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A guy at Jungle Fight 56 used his chin to block his chin, and it didn't end well

A guy at Jungle Fight 56 used his chin to block his chin, and it didn't end well

Sorry average anatomical humanoid being, not everyone is born with an inherent force-field built into their chin. We all don't hail from the same planet as Nick Diaz, Dan Henderson and Rampage Jackson. If genetic code operated on the same mechanics as a role-playing game, their DNA dumped all of its skill points into the construction of their chin. It's impossible to max out that level anymore. They've hit the apex, now they can spend the rest of their life using their chin as earth's primary defense against asteroids.

Warlley Alves tested Mike "The Problem" Jackson's chin last night at Jungle 56 and discovered that Mike's chin really does have a problem when six unanswered strikes are landed on it. Thanks to Ian Parr for the find.

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