!
>Carwin steps back to avoid a one-two combination.
>Carwin slips out of the way of a combination of short sharp punches.
>Barnett is looking to turn this into a wrestling match, and is getting in closer to Carwin.
>Carwin is pulled into a grapple.
>With control of the clinch, Barnett tries to complete a takedown.
>Carwin blocks the takedown attempt.
>Carwin uses a whizzer to turn Barnett slightly, creating enough space for him to break free of the grappling entirely.
>Carwin throws a speculative right, but it is nowhere near hitting.
>Not letting up, Barnett steps in closer to pressure Carwin into action.
>Josh Barnett looks very tired out there.
>We go past the halfway point of this round.
>A drained-looking Barnett tries to close the distance between them.
>He pulls Carwin into a grapple.
>Barnett is looking to muscle Carwin back against the cage.
>Barnett can't do it though, and ends up being out-wrestled in the grapple.
>The grappling doesn't last long, as they soon break away from each other.
>A showdown where they both exchange strikes only results in a stalemate.
>Having stepped in close to throw their strikes, they end up clinched.
>We have one minute of the round remaining.
>Barnett is looking to muscle Carwin back against the cage.
>Carwin isn't going anywhere though, and manages to slip out of the grapple entirely.
>Slowed down by physical tiredness, Carwin still looks to get in close and strike from the pocket.
>Barnett now has Carwin standing in the pocket.
>Carwin, who is visibly tired, looks like he might want to get in close and wrestle with Barnett.
>He pulls Barnett into a grapple.
>The fight comes to an end as the time limit expires.
>There was very little to separate them in that round, but I'll give that one 10-9 to Barnett.
>The ring announcer is now giving the official scores.
>The judges score the contest as 30-27, 30-27 and 29-28.
>Josh 'The Warmaster' Barnett wins by unanimous decision!
>Official Result: Josh 'The Warmaster' Barnett defeats Shane Carwin (Unanimous Decision in 5:00 of round 3).

Josh Barnett wins and will advance to the 2nd round to fight Junior Dos Santos!!
ChrisSabal
6/26/12 2:13:43PM
The Second round is.....

1. Junior Dos Santos vs 8. Josh Barnett
2. Cain Velasquez vs 7. Frank Mir
3. Alistair Overeem vs 6. Fedor Emelianenko
12. Roy Nelson vs 13. Travis Browne

The 3rd round will look like.....

1/8 vs 12/13
2/7 vs 3/6
infestructure
6/26/12 7:06:49PM
I like Fedor's chances against AO
Kpro
6/26/12 11:56:06PM
JDS `should` beat Barnett and roll through the upset special's being the Roy/Browne winner. That other side of the bracket though is intense. Mir vs. Cain facing the winner of Fedor vs. The Reem. Whoever makes it through deserves to be in the finals, even if I did score the Mir/Sylvia fight for Tim
Bubbles
6/27/12 12:17:47AM
Sylvia got screwed!

there are 3 more decisions than I figured there would be...3 more chances to let the simulated judges screw up the fights
ChrisSabal
6/27/12 3:52:34AM
1. Junior Dos Santos vs 8. Josh Barnett

>There's the opening bell!
>They come together and strike, but neither can land a clean shot.
>A left jab misses and dos Santos counters with a left.
>A speculative right hand from Barnett doesn't find a home.
>dos Santos presses in closer to attack.
>There's a stalemate as both fighters throw strikes but neither hits.
>An exchange of strikes doesn't lead to any real damage.
>We move into the second half of this round.
>A feint sets up a body kick from dos Santos, but Barnett is able to move out of range in time.
>A feinted high kick gets a reaction, and Barnett is lucky to avoid the follow-up inside leg kick.
>dos Santos counters an errant left jab with a kick to the ribs.
>dos Santos counters a left jab with a hard kick across the side.
>We're into the final minute of the round.
>dos Santos counters an errant left jab with a pair of nice shots to the body.
>There's a stalemate as both fighters throw strikes but neither hits.
>In close proximity from the strikes they threw, they fall into a messy clinch.
>Barnett tries to wrestle dos Santos backward and up against the cage.
>dos Santos out-wrestles him though.
>Time expires and we come to the end of round one.
>I have to give that round to dos Santos, but only a 10-9.
>Round two begins!
>Judging from what we heard from his corner, Barnett is looking to avoid strikes and take it to the ground in this round.
>An exchange of strikes goes nowhere.
>Barnett darts in, feints a jab, darts back out.
>Barnett goes to the body and then to the head with a tidy combination to get dos Santos to cover up, then shoots in.
>A counter right cross is too slow to catch Barnett.
>Barnett gets a single leg takedown! dos Santos pulls guard off it.
>Barnett smothers dos Santos with his body by pushing forward and down.
>Barnett fires off a handful of punches, each easily being blocked with gloves.
>dos Santos doesn't allow Barnett to smother him against the ground.
>dos Santos works some separation, then tries to quickly scramble his way into a better position.
>Barnett seizes the opportunity, dos Santos was too slow and gets caught in side control.
>We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.
>Barnett tries to slip behind and take the back.
>He finds himself unable to advance his position on this attempt.
>dos Santos tries to move to guard, but Barnett doesn't allow it.
>Barnett throws a few right hands to the body.
>Barnett blocks dos Santos as he tries a sweep from side control.
>Barnett pounds away from side control, but dos Santos isn't troubled by the strikes.
>dos Santos attempts to get some separation in order to try to stand, but can't.
>There's under a minute left in this round.
>Barnett attempts to move to mount.
>dos Santos doesn't let Barnett get the mount, and so he remains at side control.
>dos Santos tries a sweep from the bottom of side control, but doesn't budge Barnett.
>Round two is brought to an end as time runs out.
>I have to give that round to Barnett, but only a 10-9.
>We are back underway!
>Between rounds we could hear the corner of dos Santos telling him to swing for the fences.
>They come together and throw strikes, both miss.
>Barnett moves out of range of a tidy combination of punches.
>Barnett uses a nice combination as a set up, then shoots in for a takedown.
>dos Santos tries to step away from the takedown.
>Barnett doesn't get the takedown, dos Santos avoided it.
>dos Santos is looking to get in close and strike from the pocket.
>Seeing a takedown opportunity, Barnett goes for a single leg, but dos Santos is equal to it.
>Moving in closer, Barnett looks like he may want to wrestle dos Santos.
>dos Santos throws a vicious right as a counter, but it misses the target.
>Advancing, dos Santos counters a left jab by using a scorchingly fast combination.
>We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.
>Moving in closer, dos Santos looks like he wants to strike from the pocket.
>Barnett seems happy to engage with dos Santos in the pocket.
>Barnett comes in, looking for a quick double leg takedown from close range.
>A counter right cross is too slow to catch Barnett.
>The takedown is successful, it's a single leg that leaves dos Santos pulling guard.
>Barnett lies on top of dos Santos, basically smothering him.
>Barnett fires off a few punches, but they aren't thrown with any great force.
>dos Santos throws out some punches, but Barnett leans back to avoid them.
>We're into the final minute of the round.
>Barnett smothers dos Santos with his body by pushing forward and down.
>The time expires on round three, and that is the end of the fight.
>That round goes to Barnett, 10-9 on my card.
>The ring announcer is now giving the official scores.
>All three judges give 29-28.
>Josh 'The Warmaster' Barnett wins by unanimous decision!
>Official Result: Josh 'The Warmaster' Barnett defeats Junior 'Cigano' dos Santos (Unanimous Decision in 5:00 of round 3).

Josh Barnett wins in an upset and will go on to fight the winner of Nelson/Browne!!
Kpro
6/27/12 3:53:47AM
JDS upset by Barnett!

You didn't tweak the mod for JDS over Mir and Cormier over Barnett!
Bubbles
6/27/12 7:54:48AM


you should email these results to Dana
ChrisSabal
6/27/12 10:52:11AM

Posted by Kpro

JDS upset by Barnett!

You didn't tweak the mod for JDS over Mir and Cormier over Barnett!



I can tell you what I thought it was strange with all the upsets so I simulated the Junior/Barnett fight 5 more times and JDS won each time. I guess it was just luck.
ChrisSabal
6/28/12 2:07:51AM
2. Cain Velasquez vs 7. Frank Mir

>And here we go!
>A jab doesn't find its intended target, allowing Velasquez to fire back with a left jab to the cheek.
>A body kick misses, giving Velasquez an opening to score with a series of heavy right hands that just keep coming!
>Mir falls to the ground! Velasquez continues to pound away, sensing victory!
>The referee jumps in and saves Mir from taking any more shots!
>Cain Velasquez takes the victory by way of TKO!
>Official Result: Cain Velasquez defeats Frank Mir (TKO (Strikes) in 0:52 of round 1).

Cain Velasquez will move on to the semis and will fight the winner of Overeem/Fedor!!
ChrisSabal
6/29/12 11:36:17AM
3. Alistair Overeem vs 6. Fedor Emelianenko


>There's the opening bell!
>Emelianenko catches a weak right kick to the legs and uses it to go for a takedown, getting it! Overeem pulls guard.
>Emelianenko unloads with some big right hands, but Overeem deals with them comfortably.
>Grabbing an arm, Overeem attempts to lock on a triangle choke.
>Emelianenko defends well against it.
>Emelianenko starts trying to work to get past the guard.
>He passes guard fairly easily, getting to side control.
>In side control, Emelianenko throws a couple of punches designed to keep Overeem guessing.
>Overeem tries to transition to a guard, but can't manage it.
>Emelianenko starts trying to work to go from side control to mount.
>Emelianenko shifts to mount.
>We go past the halfway point of this round.
>Emelianenko tries to set up Overeem for an armbar.
>Overeem does excellently, defending the armbar and using it to get on top in side control.
>Overeem fires away with rights, and Emelianenko is stung by several big shots.
>Overeem throws a few strikes, but they are without venom.
>Overeem is trying to move from side control to mount.
>He can't get the mount.
>Emelianenko tries to ensnare an arm.
>Overeem blocks it.
>The time runs out on round one.
>I have to give that round to Emelianenko, but only a 10-9.
>There's the bell for the start of the round!
>A feinted low kick sets up a right high kick attempt, and Emelianenko is lucky to avoid it.
>Emelianenko drops his shoulder as a feint, trying to draw a strike.
>Emelianenko counters a spinning right back kick by hitting a superb combination of three quick punches to the body and a great right cross.
>Emelianenko steps back to avoid a kick to the body.
>Overeem bobs and weaves.
>It seems that Emelianenko is happy to let Overeem circle for the moment.
>Overeem steps in, feints a kick, then darts back out.
>We move into the second half of this round.
>Overeem throws a right kick to the body but Emelianenko avoids it.
>Emelianenko steps back to avoid a tight combination of punches after falling for a clever feint.
>Emelianenko chooses to shoot in on Overeem.
>Overeem tries to avoid Emelianenko.
>Emelianenko doesn't get the takedown, Overeem avoided it.
>Overeem is looking to get in close and strike from the pocket.
>He gets into range.
>We're into the final minute of the round.
>Emelianenko uses head movement to make sure that a massive overhand right doesn't find a home.
>Overeem backs away to create some more space.
>Emelianenko is getting in closer to Overeem, perhaps looking for a clinch.
>Emelianenko ends up grabbing Overeem in a Muay Thai clinch.
>From the clinch, Overeem gets caught with a vicious elbow to the side of the head.
>Overeem uses his grappling to move from being stuck in a Muay Thai clinch to the collar-and-elbow position.
>Round two is brought to an end as time runs out.
>I have to give that round to Emelianenko, but only a 10-9.
>We are back underway!
>Between rounds, his corner told Emelianenko to watch for strikes but to be aware of takedown opportunities.
>Emelianenko steps back to avoid a barrage of big punches.
>Emelianenko feints going high but then throws a leg kick, Overeem just avoids it.
>A feint sets up a kick to the body, but Emelianenko manages to just avoid it.
>Emelianenko shoots in for a takedown.
>Emelianenko can't get past the sprawl of Overeem, and finds himself pushed face-down to the ground.
>Overeem pounds away on Emelianenko, landing several good shots to the side of the head in the process.
>Overeem pounds away on Emelianenko, landing several good shots to the side of the head in the process.
>Overeem fires away with big right hands, but can't stop Emelianenko getting to his feet.
>Alistair Overeem is looking really tired.
>We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.
>Emelianenko catches an attempted body kick and goes for the takedown, getting it! Overeem manages to pull guard.
>Emelianenko smothers Overeem with his body by pushing forward and down.
>Emelianenko starts trying to work to get past the guard.
>Emelianenko gets past the guard with a certain degree of ease and gains side control.
>We have one minute of the round remaining.
>Emelianenko looks to get a mount.
>Emelianenko shifts to mount.
>Time runs out and that's the end of the fight.
>Incredibly close round, but Overeem came out just ahead on my score card.
>The judges have given their scores, which are about to be announced.
>All three judges have given 29-28.
>The winner, by unanimous decision, is Fedor Emelianenko!
>Official Result: 'The Last Emperor' Fedor Emelianenko defeats Alistair 'Demolition Man' Overeem (Unanimous Decision in 5:00 of round 3).

Fedor will move onto the semis and will face the winner of Browne/Nelson!
infestructure
6/29/12 5:19:08PM
Yes Fedor! I knew you still had it in you!




If only this were real...
Bubbles
6/29/12 8:09:06PM

Posted by infestructure

Yes Fedor! I knew you still had it in you!

If only this were real...


Coker ran this same simulation and that's why the fight never happened
Pookie
6/29/12 10:12:40PM
Sweet. Fedor FTW.

FYI, i think its in everybodys best interests if you tweak fedor to the maximum.
ChrisSabal
6/29/12 10:46:16PM

Posted by Pookie

Sweet. Fedor FTW.

FYI, i think its in everybodys best interests if you tweak fedor to the maximum.



haha I think the guy already has him tweaked to the max. I would look at him but we are too far in to change anything.
ChrisSabal
6/30/12 2:59:40AM
12. Roy Nelson vs 13. Travis Browne


>And here we go!
>Browne counters a left jab by hitting a stinging left jab.
>Nelson throws out a couple of jabs as a set up, then shoots in for a takedown.
>He gets a big takedown and he ends up in half guard.
>Nelson reaches over and tries to lock Browne in an arm triangle.
>Browne gets caught by the arm triangle! It's deep, but he just won't quit!
>Out of the blue, Browne breaks free! Nelson must not have had it locked up as tight as it looked.
>Browne tries to sweep Nelson but can't do it.
>Nelson attempts to americana Browne from the top of half guard.
>Browne defends it well.
>Browne tries a sweep from the bottom of half guard, but doesn't budge Nelson.
>Nelson attempts a kimura.
>Browne defends himself well and is in no danger.
>Browne tries a sweep from the bottom of half guard, but doesn't budge Nelson.
>We are now at the halfway point of the round.
>The lack of progress forces the referee to stand the fighters back up.
>Nelson looks to be trying to close the distance between them.
>Not wanting to get too close, Browne uses strikes to keep Nelson at a distance.
>There's under a minute left in this round.
>Nelson looks like he might be trying to get in close and wrestle with Browne.
>Strikes from Browne keep Nelson from stepping in too close, and he is forced to step back.
>Backing out of range, Browne circles tentatively.
>Nelson quickly gets in closer, looking to attack.
>Nelson shoots in, looking for a takedown.
>He has the takedown! It's a single leg, and Browne has to pull guard.
>The time is up, and that's the end of round one.
>That round goes to Nelson, 10-9 on my card.
>We are back underway!
>Nelson counters a left jab with a hard kick across the side.
>Browne steps in, feints a kick, then darts back out.
>Nelson feints stepping in.
>Browne feints stepping in.
>Nelson is looking to get in close and strike from the pocket.
>Browne keeps himself moving out of range.
>Nelson counters a left jab with a nice left hand.
>Browne counters a wayward low right kick with a left.
>We move into the second half of this round.
>A straight left from Nelson fails to land.
>Not letting up, Browne quickly steps in closer to attack Nelson.
>A flurry of rights and lefts miss, allowing Browne to hit back with a crisp left hand punch.
>Nelson narrowly misses Browne with a right uppercut.
>Not letting Nelson settle at all, Browne comes in closer.
>The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.
>Nelson avoids a quick jab and hits a leg kick.
>Nelson comes in with a couple of jabs, using them as cover so that he can shoot in.
>A counter right cross is too slow to catch Nelson.
>The takedown is successful, Nelson almost gets side control but has to settle for half guard.
>Nelson is trying to get out of half guard and into a better position.
>Half guard proves to be no trouble for Nelson, who passes to side control with ease.
>Time expires and we come to the end of round two.
>That round goes to Nelson, 10-9 on my card.
>Round three begins!
>Nelson steps back to avoid a left jab.
>Travis Browne doesn't look like he has much left in the tank.
>Browne waits for a flurry of punches to stop, then hits a solid left.
>Nelson steps back to avoid a left jab.
>Although visibly tired, Browne looks to move in and stand in the pocket.
>Browne is now standing in the pocket.
>Nelson uses head movement to avoid a left jab.
>Browne slips past a jab and scores with a solid left jab.
>Browne throws a left jab but Nelson uses good head movement to make sure it slips by.
>Browne circles away, creating some distance between them.
>We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.
>Although visibly tired, Browne looks to move in and stand in the pocket.
>To counter, Nelson fires off a right hand but only finds the gloves.
>Nelson comes in with a couple of jabs, using them as cover so that he can shoot in.
>Browne tries to avoid the takedown.
>Nelson doesn't get the takedown, Browne avoided it.
>Browne uses a right hook to the body, but misses.
>Nelson seems to be waiting for Browne to make a move.
>Breathing very hard, Roy Nelson is looking ragged.
>Although visibly tired, Browne looks to move in and stand in the pocket.
>Browne walks into a big jab, landing right on the cheek.
>The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.
>Nelson throws a leg kick but Browne avoids it.
>Moving in closer, a tired-looking Browne apparently wants to strike from the pocket.
>To counter, Nelson fires off a right hand but only finds the gloves.
>Browne avoids a low kick.
>Roy Nelson looks like he doesn't have a lot left to give.
>The fight comes to an end as the time limit expires.
>I think Browne took that round, 10-9 on my score card.
>The judges' scores are now being announced.
>All three judges score the contest as 29-28.
>'Big Country' Roy Nelson wins by unanimous decision!
>Official Result: 'Big Country' Roy Nelson defeats Travis 'Hapa' Browne (Unanimous Decision in 5:00 of round 3).

Roy Nelson moves onto the semis and will take on Josh Barnett!
ChrisSabal
6/30/12 3:01:13AM
The semis look like this:

2. Cain Velasquez vs 6. Fedor Emelianenko
8. Josh Barnett vs 12. Roy Nelson

Losers will fight for 3rd place
ChrisSabal
7/1/12 4:35:46PM
2. Cain Velasquez vs 6. Fedor Emelianenko


>The fight begins!
>Emelianenko moves in quickly after a wayward punch and hits a solid left.
>Emelianenko slips out of the way of a jab.
>Emelianenko avoids a quick jab and hits a crisp left hand punch.
>A feint sets Velasquez up for an inside leg kick, but Emelianenko evades it.
>Moving in closer, Velasquez looks like he wants to strike from the pocket.
>Seeing a takedown opportunity, Emelianenko goes for a single leg, but Velasquez is equal to it.
>Velasquez uses a right hook to the body, but misses.
>Emelianenko presses in closer to attack.
>Emelianenko looks like he wants to stand in the pocket and strike with Velasquez.
>Emelianenko is now standing in the pocket.
>We move into the second half of this round.
>Standing in the pocket, Emelianenko chooses to shoot in for a double leg on Velasquez.
>Emelianenko gets a single leg takedown! Velasquez pulls guard off it.
>Emelianenko is trying to pass guard.
>After a struggle, he gets to half guard.
>Emelianenko throws some small strikes, but is clearly just taking a moment to try and catch his breath.
>Emelianenko attempts to arm triangle Velasquez from the top of half guard.
>Velasquez stops Emelianenko from applying it.
>Velasquez uses an underhook to work some separation, then quickly scrambles.
>The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.
>The scramble leaves Emelianenko on his back pulling guard.
>Velasquez stands up and backs off, letting Emelianenko stand up as well.
>Velasquez sneaks a glance at his corner.
>Emelianenko presses in closer to attack.
>The time is up, and that's the end of round one.
>That round goes to Emelianenko, 10-9 on my card.
>We are back underway!
>Emelianenko steps back to avoid a tight combination of punches after falling for a clever feint.
>Velasquez uses a feint to get Emelianenko off balance, but the nice sequence of punches that follow don't find their mark.
>Emelianenko chooses to shoot in on Velasquez.
>Velasquez stuffs the takedown attempt.
>Velasquez comes in closer, looking to attack from the pocket.
>The two fighters move closer, ready to strike.
>Emelianenko uses head movement to cause a left jab to sail harmlessly by.
>Velasquez backs away from Emelianenko, creating some space between them.
>Velasquez uses a feint to get Emelianenko off balance, but the nice sequence of punches that follow don't find their mark.
>We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.
>Velasquez looks to move in and stand in the pocket.
>Standing his ground, Emelianenko looks happy to engage Velasquez in the pocket.
>Both fighters go to exchange blows, but neither hits a telling strike.
>Both fighters go to exchange blows, but neither hits a telling strike.
>A left jab misses, giving Emelianenko the chance to hit back with a nice sequence of jabs.
>Emelianenko throws an excellent combination but Velasquez covers up well.
>We move into the final sixty seconds of this round.
>Emelianenko uses head movement to avoid a left jab.
>Velasquez throws a left jab but Emelianenko uses good head movement to make sure it slips by.
>Covering up, Velasquez absorbs a combination of rights and lefts.
>The time runs out on round two.
>That was a very close round, but I think Emelianenko just about edged it.
>Velasquez is already up and pacing around, psyching himself up for the final round.
>We are back underway!
>From what we could hear of his corner, it sounds like Emelianenko has been instructed to try and get Velasquez to the floor in this round.
>Emelianenko steps back to avoid a one-two combination.
>A left jab misses and Emelianenko strikes back with a clean jab.
>Emelianenko moves out of range of a tidy combination of punches.
>A nicely executed one-two combination sets up a takedown attempt from Emelianenko.
>Velasquez sees the takedown coming and tries to move.
>Emelianenko can't get the takedown, Velasquez was too quick to back away.
>Velasquez looks like he wants to stand in the pocket and strike with Emelianenko.
>Seeing a takedown opportunity, Emelianenko goes for a single leg, but Velasquez is equal to it.
>We are now at the halfway point of the round.
>Velasquez looks like he wants to stand in the pocket and strike with Emelianenko.
>Standing his ground, Emelianenko looks happy to engage Velasquez in the pocket.
>Emelianenko uses head movement to avoid a left jab.
>Emelianenko covers up to absorb a tight combination of punches.
>There's a double leg attempt from Emelianenko, from the pocket.
>Emelianenko can't get past the sprawl of Velasquez, and finds himself pushed face-down to the ground.
>Velasquez pounds away on Emelianenko, landing several good shots to the side of the head in the process.
>We have one minute of the round remaining.
>Velasquez fires away with big right hands, but can't stop Emelianenko getting to his feet.
>Emelianenko avoids a jab.
>There's a takedown attempt from Emelianenko.
>The takedown is successful, it's a single leg that leaves Velasquez pulling guard.
>We reach the time limit and this fight is over.
>That has to go down as a 10-9 round to Velasquez.
>The judges have given their scores, which are about to be announced.
>All three judges score the contest as 29-28.
>Fedor Emelianenko wins by unanimous decision!
>Official Result: 'The Last Emperor' Fedor Emelianenko defeats Cain Velasquez (Unanimous Decision in 5:00 of round 3).

Fedor upsets Cain and will move onto the championship!
infestructure
7/1/12 8:41:55PM
After Overeem and Cain, Fedor could probably take Barnett and Nelson at the same time .

ChrisSabal
7/2/12 12:46:00AM

Posted by infestructure

After Overeem and Cain, Fedor could probably take Barnett and Nelson at the same time .




yeah I am shocked by this I just messaged the guy who made the mod and told him about this.
infestructure
7/2/12 1:43:02AM
Did you re-run any other fights more than once? Or just the JDS/Barnett one?
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