Weirdest Fights Of All Time

Fights are always intense! Fights are always scary! But some fights? Some are actually kind off odd. Or strange. Don’t believe? Keep your eyes peeled. Here we go. These are the weirdest fights of all time!
#1. MMA VS YOUTUBE
In the last three years, Russian combat sports was revolutionized with the emergence of the POP-MMA leagues.
To put it simply, these are MMA fights in a cage among amateur and novice fighters. Sometimes, these fighters have no sporting background at all – no boxing, no wrestling, etc. They just enter a cage to entertain their viewers and followers on Instagram.
Rules in these clashes differ from fight to fight – from bare-knuckle brawls to classic boxing and MMA fighting. Promoters sometimes don’t bother themselves with weight classes and organize fights between different weight categories (such as fights between 50-kg and 150-kg fighters. And even pitch men against women.
#2. Slap-Off Showdown: Looking for the Knockout
Any type of strike can pose a threat to knock someone unconscious— even a slap. Ink Masters is known to have friendly slap-off contests hosted by Richie Bulldog at their tattoo trade show, The Ink Masters Tattoo Show. At this particular March convention in Odessa, Texas, Ink Masters hosted a slap-off championship match to draw in big crowds— men, women and children alike crowded the venue in hopes of witnessing a slap knockout.
The participants began by playing a round of ‘rock, paper, scissors’ to determine who will slap first.The participants began by playing a round of ‘rock, paper, scissors’ to determine who will slap first. After covering rock with paper, it is decided that the tattooed gentleman with the toque, Willy Beaman, gets to draw first blood and he makes the best of his good fortune— landing a positively scintillating slap that sends his hatless but equally tattooed competitor to the ground after being rendered momentarily unconscious. At this point in the video, the crowd erupts into applause and celebration after witnessing one of the most telling slaps of the event.
#3. FOREMAN VS. TOMATO CANS
George Foreman destroying Five Guys in one night may sound like a boxing legend polishing off an upmarket burger (grilled, of course) and fries. Instead, it was the unique and utterly bizarre way ‘Big George’ made his ring return for the first time since his shock defeat to Muhammad Ali in 1974.
It was a simple premise: five opponents, one after the other, each bout scheduled for three, three-minute rounds. Few expected any to go the distance.
“An X-rated show,” promised the menacing, heavy-handed Foreman pre-fight. “Battling five guys in one night is nothing but violence.”
#4. FASTEST UFC KNOCKOUT
Jorge Masvidal’s Knockout of Ben Askren Was the Fastest in UFC History.
One of UFC 239’s main card fights ended in record-breaking fashion as Jorge Masvidal earned the fasted knockout in UFC history. Immediately after the match began, it was over. Masvidal unleashed a vicious flying knee that hit his opponent Ben Askren directly in the temple. Askren crumbled to the severity of the blow and Masvidal was awarded the knockout and victory. Along with creating a viral moment, Masvidal also made history. The ref officially called the fight just 5 seconds into the opening round. That made the bout the shortest match in UFC history, beating out the 2006 fight between Duane Ludwig and Jonathan Goulet by one second.
Masvidal knee was the cumulation of an on-going feud with Askren. Before the fight, the two had went back and forth in verbal exchanges. As a result, Masvidal taunted Askren as medics came to clear him off the mat as well as openly admitting that he wished the fight was longer.
#5. THE POST-FIGHT BRAWL
Post-fight brawl ensues after Khabib Nurmagomedov submits Conor McGregor
A brilliantly contested lightweight title fight between Khabib Nurmagomedov and Conor McGregor was instantly marred by an ugly incident inside and outside of the Octagon on Saturday night at T-Mobile Arena. Nurmagomedov (27-0) defended his 155-pound championship by submitting McGregor (21-4) at 3:03 of the fourth round via rear-naked choke. Immediately after the bout, Nurmagomedov jumped over the Octagon and got involved in a short brawl with members of McGregor’s corner.
Moments later, an unidentified man jumped into the Octagon and began throwing punches at McGregor, who was still recovering from the contest. The events made a mockery of what was otherwise a hard-fought, back-and-forth championship fight at the highest level.
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