“When I hit Bigfoot, I already knew I knocked him out with my first punch, and then I got him one more time. In my head, it was like so slow-mo,” said Nelson during the event’s post-fight press conference. “I’m friends with Bigfoot, and he has a family. I don’t need to keep punching him in his face.” Nelson says that he didn’t kick McCarthy and characterised it as a “push.” “It was a push. It was more like, dude, come on,” Nelson explained.
Shoulder roll followed by right uppercut. Beautiful counter. Was one of Mayweather’s signature moves. The bouncer must have a bit of a boxing background. Not to mention some MMA training as well. He caught him in a crucifix there at the end like he was lying in bed chilling drinking a coffee and reading the newspaper. Drunk had no chance.
“Bruh hopped in the Mosh pit just to beat up white people. He probably don’t even like rock music lol.” I think that Tweeter’s caption might be bang on the money. This guy doesn’t care about rock music, he’s just there to inflict pain on anyone unfortunate enough to be standing near him. Otherwise he might’ve at least apologised to that girl for smashing her eye socket into a million pieces.
R.I.P to the dude still sleeping at the bottom of the pool. This past weekend, just a of couple days into school, there was already an off-campus pool party brawl at Texas State University. The brawl happened at Trapstone, a free party at the Village at Telluride houses. We’re not sure exactly how things started jumping off, but it’s pretty clear that party was lit as f**k.
From a back and forth heavyweight title fight that ended up with a knockout delivered by the champion Stipe Miocic to a kick thrown by former heavyweight champion Fabricio Werdum on his opponent’s coach after the fight was over. If you’re of the opinion that MMA is at its best when it is at least a little bit weird, then, wow, was UFC 203 ever the event for you. It had a bit of everything. It was wild and definitely entertaining.
What looked like a civilised argument between a driver and motorcyclist quickly turned into road rage. The dashcam video shows a motorcyclist arguing with the driver of a Nissan Sentra. Midway through the video, it seems like the two have settled their grievances, but as the motorcyclist turns around and eyes the car’s rear windshield, all hell breaks loose!
Regarded by many as a western pioneer in the muay Thai world, Dekkers began his training as a teenager in 1986 and would go on to post a career record of 186-33-2 before hanging up his gloves for good in 2006. Known as “The Diamond” and “The Turbine from Hell,” Dekkers distinguished himself with an aggressive, boxing-heavy attack and retired with 95 knockouts to his credit. Legendary stuff.
Protests around the demolition of the Saint Rita church have been marked by violence with a Catholic priest dragged out of Mass while with a group of protesters within the church. Riot police stormed the church and dragged out about 20 people. The description of this latest attack said that the victim was “chastised for his rudeness” by “a soldier in Christ”. The man’s injuries are unknown.
Although everyone longs to be a tough guy that can crack skulls and take names, that doesn’t always work in reality. Understand that in wild street fights, there are no rules, and there is no such thing as fairness. There are, however, limits you should never exceed except in a life or death situation. Where those limits lie is completely up to you, and what you’re willing to deal with after the fight is over.
Jiu Jitsu doesn’t work anymore huh? Shut your pussy mouth. Your homie just got his face smashed and then choked. The crowd is disgusting, encouraging the bully and trying to section the two off so violence would be inevitable. Then suddenly pull the moral high ground card after it’s over and they’ve had their laugh. “Oh, he’s bleeding. That’s f**ked up, man.”