An MMA fighter keeps hitting his opponent after winning by knockoutMar 242021
Tsuyoshi Sudario made headlines for his unsportsmanlike conduct, since not even after the final bell did he stop hitting his opponent, a situation that forced the judges to intervene to remove him.
The Japanese mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter Tsuyoshi Sudario defeated his compatriot Kazushi Miyamoto in a matter of seconds during the RIZIN 27 event, held this Sunday in Nagoya, Japan. Miyamoto, who was making his MMA debut, quickly fell to the canvas and while trying to stand up, Sudario surprised him with a well-aimed blow to the chin from which he could not recover, barely six seconds into the fight.
The referee ended the match, in which the 23-year-old Sudario also achieved the record for the fastest knockout in the history of the Rizin Fighting Federation. However, beyond his achievement, the Asian made headlines for his unsportsmanlike conduct, as he continued to hit the opponent after the final bell, a situation that forced the judges to intervene to remove him from him.
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Sudario breaks the record for the fastest KO in RIZIN history, scoring a 6-second KO win against Miyamoto!
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Things took a turn for the worse after a member of Miyamoto's corner entered the ring and pushed Sudarium, prompting the latter's coach, retired martial artist Enson Inoue, to step in and respond aggressively.
Later, Inoue explained that his pupil lost his temper on the 'ring' because he had come to the contest angrily, every time Miyamoto, 43, called him in the previous "cry baby". The former MMA champion also assured that he and his team apologized to the opponents and things between the two athletes finally turned upside down.