The MMA fighter hit his own foot after hitting the opponent with a head kick


Head Kick Knockout is one of the most amazing moves mixed martial artists can pull off.

But when you snap your own leg in the process, it takes a bit of shine.

Also, that’s exactly what happened in the case of amateur fighter Dylan Kiskila.

Making his MMA debut against Kai Duke, Featherweight has burst onto the scene, producing a truly impressive knockout.

With about 30 seconds to go, Kiskila unleashed a fierce kick that clipped his opponent to the head and sent him hitting the canvas.

At first, the sound of the kick seemed to have caused some serious damage to the Duke – he was face down on the deck.

But it turns out that this is actually the second best C ever.

As he went to follow some bad ground and stride, Kiskila’s foot buckled under his weight completely, sitting in the cage and watching as he bent the wrong way.

During the actual contact with the Duke’s forehead, everyone realized that he had broken it.

Kiskila was named the winner by TKO as she received medical care.

The campaign, Captains Fight Club, has not confirmed that the promising talent suffered a fracture in both his fibula and tibia.

I wish Kiskila a speedy recovery.

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