WATCH: Fighter Helps Opponent Pop His Dislocated Shoulder Back In Place
There's two types of fight, at least in the build up, there's Dereck Chisora style table throwing or there's Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko style respect. But when you get in the ring it's all about battering the living daylights out of each other, apart from when you help your opposition with an injury.
British boxing is in the middle of seeing some of the most extreme examples of the two opposite styles of building up a fight. Rarely has there been as much hate as the build up to Chisora vs Dillian Whyte at the end of last year or leading up to March's David Haye vs Tony Bellew bout.
Equally you don't normally get as much respect as Joshua and Klitschko are showing each other ahead of their Wembley showdown in May. When they get in the ring it's likely to change though, otherwise it'll be a very boring fight.
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You'd have thought that normally a fighter, boxer or MMA, seeing an injured opponent would go for the kill.
When Polish MMA fighter Arkadiusz Wroblewski dislocated his left shoulder throwing a huge right hand at Georgian Paata Tschapelia he probably thought his fight was over.
However rather than wave it off or see Tschapelia take advantage the Georgian instead casually walked over to his opponent and helped pop his shoulder back into place so their fight could continue.
Wroblewski carried on, no doubt in quite some pain, but the fight was still stopped in the first round with the 31 year old Tschapelia taking his MMA record to 2-1, after losing his first ever fight.
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