Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by yekmurat, Jun 18, 2021.
Nothing to shame for Sterling,thats pure devil move
Real men do not get in positions like that to receive knees in the face.
He is at least 10 times real than you kid
It was a dumb move, but should be legal.
Absolutely brutal knee, Yan only has himself to blame.
If Aljo would've gotten KO'd stiff by that illegal shot, everyone would have a different tune. But Aljo is tough as hell, looking forward to the rematch.
Whether or not the move was dirty is irrelevant. The way Sterling behaved was pure cowardice.
Writing is way easier than taking that perfect placed knee
Acting is way easier than beating Yan to win the belt.
Good point. He should not bait the Knee of Death.
The dirtiest move ever was Aljo acting up an Oscar winning performance after that accidental knee.
Then running away and hiding with the belt so he can be a paper champ for as long as possible.
his coach Longo lookin like he wanna pump him
not at all
he was asking his corner
they said to go for it
You must not have heard about the dirty moves that Yuki Nakai received from Gerard Gordeau. Gordeau repeatedly eye gouged Nakai, leading to permanent blindness in Nakai's right eye. Nakai actually won that fight, and went on to fight two more fights the same night, eventually losing to Rickson Gracie. Not to take away from Yan's boneheaded foul, but that won't even rank in the top 20 of all time dirtiest moves
Yeah I am not an mma encyplopedia
Yan was whopping him even though I don't think it should be illegal that's the rules Yan should have been disqualified either way but Sterling was acting.
Wes Sims stomping Mir's face.
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