Controversial Move The Whole MMA World Is Talking About: He Attacked His Opponent From Behind And Knocked Him To The Ground With One Blow


Controversial Move The Whole MMA World Is Talking About: He Attacked His Opponent From Behind And Knocked Him To The Ground With One Blow

One of the UFC’s most important rules is that fighters must protect themselves in every situation, and Carlyle learned that the hard way. Quarantillo eventually took the victory by unanimous decision.

Saturday night was reserved for the UFC on ESPN martial arts event where we got a new serious challenger in the welterweight division. Gilbert Burns was great against Tyron Woodley and thus secured for himself the status of a fighter who will need to be well looked after in the near future

But one move attracted the most attention throughout that evening. Spike Carlyle and Billy Quarantillo met in one of the opening fights of the evening, and at the end of the first round, Carlyle knocked his opponent from behind.

Then he turned and walked away thinking his opponent wouldn’t get up, but he was wrong. Quarantillo was at his feet with lightning speed and punched him in the back of the head and immediately sent him to the floor.

Luckily for Carlyle, the round was over. One of the UFC’s most important rules is that fighters must protect themselves in every situation, and Carlyle learned that the hard way. Quarantillo eventually took the victory by unanimous decision.

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