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Budgellism
9/10/12 6:49:10PM

Posted by shaneTpain


Posted by Bubbles

the Asian Sensation: Shinya Aoki



you motherfuckin super slut! I had Aoki up my sleeve this whole time

im gonna go smoke some herbal essence & i`ll be right back with my next pick



Huge session
shaneTpain
9/10/12 7:21:03PM

Posted by Bubbles

haha sorry man. Take his British counterpart, Paul Sass



all is good my canuck bro! after a lot of thinking (& by thinking I mean smoking) I have calmed down

About 20 minutes ago, In between beans I took a 1 knee very Tebow-esque-ly & looked to the North Eastern Canadian heavens. It was at that very moment a flock of Canadian Geese (or a gaggle for short) flew over head in the usual V formation. As I gazed at the natural beauty of those graceful loonie(1$) birds they began to break form! They shaped themselves into a new formation!! A message in the sky!!! The formation was 4 letters. 4 GLORIOUS letters that simply read W .. W .. P .. D .. <--- me

W W P D !!!! YES YES !!!!! IT WAS SO SIMPLE THIS WHOLE TIME!!!
............ What Would Prozacnation Do .........................................

I threw on my coolest pair of shades, put on the blackest wife beater I could find, turned on the worlds brightest lamp & sat down at my table & it all came to me.

Paul Sass would be the obvious pick for me. BUT take in account this Simulator is probably a little out dated. The simulator probably doesnt know how legit Paul Sass really is & how he just made Jacob Volkmann look like an amateur a couple months back. BUT if that is correct then the simulator wouldn't know that Clay Guida just took part in the worst fight of the year & still must hold the Carpenter in high regard. So thanks to the spirit of Prozacnation I choose Clay The Carpenter Guida to jump around like a cave man who just snorted MDMA all the way to the top of the LW tourney mountain !!!
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jjeans
9/11/12 2:25:15PM
Well that's fortunate as my second pick is Paul Sass

The eagle and sassangle. You guys can't win this tournament.
jjeans
9/11/12 2:26:57PM

Posted by jjeans

Well that's fortunate as my second pick is Paul Sass

The eagle and sassangle. You guys can't win this tournament.



Wait he's taken

Fine. I'll take the only guy who's survived with Sass. Took him to the ground and went to split decision with him.

That man is the epic.

Rob "C4" Sinclair
jakewalters
9/11/12 3:04:54PM
If he's eligible in the simulator I take K-Flo. If not I'll take Guillard Lets get it started!

ChrisSabal
9/11/12 4:53:56PM
1. Bubbles - Frankie Edgar
2. jakewalters - BJ Penn
3. Budge - Nate Diaz
4. shaneTpain - Benson Henderson
5. lohmann - Anthony Pettis
6. jjeans - Khabib Nurmagomedov
7. hashyandy4 - Gilbert Melendez
8. infestructure - Joe Lauzon
9. Budge - Eddie Alvarez
10. lohmann - Michael Chandler
11. hashyandy4 - Gray Maynard
12. infestructure - Donald Cerrone
13. Bubbles - Shinya Aoki
14. shaneTpain - Clay Guida
15. jjeans - Paul Sass
16. jakewalters - Kenny Florian

jj unless I missed something I am pretty sure you can have Sass.
jjeans
9/13/12 11:14:50AM

Posted by ChrisSabal

1. Bubbles - Frankie Edgar
2. jakewalters - BJ Penn
3. Budge - Nate Diaz
4. shaneTpain - Benson Henderson
5. lohmann - Anthony Pettis
6. jjeans - Khabib Nurmagomedov
7. hashyandy4 - Gilbert Melendez
8. infestructure - Joe Lauzon
9. Budge - Eddie Alvarez
10. lohmann - Michael Chandler
11. hashyandy4 - Gray Maynard
12. infestructure - Donald Cerrone
13. Bubbles - Shinya Aoki
14. shaneTpain - Clay Guida
15. jjeans - Paul Sass
16. jakewalters - Kenny Florian

jj unless I missed something I am pretty sure you can have Sass.



Awesome. Sass it is!
ChrisSabal
9/14/12 11:57:50AM
First Round:

1. Frankie Edgar vs 16. Kenny Florian
8. Joe Lauzon vs 9. Eddie Alvarez
5. Anthony Pettis vs 12. Donald Cerrone
4. Benson Henderson vs 13. Shinya Aoki
6. Khabib Nurmagomedov vs 11. Gray Maynard
3. Nate Diaz vs 14. Clay Guida
7. Gilbert Melendez vs 10. Michael Chandler
2. BJ Penn vs 15. Paul Sass
ChrisSabal
9/14/12 2:29:42PM
1. Frankie Edgar vs 16. Kenny Florian


>And here we go!
>A nice combination fails to land, allowing Florian to hit back with a big right kick to the outside of the thigh.
>Florian counters a left jab by using a left.
>Edgar goes to the body and then to the head with a tidy combination to get Florian to cover up, then shoots in.
>Florian looks to grab a guillotine off the takedown.
>Florian is unable to apply the guillotine choke.
>The takedown is completed, Florian is on his back and pulls guard.
>The clock runs down as Florian is being smothered against the ground by Edgar.
>Edgar starts trying to work to get past the guard.
>He can't find a way past the guard.
>Florian tries to ensnare an arm.
>Edgar blocks it.
>We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.
>Florian is controlled against the ground, unable to shift Edgar off of him.
>Edgar starts trying to work to get past the guard.
>Florian keeps Edgar in guard.
>Florian tries to ensnare Edgar in a triangle.
>In a show of great skill, Edgar spins out of the triangle attempt and gains side control.
>We have one minute of the round remaining.
>Edgar attempts to roll Florian slightly and take his back.
>Edgar takes the back, Florian couldn't stop it.
>Edgar tries to hook Florian in a rear naked choke.
>Edgar gets rolled onto his back, and Florian spins over so that he is now in guard.
>Edgar should have gotten hooks in before attempting that submission.
>Florian tries to smother Edgar but can't keep control long enough.
>Time expires and we come to the end of round one.
>That has to go down as a 10-9 round to Edgar.
>Round two begins!
>From what we could hear of his corner, it sounds like Florian has been instructed to try and get Edgar to the floor in this round.
>Florian feints going high, but Edgar doesn't buy it.
>Florian steps in, feints a kick, then darts back out.
>Edgar comes in, looking for a quick takedown.
>Florian cannot stop the takedown, and has to pull guard.
>Edgar punches down at Florian, but they are easily taken on the gloves.
>Edgar attempts to pass guard.
>Florian keeps his guard secure.
>Securing an arm, Florian then brings his legs up and tries to lock Edgar in a triangle choke.
>Edgar blocks the triangle attempt.
>We are now at the halfway point of the round.
>Florian is controlled against the ground, unable to shift Edgar off of him.
>In guard, Edgar begins working to pass to side control.
>He finds himself unable to pass guard on this attempt.
>Florian brings his legs up and tries to lock Edgar in a triangle choke.
>Edgar blocks the attempt.
>The referee decides that there is a lack of progress being made and stands them back up.
>We move into the final sixty seconds of this round.
>Florian chooses to shoot in on Edgar.
>A good sprawl stops the takedown, and Florian is brought down to the mat in a loose front facelock.
>Florian prevents himself from being rolled out of turtle position.
>The time is up, and that's the end of round two.
>That round goes to Edgar, 10-9 on my card.
>And here we go, round three!
>It sounded like his corner told Florian to push for takedowns in this round.
>Edgar slips out of the way of a jab.
>Florian throws a barrage of big right hands but Edgar moves out of range.
>Florian uses a nice combination as a set up, then shoots in for a takedown.
>Edgar sprawls, stopping the takedown and forcing Florian down to the ground into a type of turtle position.
>Edgar rolls Florian out of turtle position and into side control.
>Edgar begins trying to get himself into mount.
>Florian keeps Edgar at side control, not letting the mount happen.
>Florian attempts to grab an arm of Edgar from the bottom of side control.
>Florian cannot secure the arm.
>We move into the second half of this round.
>Edgar fires away with rights, Florian is getting pounded.
>Florian is taking lots of shots, and can't seem to find a way out from this position!
>The referee gives Florian time to do something, but eventually has to come in and stop the fight!
>The winner, by TKO; Frankie Edgar!
>Official Result: 'The Answer' Frankie Edgar defeats Kenny 'Ken Flo' Florian (TKO (Strikes) in 3:29 of round 3).

Frankie moves onto the 2nd round and will face off against Lauzon/Alvarez!
shaneTpain
9/14/12 4:42:04PM
Solid win for Frankie!
ChrisSabal
9/16/12 6:16:49PM
8. Joe Lauzon vs 9. Eddie Alvarez


>There's the opening bell!
>Lauzon slips out of the way of a leg kick.
>Moving in closer, Alvarez looks like he may want to try and clinch with Lauzon.
>Lauzon sees a chance for a takedown attempt, but Alvarez is able to defend it.
>Alvarez is looking to turn this into a wrestling match, and is getting in closer to Lauzon.
>Lauzon tries to take down Alvarez as he steps in, but he blocks it.
>Alvarez goes to the body and then to the head with a tidy combination to get Lauzon to cover up, then shoots in.
>Lauzon attempts to avoid Alvarez as he shoots in.
>The takedown is unsuccessful, Lauzon avoided Alvarez.
>Lauzon narrowly misses Alvarez with a right uppercut.
>Not letting up, Alvarez quickly steps in closer to attack Lauzon.
>We pass the halfway mark of this round.
>Alvarez looks to be trying to close the distance between them.
>Lauzon finds himself pulled into a Muay Thai clinch.
>Lauzon partially blocks a knee strike, enough to allow him to wrestle free of the clinch.
>Advancing, Alvarez counters a left jab by using a superb combination of three quick punches to the body and a great right cross.
>We move into the final sixty seconds of this round.
>Alvarez looks like he might be trying to get in close and wrestle with Lauzon.
>Lauzon finds himself pulled into a grappling contest.
>Lauzon smothers Alvarez when he tries to use some dirty boxing, and gains the upper hand in the grapple as a result.
>Lauzon and Alvarez separate and we're back to a stand-off.
>Time expires and we come to the end of round one.
>I think Alvarez took that round, 10-9 on my score card.
>Round two begins!
>Lauzon drops his shoulder as a feint, trying to draw a strike.
>Alvarez slips past a left jab and counters with a right kick to the thigh.
>Lauzon slips out of the way of a jab.
>Lauzon comes in with a couple of jabs, using them as cover so that he can shoot in.
>Lauzon doesn't get the takedown, Alvarez saw it coming and was equal to it.
>Lauzon steps back to avoid a leg kick.
>Lauzon throws a speculative right, but it is nowhere near hitting.
>It seems that Alvarez is happy to let Lauzon circle for the moment.
>We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.
>Lauzon chooses to shoot in on Alvarez.
>The takedown is unsuccessful, Alvarez blocked Lauzon.
>Alvarez looks like he might be trying to get in close to clinch with Lauzon.
>Lauzon tries to take down Alvarez as he steps in, but he blocks it.
>Eddie Alvarez looks very tired out there.
>A drained-looking Alvarez tries to close the distance between them.
>They start grappling, Lauzon looks happy to engage Alvarez at close quarters.
>Joe Lauzon is looking really tired.
>We're into the final minute of the round.
>Alvarez is trying to push Lauzon so that his back is up against the cage.
>He does so, and now has Lauzon pinned to the cage.
>Lauzon is pressed up against the cage and held there, taking the occasional short punch to the ribs and stomach, until the round ends.
>Eddie Alvarez looks like he doesn't have a lot left to give.
>Round two is brought to an end as time runs out.
>I'd say that was definitely 10-9 in favour of Alvarez.
>Round three begins!
>A flurry of punches fail to land, giving Lauzon the opportunity to counter with a couple of hard right hands!
>Alvarez is on wobbly legs, he almost fell over as he attempted to back off!
>Lauzon tries to finish him off with a huge right hook, but just misses.
>There's a short stalemate as both fighters advance and throw strikes, but neither hits.
>They wind up in a tight clinch.
>Alvarez tries to use some dirty boxing, but Lauzon uses his wrestling skills to smother him.
>Alvarez is looking to muscle Lauzon back against the cage.
>Alvarez manages it, and controls Lauzon up against the cage.
>Joe Lauzon looks very, very tired.
>Eddie Alvarez looks like he is almost out on his feet with exhaustion.
>Alvarez catches Lauzon with an elbow to the face from the clinch while he is pressed up against the cage.
>Alvarez tries to use some elbows from the clinch, but Lauzon is able to stop them.
>We are now at the halfway point of the round.
>Alvarez tries to smother Lauzon against the cage, but is struggling to maintain control.
>Lauzon manages to slap on a standing guillotine choke!
>Alvarez can't escape the guillotine, it's tight enough that he has to tap!
>Joe Lauzon takes the victory by way of submission!
>Official Result: Joe 'J-Lau' Lauzon defeats Eddie Alvarez (Submission (Guillotine) in 3:08 of round 3).

Joe Lauzon pulls off the submission victory and will face Frankie Edgar next round!
ChrisSabal
9/17/12 6:35:27PM
5. Anthony Pettis vs 12. Donald Cerrone


>Round one begins!
>Cerrone counters a left jab by hitting a jab.
>Pettis comes in closer, looking to wrestle with Cerrone.
>Cerrone is pulled into a grapple.
>Using his wrestling skills, Pettis is trying to push Cerrone up against the cage.
>Pettis can't do it though, and Cerrone gets a more dominant position in the grapple instead.
>Cerrone and Pettis separate and we're back to a stand-off.
>Cerrone looks to be trying to close the distance between them.
>Pettis finds himself pulled into a grappling contest.
>Cerrone looks to get some strikes in, but Pettis seizes the moment and wrestles his way into control of the grapple.
>Pettis is looking to muscle Cerrone back against the cage.
>Pettis achieves it, pinning Cerrone to the cage.
>We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.
>Pettis drives a knee to the thigh area.
>Pettis drives a knee to the thigh area.
>Pettis uses underhooks to gain solid control, and is looking for a takedown.
>A Greco-Roman slam floors Cerrone, Pettis executed it well.
>Cerrone winds up seated, his back to the cage, with Pettis pressing onto him.
>Pettis tries to lock Cerrone in a choke.
>Pettis gets the guillotine but despite his best efforts he cannot force the tap out!
>Cerrone must have managed to stop the choke being properly applied.
>The hold is released, Pettis realised that he was gassing his arms on an attempt that wasn't going to finish the fight.
>The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.
>Pettis throws a few weak-looking punches as he decides on his next move.
>Pettis stands and gets out of guard, then backs off, wanting the fight standing.
>The time runs out on round one.
>That has to go down as a 10-9 round to Pettis.
>There's the bell and round number two begins!
>Cerrone avoids a high right kick and scores with a barrage of huge rights, knocking Pettis down!
>Cerrone senses victory and starts to unload with punches!
>Dazed as he is, Pettis still manages to do the smart thing and pull half guard.
>Cerrone attempts an arm triangle.
>Cerrone gets the arm triangle fully applied!
>Cerrone loses the hold! Somehow Pettis got himself free. That was incredibly close to a finish though.
>Pettis tries to sweep Cerrone.
>Pettis deeply sweeps Cerrone, ending on top in side control.
>Pettis relinquishes side control, stands and backs off, wanting the fight to continue standing.
>Pettis circles as he plans his next move.
>Cerrone presses in closer to attack.
>We move into the second half of this round.
>Cerrone looks to move in and stand in the pocket.
>Cerrone is in the pocket, ready to attack Pettis.
>Pettis covers up to safely defend against a flurry of rights and lefts.
>Pettis circles away, creating some distance between them.
>Cerrone looks like he wants to stand in the pocket and strike with Pettis.
>Keen to keep space between them, Pettis backs away.
>Pettis bobs and weaves.
>Not letting Pettis settle at all, Cerrone comes in closer.
>We move into the final sixty seconds of this round.
>Cerrone drops down as if looking to shoot, then withdraws, Pettis not having fallen for the fake.
>Cerrone steps in, faking as if going for a shot, but Pettis is alive to the deception.
>The time is up, and that's the end of round two.
>Some fans are booing after a round that didn't feature much action.
>I'd say that was definitely 10-9 in favour of Cerrone.
>Round three begins!
>A body kick misses, giving Pettis an opening to score with a stunning right head kick, Cerrone is knocked to the ground!
>Cerrone recovers his wits quickly, and waits for Pettis to make a move.
>Cerrone is hit with a sharp kick to the calf.
>In comes Pettis looking to get some form of ground control.
>Cerrone moves quickly, scrambling for position before Pettis can get a hold.
>The scramble ends with Cerrone grabbing Pettis and getting a waist lock, gaining back control.
>Releasing back control, Cerrone backs away.
>A straight left by Pettis keeps Cerrone from advancing.
>Cerrone comes in closer to press the issue.
>Moving in closer, Cerrone looks like he may want to wrestle Pettis.
>Pettis finds himself pulled into a grappling contest.
>Pettis smothers Cerrone when he tries to use some dirty boxing, and gains the upper hand in the grapple as a result.
>We pass the halfway mark of this round.
>Pettis is looking to muscle Cerrone back against the cage.
>Pettis can't manage it, and Cerrone gets out of the grapple entirely.
>Pettis slips out of the way of a body kick.
>A huge right head kick is avoided and sets up Cerrone to counter with a hard right kick to the legs.
>Cerrone looks like he wants to stand in the pocket and strike with Pettis.
>Pettis uses movement to keep out reach, frustrating Cerrone.
>We move into the final sixty seconds of this round.
>Cerrone counters a crazy flying knee strike with a leg kick.
>Anthony Pettis is going to end up limping if he takes too many more of those strikes.
>Cerrone looks like he wants to stand in the pocket and strike with Pettis.
>Cerrone is now standing in the pocket.
>A flurry of lefts and rights don't trouble Pettis, who covered up well.
>The fight comes to an end as the time limit expires.
>That has to go down as a 10-9 round to Pettis.
>Here come the official scores.
>All three judges score the contest as 29-28.
>The winner, by unanimous decision, is Anthony Pettis!
>Official Result: Anthony 'Showtime' Pettis defeats Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone (Unanimous Decision in 5:00 of round 3).

Pettis beats Cerrone and will face the winner of Henderson/Aoki next round!!
shaneTpain
9/17/12 9:01:16PM



Pettis beats Cerrone and will face the winner of Henderson/Aoki next round!!



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9/19/12 12:30:35AM

Posted by ChrisSabal


>Alvarez tries to smother Lauzon against the cage, but is struggling to maintain control.
>Lauzon manages to slap on a standing guillotine choke!
>Alvarez can't escape the guillotine, it's tight enough that he has to tap!
>Joe Lauzon takes the victory by way of submission!
>Official Result: Joe 'J-Lau' Lauzon defeats Eddie Alvarez (Submission (Guillotine) in 3:08 of round 3).

Joe Lauzon pulls off the submission victory and will face Frankie Edgar next round!



Is it enough for his 12th OTN award? I think yes!
ChrisSabal
9/19/12 2:46:42AM
4. Benson Henderson vs 13. Shinya Aoki


>The fight begins!
>Henderson feints rushing in, but withdraws.
>Aoki steps back to avoid a flurry of punches.
>Henderson sees a body kick coming and hits a barrage of hard punches!
>A right jab misses the mark and allows Aoki to counter with a sharp kick to the shin.
>Aoki uses head movement to slip past a punch, then hits a kick to the outside of the knee.
>Those strikes to the legs are going to take their toll.
>Henderson checks a low kick and then steps forward to hit a straight right.
>Good head movement allows Aoki to avoid a flurry of rights and lefts.
>Aoki dodges a jab, and fires back with a punch.
>We are now at the halfway point of the round.
>Aoki dodges a jab, and fires back with a straight right.
>Henderson dodges a jab, and fires back with a nice jab.
>Henderson slips past a jab and scores with a straight right.
>Henderson throws rights and lefts, but Aoki covers up well and none of the shots find a home.
>Aoki slips past a jab and scores with a sharp kick to the shin.
>Ben Henderson is showing the effects of the damage he is taking to the legs.
>Aoki is doing the smart thing by targeting the legs.
>An injured leg means that Henderson is going to find his ability to use movement vastly reduced.
>They come together and throw strikes, both miss.
>We're into the final minute of the round.
>Stepping back, Henderson creates a bit of distance.
>Aoki uses a flurry of lefts and rights to get Henderson to cover up, then shoots in looking for a takedown.
>The takedown is unsuccessful, Henderson blocked Aoki.
>The time is up, and that's the end of round one.
>That was a quality round and the fans are really getting into this.
>Incredibly close round, but Aoki came out just ahead on my score card.
>There's the bell for the start of the round!
>From what we could hear of his corner, it sounds like Henderson has been instructed to wrestle Aoki in this round.
>Aoki hits Henderson with a kick to the inside of the right leg.
>Ben Henderson is obviously limping.
>Both fighters advance and strike, but neither hits anything.
>Moving in closer, Henderson looks like he may want to wrestle Aoki.
>Henderson grapples with Aoki, who made no attempt to escape.
>Using his wrestling skills, Henderson is trying to push Aoki up against the cage.
>Aoki ends up backed against the cage.
>Henderson looks for a knee strike, but Aoki out-wrestles him and switches them around so that he is in the dominant position.
>Aoki tries to press him up against the cage, but finds it hard to keep any sort of real control.
>Henderson manages to slap on a standing guillotine choke, and takes Aoki down with it!
>Henderson gets a guillotine but cannot get Aoki to tap out!
>It looks like the choke is not perfectly applied, and that is allowing Aoki to breathe.
>The guillotine is finally released, Henderson may have gassed his arms trying to force the tap out.
>We pass the halfway mark of this round.
>Aoki attempts to pass guard and gain a better position.
>He passes guard fairly easily, getting to side control.
>Aoki tries to get into the mount position.
>Henderson keeps Aoki from mounting him.
>Henderson attempts to pull Aoki into an arm-in guillotine.
>Aoki defends it easily.
>The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.
>Aoki begins trying to get himself into a mount.
>He can't get the mount as Henderson rolls away to stop it, but does take his back instead.
>Round two is brought to an end as time runs out.
>Good round, that's the sort of action we like to see.
>I'd say that was definitely 10-9 in favour of Aoki.
>We are back underway!
>An errant jab sets Aoki up to counter-strike with a kick to the side of the ribs.
>Henderson is looking to turn this into a wrestling match, and is getting in closer to Aoki.
>Henderson grapples with Aoki, who made no attempt to escape.
>Henderson is looking to muscle Aoki back against the cage.
>Henderson manages it, and controls Aoki up against the cage.
>Henderson tries to hit Aoki with a knee strike, but Aoki takes the opportunity to switch it around so that he is in control and Henderson is the one backed against the cage.
>Aoki looks to set up a judo throw.
>Henderson will not go down, he blocks the throw despite the best efforts of Aoki.
>Henderson uses a whizzer to half turn Aoki, creating enough space for him to break away from the grapple and return to the center.
>We are now at the halfway point of the round.
>Aoki avoids a flurry of rights and lefts.
>Aoki is looking to turn this into a wrestling match, and is getting in closer to Henderson.
>Aoki grabs Henderson and pulls him into a grapple.
>With Henderson in his grasp, Aoki tries to set up a judo-style throw.
>Henderson is taken down by a quick inside leg trip, he can do nothing but pull guard!
>Aoki tries to pass the guard.
>Henderson keeps Aoki in guard.
>Shinya Aoki looks very tired out there.
>Henderson tries to pull Aoki into a guillotine choke from the bottom of the guard.
>Henderson uses the guillotine hold to sweep into side control.
>We're into the final minute of the round.
>Henderson punches down at Aoki, but they are easily taken on the gloves.
>We reach the time limit and this fight is over.
>I'd say that was definitely 10-9 in favour of Aoki.
>The official scores are being reported now.
>All three judges have scored it 29-28.
>'Tobikan Judan' Shinya Aoki wins by unanimous decision!
>Official Result: 'Tobikan Judan' Shinya Aoki defeats Ben 'Smooth' Henderson (Unanimous Decision in 5:00 of round 3).

Aoki pulls off the stunning upset and will face Pettis in the next round!!
lohmann
9/19/12 4:17:43AM

Posted by ChrisSabal

4. Benson Henderson vs 13. Shinya Aoki

>Aoki is doing the smart thing by targeting the legs.
>Ben Henderson is obviously limping.



shaneTpain
9/19/12 5:23:09PM



Aoki pulls off the stunning upset and will face Pettis in the next round!!





Bubbles
9/19/12 6:26:27PM

Posted by ChrisSabal
>All three judges have scored it 29-28.
>'Tobikan Judan' Shinya Aoki wins by unanimous decision!
>Official Result: 'Tobikan Judan' Shinya Aoki defeats Ben 'Smooth' Henderson (Unanimous Decision in 5:00 of round 3).



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9/19/12 11:46:57PM

Posted by shaneTpain




Aoki pulls off the stunning upset and will face Pettis in the next round!!








If this happened in real life
ChrisSabal
9/25/12 2:15:40PM
6. Khabib Nurmagomedov vs 11. Gray Maynard


>There's the opening bell!
>Nurmagomedov slips out of the way of a leg kick, having been suckered in with a feint.
>Maynard avoids a quick jab and hits a left.
>Nurmagomedov shoots in for a takedown.
>Maynard tries to step away from the takedown.
>Maynard avoids the takedown attempt.
>Nurmagomedov steps back to avoid a leg kick, having been suckered in with a feinted high kick.
>Maynard uses a nice combination as a set up, then shoots in for a takedown.
>It looks like Nurmagomedov is trying to grab a guillotine.
>Nurmagomedov is unable to apply the guillotine choke.
>The takedown is completed, Nurmagomedov is on his back and pulls guard.
>Maynard attempts to pass guard.
>Maynard gets past, but Nurmagomedov stops him at half guard.
>We go past the halfway point of this round.
>Maynard tries to pass the half guard.
>Maynard gains side control after getting his leg free from half guard.
>Maynard starts hammering away at Nurmagomedov with right hands.
>Unless he finds a way out of this position soon, Nurmagomedov is going to lose this fight!
>The referee has seen enough, he pulls Maynard off!
>'The Bully' Gray Maynard takes the win by TKO!
>Official Result: 'The Bully' Gray Maynard defeats Khabib Nurmagomedov (TKO (Strikes) in 4:04 of round 1).

Gray beats down Khabib and will face the winner of Diaz/Guida next round!
jakewalters
9/27/12 12:46:54PM
Only 1 sim in the last 8 days?? Por que?
jjeans
9/27/12 4:19:23PM

Posted by jakewalters

Only 1 sim in the last 8 days?? Por que?



It takes a lot to write big speeches on the PG... It took me 6 days (about 90 mins a day) to do my 500 prop speech!
ChrisSabal
9/28/12 12:07:31AM

Posted by jakewalters

Only 1 sim in the last 8 days?? Por que?



I have been really busy lately with school and shit. Every time I come on here I just look at it and say later and procrastinate hardcore. I plan on one day just pumping out the whole first round. Hopefully tonight.
ChrisSabal
9/29/12 2:29:15AM
3. Nate Diaz vs 14. Clay Guida

>We are underway!
>A flurry of punches fail to land, giving Diaz the opportunity to counter with a clean jab.
>Guida looks like he might be trying to get in close and wrestle with Diaz.
>Diaz tries to counter with a takedown, but Guida defended it well.
>Guida looks like he might be trying to get in close and wrestle with Diaz.
>Diaz sees a chance to dive for a single leg, but Guida is able to defend against it.
>Moving in closer, Guida looks like he may want to wrestle Diaz.
>Diaz tries to single leg Guida as he moves forward, but he is too quick to step away.
>We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.
>A left jab misses and Guida counters with a scything low kick to the legs.
>Guida steps in, feints a kick, then darts back out.
>Bouncing from foot to foot, Clay Guida refuses to stay still for even a second.
>Not letting Guida settle, Diaz moves in closer.
>Diaz throws a combination of rights and lefts, using them as cover so that he can shoot in.
>Guida tries to time a counter right hand, but can't get it.
>Diaz drives forward and gets the takedown! Guida couldn't quite stop it.
>Diaz ends up holding a seated Guida around the waist, pressing him up against the cage.
>The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.
>Diaz tries to control Guida against the cage, but finds it a struggle.
>Using the cage for support, Guida manages to stand up, bringing Diaz up too.
>With Guida stuck against the cage, Diaz tries to complete a takedown.
>Guida cannot stop the takedown, and has to pull guard.
>The time is up, and that's the end of round one.
>That has to go down as a 10-9 round to Diaz.
>Sitting in his corner, Guida burps.
>There's the bell for the start of the round!
>Guida counters a left jab with a right kick to the thigh.
>Nate Diaz is going to end up limping if he takes too many more of those strikes.
>Guida is looking to turn this into a wrestling match, and is getting in closer to Diaz.
>Diaz drops down to try and catch him by surprise with a single leg attempt, but it is blocked.
>Moving in closer, Guida looks like he may want to wrestle Diaz.
>Diaz seems happy to grapple with Guida.
>Guida tries to use some dirty boxing, but Diaz uses his wrestling skills to smother him.
>Guida tries to wrestle Diaz backward and up against the cage.
>Diaz ends up backed against the cage.
>Diaz is controlled up against the cage and takes a few right hands via some dirty boxing.
>We are now at the halfway point of the round.
>Guida uses dirty boxing to punish Diaz while he is pressed up against the cage.
>Diaz is pressed up against the cage and held there, taking the occasional short punch to the ribs and stomach, for roughly a minute.
>Diaz waits for Guida to try some dirty boxing, then quickly uses wrestling to turn him around so that he now has his back to the cage.
>The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.
>The referee thinks there has been too little progress, and brings the two fighters back to the center.
>A jab doesn't find its intended target, allowing Guida to fire back with a flurry of quick punches to sting Diaz.
>Diaz chooses to shoot in on Guida.
>Diaz can't get the takedown, Guida defended it well.
>Time expires and we come to the end of round two.
>I'd say that was definitely 10-9 in favour of Guida.
>Round three begins!
>Diaz throws a barrage of big rights but Guida is quick to move out of range.
>Nate Diaz is breathing very hard.
>Guida steps back to avoid a tight combination of punches after falling for a clever feint.
>A big right hand doesn't find its intended target, allowing Guida to fire back with a crisp left hand punch.
>Guida comes in closer, looking to wrestle with Diaz.
>A counter left catches Guida above the eye.
>Diaz drops his shoulder as a feint, trying to draw a strike.
>Guida bounces around from foot to foot.
>The fight slows as Diaz sits back and allows Guida to circle.
>We pass the halfway mark of this round.
>Guida comes in closer, looking to wrestle with Diaz.
>Diaz is pulled into a grapple.
>Breathing very hard, Clay Guida is looking ragged.
>Guida is trying to muscle Diaz up against the cage.
>Guida achieves it, pinning Diaz to the cage.
>Nate Diaz looks very, very tired.
>Showing his ability to control opponents, Guida smothers Diaz against the cage while nailing him with short strikes to the body for about sixty seconds.
>We have one minute of the round remaining.
>Unable to get free, Diaz is smothered up against the cage for about sixty seconds.
>Clay Guida seems to be fighting against exhaustion.
>With the fighters having been stuck against the cage for quite a while, the referee bringing them back to the center.
>The time expires on round three, and that is the end of the fight.
>That has to go down as a 10-9 round to Guida.
>Here come the official scores.
>All three judges score the contest as 29-28.
>So the winner, by unanimous decision, is Clay 'The Carpenter' Guida!
>Official Result: Clay 'The Carpenter' Guida defeats Nate Diaz (Unanimous Decision in 5:00 of round 3).

Guida moves onto the next round to face off against Gray Maynard!
ChrisSabal
9/29/12 2:30:01AM
7. Gilbert Melendez vs 10. Michael Chandler

>And here we go!
>Chandler drops his shoulder and feints to step in, but Melendez isn't buying it.
>A couple of quick punches are used to set up a takedown attempt from Chandler.
>Melendez tries to step away from the takedown.
>Melendez avoids the takedown attempt.
>An exchange of blows doesn't really produce any damage or a clear advantage.
>Melendez slips out of the way of a jab.
>Chandler throws a couple of jabs, then chooses to shoot in on Melendez.
>Chandler can't get the takedown, Melendez defended it well.
>Chandler sneaks a glance at his corner.
>Melendez quickly gets in closer, looking to attack.
>Melendez uses a nice combination as a set up, then shoots in for a takedown.
>It looks like Chandler is trying to grab a guillotine.
>The takedown is too fast, Chandler cannot grab the guillotine.
>The takedown is successful, Chandler couldn't quite stay on his feet.
>Melendez ends up holding a seated Chandler around the waist, pressing him up against the cage.
>We go past the halfway point of this round.
>Not liking his options, Melendez looks to get a better position over Chandler.
>He finds himself unable to get the mount on this attempt.
>Chandler hits Melendez with a few weak strikes to the back.
>Melendez smothers Chandler up against the cage wall.
>The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.
>Melendez goes to throw an elbow, but gets smothered.
>Chandler, trapped against the cage, pummels Melendez on the back with several small shots, although they're more out of frustration than anything.
>Time expires and we come to the end of round one.
>I have to give that round to Melendez, but only a 10-9.
>Round two begins!
>Advancing, Chandler counters a left jab by using a couple of hard rights!
>Chandler looks like he might be trying to get in close and wrestle with Melendez.
>The two fighters start grappling for control.
>Chandler has gotten underhooks in and is looking to take Melendez to the ground.
>The takedown is unsuccessful, Melendez blocked Chandler.
>Melendez pushes away and manages to get clear of the grapple.
>Chandler comes in, looking for a quick takedown.
>Melendez attempts to avoid Chandler as he shoots in.
>Melendez avoids the takedown attempt.
>Chandler keeps out of range, assessing the situation.
>Melendez seems to be waiting for Chandler to make a move.
>We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.
>Chandler comes in closer, looking to wrestle with Melendez.
>They start grappling, Melendez looks happy to engage Chandler at close quarters.
>Chandler uses underhooks to gain solid control, and is looking for a takedown.
>Chandler can't get the takedown, Melendez defended it well.
>Melendez uses a whizzer to turn Chandler slightly, creating enough space for him to break free of the grappling entirely.
>A nicely executed one-two combination sets up a takedown attempt from Melendez.
>Chandler looks to grab a guillotine off the takedown.
>The takedown is too good, the attempted guillotine is lost.
>The takedown is completed, Chandler is on his back and pulls guard.
>We move into the final sixty seconds of this round.
>Melendez begins trying to pass guard and get a better position.
>He can't get free of the guard.
>Chandler attempts a triangle choke on Melendez from the bottom of the guard.
>Melendez brilliantly spins out of the attempt and gets side control.
>The time runs out on round two.
>The crowd is buzzing after a very exciting round.
>There was very little to separate them in that round, but I'll give that one 10-9 to Melendez.
>There's the bell and round number three begins!
>A left jab misses and Melendez strikes back with a pair of jabs and a big right hook.
>A nice combination fails to land, allowing Chandler to hit back with a solid left jab.
>There's a takedown attempt from Chandler.
>Melendez sees the takedown coming and tries to move.
>The takedown doesn't work, Melendez saw it coming and got out of range.
>An exchange of blows doesn't really produce any damage or a clear advantage.
>Melendez is looking to get in close and strike from the pocket.
>Chandler lets Melendez get closer.
>Standing in the pocket, Melendez chooses to shoot in for a double leg on Chandler.
>The takedown is stuffed, so Melendez has to go to settle for pushing Chandler up against the cage.
>With Chandler stuck against the cage, Melendez gets the underhooks and looks for a takedown.
>Melendez gets the takedown by using the underhooks for control and working a trip! Chandler pulls guard.
>We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.
>In guard, Melendez begins working to pass to side control.
>Chandler comfortably blocks the attempt and keeps Melendez in guard.
>Gilbert Melendez doesn't look like he has much left in the tank.
>Grabbing an arm, Chandler attempts to lock on a triangle choke.
>Melendez blocks the attempt.
>Melendez fires off a few punches as he catches his breath.
>We're into the final minute of the round.
>Chandler doesn't allow Melendez to smother him against the ground.
>Chandler secures an arm and tries to ensnare Melendez in a triangle.
>Melendez doesn't let Chandler get it.
>Breathing very hard, Michael Chandler is looking ragged.
>Melendez smothers Chandler with his body by pushing forward and down.
>We reach the time limit and this fight is over.
>I'd say that was definitely 10-9 in favour of Melendez.
>The ring announcer is now giving the official scores.
>All three judges have scored it 30-27.
>Gilbert 'El Nino' Melendez wins by unanimous decision!
>Official Result: Gilbert 'El Nino' Melendez defeats Michael Chandler (Unanimous Decision in 5:00 of round 3).

Melendez wins and will face the winner of Penn/Sass in the next round!
ChrisSabal
9/29/12 2:30:32AM
2. BJ Penn vs 15. Paul Sass

>The fight begins!
>They come together and strike, but neither can land a clean shot.
>Sass feints rushing in, but withdraws.
>Sass comes in closer, looking to wrestle with Penn.
>Sass grabs Penn and pulls him into a grapple.
>Sass is trying to muscle Penn up against the cage.
>Penn doesn't let himself be driven back though, and gets out of the grapple.
>Sass looks to be trying to close the distance between them.
>Penn snaps off a strong left jab as a counter, but it only finds the gloves.
>Sass steps back to avoid a kick to the body, having been suckered in with a feint.
>Sass throws out a quick left jab.
>Not letting Sass settle, Penn moves in closer.
>We go past the halfway point of this round.
>Penn comes in closer, looking to attack from the pocket.
>Sass tries to counter with a takedown, but Penn defended it well.
>Penn counters a left jab with a solid left.
>A straight left from Sass fails to land.
>Penn steps in to put some pressure on.
>Penn shoots in, looking for a takedown.
>Sass tries to avoid the takedown.
>The takedown doesn't work, Sass saw it coming and got out of range.
>The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.
>A straight left from Sass fails to land.
>Not letting up, Penn steps in closer to pressure Sass into action.
>Penn comes in closer, looking to wrestle with Sass.
>Sass tries to counter with a takedown, but Penn defended it well.
>The time is up, and that's the end of round one.
>Incredibly close round, but Penn came out just ahead on my score card.
>There's the bell and round number two begins!
>From what we could hear of his corner, it sounds like Penn has been instructed to try and get Sass to the floor in this round.
>Sass avoids a kick to the leg and hits a solid left jab.
>Sass looks like he might be trying to get in close and wrestle with Penn.
>The two fighters start grappling for control.
>Sass is trying to push Penn so that his back is up against the cage.
>Penn doesn't let himself be driven back though, and gains a dominant position in the grapple instead.
>Clinched with Sass, Penn looks to try and take him down.
>Sass attempts to snare Penn in a guillotine off the takedown.
>The takedown is successful, Sass pulls guard.
>Looking to catch his breath, Penn is content to just throw a couple of punches to the body.
>Sass raises his legs and tries to get Penn into a triangle choke.
>Penn blocks the triangle attempt.
>Penn begins trying to pass the guard.
>He can't find a way past the guard.
>Sass attempts a triangle choke on Penn from the bottom of the guard.
>Penn blocks the attempt.
>We are now at the halfway point of the round.
>Sass doesn't allow Penn to smother him against the ground.
>From the bottom, Sass glances an elbow strike off the top of the head.
>Penn tries to smother Sass, but he squirms free.
>Sass tries to lock onto an arm from the bottom of the guard.
>Sass cannot secure the arm.
>We have one minute of the round remaining.
>Penn tries to smother Sass, but he squirms free.
>Sass grabs an arm and raises his legs, trying to lock Penn into a triangle choke.
>Penn blocks the triangle attempt.
>The referee decides that there is a lack of progress being made and stands them back up.
>Round two is brought to an end as time runs out.
>An extremely close round, could have gone either way, but personally I'll give it to Penn 10-9.
>There's the bell for the start of the round!
>Judging from what we heard from his corner, Sass is looking to get the fight to the ground ASAP.
>Sass drops his shoulder as a feint, trying to draw a strike.
>Sass shoots in, looking for a takedown.
>Penn sprawls, stopping the takedown and forcing Sass down to the ground into a type of turtle position.
>Breathing very hard, B.J. Penn is looking ragged.
>Penn tries to ensnare Sass in a D'Arce choke!
>The attempt is unsuccessful, Penn knew how to defend against it.
>Penn attempts to set up an anaconda vice.
>Sass pulls free of the hold as they roll over and scrambles for position.
>The scramble results in Penn having to turtle, with Sass holding him down while facing him.
>Sass rolls Penn out of turtle position and into side control.
>Sass attempts to roll Penn slightly and take his back.
>He shows excellent control to move Penn over and take his back.
>We are now at the halfway point of the round.
>Sass tries to get both hooks in, but can't quite manage it.
>Penn turtles up, with Sass still on top with his back.
>Rolled over from turtle position Penn is left caught in side control.
>Breathing very hard, Paul Sass is looking ragged.
>Sass attempts to grab a leg and kneebar Penn.
>Penn defends himself well and does not give up a leg.
>B.J. Penn looks very, very tired.
>Penn tries to transition to a guard, but can't manage it.
>We're into the final minute of the round.
>Sass attempts an americana.
>Penn defends himself well.
>Penn attempts to secure an arm-in guillotine.
>Sass blocks it.
>Time runs out and that's the end of the fight.
>I have to give that round to Sass, but only a 10-9.
>The judges have given their scores, which are about to be announced.
>Judge #1 scores the contest as 29-28 to Sass.
>Judge #2 has given 29-28 to Penn.
>Judge #3: 29-28 Penn.
>B.J. Penn wins by split decision!
>Official Result: B.J. 'The Prodigy' Penn defeats Paul 'Sassangle' Sass (Split Decision in 5:00 of round 3).

Penn survives a scare and faces Melendez in the next round!
ChrisSabal
9/29/12 2:31:55AM
Second Round:

1. Frankie Edgar vs 8. Joe Lauzon
5. Anthony Pettis vs 13. Shinya Aoki
11. Gray Maynard vs 14. Clay Guida
2. BJ Penn vs 7. Gilbert Melendez
shaneTpain
9/29/12 12:32:06PM

Posted by ChrisSabal

Second Round:

11. Gray Maynard vs 14. Clay Guida





not again
Budgellism
9/29/12 12:37:19PM
Lol, I suck at this.
jakewalters
9/30/12 2:12:46AM

Posted by ChrisSabal

2. BJ Penn vs 7. Gilbert Melendez



I'd love to see this
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