You’ll have a wide variety of emotions when watching this 28-second fight

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I know that I certainly had a wide variety of emotions when watching this video and I’m sure you will as well. This fight happened at EFC (Extreme Fighting Championship) yesterday between heavyweights, Matunga Djikasa and Willem Smith. The two fighters started off the main card in what would turn out to be a short and dramatic contest.

Smith does a quick glove touch and throws punches coming off it. Immediately I found myself rooting against the guy because of his questionable sportsmanship. He tries for a single leg but his opponent holds him off and simultaneously works for the choke. Djikasa secures the choke and puts Smith to sleep, much to my judgemental delight.

Djikasa finished Smith off in 28-seconds then showed his own brand of bad sportsmanship. He gave his sleeping opponent the ol’ crotch-chop and ruined what was a nice finish.

This must be what kids feel like when their parents get divorced.

Exhaustion makes cowards of men, this video is proof

Exhaustion

This gentlemen was out of gas and tapped to an awful armbar setup

Exhaustion is bad news in a cage. This isn’t a good look at all. Sometimes when you run out of gas, you just can’t react the way you’re like too. In this heavyweight clash, we see Matunga Djikasa taking on Juan Bezuidenhout at EFC Worldwide 68 in South Africa.

Mantunga was all out of gas, and just going through the motions here. He was hit a couple of times and then taken down. Juan immediately moved to mount with little difficulty and looked for the armbar. He grabbed an arm and didn’t even step over yet and Matunga was tapping. Yes, he tapped to an armbar setup. I guess when you’re done, you’re done. Check it out for yourself.

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