An MMA fighter Drew Chatman celebrated his first ever victory, but his offensive act cost him back.
LFA 36 (Legacy Fighting Alliance) aired on AXS TV from Morongo Casino Resort in Cabazon, Calif on March 23.
Following the main event of LFA 36, there was most bizarre scene occurred during the “postlims” that you’re ever likely to see inside the Octagon, Drew Chatman won his first bout after heavyweight opponent Irvins Ayala knocked himself out by attempting to throwing a hammer fist when his chin slammed into Drew’s knee.
This is not how you celebrate your lucky win, isn’t it?
For some bizarre reason, Drew Chatman celebrated his dubious win by standing on the spine of KO’d opponent and did a front flip onto his back as he lay on the canvas.
That shameful act landed Chatman with a disqualification and handed the win instead to Ayala.
Check out the highlights below and see your self a flip off!!
— David Clark Ⓥ (@wearesuperman) March 24, 2018
As per LFA tweet, Ayala was handed the win instead and Chatman gets disqualified due to his disrespectful act!!
Irvins Ayala KO'd himself throwing a hammerfist on the ground, when his chin slammed into Chatman's knee, who was on his back in guard.
Chatman is then DQ'd at 2:39 of Round 1 for jumping on the back of an unconscious Ayala.
— LFA (@LFAfighting) March 24, 2018