*This special edition of Friday Night Fights is brought to you by constant reader Christopher Hoffman who volunteered his services as match-maker for Round 19. The selection has the added benefit of giving W. Navarre another shot this week, with a model that was not designed in a rush for a contest that he wasn’t completely satisfied with. If you have a suggestion for a future match-up don’t hesitate to reach out to me through the comments, the contact form here on the blog, or Flickrmail.
Welcome back fight fans, to Sin City Nevada for another rope-a-dope edition of Friday Night Fights! This week’s bout is a Mesoamerican throw-down with political control of Tenochtitlan and a small fortune in cacao beans on the line. Without further preamble, let’s go to the tale of the tape.
Fighting out of the red corner, from the point of no return, it’s “Nitro” W. Navarre and his “Chinampa“.
And fighting out of the blue corner, from the blood-stained shores of Lake Texcoco, it’s Tirrell “The Bludgeon” Brown and his “Chinampa“.
As usual, constant reader, you are tasked with deciding the outcome of this pugilistic endeavor and determine who will receive a week’s worth of bragging rights. Simply leave a comment below and vote for the model that best suits your individual taste. I will tally up the votes next Friday and declare a winner before announcing the next bout.
Last week, on Friday Night Fights….
It was the battle of the used record store, as influential bands went toe-to-toe to determine the best album cover. In the end, Anthony “The Wookie” Wilson and his “OK Computer“. roundly thrashed his opponent to the tune of an 8-2 victory over “Nitro” W. Navarre and his “Kansas Album Cover“. Mr. Wilson records his first win and improves his record to (1-0) while Mr. Navarre falls to (0-1).