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Fighter dislocates his elbow during an MMA bout then puts it back in place inside the cage

Fighter dislocates his elbow during an MMA bout then puts it back in place inside the cage

It's pretty hilarious how the human body is just composed of a series of joints that connect everything together. We're just blood-filled Lego pieces at the end of the day. Life is just a constant struggle not to be reassembled in a hospital. Pretty soon we'll be able to exchange old arms for new, bolt-on arms that have mega blasters at the end of it. Serious question though, how many of you would be willing to sever your entire arm in exchange for the blaster gun of any villain from Mega Man 2? It'll just attach to your arm and you can use it whenever you deem necessary. The pros far outweigh the cons in this scenario. Sign me up for a Wood Blaster, future scientists of the world. Let this article be documentation that I was first in line. Thank you.

I've never dislocated my elbow mainly because my skeleton structure is made from pure adamantium. However if it happened, I would like to think that my composure would be as cool as this fighter in this video. Check out what happened last weekend at VFC in Omaha, Nebraska when this fighter dislocated his elbow on a take down and calmly popped it back in place. Props to @BrokenSmileFT for the find.

Last modified onTuesday, 30 July 2013 17:29
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+10 # Sporadik Styles 2013-07-30 18:17
2013 and people still can't hold their phones sideways
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+11 # Fatty_Sam86 2013-07-30 18:43
Badass.
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-1 # Fatty_Sam86 2013-07-30 18:45
Plus, I don't really like refs stopping the fight without the fighter's consent. Forest Griffin broke his arm and still managed to win his fight back in the day. Ol' boy coulda escaped the position and just popped it back in while avoiding the opponent...
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+8 # GUCCI 2013-07-30 19:43
yeah but most fighters are really stubborn and would try to win a bout with two broken legs so its good to have a ref stop it before unnecessary beating because good luck popping it back in while somes trying to fuck u up
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+11 # Ryu 2013-07-30 18:45
I like the compete opposite reactions between the white guy, totally calm trying to act tough, and the black guy, scream and run away.

Judging by my experience with haunted houses they really represented their races accurately.
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-4 # dongbar 2013-07-31 14:23
Not racist at all. Good thing it wasn't an Asian fighter in the matchup, cuz he probably would have wrecked his car on the way to the arena, amirite?
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+7 # NeonJefe 2013-07-30 18:57
Jett Fuckn Jones!! I watch him get his elbow dislocated and he was still fighting... once ref saw it he called the fight and JJ was pissed ... he's a tough SOB
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+5 # jt33 2013-07-30 19:17
hespect..i wont even front i would have been screaming.
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+2 # Puck 2013-07-30 22:19
I would argue the human body is more akin to K'Nex then Legos.
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-2 # SnakeJake 2013-07-30 23:43
On a VFC 40 related note...

Does anyone have footage of the Houston Alexander vs Chuck Grigsby fight?
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+4 # PeteDaMeat 2013-07-31 00:51
Its the refs job to protect the fighters. No doubt he thought he could keep fighting but the damage he could have taken isn't worth the risk.

But damn anatomy...YOU SCARY!
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-2 # strangblood 2013-07-31 01:45
Anyone got a link? The vid isn't loading up on my page...
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+1 # AuntieRazor 2013-07-31 05:24
It would have been much more badass if he dislocated his douche-hawk.
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