View Full Version : Computer Tournaments - The Flyweights


Ziggy Stardust
07-08-2009, 03:28 PM
Okay, here's the division by division computer tournaments are mentioned in other posts. Old-School-Eight weight-classes, 21 fighters in each, each fighter takes on all the others 100 times each for 2,000 total fights for each fighter. Final results ranked by over-all winning percentage. As many ATGs as possible are in each weight class with any difference made up by near-greats. I also added a small number of current or near-contemporary fighters in each weight class that didn't make the initial cut so as to preempt at least some of the inevitable "well what about so-and-so....." posts. Here is the first intallment:


The Flyweights

1. Jimmy Wilde 1,594-351-55 (1,259) .811
2. Miguel Canto 1,378-498-124 (387) .720
3. Yoko Gushiken 1,397-534-69 (1,025) .716
4. Midget Wolgast 1,379-523-98 (383) .714
5. Pascual Perez 1,344-571-85 (810) .693
6. Fidel LaBarba 1,286-600-114 (323) .672
7. Santos Laciar 1,148-703-149 (334) .611
8. Pancho Villa 1,157-722-121 (303) .609
9. Michael Carbajal 1,086-819-95 (580) .567
10. Benny Lynch 1,038-868-94 (483) .543
11. Elky Clark 978-932-90 (473) .512
12. Yuri Arbachakov 982-968-50 (702) .504
13. Vic Darchinyan 908-1,041-51 (639) .467
14. Frankie Genaro 847-1,046-107 (237) .450
15. Lorenzo Parra 665-1,288-47 (459) .344
16. Ricardo Lopez 525-1,417-58 (284) .277
17. Saman Sorjaturong 530-1,426-44 (329) .276
18. Jung-Koo Chang 495-1,423-82 (192) .268
19. Myung-Woo Yuh 481-1,436-83 (191) .261
20. Roberto Vasquez 481-1,477-42 (279) .251
21. Humberto Gonzales 447-1,503-50 (266) .236

Ziggy Stardust
07-09-2009, 08:30 AM
Bump......

talip bin osman
07-10-2009, 09:37 AM
Okay, here's the division by division computer tournaments are mentioned in other posts. Old-School-Eight weight-classes, 21 fighters in each, each fighter takes on all the others 100 times each for 2,000 total fights for each fighter. Final results ranked by over-all winning percentage. As many ATGs as possible are in each weight class with any difference made up by near-greats. I also added a small number of current or near-contemporary fighters in each weight class that didn't make the initial cut so as to preempt at least some of the inevitable "well what about so-and-so....." posts. Here is the first intallment:


The Flyweights

1. Jimmy Wilde 1,594-351-55 (1,259) .811
2. Miguel Canto 1,378-498-124 (387) .720
3. Yoko Gushiken 1,397-534-69 (1,025) .716
4. Midget Wolgast 1,379-523-98 (383) .714
5. Pascual Perez 1,344-571-85 (810) .693
6. Fidel LaBarba 1,286-600-114 (323) .672
7. Santos Laciar 1,148-703-149 (334) .611
8. Pancho Villa 1,157-722-121 (303) .609
9. Michael Carbajal 1,086-819-95 (580) .567
10. Benny Lynch 1,038-868-94 (483) .543
11. Elky Clark 978-932-90 (473) .512
12. Yuri Arbachakov 982-968-50 (702) .504
13. Vic Darchinyan 908-1,041-51 (639) .467
14. Frankie Genaro 847-1,046-107 (237) .450
15. Lorenzo Parra 665-1,288-47 (459) .344
16. Ricardo Lopez 525-1,417-58 (284) .277
17. Saman Sorjaturong 530-1,426-44 (329) .276
18. Jung-Koo Chang 495-1,423-82 (192) .268
19. Myung-Woo Yuh 481-1,436-83 (191) .261
20. Roberto Vasquez 481-1,477-42 (279) .251
21. Humberto Gonzales 447-1,503-50 (266) .236


poet kimosave...

where do u classify johnny tapia & khaosai galaxy?

why are they absent here & darchinyan present?

Ziggy Stardust
07-10-2009, 10:13 AM
poet kimosave...

where do u classify johnny tapia & khaosai galaxy?

why are they absent here & darchinyan present?

Khaosai Galaxy is with the Bantamweights and Johnny Tapia didn't make the cut. Darchinyan got in soley as a current add-on.

Poet

Ziggy Stardust
07-11-2009, 09:50 AM
Bump......

DonTaseMeBrah
08-01-2009, 03:49 AM
wow, ricardo lopez at 16? this simulation has taken a serious credible hit.

Ziggy Stardust
08-01-2009, 10:22 AM
wow, ricardo lopez at 16? this simulation has taken a serious credible hit.

The problem is Lopez fought at Straw where there has never been any real depth or competition.

Poet

McGoorty
09-14-2011, 03:10 PM
wow, ricardo lopez at 16? this simulation has taken a serious credible hit.
News Flash !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! FLYWEIGHTS..... only.

Ziggy Stardust
09-14-2011, 08:21 PM
News Flash !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! FLYWEIGHTS..... only.

The problem Lopez ran into is that his ratings were adjusted for fighting the equivalent of a full weight class higher than he was rated for.

Poer

McGoorty
09-15-2011, 02:35 PM
Okay, here's the division by division computer tournaments are mentioned in other posts. Old-School-Eight weight-classes, 21 fighters in each, each fighter takes on all the others 100 times each for 2,000 total fights for each fighter. Final results ranked by over-all winning percentage. As many ATGs as possible are in each weight class with any difference made up by near-greats. I also added a small number of current or near-contemporary fighters in each weight class that didn't make the initial cut so as to preempt at least some of the inevitable "well what about so-and-so....." posts. Here is the first intallment:


The Flyweights

1. Jimmy Wilde 1,594-351-55 (1,259) .811
2. Miguel Canto 1,378-498-124 (387) .720
3. Yoko Gushiken 1,397-534-69 (1,025) .716
4. Midget Wolgast 1,379-523-98 (383) .714
5. Pascual Perez 1,344-571-85 (810) .693
6. Fidel LaBarba 1,286-600-114 (323) .672
7. Santos Laciar 1,148-703-149 (334) .611
8. Pancho Villa 1,157-722-121 (303) .609
9. Michael Carbajal 1,086-819-95 (580) .567
10. Benny Lynch 1,038-868-94 (483) .543
11. Elky Clark 978-932-90 (473) .512
12. Yuri Arbachakov 982-968-50 (702) .504
13. Vic Darchinyan 908-1,041-51 (639) .467
14. Frankie Genaro 847-1,046-107 (237) .450
15. Lorenzo Parra 665-1,288-47 (459) .344
16. Ricardo Lopez 525-1,417-58 (284) .277
17. Saman Sorjaturong 530-1,426-44 (329) .276
18. Jung-Koo Chang 495-1,423-82 (192) .268
19. Myung-Woo Yuh 481-1,436-83 (191) .261
20. Roberto Vasquez 481-1,477-42 (279) .251
21. Humberto Gonzales 447-1,503-50 (266) .236
I just learned the names of a few guys......... I think Villa got gypped but..... Wilde is the rightful #1.

BigStereotype
09-15-2011, 04:30 PM
I really can't accept Lopez at number 16. I think he could add 7 pounds and still be in the top 5 at the very least.

Ziggy Stardust
09-15-2011, 04:50 PM
I really can't accept Lopez at number 16. I think he could add 7 pounds and still be in the top 5 at the very least.

I think he could as well. Unfortunately the program uses a set formula for refiguring its ratings when fighting out of weight class.

Poet

McGoorty
09-15-2011, 05:03 PM
I think he could as well. Unfortunately the program uses a set formula for refiguring its ratings when fighting out of weight class.

Poet
No need to make apologies,.... I don't agree with his statement anyway.

BigStereotype
09-15-2011, 05:14 PM
I think he could as well. Unfortunately the program uses a set formula for refiguring its ratings when fighting out of weight class.

Poet

I'm pretty sure you can turn off adjustment for weight classes. Lopez was such a magnificent fighter that I think he deserves that treatment.

Ziggy Stardust
09-15-2011, 05:27 PM
I'm pretty sure you can turn off adjustment for weight classes. Lopez was such a magnificent fighter that I think he deserves that treatment.

Meh, I didn't think of that.

Poet

McGoorty
09-22-2011, 02:50 PM
Okay, here's the division by division computer tournaments are mentioned in other posts. Old-School-Eight weight-classes, 21 fighters in each, each fighter takes on all the others 100 times each for 2,000 total fights for each fighter. Final results ranked by over-all winning percentage. As many ATGs as possible are in each weight class with any difference made up by near-greats. I also added a small number of current or near-contemporary fighters in each weight class that didn't make the initial cut so as to preempt at least some of the inevitable "well what about so-and-so....." posts. Here is the first intallment:


The Flyweights

1. Jimmy Wilde 1,594-351-55 (1,259) .811
2. Miguel Canto 1,378-498-124 (387) .720
3. Yoko Gushiken 1,397-534-69 (1,025) .716
4. Midget Wolgast 1,379-523-98 (383) .714
5. Pascual Perez 1,344-571-85 (810) .693
6. Fidel LaBarba 1,286-600-114 (323) .672
7. Santos Laciar 1,148-703-149 (334) .611
8. Pancho Villa 1,157-722-121 (303) .609
9. Michael Carbajal 1,086-819-95 (580) .567
10. Benny Lynch 1,038-868-94 (483) .543
11. Elky Clark 978-932-90 (473) .512
12. Yuri Arbachakov 982-968-50 (702) .504
13. Vic Darchinyan 908-1,041-51 (639) .467
14. Frankie Genaro 847-1,046-107 (237) .450
15. Lorenzo Parra 665-1,288-47 (459) .344
16. Ricardo Lopez 525-1,417-58 (284) .277
17. Saman Sorjaturong 530-1,426-44 (329) .276
18. Jung-Koo Chang 495-1,423-82 (192) .268
19. Myung-Woo Yuh 481-1,436-83 (191) .261
20. Roberto Vasquez 481-1,477-42 (279) .251
21. Humberto Gonzales 447-1,503-50 (266) .236
Bumped for Poet ............................................