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TWGC 19 (155lbs, D2): Rio de Janeiro Qu - R2 PBP Commentary


Coming up we have a lightweight Tycoon World Grappling Championship rules bout between Michael Kimura (ranked 4252 p4p, 377 weight class) and Rubens Charles (ranked 8678 p4p, 0 weight class). Both fighters will be looking to make this an exciting fight for the fans, I'm sure!




168 cm
27 yrs
157 lbs



170 cm
21 yrs
149 lbs


This TWGC bout is 1 fifteen minute round in the lightweight division. Introducing today's competitors. In the red corner, competing out of Rio de Janeiro, with a TWGC record of 1 wins and 0 losses; Michael Kimura! And in the blue corner, fighting out of Rio de Janeiro, with a TWGC record of 7 wins and 3 losses; Rubens Charles!
The judges for this bout are Emerson Jorge, Thiago Cunha and Edson Gomes.


The fighters connect hands in the middle of the mat and we are under way.
Kimura shoots in for a takedown. He's persisting with it as Charles sprawls well. Charles wins this battle and keeps the fight standing. Kimura gets slowly back to his feet.
And Charles tries to counter it with a takedown but Kimura pushes his down on his head and steps out.

Charles shoots in and scores a nice double leg takedown into half guard.
Score +2 for takedown into guard / half guard: Kimura (0) vs (2) Charles
Charles is just sitting in half guard, waiting for something to happen.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Kimura wants to get back to full guard.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Well, if Charles is going to just lie there, perhaps we should talk about what we're having for dinner tonight… I'm having a ham and pineapple pizza… Yum. Can't wait.
We could do with one of the fighters taking the initiative a bit more on the ground - they're both waiting to capitalize on a mistake.
Charles is thwarting Kimura's attempts to control the position.
Kimura wants to improve his position but Charles is controlling well.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Charles is thwarting Kimura's attempts to control the position.
Kimura is looking to regain full guard. Not this time though.
Charles is just sitting in half guard, waiting for something to happen.

That's three minutes gone in the round.
Kimura has no desire to be mounted, so is trying to control. Charles is working away from the top position though.
Charles trying to control the pace.

That's four minutes gone in the round.
Let's hope that Charles has the urge to step up the pace any second now because for the last 15 or 20 seconds he's just been holding on tight.
Kimura is looking to control Charles's leg but it's slowly edging free. Can Kimura avoid being mounted?
Charles has freed up his trapped foot and advances to mount.
Score +3 for passing guard: Kimura (0) vs (5) Charles
Kimura tries to hold on but Charles pushes him away.

That's five minutes gone in the round.
Kimura is desperately trying to improve his position but Charles has a good base and remains in mount.
Charles takes Kimura's back. Could be looking for a rear naked choke here - either way, Kimura is in trouble.
Score +3 for taking back: Kimura (0) vs (8) Charles
Kimura tries to escape the position.
Charles slows the pace down here. Having a little breather whilst he's in a dominant position, looking to rest and regain some energy, ready to go for the finish.

That's six minutes gone in the round.
Kimura trying to control but not successfully.
Kimura tries to break free.

That's seven minutes gone in the round.
Charles biding his time, looking for the opening.
We're seeing a lot of stalling here from Charles.
Kimura tries to escape but Charles has the hooks in and won't let him break free.
Kimura is working hard here to advance position.

Charles patiently working for the choke. Which fighter will keep their nerve here?

That's eight minutes gone in the round.
So, who will make the next big move? In this position it could be crucial.
Charles avoiding Kimura 's attempts to control his hands.
Charles trying to secure his dominant position for a moment - making sure Kimura doesn't escape.

That's nine minutes gone in the round.
It looks like Charles might be adopting somewhat of a lay and pray gameplan here, which I'm sure won't go down too well with the paying fans in attendance... Or the ring announcers come to think of it.
Kimura wants to escape the position.

That's ten minutes gone in the round.
Charles controlling the position well here. Kimura rolled but Charles kept the hooks locked in and stayed in the dominant position.
Kimura wants to escape the position.

That's eleven minutes gone in the round.
Kimura is very frustrated here, being controlled quite effectively by Charles.
Yet more stalling tactics from Charles.
Kimura tries to break free.
Kimura trying to control the action but Charles just sinks the hooks in.
Kimura is very frustrated here, being controlled quite effectively by Charles.

That's twelve minutes gone in the round.
Charles's corner are shouting for him to control the position and he seems happy to oblige.
The fighters are pressed up against the cage, both looking to find a bit of space to work.
You can see the frustration on Kimura's face… He knows he is in trouble unless he improves his position sooner rather than later.

That's thirteen minutes gone in the round.
Kimura trying to control but he's just got himself in more trouble.
Charles controlling the position well here. Kimura rolled but Charles kept the hooks locked in and stayed in the dominant position.
Kimura trying to control but not successfully.
Charles keeps control of the position easily here as Kimura tries to buck him off.

That's fourteen minutes gone in the round.
Charles is trying to stick to Kimura's back but Kimura is turning into Charles. He's managed to reverse the position - now he's in Charles's guard. Polite applause from the crowd in appreciation of some nice Jiu Jitsu by Kimura.
Score +2 for sweep to guard / half guard: Kimura (2) vs (8) Charles
Charles is controlling Kimura's posture.
Boooooooooooooooooooo!!! God, this has been a terrible round. Come on you two, sort yourselves out!

And that's the end of the fight!
Charles wins on points by 8 to 2.
A relieved looking Rubens Charles thanked the fans for their support and gave the usual line about them being amazing. They seemed to believe that he actually meant it.
 
 
 
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