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If only this year’s Royal Rumble could have been as exciting as the Amir Imam-Jared Robinson light-welterweight fight. If only…
MUST WATCH: Heavyweight Boxer Begins Convulsing After Brutal Knockout Punch From Undefeated Deontay Wilder
Deontay Wilder is 29-0. All knockouts. Now he can add “It looked like I may have killed a guy” to his resumé. A good ten seconds of involuntary shaking after the jump.
UFC 162: G.O.A.T. Anderson Silva Gets Knocked Out While Taunting Chris Weidman, Becomes Goat (VIDEO)
Even the words to describe overconfidence sound pretentious. “Bravado”, “nonchalance”, “hubris, “assholey-ish”. Well, except the last one. Probably the best word to describe what Anderson Silva looked like last night, though. Video after the jump.
Undefeated Korean-Russian Boxing Phenom Ends Fight With A Freakin’ Body Shot For 14th Knock Out In A Row (VINE)
HADOUKEN! Yoel Romero Jumps A Foot In The Air, Delivers Knee To The Address Of Clifford Starks’ Face
In case you were watching basketball last night, here’s what you missed over on UFC on FOX 7. Yoel Romero appears to hit the most brain-filled part of Clifford Starks’ body with the “Tiger Knee”, popularized by Sagat in Street Fighter 2. If you can think of a more devastating blow than this (that doesn’t involve biting), please let us know.
Last night was apparently episode No. 3 of the 17th season of UFC’s “Ultimate Fighter,” and Uriah Hall delivered one of the most vicious roundhouse kicks we’ve ever seen. How Adam Cella survived to walk out of the Octagon on his own, well we don’t know. It’s actually pretty frightening, seeing him lying there, eyes wide open, barely conscious. But what we do know is that Hall will most likely win the $25,000 prize for knockout of the year. [SportsMasher]