Turner v Grimshaw fight was a belter.
Iain Possilwhaite has had some great subs, Triangle/armbar at Alloa was cool.
Turner defo for fighter of the year.
Hissy for the other one.
KO Doolan v Remedios (was that this year)
Iain for semi pro of the year, 5-0, 4 subs and 1 KO, only 1 fight going into the second round.
Think you could prob have a semi pro fighter of the year and a breakthrough fighter of the year cos there alot of talent comin out this year. Might as well if your doing the rest of the semi pro awards
Originally Posted by David Bateman
semi pro fighter of the year id go with MOP
KO of the year would be Rab v Gilbraith at on top
Recap of my year 2011: i choked out davey parker for the total combat europeon title, Tko'd scott ward after getting "paggered" in round 1 for the sfc belt, the 4man tournament triangled mervyn mullholland and thn got beat from musoke in final, thn knocking out john quinn to claim the no.1 spot in scotland and breaking into top 20 uk rankings. if i didnt have that loss would look shithot!!
not a bad year 4-1 for 2012 over top opposition, went 11-1 in 2010
Don't think I made this very clear...both pro and semi-pro will be considered for KO, Sub and Fight. Not separate awards for both, just one covering both pro and semi-pro.
Originally Posted by TapouT1
We've got the following awards:
-Fighter of the Year (pro only)
-Breakthrough Fighter of the Year (pro only)
-Semi Pro Fighter of the Year
-Fight of the Year (for both pro and semi-pro)
-KO of the Year (for both pro and semi-pro)
-Sub of the Year (for both pro and semi-pro)
-Performance of the Year (pro only)
-Ring Entrance of the Year
-Promotion of the Year
-Event of the Year
-Fight Team of the Year
-Coach of the Year
Hope that clears things up.
Performance of the Year is only open to pro's because it's for the best single display against a highly ranked opponent, and no semi-pro's are ranked at Euro, UK or Scottish level.
Ah I see sorry, thot you were doin it like semi pro for awards for ko sub and fight and then pro the same plus the fighter and breakthrough of the year, think it would be cool for the semi pro guys to be judged against other semi pro guys for all the stuff cos I'd imagine anything where semi and pro are put together Someone from pro would win it IMO only tho
dont try and take any shine of me beating Akira in his home town. The last 3 guys ive fought havnt been the best guys, i was meant to fight Salovaara on fight festival but got a bad cut. I went to Gotenburg a second time and lost a split to Svensson who i will beat given another chance. There aren't many fighters out there traveling accross to Europe for the big european fights.
Originally Posted by thaison
*Edit* Read it as have, not havnt!
No worries, I didn't make it very clear. I'd like to do that but this way it keeps the KO/Sub/Fight categories really strong. Splitting them produces some categories that aren't the best.
Originally Posted by TapouT1
I'm sure the semi-pro guys could beat the pro guys, some of the best subs this year have been from semi-pros...Posslethwaite, Cusick, Lopez off the top of my head.
-Fighter of the Year (pro only) - Graham Turner broke into top 3 in the UKs best division with an amazing performance at CW vs Grimshaw
-Breakthrough Fighter of the Year (pro only) - Me :)
-Semi Pro Fighter of the Year - MOP
-Fight of the Year (for both pro and semi-pro) - JC vs Svensson, McColl vs McGhee at SFC
-KO of the Year (for both pro and semi-pro) - Whiteford vs Galbraith, MOP vs McDougall
-Sub of the Year (for both pro and semi-pro) - Bobby McVittie guillotine vs Scott Jansen, Iain Possilwaithe at Alloa
-Performance of the Year (pro only) Turner vs Grimshaw at CW
-Ring Entrance of the Year - Doni Millar On Top 3
-Promotion of the Year - On Top
-Event of the Year - SFC 5 (as i was a spectator and not competing)
-Fight Team of the Year - Independent fight ... hahaha just kidding DNFT!
-Coach of the Year - James Doolan for babysitting me down Nottingham at BAMMA! haha
Boom, there yer fuckin dinner