MMA Fighter Sings His Entrance Song, Gets Knocked Out Inside 20 Seconds
Heo Jae-Hyuk made the bold decision to sing his own entrance music on his way to the cage for his heavyweight clash at the Road FC 50 event but sadly the fight itself did not go as planned for him.
Fighters typically have their own walk-on music and it helps them properly get in the zone for when they go into war inside the ring/octagon.
But the South Korean went a step up by belting out "Believer" by Imagine Dragons as he walked down the ramp. It was an interesting performance to say the least and somehow his singing ability appears to better than his MMA skills.
That's because the 320 pounder, in only his second fight, got decked by Shim Gun-Oh opponents from the off and got KO'd just 20 seconds into the fight.
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He might have believed he was going to add a second professional victory to his record but the 33-year got his arse handed to him in swift and painful fashion.
Another one of the weirdest moments in MMA history occurred when Jonathan Ivey, who was 32-57 at the time, decided to fake a heart attack in order to dupe his opponent, who dropped his guard for a brief moment and then found himself on the receiving end of an onslaught of punches in next to no time.
Incredibly, Ivey idolised Fulton and couldn't find it within himself to mercilessly beat his hero, who he has a tattoo of on his leg. Hence the quite remarkable retirement in the fight.
MMA really is bonkers at times...
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