Post by realview on Aug 2, 2020 8:22:07 GMT
Real View intro:
Hello ladies and gentlemen; this week was our BBU PPV for the month, international stars fought it out and we will be discussing the bigger fights from the card.
As ever we urge you to go look up the fights from this past week before reading these posts, we don't want you ruining the fights for yourself.
This is what we will be discussing:
*Kate Upton vs Tamara Ecclestone*
*Jenna Louise Coleman vs Sophia Bush*
*Alessandra Ambrosio vs Christine Bleakley*
*Pia Miller vs Adria Arjona*
Remember to keep your eyes out for more amazing BBU action coming this week, as always we hope you are all safe and wishing you the best from all of us in the BBU.
Post by realview on Aug 2, 2020 8:28:38 GMT
Part 1: Kate Upton vs Tamara Ecclestone II
Grudge fights are always fun to watch, a grudge fight on a yacht is certainly a novelty though, Kate Upton stepped onto Tamara Ecclestone's yacht for a non-title rematch after their brutal BBU JMDD title fight in June.
In their title fight Tamara kept let's say using underhanded tactics to get the advantage, even putting down Kate at one point in the fight as it looked like she was going to claim the title, that ended in defeat for Tamara as Kate toughed it out.
Afterwards they exchanged insults that led to this challenge, both women are polar opposites in personality, which is why they seem to naturally butt heads.
The fight started as you'd expect from these affairs, they fought head to head trying to push each other back, the fact it was in open air with just them and a few others around, the sound of their punches rung out for all to hear.
Kate started to take over and put down Tamara in the third round, she started to show her skill set off, knocking about the English fighter to get a big smile from her coach Nicole Ritchie.
It looked like Kate was on the road to victory, boxing back Tamara as they fought hard, shoulders were used and both threw cheap shots after the bell in the fifth as tempers started to boil.
In the sixth Tamara found her equaliser, landing a liver shot, before that though a left seemed to sneak itself between the legs of Upton, her coach screamed foul as the referee looked to be losing control of the fight.
Those blows swung the fight into Ecclestone's hands, she landed more hard shots on the more defenseless Kate, ending up sending Upton to all fours with another controversial punch that looked low, Kate was counted out.
As usual I won't talk about the post match when it let's say gets interesting that you probably need to see it yourself, suffice to say it will lead to more fights between these two bitter enemies.
Already rumours are of a third bout coming between the two, the title back on the line, whoever referees that I hope actually catches Tamara because it is getting disgusting her "tactics" if that's how you view cheating.
Post by realview on Aug 2, 2020 8:29:43 GMT
Part 2: Jenna Louise Coleman vs Sophia Bush
One of the longest rivalries across two organizations, for the past five years these two have been trying to destroy the other as a fighter and maybe even as a woman, each JMD fight seems to just fuel them to want to battle the other more.
After five fights Jenna leads the feud three wins to two, winning their last clash in the BBU last year on the beach by knockout, one year later and in the press conference they were exchanging insults like there was no tomorrow.
Even before the bell once they saw the other it was bedlam, rushing at their opponent with only their coaches holding them back long enough so the fight didn't get thrown out.
The opening round saw Jenna get caught rushing in, the older head of Sophia on show as she smartly used Jenna's momentum against her, knocking back the Blackpool lass around the ring.
But Jenna would come firing back, the former flyweight champion showing off her boxing skills to pick her punches better, rocking Sophia with sweet combos that had the Cardiff crowd roaring.
It looked like Jenna was on her way to victory, Sophia had other ideas after landing a picture perfect uppercut, rocking back Jenna till she finally bulldozed Coleman down to all fours, Jenna couldn't beat the count in round four.
While it wasn't the longest fight in the world, it was a good scrap as both definitely came to fight, swinging punches from the first bell all the way to the finish.
Though Jenna must be kicking herself, when it was a boxing match she looked great, flowing with her punches as she always does once that rhythm kicks in.
Problem is of course once she decided to try slugging it with Sophia, who read her punches before landing stiff retribution, evening the score in their rivalry in brutal style.
Of course I as I bet all of you expect to see these two go at it again before we know it, the post fight shenanigans showed that the hate will never go away for these two women, it just seems to be festering even worse.
Post by realview on Aug 2, 2020 8:30:57 GMT
Part 3: Alessandra Ambrosio vs Christine Bleakley
These two normally swim in different pools if you will, Alessandra of course a world renowned model, Christine is a top TV presenter, yet they seemed to have a dislike when it comes to matters of the boxing ring.
Christine has been wanting a fight with Alessandra, clearly feeling the Brazilian bombshell has been hiding from her these past few years they have been in the BBU.
For her part Alessandra made it clear she would have fought Christine before, it just came down to business to her, though as words flew they nearly came to bare knuckle boxing on the BBU TV set at their face off interview.
Kicking off the fight both women started on the move, Christine came out the blocks quickly to press back Alessandra, outworking the former lightweight champion to the delight her corner.
But once Alessandra started to open up on Christine, we started to see a gulf of class showing, with the power of Ambrosio starting to knock back the Irish lass around.
In the third Christine tried to get back on the front foot, one mistake though led to her getting rocked by an uppercut, a right hook then sent her down to her back, not able to get up as she was out of it.
It was another impressive knockout for Alessandra, whose run to retirement next April I expect to see more twist and turns, it'll be interesting to see who is on her hit list within the BBU.
While Christine met one of the best lightweights in the BBU, arguably up there as maybe the greatest, so she shouldn't be too down, though of course she'll have wanted to have done better.
I know Denise Van Outen was happy that she lost, maybe Christine and Denise need to have a few words, maybe keep an eye on that story going forwards.
Post by realview on Aug 2, 2020 8:32:13 GMT
Final Part: Pia Miller vs Adria Arjona
As we stated on last weeks show, this may have been the most interesting fight to follow going into the PPV, two women with different reasons to win, both very determined women headed into the ring to fight.
If we back up a second to give you an idea of what we are talking about, first Pia's motivation was simple, she was cut by her stable the Sirens several weeks ago after a mixed run of results, she has been looking for a chance to prove she was wrongly cut, while stepping back on the path of redemption to the top.
Adria meanwhile was making her debut this fight, where Pia was coming in looking ready to bite someone's head off, her fellow actress was respectful and keen to see how good she can truly be in this sport.
The fact both are South American descented meant there were going to be fireworks in some peoples eyes, the opening round didn't disappoint as both came out their corners hard and fast.
The experience of Pia helped her in the first two rounds, Adria was too open at first and paid for it with beautiful combinations raining into her stunning face.
As soon as Adria changed tactics though the fight did a one eighty degree turn around, showing a staunch defence along with quick hands to counter punch Pia.
By round five the fighters were even again on the scoreboard, Pia though got hurt as Adria slammed perfectly timed punches into the face of Miller, spending her down with a right cross right on the jaw.
While Pia did get back up, she was rocked back again as Adria was like a rock em sock em robot, just throwing piston like punches into the face of Pia up till the ropes, the referee stepped into stop the fight as Miller just couldn't defend herself.
This was an impressive debut for Adria, she came into the fight looking tense, making mistakes to start as she was rushing in too much, at the end she looked great, maybe someone to look out for as a future champion if her performances can keep up.
On the other hand Pia looked shell shocked at the bell, not just from getting pounded, she couldn't seem to work out how this happened, the simple answer is she didn't seem to be in a good state going into the ring, letting her emotions control her in the final part of the fight, leading to her being stopped.
That's all we have time for this week, we hope you enjoyed these posts, thank you so much for taking the time to read them, we will be back next Sunday for the next edition of the Real View, remember to keep yourself safe.