So if you didn't hear the news, Machinima, the company responsible for a good chunk of fan made video game stuff you saw in high school, was bought out and the new owners shut down all the video game related content. Unfortunately for the fans in the FGC, Body Count Fighting was a part of Machinima and also got shuttered as a part of the closings.
As a part of the shutdown, new Machinima has wiped out all of their videos across all of their channels. If you try going to the Body Count Fighting Youtube, you'll see everything is gone. So yeah, that sucks, but there isn't a whole lot that can be done. I'm not sure if there's any old rips from stream thieves still up, but there doesn't seem to be any official way to check out the old archives.
No idea if that crew has plans to continue things on their own, it seems pretty quiet on that front. I only found out about this due to a stray tweet from WonderChef, nobody else seemed to report on it (if they are, Google wasn't helping). While it wasn't the biggest event, it was one of the few places that consistently ran invitational matches from games across the scene, from NRS to anime to Street Fighter. That's a big loss to any scene that needed a little help staying alive during a dry spell and we can only hope they can restart things once the dust settles.
Body Count Fighting Shuts Down in Machinima Closings