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The VFF Report III: Randy Marsh Takes a Vacation


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Randy Marsh's reign of terror started with a bang. After becoming the first ever VFF champion in the fourth game of the season, he defended his title not more than 10 games later. Then, either potential opponents started being scared of him or maybe his retirement announcement brought him pity, but he barely even fought for a while. He ended up successfully defending his title two more times, drawing against both Wolf Weiss and Isabella Campbell, essentially prolonging his reign as the only VFF titleholder by an additional 20 games. But that's all he had left and, per the VFF Rulebook, his title was eventually vacated after his 20th game without participating in a single fight. VHL fighters paid their respects to the first of hopefully many, by agreeing to not fight for a couple of days, but the hommage had to end at some point, and it was Jim Bob who broke the minute of silence. After a tumultuous fist fight against Toronto Legion's Lester Green, Bob came on top and officially received became the 2nd VFF Champion about 15 games before the end of Season 78 and, incidentally, his career.


VFF Report II | Players mentionned: @oilmandan @Matmenzinger @Banackock @jRuutu @Smarch


Updated list of VFF Champions
No. Champion Challengers Title Fights
1 :mal: Randy Marsh Dakota Lamb, S78 Game 4
The Terrible Trivium, S78 Game 63
Wolf Weiss, S78 Game 189*
Isabella Campbell, S78 Game 260*
Title vacated after not fighting for 20 games
2 :prg: Jim Bob Lester Green, S78 Game 451



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