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Art Davie proposed to Rorion Gracie and John Milius an eight-man single-elimination tournament called "War of the Worlds". The tournament was inspired by the Gracies in Action video-series produced by the Gracie family of Brazil which featured Gracie Jiu-Jitsu students defeating martial-arts masters of various disciplines such as karate, kung fu and kickboxing. The tournament would feature martial artists from different disciplines facing each other in no-holds-barred combat to determine the best martial art and would aim to replicate the excitement of the matches Davie had seen on the videos. John Milius, a noted film director and screenwriter, as well as a Gracie student, agreed to act as the event's creative director. Davie drafted the business plan and twenty-eight investors contributed the initial capital to start WOW Promotions with the intent to develop the tournament into a television franchise. The fight starts with 1 60 min round with the winner winning by KO/TKO/Submission/or decision. Nothing is illegal. The Year is 1995
UFC Openweight Division (100-600 lbs)

UFC Openweight Champion
Rickson Gracie
(4-0)
Currently ranked the p4p #1 fighter in the world, Gracie holds notable victories over Ali, Shamrock and Morrison. Right now its looking like Gracie is ahead of the game, Will Rutten shut down his impressive JJ? Or Will Gracie rein supreme?

Art Jimmerson
(1-0)
Surprised everyone by taking on the great Cassius Clay in the very first UFC event to wear down the legend and get an impressive submission.

Bas Rutten
(4-0)
Currently the number 1 contender for Rickson Gracies Openweight Championship, Bas has stormed through the UFC 3 tournament defeating Renzo Gracie in the finals.

Dennis Alexio
(0-1)


Erick Paulson
(0-1)

Ernesto Hoost
(1-1)
World renowned kick boxing legend Ernesto Hoost joined the Ultimate Fighting Championship with one goal in mind, becoming champion.

Eugene Davis
(0-1)
Currently serving a one year suspension for failing a drug test.


Francisco Filho
(1-1)
Currently riding a victory over Tamura.

Glaube Feitosa
(1-0)
currently riding a huge upset victory of Eugene Davis.

Harold Howard
(0-2)

Hugo Duarte
(0-1)

Jack Fletcher
(0-1)

Jason Delucia
(1-2)
Currently coming off of a defeat from Ken Shamrock, Delucia then joined Shamrocks camp "The Lions Den" and looks to be make a huge comeback into the company.

Karl Mildenberger
(1-1)
World famous Mildenberger from Germany come into the UFC looking to destroy everyone in his path, coming off a defeat to Shamrock, he's looking for a "boxing" match against Hoost.

Keith Hackley
(0-1)

Ken Shamrock
(5-1)
Winner of the ufc 4 tournament, Shamrock holds 3 fight of the night honers wit the UFC, with his only loss coming to the champion Rickson Gracie. Shamrock is the 2nd contender and will be facing the winner of Gracie vs. Rutten.

Kevin Rosier
(2-2)

Kimo Leopoldo
(0-2)

Kiyoshi Tamura
(0-2)
currently expecting to face Kimo in a "loser leaves UFC" match. Both fighters have fought top talent and lost.

Marco Ruas
(2-1)
Runner up to the UFC 4 tourny, Ruas wants to leave his mark in the UFC and evenge his loss to Shamrock.

Masaharu Funaki
(1-1)
The up and coming prospect from Japan is looking to take the openweight belt home with him to Japan.

Maurice Smith
(0-1)
With his only professional fight coming from the Legend Mike Tyson, Smith is looking to pick up a victory and enter in the next tournament.

Michael Gerard Tyson
(2-1)
Boxing legends Mike Tyson is looking to take the growing sport of MMA to his own, with his only loss coming to Tommy Morrison (in which he gassed later in the fight) the future looks very bright for this legend.

Mike Bernardo
(1-0)
The Cape Town- South African is looking to make his mark in the UFC, yet to debut.. he's expected to enter in the next tournament.

Murilo Bustamante
(1-0)
The BJJ expert looking very impressive in his first preformance in the UFC, he's expected to enter in the ufc 6 tourney against Bernardo.

Oleg Taktarov
(2-1)
UFC 1 Vet Taktarov showed he's here to stay, losing a semi final match at ufc 1 to Morrison to fight for the belt, Taktarov is expected to take place in the up and coming ufc tournament

Pat Smith
(1-1)
Street fighter Pat Smith shocked the world by knocking out Ray Sefo in their last bout, will Pat Smith make it to the top of the food chain?

Ray Sefo
(0-1)
Future kick boxing icon Ray Sefo made his debut in impressive fashion before getting caught with a punch by pat smith, how far will Sefo make it in the UFC?

Remco Pardoel
(1-2)

Renzo Gracie
(3-1)
Hot prospect Renzo Gracie wants the UFC openweight title, but with his uncle at the top of the food chain, Gracie will have to wait. After dominating Bas Rutten before getting caught in a toe hold, Gracie definitely has a bright future in the UFC.

Royce Gracie
(0-2)
The only gracie to start off in the game bad, Royce gassed against shamrock later in the round, and received another TKO from Tommy Morrison. Gracie is currently injured and out for 2 months. Will Gracie be a top prospect in the UFC?

Scott Bigelow
(1-1)
Also known as "Bam Bam" Scott Bigelow is a 500lb professional wrestler who is on everyone's radar.

Tommy Morrison
(3-1)
Boxing champion tommy morrison made it to the finals of the ufc's tourny to fight gracie in the finals for the openweight title. With his only loss coming to gracie, how will morrison favor with everyone looking his way.

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UFC 5: Defense Of the Belt
UFC Openweight Championship
Rickson Gracie (c)(4-0)vs. Bas Rutten (4-0)

Tournament Bouts:
Art Jimmerson vs. Dennis Alexio
Glaube Feitosa vs. Erik Paulson
Harold Howard vs. Jack Fletcher
Jason Delucia vs. Masaharu Funaki

Alternate Bouts:
Scott Bigelow vs. Maurice Smith
Mike Bernardo vs. Remco Pardoel

Who will walk out the UFC Openweight Champion?
Who will be the winner of tournament?
Which match will be match of the night?
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Looks absolutely awesome so far, it'd be great to see this succeed. Once upon a time I was thinking about doing a UFC BTB based in 2006/2007, but it just fell through. I'm interested to see how you present your fights, how much detail you include etc. I can imagine writing MMA fights being extremely fun. Being a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu artist myself, I'll be rooting for Rickson Gracie forever, but Bas Rutten would from a neutral fan's perspective, Bas Rutten would make a great champion.

Either way, I hope you stick with this and put some detail in to it because it could be all sorts of amazing.

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UFC 5: Defense Of the Belt
Las Vegas, Nevada
2,093 people showed up for a gate of $104,650

Alternate Bouts:
Mike Bernardo vs. Remco Pardoel

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>First up is a match in which Mike 'Turbo Beru-Chan' Bernardo will take on Remco 'Grizzly' Pardoel in the UFC Openweight division.
>And here we go!
>Bernardo feints rushing in, but withdraws.
>Bernardo uses a clever feint to set up a right high kick, but Pardoel is able to duck under it.
>Bernardo looks to be trying to close the distance between them.
>Pardoel tries to counter with a takedown, but Bernardo defended it well.
>Moving in closer, Bernardo looks like he wants to strike from the pocket.
>Pardoel sees a chance for a takedown attempt, and Bernardo, caught by surprise, has to pull guard.
>Pardoel throws a few right hands, but is mainly trying to catch his breath.
>Pardoel gets pushed back thanks to a butterfly guard, and stands, looking down at Bernardo who remains on his back.
>On his back, Bernardo watches as Pardoel comes in looking to get a dominant ground position.
>Pardoel dives in, but Bernardo pushes him away and starts to scramble.
>The scramble results in Bernardo being on his back pulling half guard.
>Pardoel begins trying to get his leg free of half guard and get a better position.
>Bernardo keeps Pardoel in half guard.
>Bernardo tries to sweep Pardoel but can't do it.
>In half guard, Pardoel begins working to get side control.
>He finds himself unable to get past the half guard on this attempt.
>Bernardo tries to move from half guard to full guard, but Pardoel doesn't allow it.
>Pardoel is trying to get out of half guard and into a better position.
>Bernardo can't keep his opponent in half guard, and Pardoel gains side control.
>Pardoel tries to lock Bernardo into an arm triangle.
>Bernardo gets caught by the arm triangle, and it's deep enough that he has to tap!
>Remco Pardoel takes the victory by way of submission!
>Official Result: Remco 'Grizzly' Pardoel defeats Mike 'Turbo Beru-Chan' Bernardo (Submission (Arm Triangle) in 5:53 of round 1). The match was rated as being Fantastic.
Scott Bigelow vs. Maurice Smith
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>In the last of the preliminary matches, Scott 'Crusher Yurkof' Bigelow competes against Maurice 'Mo' Smith in the UFC Openweight division.
>And here we go!
>Bigelow gets caught with a nice one-two combination.
>Smith does some damage with a barrage of big rights on Bigelow.
>A left jab misses, giving Smith the chance to hit back with a barrage of hard right hands!
>Smith dodges a jab, and fires back with a flurry of quick punches to sting Bigelow.
>Working from inside the pocket, Smith goes high with a jab, then lands a thudding right hook to the body.
>Smith scores with a couple of nice shots to the body.
>A left jab misses the mark and allows Smith to counter with a crisp left hook to the body.
>From the pocket, Smith is able to nail a tasty jab - right cross combination.
>Working from the pocket, Smith stings Bigelow with a pair of jabs and a big right hook.
>Bigelow slips past a tidy combination and hits a clean punch.
>Bigelow tries for a left jab but Smith uses head movement to avoid it.
>Bigelow tries for a left jab but Smith uses head movement to avoid it.
>Smith hits a nice crisp left jab.
>A left jab misses, Smith counters with a quick series of punches.
>Bigelow gets caught with a stiff jab.
>Smith throws a flurry of punches but Bigelow covers up well.
>Bigelow checks a low kick and quickly hits a punch.
>Bigelow tries for a left jab but Smith uses head movement to avoid it.
>Bigelow comes in, looking for a quick double leg takedown from close range.
>A counter right hook catches Bigelow hard, almost putting him down!
>Smith slips past a left jab and fires back with a clever combination that finishes with a nice right cross.
>Bigelow gets Smith with a punch to the ribs, but it lacked power.
>Not letting Bigelow settle at all, Smith comes in closer.
>A nice feint sets it all up, and Bigelow is forced to cover up in order to withstand a couple of big right hands.
>Smith comes in closer, looking to attack from the pocket.
>Backing off, Bigelow makes sure to keep out of range.
>Moving in closer, Bigelow looks like he may want to wrestle Smith.
>A counter right hook catches Bigelow hard, almost putting him down!
>Smith feints rushing in, but Bigelow doesn't fall for it.
>Bigelow avoids a kick to the leg and hits a solid left jab.
>Smith looks like he wants to stand in the pocket and strike with Bigelow.
>Bigelow now has Smith standing in the pocket.
>Bigelow lets a jab sail wide and counter-strikes with a solid punch.
>Bigelow catches Smith with a crisp jab from the pocket.
>Bigelow throws a left jab but Smith uses good head movement to make sure it slips by.
>Stepping back, Smith creates a bit of distance.
>Bigelow comes in closer, looking to wrestle with Smith.
>Smith is pulled into a grapple.
>Getting underhooks, Bigelow looks for a takedown.
>Smith cannot stop being lifted up and blasted with a Greco-Roman slam, he can only pull half guard!
>Bigelow looks to pass half guard and get side control.
>Smith can't keep his opponent in half guard, and Bigelow gains side control.
>Bigelow has good control, and starts pounding away on Smith.
>Smith had better start defending himself, or this will be over!
>The referee gives Smith time to do something, but eventually has to come in and stop the fight!
>The winner, by TKO, is Scott 'Crusher Yurkof' Bigelow!
>Official Result: Scott 'Crusher Yurkof' Bigelow defeats Maurice 'Mo' Smith (TKO (Strikes) in 11:06 of round 1). The match was rated as being Fantastic.
Post Fight: Scott Bigelow announces he wants to be in the next UFC tournament, its kind of hard to argue with him after that performance.

Jason Delucia vs. Masaharu Funaki
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>Moving on to the next match, in which Jason Delucia will take on Masaharu 'Masakatsu' Funaki in the UFC Openweight division.
>The winner will advance into the semi-finals of tonight's tournament.
>The fight begins!
>Advancing, Delucia counters a left jab by using a pair of jabs and a big right hook.
>Funaki moves out of range of a tidy combination of punches.
>A couple of quick punches are used to set up a takedown attempt from Funaki.
>Delucia sees the takedown coming and tries to move.
>Delucia avoids the takedown attempt.
>A weak right kick is countered by Funaki with a stinging left jab.
>Delucia hops around from foot to foot, looking for an opening.
>Not letting up, Funaki steps in closer to pressure Delucia into action.
>Delucia nails Funaki with a great combination, ending with a beauty of a right cross.
>Funaki throws a speculative right, but it is nowhere near hitting.
>Not letting up, Delucia steps in closer to pressure Funaki into action.
>Delucia is looking to get in close and strike from the pocket.
>Funaki catches the advancing Delucia by surprise with a takedown.
>Funaki attempts to pass guard.
>Funaki gets past the guard with a certain degree of ease and gains side control.
>Funaki tries to lock Delucia into an armbar.
>Funaki gets an armbar and applies pressure to the arm, Delucia is in huge trouble!
>No! He pops his arm free. That was really close.
>Funaki feels Delucia prepare to scramble for position and makes sure it doesn't happen.
>Funaki tries to lock Delucia in an armbar.
>Funaki gets an armbar fully applied!
>Out of the blue, Delucia pops his arm free! Funaki must not have had it locked in as tight as it looked.
>Delucia looks ready to try and scramble, but Funaki is quick to move to prevent that.
>Stuck under side control, Delucia takes a knee to the ribs.
>Funaki tries to lock Delucia in an arm triangle.
>The arm triangle is locked in, tight enough that Delucia has to tap out!
>The winner, by submission, is Masaharu 'Masakatsu' Funaki!
>Official Result: Masaharu 'Masakatsu' Funaki defeats Jason Delucia (Submission (Arm Triangle) in 6:04 of round 1). The match was rated as being Decent.
Harold Howard vs. Jack Fletcher
Quote:
>Next up, Harold Howard goes head to head with Jack Fletcher in the UFC Openweight division.
>The winner will advance into the semi-finals of tonight's tournament.
>Round one begins!
>A left hand misses, allowing Howard to counter with a clean jab.
>Howard counters a wayward left jab with a series of quick lefts.
>A jab misses, allowing Howard to counter-strike with a vicious leg kick.
>Moving in closer, Fletcher looks like he may want to wrestle Howard.
>Fletcher walks into a big left jab, landing right on the cheek.
>Howard uses a jab to keep Fletcher back.
>Howard uses a jab to keep Fletcher back.
>Howard scores cleanly with three big right hands in quick succession.
>Fletcher backs off but does not look at all steady on his feet, he has clearly been rocked by that last blow!
>Howard puts everything into a scorching right cross, Fletcher takes it full in the face and is flattened! He is out!
>The winner, by Knock Out; Harold Howard!
>Official Result: Harold Howard defeats Jack Fletcher (Knock Out (Punch) in 3:07 of round 1). The match was rated as being Great.
Were brought backstage to Bas Rutten being interviewed by Joe Rogan. Rutten expresses his desire to be the number 1 pound for pound best fighter in the world, and the only way he can do this is by defeating Rickson Gracie. He's already beaten a grace, forcing Renzo to submit to a toe hold in the semi-finals of the last UFC ppv. Tonight we get a very special treat when undefeated Rickson Gracie takes on undefeated kick boxing sensation Bas Rutten for the openweight championship.

Glaube Feitosa vs. Erik Paulson
Quote:
>Next up, Erik 'Spiker' Paulson goes head to head with Glaube 'Brazilian Warrior' Feitosa in the UFC Openweight division.
>The winner will advance into the semi-finals of tonight's tournament.
>And here we go!
>Paulson counters a right kick to the legs with a solid left jab.
>An errant jab sets Paulson up to counter-strike with a stinging left jab.
>Paulson throws a couple of jabs, then chooses to shoot in on Feitosa.
>A good sprawl stops the takedown, and Paulson is brought down to the mat in a loose front facelock.
>Feitosa fires away with right hands, and Paulson is stung by several big shots to the side of the head.
>Feitosa pounds away on the body and side of the head, Paulson struggles to deal with them.
>Feitosa pounds away on Paulson, landing several good shots to the side of the head in the process.
>Paulson takes a few punches on the way, but manages to get back to standing.
>Paulson slips out of the way of a leg kick.
>Paulson throws out a couple of jabs as a set up, then shoots in for a takedown.
>Paulson gets caught with a right cross though, and his wobbly legs can't support him...down he goes!
>Feitosa senses victory and starts to unload with punches!
>Paulson shows great instincts, pulling half guard to put a halt to the shower of punches.
>Looking to catch his breath, Feitosa is content to just throw a couple of punches to the body.
>Paulson uses an underhook to work some separation, then quickly scrambles.
>The scramble leaves Feitosa turtled up with Paulson behind.
>Paulson pounds away with right hands, hitting several big shots to the body and side of the head.
>Paulson tries to stretch Feitosa out for a rear naked choke.
>Feitosa stops Paulson from getting the hooks in, so the choke cannot be properly applied.
>Paulson attempts to flatten Feitosa out for a rear naked choke.
>The rear naked choke is fully applied, Feitosa has no alternative but to tap out!
>Erik Paulson takes the victory by way of submission!
>Official Result: Erik 'Spiker' Paulson defeats Glaube 'Brazilian Warrior' Feitosa (Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 5:41 of round 1). The match was rated as being Fantastic.
Art Jimmerson vs. Dennis Alexio
Quote:
>Next up, Art 'One Glove' Jimmerson goes head to head with Dennis 'Kaheke the Terminator' Alexio in the UFC Openweight division.
>The semi-finals await the winner.
>There's the opening bell!
>Jimmerson avoids a nice combination.
>They come together and strike, but neither can land a clean shot.
>Alexio counters a left jab by using a nice combination.
>Jimmerson slams a crisp right into the gloves of Alexio, but can't follow up.
>Alexio comes in closer to press the issue.
>They both meet with strikes, but neither does any damage.
>Alexio comes in closer, looking to attack from the pocket.
>He gets into range.
>Jimmerson slips past a nice combination and hits a clean left jab.
>Jimmerson tries for a left jab but Alexio uses head movement to avoid it.
>Slipping past a left jab, Alexio hits a solid right hook to the body.
>Alexio slips past a jab and scores with a jab.
>A left jab misses the mark and allows Alexio to counter with several big right hands, putting Jimmerson down, dazed!
>Without hesitation, Alexio mounts his stunned opponent!
>Alexio pounds away with elbows from the mount, but doesn't really do a great deal of damage.
>Alexio starts hammering away at Jimmerson with punches.
>Jimmerson is barely able to do anything at all, he cannot get out from under Alexio!
>With Jimmerson stuck and taking a pounding, the referee has to stop the match!
>Dennis 'Kaheke the Terminator' Alexio takes the win by TKO!
>Official Result: Dennis 'Kaheke the Terminator' Alexio defeats Art 'One Glove' Jimmerson (TKO (Strikes) in 4:54 of round 1). The match was rated as being Decent.
Were taking backstage again to Rickson Gracie who is taking his main event fight very seriously. He isn't looking past Bas Rutten, but hes ready to take him out easily, like he has with all of his opponents, then defeat Ken Shamrock in their second match.

Masaharu Funaki vs. Harold Howard
Quote:
>Moving on, Harold Howard fights Masaharu 'Masakatsu' Funaki in the UFC Openweight division.
>A place in the final of tonight's tournament is at stake.
>There's the opening bell!
>A left hand misses, allowing Funaki to counter with a series of quick lefts.
>Howard avoids a jab.
>Funaki is looking to turn this into a wrestling match, and is getting in closer to Howard.
>Funaki grabs Howard and pulls him into a grapple.
>Funaki tries to wrestle Howard backward and up against the cage.
>Howard out-wrestles him though.
>The grappling doesn't go anywhere, and they break apart.
>Funaki slips out of the way of a jab.
>A left jab misses and Funaki strikes back with a series of quick lefts.
>Funaki avoids a jab and scores with a flurry of jabs and straight punches.
>Moving in closer, Funaki looks like he wants to strike from the pocket.
>Howard throws a big right first, but it just misses.
>Funaki uses a right hook to the body, but misses.
>It seems that Howard is happy to let Funaki circle for the moment.
>Funaki looks to be trying to close the distance between them.
>Funaki can't get near enough to engage, Howard uses strikes to keep him out of range.
>Moving in closer, Funaki looks like he wants to strike from the pocket.
>Howard uses his strikes to stop Funaki from getting too close.
>Funaki counters a weak right kick with a series of quick lefts.
>Funaki is looking to turn this into a wrestling match, and is getting in closer to Howard.
>He pulls Howard into a grapple.
>Funaki tries to use his dirty boxing skills, but Howard uses wrestling to smother the attacks.
>Funaki is looking to muscle Howard back against the cage.
>Funaki can't move Howard at all though, and finds himself being out-wrestled.
>The grappling doesn't last long, as they soon break away from each other.
>Funaki counters a wayward left jab with a nice left hand.
>Moving in closer, Funaki looks like he may want to wrestle Howard.
>Howard finds himself pulled into a grappling contest.
>Using his wrestling skills, Funaki is trying to push Howard up against the cage.
>Howard out-wrestles him though.
>The grappling doesn't go anywhere, and they break apart.
>Funaki looks like he might be trying to get in close and wrestle with Howard.
>Funaki can't get close enough to grapple, Howard makes sure to keep out of range.
>Funaki looks to be trying to close the distance between them.
>Howard finds himself pulled into a grappling contest.
>Funaki is looking to muscle Howard back against the cage.
>Howard doesn't let himself be driven back though, and gains a dominant position in the grapple instead.
>The grapple breaks up after a short struggle, and the two fighters step apart.
>Howard slips past a left jab and fires back with a left jab to the cheek.
>Howard tries for a left jab but Funaki moves out of range.
>Harold Howard is looking really tired.
>Funaki looks like he wants to stand in the pocket and strike with Howard.
>Howard uses movement to keep out reach, frustrating Funaki.
>Funaki looks like he wants to stand in the pocket and strike with Howard.
>Howard uses movement to keep out reach, frustrating Funaki.
>Funaki comes in closer, looking to wrestle with Howard.
>Howard finds himself pulled into a grappling contest.
>Funaki tries to wrestle Howard backward and up against the cage.
>Funaki can't do it though, and Howard gets a more dominant position in the grapple instead.
>The grappling doesn't last long, as they soon break away from each other.
>There's a takedown attempt from Funaki.
>Howard sprawls well, and Funaki is forced down to his knees, almost turtled up.
>Masaharu Funaki is breathing very hard.
>Howard tries to roll Funaki and get a side mount, but can't do it.
>Funaki takes the opportunity to stand up.
>Funaki counters a left jab by hitting a series of quick jabs.
>A drained-looking Funaki tries to close the distance between them.
>Howard ends up grappling for supremacy with Funaki.
>Funaki is trying to push Howard so that his back is up against the cage.
>Howard out-wrestles him though.
>From the looks of things, I don't think Harold Howard has much energy left.
>The grappling doesn't last long, as they soon break away from each other.
>Funaki throws a couple of ragged-looking jabs as a set up, then attempts a takedown.
>Howard sees the takedown coming and tries to move.
>Howard avoids the takedown attempt.
>An errant jab sets Howard up to counter-strike with a couple of hard rights!
>Looking glassy-eyed, Funaki staggers backward...he may have been stunned by that last blow!
>Howard catches Funaki with a barrage of big right hands and puts him down on the ground!
>Howard quickly gets on top of his dazed opponent, but is stopped at half guard.
>Howard gets up out of half guard and backs off, allowing Funaki time to stand too.
>A tired Funaki moves forward, looking for a takedown.
>Howard tries to avoid the takedown.
>Funaki doesn't get the takedown, Howard avoided it.
>The gas tank looks empty on Harold Howard.
>Funaki fakes a lunge.
>The fight slows as Howard sits back and allows Funaki to circle.
>Masaharu Funaki looks like he doesn't have a lot left to give.
>A drained-looking Funaki tries to close the distance between them.
>He pulls Howard into a grapple.
>Funaki tries to use his dirty boxing skills, but Howard uses wrestling to smother the attacks.
>Using his wrestling skills, Funaki is trying to push Howard up against the cage.
>Funaki can't do it though, and Howard gets a more dominant position in the grapple instead.
>Howard and Funaki separate and we're back to a stand-off.
>A left jab misses and Funaki strikes back with a nice left hand.
>Funaki, who is visibly tired, looks like he might want to get in close and wrestle with Howard.
>Howard finds himself pulled into a grappling contest.
>Funaki tries to wrestle Howard backward and up against the cage.
>Funaki can't do it though, and ends up being out-wrestled in the grapple.
>The gas tank looks empty on Masaharu Funaki.
>Howard and Funaki separate and we're back to a stand-off.
>Moving in closer, a tired-looking Funaki apparently wants to strike from the pocket.
>Howard now has Funaki standing in the pocket.
>There's a ragged-looking double leg attempt from Funaki, from the pocket.
>He has the takedown! Howard pulls guard.
>Funaki pounds away with elbows, but doesn't do much damage, if any, Howard is comfortable holding guard.
>Howard attempts a triangle choke on Funaki from the bottom of the guard.
>Funaki defends well against it.
>Perhaps looking to create space for a leglock, Funaki tries to break the guard apart.
>Funaki breaks the guard and swiftly applies a kneebar...Howard has to tap out!
>The winner, by submission; Masaharu Funaki!
>Official Result: Masaharu 'Masakatsu' Funaki defeats Harold Howard (Submission (Kneebar) in 23:15 of round 1). The match was rated as being Poor.
Dennis Alexio vs. Erick Paulson
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>Next up, Dennis 'Kaheke the Terminator' Alexio will take on Erik 'Spiker' Paulson in the UFC Openweight division.
>The winner of this match will appear in the tournament finals.
>There's the opening bell!
>They come together and strike, but neither can land a clean shot.
>Alexio tries for a left jab but Paulson moves out of range.
>Moving in closer, Paulson looks like he may want to wrestle Alexio.
>Alexio finds himself pulled into a grappling contest.
>Paulson tries to wrestle Alexio backward and up against the cage.
>Alexio out-wrestles him though.
>The grapple breaks up after a short struggle, and the two fighters step apart.
>Alexio looks like he wants to stand in the pocket and strike with Paulson.
>Paulson tries to counter with a takedown, but Alexio defended it well.
>Paulson comes in closer, looking to wrestle with Alexio.
>Paulson can't get near enough to engage, Alexio uses strikes to keep him out of range.
>Paulson comes in closer, looking to wrestle with Alexio.
>He pulls Alexio into a grapple.
>Paulson is trying to muscle Alexio up against the cage.
>Paulson can't do it though, and Alexio gets a more dominant position in the grapple instead.
>Alexio and Paulson break the grapple and are apart again, circling.
>Paulson throws a couple of jabs, then chooses to shoot in on Alexio.
>Alexio sees the takedown coming and tries to move.
>Paulson can't get the takedown, Alexio was too quick to back away.
>Paulson looks like he might be trying to get in close and wrestle with Alexio.
>Alexio uses his strikes to stop Paulson from getting close enough to grapple.
>Moving in closer, Paulson looks like he may want to wrestle Alexio.
>Paulson can't get close enough to grapple, Alexio keeps him away with strikes.
>Paulson avoids a kick to the leg and hits a straight left.
>Paulson narrowly misses Alexio with a right uppercut.
>Not letting up, Alexio quickly steps in closer to attack Paulson.
>Paulson sees a right body kick coming, grabs it, shoots in for a takedown, and gets it! Alexio pulls guard.
>In guard, Paulson begins working to pass to side control.
>Paulson passes to side control with ease.
>Paulson starts trying to work to use side control as a way to get behind Alexio.
>He takes the back!
>Paulson attempts a rear naked choke.
>The rear naked choke is in deep, Alexio has to tap out!
>The winner, by submission, is Erik 'Spiker' Paulson!
>Official Result: Erik 'Spiker' Paulson defeats Dennis 'Kaheke the Terminator' Alexio (Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 8:28 of round 1). The match was rated as being Decent.
Were now brought to the hype video of Gracie vs. Rutten, were also shown an undercard bout to buy some time so both men in the finals can get some rest of.

Masaharu Funaki vs. Erick Paulson
Quote:
>The co-main event is up next. Erik 'Spiker' Paulson squares off with Masaharu 'Masakatsu' Funaki in the UFC Openweight division.
>The fight begins!
>Paulson avoids a flurry of punches.
>Moving in closer, Funaki looks like he may want to wrestle Paulson.
>The two fighters start grappling for control.
>Using his wrestling skills, Funaki is trying to push Paulson up against the cage.
>He does so, and now has Paulson pinned to the cage.
>Funaki steps back from Paulson and looks to unleash some strikes.
>Using good head movement, Paulson ducks under a punch and scores with a clean punch.
>Paulson catches Funaki with a solid jab.
>Funaki uses head movement to avoid a left jab.
>Standing in the pocket, Paulson chooses to shoot in for a double leg on Funaki.
>A good sprawl stops the takedown, and Paulson is brought down to the mat in a loose front facelock.
>Funaki hits a short knee to the side of the head of the turtled Paulson.
>Paulson is rolled over onto his back, where Funaki secures side control.
>Funaki attempts to roll Paulson slightly and take his back.
>Paulson tries to escape but only succeeds in giving up his back!
>Funaki increases his control by getting both hooks in.
>Funaki, with both hooks in, attempts to get a rear naked choke fully applied.
>Paulson doesn't allow the rear naked choke to be applied.
>Funaki, with both hooks fully in, tries to get the rear naked choke applied.
>The rear naked choke is fully applied, Funaki has Paulson flattened out completely, there is no option but to tap out!
>The winner, by submission, is Masaharu 'Masakatsu' Funaki!
>Official Result: Masaharu 'Masakatsu' Funaki defeats Erik 'Spiker' Paulson (Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 4:32 of round 1). The match was rated as being Great.
Post Fight: Funaki expresses fighting for the belt in Japan, it doesn't matter who he faces, hes open to the idea of Gracie/Rutten/or Shamrock. Funaki is our 3rd tournament winner and will now fight for the championship in the near future. He wants some time off to train for the fight though. He also expresses the idea of fighting Gracie in his native country of Brazil. With so many opportunities and choices to pick, its going to be a very interesting next couple of months in the UFC.

UFC Openweight Championship

Rickson Gracie (c)(4-0)vs. Bas Rutten (4-0)
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>It's time for the main event of the evening! 'Lord' Rickson Gracie fights 'El Guapo' Bas Rutten in the UFC Openweight division.
>This contest is for the UFC Openweight title.
>The fight begins!
>Gracie catches a right leg kick and goes for a takedown and gets it! Rutten pulls guard.
>Gracie starts trying to work to get past the guard.
>Gracie is too much for Rutten, passing guard and gaining side control.
>Gracie tries to lock Rutten in an armbar.
>An armbar is applied, Rutten is trapped!
>Shockingly, Gracie loses it! Rutten pops his arm free, and has somehow survived!
>Gracie blocks Rutten as he tries to get enough separation to scramble up.
>Gracie starts trying to work to go from side control to mount.
>He easily gets the mount.
>Gracie tries to lock Rutten in an armbar.
>Showing good defense, Rutten stacks up Gracie to defend the armbar, and eventually works to getting side control.
>Rutten fires off a few punches, but they aren't thrown with any great force.
>Using an underhook to set it up, Gracie looks to scramble for position.
>Gracie spots an opportunity and moves quickly to try and secure one of his opponent's legs.
>Rutten avoids the threat of a leg lock and ends up pushing down on Gracie who is facing him in turtle position.
>Rutten looks to hit a kick to the body, but Gracie is back up and out of range too quickly.
>Rutten feints left and throws an excellent combination but Gracie is just able to cover up in time.
>A nicely executed one-two combination sets up a takedown attempt from Gracie.
>Rutten tries to step away from the takedown.
>The takedown is unsuccessful, Rutten avoided Gracie.
>Gracie avoids a nice combination.
>Rutten drops his shoulder and feints to step in, but Gracie isn't buying it.
>Gracie uses a smart combination to get Rutten to cover up, then shoots in looking for a takedown.
>He gets a big takedown and he ends up in half guard.
>Gracie tries to ensnare Rutten in an arm triangle.
>The arm triangle is locked in, tight enough that Rutten has to tap out!
>Rickson Gracie takes the victory by way of submission!
>Official Result: 'Lord' Rickson Gracie defeats 'El Guapo' Bas Rutten (Submission (Arm Triangle) in 6:33 of round 1). The match was rated as being Good.
Post Fight: Gracie is in the octagon receiving a interview with Joe Rogan. Gracie took Bas Rutten very seriously in this fight but expresses no desire to fight him again in the near future, due to him dominating him. He's more interested in the Shamrock 2 fight, to which we see Ken Shamrock enter the octogon. Both men are given the mic and Shamrock tells Gracie he wont get off easy this second time around, hes trained in the BJJ art and wont fall victim to anything Gracie has for him. Shamrock and Gracie do a stare off and Shamrock shoves Gracie to the point where security hold both me back. Gracie vs. Shamrock 2 is expected to take place in the very near future with the winner facing Funaki in either Vegas or Japan.

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Rickson Gracie Looks to Ken Shamrock II

With Bas Rutten put behind him, Gracie is looking to make Shamrock suffer for the embarrassment he's put him through. Shamrock and Gracie met back at UFC 2 where Gracie shocked the whole entire world by knocking out the hot prospect in Shamrock. The fight is expected to take place at UFC Ultimate 95 (UFC 7) within the next few months.

Funaki is really keen on taking his superfight to Japan. With the recent Success of MMA in the states will this be a big breakthrough for the new sport? Will there be an "Ultimate Japan" in the near future? Only time will tell.

Some other news/notes from the Press conference, the UFC has signed a TV deal with the Versus network and the card for that has already been announced. The concept of the "Ultimate Fight Night" is all super fights (Rather than the tournament format regularly used). Headlining the card will be Boxing Icon Mike (2-1) Tyson vs. K1 sensation Ernesto Hoost (1-1)

Signings/Release's

Harold Howard (1-2) has been released from the UFC
Jason Delucia (1-3) has been released from the UFC
Daniel Daniels (Brawling) (1-0) has signed a 4 fight deal to the UFC
Jorge Patino (BJJ) (0-0) has signed a 4 fight deal to the UFC
Sergei Beloglazov (Freestyle Wrestling) (0-0) has signed a 4 fight deal to the UFC
Vinicius Magalhaes (JJ) (0-0) has signed a 4 fight deal to the UFC
Allan Goes (BJJ) (0-0) has signed a 4 fight deal to the UFC

Official Fight Card for Ultimate Fight Night: Tyson vs. Hoost
Mike Tyson (Boxing) 2-1 vs. Ernesto Hoost (Kick Boxing) 1-1
Peter Aerts (0-0) vs. Murilo Bustamante (1-0)
Daniel Daniels (1-0) vs. Jorge Patino (0-0)
Allan Goes (0-0) vs. Vinicius Magalhaes (0-0)
Renzo Gracie (3-1) vs. Sergei Beloglazov (0-0)

Alternate Match:
Kimo Leopoldo (0-2) vs. Keith Hackney (0-1)
Predictions are welcome!

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had this idea awhile back and never went anywhere with it. Can't wait to see how it goes
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