I absolutely hate it when a fight ends due to a freak injury and the other fighter runs around and jumps on the cage basking in victory as if he just finished his opponent. Afterwards they are like, yea, I beat him, completely by my own skills. I hated it when Chris Weidman did his victory lap after Anderson Silva broke his leg, when Tyrone Woodley took complete credit for his win over Condit when he said he kicked his leg and that was the reason his knee gave out even though the leg he didn't kick gave out from a takedown before that and I also hated it how Holloway acted after Olivera's oeso****us tore. These are all injuries that normally do not happen when the 2 combatants exchange techniques. They are a byproduct, not the goal on itself of whatever technique they were using. Neither fighter had the idea that these actions could lead to the injury, and when they happen, you cannot take full credit for the win, I hate that. The shin should not break after a check, the knee should not give out after a grappling exchange and the oeso****us should not somewhat randomly tear itelf apart. Those who think it is common for a shin to break after getting checked should think again. So many kicks get checked in striking arts like Kyokushin Karate and Muay Thai and a break rarely happens. If it was so common the low kick would be barely used for the implicated risks. Instead, it is a staple of many full contact striking sports. This is nothing to take away from the winning fighter that they would otherwise have lost or something like that, but they can't say or act like they conquered their opponent in that fight. In Glory, Gokhan Saki did it right when Tyrone Sponge broke his leg on a low kick check. He didn't jump on the ropes and started celebrating. Instead he was aware of what happened and called it an unfortunate accident, which is what it is and Saki stayed classy that way.