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Galactic Football League
Title Fight

by Scott Sigler and Matt Wallace
May 10, 2017
3 Hours
Ages 13+
Undefeated galactic heavyweight champion Korak the Cutter has defeated all challengers, destroying everyone in his path, but the wins aren’t as easy as they used to be. After a decade of perfect fighting, his age is catching up with him. For a Quyth Warrior, that means he’s slowing down, and speed is the name of the game in mixed martial arts.

At this late stage in his career, he faces a nightmare savage and unpredictable Chiyal “The Heretic” North. As crime lords and promoters try to fix the fight, and as managers cling to dreams of lost glory, Korak and Chiyal must find their way into the octagon to decide once and for all who is the greatest of all time.

This story is set in the era of the Galactic Football League, and takes place between THE ROOKIE (GFL Book I) and THE STARTER (GFL Book II).

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Director & Cast

Director Michael John Casey
Starring Michael John Casey as Narrator, Eric Messner as Chaiyal North, Danny Gavigan as Korak the Cutter and Tim Carlin as Doc Patah. With Jonathon Church, James Konicek, Bradley Smith, Jacob Yeh, Chris Davenport, Scott McCormick, Michael John Casey, Sasha Olinick, Nick DePinto, Paul Reisman and Nora Achrati
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Eric Messner
Dialogue Editors Patrick Stratton
Sound Designers Patrick Stratton
Cover Illustrator Scott E. Pond
Producers Richard Rohan, Duane Beeman and Matt Webb
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


GFL tie-in #1 by Zack (Posted on 2/27/2019)
If I’m correct, this was the first of the tie-in novellas for the GFL series. It was co-written by Matt Wallace who, if you haven’t yet, you should really check out. A GA adaptation of his novel The Failed Cities Monologues would be great, but that’s neither here nor there for the purposes of this review.

This novella expands on the GFL universe in a logical way. Where there are aliens and enhanced humans playing football, the idea of aliens in MMA is no surprise. I was a very big fan of MMA in my 20s and so I really enjoyed this story, both in its original form and as a GA production. This production is admittedly narration-heavy, which will bother some people, but it wasn’t a problem for me. Admittedly though, some of the violence is pretty rough, as would be the case for any story about MMA, whether it includes aliens or not, so be forewarned about that. Aside from being an enjoyable change from the core novels of the GFL series, this one actually does provide some further background on the team doctor, which adds significance to this story.

Great sound and acting work from the GA crew as usual.
Intergalactic MMA by Catdaddy (Posted on 8/25/2018)
A story about intergalactic MMA should be nothing but action, but, dear Lord!, “Title Fight” is narration–heavy. The first half-hour is particularly egregious. Loaded with exposition, light on dialogue, it still just gets by on it's thoughtfully-constructed world-building.

Fighting, like football, is inherently visual and therefore requires extensive narration. So nearly everything else - particularly exposition - ought to be handled in dialogue, right? Not even close. To counter this, GraphicAudio's use of sound effects is brilliant, and their professional actors make what dialogue the script offers them even more dramatic. Dialogue is where “Title Fight”’s theatricality comes from (GA presents, after all, ”a movie in your mind!”) - and this script constantly undercuts it. (Even the trailer for GFL “The Champion” at the show is simply a plot description read by Richard Rohan.)

The violence is quite explicit. It is difficult to side with either challenger, and the violence they inflict on each other is nauseating. Not recommended for kids under 15.
Great Fill-In by Armand (Posted on 6/4/2017)
Very good side story to the series!
just great by rafael (Posted on 5/25/2017)
this was just great. this book grabs from start to finish.
Great adaptation of a fun side story by Junkie Joe (Posted on 5/25/2017)
This was a fun adaptation of the story set forth by Sigler and Wallace. The format lends itself well to this type of story and as always Cutting Edge crew did a wonderful job producing this.
Just a little overpriced by damien (Posted on 5/23/2017)
Overall I found this a refreshing entry in the series, and it answers a big question from the main books about the team doctor. Good story, just felt it was a little expensive for the length of the story.
Strong start, wrenching finish. by Amy (Posted on 5/15/2017)
I started out loving this. However, it sagged badly in the middle. The end, however, redeemed everything.

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