GRAPHIC VIDEO: MMA star knocks out opponent with brutal spinning elbow

That is one devastating technique. He never saw it coming. A spinning elbow  to the temple with that kind of force can easily kill someone or put the in a basket for the rest of their life.

There have been a few MMA combatants die in the ring or as a result of their participation. I am just wait for the body count to go up.

At least 6 MMA fighters have died while in the ring or … – Courier-Journal

Jun 21, 2018 – A Courier Journal investigation of amateur mixed-martial arts found lax regulation and inconsistent enforcement in Kentucky and around the …


Floyd Mayweather set for New Year’s Eve fight in Japan’s Rizin Fighting Federation

I said this way back when Mayweather and that nuts-case-chair-throwing Irishman Conor McGregor fought.  If two people, one from the boxing world and one from the martial arts world, both the best in their sport, the same caliber, squared off in the ring, both men were allowed to use all of the weapons at their disposal, the boxer would not stand a chance.

Essentially, McGregor took the fight for the gigantic payday, BUTT was NOT allowed to use any of his martial arts skills.  Who can really blame him??  He got upwards of 100 million to fight Mayweather.

Take a look at the video above where to guy got knocked out with a spinning elbow. If Mayweather was hit with a technique like that or a round house or heel kick, it would be game over.

BUTT, when one of the combatants is restricted to what they can or can not use, that is NOT a true test of which is the dominant sport. Unequivocally,  hands-down, without a doubt, in a contest as I laid out, the martial artist would win 98% of the time, possibly 100%.

It stands to reason, the martial artist is going to the OK Corral with 20 different weapons at his disposal, where the boxer has 1.  20 rounds in the gun or 1, what are the odds of the boxer winning.

I know that Mayweather and the McGregor thing was another in the long line of ways for promoters to make a big buck; BUTT it WAS NOT a true test of which is the more deadly sport.  COMMON-SENSE

If McGreror was allowed to use all of his martial arts skills against Mayweather, the outcome of the fight would have been entirely different.

New Years Eve 2018:

Mayweather, who was present at the press conference, will take on 20-year-old kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa at the Saitama Super Arena.

I have no idea at what skill level Nasukawa is. Is he just a push-over for Mayweather to play cat and mouse with or is he a highly skilled kick-boxer?

Remember I said; both men having the degree of skill in their own sport, both able to use all their weapons, the boxer does not stand a chance.

Here is a great example. I just researched Nasukawa’s skill level. He is ranked 8th in the world. A fighter ranked 8th in the world fighting an undefeated boxer who some say, pound for pound, at one time, used to be the best on the planet??? GMAFB

Tenshin Nasukawa is a Japanese kickboxer, fighting out of Tokyo, Japan. Tenshin is the current RISE featherweight World champion. As of 1 November 2018, he is ranked the #8 bantamweight in the world by Combat Press. Wikipedia

Floyd Mayweather Jr. – Wikipedia

Mayweather has a record of 26 consecutive wins in world title fights (10 by KO), 23 wins (9 KOs) in lineal title fights, 24 wins (7 KOs) against former or current world titlists, 12 wins (3 KOs) against former or current lineal champions, and 2 wins (1 KO) against International Boxing Hall of Fame inductees.

Total fights‎: ‎50
Wins‎: ‎50
Another plus for Mayweather. Nasukawa is 5′ 5″ and weighs 125 – Mayweather is 5′ 8″ and weighs 150. Big difference in the ring with punching power.
Based on those statistics, it will be just another pay-day for Mayweather.   There is no way that Mayweathers camp will ever put him in a position where he can lose. McGregor would have been his best test, BUTT was prohibited from using all of his skills.
Folks we are not comparing apples with apples.  The only reason I can see the Japanese kid winning, IF (doubtful) Mayweather is over the hill and peters out, or the kid gets lucky.
I wonder what price tag pay-per-view is going to charge all of the suckers out there for this up and coming fight?
In the Mayweather – McGregor exhibition, Pay-per-view charged 89.95$. Tell me who was the real over all winner?  There is speculation that the fight raked-in 669,665,000$ for Pay-per-view owners. No too bad.
I can’t see them doing as well with this FIX New Years Eve. Unlike McGregor, the Japanese guy is relatively unknown.




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