We’re gonna start playing video games at the Aberdeen Boxing Club every Saturday morning, starting at 10. Last Saturday was our first one. We’re going to mostly do fighting games for now. Maybe we’ll find someone to send to EVO in Las Vegas to represent the gym.
Chano20xx almost doesn’t make it to San Jose for the Capcon Pro Tour event. But after some quick thinking, we made it happen. After a winners bracket and losers bracket Happenstance Coffee Chano finishes 97 out of one hundred billion people in the Street Fighter V tournament, or something like that.
This weekend Jet City Boxing fought at the amateur boxing show hosted by White Center PAL at Cascade Middle School in Burien, Wa. We drank some Happenstance Coffee before weigh-ins. The show was great, as always, and we came away 1-1 for the night. Champ champ Liz Tuani came to support the crew; she leaves this week for a boxing/fighting tour of the South with the Women of Combat.
This Saturday the Capcom Pro Tour has a stop in San Jose, California. NorCal Regionals 2019 is the host for this Street Fighter V ranking event. Happenstance Coffee is there with our resident esports, fighting game player Chano the Mutant. Last season, Happenstance Coffee and Chano the Mutant competed on the pro circuit and we’re looking forward to another fun year!
This weekend was another Battle at the Boat, which took place at the Emerald Queen Casino in Tacoma, Washington. One of Happenstance Coffee’s athletes had a fight. It was a tough decision loss, but we live to fight another day. Sometimes, its not about winning and losing. Sometimes, it just about doing and fighting. But we always prefer to win.
This weekend was the first installment of the Washington Submission Series, which is a nogi, EBI rules grappling tournament. It was held in Bellingham, Washington at Bellingham MMA. Happenstance Coffee was there to live stream the event on Facebook.