The Ultimate Writer: Season 2 is a competition that features 15 of the best MMA and Pro Wrestling writers around the world in a competition of article views. We are now down to the top 8.
Winners this season are determined monthly when highest article views go head-to-head to determine The Ultimate Writer. The first round of the new season is officially over after a crazy month of changes.
The second round showcased some great matchups that saw some of our new solidified writers take center stage against a few writers who got a second chance in the tournament. Below are the results for round 2 of TUW.
Connor Rogowsky (1,118 Views) def. Lee Brown (13 Views) via KO in round 1.
Rogowsky’s first showing this season was extremely successful, showing why he is ranked #1. The runner-up last season came back with a vengeance over a dominating performance over this season’s coach, Lee Brown.
With the second highest views of the month, Rogowsky looks to bring this momentum in his next matchup as he moves one step closer to being crowned The Ultimate Writer.
- Read Rags’s article with 1,118 views- “Dana White’s Contender Series: Ranking the top contract winners of season three”
- Read Lee’s article with 13 views- “Chris Weidman makes his light heavyweight debut in Boston”
UFC Super Fan (2,287 Views) def. Kevin Mahoney (140 Views) via submission in round 1.
What a crazy second round. UFC Super Fan came to prove that he will do whatever it takes to win the competition and his fans are backing him along the way. This round, he took out the retuning Kevin Mahoney (and this season’s coach), beating him with ease.
With the top article views of round 2, will UFC Super Fan continue his strong showing to crown himself TUW? Or are these views a one-time deal?
- Read UFC Super Fan’s article with 2,287 views- “Top 7 fighters I want to make love to my wife”
- Read Kevin’s article with 140 views- “The top-5 fights to make for Conor McGregor”
Jordan Ellis (278 Views) def. The MMA Bitch (1 View) via TKO in round 1.
One of our more popular contestants this season did not come through. The MMA Bitch unfortunately did not submit a new article this month, and it cost her the competition. Ellis got through with his Cage Warriors content.
Will Jordan Ellis continue his winning ways against some of the upper echelon of the competition? Tune in next month to find out.
- Read Jordan’s article with 278 views- “Five Cage Warriors fighters destined for UFC”
- Read The MMA Bitch’s article with 1 view- “Monday Morning Gossip: UFC 242, Bellator 226, Becky Lynch, Local Fights, & Twitter Beef”
Juan Reneo (162 Views) def. Brandon Sibcy (109 Views) via unanimous decision.
Reneo pulls of the upset over a Brandon Sibcy that did not come to play in round 1. Unfortunately for Sibcy, playing it safe and only writing one article a month did not do him justice. Reneo was able to slide by with the unanimous decision this round.
One of our few pro wrestling writers left, Reneo moves on to the next round. The road for Juan is full of tough matchups, but can he make it all the way and take the TUW title to Spain?
- Read Juan’s article with 162 views- “María De la Rosa is a rising young star on the Spanish wrestling circuit”
- Read Brandon’s article with 109 views- “Nate Diaz: Most gangster moments inside the Octagon”
Caroline Romero (588 Views) def. Evan Mowery (86 Views) via submission in round 1.
The last woman standing, Romero pulls off the win in round 2. She may be the last woman, but she’s most definitely a front runner to win the competition this season.
Our MMA Mom looks to continue her strong performances into the next round and put Canada on her back while she does it.
- Read Caroline’s article with 588 views- “Nadia Kassem: Looks can be deceiving, but the stats don’t lie”
- Read Evan’s article with 86 views- “The Dark Horses: Three princes of the lightweight division”
Austin Luff (39 Views) def. Dario Ferrari (0 Views) via TKO in round 1.
The first-ever Canadian on TUW slides through to the next round with a split decision win over Brazil’s Dario Ferrari. Fortunately for Austin, Dario did not write an article this round. So he was able to get by.
Can Luff turn things around and have his first strong showing next round? Tune in December 1 to find out because the competition is only getting tougher. Low views won’t work again.
- Read Austin’s article with 39 views- “Ranking the best pro wrestling podcasts”