TUW is a competition for The Scrap’s Content Writers and features 14 of the best MMA and pro wrestling writers around the world in a competition of article views. The first round of the inaugural season began May 1st and the winners this season will be determined monthly when highest article views go head-to-head to determine The Ultimate Writer.
The second-round matchups feature pivotal head-to-head wars that could the underdogs rise to the occasion again. Below are the results of the second round of TUW.
Austin Luff (31 Views) def. Tyreef Cash (8 Views) via unanimous decision.
Austin takes home the victory for Team Joel in a close main event against Tyreef from Team Rags. Austin manages to fight his way into the semi-finals and join his other team member Jordan, and team captain Joel. Will Canada have The Ultimate Writer this season? We’re so close to the end, we will definitely know soon enough.
- Read Austin’s article with 31 views- “’The Bad Guy’ retires inside Madison Square Garden at Bellator 222”
- Read Tyreef’s article with 8 views- “The State of MMA Sponsorships: A Digital Deal”
Connor Rogowksky (1,611 Views) def. Matt Puppich (17 Views) via submission in round 1.
The team captain shows out with his best performance yet (joining the 1,000 club at The Scrap), winning against Team Joel’s Matt Puppich in the co-main event. Rags will hope to carry momentum into the semi-final round as competition will only continue to get stiffer. Rags is also the lone survivor from his team advancing to the semi-finals.
- Read Connor’s article with 1,611 views- “Your complete guide to Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series Season 3”
- Read Matt’s article with 17 views- “SmackDown Live on Fox: A fresh start for WWE”
Jordan Ellis (806 Views) def. Kevin Mahoney (21 Views) via TKO in round 1.
This contest kicks off the quarterfinal round of The Ultimate Writer, and with a bang! Jordan takes home the upset win for Team Joel as he eliminates top contender, Kevin Mahoney, from Team Rags. Jordan comes up with a huge performance when it counts to advance to the semi-final round. Can he win the entire competition? He’s definitely the dark horse to watch.
- Read Jordan’s article with 806 views- “Jeremiah Labiano vows to stop James Gallagher inside two rounds”
- Read Kevin’s article with 21 views- “The underrated fights to watch at UFC 238 in Chicago, Illinois”
Brandon Sibcy (47 Views) def. Dreux Stamford (6 Views) via unanimous decision.
Although both men were previously eliminated, Brandon takes the win here for Team Joel over teammate, Dreux Stamford, who is still clinging to views from previously written articles. Tisk Tisk.
- Read Brandon’s article with 47 views- “UFC 238: All eyes on Tatiana Suarez”
- Read Dreux’s article with 6 views- “Ranking the Bellator fighters that could be competing in the UFC”
Hiram Alvarado (86 Views) def. Lee Brown (29 Views) via unanimous decision.
Hiram returns from a layoff to be a last-minute replacement. He gets the win over Lee to kick off the card and redeem himself from the biggest upset this season. Although both men were previously eliminated, this battle for rankings featured two teammates on Team Rags in the Ultimate Writer.
- Read Hiram’s article with 86 views- “Peter Barrett to Cage Titans 44 opponent: ‘Do not sleep on my Jiu-Jitsu’”
- Read Lee’s article with 29 views- “Could Maycee Barber break Jones’ record and become the youngest UFC champion?”