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2012 MTF Popularity Contest 2nd Round Bottom Half

12 hour voting window, let the voting and backstabbing continue.

(2) Punky vs. Burrow
(63) Naudio Spanlatine vs. habibko
(31) IncrediBale vs. Bad Gambler
(34) Thanos vs. Uxyzapenje

(15) 156mphserve vs. Sjengster
(50) Chase Visa vs. Alex999
(18) arm vs. Minn
(47) Lopez vs. Dini

(7) viruzzz vs. Andrijagajic
(58) Sapeod vs. Looner
(26) Topspindoctor vs. Clydey
(39) masterclass vs. Motorhead

(10) leng jai vs. redshift36188
(55) Gaitare vs. Peta Pan
(23) Chirag vs. GOATsol
(42)clashcityrocker vs. ibreak4coffee


(3) Nole Fan vs. Bashkatik
(62) Cheeky Chick vs. Har-Tru
(30) Voo de Mar vs. barbadosan
(35) Certinfy vs. Sombrero loco

(14) Orka_N vs. Snowwy
(51) samanosuke vs. AdeyC
(19) Deathless Mortal vs. Marto
(46) Lee vs. Evita

(6) The Bulldog vs. Fed_ds
(59) Sophitia36 vs. l_mac
(27) Eden vs. Thunderfish8
(38) Goldenoldie vs. NYCTennisFan

(11) Pirata vs. Tomek.
(54) Filo V. vs. Pratik
(22) BroTree123 vs. StatRacket
(43) fast_clay vs. Jverweij

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