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CEFC 276 PBP Commentary


Coming up we have a heavyweight MMA rules bout between Jer Bear (ranked 3660 p4p, 382 weight class) and Tony Slevin (ranked 7491 p4p, 638 weight class). Bear comes to the cage accompanied by Good Times. Slevin has chosen Metallica - Enter Sandman as his entrance music. Tony Slevin has the power to score a knockout today if he connects clean with Jer Bear's chin.

200 cm
36
275 lbs
20 - 26 - 0
200 cm
42
275 lbs
30 - 17 - 0
Good wrestling
Excellent boxer
Insanely flexible
Good wrestler
Great elbows
Granite chin

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the heavyweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 20 wins, 26 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Los Angeles, Jer Bear!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 30 wins, 17 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Montreal, Tony Slevin!
The judges for this bout are Trevor Gratis, Yves DeLean and William Peck.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Bear lands a jab, followed by a cross and another cross, as Slevin backs up against the cage.

Bear closes the distance and scores a nice trip takedown into half guard. Slevin did well to prevent Bear getting side control.
Bear throwing shots but they're hitting the canvas more than the man.
Bear missing with the ground and pound from half guard.
Bear not throwing his punches with enough precision this time.

Bear is looking for a kimura but he's never going to get it from there.

Bear is looking for an arm triangle, whilst trying to pass to side control. Slevin doesn't seem that keen to cooperate though. No luck this time Bear.
Bear throwing shots but Slevin is blocking nicely.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Bear misses with a head shot. Slevin uses the momentum to regain guard.
Bear postures up and scores with a shot to the body and a follow up elbow to the head.
Bear throwing strikes but missing.
Slevin not looking particularly offensive just at the moment.
Bear working some ground and pound from guard but it's not doing any damage.
Slevin trying to keep a closed guard but Bear is proving a slippery customer.
Bear working some ground and pound from guard but it's not doing any damage.
Bear has been talking about how he's improved his wrestling in the run up to the fight so let's see if that's enough to sway the balance.
Slevin manages to sweep nicely, so he's now on top. Bear manages to get himself to full guard.

Slevin trying to control but Bear is working from the bottom.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Bear wants to sweep but no luck.
Slevin tries to free his leg and advance position but Bear is retaining full guard.
Bear seems keen to control Slevin's posture.
The ref warns both fighters not to hold the cage as they work up against the meshing.
There's a bit of a scramble here and now Bear is on top in guard.

The fighters are pressed up against the cage, both looking to find a bit of space to work.

Bear drops back looking for a leg! Slevin is in trouble here! The fighters roll with the hold and Slevin manages to kick Bear off! Bear jumps back into Slevin's guard.
Bear has been looking to land a fair amount of strikes on the ground. He might be looking to soften his opponent up in order to work for a submission.
Bear missing there with some ground and pound from the guard.

That's three minutes gone in the round.

Bear drops back for a leg but he's not going to get it - he lets go and Slevin dives on top into guard.

Slevin stays in close to Bear's body and controls the position.
Bear controlling the position.
Bear looking to control.
Bear is pulling down on Slevin's head. It's preventing any offense from Slevin, at least for the moment.

That's four minutes gone in the round.
There's not a lot going on here and the crowd are letting the fighters know they're not willing to tolerate a lack of action.
Bear keeping moving, preventing Slevin from controlling successfully.
Bear trying to control the position here.
If this pace continues, the referee will definitely step in and force a standup.
Slevin must be cautious of submissions here, given that his opponent has the superior Jiu Jitsu.
Bear tries to land a sweep but no joy.
Boooooooooooooooooooo!!! God, this has been a terrible round. Come on you two, sort yourselves out!
Bear has a butterfly guard looking to sweep but Slevin has passed into side control.
And that’s the end of the round – the fighters go back to their corners.

Jer Bear dominated that round.
Well, the break between rounds is over. Let's get back to the scrappin!



Bear shoots in and scores a nice double leg takedown into half guard.
Jer Bear overall seems to be getting the better of the ground position in the fight so far.
Bear looks towards his corner to check for any instructions. The corner give him nothing to work with, so he cracks Slevin with a short hammerfist. I guess that's as good as any advice he could get in this position.
Bear not landing any meaningful shots this time.
Bear is just content to waste time from the top position. Slevin takes advantage of the situation and regains full guard.
Bear throws an elbow that misses. Slevin uses the momentum to reverse the position. He's now in Bear's guard. Nice move by Slevin!

We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Bear bucks up whilst keeping hold of a body lock, managing to reverse the position. Now he's in top in Slevin's guard.


Bear gets to his feet and steps away from his opponent.
Slevin throws an overhand right that lands on Bear's shoulder, as Bear tries to avoid the shot.

That's one minute gone in the round.

Bear shoots in for a takedown from distance. He catches Slevin napping and manages to drive through into side control!
Slevin is trying to get back to half guard.
Bear misses with an attempted head punch from side control.

Bear tries for a kimura. Not really close to a finish though.
Slevin is not content to let Bear control the position.
Bear throws a strike aimed at the side of Slevin's head but Slevin avoids it well.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Slevin is working to avoid the ground and pound but Bear connects with a decent elbow.
Bear fails to land a wild elbow strike.
Bear lands an elbow.
Slevin is breathing heavily.
Bear wants to control but Slevin is keeping him busy.
Bear tries to land with some ground and pound but misses.
Slevin is working to avoid the ground and pound but Bear connects with a decent elbow.

Bear tries for an arm triangle. That looks pretty tight to me. Is this one over!?! Possibly, maybe, no Bear has let go of the choke. Obviously it wasn't as tight as we thought!
Bear sitting in side control, looking to soften his opponent up with elbows and hammerfists but Slevin is avoiding damage well and looking to escape the position.

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

That's three minutes gone in the round.
Bear working the ground and pound from side control.
Bear wants to control but Slevin is keeping him busy.
Sloppy strikes there by Bear.

Bear is trying to get an arm triangle but Slevin is defending well.
Bear working the ground and pound from side control.
Slevin takes an elbow right on the bridge of the nose and winces in pain.

That's four minutes gone in the round.
Bear throws a knee to the body but it doesn't do much damage.

Bear tries for a kimura but Slevin is defending well.
Bear is really dominating this fight. Is there anything that Slevin can do to turn this around?
Bear working away diligently from side control. Landing strikes effectively there - that will score him some points on the judges scorecards.
The referee asks Bear politely if he wouldn't mind getting on with it and actually doing something. Bear prefers to stall for the moment though.
The ground and pound from Bear seems to be hitting the mat more than his opponent.
Bear working away.
Sloppy strikes there by Bear.
Bear connects with a decent looking elbow from side control that caused Slevin some visible discomfort.

Bear thinks about going for a far side armbar but bails out and retains the dominant position instead.
And that’s the end of the round – the fighters go back to their corners.

Jer Bear dominated that second round.
The fighters' corners scream their final instructions, as the referee calls time. Here we go, back to the action! Let's get this one finished - here comes the final round!


Bear shoots in with a takedown attempt and he has Slevin pinned against the cage. Slevin gets the underhooks and manages to circle away.
Bear tries to drive through with a takedown attempt but Slevin defends well and Bear ends up having to push Slevin into the cage where they will battle it out in the clinch.
Slevin misses with a hook.

Bear has taken the fight to the clinch.

Bear escapes the clinch and we're back to striking.
Bear blocks a low kick nicely.

Bear feints and then dives in with a takedown. That was a long way out but the feint bought him enough time to close the distance and complete the takedown. Now we'll play guard for a bit and see who can get the better of that position.

Bear decides to stand up and beckons his opponent to follow.
Bear throws a looping left and ducks down for a takedown. He's got his arms around Slevin's waist but Slevin gets an underhook and avoids the takedown by throwing Bear off to one side.
That's three failed takedown attempts in the round for Jer Bear. That's going to take a lot out of him.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Bear looking to take his opponent's legs away with the low kicks.
Slevin has his front leg slapped to the side - a nice low kick landing there from Bear.
Slevin looks to score with a jab to the body but Bear is just out of range.
Bear drops down looking for a counter takedown but Slevin sprawls and moves away.
A slapping body kick lands there for Slevin.
Slevin takes a big intake of breath there - he's definitely tired.
Wooooo! Give it up for these two warriors! They are putting on a show!
Slevin tries to check a leg kick but that clearly hurt him.
Bear clobbers Slevin with an overhand right that has the crowd gasping. That made a horrendous noise.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Bear tries to close the distance and clinch but Slevin swats him to one side with an open hand palm strike and circles away.

Bear closes the distance and presses his opponent up against the cage.
Bear takes an elbow to the forehead.

It looks like Jer Bear has been cut.
Slevin comes over the top with an elbow. That landed flush.
A head punch on the inside from Slevin fails to land.
Slevin scores with an uppercut up the middle.

Bear breaks from the clinch.

Bear dives in and scores a takedown into Slevin's guard.
Slevin wants to sweep but no luck.
Bear throwing strikes but missing.

Bear stands up from guard. Let's bang!
Slevin loads up on a big right hand but Bear slips the punch.
Jer Bear is looking to throw some combinations by the looks of things.
Bear looking to take his opponent's legs away with the low kicks.
Tony Slevin has stepped it up - he knows he needs a finish here!

That's two minutes gone in the round.

Bear lands a head kick that stumbles Slevin and the fighters go to the mat.

It looks like Tony Slevin has been cut.
This has been an exciting period of action!
Slevin preventing the ground and pound from doing any damage.
Bear loading up with the ground and pound but he's missing more than he's landing in this flurry.
Bear slows down the pace of the fight, as he sits in guard.
Bear with a flurry of punches that miss.
Bear trying to control the position from guard on top but Slevin is wriggling around, looking for whatever he can.
Bear keeps in close for a moment and lands a decent shot to the side of Slevin's head.
Slevin working the defensive guard well to avoid strikes from Bear.
Slevin avoiding any damage from the ground and pound.

That's three minutes gone in the round.
Bear working some ground and pound from guard but it's not doing any damage.
Bear working some ground and pound from guard but it's not doing any damage.
Bear throws a big right hand that misses.
Bear wants to control from the top but Slevin keeps moving.

The referee has stepped in and called for a break in the action. We'll restart on the feet.

Bear closes the distance and clinches up, looking for a takedown. He shifts his weight and gets a nice trip into half guard.

Bear is looking for a kimura. It's going to be difficult to finish that from half guard though and Slevin defends it well.
Bear thows a wild elbow that connects with the canvas.
Jer Bear is fighting for a decision here - he's started to take the cautious approach.

That's four minutes gone in the round.

Bear is working for a submission of some sort.

Bear seems to be working for a kimura but Slevin defends the submission attempt.
Bear is controlling the pace.
Bear trying to mount his opponent but Slevin defends it.

And that's the end of the fight!
Jer Bear showed his dominance in that final round.
Well I reckon that's a shut out for Bear, winning every round. Will the judges agree? They are the ones who matter, even if they are often depressingly incompetent. Over to the ring announcer for the scorecards.

Ladies and gentlemen, after 3 rounds of action, we go to the scorecards for a decision.
Judge Trevor Gratis scores the fight 30:27
Judge Yves DeLean scores the fight 30:27
Judge William Peck scores the fight 30:27

In favor of your winner, by unanimous decision... Jer Bear!

Jer Bear seemed lost for words in his post fight interview but he remembered to thank his fans and directed everyone to his website.
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RATING
39%
 
 
 
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