UFC 2010 – Top 5 Tips For Career Mode

Published on May 28th, 2010

You may have noticed that 2010′s is tough. Very tough. Stat degradation is vicious, and if you’re not careful you can end up going into important fights with a ”0′ next to some of your attributes. So follow our quick Top 5 tips to get you fighting fit and in shape.

1. Don’t turn pro straight away

After your ‘initiation’ fight, the game will ask if you want to turn professional. It’s tempting, but don’t do it straight away. Instead, take on a few more amateur fights and concentrate on building up your stats. Even the low-ranked pros will smash a guy with zero for every stat. Don’t be lured by the bright lights!

2. Auto Spar

Convention wisdom in these sorts of games suggests you should put the time in with manual training to maximise the results. Not here. Auto sparring will almost always give you more points than actually doing it yourself, and of course, it’s far quicker. Focus sparring is also pointless until you get to the high levels. So don’t do it.

3. Get to 30

First things first, make sure you get every statistic up to 30. They don’t degrade lower than that number, and you can go into a fight knowing that you won’t get your arm torn off or your chin smashed up because your stats have gone back to nothing. This is crucial. You can begin focusing on one discipline after this, but if you don’t do it straight away, you’re screwed when you’re older. One-dimensional fighters don’t last long in the UFC.

4. Rest

Make sure you get two or three rest sessions during every training camp. You want to get your conditioning high by training and sparring, but your fatigue low. Ideally, rest during the penultimate week, then do a light training session in the final week to up your conditioning.

5. Learn new moves sparingly

While it’s tempting travel the world’s gyms learning spinning elbows and flying knees, the time spend doing that will often lead to a decrease in your stats. Try and stick to one new move every three fights at most, or you’ll end up with the flashiest, weakest fighter in the UFC. It’s all about patience.

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    1. Posted by Chris on May 28th, 2010, 18:47

      You do not want to use auto spar. I play on advanced.. and get 40+ points everytime. Continually take down the opponent, and while in full gaurd, spam X punches until he pushes you off, which will take a few seconds. Get your takedown timing right n the opponent will only land 2-3 punches a spar.

    2. Posted by Flynn Hanners on May 28th, 2010, 20:25

      Really these are your tips. How about no not at all. You obviously don’t want to be good at the game when your done with career. I could beat your career dude with the worst fighter in the game if thats how your going to play it. I’m on year three I have probably 13 moves two at level three, I never auto spar, I only rest if I’m doing camps or sparing or get an injury because otherwise you lose points in training and nothing I have has ever decayed. Don’t waste time listening to this fool unless you want to be terrible when your done in career mode. Just remember its only 12 years and you don’t want to waste points so don’t use them unless you can hit a cap like 30,50,70. Then at the end of carreer make sure you have around 6,400 free sparring points or more to go to 100 in every stat. Or you can use like 5,000 and then focus spar at 90 to reach 100 in each stat. Make sure you always put the highest cred sponsor on your trunks you can repost to get more cred as well. Don’ do the popularity things because you will become popular through your fights anyway. This is how you make a super world beater caf, instead of the loser you will come out with in his method. Also when you spar only use hip toss or suplex and never transition. Try to get around 8 or 9 in a sparring session without getting hit and you will get several points and if your really good you can submit him sometimes after a throw if his power is low enough and that will ad even more points I can get about 100 a session on the middle sparing partner but my stats are only all 50 right now.

    3. Posted by Joshua Quigley on May 29th, 2010, 10:57

      Thank Flynn, your tips are definitely more applicable. I have good success in sparring if I max out my fighter’s speed in training and then land quick head or body punches from the muay thai clinch. The computer can’t counter fast enough and you interrupt his advances with quick punches. The idea is to have as many strikes land as possible without being hit or blocked. Takedowns and throws will definitely earn you points, but this method is just easier for me. Failed takedowns and transitions will dock points. I generally get in the low 80′s per session.

    4. Posted by Flynn Hanners on May 30th, 2010, 03:36

      As long as it helps, I may have been a bit harsh in my comments but remember this was published on a website that people go to for help. Not that people need to be perfect but they should be a little more accurate.

    5. Posted by antonio on May 30th, 2010, 04:13

      worst carrer tips on earth. my carrer dude is 80 overall and im in year 6, im a welterweight. never focus spar or auto spar EVER no matter what. i get 115=158 points per session. and i have like 400 saved up so dont have to worry about stat decay ever. str is str speed and cardio are all maxed(85,95,95).

    6. Posted by antonio on May 30th, 2010, 04:14

      oh and i play on experienced diffculty btw! not advanced or expert.

    7. Posted by Flynn Hanners on May 30th, 2010, 08:25

      ya with the tier three guy I get that many spar points as well jack ass. Your doing the same stuff I am doing and acting like your the one that came up with it. And focus sparring will help jack ass why spend a whole sparring session worth of points to only get 2 or 3 stat points when you could have 9 in one session idiot.

    8. Posted by UFC Undisputed 2010 Cheats on May 30th, 2010, 11:39

      Career mode in UFC Undisputed 2010 is much harder than it was in 09. Thanks for the tips, i will be trying them out now

    9. Posted by Anders Lundtoft on May 30th, 2010, 13:33

      How do you learn that hip toss. I got the Suplex to side control Offense, but the Hiptoss from Over and Under Hook is still locked? Anyone knows why?

    10. Posted by Joshua Quigley on May 30th, 2010, 22:21

      Anders, If you go to Team Militant’s training camp there is a Judo Hip Throw to Side Control. Attend the camp to learn it. You will be required to earn points by using throws from the clinch so just use your suplex to side control that you already learned.

    11. Posted by Joshua Quigley on May 30th, 2010, 22:25

      On the hip throw note, maybe someone can answer my question….I haven’t learned any kind of throw from the clinch yet. When I attend a camp I have to use throws to earn points. However, I don’t know any throws yet so I can’t earn points. Am I doing something wrong?? or is there a prerequisite move that I need to learn?

    12. Posted by Grumbles on May 31st, 2010, 06:46

      In all the training camps you can do the move your learning, thats how you get the special. duh

    13. Posted by Joshua Quigley on May 31st, 2010, 09:04

      One would presume, however not exactly the case. The hip throw option in the Greg Jackson camp was grayed out saying that you needed a prerequisite of the body lock. But the hip throw in the militant camp was available. I had to learn the body lock prior to being able to do throws in the training camps. I know that it is supposed to allow you to do the move that you are training towards, but it wasn’t allowing me to perform the task. And no, I wasn’t performing it improperly.

    14. Posted by dan jones on May 31st, 2010, 12:34

      I get approximately 160 – 190 per sparring session – the big trick to do is:
      1. When creating the fighter boost everything relating to grabbing a guy and throwing him to the floor then submitting.
      2. Train to level 3 at a gym on double underhooks to side control take down.
      3. Train to level 3 at side control choke submission.
      4. Get stats to 30 for each item as quick as possible preventing them from decaying.
      5. When sparring just run at the guy put him in double underhooks and throw him to the floor immediately trying a submission then getting up, as soon as he stands grab him and repeat.

      Your stats go through the roof so quickly it makes the game simple.

      Then just work on learning new moves – always to level 3 to make them properly effective.

    15. Posted by Flynn Hanners on May 31st, 2010, 18:17

      Thats exactly what I do for sparring and if you get six throws and six subs on the level five partner and have a 1.0 stamina multiplier you get 200 or slightly more per session. I never save unless I have gotten at least 200 on those sessions that I have the 1.0. You need 5,920 points exactly to go from all 70′s in each stat to all 100′s and since you can’t go over 100 just train to 5,920 and let the points sit there until your last fight.

    16. Posted by Flynn Hanners on May 31st, 2010, 18:18

      body lock throws are a special position throw that you do with your hands clasped around the individual. Under hook throws are all you need for sparring.

    17. Posted by Flynn Hanners on May 31st, 2010, 18:20

      the hit squad is great for the first several throws you need and you learn from Matt Hughes the legend himself most of the time and fortunately he is easy to throw.

    18. Posted by Jordan on May 31st, 2010, 23:17

      I play on expert and I some times get over 200+ points a session usually 130 but the most ive gotten is 229

    19. Posted by joel on June 1st, 2010, 16:28

      on my career mode my fighter is year 9 and i havent had a fight for like 4 years why is that?? be greafull if you could answer

    20. Posted by Mike on June 1st, 2010, 18:03

      As long as u add at least 1 pt to your stats every time u spar they will not decay. Actually I have only done half of my stats one session and then half the next and still no decay. If u go 3 weeks of a training camp without adding to a stat than they start to decay, so u don’t have 2 save all your ponts until the end. You can put them up to 80 or 90 and as long as u add 1 point when u spar they won’t decay.

    21. Posted by chrisb on June 1st, 2010, 19:47

      hey eveyone i really do need help with my career i cant spar at all everytime i do focus training i get like 0 points then get 2 bonus points n i own my spar partner in the free mode n still get like 18 points i dont knw how to do it can some1 please help??????? i keep winning fights n ranked 14 now but my stats r on 4 :S please w/b thanks

    22. Posted by Alex on June 2nd, 2010, 00:57

      i just wanted to add a tip and mention something about sparring.
      Sparring sucks compared to 2009,

      the short version is this…

      23 points for a KO with head kicks in muay thai clinch against cage.

      125 points for standing over opponent who lays on ground, punching to his chest and head, alternating to where he isnt blocking.

      in 2009 not only did they take in the fact of hits for and against.. but they also took note of damage, and KO’s as well as more.

      this year just doesnt make sense.
      for instance… i just did a sparring session, and i basically did some striking then got muay thai clinch, put him against the cage, and knee’d him in the head until he was knocked out.
      that gave me 23 points…

      then i replayed it, immediatly got the take down..
      exited the mount, and stood over him, punching his chest and his head, alternating to where he wasnt blocking.
      in sparring, the ref wont stand him up, you stand there for the entire session..

      in this way, i got 125 points, compared to adding more damage plus a knockout, with head kicks against the cage…
      i think its poorly made.

    23. Posted by sach on June 2nd, 2010, 18:55

      how many fights are there in career mode? right now i’ve had 44 fights and training for my 45th, i need 4440 sparing points to get everything from 70 to 100 as my all my standing skills are already 100, do i have enough time left in my current career to max out my stats?

    24. Posted by Dennis Diaz on June 2nd, 2010, 22:16

      Can you add all of your points after the last fight of your career or does it have to be before.

    25. Posted by THLA on June 3rd, 2010, 01:16

      Sach – you only get around 50 fights your whole career. I’ve finish career mode in 3 different weight classes and I’ve always got 50 fights

      Dennis diaz – after your last fight you have 4 free weeks left to do whatever before the game ends

    26. Posted by wil on June 3rd, 2010, 08:46

      its hard

    27. Posted by Jake on June 4th, 2010, 00:00

      How Many camp moves do you have to learn before you get the camp logo?

    28. Posted by Tyler on June 5th, 2010, 05:09

      thanks guys

    29. Posted by Scott on June 5th, 2010, 13:26

      Yeah, that kind of blew me away that you said auto spar gives you more points. I’ve gotten about twice as many points every time I’ve manual sparred.

    30. Posted by MMA_Outlaw on June 6th, 2010, 07:09

      hey guys i whant to begin the career mode but i whant a perfect high stas fighter what the perfect way to do that explain me plz stap for stap so when i must learn techniqes and when i must go to spar or when i must bring my stats str sp ca to 30 first than learn techniqes and than sparr ????

    31. Posted by The Prowler on June 6th, 2010, 22:48

      Quick Question:
      In Training Camp mode, I want to learn a new submission or increase my current submission levels to 2 or 3, but whenever I do the submission camp…I can’t get a singe freakin’ point. The directions tell me to perform and COMPLETE (does complete mean to have the guy Tap?) as many submissions as possible. Flynn, or anyone else that can help, what am I not doing?

    32. Posted by Gannon on June 8th, 2010, 08:36

      @ unknownjl
      U MAD
      @ Alex
      thanks for this man just maed out my stats using this little guide

    33. Posted by Gannon on June 8th, 2010, 08:48


    34. Posted by The Prowler on June 8th, 2010, 22:15

      Yeah you’re right, unknown…you’ll never meet a fighter that’s 100% on every stat. That is until you step into the Octagon against Fedor (Fydor) “The Last Emperor” Emelianenko. Light’s OUT FAG!!!! Ahahahaha!!!!!!!

    35. Posted by Jake on June 9th, 2010, 04:56

      How do you unlock camp logos?????????????please answer

    36. Posted by Ryan on June 10th, 2010, 01:02

      Quick question: At the beginning of your career when you start getting the options of sparring partner or training facilities, what would you guys recommend focusing on first? In short term, which benefits you more? Getting skills above 40? or stats?

    37. Posted by Bibs on June 10th, 2010, 03:33

      Wow Thx for all the awsome tips I made my first guy and after his 5th year I was rated only 37 now after using all these tricks my 2nd guy is 4 years behind the 1st one and already rated at 55.

    38. Posted by Nunya on June 11th, 2010, 01:28

      To get camp logos… just train in the same camp to learn 10-25 moves. With Team Quest I believe it took me 15 or 16 moves learned, and with H.I.T. Squad it took me like 25 moves to get the logos.

      Has anyone gotten Buffer to call you anything other then a boxer/streetfighter? Ive heard that training will do this but I cannot get my intro changed.

      Also, I’ve heard that camp logos will appear on your Banner. I didnt create one until after I earned my 1st logo, and I cannot get them to ‘appear’. I heard this on a mess. board, and dont know if the guy was just lying or if I need to have a banner created by the time I earn my 1st camp logo?


    39. Posted by Paul on June 12th, 2010, 12:49

      Does anyone know where the LEFT and RIGHT Rolling Sabbot kicks are? I haven been unable to find them in any camps. Either they aren’t there or I’m blind and need someone to point them out.

      Also does anyone have the BEST proven way to improve your fighter in career mode, where I’m able to learn moves quickly and increase my stats quickly too? Any advice would be gratefull. Thanks

    40. Posted by Sebastian on June 13th, 2010, 18:30

      Oh, God … this is some of the WORST ADVICE possible.

      Never auto-spar and once you get your stats to 30, focus on as many new moves as possible. Then get your stats to 50 and repeat, to 70 and repeat. From there on, save ALL your sparring points for your very last week prior to retirement.

    41. Posted by Alex on June 13th, 2010, 22:36

      After i throw him to the ground, am i just ATTEMPTING to get the sub, or actually getting my sparing partner to tap for the 160+ points?

    42. Posted by dylan on June 14th, 2010, 00:39

      how do i get my strength cardo or speed level up in career modE?

    43. Posted by ufcgamer on June 14th, 2010, 08:39

      any1 else having trouble with the games loading ? rented a copy from blockbusters to check it out and every time we try to manual spar it sits there loading for 15 mins and doesnt do anything but the game doesnt crash and neither does the xbox weve been sat there looking through albums when we noticed it still hadnt loaded

    44. Posted by Jay on June 15th, 2010, 13:44

      loosing stats sucks d1k

    45. Posted by evan on June 17th, 2010, 02:39

      finally completed career mode xD 52 fights!!

    46. Posted by Morbid on June 18th, 2010, 16:37

      453 a sparring session on expert for me I bring speed up first then strength while getting everything to 30 sparring manually takedowns off punches and reversals will give you the most points at this point in your caf THE REVERSALS ARE KEY when in open guard land only body punches as they cannot be blocked and they only count the number of strikes in sparring not the kind of strikes (ie postured or power shots) get a punch maybe a head kick as all the wfa guys are relatively easy the double underhook suplex is a must like everyone else already said I get that move then the americana from side guard down via team link (only because I actually in real life learned this move at a seminar from team links head instructor Marco Alvan). This is all after probably having 2 speed upgrades (speed = quick ko’s in your fights) and 2 strength upgrades and on my 2nd or 3rd level sparring partner. Once you can get your strength up to atleast 70 and have your sub at roughly 50 or above to 70 (anything above 70 you will sub faster) you can go submission happy on your sparring partner ala suplex to world class americana from side control I usually can sub the cpu 8 times in a session as you get your new sparring partner you can get up to 453 pts at 0 fatigue. Once I get all stats to 70 I start banking them once I have roughly 800 saved I will start bringing stats up to 80 or 90 then from 90 I bring each one up one pt a week banking all the extra pts in case of stat decay. By year 6 you are almost maxed and can just spar once a week to keep stats up and bank pts keep an eye on your strength speed and cardio and you can learn moves all day long even some moves like subs and trans at 100% fatigue clinch moves and striking training against an opponent are tough on expert for striking techniques wait for you partner to hit you the land quick jab combos not power shot as they take longer to land and are hard to tie into a combo at this difficulty. Jab combos land fast and will get you a lot of pts if you can tie in the technique with the jab combo for bonus pts. Clinch throws are easy if you have the suplex just suplex them as many times as possible in the 2:00 time and clinch strikes are by far the hardest try to bury them in the cage and hit body shots while in the muay thai clinch reverse his transitions and you should be able to get a few pts. ON EXPERT YOU GET A SHIT LOAD OF BONUS PTS TOWARDS MOVES. At 0 Fatigue they almost double your pts in a session so say you get 5 10 pts the first time you learn the move normally 50% IN EXPERT THEY WILL GIVE IT TO YOU! yes I find 5-10 pt tally’s will get you the move. Enjoy and if you have questions X Box live- Lord Morbidious

    47. Posted by zaakir on June 18th, 2010, 21:24

      Thanks all u guys for the great advice i feel like ive been playing blind! Can any1 tel me why we should save our sparring points for the last match?

    48. Posted by Paul on June 19th, 2010, 16:20







    49. Posted by peter on June 21st, 2010, 04:57

      Always do manual sparring and do power leg kicks, you can easily get off about 60 of them and they prevent your partner from hitting you, every time i easily get about 40 points, and do the same for focus sparring

    50. Posted by Al on June 21st, 2010, 11:16

      ALL u guys r major nerds huge nerds probably 40 year old virgins

    51. Posted by Hughes on June 25th, 2010, 19:10


    52. Posted by Hughes on June 25th, 2010, 19:16

      I have a career in the heavy weight division and my submission offense and submission defense are both at 100 and i got to level 3 on the kamora and every time i face frank mir i try to submit him with the kamora but it never does and he will try once to submit me and he will. Can someone help me????

    53. Posted by michele on June 28th, 2010, 02:47

      anyone know how to beat shogun,im doing good then he takes me to the ground and i always tapout.plz help

    54. Posted by ufc sucks on July 1st, 2010, 16:40

      This has to be the worst game i have ever played!!!!! who ever created this game should be shot!!! and this is the first time i am posting a comment on any game i have ever played! the fighting in this game sucks! career mode is unrealistic and the training sucks as well bottom line a total waste of 60 bucks ufc undisputed 2010 sucks the sweat of a dead mans balls!!!! and for everyone that is going to write smart ass remarks about what i wrote..you can kiss my ass too!!!!!
      this game fucking sucks!!

    55. Posted by jo85 on July 2nd, 2010, 07:32

      Dumb question I know, but I cannot for the life complete a submission hold in the camp I am attending. I hit R3, then rotate the stick clockwise and the submission initiates but never completes. It says I’ll get extra points for completing the submission but I never can. What am I missing here? What is a submission hold? because apparently I can’t even do that since I get no points. Help, please.

    56. Posted by Tommy on July 2nd, 2010, 20:41

      What can I do to get out of the muai tai clinch? Ive tried blocking, take downs and reversals, everything I do gets blocked and I get ko’d by knees!!

    57. Posted by tvicky on July 2nd, 2010, 20:46

      @jo85, you must spin it really fast, but i have huge problem in sparrin i can’t get more than 50 points, in my last career i could get around 100 but this time 50 seems to be some sort of limit?! help would be much appreciated

    58. Posted by Kevin on July 2nd, 2010, 23:48

      The game was patched so now you can only get 50 points max from sparring. Someone explain what the use of focused sparring is?

    59. Posted by Joe on July 3rd, 2010, 23:23

      I agree with UFC sucks that this has to be the worst and stupidest game ever made. Once you get to the title vs. title fight they make your opponents take downs unstoppable and inhuman. Hurt my fingers up pretty bad trying to stay undefeated with this crap game they created.

    60. Posted by grant on July 5th, 2010, 20:53

      joe your an idiot and you just suck..its actually very technical and if you know any real world info about the submissions you can see how the fights body reacts to the littlest movements and sets up the submission perfectly…i have played all the fighting games including fightnight and this game by far has widest variety of moves and the best perfection in them…you just need to focus on playing

    61. Posted by Grant's Mom on July 6th, 2010, 07:55

      Grant, I believe it’s time you come out of the closet, you damn homo!

    62. Posted by Sleepywheelz-ps3 on July 6th, 2010, 20:27

      WTF, can I get rid of the patch that caps sparring at 50 pts? This game was awesome til then. Any tips on what to do with the point cap? Or how to get rid of it?

    63. Posted by Mark Sibbald on July 7th, 2010, 17:04

      Hey im just new to this. I have played the last UFC game and got realy good at expert and layed it regularly, however that said i am struggling with the new game which is a good thing. I want to do a career mode with a guy in heavyweight and also make him like a kickboxer/bjj but learn a few slams.

      Am i ryt in thinking that i should try get all the stuff to 30 (Strength, Speed and Cardio) then 50 and 70 and so on to 95? Also i like learning the stepping right hander to start so i take that to level 3, however i dont want to be slowing my guy down from doing other things. What way should i be trying to develop my guy and stuff realy like a just say im looking for a dummies guide. Word by word lol. Contact me either via this or via legend_killer_85@hotmail.co.uk. Thanks.

    64. Posted by grant's dad on July 7th, 2010, 18:09

      grant your a faggot go die

    65. Posted by david on July 8th, 2010, 06:23

      i cant win a match because they always take me to the ground and i keep doin the tutorials but i cant find how to get them off me when im on the ground or how to get out of a submission help me please!!!!!!

    66. Posted by Brittany on July 9th, 2010, 19:44

      was looking to see wut my hubby and I were doin wrong cuz we were only gettin 50 pts per sparring and were tryin like hell, but now I see why…that said, if anyone finds a way to get rid of that STUPID patch, lemme kno plz…
      and y’all quit fighting on here…this site is for help; if u don’t agree with sum1 else’s advice post ur own and be done with it…took me forever to find wut i wanted cuz of that crap!(be a smart ass back if u want…) neways, y’all take care :)

    67. Posted by Brittany on July 9th, 2010, 21:13

      guess i really can’t complain too much, tho…sum of it was amusing

    68. Posted by Zane on July 10th, 2010, 04:49

      BS man, BS. ALWAYS Manual Free Spar when it comes to sparring. On beginner i get 50 everytime, its the beginner max.

    69. Posted by Sleepywheelz-ps3 on July 10th, 2010, 07:06

      I don’t play on beginner and I get 50 everytime…?

    70. Posted by Slick Nick on July 13th, 2010, 03:40

      I have a CAF in Expert Career Mode. I was doing well, learning plenty of moves, had all my stats at 70s and maxed out strength, speed and stamina in year 8. Last night I fell asleep while playing and woke up with my first loss and i was INJURED!!!!!

      ** My question is how does it take to heal my INJURED CAF in Career Mode and is there any way to speed up this process?

    71. Posted by Trey on July 15th, 2010, 07:00

      This game is kinda stupid. I mean, sure it’s entertaining and all, but the game is -heavily- slanted in favor of takedown/ground offense/defense. Especially in a title match. It’s pretty damn unlikely that you can roll right over a number one contender, and fight the champion who seems like he’s got +50 points in everything on you. They made John Fitch a real faggot in this game. It seems that as a champion, he can take you down at will, and though I don’t have anything personal against him, let’s be fucking realistic. If they wanted to patch anything, they should’ve moderated the difficulty on title fights a little better; after all, it’s a damn game. Christ.

    72. Posted by Dave Queen on July 15th, 2010, 14:28

      Currently in 3rd year, on 50 for everything at the mo and 60 str 70 spd 69 cardio.
      Main prob I’m having at the mo tho is I’m killing it on WFA and UFN, stop everyone in 1st round (good fighters too like Marquardt, W Silva, Okami, Grove) but soon as I get on main UFC card I can’t survive more than 30 secs! Everything blocked/countered and get taken down and submitted instantly, been destroyed by Dan Miller, Alan Belcher and Akiyama, it’s nuts! Is it always going to be this hard on the main UFC cards?? How do I stop them countering everything and making tap like a bitch in 2 secs to crappy Kimuras?? any help much appreciated!

    73. Posted by Brendan on July 16th, 2010, 07:29

      I get to fight for the title in light heavy weight but shogun keeps doing submissions and betting me how do u beat him

    74. Posted by BPoilVP on July 17th, 2010, 01:15

      what gives you more points in career mode experienced or expert?

    75. Posted by Alex on July 18th, 2010, 06:51

      Omg, I have the max training partner and i have never been able to get over 50 points on my current person, it maxes out at 50 every session
      It doesnt do this for others however

      At the end it says
      Partner Level Modifier – x1.80
      Injury modifier – x0.50 (or something aroun about that)
      difficulty modifier – x0.80

      Can anyone help me please?

      All i do if takedown and pound and pound with strikes and i do that for my other guy too but i cant get over 50 on this person :(

      Please help :(

    76. Posted by anthony on July 19th, 2010, 16:18

      god damn. i hate the career mode in 2010 i think it blows. especially after like 5 years. everything just gets to messed up. its hard to keep shit balanced. and idk how it happened. but i was playing as a LHW and it asked me if i wanted to move up to heavy weight so i do. and now im back down to LHW but now everytime i win a title fight i’m not champion after. and have another #1 contendors match. then fight for the title and then it happens again. any advice?

    77. Posted by Josh on July 22nd, 2010, 16:23

      this game was fun til i realized that my caf in career mode always ends up to be like a level 57…its gay they patched they sparring points and i cant find any way else to make my guy better than 70 sumbody plz help

    78. Posted by matt on July 24th, 2010, 06:32

      how the F*CK do u beat shogun rua in the title? he always gets gassed out three times or more but somehow comes back to beat me and submit me

    79. Posted by rayman on July 25th, 2010, 19:30

      matt, I’m asking the same thing! I’ve tried to beat Rua SIX times and always am forced to tap even with submission defense at 100! I cannot plain and simple beat the guy

    80. Posted by anthony on July 25th, 2010, 21:44

      rayman and matt. to beat shogun i just got in close and threw elbows like crazy. got him rocked. then did it again and KOed him

    81. Posted by JOE M. on July 25th, 2010, 23:13

      ufc 2010 was great up until i started having multiple cafs in at one time one of my fighters has 2 titles one in hw and one in lhw and is about to retire.so when i try to bring my other fighters in the other divisions it works up until ttle fight the the champ all of a sudden become submission happy.are we as gamers not supposed to have fun with our fighters.I mean shit it’s not just us as teens or adults but it’s also the little ones i have to thin of the right answer to tell my son why his fighter can’t even win one belt but yet his brother’s fighter is already in the ufc hall of fame.the concept is to build the ultimate fighter yet stats don’t go passed 70 there’s not enough time to learn traing camps yet ufc wants to be the best mma game today I’m disapointed with thq the wwe games are more fun and I don’t evenwatch it.same company making two different games.but they can’t make the submissions similar ufc 2010 is a joke starting with all the submission fighters in this game.

    82. Posted by sko on July 26th, 2010, 20:24

      to beat the heavy take down CPU guys like shogun… you have to fight on the outside… make him come get you evade his punches and counter but don’t get to close for to long or else he will take you down, stick and move an you will knock him out

    83. Posted by dee on July 29th, 2010, 00:13

      to beat shogun u want to ground and pound him. same thing for matt hughes and gsp. also make sure stand up off/def are 70

    84. Posted by Sleepywheelz-ps3 on July 29th, 2010, 15:57

      Everyone complaining is slow. This game is hard because you must treat your opponents like real life fights. Ya gotta not get gassed(probly why shogun keeps beating you fools). Ya gotta counter, ya gotta stuff the takedowns. Ya gotta get takedowns and not be aggresive with your advances or you’ll be reversed. When you get taken down you have to reverse transitions by flicking the joystick. And to Joe M. How are games supposed to be fun if theyre not challenging? I never find it fun when I play madden and go undefeated season after season. Or play ufc and every fighter has an unblemished record. Learn the game, get good. Then complain how bad it is, cause if you can’t even figure out how to beat one specific fighter then you not in a position. To critique.

    85. Posted by nate on July 30th, 2010, 21:14

      50 is the highest amount of points per sparing session. Dont focus spar for it really is useless do this instead free sparing and during sparing session get close and keep throwing elbows and quick punches when he blocks try to walk back let him drop his guard and repeat as long as you keep connecting and hes not blocking this is the easiest 50 points you will get. Dont waste your time throwing the dude to the ground its not as easy points as close range punches. Plus you dont even need to block the dudes strikes if you do these punches quickly the openent will daze you let him regain and repeat its so easy i hope this message doesnt get read cause i just gave the secret away.

    86. Posted by cj the dj on July 31st, 2010, 05:41

      if u are only ONLY getiing 50 points on spar(remember, EXPERT mode gives you more MOOLA points!) it is because u r PATCHED!!! dun dun dun!


      removing patch; go to GAME DATA (not SAVED GAME DATA)
      delete UFC 2010, and reinstall game and DO NOT UPDATE IT untile you are satisfied on making ur SUPER CAF :]

      delete or clear cache from system (it will not delete trophies and save games). Then like for PS3…dont update your game.

      ..just to be safe…lay off online mode for UCF 2010 if u r planning on making ur SUPER CAF!

    87. Posted by Tha-killa on July 31st, 2010, 17:24

      this is a simple way to get high progess points. First of all it takes two moves to do this and they are. 1)Left/Right Over Strong Hook and 2) Left/right Dodge Knee to the Body.
      That’s all you need, when sparing keep your distance and land combos 1,2 over and over all the way to the end of the session you get 100 to 200 points.

    88. Posted by Warrior on August 1st, 2010, 20:42

      I just did spaaring and i tapped out my opp. 5 times and attempted 6. I got 128 points while my partner, no homo, got 0. Overall i only got awarded 50. Watdid i do wrong?

    89. Posted by tylersettle on August 6th, 2010, 04:14

      in tha carer mode it says 100% fatuige an 100% conditioning ?

      does it mean u need to rest ur fighter or not ?

    90. Posted by aggiebaby on August 8th, 2010, 20:26

      how come the game is taking so long to let me have my next fight. i went a whole year and still no fight

    91. Posted by buck jordan on August 9th, 2010, 19:30

      i found a good way to get at least 120-180 sparring creds on experienced. On a stand up sense learn brocks straight right and a muay thai snap kick and muay thai right elbow. Use brocks punch repeatedly and then elbows when close and then alternate to body snap kicks and repeat throughout…let your opponent get up if he is rocked though. If u want to use ground techniques learn the suplex and the salaverry posistion and just get repeated strikes in that posistion

    92. Posted by Ryan Erkal on August 13th, 2010, 21:13

      Another good enough tip I think, is dont learn moves(except for a head kick or something)don’t waste your time on that instead do sparring or training.when you finish career mode go into create fighter.copy your carrer CAF and go into techniques.you will have 12000 points to spend if you have no moves so its a real waste of time learning it in career assign all the moves you like and you’ll have a pretty tough fighter with good moves too.

    93. Posted by Kraag on August 15th, 2010, 07:19

      How do i level up my submissions in the camps? I cant get any damn points!

    94. Posted by Bertie Wooster on August 15th, 2010, 07:37

      That Shogan Rua is one solid mother fucker in career mode, just cant beat the bitch, but in exhibition mode i can own that crying ladyboy and can KO him at will.

    95. Posted by jshslv on August 18th, 2010, 19:43

      if u need help on career mode your dumb. do it yourself and figure it out yourself. don’t listen to these losers

    96. Posted by Jive Mothafacko on August 21st, 2010, 05:29

      I am TYRANNYBUSTER on XBOX LIVE. I need people to play UFC with…send me friend requests…that’d be cool.

    97. Posted by david on August 25th, 2010, 01:26

      ok this is pissin me off i have done all these tricks and it worked for only 1 of my caf now no matta what i do i only get 50 sparrin points i dont kno y…. i hip toss till he cant move and yet 50 points i slam him at least 10 11 times yet still 50 points any suggestions???????

    98. Posted by Iron Satchel on August 31st, 2010, 11:36

      Um, notice in the opening paragraph how it says, “top 5 tips”…yeah, it’s just that. Top 5 that they used to make a good CAF. I just sat here and read this ENTIRE thread and I have concluded that EVERYONE plays this game different. I think THQ made it so that no 1 specific style is a dominant style. If you’re a submission fighter, focus on that stuff; likewise for strikers. I’m pretty confident that no 1 method is the “best”. A majority of this thread was very helpful, other parts were a waste of typing. Good luck.

    99. Posted by Ringo on September 4th, 2010, 23:16

      ok, first off. if anyone is being limited to only 50 points in sparring, stop, delete your xbox360 cache, stay away from xbox live and restart your career.

      next, like many others have already said, to get major points while sparring, upgrade your sparrer to the max as quick as possible, play on harder difficulties and learn the suplex to side mount top. from side mount top stand up and pound your opponent in the stomach/head depending on where hes blocking. bear in mind you lose points for every blocked punch so spamming isnt necessarily a good idea.

      if you find your only “x” years into your career and you arent getting any more fights the main reason is you have already won 2 different titles and champ v champ (you cant go into a 3rd division)

      get all stats to 30 and keep them there until you can get them to 50, then keep them there until you can get them to 70, the times inbetween are great for learning new moves (i had 15 moves all to lvl 3 before my stats were all at 70). once at 70 go crazy learning moves or getting existing ones up to lvl3, when your in jan 2012 you will get a msg saying this will be your last year. stop learning moves and train for the whole last year, get 6000pts and you should be able to upgrade your fighter to 100 in everything just before he retires, ready to use online and in other modes of the game!

      i have 5 camp logos with 3 years remaining in my career, contrary to popular belief it has nothing to do with how many moves you learn, it has more to do with how many times you train in a particular gym or possibly how many times in a row you train at a particular gym. some of my badges have come from gyms where ive only learned 9/42 moves etc.

      if you think certain moves are missing from the camps then you have probably chosen a fight style that is not compatable with that move.

      i hope these tips help!!!!

    100. Posted by Ringo on September 4th, 2010, 23:19

      that was supposed to be “when your in jan 2021 you will get a msg saying this will be your last year”

    101. Posted by atlxmatrix on September 7th, 2010, 22:44

      Look the game is pretty easy, all you have to do to get through the carrer is put your sats so they dont decay, every fight go in throw elbows back out then throw more elbows. you will get a knock out every time. The key is not to get taken down, but if you do you should make your ground graple of/df up to 70 or whatever your stat mark is and you can kick them off. But make sure you do not get gassed otherwise it will be the same problem. But KEY IS ELBOWS! so easy to win. Im on advanced and my fighter is maxed with strength,speed,and cardio. also all my stats are up to 85-90 but i am also about to retire. Oh AND ON ANOTHER NOTE TO GET GOOD POINTS IN FREE SPARRING (YES ITS CAPPED AT 50pts) BUT ALL YOU DO IS THROW HIM DOWN GET UP AND GET CLOSE AND START RAINING PUNCHES! YOU AND DO THE SAME THING AND GET 30 PLUS POINTS IN FOCUS SPARRING (STANDING). and at the end you have a pretty good caf.

    102. Posted by Big D on September 8th, 2010, 07:06

      Most of you cannot read simple English sentences, how in the hell do you expect to learn complex combinations requiring tutorials and practice? I am not referring to those who don’t have English as a 1st language, but you butt tards who ask stupid questions that were answered a month ago. Read first, ask questions later. Why in the hell would anyone want a full strength custom fighter anyhow, except to get online and cheat your asses off? You all are the reason these games suck. You guys find the cheapest, easiest, most pathetic ways to advance and you shit on the game play in the process. All you really want is to be l33t online, but most of you are just pale legged skinny white trash with a console and nothing else to do besides talk shit online while your hacked customer fighter dominates.

      This is why I don’t play games online and why I don’t have a problem with the 50 point update, even though I haven’t gotten the update because I don’t update shit.

    103. Posted by Big D on September 8th, 2010, 07:13

      Also, many of you say the most retarded shit. Only throw elbows, but if you get taken to the ground, add points… How in the hell do you add points when you are taken to the ground?

      Why don’t most of you just shut your man pleasers and allow those who have the knowledge to speak. Everyone is an expert because they beat a fighter on some video game (there’s even the “I am a real figher” turds hanging out here it seems. We all know Fedor (love the way some turd gives the “Fydor” as if he is correcting someone. It’s Fyodor, dipwad. The way you spell it it’s “fi-dor”.

      Just love the know-it-alls.

      How many of you ever touched the breasts of a woman who didn’t share your gene pool?

    104. Posted by Markus on September 9th, 2010, 12:30

      Dude that’s you’re tips?lol no one will listen to you cause they’re much better than you, me personally is way better than you

    105. Posted by Scott on September 9th, 2010, 18:11

      I havera question or few. How is it that a fighter, Dan Miller for instance, can beat my fighter when my figher’s skills are way way above his. And no, I am not new to this game as I am currently on my 4th career fighter. My stats are 90 in all three areas with the rest of my skills being at least 70. I have 80′s in both takedowns, clinch grapple, ground grappling defense, and submission defense. My stand up are all at 100. My submission offense and ground grappling offense are at 90. I straight up beat Dan Miller about his head and torso for the first 1 1/2 rounds. My stamina bar was not even below the first full notch while his was below the last. Yet, he still seemed faster and quicker(yes there is a difference) than me. WTF????

      I mean I understand the dynamics of fighting and a “lucky shot”. But this game seems to, at times, completely disregard player stats. What gives? Does the game step the CPU player’s abilities up for big events?

      Also, does anyone know for sure what increasing a move’s level does and what increasing a skill does for that skill. Do the increases make the move faster, quicker, stronger, harder to block/counter, or just generally more effective. And yes, I also understand that in real martial fighting that being strong, fast, and having tons of endurance does not make one a good fighter and I also know one has to practive moves to learn them. Man, did I jsut answer my own question….???

      Any real help would be greatly appreciated. And by real help I mean someone with definitive knowledge of the game that really knows the game’s interworkings.

      BTW, auto sparring sux.

    106. Posted by drew on September 12th, 2010, 04:44

      Really? auto spar? i get 150 to 200 points per sparring match manually versus 12 or 18 with auto… auto until ur get good enough to be able to knock out ur sparring partner a couple times per match.

    107. Posted by Meh on September 12th, 2010, 23:15

      What i came looking here was some tips to get my conditioning and fatigue on decent levels when going to defend my belt for the 5th time. fighting at condition 37% and 27% fatigue sucks ass.. any suggestions? :)

      i have a striker type fighter i guess, i mostly knock my opponent out with elbows, or at least rock them that way and then finish. got some nice headkicks to back them up if it comes to that.

      getting taken down is ghey, so i have good 90% takedown defence and submission defence on same. all you can do on the ground is rotate the damn stick and most the times i have been successful.

      in sparring i get about 150 points per session, i hit the body a couple times then elbows like crazy and when he goes down i get in his guard and hit the body as many times as i can. repeat.

      what else? thats it i guess.. hope this was helpful.

      o and to those that criticize the game, youre not far off. its fun with friends but single player is pretty damn gay with all the hugging and sweaty man action on the ground. specially when all i want to do is knock their lights out.

    108. Posted by Ray on September 22nd, 2010, 08:35

      this is hard. i tried sparing and then after the year 7 i got the multiplier to 0.8 and couldnt get any points after that. since the beggining of career to year 70 every sparing time i used to get 50 points. then after year 7 nothing. Can i get any advise on how to learn new moves. I didnt even learned moves. But i didnt lose any fight and i was doing on experience. Can any one help me out? i would like to do a new career so i can have a super caf.

    109. Posted by Ryan on September 24th, 2010, 17:01

      hey ive completed a few careers now and learned alot of wrestling and bjj moves upto level 3 but when it comes to fighting my fighter is always described as a street fighter which really pisses me off!! and the body clinch ive looked on every camp and cant find it anyone know how to help??

    110. Posted by Kristian on September 25th, 2010, 20:39

      how come when i do career mode in expert i still get 50 points max? I have the maxed out sparring partner and do takedowns and just punch from the top but still get 50 in expert and never anymore…can someone help me?

    111. Posted by Danny Simpson on September 30th, 2010, 05:23

      I dont go pro first ang get my speed, cardio and strenght to 30 first thing. and in sparring i found the best way is to knock him down or take him down and get up so the computer is still laying down. punch him in the face twice and he will guard his face. when he does that hit him in the stomach a few times and kick him in the legs until he guards low. hit him in the face twice again and repeat. works very well when you have your speed and cardio up too. also level his training up to 70 on each and max the two you can have the most in out. ex. middle weights can have 70 strenght 90 speed and 90 cardio so max out speed and cardio to 90. after a long while when the bar is almost depleted just train your cardio light and it will refill your speed and cardio bar and only cost 10% fatigue.

    112. Posted by Zach on October 2nd, 2010, 22:23

      I think that after reading alot of comments on tons of different websites many people will agree and feel the same way I do about Ufc 2010. It has frustrated me so bad to the point of shattering my controller. I play on expert and in no means am I saying I am better than anyone but the clinch and ground game is absolutely ridiculous. I have done the tutorial over and over practicing and it says in the tutorial that it is extremely difficult to pin someone in the early first round. I have never succeeded at submitting anybody in any round. But somehow no matter what the opponents stamina is, when they submit me I can never defend it and I tap out within two to three seconds. I will stun them and hit them where they fall down and I start pounding their face in and they recover, get up take me down and submit me. I will destroy my opponent to the point that they have hardly any stamina and I still can’t pin them but they can still pin me in any time of any round. Anyone have a clue what to do?

    113. Posted by Joel on October 5th, 2010, 02:27

      I’ve decided that submissions in a career are impossible, even in beginner when my submission, strength and cardio stats are all above 70. I have full green stamina and the opponent is in red, every time i kick him he’s rocked and everything I can find says that my shine is perfect and I still cant submit.

    114. Posted by nathan on October 8th, 2010, 00:06

      i created a fighter his strength cardio and speed is 90 the rest of his stats are 50 except for standing strikes and standing strikes defnce and standing kicks.the game is easy if u practice and i play it on expert of advanced.
      standing strikes-70
      stading strike defnce-70
      standing kick defnce-70

    115. Posted by nathan on October 8th, 2010, 00:09

      my guy truned from a welter weight to middle weight he won both titles in a champ vs champ fight.and my guys a hall of famer.

      oh and standign kick offence-70

    116. Posted by nathan on October 8th, 2010, 00:10

      my guys stats

    117. Posted by nathan on October 10th, 2010, 03:01

      submissions are easy wait until their rocked on the ground then perform submission.
      but wait till there stamina bar is the lowest it can go.

    118. Posted by nathan on October 10th, 2010, 03:02

      and target that area all da time.where u wanna do a submission.

    119. Posted by Blake on October 11th, 2010, 05:59

      Seriously what game are these guys in the early posts playing the max stat points u can get from a perfect sparring session not being hit once and going all out on offense without being blocked once is 50, I have no idea where you guys are coming up with 200+ unless I was retarded for accepting an update I wasn’t supposed or something….just to clarify max stat points 50 not 200+ please stop lying its not cool

    120. Posted by Morgan on October 12th, 2010, 03:16

      cheers cj the dj i can finaly get more then 50 points in sparring.was anoying not knowing what went wrong

    121. Posted by Blake on October 12th, 2010, 03:18

      seriously?? wtf how???

    122. Posted by Morgan on October 12th, 2010, 03:20

      Blake.on ps3 delete the upgrade and disconect from the net and reinstall the game then you can get more the 50 stat points

    123. Posted by Morgan on October 12th, 2010, 03:22

      i dit it 5minutes ago.i had 2 disconnect from the net and reinstall tho cause it kept upgradeing

    124. Posted by Blake on October 12th, 2010, 03:29

      damn i figured it was that thanks man, i think i’ll stick with my career fighter though i got 70s across the board right now and some pretty good techniques so i dont think i did too bad with the cap

    125. Posted by morgan on October 14th, 2010, 04:43

      for me in sparring if you can get over 20 elbows,kicks,and punches with minimal/0 damage to yaself youl get max points.definately pays to get a head kick and a clinch throw at the start of the game.when on the ground try get your stamina bar as high as you can before tryna slip out when they on top so they cant summit you easy or dominate.i like this game but heaps of downers and uppers to the game.bit of a bummer im stuck in a glitch atm on 1 of me careers was the champ in light heavy went up 2 heavy fought 1 fight then went back to light heavy and cant get a title shot and keep destroying just sucks cause i wanted to get my stats up so i can fight brock and mir on the hardest difficulty and kick there arse but im stuck in light heavy.

    126. Posted by gabe on October 19th, 2010, 23:26

      can you get a super caf in any mode or does have to be the highest career difficulty?? and I keep getting tapped or ground and pounded in fights. any help?

    127. Posted by Brandon "the Bad Boy" Bolt on October 22nd, 2010, 21:29

      umm i fight in real life and i wish training and sparring was that easy hell im 28-5 and i rarley use hip tosses or any of those throws for that matter lol…. thanks for all the help guys.

      • Posted by Brandon on February 2nd, 2011, 02:29

        You are not a real fighter or for that matter 28 and 5 you’d have fight recruiters beating your door down and you’d be in the ufc and not in game chat forums. If u are28 and 5 it’s probably fighting 15 year old kids. Lol

    128. Posted by BANG ! BANG ! on November 3rd, 2010, 03:39

      Hi guys just to help everyone out .

      1 . Get your points to thirty to avoid decaying .
      2 . The first move you learn is the suplex to side control .
      3 . Then learn submissions if you want to make a bjj specialist .
      4 . If your having problems completing submissions to upgrade or get new ones here is what you do : Suplex your opponent to the floor , get off , go into half gaurd , rock him with punches and if you have it the darce choke works pretty well . it also works to get difficult submissions like the anaconda choke and peruvian neck tie ( note you will only get ten points for each if you dont do the original choke )
      5 . One of my most crucial positions is the crucifix from there you get an americana and a armbar and it works well with tough opponents .
      6 . Cross train got to the HIT team for wrestling and the crucifix , 10 th planet for bjj , greg jackson higashi link and qeust all have some sweet strikes and dont just create a boxer , make a kickboxer .
      7 . Renember to get sponsor put all your highest rated sponsors on your gear even your shirt and at the beginning of your carreer you already have two sponsors .
      8 . Pick the opponent with the best gred rating , he might be tough to beat but the rewards are worth it .
      9 . Try and get the title and hall of fame how you do this and this is how i got it win the title in your current division , defend it and the move a division up . If your a heavyweight you’ll move down and compete in a champ vs champ fight .
      10 . The most important thing when it comes to your carreer delete that f!@#ing patch . If you own a ps3 here is what you do 1. go to game data utility 2. delete the UPDATE you will not lose any data and it is as simple as that


    129. Posted by SSSLLLAAAMMM on November 3rd, 2010, 20:45

      Theres a way u can get about 300 points per session and it’s easier than everything on here. problem is i don’t know if i want to give it away lol. i’ll give u a hint…TRANSITIONS give you more points than anything you can do in a session and it takes a whole lot less time. i get about 300 everytime on advanced

    130. Posted by SSSLLLAAAMMM on November 5th, 2010, 15:21

      don’t listen to their way of doing the career…unless you want a weak fighter that doesn’t have any techniques.

      the most important thing you can do is DELETE THE NEW PATCH. you will NOT be able to get enough points with the new patch.

      I just made somebody that’s a light heavy muay thai, boxer, wrestler, judo and jiu jitsu fighter. all attributes at 100, strength 95, speed and cardio 85, 60 techniques that are levels 1, 2 and 3 and he’s only 31 years old. in other words..he’s a deadly beast. Luiz Sanchez is his name if you play online on PS3. I’ll be using him once I get my internet working again. I made him in only two days.

      HOW TO DO IT:
      **You HAVE to delete that stupid freakin new patch to get enough points. (The new patch only allows you to get 50 points! Doesn’t matter how well you do in the spar. Thats not even cool) keep sparring until you get about 6500 points stored up. make sure to train ur fighter as much as possible in the last few fights (need to be at 70 to avoid decay). use the down time to aquire new techniques….it takes ALOT of work but its worth it. Make the fighter what you want them to be at first but also an all-around fighter.

      BANG BANG gave some VERY good tips. do what we both advised and you’ll have a beast. Do what the article says and you’re fighter will be worse than the worst fighter on UFC Undisputed 2010.

    131. Posted by Sha'meen on November 6th, 2010, 17:29

      ..Who cares about losing in career mode..just focus on creating the most spectacular fighter ever..to mash people out online or wherever…thats the fun thing about it…i lose..but f@*k it..as long as they give me my progression points..im good

    132. Posted by SSSLLLAAAMMM on November 6th, 2010, 18:16

      I purposely lost the first 5 fights in career mode so i could collect a ton of spart points and moves

    133. Posted by Gucci-m14 on November 26th, 2010, 07:46

      I like the hints and all the stuff but i need an answer to the part that is killing the game…how do you defend submissions??????????????

    134. Posted by Justin on May 5th, 2013, 22:03

      Jesus Christ bud. That is the worst advice ever lol. For starters, NEVER autospar. Just dont. Career mode is so easy. Get your skill points to 30, then to 50, then to 70. Now just sit on your skill points until they tell you its your last fight before retiring. Now spend those skill points so when your fighter is retired he is epic. End of career.

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