THE BEST STABLE: Who was it?

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Crease
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THE BEST STABLE: Who was it?

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The Crease points system is flawed. Some say that it is too overly simplistic, but it is the same for everyone.

FINAL points standings
65 pts Alexis Arguello IBF Champ
58 pts Jem Driscoll
57 pts Henry Armstrong
51 pts Abe Attell WBC Champ
50 pts Willie Pep WBA Champ

50 pts Vicente Saldivar
49 pts Sandy Saddler
47 pts Naseem Hamed
46 pts Azumah Nelson
44.5 pts Eder Jofre

35 pts Salvador Sanchez
31.5 pts Terry McGovern
31.5 pts Erik Morales
31 pts Sugar Ramos
27 pts Bobby Chacon

26.5 pts Freddie Miller
25 pts Juan Manuel Marquez
24.5 pts Johnny Kilbane
23.5 pts Kid Chocolate
23.5 pts Eusebio Pedroza

Note: Each demerit counted as 1 pt off your fighter's total...
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Re: THE BEST STABLE: Who was it?

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So let's compare the final placings of the fighters, assign them positional pts the higher up they are (20 pts for 1st, 1 for 20th) and see who got the highest combined score...

FINAL points standings
1st 65 pts Alexis Arguello IBF Champ 20 final placing pts
2nd 58 pts Jem Driscoll 19 final placing pts
3rd 57 pts Henry Armstrong 18 final placing pts
4th 51 pts Abe Attell WBC Champ 17 final placing pts
5th 50 pts Willie Pep WBA Champ 16 final placing pts

6th 50 pts Vicente Saldivar 15 final placing pts
7th 49 pts Sandy Saddler 14 final placing pts
8th 47 pts Naseem Hamed 13 final placing pts
9th 46 pts Azumah Nelson 12 final placing pts
10th 44.5 pts Eder Jofre 11 final placing pts

11th 35 pts Salvador Sanchez 10 final placing pts
tied 12th 31.5 pts Terry McGovern 9 final placing pts
tied 12th 31.5 pts Erik Morales 9 final placing pts
14th 31 pts Sugar Ramos 7 final placing pts
15th 27 pts Bobby Chacon 6 final placing pts

16th 26.5 pts Freddie Miller 5 final placing pts
17th 25 pts Juan Manuel Marquez 4 final placing pts
18th 24.5 pts Johnny Kilbane 3 final placing pts
tied 19th 23.5 pts Kid Chocolate 2 final placing pts
tied 19th 23.5 pts Eusebio Pedroza 2 final placing pts
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Re: THE BEST STABLE: Who was it?

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Armageto - Henry Armstrong 18, Kid Chocolate 2 - 20 combined final placing pts
BoxBuzz - Jem Driscoll 19, Bobby Chacon 6 - 25 combined final placing pts
Crease - Azumah Nelson 12, Eusebio Pedroza 2 - 14 combined final placing pts
DrDuke - Alexis Arguello 20, Freddie Miller 5 - 25 combined final placing pts
Gilgamesh - Willie Pep 16, Erik Morales 9 - 25 combined final placing pts
HyacinthusTurnipseed - Salvador Sanchez 10, Terry McGovern 9 - 19 combined final placing pts
Kevo - Naseem Hamed 13, Sugar Ramos 7 - 20 combined final placing pts
NoScoutingReports - Vicente Saldivar 15, Juan Manuel Marquez 4 - 19 combined final placing pts
P4p1 - Sandy Saddler 14, Johnny Kilbane 3 - 17 combined final placing pts
Techno89 - Abe Attell 17, Eder Jofre 11 - 28 combined final placing pts
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Re: THE BEST STABLE: Who was it?

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Stables Ranking for the Featherweight season

1. Techno89 - 28 combined final ranking pts
Tied 2nd. DrDuke - 25 combined final ranking pts with World Championship
Tied 2nd. Gilgamesh - 25 combined final ranking pts with World Championship *must be noted that toys were thrown from the pram during dark days*
4. BoxBuzz - 25 combined final ranking pts
Tied 5th. Armageto - 20 combined final ranking pts
Tied 5th. Kevo - 20 combined final ranking pts
Tied 7th. HyacinthusTutrnipseed - 19 combined final ranking pts
Tied 7th. NoScoutingReports - 19 combined final ranking pts
9. P4P1 - 17 combined final ranking pts
10. Crease - 14 combined final ranking pts (.... And still the biggest NOOB in Sim History)
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Re: THE BEST STABLE: Who was it?

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And that is all for this season....
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Quite in line for a Covid affiliated season I'd say.....we had about as many issues as the genuine sports world.

But we did persevere to the end.


One additional asterisk....12.5 points for Gilgamwesh, 12.5 points for SimGilga. His AI electronic guardian deserves credit.
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Re: THE BEST STABLE: Who was it?

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Crease wrote: 21 Jul 2021, 09:44 And that is all for this season....
:salut: enjoyed it.
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Re: THE BEST STABLE: Who was it?

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NoScoutingReports wrote: 22 Jul 2021, 09:45
Crease wrote: 21 Jul 2021, 09:44 And that is all for this season....
:salut: enjoyed it.
Yeah, the season was fun.

And, of course, it was great for my team to have the strongest fighter.
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Crease wrote: 21 Jul 2021, 09:44 And that is all for this season....
:bow:

Been a very enjoyable season, and a welcome distraction from the non-sim world. Big thanks to yourself and ‘Buzz (and anyone else involved!). Looking forward to the next one :TU:
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Re: THE BEST STABLE: Who was it?

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Crease wrote: 21 Jul 2021, 09:44 And that is all for this season....
A very enjoyable season and thanks to you and Buzz for running it :salut:

looking forward to the new season :box:
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