WATCH: Rousimar Palhares knocked out cold second fight in row
He was once considered one of the most dangerous men in mixed martial arts, but also one of the dirtiest players in the game. After being released by both the UFC and the World Series of Fighting for less than professional behavior after refusing to release submission holds over opponents after the contests have ended, Rousimar Palhares sought competition outside of the United States.
First, in May, Palhares traveled to Italy to be part of Venator FC 3. He was brutally knocked out by relatively unknown, Emil Weber Meek.
Today, Palhares returned. This time in Poland where he was knocked out by Michal Materla in Poland at KSW 36.
Michał Materla KO’s Rousimar Palhares at KSW 36. Uppercut from hell. Damn damn damn. pic.twitter.com/Y69FeSde2Z
— caposa (@GrabakaHitman) October 1, 2016
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