Post by realview on Oct 4, 2020 7:56:26 GMT
Real View intro:
Hello ladies and gentlemen; the BBU PPV took place on Wednesday, so we will focus on another great night of action, two title fights headlined the card, which had a lot of amazing fights amongst talent hungry for success.
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:
*BBU lightweight title fight*
*BBU JMDD title fight*
*Samia Ghadie vs Jeanette McCurdy*
*Malika Menard vs Ming Xi*
Keep your eyes open for more great BBU action next week along with more news and trash talk, we hope you are all staying safe.
Post by realview on Oct 4, 2020 7:58:09 GMT
Part 1: BBU lightweight title fight
The main event of the latest pay per view saw Cara Delevingne look to win her first linear title, Miranda Kerr was the champion going into the fight, so which one came out on top of this clash?
Well Cara was coming in on a hell of a run, winning four fights within a month to win the first ever European Cup tournament in the FCBA, pundits like ourselves believe that Cara has finally broken out into that elite argument.
But in her way to title glory is Miranda Kerr, who it has to be said was in a rough patch for her going into this year, getting a good run behind her, she defeated Alessandra Ambrosio to win the gold, along with winning against Yvonne Strahovski in America to show she is back to her best.
Both showed respect to the other before the fight, obviously there was a tenseness between them as they stepped into the ring, plenty of ceremony then it was time to get it on for the gold.
Miranda surprisingly started slowly, Cara was focused on targeting the body of the champ from the off, before Miranda started to come back in the opening round to knock around Delevingne.
This was a clash of styles as Miranda likes to mix up her boxing by planting her feet for brutal hooks, Cara on the other hand is a counter puncher, though she still has a stiff punch, she needs to throw combinations to really hurt an opponent.
Back and forth went the action, Cara kept pushing the champion off balance, stopping her from unloading her power punches, making it look like she might be taking the title home.
That all changed once Miranda found her groove in the sixth round, knocking back the head of Cara around, which led to the seventh round where Cara was rocked by a right hook, more hooks followed and out cold Delevingne was knocked clean out.
Great first win for Miranda beating one of the hottest fighters coming into this, it'll be interesting to see who can actually beat Miranda when she is this motivated, all the questions about her still being that elite fighter has to gone now.
On the other side of things is Cara, how will she take this defeat in the long run, she has the talents to be a champion, working on her power should probably be her biggest concern going forwards.
Post by realview on Oct 4, 2020 7:59:50 GMT
Part 2: BBU JMDD title fight
After Tamara Ecclestone won the BBU JMDD title against Kate Upton last month, straight away Gemma Atkinson made it known she wanted the title herself, leading to them clashing on PPV.
The build up wasn't the friendliest as you can guess, Gemma telling the world how little she thinks of Tamara, who is now calling herself the classiest champion in all of celebrity boxing, as you can guess that is rubbing plenty of fighters the wrong way.
When they came together in the ring, it started off in a hard exchange of fists from the off, both hit hard and wanted to establish themselves as the dominant force, Gemma would switch up to use more boxing techniques then the slugging Tamara.
Gemma looked the more skillful boxer, switching from moving inside to the outside when she wanted, giving Tamara trouble through the middle rounds of the fight to the delight of her coaches.
But Tamara kept plugging away, finding ways of closing the gap between them to batter away to the body and under the boobs of her challenger, nearly freeing them from their bra cups as she was landing power shots.
In the fifth it all come to a head as the mauling from Ecclestone was too much for Atkinson, who couldn't take any more as she fell to her knees, looking up at the referee with tears in her eyes to show how rough this style of fighting is.
This was another great win for Tamara, who has really broken out this year as maybe the biggest surprise, beating Kate Upton twice is a hard task, adding Gemma on top is a hell of an achievement.
While Gemma will go licking her wounds but shouldn't be top disheartened, once she can get a win under her belt she will most likely go back to being the fearsome fighter she was not that long ago.
Post by realview on Oct 4, 2020 8:01:12 GMT
Part 3: Samia Ghadie vs Jennette McCurdy
The Beever Babe's and Garnet Gunners stables seem to be getting to know each other well the past two years, it seems yesterday that Gemma Atkinson and Damaris Lewis were slugging it out in their feud, possibly this is the start of another rivalry.
This was actually a rematch from five years ago, back then it took place in the FCBA, where Jennette was coming through the ranks as a potential talent, Samia as the veteran looking to crack America, the only thing that seemed to get cracked that night was Samia's jaw in the fifth round.
Fast forwards to this past Wednesday on the BBU PPV, the mood between the two hasn't changed, Samia with a point to prove, not just to get revenge on Jennette, but to prove she is still a world title level fighter.
Once that opening bell rung Samia was out her corner like a flash, taking the fight to McCurdy right away, the younger fighter looked a little cold as she was hammered back into a corner near the end of the round, a hell of a statement to start from Ghadie.
Who kicked off the second in similar fashion, though McCurdy was expecting it to come, allowing Jennette to be able to counter later in the round, battering back the veteran to the delight of her corner.
Though the mood would sour afterwards, Jennette was hurting Samia straight away in the third, but a suspicious blow that looked low by Samia got Jennette down for an eight count, Gina in the Garnets corner was fuming the referee didn't make the right call, sadly you can't call what you can't see, no matter how obvious it is.
All it seemed to do was spur Jennette on, knocking down Samia in the fourth with a peach of a right hook, then she frankly punished Ghadie up till the sixth when she knocked her clean out with a barrage of punches.
I won't comment on what happened after the final bell, just Samia might have reaped what she sowed, maybe don't try to cheat next time Samia is our advice as she is a good enough fighter herself on her day.
Meanwhile Jennette has most likely gotten herself back into contendership status with this win, though I see her currently below a few challengers, she is always going to be dangerous with her experience in both organizations with different coaches that have molded her into a top fighter we see today, I believe she will hold a linear world title before too long.
Post by realview on Oct 4, 2020 8:02:00 GMT
Final Part: Malika Menard vs Ming Xi
Malika saw this fight as a tune up judging by her comments in the build up, talking about Ming's not so great record in the BBU, which as you can guess didn't sit well for the Chinese fighter.
After more barbs and threats, it came down to the fight itself, one would be humiliated as they looked up at the better woman, the odds it has to be said were on the side of the former BBU champion Menard.
Wanting to make it clear where Ming stands compared to her, Malika was off the blocks quickly, pressing her fellow model around the ring with hard shots to her face, before switching to the body as she pressed her into a corner.
The next round Ming showed off her fighting spirit to come back at Malika, showing some of her counter punching skills to dodge then knock back the French stunner, who looked annoyed when the round ended.
Spurring Malika on to really hurt Ming, blood run from the nose of Ming as she took several hard shots across it, with Malika knocking down Xi in the fourth with a beautiful two uppercut combo.
Ming showed off her fortitude to beat the count, Malika wanted to stamp her foot down on this fight, a big mistake as she walked into a heavy right hook from Ming, who then planted her own uppercut flush that sent Menard down to the canvas out cold on her back!
This was the upset of the night, Ming making her own statement by coming back across a former champion, she showed that maybe she can be the breakout star in celebrity boxing for China.
Malika on the other hand from interviews after the fight seems dumbfounded by what happened, the honest answer is she made a grave mistake of underestimating Ming, the big question is if the rematch does occur, does Malika come in with the right frame of mind?
That's all we have time for folks, thank you for taking the time to read these posts, we hope you enjoyed them as we will be back next Sunday morning, remember to keep yourself safe.