Rules of TCC Fight Club
#1 Don’t talk about fight club outside of TCC
#2 Seriously..don’t do it..if you do you have to go through a gauntlet match with people like beanschat, aceecards, kooljazz, bob, and some other masked guys, and the categories are not fair…things like your best GU from 2001 Donruss Classics with one bat piece and one jersey piece #d 63/100, get the idea?? We’ll leave you a bloody piece…don’t do it.
#3 Have fun with it!
#4 Weight classes are determined as follows:
fly weight - under $500/year
welter weight - between $500 - $1000/year
heavy weight - between $1001-$5000/YEAR
super heavy weight - over $5000/year
#5 I will assign matches based on weight classes, however, you may make challenges across any weight class
#6 Categories are left with broad interpretations on purpose. This is to allow as many fighters to comply with the categories as possible. It’s not much fun if no one can answer the call. IE, “player from Missouri can play there now, was born there, went to college there”
#7 I do not look at your signature before assigning rounds. That would not be fair. All rounds are random in nature although there often is a common theme and may span over many different sports.
#8 Loading up the gloves is legal, as long as the other competitor is aware of it. This means an all NFL challenge is legal, but you have to find your competitor and get them to agree to it.
#9 You may challenge other participants, just understand that it may take me a weekend to get to your challenge
#10 Decisions of the judges are final
#11 You have 48 hours to post your submissions. In almost all cases I do not assign a match without a confirmation that you plan to participate. This time limit may be extended at the request of one fighter and with the approval of the other and the referee.
#12 There is a 24 hour voting period after the referee has declared the clock to have started.
#13 You may vote for your self.
#14 If you vote and the referee has not started the clock, you will be escorted from coliseum and your money will NOT be refunded.
#15 ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS post something! A 10-9 round is always better then a 10-8. Even if it is just a base card it gives you a shot at getting a 9.
#16 Taunting your opponent is okay.
#17 No champion of a Beanschat Entertainment title will be crowned with less then 5 victories. Official belts include the TCC Fights Flyweight, Welterweight, Heavyweight, and Super Sumo Champions.
#18 You may create your own non-sanctioned titles, for example, The New York Yankees Champion, Nascar champion, etcetera for fun with your friends.
#19 If you would like a particluar intro, please PM it to me with it when you ask for matches.
#20 - please put what the card you're posting is for! Don't just put "Round 4" and the pic, please copy and paste what that round is, makes it so much easier than having to keep scrolling back to the top to see what each round is for.
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