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Early UFC events were eight- or sixteen-man tournaments conducted by the organization Semaphore Entertainment Group (SEG) in relationship with WOW Promotions (headed by Art Davie and Rorion Gracie), wherein participants were obligatory to beat three opponents in a single sunset to be crowned Ultimate Fighting Champion. Reportedly no other event harmonized fighters of different style to establish which was the best (though actions like the Vale Tudo No Maracanãzinho, held in Brazil on November 30, 1984, would come into sight to contradict this claim). Fighters were classically skilled in one discipline only (for example boxing, Judo, Jiu Jitsu) and had little experience in battling alongside opponents with different skills of their own. In addition, some competitors were given falsified ranks in traditional soldierly arts in order to legitimise their presence (for example, Kimo Leopoldo was wrongly touted in UFC III as a 'third degree black belt' in taekwondo). The first ever UFC premiered in 1993.
With no weight classes, fighters could find themselves facing opponents who were significantly larger and taller than themselves. These factors combined led to a trend of short, violent fights, although there were notable exceptions (for example, the 'superfight' between Ken Shamrock and Royce Gracie in UFC V lasted 36 minutes). This was very much in line with the way the UFC was being marketed at the time. "There are no rules!" said the famed tagline. Although not strictly true, the UFC did operate with a limited set of rules; techniques such as hair pulling, headbutts and groin strikes were frowned upon, but allowed. How the rules were enforced: should a competition rule be violated, the competitor who broke the rule was fined $1000.