We think we’ve found the world’s first accidental transitional suplex to KO move performed in MMA history. That would have been the title of the article, if extended titles in MMA articles were a new trend. It’s not, however. Society has us trained that brevity is better than length — especially with the English language. We’ve gone from full blog updates to 140 character limits on Twitter. ‘What’s going on?,’ has been shortened to ‘What’s up?,’ then ‘Whaddup?,’ ‘Sup?’ and now just ‘?’ I mean people can’t even spell the world ‘Tumbler’ because they’re too cool for some vowels.
When we get old, we’ll speak of the days in which the English language was an actual language instead of a mish-mosh of emoticons and words missing vowels. Hopefully when that day comes, I’ll be aboard whatever space craft Elon Musk has to get the hell off this planet.
Ah, we’re talking about suplex KOs and not the linguistic diaspora we’ve seen over the past decade. Well then, watch this MMA fighter pull off a suplex transition only to KO his opponent by accident. Props to @KnockoutFootage for the find.