This clip’s been around for a few months, but I just caught my eye this morning…AND HOLY SHIT did that guy get knocked-the-fugggout!
I’m not sure I’ve ever spent as much time on a K.O. clip as I have already with this one, watching over and over and over, as the this dudes face gets destroyed in one lethal kick.
In terms of K.O. videos, in addition to being one of the most brutal kicks you’ll EVER see, this also deserves credit for such a high-level of cinematography. The close-up, slow-motion clip of that foot connecting with the cranium, sending that unfortunate fighter’s life into a tailspin.
Kimbo Sklice, who turns 41-years old next month, last fought a mixed martial arts bout at UFC 113 in May 2010. Nearly five years ago!
Kimbo Slice had a brief boxing career where he went 7-0 andknocked outa bunch of dudes. His last professional boxing match was January 1013.
Is this more or less ridiculous than the UFC signing CM Punk? Scholars will debate that question for years. Details about his return to the fight game should be released in the coming days. I am giddy with anticipation.
“With the support of my family, I have entered into a drug treatment facility. I want to apologize to my fiancée, my children, as well as my mother, father, and brothers for the mistake that I made. I also want to apologize to the UFC, my coaches, my sponsors and equally important to my fans. I am taking this treatment program very seriously. Therefore, at this time my family and I would appreciate privacy.”
The UFC issued the following statement:
“We support UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones’ decision to enter a drug treatment facility to address his recent issue. While we are disappointed in the failed test, we applaud him for making this decision to enter a drug treatment facility. Jon is a strong, courageous fighter inside the Octagon, and we expect him to fight this issue with the same poise and diligence. We commend him on his decision, and look forward to him emerging from this program a better man as a result.”
After years of buildup, Daniel Cormier finally got his shot at Jon “Bones” Jones. It didn’t go the way he always wanted it to, however, as the reigning champion successfully defended his title at UFC 182 via unanimous decision.
As the final bell rung, Jones and Cormier exchanged a few final punches and then Jones did the mature thing and broke out D-Generation X’s crotch chop to tell Cormier to “suck it” – whatever “it” is. After the fight he apologized for being classless. Then had this to say during the post-fight interviews:
Jon Jones on FS1 post-fight show: “I hope he’s somewhere crying right now, I’m sure he is. I hope he earns his way back so I can whoop him.”
Paul Felder is now a 10-0 lightweight after knocking out Danny Castillo with this brutal spinning backfist at UFC 182. Felder, who doesn’t even have a Wikipedia page, spun around and caught Castillo flush in the head and holy cow was it awesome. It should also be noted that Felder’s nickname is “The Irish Dragon.”
MMA is one of the toughest and violent sports in the world. Fighters have suffered broken bones, nasty cuts, and even been knocked out cold. But this is the first fighter I have heard or seen lose a eye during a match. Watch MMA fighter Alan Grays get punched in the face with such force his fake eye flies out and hits the canvas. The referee doesn’t notice the flying orb and almost steps on it.
I hope the guy has vision coverage on his health insurance.
Watch as during a Nemesis Fighting Alliance bout amateur fighter Nikko Glasper springs across the cage like predator about to kill his prey, and lands a crazyass “Usain Bolt” punch on his opponent Tommy Sthair just 20 seconds into the first round knocking the poor guy out cold!
Who needs haymakers when you got “Usain Bolt” punches!