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flash KO's...walk off or pound away?

Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by Filthymaggot, Feb 14, 2016.

  1. Filthymaggot Badger Milk is not a PED.

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    Which do you guys enjoy more?
    I actually love when Hunt connects and just walks away while the other guy is out.

    Aside from the flying H-Bomb to Bisping I think i prefer walkoffs.
     
  2. Hans Gercmiov Titanium Belt

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    Hunt is gangster with it.
     
  3. 13Seconds Silver Belt

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    Depends on the situation. Hunt failed with that walk away thing a few tlmes too. It looks cool when he pulls it off tho
     
  4. SirKratos Silver Belt

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    GnP till the ref steps in. I hate pretentious gimmicks
     
  5. Toxxus The Ancient One

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    Requires a little discretion. I normally prefer the fighters that will give the ref a quick glance when the guy they dropped is clearly out cold. I don't like to see them flailing away on an unconscious body until the ref gets there.

    I remain gloriously good with Dan Henderson's gratuitous and wholly unnecessary follow-up shot on Bisping "I earned it with my trash talk" Bisping.
     
  6. GODZILLA213 Genocide Revised

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  7. wredj10 Blue Belt

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    Continue punching, sometimes it can bring a few laughs. The only time I've enjoyed the walk off thing is when the referee tells them to continue fighting. I think I've seen someone get knocked out twice because of that.
     
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    If it's someone like Ronda then pound away
     
  10. Takamine86 Black Belt

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    The one shot stop reigns supreme because there is no confirmation of the finish whatsoever. It takes a special fighter to know when his opponent is done without confirmation.

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    Im mixed on it, they are fighting for their livelihood in there but i do appreciate the sportsmanship when they dont flurry after opponent is unconscious. Good example is machida vs munoz.
     
  12. theincognito Brown Belt

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    I like this
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    Gotta make sure the jobs done...unless you have Hunto fists, haha.


    Page just looks like an absolute super douche as seen in the gif above.
     
  14. Stump Black Belt

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    I can't stand seeing unnecessary post KO punches.

    I don't think many people realize how much damage is done when the brain is shutdown and continues to receive shots - often harder than the ones thst put the guy out since he is unconscious now and can't defend himself at all.

    I think there should be an automatic 20k win bonus if a fighter finishes an opponent and shows immediate restraint a la Nate the great. Whose name should be celebrated for stopping when he knows his opponent is finished

    Same as hunt. The defenceless, broken-jaw struve he walked away from would have been seriously hurt if he had continued smashing him.

    I know some of you animals aren't, but I'm in this to see athletic performance and technical proficiency, not to see a human being suffer severe brain damage, nor to see a defenceless person getting walloped on by a professional fighter.

    It's gross. This shouldn't even be a question
     
  15. Filthymaggot Badger Milk is not a PED.

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    I was impressed when Shogun stopped before the ref arrived in Machida 2.
     
  16. Topsy Kretts Orange Belt

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    I really think it can work both ways and be cool.

    Your example for instance, the Bisping knock out totally was made even more brutal and awesome by Hendo jumping into the air to land another shot.

    I've seen a decent amount of hardshots guys thought were knocks out and don't pressure then later the other guy recovers
     
  17. giusti825 ßanned

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    I find i only like it when dan henderson does it. For some reason, I just find it entertaining when he does it, but it would piss me off if others did the same.
     
  18. tommi462 Purple Belt

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    Walk off when it's a clear KO. But only when the other guy is clearly lights out.

    I don't mind a few hammer fists, but I dislike guys who go with full force on guys who are already out of it.
     
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    A flash KO is like Mendes with Edgar where he was fine 1 second later, Hendo nearly took bispings head off, Bisping was as unconscious as it gets.
     
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    Is that mazzagatti? I prob butchered the spelling...
     

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