UFC boxer suffers diarrhea eruption during bout but wins hearts for her reaction to the embarrassment

There are a few known ways to win a fight or get out of a tough position in a bout. But UFC fighter Justine Kish took everything to an altogether different level at the UFC fight Oklahoma.

FP Sports June 27, 2017 16:38:47 IST
UFC boxer suffers diarrhea eruption during bout but wins hearts for her reaction to the embarrassment

There are a few known ways to win a fight or get out of a tough position in a bout. But UFC fighter Justine Kish took everything to an altogether different level at the UFC fight Oklahoma.

When Felice Herrig had her opponent Kish in a rear-naked choke in the middle of the round, it felt like it was all over for the latter. Well, at least it seemed so before Kish lost control of her bowels and defecated in the octagon.

Not kidding, this happened and is legit.

Eventually Kish lost to Herrig, but for obvious reaons unfortunately that is not what the fight would be remembered for.

The incident was gross but people have lauded Kish for her response to it.

Most fighters might have been embarrassed after what happened but Kish took it in her stride and the UFC fans appreciated that.

Instead of pulling out of the bout, Kish completed the bout and despite ending on the losing side, and more so ending up in an embarrassing situation, Kish won hearts

Watch the fight here:

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