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Marsolo's "Spartan DOGG"

Marsolo's "Spartan DOGG" stands 5 feet 8 inches tall and reportedly weighs 270lbs. He is currently registered in the Heavyweight division. He fights for U.S. Midwest and is managed by Terminator Ty

has has a rating of 5, a status of 14 and record of 45-40-2 (32/25) and is currently R .  His record in world title fights is 0-1-0 (0/1)

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Shunned by Marsolo (aka NKM) after being disqualified in his 3rd fight, Spartan DOGG immediately took to his new surroundings with Terminator Ty. He was purchased with a 2-1-0 (2/0) record on February 4, 2001.

Retired with a record of 45-40-2 (32/25). 87 career fights and 32 career KO victories rank among the best ever in Terminator Ty's gym.

After 9 years of on-again-off-again fighting, captured U.S. Midwest Heavyweight title for first time in 2010, but gave up the belt in an effort to climb world ranks before he got too old.

Ever the warrior, DOGG eventually fought his way to the top of the World Heavyweight rankings. On January 29, 2011, he fought Balrog's then undefeated Sandor Clegane for the coveted yellow belt. DOGG succombed to a questionable sucker punch in the very first round of a fight that many believed helped propel Clegane to superstardom. As of July 7, 2012, Sandor Clegane had just won his 8th World Title. DOGG never fought for a world title again.

DOGG did eventually return to championship form, albeit for the U.S. Midwest title. He registered an 11th round KO of JoJo Prancer (managed by The Weaver) on May 7, 2011. For his career, Dogg was 3-1-1 (2/1) in regional title fights; 0-1-0 (0/1) in world championship bouts.

He scored his last career victory on July 30, 2011 with a first-round KO of Top Rank's Touchdown Tommy Vardell. It was the 7th time in DOGG's career that he eliminated an opponent in the opening 3 minutes.

One week later, DOGG fought for the final time, as he suffered an 11th round KO at the hands of Usain Bolt (also managed by Top Rank).

Marsolo's Spartan DOGG's career spanned a decade of TBG/BDB action. This time included the period in game history when fights had to be "agreed upon" by both managers, rather than scheduled automatically. It was during this time that Dogg fought maybe his shortest but most memorable fight. He took on Rahja "The Chocolate Thunder" Jones managed by Fists on January 27, 2010. DOGG entered the fight measuring a "husky" 5-8, 245 pounds. Not to be outdone, Jones busted 3 Vegas casino buffets on his way to the pre-fight weigh-in. He tipped the scales at 274 pounds, standing only 5-6. "The Chocolate Thunder" did indeed create quite a clatter when he banged to the canvas. DOGG took 164 injury points in that fight. Fists was evasive about the exact amount of damage that Jones received, but it was reported that it neared 4 figures. And always the gentlemen, Fists "dumped" Jones before "Chocolate Thunder" was even admitted to the emergency room.

DOGG held a ranking of 14 at one time, which ties him for the 3rd highest-rated fighter ever in Terminator Ty's gym. (Not so impressive really).