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Tuesday, 09/04/2012, 09:09 am

FIGHT VIDEO | Fighter Postures Like A Diaz, Gets KO'd In The Process | MMA NEWS


Showboating can be a valuable tool, especially in a sport where athletes have to FIGHT for the spotlight. Unfortunately, this time it went wrong.

At Sunday’s Tuff-N-Uff “FestiBrawl” at the South Point Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas Carlo Junio knocked out the Diaz like Shai Lindsey after showing off in the cage.

To check out the glorious knock out hop to page 2.

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17 Comments to FIGHT VIDEO | Fighter Postures Like A Diaz, Gets KO'd In The Process | MMA NEWS

  1. Brend0magic says:

    AT LEAST the kick didn’t come during the “Diaz stance” or “Diaz taunt”

  2. Phantom weight says:

    Theres nothing ” diaz” about that clip.

  3. danielrchargers says:

    i was expecting the leaning of the head and some snarling… just looked like a Kid getting amped from the crowd.
    Not BJpenn.com’s fault. that lame commentator’s fault haha.

  4. Murphy says:

    The referee has a coll beard

  5. Murphy says:

    The referee has a cool beard

  6. CamNumbahONE says:

    the commentator must really want a job with the UFC

  7. Shadleigh says:

    Haha. Talking shit, then gets KTFO three seconds later!

  8. Jordan says:

    If only this would happen to the Diaz brothers

  9. Smh!! Nothing Diaz about that at all

  10. Eric says:

    the kicker is from Sim Go’s Cobra Kai, Carlo Juinio, and Shai Lindsey is from House of Ryu (formerly tapout). This was one of the best fights that night.

  11. Crazy Horse says:

    hehehe, boop!!! Wanker!

  12. Not required says:

    You know segal showed him that kick

  13. JD says:

    Wait a minute. Why didn’t anyone notice the kick? It was a Steven Seagal kick. Give the man a credit for God’s sake. Without him, that kick would not have been possible.

  14. GreenBelt says:

    Hahaha, This looks like exactly what would happen if Diaz Vs SIlva.

  15. CombatRusse says:

    Was that a front kick?
    Fighters start training to counter the Diaz brothers when they drop their hands . I remember Jim Miller immediatly going for a jumping knee when Nate dropped his hands (He must have been drilling it)
    Benson Henderson will undoubtedly also train for that

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