Watch: Slap Fighter’s Face Left Deformed After Savage Strike, Wins The Title Anyway

Slap fighter Sorin Comsa was left disfigured after absorbing an especially brutal blow from his opponent.

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A video clip from an international slap fighting tournament has gone viral after one of the contestants was left horribly disfigured.

Competing in the RXF Slap Fighting championships in Romania, Sorin Comsa was left with a bloody and swollen face after receiving an especially brutal blow from his competitor, Alexandru Gorczyca. The two men were going head-to-head in the tournament final when Gorczyca delivered the devastating open-hand strike that literally rearranged his opponent’s face.

One man who was a fan of Gorczyca’s slap fighting skills was popular UFC superstar Conor McGregor. The Irishman took to Twitter to share his delight over the savage strike. 

“Absolutely gorgeous technique, congrats to the new heavyweight champion,” McGregor tweeted.

Dana White’s Power Slap League Set To Debut Soon

The viral clip took the internet by storm just days before UFC president Dana White see the launch of his latest pet project, Power Slap. Debut on TBS this Wednesday night Jan. 18th, Power Slap is the UFC’s attempt to cash in on the trend of individuals violently slapping the sh*t out of each other for a stack of cash.  

Dana White has come under fire recently after he was caught on video slapping his wife multiple times during an altercation at a Cabo San Lucas nightclub on New Year’s Eve. White publicly apologized for the domestic disturbance and confirmed during a UFC media event that he would essentially receive no punishment from the promotion’s parent company Endeavor or the UFC’s broadcast partner ESPN. Both parties have refused to comment on the situation thus far.

Published on January 17, 2023 at 5:17 pm
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