PROMMA.INFO UFC 104 pick ’em contest sponsored by Silver Star

PROMMA.INFO and Silver Star have teamed up to bring you a great contest for UFC 104. One of my blogging cohorts, Mike Menninger, and I wanted to bring MMA enthusiasts something new, so if you like it – you’re welcome. If you hate it, call Mike and complain, I will then take no credit.

Silver Star has provided prizes for four winners, with each winner receiving his or her choice of any one shirt off of the Silver Star website. Anyone can participate as long as you have a valid email and mailing address (for receiving your prize).

Full details on the contest following the jump…

This contest is a bit different than your average “pick ’em”. It is actually four mini-contests, with the winner of each one receiving his or her choice of any one shirt from the massive Silver Star inventory.

The Rules

Participants may only make a guess as to ONE of the following fights, and only ONE entry is allowed, so make sure the choice you email in is your best guess.

For the ONE fight you choose to enter, you must provide the following:

1. Winner of the fight

2. Method of ending – choose only from submission, (T)KO, or Decision (specifics are not needed).

3. The round in which the fight will end (Remember, title fights are five rounds).

(You must correctly pick the winner for the rest of your answers to count.)


In case there is a tie between entrants, you must also provide an answer to this question: What will be the total time of the Machida vs. Shogun fight? i.e. if the fight ends at 3:21 of the second round, the total time was eight minutes and twenty-one seconds. The person who guesses the closest wins, even if they overshoot the time. So given the above example, if two people tied, and one entered eight minutes and one second and the other entered eight minutes and twenty-two seconds, the person who entered eight minutes and twenty-two seconds will win, because they were closest. No game-show rules here. You must answer this question regardless of which fight you choose to guess the result for.

Participants must guess the details of ONE of the following fights.

Lyoto Machida vs. Mauricio Rua

Cain Velasquez vs. Ben Rothwell

Yushin Okami vs. Chael Sonnen

Joe Stevenson vs. Spencer Fisher

So why is this different, besides the obvious complexity of the rules? Because participants will not know how many people have entered each of the mini-contests. Participants will send in their answers via email (instructions below), and only the winning picks for each of the fights will be revealed.

There will be a winner for each fight, regardless of the number of entries. So if only one person chooses to guess the result of Stevenson vs. Fisher, as long as he or she gets the winner right, he or she wins, plain and simple. But remember, you can only submit the required information for ONE of the four fights.

Submitting Your Entry

To enter, send your guesses for ONE of the above fights to Please put “PROMMA.INFO UFC 104 Contest” in the subject line. Entries must be submitted via the above email address by 8:00 PM ET on Saturday, October 24, 2009. All participants will receive a brief reply email confirming receipt of the entry. In addition to the above details, the email must also contain the entrant’s name, and mailing address. (Names and addresses will only be used to send prizes to the winners.)

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email me or post them in the comments section.

Further details for the winners will be announced in the Contest Winners post.

Thank you to Silver Star for generously sponsoring this contest.

Good luck to all participants!

– Brian Furby

1 thought on “PROMMA.INFO UFC 104 pick ’em contest sponsored by Silver Star”

  1. Still a few hours left for people to get picks in! A quick note – the most common mistake I’m seeing is that people are neglecting to answer the tie-break question.

    Regardless of which fight you choose to pick the result of, you MUST enter your guess for the total time of the Machida/Shogun fight in case there is a tie.

    Good luck everybody!

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