Fighter Doesn’t Touch Gloves And Gets Knocked Out In 4 Seconds
Amateur MMA fighters don’t make any money, so aside from cage rental, venue rental, alcohol vender etc. Every ticket sold goes right into the promoters pocket. They just want bodies in the cage to beat the crap out of each other and sell tickets.
More often than not a promoter will tell you how much the other guys sucks, how easily you could beat him etc. Meanwhile he’s in the other guys ear telling him the exact same thing about you. Also one must be careful not to fight for a promoter who has ties to an MMA gym himself.
Because 99% of the time fighting for these individuals results in you being the “fish” or, the less experienced fighter who gets purposely matched with a much more talented fighter from the promoter’s gym in order to get a win.
Before you say yes to a fight its best to ask your coach/coaches to analyze the match up and give their input. after all that’s what you pay them for, to teach you what they know, to give insight they’ve gained from experience. In this attachment you can look at the incredible knockout.
State of Florida Amateur MMA record KO (4 sec.) by Quinton Culpepper of DeBello MMA. His opponent was Aaron Rosenblum fighting out of C4 (Capital City Combat Club). Many people have pointed to these unwritten rules of mixed martial arts when commenting about this video.
In it Quinton Culpepper scores a super quick KO of Aaron Rosenblum when the two fighters met at. The fighters get their instructions before the beginning of the first round as usual.
As they come out of their corners Culpepper has his hand raised up in the universal signal to touch gloves.
However, Rosenblum keeps his hand up protecting his face as he moves in towards Culpepper.
It appears that he is not going to touch gloves. At the very last moment Rosenblum puts his right hand out. It could be an attempt to touch gloves or it could be a punch.
No one really knows. Regardless of his intent his left hand is so low that Culpepper is able to land a devastating right hook that puts out Rosenblum’s lights.
He is out for what looks like a long time as the medical staff work on him to bring him back to consciousness. It took time for the soldier to return to normal because the knockout was very brutal. Everything ended well and the fighter did not get any tears of injury.
Many people have blamed Rosenblum’s failure to touch gloves at the beginning of the fight as the main reason for his loss, even going so far as to call him a bad sport.
This may or may not be true but as always; keep your hands up. This is the only way to preserve a heavy knockout and a bigger effect for you organism. One thing is for sure that every fight must be fully prepared
Name: Quinten Culpepper MMA Record: 2-1-0 (Win-Loss-Draw) Nickname: Current Streak: 1 Loss Age: 30 | Date of Birth: 1987.09.29 Last Fight: April 15, 2017 in VF Weight Class: Lightweight | Last Weigh-In: N/A Affiliation: N/A Height: 5’10” (178cm).
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