AL: I’ve heard fighters express they don’t even get paid on an hourly basis, but the thing that had been happening at Shamrock FC 313 at Kansas City, Mo., on Saturday was somewhat ridiculous. You can find just three sub-30 second KOs on the card and also we ’will break down them from shortest to longest (“longest” absolutely being a relative term in this instance).
Initially, middleweight amateur Shane McKay having a punch out of all Carlos Santos.
JM: On the 1 hand, anytime for yourself a four-second KO, it’s a good timeon the other, this one is kinda ass. We want our four-second KOs to be final and beautiful — Duane Ludwig murdering Jonathan Goulet, Kid Yamamoto jump kneeing an Olympian’therefore confront — maybe not this kinda KO where the guy has up immediately. It looks like Santos was simply knocked over awkwardly and the ref was a tad too gung-ho.
AL: This is the kind of thing that occurs in recreational conflicts, regrettably. You enter panic mode when you choose a shot that is hard and that might be exactly what happened to Santos here. Maybe not to mention McKay falling on him after. That I also have to wonder if Santos went to just end up taking more punishment so in a way maybe it had been justified, although it definitely looked ancient?
No matter this was the speediest KO at Shamrock FC history congrats into McKay because of that.
Clocking in only five minutes slower has been bantamweight Jacob Thrall that, such as McKay, had been able to land a shot that led to opponent Dillon Tolbert into face plant and exude a referee stoppage.
I’m scared to say this since I feel as I&rsquo getting a reputation but it wouldn&rsquo.
Amateur Jake Wilson has been given sufficient time for you and energy to work against Keenan Richcreek atleast there was no place for controversy here, although I & rsquo; m not just a fan of Wilson wanting to force the actions following the swimmer jumped .
JM: Ahhhh. Much like the Goldilocks, the one is perfect. Richcreek gets presented blank. Do you see how much it would be to have a KO like this particular one, even if it will take 20 seconds to happen?
For more endings out of Shamrock FC 313, you’ll be able to catch a replay of that series and all previous events with a subscription to FloCombat. And also a nod into @SecretMovesMMA for always tipping us off into the madness going down in that promotion.
JM: Next up, we’ve got a couple of of KOs out of Glory 62 (which took place in Rotterdam, Netherlands on Saturday and can be available for pay per view replay via InPlayer) and really, the entire card has been flame therefore if you have the time, I highly recommend checking it out.
AL: This collection of highlights carries a trio of fighters that perfectly display the way the excitement of victory and the agony of defeat that go together in combat sport. At a semi final bout, Benjamin Adegbuyi must have been after landing this sharp head kick.
JM: Even for individuals who think they don’t even like kickboxing, Glory is fundamentally just no defense ever so it’s likes ramming two actions figures together: almost always a good moment. This is the highlight of this weekend for combat sports. I’m not a proponent of rings in MMA however, the 1 argument to keep them is that individuals getting slept through the principles is one of the most effective visuals on the planet.
I hope Wilnis was conscious over time to see the finals. He could take some solace in being avenged, violently, by Jamal Ben Saddik.
AL: AL This is one of the situations where having a 10-count only serves to improve the brutality of their final. Start looking at Saddik tee off Adegbuyi, that actually looked as if he had been attempting some kind of defense. Guess you gotId only fight fire with fire.
JM: I’m bad for Adegbuyi. Imagine using a stand out operation, that for weeks you & rsquo;d observe on every night. But you obtain rsquo & KO;d an hour or so and later the whole night feels as a disaster. Victory shouldn’t ever be fleeting.
JM: Sticking with the kickboxing Earth, we’ve got the very ideal series of offense from the entire weekend courtesy of Manazou Kobayashi.
12-6 elbows are all prohibited in MMA and we can see . Saya Ito is becoming mangled within and also the fight is currently standing! If boxers can unleash those bad boys onto a likely 12, imagine? Jon Jones might actually kill some one inside the cage.
AL: I’ve never been as passionate about such a thing as Kobayashi was going elbowing Ito’s confront there.
AL: Sunday, in Shooto Brasil 8 9, we got a Possible Submission of this Season candidate out of UFC vet Hernani Perpetuo. Asking him a vet might be considered a stretch since Perpetuo fought just twice for the promotion and he failed to watch his hand. He hasn’t exactly been lighting it up on the landscape either, but this gogoplata is level material:
JM: Recall a week ago when I contended that boxers should cheat like hell when caught in a submission? Because this really is almost the exact right scenario to cheat as 19, Certainly Marcao Santana did not listen. Triangle or A armbar is really regarded as an wonderful item your opponent did, rather than failing on your part.
But such as a Von Flue choke, becoming subbed by a gogo is merely embarrassing. Because the saying goes: passing before dishonor, but dishonor before humiliation — knee him and accept that DQ my own guy.
AL: Not to be outdone, Everton Vasconcelos produced the most of his interim lightweight name chance from the series ’s main occasion, clobbering Felipe Olivieri 40 seconds into round one:
Olivieri, that also had a cup of java at the Octagon before being published following a USADA suspensionthat has been first featured on our site earlier this season on the wrong end of a nasty head kick and now he has got the full Missed Fists treatment.
JM: Credit into Olivieri for actually surviving that hook. That item swung from Nebraska and landed flush. This Olivieri didn’t is more stuff that is impressive.
That’s a big win for Vasconcelos that doesn’t even have a glossy list (4-2-1) in the minute but knocking out UFC specialists and winning regional names is the way to get on the huge promotional radar at a rush.
AL: now for a-one Championship event that definitely flew under the radar, probably as it had been as much a muaythai showcase because it had been an MMA one. “Destiny of Champions” happened on Saturday at Malaysia, Kuala Lampur, and kick-boxing & rsquo celebrities were out in force.
This show’s primary event was a Muay Thai connection between Yodsanklai Fairtex and Luis Regis. Yodsanklai has been doing over 250 kickboxing matches and he stopped a brief retirement (I’m talking Floyd Mayweather Jr..
It was entertaining for the couple minutes before things were ended by Yodsanklai with the quickness it lasted.
JM: That man threw a blend of three right uppercuts at a row! Crown him that the king of what!
AL: Uppercut-uppercut-uppercut. No may defend.
I don’t even love to produce light of folks getting hurt, but if Petchmorrakot Petchyindee Academy and this elbow & hellip connected .
JM: He did really collapse comical. I’m also a enormous fan of the way he got up after being flattened face-first and looked all indignant. I suppose if some body brained me along with his or her 15, I will be crazy. It really is, after all, a very rude thing to complete.
AL: Our other stand-out submission of this week came from former ONE middle weight champ Vitaly Bigdash, that pulled off a terrific inverted triangle choke on Yuki Niimura.
JM: I know exactly what you’rethinking: This is another instance where the fighter should have cheated his bum off, and you would be right. But having been caught in a lot of triangles myself, cheating your way out of these will be just a lot more tricky than you would imagine. You don’t have a great angle to complete the competitor along with much &rsquo.
Because scenario, it’s actually really tricky to complete the choke, but the arm/wrist isn’t difficult so you want to defend the ones, which prevents you away from having the ability to offer cheating 45,, to strike. That’s why I’ve always considered this triangle because the genuine fighter’s submission.
“Destiny of Champions” is available to watch for free on the ONE YouTube channel or the ONE program , and make certain that to take a look at unbeaten strawweight Jihin Radzuan’s exciting decision conquer Jenny Huang.
Radzuan calls on herself “Shadowcat”, probably because she loves cats and ’s super:
Teofimo Lopez vs. Mason Menard
AL: AL Let’s close out having a clip out of Saturday’s & Top Rank Boxing “Vasiliy Lomachenko vs. Jose Pedraza” occasion in New York, where 21-year-old lightweight Teofimo Lopez improved to 21-0 with an insane KO of Mason Menard on the undercard.
This is HallOfFame worthy thinking about that the influence while hunched over.
AL: A day after Max Holloway delivered a onesided drubbing of Brian Ortega in UFC 233, I realized I’ve never been hit hard after in my entire life I’m thankful we now have Menard here to demo exactly what I would probably appear to be when some body even softly socked me one.
What’s the most notable Missed Fists moment ?
Shamrock Hamilton Academical ’s trio of fast endings
Benjamin Adegbuyi splatters Jahfarr Wilnis having a head kick
Manazou Kobayashi goes elbow crazy
Hernani Perpetuo’s gogoplata
Yodsanklai Fairtex’s triple uppercut combo
Other (leave comment below)
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