There are a few key pieces of information that I would like to provide to any fighters that could potentially fight for Bravado Productions, or for anybody that is already under contract with us:
1 - The way that we manage contracts within Bravado Productions is this: the length of your contract will always be one fight longer than your actual contractual obligations insinuate. What I mean by this, is that if you are being offered a FIVE fight contract, it is, in actuality, a FOUR fight contract.
When you only have one fight remaining on your contract, it is the obligation of the Bravado Productions staff to promptly offer you a new contract that is reflective of your tenure with the company. When you are approached by a staff member with a new contract, your options are as follows:
-You can accept the new contract, and continue with building your legacy.
-You can decline the new contract, and negotiate more adequate terms. We are very open to negotiation.
-You can decline the new contract, and politely request immediate release. If you are on your final fight on your contract, you will be released as soon as possible.
-You can decline the new contract, and request the opportunity to fight out the remaining fight on your contract. This could be a strong negotiation tactic, to put your fighter on a winning streak to raise his market value... although, truthfully, your value to the company goes beyond your winning streak, so this should not be necessary.
2 – When you are offered a fight, you are not obligated to accept. My only request is that you provide me with adequate explanation for why you are refusing to accept a fight. Mutual communication is vital for cooperation- I will do my best to suit your needs. There are only three circumstances where I might offer you a supremely difficult fight:
-If you are a top contender facing another top contender, in order to determine who will challenge for the title next.
-If you are the top contender, and you are facing the champion.
-If you are the champion. No champion will ever refuse a fight because it is too hard.
Just be honest with me from the get-go: If you do not wish to be a title contender, I will do my best to go easy on you- but be warned, I will not run a cannery. If you only want easy fights, this is not the right fight organization for you.
3 – I have been affiliated with this game for around eight years. This is my second account- I allowed my original to be deleted because, frankly, I didn't think I was coming back to this game. I thought I had moved on with my life, but the old adage holds true: once an addict, always an addict.
In eight years, I have never held a fighter hostage while working for a fight organization- and I wouldn't be affiliated with an organization that endorses this behavior. If you don't want to fight for Bravado Productions, I will not force you to do so.
4 – Be courteous and I will respond in kind. Remember that in all things, I'm only human, and I make mistakes just like you do. Correct me when I'm wrong, but be polite about it, and I will do whatever I can for all of you.
5 – Bravado Productions does not condone the use of multiple accounts to obtain an advantage over those that play by the rules. If a manager is found to be actively using multiple accounts, it should be reported to the Bravado Productions management team immediately for review.