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A Lesson in Street MMA: When Facebook flirting goes wrong, use every MMA technique you’ve seen on TV

Poking someone on Facebook means that you’re in immediate need of intimacy and the person you’re poking is your first choice. Alternatively, it could mean that you haven’t spoken to someone in a long time, and you just want to remind him/her that you’re thinking about them. Growing up, phone calls accomplished the same thing that ‘pokes’ did, however, they were less open to interpretation. Oh, the kids these days and their technology… In the 1990’s, this fight might never have taken place, but it’s 2012, and when flirtatious messages get lost in translation, street MMA combatants are armed with countless hours of MMA footage to attack one another with techniques they’ve seen on television. In today’s edition of ‘A lesson in street MMA’ we take you somewhere (presumably down South) where the weather insists on sleeveless t-shirts, superman punches, knees to a downed opponent, and post-fight car stomping celebration.

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