Like a Boss: Reliving Eight of the Greatest Walk-Off Submissions in MMA History
This article is really long so I'm going to include an exerpt then a direct link.
Josh Burkmanís incredible and somewhat controversial (MAZZAGATTI!!) walk-off submission of the nearly-unsubmittable Jon Fitch at WSOF 3 (video here) may be old news by this point, but itís been keeping us up nights here at CagePotato ever since. Not because of how shocking or unpredictable it was, but because we couldnít honestly recall the last time we saw a fighter act as judge, jury, executioner and medieval corpse disposer during his own fight.
The walk-off knockout, while equally entertaining and respectable, is a lot easier to come by based on its definition alone. The walk-off submission, however, is an entirely different beast, so letís take a look back at eight classic examples of this phenomenon (in no particular order) to honor those who were actually able to pull it off. Enjoy. http://www.cagepotato.com/like-a-bos...n-mma-history/
Marcus Aurelius: Tell me again, Maximus, why are we here?
Maximus: For the glory of the Empire, sire.
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