Video: 3 vs. 1 fight ends in predictably absurd beatdown

Three men fight one at an Elite Fighters event in Rzeszow, Poland, on Saturday | @Grabaka_Hitman, TwitterThough MMA bouts can be wildly unpredictable, there are some results that even the most casual viewer can see coming from miles away. Case in point: When three guys fight one guy, it’s probably not going to go well for the one guy. That axiom played out in brutal fashion Saturday at an Elite Fighters event in Rzeszow, Poland, where a fighter identified as Kung Fu Panda took on a trio of opponents, Milosz Wlodkowski (“Modlicha”), Maciej Szwech (“Szwechu”) and Norbert Grazka (“Neted”). It’s unclear how much training any of these men had, but clearly the team of three didn’t need much to roll over Kung Fu Panda in a matter of seconds. Watch video of the ridiculous action here: I'm struggling to think how else they thought this would goSwechu, Modlicha, and Neted defeat Kung Fu Panda in a matter of seconds. pic.twitter.com/NkJ0mphINh— caposa (@Grabaka_Hitman) July 31, 2021 Whatever Kung Fu Panda’s level of martial arts expertise is, it wasn’t nearly enough to prevent his opponents from swarming him. He was immediately dragged to the mat by one of the three and then held down while the other two pummeled him with punches and hammerfists to the head. The entire freak show fight was chronicled in hilarious fashion by Twitter’s resident MMA historian, Caposa (@Grabaka_Hitman). About to be a 3 v 1 fight on this card. Here's the red corner. pic.twitter.com/8tkPgJ6GdH— caposa (@Grabaka_Hitman) July 31, 2021 In the blue corner: Kung Fu Panda pic.twitter.com/lGF0hjg9E8— caposa (@Grabaka_Hitman) July 31, 2021 This ref wondering where everything went wrong in his life pic.twitter.com/5mL8TMElno— caposa (@Grabaka_Hitman) July 31, 2021

Video: 3 vs. 1 fight ends in predictably absurd beatdown
Three men fight one at an Elite Fighters event in Rzeszow, Poland, on Saturday | @Grabaka_Hitman, Twitter

Though MMA bouts can be wildly unpredictable, there are some results that even the most casual viewer can see coming from miles away.

Case in point: When three guys fight one guy, it’s probably not going to go well for the one guy.

That axiom played out in brutal fashion Saturday at an Elite Fighters event in Rzeszow, Poland, where a fighter identified as Kung Fu Panda took on a trio of opponents, Milosz Wlodkowski (“Modlicha”), Maciej Szwech (“Szwechu”) and Norbert Grazka (“Neted”). It’s unclear how much training any of these men had, but clearly the team of three didn’t need much to roll over Kung Fu Panda in a matter of seconds.

Watch video of the ridiculous action here:

Whatever Kung Fu Panda’s level of martial arts expertise is, it wasn’t nearly enough to prevent his opponents from swarming him. He was immediately dragged to the mat by one of the three and then held down while the other two pummeled him with punches and hammerfists to the head.

The entire freak show fight was chronicled in hilarious fashion by Twitter’s resident MMA historian, Caposa (@Grabaka_Hitman).

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Uriah Hall releases statement after UFC Vegas 33 loss, vows ‘I’ll be back’

Photo by Chris Unger/Zuffa LLC via Getty ImagesUFC middleweight veteran Uriah Hall has broken his silence after a lopsided loss to Sean Strickland in the five-round headliner of UFC Vegas 33. The Ultimate Fighter 17 runner-up was not in good spirits after receiving scorecards of 50-44, 50-45, and 49-46, but vowed to keep fighting. Check out Hall’s post below. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Uriah Hall (@uriahhall) “Tough one last night,” he wrote. “Congratulations to [Strickland]. I was prepared [sic] he was just the better man last night. This one hurts, but I’ll be back. Thank you for all the messages and love. It means more then [sic] you know. Oss.” Hall’s setback snapped a four-fight winning streak that elevated him to No. 10 in the MMA Fighting Global Rankings, including wins over ex-champs Anderson Silva and Chris Weidman. Against Strickland, he was soundly outstruck over five rounds as his opponent, a former training partner, regularly took the initiative in exchanges. Strickland, meanwhile, picked up his fifth straight win. In a raucous post-fight interview, he doubted the UFC would want to have him as a champion given his shoot-from-the-hip opinions on life and death in the octagon.

Uriah Hall releases statement after UFC Vegas 33 loss, vows ‘I’ll be back’
Photo by Chris Unger/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images

UFC middleweight veteran Uriah Hall has broken his silence after a lopsided loss to Sean Strickland in the five-round headliner of UFC Vegas 33.

The Ultimate Fighter 17 runner-up was not in good spirits after receiving scorecards of 50-44, 50-45, and 49-46, but vowed to keep fighting.

Check out Hall’s post below.

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Uriah Hall (@uriahhall)

“Tough one last night,” he wrote. “Congratulations to [Strickland]. I was prepared [sic] he was just the better man last night. This one hurts, but I’ll be back. Thank you for all the messages and love. It means more then [sic] you know. Oss.”

Hall’s setback snapped a four-fight winning streak that elevated him to No. 10 in the MMA Fighting Global Rankings, including wins over ex-champs Anderson Silva and Chris Weidman. Against Strickland, he was soundly outstruck over five rounds as his opponent, a former training partner, regularly took the initiative in exchanges.

Strickland, meanwhile, picked up his fifth straight win. In a raucous post-fight interview, he doubted the UFC would want to have him as a champion given his shoot-from-the-hip opinions on life and death in the octagon.

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