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    Posted: 23 Nov 2016 at 11:24am
This is accessible from the Boxer Detail screen.  A fight can only be scheduled if the fighter does not already have a fight scheduled or there is an outstanding offer for a fight.

The screen shows a summary grid in the top left which is filled in as you progress through the screen.  Next to that you will see your fighter's trainer recommendations for an opponent.

Below this you will see a list of your shows which the fighter can fight on.  The show needs to be after the fighters recovery date and before his contract ends.  There is also a checkbox which will allow you to search for Open Shows if you wish.

When searching for Open Shows you can search by Continent, Country, Region, City, the name of the promoter and if the show is televised.

From either grid (your own show or Open shows) just select the one you want by clicking the button at the end and then confirming.  This will now appear in the fight summary section at the top of the screen and the next step of the fight schedule process will be revealed.

The next step is to choose if this is a non title or title fight.  At this point the game does not know if your fighter is eligible for any title fights, but if you select this option and submit then the game will let you know if there are any opportunities by showing you what title fights can take place.  This may be a voluntary your fighter can fight for, or a fight ordered by the sanctioning body such as an eliminator.

Otherwise, choose non-title.
Once a title type has been chosen or non-title has been confirmed, the fight type will appear in the Fight Summary and the next step will be revealed.

For non-title fights you will now be able to enter search criteria for selecting an opponent.  Most of the fields are self-explanatory, but one that you will use often is the "recommended" checkbox.  Clicking on this will mean that the fighters Trainer will suggest good opponents for your fighter depending on his current level of experience and class.  This is a good way of finding low level journeyman type opponents for your novice fighters.  You can combine this checkbox with other options such as style, stance, location etc.  If the trainer cannot find a suitable opponent (i.e. one he thinks your fighter should comfortably beat but still be beneficial), you will get a message.  You can then uncheck the box and find an opponent manually.

Once you have entered the search criteria, you can submit the search to reveal possible opponents.  The displayed grid has a "compare" link which provides a direct stat to stat comparison between the two fighters.  Or you can click on the fighters name to bring up his boxer detail screen.  Once you have decided on an opponent you can click on the button at the end of the row to reveal the Offer step.

The Offer step will present details of the fight purses and expenses required by your fighter and the opponent.  The min values will be pre-populated in the text boxes which need to be completed to make the offer.  You can make the values higher than the minimum if you wish but you cannot offer lower than the minimum.  Expenses are calculated based on the distance the fighters have to travel to get to the fight.  It will cost much less for a fighter in the same city as the venue than a fighter flying in from another continent and therefore requiring accommodation as well as travel expenses.  For non-open shows, where the opponent is not a free agent, you can offer a deal sweetener as well which is a sum which goes directly to the opponents promoter, normally in a brown envelope.

Note that if this offer is for an open show, then you will only be able to confirm your fighters purse requirements and if you want to make a contribution to the purse.  It will be up to the Show promoter to make the offer to the opponent if he accepts the open show proposal

If there are titles on the line, a title grid appears as well.  Titles which must be on the line will have the checkbox disabled - otherwise you can select and deselect as you desire.  This basically allows eliminators and mandatories for different titles to be combined where the opponent is the same.
If your fighter is a unified world champion, he must put all titles on the line which the opponent qualified for (i.e. is in the top 15 of the rankings).

The other option on this step is whether you want to allow "handpicked officials".  If this is selected, then the show promoter may hire officials of his choosing and assign them to the fight.  If this is not selected, then officials cannot be assigned to the fight and they will be chosen randomly by the game 6 days before the fight happens.***

Once the offer is in place, the summary section will again be updated and you will be able to confirm the offer.  On confirmation, the offer will become visible in the Fight Offers screen

NOTE - a fighters class will only improve if he beats an opponent with at least his class minus 49. i.e if he beats a fighter with 50 or more class below his own, his class will not improve. 

*** a note about handpicked officials:
All officials are given referee and judging stats as they may be chosen as either.  Awareness and strictness is not used when an official is chosen as a judge

Judges:
Sway - the higher the stat the more he is swayed by home crowd or the home promotion.
Ring Control / Aggression / Defensive / Shots Landed - the ratings effect how much the judges award for each of these areas when deciding who has won a round.  e.g. some judges may prefer aggression to sound defensive work.

Referees:
awareness - the higher the awareness the more likely he is to notice a foul or if a cut has been caused by accidental head clash etc
strictness - strict refs will be quicker to give warnings / deduct point or DQ
stoppages - how quickly is the ref likely to stop a fight
competence - a low rating possibly means you have ian john-lewis officiating

Fight Offers to Inactive Promoters
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An auto accept mechanism kicks in if a fight offer is made to a promoter who has been inactive for 6 months (for non title or voluntary) or 3 months (mandatory or eliminator).  This process does not wait for the offer to expire, it will just pick up the offer immediately and process it like it was to an AI (ie. unsuitable offers will still get rejected)






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