An MMA fighter got disqualified from a novelty match in a miniature cage because he kept biting his opponent
- Move over Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield, there's a new bite fight in town.
- An MMA fighter wouldn't stop biting his opponent at a combat sports event in Poland.
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An MMA fighter got disqualified from a novelty match in a miniature cage because he wouldn't stop biting his opponent.
The flagrant fouling took place at the Fame MMA 12 event inside Gdansk's Ergo Arena in Poland, during an 11-bout card on Saturday, November 20.
Fame MMA 12 featured multiple mixed martial arts contests and two boxing matches, but the final fight of the evening was a strange one.
Arkadiusz Tancula and Jacek Muranski engaged in a light heavyweight scrap inside a square, 9x9-foot cage — considerably smaller than the usual 30-foot diameter Octagon found at UFC shows.
Tancula and Muranski's five-round fight was called off in the fourth, though, because of multiple fouls including biting and cage grabbing from Muranski.
Tancula won the fight via disqualification.
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—Matysek (@Matysek88) November 22, 2021
If this looks weird to you, it's probably because it is. None of this is supposed to happen at a legitimate fight event.
However, Poland has a history of hosting warped iterations of combat sports shows.
The country has a top tier MMA promotion called KSW.
It is a fight firm that has produced developed the likes of Jan Blachowicz, who went on to become a UFC light heavyweight champion, Alexander Gustafsson, who challenged for a UFC title, and strongman Mariusz Pudzianowski.
Outside of that, unusual and sometimes downright odd shows are the norm, with promoters hosting a number of controversial events in recent times.
For instance, bodies were strewn across the canvas when all hell broke loose in a three vs. three women's MMA fight earlier this year.
Last month, the IMMAF, a governing body for the sport, slammed a Polish promoter for hosting a male vs. female fight, which it described as "intentionally scandalous," in a statement sent to Insider at the time.
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