Sunday, November 9th, 2008
While I do watch some MMA fights when I catch them, I do not really keep up with them, and I only know a few fighters by name. The videos posted by Trops are very entertaining though. Here are some of the highlights.
This fight is straight out of a movie especially with the music. Just two guys standing toe-to-toe and pounding on each other over and over. No defense and not a lot of technique here, but relentlessly entertaining nonetheless.
Don Frye vs Takayama
This is another great fight. Lots of drama in this one.
Matt Hughes vs. Frank Trigg 2
The most amazing thing was actually posted by Nobahd in the comments section. It was a compilation video of Genki Sudo. Again I do not really follow MMA very closely, so I have never seen this guy before.
Genki Sudo is like a character out of a fighting video game, using flashy “are-you-kidding me?” moves that shouldn’t work on his opponents, but do because they are so unorthodox. His pre-fight introductions are hilarious also. Check out these videos:
Genki Sudo compilation and introduction:
Second Genki Sudo compilation:
It is too bad Genki Sudo is retired now. Last compilation video:
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