OUCH! Man that's brutal! I've never seen a double knock out.
I watched it and no curse words (and the other vid i put up was better but oh well)
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ve7uieIvHww"]YouTube - Best Knockouts MMA-2008[/ame]
fav. one out of those is Chuck Liddel getting KTFO
the double knockout is so funny looking too lol
lol probably not...the best part about that knockout is the refs reaction hahaha
I don't know if its in that vid but theres one knock out where the guy hits the dude and it looks like the guy just pushes him down with his other hand just looks really funny hahaha......and the convulsing stuff is scary but when you first see it your like HOLY !@#$ then you see that and start to feel for the guy
No doubt, Ray Mancini actually fought (boxing) a guy who died as a result of the injuries he sustained in the ring against him.
Mancini's first defense, against former world champion Ernesto Espana, went smoothly with a Mancini knockout win in 6 rounds, but his next defense would change both his life and the face of boxing: On November 13th, 1982, he met South Korean challenger Duk Koo Kim. Kim had to lose several pounds before the fight to make the weight, and was dehydrated. By fight time, Kim was spent. It was, according to many observers, a fight filled with action, but Mancini had an easy time hitting Kim during the 14 rounds the fight lasted. Kim's sustained brain injuries that led to his death 5 days later. The week after his death, the cover of Sports Illustrated magazine showed Mancini and Kim battling, under the title Tragedy In The Ring.
See with MMA i think it's safer because in boxing a guy can go down and snap back to reality and get up before the ten secs are up but in MMA if the guy is knocked out and looks like hes out cold they call it