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Ultimate Pit Fighting (345K+)

Org name: Ultimate Pit Fighting (345K+)
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Fighters signed: 82
Number of events: 33
Base: New York
Owner: Dale Saw
Ranking (Global): 28
Ranking (City): 3
Satisfaction rating: 66% from 8 ratings.
Smack talk: Smack talk thread
Merch partner: None
About us: Green Lotus is now Ultimate Pit Fighting and we are transitioning from a QFC org to that of a 345K ID restriction. It will take a few weeks to get everything up and running.
Latest News: Ray & Jay's Excellent MMA Adventures: UPF 2: Brutality
  Jay: Hey there guys. How is everyone tonight? (Audience cheers) Welcome to another Excellent MMA Adventures with (points to Ray and he says his name) Ray and yours truly Jay. Tonight we are looking at UPF 2: Brutality. It looks to be a promising night of fights. But let's not just take my word for it, instead we'll get right into the fights. Pops, why don't you start the undercard?

Ray: Wow, your all business this week Jay, did you miss your wake up dab this morning or something? (chuckles). Down to business, I can do that. 

So we start the night off with a welterweight match up. The always dangerous Nick "Nc " Carter faces the teenager Mike "Ike" Leoni. Leoni has a bright future and while he has yet to get his first win, I am sure it is coming soon. Maybe even in this one if he can manage land one big shot, or somehow manage to get the fight to the mat. But more likely the older Carter holds his own and gets the decision here.

Jay: I like this one. It's the opener on the card but still a good one. Both men looking to make a name for themselves. I do like Leoni as well. But he stands no chance in this one. And pops you're flipping crazy if you think I didn't take a dab. Haha. Are you nuts? How could I do this without a dab? Carter will reign supreme in this one.



Ray: Carter by decision

Jay: Carter by KO at 4:59 of Round 3 



Jay: We follow that awesome opening fight with one that's a little lopsided as, in my opinion, Twee "Speedy" Keer completely outclasses Anderson "The Spider" Silva. This one won't make it out of the first round. Twee Keer could win this one anyway he wanted to. So I think it'll be as submission victory.

Ray: I think Silva is a lot better than you give him credit for. But for this fight, I am going to agree that Keer will win this one. Silva looks worn out, I think he has been over trained by his manager and I doubt he will make it out of the first.



Ray: Keer by TKO at 4:20 of round 1

Jay: Keer by Submission (kimura) at 3:22 of Round 1 



Ray: Next up is a bantamweight match with Master Yoda taking on "The Dangerous" Sub Machine. Machine is a dangerous ground fighter and will be desperately trying to take this one to the ground, and if he gets there he could win this one. But Yoda just looks too good, there is no way he goes down. Yoda will have his way scoring an early KO. 

Jay: Did you see Yoda's fight with Gracie pops? Yoda went down faster than a fat bitch that sat down too fast who helped enlarged her ass by running to Taco Bell really fast! Ding Ding! Um Dave, you're talking to my doorbell. Haha. Machine by rear naked choke in the first.



Ray: Yoda by KO at 4:20 of round 1

Jay: Machine by Submission (RNC) at 4:17 of Round 1 



Jay: Dan "Diamond Back" Ferito squares off with none other than Eliz "Anaconda" Gracie for three five minute rounds in the middleweight division, to finish off the undercard. Both men have a perfect record of 1-0 and both men prefer fighting on the ground. I believe that Gracie has this one in the bag, by Submission of course.

Ray: I wouldn't count Ferito out so easily, while they are both ground fighters I expect that Ferito will score some points in the stand up before it ever hits the ground. While Gracie”s age does give him a slight advantage, Ferito can take care of himself on the ground. Gracie will not be able to force Ferito to tap. With a pretty even score on the ground, Ferito will win this one by decision.



Jay: Gracie by Submission (Anaconda Choke) at 1:32 of Round 2 

Ray: Ferito by decision



Ray: The main card starts off with a heavyweight bout that should be an interesting match up. Jekaus "The Wall" Victoro will be facing Sal "The Steamboat" Flores and will have tough hill to climb as Flores is older, more experienced and can handle himself pretty well. The teenager Victoro will most likely not be able to take down Flores like he would prefer, but I think he will surprise us all (except me) when he connects with a head kick that sends Flores into the next county.

Jay: Haha. You have obviously picked the crack pipe back up. And you were doing so well. Three whole day. Damn. Oh well. Flores is dominate this fight through and through. Flores by Decision.



Ray: Victoro by KO at 4:20 of round 2

Jay: Flores by Decision 



Jay: I'll tell you what, this next fight is the fight is in the middleweight division, Francis "TyS" Marlon, who has a submission victory but only holds a white belt, will go up against Devon Lester, who has seven submission victories in seven fights. I think this one will be a huge upset as Marlon will make quick work of Lester's face and perfect record. Quick KO by Marlon.

Ray: That crack pipe comment was too much, you're grounded. About this fight, you are dead wrong here. I don't believe that Marlon has the power to take out Lester and sooner or later this one hits the mat. Lester is a master at submissions moving from one attempt to another smooth as silk. In a five round fight like this Marlon will not have the stamina or will to make it to the final bell. Lester by submission in round 4



Jay: Marlon by KO at 0:45 of Round 1 

Ray: Lester by submission at 4:20 of round 4


Ray: Next we have a middleweight bout pitting Senan "Goldenboy" Whelan against Takeshi "TK" Kamiya. Both fighters are undefeated, Kamiya is a well rounded fighter that holds a weight advantage in this one. Whelan looks impressive and even with the move up to middleweight he wins this one by submission in the first.

Jay: Sure, why not? Whelen in the first.


Ray: Whelen by submission at 4:20 of round 1

Jay: Whelen by Submission at 2:02 of Round 1



Jay: Flit "The Count" Ashter takes on Petah "The Fahmalay Guh " Miller in the final fight before the main events, in the welterweight division. Not sure why, but I like Ashter in this one.

Ray: I also think this one goes to Ashter. I think Miller has a lot going for him but his striking defense is lacking and that will be the difference. But I think Miller goes down for good in the second. 



Jay: Ashter by Decision 

Ray: Ashter by KO at 4:20 of round 2



Ray: In the Co-main event we have Ronaldo "Baixinho" Do Nascimento facing Adonias "Bely Ovelha" Junior in the welterweight division. This is a stand up verses ground game battle, Junior will be desperately trying to keep this one standing. I would like to see Adonias take this one because hey, I'm a fan. But Nascimento's takedowns look too good and he will end up with his third submission victory in the second. 

Jay: I'm thinking once again you've got your head up your ass. Junior is a beast and Do Nascimento doesn't stand a chance here. Junior by KO.



Ray: Nascimento by submission at 4:20 of round 2

Jay: Junior by KO at 3:33 of Round 2 



Jay: And for our Main Event we have Jenkem "Doesn't Train" Jenkins taking on Mothafoka Jones in the heavyweight division. Jenkins doesn't need to train for this one, this will be an easy "W" for Jenkins. And that's all I'm gonna say about that.

Ray: I'm not sure it's fair to ask me about this one because I'm pissed and might be biased. (takes off his hat and Jay laughs) That's right I had to shave my head. I went over to the Cozad gym to meet with Jones and I got lice. I don't see Jones ever winning one until he gets into a proper gym, I mean look at what it is doing to his morale....and mine (rubs his head). Jenkins wins this one by KO at 4:20 of one of the rounds (chuckles).



Jay: Jenkins by Decision.

Ray: Jenkins by KO at 4:20 of round 1,2,or 3



Jay: Well that wraps up a splendid night of fantastic fights. And I'm glad because I need a dab. Haha. Peace I'm out. (Gets up and walks away checking his pockets) 

Ray: And so that's it for now, until next week this is Ray signing off.
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Divisions
Division Fighters Avg. Age Avg. ID Avg. Hype Notes
135 11 21 346194 36 NA
145 3 23 346186 39 NA
155 6 23 345731 39 NA
170 19 22 346155 38 NA
185 13 23 345637 37 NA
205 12 22 346321 33 NA
265 18 24 345866 47 NA
265+ 0 0 0 0 NA
Upcoming Events
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Today's Events / Recent Events
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UPF 3: Luck Of The Irish 2019-03-16 New York

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Top 20 Ranked Fighters (MMA)
  Name Rank
1 Eliz Gracie 1700
2 Zack Milldew 1733
3 Konnor McNuggets 2053
4 Petah Miller 2265
5 Curt Ankle 2269
6 Samuel Westcliff 2354
7 Bigga Deal 2577
8 Adis Tomazic 2578
9 Bill Willace 2593
10 Oleksander Kurtzov 2822
11 Gabriel Torres 2829
12 Jonathan Rain 2863
13 Rob Jones 2892
14 Sal Flores 2951
15 Darrel Hill 3231
16 Paul Duplant 3342
17 Karl Van Der Merwe 3357
18 Sergey Pennis 3384
19 Takeshi Kamiya 3447
20 Kaname Wakamatsu 3468
 
Champions
Weight Name Last Win
No champions crowned.

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Owner:   Dale Saw
CEO: Jack LaBear
 
 
 
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