TUW 6 will feature a main event between Connor Rogowsky and this season’s coach, Lee Brown.
TUW is a competition that features 15 of the best MMA and Pro Wrestling writers around the world in a competition of article views.
Winners this season are determined monthly when highest article views go head-to-head to determine The Ultimate Writer. The second round of the new season kicked off on October 1st. Needless to say, this season has had so many curve balls and this round is no different.
The second round showcases very important matchups that allow some losers from round 1 their second chance at winning the competition. It also features some of the season’s most dominant writers in the main card now that we’ve seen what everyone is capable of bringing to the table.
Jordan Ellis vs. The MMA Bitch is a matchup you definitely don’t want to miss. Both have been producing some great content, but have yet to find their breakthrough article. Ellis is one of the strongest competitors, so if the HBIC of TUW can get the job done, it would be a huge upset.
Matchup of the Month
Juan Reneo vs. Brandon Sibcy is going to be a great matchup to keep a close eye on. Sibcy didn’t write much in round 1, but he didn’t have to. He had the second highest article in the competition. But this time around, he’s facing a consistent writer who receives a good number of views in Juan. Will our Spanish competitor take the round? Or will Sibcy continue his newly dominant ways?
Underdog to Watch
This competition is full of so many quality writers, it’s hard to pin point an underdog to watch each month. This month, I’d have to say that fans should tune into Dario Ferrari and The MMA Bitch.
Do NOT underestimate them.
I have a feeling they are both coming for the win and will have a strong showing this round now that they know how the competition works.
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