Edilceu Alves vs. Daniel Lacerda
Diego Domingos vs. Pedro Henrique Finger

AL: This variant of “After Spinning Sit Goes Wrong” comes from a Shoot Brasil 90 event in Rio de Janeiro last Friday.

Bear in mind that recent stretch of events with odd endings that we experienced last month? That would have fit right in. Edilceu Alves won a vacant flyweight title in just 40 seconds after competitor Daniel Lacerda went for exactly what seemed pretty standard spinning kick that somehow ended at a TKO-loss via accident.

JM: I’t watched this clip around 50 days and I still can’t figure out just how he dislocated his shoulder. And also you ’re speaking with a guy who has dislocated his shoulder literally hundreds of times. But the shoulder which I would assume could be your one he’d dislocate is nice! It ’s the tucked arm that pops out! His shoulder needs ’t been completely nerfed heading into this particular struggle. Imagine when he’d thrown an overhand or some thing.

AL: I bet Lacerda may throw that kick on 50 days and perhaps maybe not replicate this injury.

JM: JM Also, shoutout to Alves for looking at a totally helpless fighter cradling his or her own arm and he yells… a teep to the shin. Elite.

AL: Unreal killer intuition.

By that identical series, feather-weight Diego Domingos was much more successful using his dramatic, landing an nearly Machida-esque pinpoint strike to the body to shut Pedro Henrique Finger down.

It was like some one putting out the Pillsbury Doughboy if the Pillsbury Doughboy then instantly died afterwards.

JM: That’s merely perfectly placed. Once you tag the liver spot on, it doesn’t require much. Dim Mak Death Touch and everything that. Finger probably is still feeling this one.

JM: Considering we were speaking about spinning ish earlier, here is Chinese muaythai fighter Ma Tianyu showing the manner in which you do a spinning backfist for real.

That is really just one of the scariest knockouts you’ll see annually. Rungphichit gets the corpse stare. I expect he’s fine then.

AL: Therefore, Therefore frightening. Do not want any of the, no sir.

But if any one of our readers do, they could capture the remainder of Sunday’s muaythai Super Champ Show from Bangkok, Thailand, on YouTube.

Cesar Vazquez vs. David Ben-To

JM: And that, ladies and gentlemen, which is why you need to hook the leg once you’re moving for an armbar.

AL: Out Of Lux Fight League 4 (on the promotion’s YouTube) last Friday, we have Cesar Vazquez making an absolute mess of David Bento at a bantamweight bout.

JM: JM Balling up yourself like that’s great, until a super strong dude goes full Donkey Kong in your own skull. Having never been able before, I’m honestly surprised more people don’t let go from midair. I feel like this would be my reaction when I was raised up for a powerbomb: “BAIL, BAIL, BAIL”.

AL: We see fighters make an effort to slam their way outside of triangle chokes all the time only to wind up in deeper trouble, but this is one situation where Vazquez’s aggression paid off.

Amazingly, from this clip it looks like Bento may have been nice afterwards. Hard to blame the referee for waving off this one given how deafeningly loudly that knock was. It reminded me of when Anthony Johnson landed a thunder clap head kick on Charlie Brenneman and the bout was stopped as it sounded like Brenneman’s thoughts had actually been removed from his chest.

Rolando Dy vs. Mehmosh Reza
Harold Banario vs. Ariel Oliveros
Stephen Loman vs. Elias Boudegzdame

AL: Former UFC feather-weight Rolando Dy had one of the finest endings of this weekend at Brave CF 2-2 at Pasay, Philippines, carrying out Mehmosh Reza at under one minute having a mouthpiece-launching 1 2 combination, accompanied by him all but ordering the ref to call off the match, and then nailing a superb billy strut.

JM: I’m gonnabe a contrarian here and mention that the ref needs to ’t let this go on. I know, I understand, that’S-A crazy opinion since homie’s mouth-piece got launched into the cheap seats however, the way Reza popped back up, I believe like he could’t utilized a killshot or two.

AL: that I wouldn’t precisely predict slipping into a collapsed downward dog position “popping up”.

Form of. Maybe I just want more violence in my own life, ok?! Heck of a perfect hand Dy though. He had a rough streak of things in the UFC but good to see him put matters back on track across the regional circuit.

Also at Brave, Harold Banario does something I hate to see in the fighters, but it totally works out revealing, once again, which I am an idiot.

After having early take down, Banario completely abandons the old adage of “standing before entry ” and instead chooses to just jump a knee bar — a lot side actually which is fun. But rules are made to be broken up because are knees because Ariel Oliveros never had a opportunity.

AL: I’ll never wonder a fighter hitting on a slam and then going after his competitor ’s leg like a rottweiler.

The Brave CF mainevent watched Filipino fighter Stephen Loman defend his bantamweight title against Elias Boudegzdame plus it was a corker throughout four rounds until a ground-and-pound resulted at a Loman victory.

JM: Ooof. I’m not in love with this particular stoppage either. Boudegzdame is plainly hurt but he’s trying to work with an underhook and roll up. Maybe I’m just put off by the fact Loman is looking to the ref to stop it if he’s not really putting Boudegzdame a way.

AL: Loman was really needs to assert himself in round four, but it will feel as this one could have gone on a little longer. Pure gamesmanship from the champ. “Look at me, look I’m hitting he, it’s finished, right? How could I really be taking a look at you such as this when my rival isn’t finished? ”

A free replay is on Brave TV, therefore catch that when you can and decide for your self.

AL: And now, two fighters who you might not have been aware about … *tests notes* … Gilbert Burns and Gleison Tibau?!?

Don’t adjust your collections, we only wanted to go over a non-MMA contest between two veterans which happened at Titan FC 53 last Friday at Fort Lauderdale, Fla.. This was the first-ever combat grappling match on a Titan FC card plus they took off things to the right foot here.

Burns got the greater of Tibau in an interesting, if unspectacular outing. This card aired on UFC Fight Pass, therefore it’s just trendy to see recognized fighters being given a platform just like this to display their specialties.

JM: Do y’all remember when the founders of gave Conor-mcgregor a higher grappling rating than Burns up off? Man, interesting times.

But Tibau is quite a legit BJJ blackbelt plus he has hustled. Burns is some sort of champion BJJ player and, like the saying goes, there are levels to this ish.

Pierre Botha vs. Roedie Roets

EFC 7 7 Roets Compared to Botha KO

KO of this season contender already at Saturday’s #EFC77! Pierre Botha includes some SCARY Strength!

JM: Oh god. I didn’t understand that I’d be visiting a murder now.

That was an absolutely savage KO by Pierre Botha. I had to rewatch it five days to find the punch it came quickly and Roedie Roets dropped harshly. I truly wish he hadn’t gone thus aggro afterwards because it takes away from was a sensational piece of punching power.

AL: Agreed. Didn’t love the extracurricular process, but this is some serious pop. He grabs Roets right at the close of that hook and it’s lights out.

That finish came from the EFC Worldwide 7 7 preliminary card at Pretoria, South Africa, on Saturday, which can be seen at no cost on face-book . The entire card may be watched using a subscription to DAZN.

AL: We end with a certain bang from Sunday’s Pancrase 303 at Tokyo, as Yoshinori Horie makes Hiroshige Tanaka pay for stepping to him:

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