In the history of mixed martial arts, there were quite a lot of different outcomes of duels. As a rule, the victory goes to the strongest and cleverest, but today we'll talk about those cases when this same victory went to an athlete undeservedly.
Fedor Emelianenko vs. Tsuyoshi Kohsaka
Fedor Emelianenko has suffered so few defeats in his entire career that he certainly deserves respect, however, the most insulting was perhaps the outcome of the battle against Tsuyoshi Kohsaka on the Rings: King of Kings 2000 Block B in 2000. The battle took place in Japan and lasted only 17 seconds. Tsuyoshi Kohsaka wanted to hit Fedor Emelianenko, but missed and cut his elbow with an eyebrow. The doctor began to inspect the Russian athlete, and eventually admitted the dissection is too deep, although the athlete himself was ready to continue the fight. Tsuyoshi Kohsaka automatically won this fight. And this despite the fact that the elbow is officially banned in the MMA.
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