Yeah, yeah, yeah, guy should've been more careful, I agree but...
Jesus fucking Christ what an asshole.
I hope his coach beat him in the knee caps with a Louisville Slugger after this b/s.
What, like Killdozer? This guy's not even in his league.
Originally Posted by crappler
I'm more happy the other dumbass learned his lesson than angry at the guy who taught him.
"Protect yourself at all times, obey my commands at all times. If you'd like to touch gloves, do it now."
That one wasn't that bad. He never pretended like he was going to touch gloves, not like the first dickhead. This is what happens when the high school bully gets into MMA.
This hate is bullshit.
If you lose like that, you absolutely 110% deserve it. You were asking for it, begging for it. You were strutting around the ring with your hands away down and away, chin out, mind not in the fight. You deserve to get knocked out anytime that happens, even if it's during the first few seconds.
Especially during the first few seconds.
He said something like "shut up I knocked that mother fucker out" when the crowd were booing, so it's obvious he has no respect for his opponents.
There's no reason for douchebaggery like that in my opinion.
Call me old fashioned or whatever, but I prefer to see two people fight properly than some wanker winning by exploiting another's attempt to display good sportsmanship.
Originally Posted by Hesperus
It's a sporting contest between two trained athletes, not a war. There's no need for that.
Last edited by Evil Solvalou; 9/09/2009 6:13am at .
Hesperus: Gotta disagree with you there buddy. It's a cheap shot from an arsehole move. No 3 ways about it.
Fighting properly means defending yourself at all times.
It's not a war, but it's a fight. Treat it like one.
On Teh D34dly Stre3ts I'd find that quite impressive, a sneaky shot that gets a knockdown. However in a combat sport it's just lame, by all means use sucker punches and dirty tactics if it makes for a juicy fight but to me, this feels like cheating.
Okay, technically it's not but I'd feel cheated if I was the KO'd guy and even more cheated if I had paid for a ticket to watch a fight. KO's in the first few seconds are impressive but only when the fights properly under way.
The KO'd fighter is well within his rights to shake the hand of the other guy, complement him on the KO and then head-butt him flat.