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TWGC 17 (135lbs, D1): Tokyo Qualifier - Round 1 PBP Commentary


Coming up we have a bantamweight Tycoon World Grappling Championship rules bout between Titan Rain and Zach Makovsky. Chooooooooon! I think Rain might be my favorite fighter, now he's come out to For Heavy Metal we will die!. Over to our ring announcer for the fighter introductions!




166 cm
37 yrs
138 lbs



163 cm
31 yrs
145 lbs


This TWGC bout is 1 fifteen minute round in the bantamweight division. Introducing today's competitors. In the red corner, competing out of Los Angeles, with a TWGC record of 1 wins and 1 losses; Titan Rain! And in the blue corner, fighting out of London, with a TWGC record of 1 wins and 1 losses; Zach Makovsky!
The judges for this bout are Yukihiro Shimada, Shigeki Sano and Taro Takaoka.


The official calls the fighters to the middle and the contest is under way.
Rain shoots in looking for a takedown but Makovsky manages to keep the fight standing, pushing Rain's face into the canvas for good measure before circling away.
Makovsky with the counter takedown but Rain avoids it easily.
Rain looks for a takedown but Makovsky sprawls well.

Makovsky is looking for a takedown here. He's shot in and has managed to get it, finishing up in Rain's half guard.
Score +2 for takedown into guard / half guard: Rain (0) vs (2) Makovsky
Makovsky is trying to control the action in half guard but Rain is working away on the bottom, looking perhaps to get back to full guard.
Rain is doing well to avoid being mounted. He's controlling the position at the moment.
Rain wants to control but Makovsky is keeping busy.
Rain's coaches at Heavy Metal have been working on his defensive grappling in preparation for this fight so let's see if he can get out of this tricky position.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.

Rain is defending against the submission attempts here by Makovsky.
The fighters are pressed up against the cage, both looking to find a bit of space to work.
Rain is looking for a sweep. Makovsky is wise to his cunning plan and keeps the top position.

That's one minute gone in the round.

Makovsky is trying a forearm choke… I don't think that's going to do much at this level of the game.
Makovsky slows the pace down in half guard.

Makovsky seems to be working for a kimura but Rain defends the submission attempt.
Rain is looking for a sweep. Makovsky is wise to his cunning plan and keeps the top position.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Makovsky is looking to take a break and control but Rain is keeping him honest, looking to work from the bottom.
Rain tries to roll over but Makovsky keeps him under control.
The ref warns both fighters not to hold the cage as they work up against the meshing.

Rain looking for submissions off his back.
Rain moves into full guard.
Makovsky stands up and looks to throw the legs aside to pass to side control. Rain swivels though and keeps the full guard.

That's three minutes gone in the round.

Rain had isolated an arm as going for a kimura. Makovsky defends it easily.
Makovsky stands up and looks to throw the legs aside to pass to side control. Rain swivels though and keeps the full guard.
Rain is trying to control the position from the bottom.
Makovsky sitting in guard here, content to control.
Makovsky tries to free his leg and advance position but Rain is retaining full guard.

That's four minutes gone in the round.
Rain keeping moving, preventing Makovsky from controlling successfully.
Makovsky pressing down on his opponent's thigh, looking to pass guard. Rain is keeping the position for now.
Makovsky postures up.
Makovsky pressing down on his opponent's thigh, looking to pass guard. Rain is keeping the position for now.
Makovsky controls from within his opponent's guard.
Makovsky won't allow Rain to sweep him here.

Makovsky has gone for a leg lock! Rain slips out almost immediately though and dives into Makovsky's guard.
Score +2 for sweep to guard / half guard: Rain (2) vs (2) Makovsky

That's five minutes gone in the round.
Makovsky is controlling Rain's posture.
Rain trying to control the position from guard on top but Makovsky is wriggling around, looking for whatever he can.
Rain trying to pass the guard but can't manage it just yet.
Makovsky is trying to control the position but Rain postures up.
Rain works a leg free and moves into half guard.
Makovsky desperately trying to maintain half guard.

That's six minutes gone in the round.
Makovsky is trying to control but Rain passes into side control!
Score +3 for passing guard: Rain (5) vs (2) Makovsky

Rain is looking for a kimura. He might have it! No, Makovsky has escaped the position, nice work there.
Makovsky is positioning himself to get back to half guard.
Makovsky can't do much from the bottom here.
Makovsky felt the need to train up his defensive grappling in the buildup to the fight. Presumably he was expecting to be in a difficult position like this, so let's see if he can get out of it.

That's seven minutes gone in the round.
Rain trying to control the position but Makovsky is working away.

Rain wants to work for a kimura but he's foiled early by Makovsky, who protects the arm well.

Rain is looking to finish here, going for an Americana. Makovsky knows the correct defense though, so he's OK.

That's eight minutes gone in the round.
Makovsky is trying to improve his position.
Rain wants to lay and pray for a moment but Makovsky keeps working.
Makovsky wants to control but Rain postures up.

That's nine minutes gone in the round.
Makovsky stuck in half guard on the bottom here.

Rain tries for a kimura but Makovsky is defending well.
Rain wants to lay and pray for a moment but Makovsky keeps working.

That's ten minutes gone in the round.

Rain thinks about going for a far side armbar but bails out and retains the dominant position instead.
Rain is looking to take a break and control but Makovsky is keeping him honest, looking to work from the bottom.

Rain goes for an armbar here - this could be all over! But no, Makovsky has escaped beautifully and is now on top in side control! Oh, that's unlucky for Rain but great work by Makovsky.
Score +4 for clean sweep to past guard: Rain (5) vs (6) Makovsky

That's eleven minutes gone in the round.

Makovsky is trying to land an Americana. He has the arm isolated but Rain is keeping cool and he's avoided the danger for now.

Makovsky swings around for an armbar but Rain sees it coming a mile off and turns beautifully into Makovsky's guard.
Score +2 for sweep to guard / half guard: Rain (7) vs (6) Makovsky
Rain trying to pass the guard but can't manage it just yet.
Rain looking to control the position here, rather than advance.
Makovsky is trying to keep Rain in close.

That's twelve minutes gone in the round.
Rain passes Makovsky's right leg, so he's now in half guard.

That's thirteen minutes gone in the round.
Rain stalling away here and it's allowed Makovsky to slip out his trapped foot and regain full guard.
Rain trying to control the position from guard on top but Makovsky is wriggling around, looking for whatever he can.
Makovsky is trying to control the position but Rain postures up.
Rain looking to pass the guard.
Makovsky looking to control.

That's fourteen minutes gone in the round.
Rain sneaks a leg through and gets to half guard. That was like a knife through butter how easily he passed Makovsky's guard.
The referee calls for the fighters to work.
Makovsky is pressing down on Rain's left leg trying to get back to full guard. He's managed it.
Boooooooooooooooooooo!!! God, this has been a terrible round. Come on you two, sort yourselves out!
Rain tries to free his leg and advance position but Makovsky is retaining full guard.

Rain drops back, looking for a kneebar! Makovsky looks panicked! The fighters roll across the mat, one looking to finish, one looking to escape. Makovsky looks to have wriggled free... Yes, he's got his leg free and he's dived into side control! Good work there from Makovsky!
Score +4 for clean sweep to past guard: Rain (7) vs (10) Makovsky

And that's the end of the fight!
Makovsky wins on points by 10 to 7.
After the fight, Zach Makovsky was humble in paying tribute to his opponent but made it clear he wants to go on to bigger and better things. It seemed to go down well with the crowd who cheered him loudly.
 
 
 
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