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Speed Death Tournament 2011 by Staff Bot

VOID's most popular reoccurring and nearly yearly event. The VOID classic tournament where fighters clash for survival and bragging rights! Losers die and winners fight to survive. Unlike the themed tournaments, this tournament welcomes variety and diversity! Imagination is the only limit! Not for the faint of heart, competitors battle it out for one week rounds and only the toughest can survive at these breakneck speeds!

Speed Death Tournament 2011: Round 1
THE DARK ONE vs. The Ankle-Breaker

Speed Death Tournament 2011: Round 1
Beatrix vs. Marigold

Speed Death Tournament 2011: Round 1
Eli vs. Agent Black

Speed Death Tournament 2011: Round 1
Himself vs. Clamuel Matsumoto

Speed Death Tournament 2011: Round 1
Wyatt Graves vs. Failed Experiment

Speed Death Tournament 2011: Round 1
Kujo vs. Clash and Pistol

Speed Death Tournament 2011: Round 1
Hahnuman vs. Thorn Rose

Speed Death Tournament 2011: Round 1
BADDONG vs. badwang

Speed Death Tournament 2011: Round 2
Himself vs. Marigold

Speed Death Tournament 2011: Round 2
THE DARK ONE vs. Agent Black

Speed Death Tournament 2011: Round 2
Clash and Pistol vs. badwang

Speed Death Tournament 2011: Round 2
Wyatt Graves vs. Hahnuman

Speed Death Tournament 2011: Semifinals
Marigold vs. Hahnuman

Speed Death Tournament 2011: Semifinals
Agent Black vs. Clash and Pistol

Speed Death Tournament 2011: Finals
Marigold vs. Clash and Pistol
   
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