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    No Contact Knockout in MMA

    See the 3:40 Mark. Probably a seizure, but hey, could be called a no contact knock out.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Tzadok View Post
    See the 3:40 Mark. Probably a seizure, but hey, could be called a no contact knock out.

    We also see a lot of delayed reactions from liver shots, too.

    Player takes the liver shot, and continues to move, not realizing that his liver has already flooded his system with a time out signal, and then after a few seconds, the player has to take a knee and can't quite move for a few seconds until his system recovers itself.

    These things happen.

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    Vasovagal response? I used to get faint if I stood up quickly in my teens/early 20s. One time, I got up to go to the bathroom, started fading as I walked, and as I turned towards the toilet, I went out, woke up banking my head off the medicine cabinet. I'd have hit the ground if not for the vanity. Now I get it a little when somebody lets go of a choke if I don't tap as soon as I know it's on. The restoration of blood flow causes the lights to dim for a couple seconds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WFMurphyPhD View Post
    We also see a lot of delayed reactions from liver shots, too.

    Player takes the liver shot, and continues to move, not realizing that his liver has already flooded his system with a time out signal, and then after a few seconds, the player has to take a knee and can't quite move for a few seconds until his system recovers itself.

    These things happen.
    Did he take a liver shot? He seemed to be in control leading up to passing out, and I didn't see anything connect near his liver other than maybe those heel strikes quite a bit before. He was breathing pretty heavy as he backed away, but he didn't look dizzy, pained or stumbling...he just went stiff and over like a tree. Hope he gets it checked out...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keslet View Post
    Did he take a liver shot? He seemed to be in control leading up to passing out, and I didn't see anything connect near his liver other than maybe those heel strikes quite a bit before. He was breathing pretty heavy as he backed away, but he didn't look dizzy, pained or stumbling...he just went stiff and over like a tree. Hope he gets it checked out...
    I did not see a liver shot.

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    We had another force ko in the co-main of Bellator 149.

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    Saw this on fb and somone mentioned in the comment section about weight cutting can mess you up. Maybe he went in weak?

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